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AUGUST 21, 1927

AUGUST 21, 1927

August 21, 1927 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
CRICKET BOWLED OUT BY HEAVY RAIN Bad Luck for Sandham in His Benefit match WICKETS UNDER. WATER - Of the

CRICKET BOWLED OUT BY HEAVY RAIN Bad Luck for Sandham in His Benefit match WICKETS UNDER. WATER - Of the

many sports affected by rain, cricket is the principal sufferer, and yesterday's continual downpour was so severe that no play was possible in six of the county matches which should have commenced. Although wickets were protected in some cases, the outfield was under water rende
August 21, 1927 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
DEARTH OF GREYHOUNDS

DEARTH OF GREYHOUNDS

£2,000 for Three Dogs Shipped to the United States " First-class greyhounds. which cost £3O three months ago, are now being sold for anything between £3OO and £5OO as a result of the extraordinary popularity of greyhound racing in this country." This statement was made by the ra
August 21, 1927 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
WHITE CITY RESULTS LAST NIGHT

WHITE CITY RESULTS LAST NIGHT

B.o.—Sunbeam Stakes.—Midnight Comet (4-1), Golden System (10-1), 2; Celtic Chieftain (6-4), 3. Six lengths; same. Time, 18.235. B.2o.—Napier Hurdle.—Joristown (e'Vens), 1; Fruroor (6-1), 2; Mistley (6-1), 3. Twenty lengths; distance. Time, 34.375. - B.:46.—King of Spain's Challe
August 21, 1927 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
FORETASTE OF THOSE FOOTBALL THRILLS TO COME-AND (OF COURSE) IN THE RAIN TOO

FORETASTE OF THOSE FOOTBALL THRILLS TO COME-AND (OF COURSE) IN THE RAIN TOO

August 21, 1927 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
PASSENGERS

PASSENGERS

Thrilling stories of their night collision ordeal were told by peawagers of the mail boat St. Patrick, those London - bound reaching Paddingtoa yesterday after some delay. m ust gathering my belongings preparatory to landing at Fishguard when then was a territtng bump, whigh sea
August 21, 1927 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
SECRETARY.

SECRETARY.

In the early days the unhappy wretch twice attempted suicide, and was for a short time in Broadmoor, but was soon sent hack " thoroughly cured "—with an excellent report upon his conduct. And now, day by day, he is being mentally murdered—and unless he is soon set free a lunatic
August 21, 1927 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
GRIM TRAGEDY OF THE "LIFER." Dying by Every TORTURE! *LATE NEWS.

GRIM TRAGEDY OF THE "LIFER." Dying by Every TORTURE! *LATE NEWS.

SACCO'S LAST HOPE CONE. (Mass.), Saturday. Judge Holmes, of the United States Supreuie Court. has refused to grant a stay of execution in the sae , en-Vatizetti ease. thus destroying their last hope --Central News.
August 21, 1927 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
189 83 99 Z

189 83 99 Z

August 21, 1927 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
RATES HARDSHIPS.

RATES HARDSHIPS.

LORD CHANCELLOR'S INQUIRY ON SEIZURE OF GOODS. The Lord Chancellor's Committee on fhty Courts is inquiring into the thethodt of executing County Court ju,igments. Application bee been made to the Commisioner of Metropolitan Police f7r information on police practice in ht matter.
August 21, 1927 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England