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W. J. HARRIS 'Ltd ' , Baby Carriages direct from the Maker. The "ECONOMIC" Large body 32 by 15 inches

W. J. HARRIS 'Ltd ' , Baby Carriages direct from the Maker. The "ECONOMIC" Large body 32 by 15 inches

inside, 4 Cee Strap Springs, Wired-on Rubber Tyres. £5 10s. Complete with Over-end Apron. Packed Free and Carriage Paid, All ktncls on Easy Tet Send for New Catalogue C, Post Free. 51, RYE LANE, LONDON, 5.E.15 CHISWICK-182, HIGH ROAD. West-End Branch-323 & 325.Edgware Rd., W. Ne
December 31, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FILM STAR AT HOME THE RESTORATION OF RHEIMS.

FILM STAR AT HOME THE RESTORATION OF RHEIMS.

The rebuilding of Rheiins;Cathedral, which was shattered being taken in hand by the'rretich. The above_ phOtograp chapel from the remainder kthe Gerinans shAws the wall 3 hedroli tinAA war, is now kwhie vides the new 4 1 : ~ < <k. •
December 31, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
I THE DAILY MIRROR, Wednesday, December 31, 1919. - ENGAGEMENT OF COIL. JANSON AND MISS GLUBB ly e CERTIFIED CIRCULATION

I THE DAILY MIRROR, Wednesday, December 31, 1919. - ENGAGEMENT OF COIL. JANSON AND MISS GLUBB ly e CERTIFIED CIRCULATION

LARGER THAN THAT OF ANY OTHER DAILY PICTURE PAPER No. 5,046. Registered at the G.P.O. as Newspaper. APOSTLE WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1919 [1 6 PAGES.] One Penny. OF THRIFT GALLANT LITTLE LADY' ROMANCE 4 - .. - • • • • .. • • • 4 Miss Edith Strauss of New York City is now in Wasli
December 31, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THANKED BY FOCH.

THANKED BY FOCH.

The en g agement of Colonel Janson and Miss Glubb is . ar„eal romance. Miss Glubb has a fine record of war work. She was at the War Office May, 1915, and later she went to Russia to drive a motor-ambulance. When she returned home she joined the Women's Legion, and taught motor d
December 31, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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December 31, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
i . E R MIIER''. Si, .191,9 Page 9 I .NEW' I HOUSES BY THE BUCKETFUL WEIGHING EARTH. nom'„ •

i . E R MIIER''. Si, .191,9 Page 9 I .NEW' I HOUSES BY THE BUCKETFUL WEIGHING EARTH. nom'„ •

• • kJC , • • • •.: ' JK • • :.: ~. ,e Hall, the -.ous . . Olt opera St .... Yonkers, Ne k. [fie :of kneu • ,mi . • • : The Americans have their own way of solving the housing . problem. This is a concrete house which is . built in bucketfuls'. An excavation is first made, the f
December 31, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TILE " HLTSII" GIRLS.

TILE " HLTSII" GIRLS.

TILE " GIRLS. G.P.O. Plan to Deal with Telegraph Messengers— Ex-Service Men's Claims. Most of the telegraph messenger girls cannot be replaced by boys for some time to come. An official explanation was given yesterday by a Post Office telegraph chief to The Daily Mirror of the re
December 31, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL DISPUTE.

THEATRICAL DISPUTE.

It is also officially announced that Sir li9bert Horne, Minister of Labour, who is at present on holiday in the country, will return to London this morning and give his immediate attention to the moulders' strike. Transport Workers.—Delegates from , thirtyfive unions affiliated
December 31, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

NEW YEAR RESOLUT DON'T MAKE THEM IF YOU CANNOT KEEP THEM By LIONEL WHYTE. GOOD resolutions are said - to pave the way to the devil. That, of . course, is faulty logic. If a man goes to the devil he may claim that his good resolves failed to hold him back, but he cannot claim tha
December 31, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR RWITT PARPWV ALIALILILJ. J. J L-11-lilLa

THE DAILY MIRROR RWITT PARPWV ALIALILILJ. J. J L-11-lilLa

THE DAILY MIRROR RWITT PARPWV J. J CARRYING FORWARD ALL WE HAVE GAINED. By ALFRED BARNARD. GOING out of the old year is like going out of an old house. Or like shedding a coat. Somehow we are glad to be rid of it. Yet, on the other hand, we don't like to throw it away altogether.
December 31, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England