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lATHING AT BRIGHTON.—The injunction to take the summer holiday early this y :s being acted upon by many people, and the coast resorts are crowded.

lATHING AT BRIGHTON.—The injunction to take the summer holiday early this y :s being acted upon by many people, and the coast resorts are crowded.

BRIGHTER CRICKET. - Big Crowds Show Their Appreciation of the "Speeding Up." A start has been made with the county cricket championship,. and a very good start, too. Somehow. I fancy we shall not have a repetition of the parrot cry of " brighter cricket." Mr. W. K. Haselden's ca
May 20, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
A PARISIAN COMPLEXION SECRET.

A PARISIAN COMPLEXION SECRET.

Contrary to the usual belief, the most beautiful French ladies rarely use rouge,' or creams or powders containing bismuth or caustic alkali ; claiming, and with very good reason, that such, preparations not only give a made-up appearance but ultimately yuin the complexion. When
May 20, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
0 The Kiddies Enjoy Cuticura Soap This pure. fravrant emollient is lust .suited to the tender skips of infants and

0 The Kiddies Enjoy Cuticura Soap This pure. fravrant emollient is lust .suited to the tender skips of infants and

children. Millions have known no ()the' since 'birth. The daily use of it, with touches of Ointment now and then to little skin and scalp troubles, tends to insure a healthy skin and good hair through life. Holey la.. Ointment Is. 3d. and 2e. ad. Sold throughout the Empire, For
May 20, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
October 14, 1919

October 14, 1919

October 14, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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ENE eEer4 SAVNG? TUT — : -. ) OF A GREAT SAvNC. TUT - wHY v4E RE MGHT A GOVERNMENT OFFCE te,..oere. NOTES THOUGHT THE WERE 0 n WASTE 4 . PAPER • , T E k ti R, N W TAE FRE.. HON AmuSNG.
October 17, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
By A. R. HILL.

By A. R. HILL.

THE war fell black as a funeral pall upon Cambridge University. The return of peace has brought a glorious resurrection. At the opening of the October term of 1914 Cambridge was face to face with ruin. The October term of 1919 promises unexampled pros- perity. The University was
October 14, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Autumn Leaves.

Autumn Leaves.

I saw an uncommon sight the other daywithered leaves in Fleet-street, where no trees are. The explanation is simple. The trees around St. Bride's Church, just off the of Ink, were shedding their leaves, and wind had blown them into the thoroughfige: Motor• Scooter Races— I hear
October 14, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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October 14, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FASHIONS AND FANCIES. BRUSHED wool is o the most popular rials for the nursery p Quite the newest fashion small

FASHIONS AND FANCIES. BRUSHED wool is o the most popular rials for the nursery p Quite the newest fashion small

girl is a fluffy br wool muff, in the colourings as her cosy and close-fitting hat NURSERY RHYME handkerchiefs are neve. behind by their owners. In soft mate: with bright-coloured bor( they are very attractive. * * EMERALD GREEN is one of the co favoured by very small just now.
October 17, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ORIENT BEATEN AGAIN.

ORIENT BEATEN AGAIN.

Clapton Orient suffered another League reverse yesterday, when B.ul City beat them at Hull by three goals to one. The Orient made three changes in their side, and one of the newcomers, Tonner, gave the Londoners the lead early in the game. All the scoring was done in the first h
October 14, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England