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HYME OF THE DAY

HYME OF THE DAY

Such a shabby, unwashen old crock ! " But I said: " Get behind me, you jade ! Your selfish suggestion I scorn ! I won't wash the car in this drought ! " and I played " Rule, Britannia " three times on the horn ! And later I took her to task For wishing to waste H2O, For I said:
June 7, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
OUR

OUR

Best Time of Year for Colour and Song By H. E. L. MELLERSH HAVE you ever thought how different the birds are from us ? Their plumage, for instance. Go rapidly round the outside and then the inside of the bird house at the London Zoo—and you will get a sort of confused impression
June 7, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
D 81376

D 81376

which I commend to dance enthusiasts. The pairing, by the way, is the much-recorded " Little Dutch Mill " (H.M.V. 86482). Another good dance record of the best tune yet written by Britain's best composer of this type of music is made by Ambrose on Brunswick 01769. I think " The
June 7, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Thursday, June 7, 1934

Thursday, June 7, 1934

June 7, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MAKE A DATE WITH BEAUTY

MAKE A DATE WITH BEAUTY

the deli, You are dissatisfied with your hair ? Then, next shampoo night make a date with beauty ! Those neglected lank, lack-lustre tresses can be transformed. Just give them a Stallax sham- poo. One teaspoonful only of the little golden granules of Stallax dissolved in a cup o
June 7, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

June 7, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TOBACCOS

TOBACCOS

Bats s 34xd Carreras "A" 7 7-16)(0 Ditto "B" .... 19 i-xd Imps OILS Anglo-Persian 47:8 Apex Burmah Oil Dutch Eagles Mex. .... 8/7 1 2 Ditto Can. Phoenix (Is. sh.) 6'4 1 2 Shells Trin. Leases .... 48 1 9 V.O.C. .... 36 / 1012xd RUBBER Alid. Sumatra .. 16!3 Anglo-Dutch .. 25 / 3 A
June 7, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Y MIRROR tent )upe ,eur Le Thursday, June 7, 1934 ‘imir p "I'M a beautiful moo-cow" she cried, "Whom the

Y MIRROR tent )upe ,eur Le Thursday, June 7, 1934 ‘imir p "I'M a beautiful moo-cow" she cried, "Whom the

POST TOAST!ES people provide. "On each packet are toys "Fcr girls and for boys "And there's cornflakes inside ! Lovely crisp Post Toasties—light, tempting and delicious with sugar and cream. And now, Post Toasties packets have cardboard toys printed on them all ready for your ki
June 7, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WANTED TO PURCHASE

WANTED TO PURCHASE

BANKNOTE or cheque to-say for old gold. jewellery diamonds. sovereigns, silver, plate, etc.: £1 to £lO,OOO —HARRIS ANT) CO., 37. Piccadilly, London. Regent 5523 SWEETS "DUKE'S JELLIED ALMONDS; the nicest Sweet on earth: absolutely delicious; nourishing and slimming: satisfy thir
June 7, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MOORTOWN

MOORTOWN

IN AND OUT •Padgham Leads Qualifiers . with 141—Jolly's Chapter of Woe SHOCK FOR LACEY The distinction of leading the qualifiers in the " Yorkshire Evening News " £750 Professional golf tournament, at Moortown, Leeds, yesterday, went to Alfred Padgham (Sundridge Park), with a to
June 7, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England