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Hugh Sinclair and his wife were very sad to have to leave him behind in California for the time being,

Hugh Sinclair and his wife were very sad to have to leave him behind in California for the time being,

as quarantine regulations- made it hardly feasible to bring him back to England. Forcemeat with Fish L ENT is here. During this season fish will find a prominent place on many menus. It is, in many cases, rather insipid, specially the boiled and steamed variety. To give it a lit
February 14, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
By BOUVERIE

By BOUVERIE

THE engagement of Gordon Richards toi Generous Gift meant an inevitable cut in the price of the Lincoln favourite. The odds are now round about 100 to 8, and it will surprise me if they are not further shortened during the next day or two. Obviously Generous Gift is a very genui
February 14, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
VINES NOW HAPPY !

VINES NOW HAPPY !

Ellsworth Vines is well satisfied with his decision to give up amateur tennis. "My only regret is that I did not get into professional tennis sooner. But it is not as easy as I expected. In fact, it is mighty hard work," he said, according to a Reuter Milwaukee message. " What I
February 14, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CORBETT WANTS FIGHTS

CORBETT WANTS FIGHTS

Prepared to Meet Leitham or Jackie Brown—" Ready for Anyone " Dick Corbett (Bethnal Green), who regained his bantam-weight championship from Johnny King (Manchaster), is prepared to fight either Bobby Leitham, the Canadian title holder, or Jackie Brown (Manchester), the world's
February 14, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CUP SIDES

CUP SIDES

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February 14, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR, Wed., Feb. 14,1934. _ for your fried airoaa TO-DAY'S WEATHER le FURTHER OUTLOOK Fair, except perhaps in

THE DAILY MIRROR, Wed., Feb. 14,1934. _ for your fried airoaa TO-DAY'S WEATHER le FURTHER OUTLOOK Fair, except perhaps in

north-west. Fair, with south-east or east wind. A. - , London and the South.—Wind east or south-east; fine; perhaps local morning fog or mist; moderate tem- Sea Passages.—Wind easterly; some fog early; sea slight. My throat and chest are fit and r Yours can be, too! Don't N Go—S
February 14, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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February 14, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ETHEL MANNIN-

ETHEL MANNIN-

—has never written a better novel than " Men Are Unwise," which begins as a serial on page 18 to-day. Be sure not to miss the extra long opening instalment. Monday, February 12. 1934
February 12, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
COMPOSER'S PLIGHT

COMPOSER'S PLIGHT

Once the composer of some of the most tuneful melodies whistled and sung all over the country, including, T" I Do Like oße Beside the Seaside," Anrew Norrie Allen, it is revealed, has for the past ten years been unable to compose a line of music. " He had a breakdown ten years a
February 12, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ARMS TALK PESSIMISM

ARMS TALK PESSIMISM

PARIS, Sunday. France's note sent to London to-day for transmission to-morrow to Mr. Arthur Henderson, president of the Disarmament Conference, holds out little hope for the results of the Franc-German conversations, says the Petit Parisien. The newspaper forecasts that the Conf
February 12, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England