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ROMANTIC MARRIAGE

ROMANTIC MARRIAGE

" She never discussed her title with me." Last night the Duchess of Leinster was in the observation ward of Lambeth Hospital, and was stated to be dangerously ill. All visitors were refused admission, and even the Duchess's mother was not able to see her The marriage of the Duke
April 2, 1930 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DRUGGED BOY MYSTERY

DRUGGED BOY MYSTERY

Story of Kidnapping by Men in Car— Found Dazed in Street A story of being drugged by two men was told yesterday by a ten-year-old boy, Jack Gorringe, of Gordon-road, Hastings, who was found wandering in a dazed state in the street after he had been missing. from home for eight h
April 2, 1930 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ACCEPTING BRIBES

ACCEPTING BRIBES

Truth Only Told Under Threat of Prosecution Scathing comments on the condition of the Brightside Division of the Sheffield Police Force were made yesterday by Mr. Justice Humphreys. His Lordship had. before him at Leeds Assizes George Henry Parkin, a Sheffield bookmaker, who was
April 2, 1930 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BILLIARDS. SENSATION

BILLIARDS. SENSATION

Willie Smith Issues Summonses Against Opponent McConachy—Alleged Assault Willie Smith, the professional billiards player, was at Manchester City Police Court yesterday granted a summons for alleged assault and . another summons for alleged threats against Clark McConachy, the. N
April 2, 1930 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HOME NEWS IN BRIEF

HOME NEWS IN BRIEF

Slates Tb Be Marked.—All imported roofing slates must after June 28 bear an indication of origin. _ Free State Deficit.—lrish Free State exchequer returns show that expenditure exceeded revenue by £877,422. Lady E. Hart Dyke, who is ,eighty-three, played the side-drums at the ch
April 2, 1930 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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We4hesday, April 2, 1930

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April 2, 1930 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DISTRAUGHT WIDOW

DISTRAUGHT WIDOW

Coroner : You cannot associate her with:him in, any other way, any friendship?—No; His mother was an invalid, adddd witness, and was too distraught to attend the inquest. His father was in lodgings in York, and came home every week-end. Witnei did not know whether Miss Godfrey.
April 2, 1930 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
JOKED BEFORE DEATH

JOKED BEFORE DEATH

Valet Who Put on Silk Pyjamas Before Gassing Himself At the Westminster inquest yesterday on Thomas David Cunningham, forty-seven, a valet, of Pimlico, letters were read in which he joked about his approaching . death. A. brother stated that on- receiving a letter he went to his
April 2, 1930 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE MOTOR MANIAC

THE MOTOR MANIAC

to get away. In country districts the churchy bore is still to be found in the lanes and at the tea-tables. She takes it for granted that, like herself, you still live in the Ark Age with Mr. Noah and the dear animals. Churchy chat about the dear vicar, How many hours have been
April 2, 1930 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
D4ily Mirror

D4ily Mirror

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1930 OUR MUDDLED LIQUOR LAWS of the social life of old England seems to- come under the review of the Licensing Commission, now comprehensively considering the problem of drink. Our liquor laws have got into such a muddle that it may be necessary for the Comm
April 2, 1930 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England