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KNITTED FROG FOR BABY

KNITTED FROG FOR BABY

—Her Last A " This young woman starved hel to help provide food for her t children." A LONDON coroner (Mr. Bentley chase) said this yesterday of M Gwendoline Edith Hickley, aged th' three, of Bolton-road, St. John's W N.W. She was found by her husband, d with her head in the gas
February 6, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
164,989 INCREASE IN

164,989 INCREASE IN

February 6, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
POLICE HOUSED IN SHEDS

POLICE HOUSED IN SHEDS

New Home Being Built for V Division— Old Tree to Remain Putney Sub-Divisional Police Station was transferred yesterday To temporary sheds at the rear of the present building in Upper Richmond-road. The old building is being pulled down, and in its place will be constructed new h
February 6, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BY OUR CITI EDITOR

BY OUR CITI EDITOR

For the third time within a week, gold established a fresh high record in price yesterday by rising to exactly £7 per ounce. This price was is. 9d. per ounce, more than Saturday's and 6d. more than the previous high record of £6 19s. 6d. reached on Friday. The further upward mov
February 6, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LIED TO SHIELD FRIEND

LIED TO SHIELD FRIEND

Nominal Sentence on Man Who Said He Was Driving Car in Mishap Perjury to shield a friend was admitted at the Devon Assizes yesterday by James Mackenzie, aged thirty, an engineer. Mr. Justice Mackinnon passed a nominal sentence of four days' imprisonment, which meant the prisoner
February 6, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GAOL FOR SCHOOLMASTER

GAOL FOR SCHOOLMASTER

When the trial was resumed at Leicester Assizes yesterday of John Francis Malone, forty-nine, a schoolmaster, who was charged on seven counts of false pretences and one of fraudulent conversion, he pleaded guilty to one charge of false pretences and the charge of fraudulent conv
February 6, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Phillips' Dental Magnesia is instantaneous in its neutralizing effect. Even the remotest crevices, where flourish and decay goes on unhindered,

Phillips' Dental Magnesia is instantaneous in its neutralizing effect. Even the remotest crevices, where flourish and decay goes on unhindered,

are plititteci and sweetened by the antacid action of Phillips' Dental Magnesia. Use Phillips' Dental Magnesia to prevent tartar; to free your teeth of that adhesive veil which holds stains and harbours germs. Keep your teeth sound and white by the regular use of Phillips' Denta
February 6, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Tuesday, February 6, 1934

Tuesday, February 6, 1934

February 6, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LIFE IN HOTELS

LIFE IN HOTELS

YOUR contributor Mr. Horace Newte seems to imagine that it is a tragedy that there should be so many women of gentle birth living lonely lives in hotels. Most of them have their own private incomes. Friendships spring up with other women similarly placed and they set off on shop
February 6, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CONFESSED IN CINEMA

CONFESSED IN CINEMA

How a wife " broke down and confessed " was described in the Divorce Court yesterday, when Mr. Tom Prior, an actor, of Bloomsbury-street, W.C., was granted a decree nisi. He alleged that his wife, Ailsa Marjorie Prior, committed misconduct with Mr. Walter de Frece, an actor. Mr.
February 6, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England