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PRINCESS ROYAL WATCHES MOORISH RIDERS' DISPLAY

PRINCESS ROYAL WATCHES MOORISH RIDERS' DISPLAY

to go to school, pernastic feat with his *nest (x). THE CAMBRIDGE CREW on their first outing at Putney yesterday: A. Kingsford (bow), C. Buckle (2), W. Laurie (3), K. Payne (4), D. Wilson (5), W. Sambell (6), J. Wilson (7), N. Bradley (stroke), J. Duckworth (cox). 11 .4 • at. I
March 6, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
\ BROWN'S BARLEY KERNELS 1 I MAKE LOVELY COMPLEXIONS UGH THRO LOVELY PUDDINGS Brown's Barley Kernels make such delicious creamy

\ BROWN'S BARLEY KERNELS 1 I MAKE LOVELY COMPLEXIONS UGH THRO LOVELY PUDDINGS Brown's Barley Kernels make such delicious creamy

Puddings, without eggs The valuable properties they contain enable you to avoid kidney trouble, lay the foundation of a lovely complexion, and greatly benefit your / general health. Babies also thrive splendidly on these Puddings. From the same packet you can make excellent Porr
March 6, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
9s iterburn Babg Rug

9s iterburn Babg Rug

iterburn Babg Rug [ ALL PURE, NEW WOOL Size 36' x 30", made in Grey, Cream, Sky, Saxe, Rose, Navy & Biscuit : all fast colours. Sold by Drapers, Pram Sellers, Stores, etc. LOOK FOR THIS TAB on the corner of every genuine •'Otterbum." Do not be put off by imitations of any kind. O
March 6, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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March 6, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
EXHIBITIONS

EXHIBITIONS

CRYSTAL PALACE—Home Lovers' Exhibition. Daily, 2 10 p.m. Opens to-morrow. 2 miles of Exhibits. Alfredo and his Gipsy Band. Adm. Is., Child 6d., inc. tax. MADAME TUSSAUD'S EXHIBITION, Baker-st Station— Daily and Suns, 10-10. LATEST MODEL: MAE WEST'.
March 6, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SEVENTH ROUND END

SEVENTH ROUND END

Larry Gains, starting on his " come-back " after losing the Empire heavy-weight championship to Len Harvey, gained an easy victory by a knock-out over Ernst Guhring, of Germany, in the seventh round at Leicester last night. Gains won as he pleased. Guhring, a few inches taller t
March 6, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WELLINGS

WELLINGS

could bring that same orderly mind to bear on the green. Even the best players are very haphazard putters. At one time most attention is paid to the necessary force to be applied, while at another the line is considered most carefully, though all too seldom is the question of mu
March 6, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

March 3, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
KILLED BY DUST

KILLED BY DUST

Woman Who Inhaled It from Asbestos Twenty-Six Years Ago Asbestos dust which she inhaled twenty-six years ago caused the death of Mrs. Maud Ellis, forty-five, of Nockley-street, Stepney, E. This was revealed at a Stepney inquest yesterday, when a verdict was recorded that Mrs. El
March 3, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England