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3 YEARS FOR EX-POLICE CHIEF Man Who Pretended He Was Unfit to Plead Sentence of three years' penal servitude was

3 YEARS FOR EX-POLICE CHIEF Man Who Pretended He Was Unfit to Plead Sentence of three years' penal servitude was

passed at Glamorgan Assizes yesterday on William Jones, fifty-three, an expolice superintendent and a former Deputy Chief Constable of Glamorgan. He pleaded guilty to thirty-six charges of fraudulent conversion, involving approximately £3,000. Mr. Temple Morris, M.P., who prosec
February 15, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
"PLAY TO ME GIPSY" VOGUE

"PLAY TO ME GIPSY" VOGUE

Tango Tune Which Is Now All the Rage By R. J. WHITLEY HAVE news of three songs which the experts are predicting will soon be all the rage. "Play to Me, Gipsy," is claimed by its sponsors to be a second " Valencia," and " Honeymoon Hotel," the big number from the new film, Footli
February 15, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THAT HOLIDAY PROBLEM

THAT HOLIDAY PROBLEM

Are you planning a holiday—either for the summer or Easter ? If you are having difficulty in choosing between so many of the attractive and inexpensive holidays available, post the coupon on page 11 for a supply of holiday programmes which will help you to make up your mind.
February 15, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Ibizday's

Ibizday's

THERE are persistent rumours in the lobby and smoke-rooms of the House of Commons of important Cabinet changes before the end of the present session in July. It is said that Sir John Simon will be moved from the Foreign Office to the Lord Chancellorship. This would involve the re
February 15, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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February 15, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
OF A FAST NATION NOGALES

OF A FAST NATION NOGALES

land has committed in the realm of finance seems to consist in her not having employed her surplus capital at home, as did Japan, but in having invested it in foreign enterprises which in many cases are now competing with the British industries. Owing to the fall of the pound an
February 15, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
RISKY TRAINING !

RISKY TRAINING !

rfHIS day I saw a photograph illustrating sea cadets training on Wimbledon Common. About twenty youths. carrying unsheathed bayonets fixed on rifles, were running across uneven ground in a bunch led by an officer. Instead of the rifles being carried across the body with the bayo
February 15, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SACRIFICED THEIR DINNER

SACRIFICED THEIR DINNER

At 12.30 the sets reached Hayes, and the packers there agreed to forgo their dinner nour to transfer the sets from wooden packing cases to cardboard boxes so as to reduce the w eight. By 1.30 the lorries were speeding to the aerodrome, and seventy-two of the sets were crammed in
February 15, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
YESTERDAY'S CLOSING PRICES ON THE LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE

YESTERDAY'S CLOSING PRICES ON THE LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE

BRITISH STOCKS War 312 p.c..... 101/8 Cony. 3 p.c... 98 3-16xd Ditto 3 1 2 P.C. .. 102 9-16 Ditto A 212 p.c. 93 1-16 Ditto 4 1 2 p.c. Ditto 5 p.c. Consols 4 p.c. 109 13-16 Ditto 212 p.c. Fund 4 p.c. Local 3 p.c. DOMINION. STOCKS Aust. 5 p.c. ...... 10938 Ditto 334 p.c. 10038 Can
February 15, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THIRTEEN GIRLS KILLED

THIRTEEN GIRLS KILLED

Crushed to Death When Roof Collapses Under Weight of Snow NIIGATA (Japan), Wednesday. Snow lying sft. deep on the roof of a dormitory in which nineteen silk factory girls were sleeping led to the roof collapsing on the sleepers this morning. Thirteen girls were crushed to death.
February 15, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England