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This tweed suit is checked fancifully in a u tumn shades of brown and gold, and is a typical example

This tweed suit is checked fancifully in a u tumn shades of brown and gold, and is a typical example

of the three - quarter coat which will be so much in favour this season.
September 11, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DEFENDANT IN BOX.

DEFENDANT IN BOX.

Police-constable Barker said Kinahan was tarred and feathered all over except his eyes. Leaflets were strewn all over the roadway stating that " Sub-Lieutenant Kinahan had been tarred and feathered." The chain by Which . he was fastened to the tree was produced. This closed the
September 11, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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September 11, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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July 11, 1933 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CAR RUNS DOWN

CAR RUNS DOWN

FRUIT-PICKERS Dead, Injured in Rainstorm Tragedy
July 11, 1933 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Remem3er to insist on Courtaulds shop sells exquisite underwear bearing House Mark whenever you buy Courtaulds House Mark, but if

Remem3er to insist on Courtaulds shop sells exquisite underwear bearing House Mark whenever you buy Courtaulds House Mark, but if

you have any knickers, vests, princess slips, directoires, nightdresses or pyjamas. difficulty please write to C.P.D., Courtaulds Ltd., Foleshill Road, Coventry. 'Pn- r ft , / , • ~...... des 114 S A P in ,1-us After 17 laundering tests, much more severe ethxapnerotrfdoiunnardy
July 11, 1933 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
OPERA AND BALLET

OPERA AND BALLET

ALHAMBRA, Leicester-sq. EVENINGS, at 8.30. BALLETS BUSSES DE. MONTE CA RLO.___ Matinees, Weds and Thurs, 2.30. (Whitehall 2525.) SAVOY—(Tem. 8888.) Evgs, 8.45. Mats, Weds only, 2.45. Edward James presents THE BALLETS OF 1933, with TILLY LOSCH and TAMARA TOUMANOVA.
July 11, 1933 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
A NATIONA By ALFRED

A NATIONA By ALFRED

rALL hope of immediate relief from the entertainment tax burden was summarily dispelled recently by the Chancellor of the Exchequer, who said in the Committee stage of the Finance Bill that the proposals in the various amendments, if adopted, would cost the country over £2,000,0
July 11, 1933 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MARRIED BLISS

MARRIED BLISS

AATHAT a comment it is on the average marriage that happy couples of advanced age should write to you announcing that they've never had a row ! It reminds me of a man whom I overheard saying : " I've not had to beat my old woman all this week ! " AMUSED. WHY WEAR TROUSERS ? WHY
July 11, 1933 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England