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SAVE DARTMOOR !

SAVE DARTMOOR !

L ET us say a word in hope of aiding those who are trying to save the beautiful spaces of Dartmoor from industrialisation and defacement. Here is one of the few wild tracts still accessible to our hideously-crowded civilisation. Here, every year, thousands of tired people get re
December 31, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAD'V MIRROR LADIES' BOUDOIR,

THE DAD'V MIRROR LADIES' BOUDOIR,

CO LOOll. WHAT IS BEING WORN. SAPPHIRE satin in softly draped folds which billowed into hip panniers was the material of an effective dance gown. Gold lace adorned the corsage and a long gold sash wound twice round the waist and .hung almost to the hem of the skirt, finishing in
December 31, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
INDIAN RED

INDIAN RED

velour cloth was the charming material chosen by a dainty woman for her winter wrap coat. A deep collar of skunk, with cuffs and pannier edgings to match, made it distinctly attractive.
December 31, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Dee. 31,191 WILY SWIM nN'T WIN HAVE WINTER SALES ? BARGAIN COLLARS THAT WOULD BE WELCOMED, By CLIFFORD HOSKEN. the

Dee. 31,191 WILY SWIM nN'T WIN HAVE WINTER SALES ? BARGAIN COLLARS THAT WOULD BE WELCOMED, By CLIFFORD HOSKEN. the

author complains that men are neglected In the matter of sales, but admits that most men are suspicious of a bargain. IREALLY think we men have a 'good cause for complaint over this affair of winter sales. Why -shouldn't we have winter sales run for us just as our womenfolk have
December 31, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Dec. 31, 1919

Dec. 31, 1919

December 31, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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DRAMATIC INQUEST TALE OF SHOT CAPTAIN'S CAREER.

DRAMATIC INQUEST TALE OF SHOT CAPTAIN'S CAREER.

Wanted to Marry Girl of 21 but She Does Not Love Me." " I Love Her, Capt. Coombs, the subject of the inquest yesterday. Clara Sutherland, whc gave evidence at in quest. . .
December 31, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Dec. 31, 1919 Daily Mirror WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1919. UP AND DOWN. OAL is likely to go up again. It

Dec. 31, 1919 Daily Mirror WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1919. UP AND DOWN. OAL is likely to go up again. It

was up, pretty high—for no sufficient reason. Then it went down, for no good - cause. Now the railway freights will send it up once more. With sugar, tobacco, clothes, wine and a few other things this wobbling process has been afflicting the calculating housewife. She is being t
December 31, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
The above advertisements are charged at the rate of Eightpence Per Word (minimum eight words) Trade Advertisements in Personal Column,

The above advertisements are charged at the rate of Eightpence Per Word (minimum eight words) Trade Advertisements in Personal Column,

One Shilling Per Word. Name and address of sender must also be sent Address, Advertisement Manager. " Daily Mirror." 23-29 Bouverie-st, London, E.C. 4.
December 31, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
1 Page 10 THE DAILY MIRROR ,Dec. 31, 191 g . d le • •• • COAT OFFERS , ROBE

1 Page 10 THE DAILY MIRROR ,Dec. 31, 191 g . d le • •• • COAT OFFERS , ROBE

OFFERS. 'WS 411. 7 Charming Frock in r every quality All Silk . Crepe de • Chine,l2/11 yd. Bodice lined silk, _ Coat Value at and finished at neck Ponting is toriousty the best . anywhere. , •:- and sleeves with tiny accordian pleats in Ivory Silk Georgette. Well cut Skirt, fin-
December 31, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
" PRINCESS IDA."

" PRINCESS IDA."

" Princess Ida "—perhaps not one of the bestknown of the Gilbert and Sullivan operas—had an enthusiastic reception on its revival at the Priitce's Theatre last night. As the morose Gama, Mr. Henry A. Lytton scored another big success. He was adequately supported by the remainder
December 31, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England