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SLIP 3 23 Broadcasts VIE DAILY MIRROR, Tuesday, rebrua, • NEX EP THE DAILY PICTURE NEWSPAPER WITH THE LARGEST NET

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February 20, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BODY IN WOOD

BODY IN WOOD

In spite of a coroner's verdict that her cousin, Dr. Michael Bryer, the missing house surgeon of Whiprc Cross Hospital, Leyton, is dead, Miss Lilian Bryer, of Whitechapel-road, E., believes that he is still alive, and is resolved to continue her eight-month-old search for him. A
February 20, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PEER'S AUNT KILLED

PEER'S AUNT KILLED

CAIRO, Monday. Mrs. Thomas Cochrane, an aunt of Lord Penrhyn, was killed in a motor-car accident near Cairo to-day.—Reuter. Her husband, Major the Hon. Thomas George Frederick Cochrane, D. 5.0., is the eldest son of Lord Cochra
February 20, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SIR R. KEYES

SIR R. KEYES

WINS 5,678 Majority at North Portsmouth The result of the North Portsmouth byelection was declared early this morning as follows: Admiral Sir Roger Keyes (Nat. Con.) 17,582 Mr. E. T. Humby (Soc.) Majority 5,678 Electorate: Men, 25,956; Women, 27,009. Only 56 per cent. of the ele
February 20, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
STORY OF DRUGS AND LOAN

STORY OF DRUGS AND LOAN

Dr. P. D. Spence, the tennis player, was the defendant in an action heard by Mr. Justice Goddard in the King's Bench Division yesterday. Plaintiff, Mrs. Beatrice Annie Bennett, of St. Margaret's-road, Brockley, S.E., claimed the return of £l2O which, she said, she lent the docto
February 20, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PEPPER ATTACK IN STREET

PEPPER ATTACK IN STREET

While Mr. J. H. Topman, a rent collector, of Grove-road, Bow, E., was walking along Medhurst-road, Bow, yesterday, a man threw pepper into his face, pushed his hat over his eyes, and tried to snatch a wallet from his jacket. Mr. lopnfan resisted, and the man and a companion ran
February 20, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DUCHESS VOTE,

DUCHESS VOTE,

"More Sensible for Tennis Than Skirts " By voting yesterday at a mannequin parade for tennis " shorts," the Duchess of York has probably settled a problem that looked like dividing the tennis world. The vote took place during a visit the Duchess made to the Textile Section of th
February 20, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE SECRET !

THE SECRET !

Page 8 GASTRITIS AND ULCERATED STOMACH Now Eats Anything! Every sufferer ivha knows the agonies of Gastritis and ulcerated stomach will find amazing relief by following the advice of Mr. Fowler of Devon given in his letter below. " It's no joke in a signal box all night when you
February 20, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CHRYSANTHEMUM CUTTINGS

CHRYSANTHEMUM CUTTINGS

KEEP a watchful eye upon chrysanthemum cuttings. Those that were inserted early last month should soon be showing signs of growth. If left too long closely confined in any propagating case or frame, they will very soon run up," as it is termed, and become more or less weak and s
February 20, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CRA.VENW ka4te

CRA.VENW ka4te

CRA.VENW C.A.A 1
February 20, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England