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February 28, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
and the York-Bridlington and Whitby-Pickering roads had 3ft. drifts. Owing to the blizzard, which has raged in East Yorkshire for

and the York-Bridlington and Whitby-Pickering roads had 3ft. drifts. Owing to the blizzard, which has raged in East Yorkshire for

thirty-six hours, the mails were delivered two hours late at Bridlington. A " ball of tire " fell into the sea during the wildest night experienced for many months. High winds, at times reaching hurricane strength, were experienced at Scarborough. Vessels were torn from their mo
February 28, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
OF ARCTIC SPELL

OF ARCTIC SPELL

SNOWDRIFTS SEVEN FEET DEEP Roads Blocked and Villages Cut Off . II I I The King of Denmark enjoying one of his favourite pastimes, cycling, in Nice, where he is spending a holiday.
February 28, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ROAD DEATH SECRECY

ROAD DEATH SECRECY

The identity of the man who was found dying at the wheel of a saloon car which had crashed through a hedge at the side of the Banbury road at Kidlington, near Oxford, on Monday night, was disclosed yesterday as Mr. Albert Edward Wilkinson, of Crescent-way, London, S.W. On inquir
February 28, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
KEEP YOUR DOG WELL witifßLEVls TONIC & CONDITION POWDERS

KEEP YOUR DOG WELL witifßLEVls TONIC & CONDITION POWDERS

KEEP YOUR DOG WELL TONIC & CONDITION POWDERS They will renew his appetite if he is " off his food." They will increase his vitality if he is listless and out-of-sorts. They will purify his blood if he is always scratching. They will improve his coat if he is shedding hairs all ov
February 28, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE RAMBLER.

THE RAMBLER.

FOUR of our twenty English ducal families are represented in this season's debutante list. Lady Elizabeth Percy had not, I think, been seen in London until last week. Everything is new to her and she looks as if she were enjoying every moment of her life. She is the young Duke o
February 28, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ALLEGED GIFTS

ALLEGED GIFTS

She claimed damages for the alleged enticement of her husband, and for alleged trespass to a house which Mrs.. Elliott said her husband had given to her and which had been purchased out of money provided by the defend- ant. The Master refused leave to amend the state- ment of cl
February 28, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
.GIVE YOUR DO A GODDARD'S DOG BED I.` CLEAN, COMFY _ 11111111 Y. AND HEALTHY 11, Hygienic Easy to clean,

.GIVE YOUR DO A GODDARD'S DOG BED I.` CLEAN, COMFY _ 11111111 Y. AND HEALTHY 11, Hygienic Easy to clean,

.GIVE YOUR DO A GODDARD'S DOG BED CLEAN, CO MFY Y . AND HE A L T HY 11, Hygienic Easy to clean,
February 28, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
IT COSTS YOU NO MORE TO SMOKE LUXURY CIGARETTES STATE EXPRESS 333 I T N H E S P A

IT COSTS YOU NO MORE TO SMOKE LUXURY CIGARETTES STATE EXPRESS 333 I T N H E S P A

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February 28, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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February 28, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England