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STILL NO "LINE" ON SOCCER'S BIG EVENTS

STILL NO "LINE" ON SOCCER'S BIG EVENTS

ARSENAL SHINE -BUT IN PATCHES Well Below Their Best Against Unimpressive 'Boro I I I I I I I I I, . On his knees to it, but Woodley, the Chelsea goalkeeper, could not prevent the Spurs from scoring their second goal.
February 12, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
STOKE BREAK THE SPELL

STOKE BREAK THE SPELL

As only to be expected, great keenness was shown in the match at the Molineux ground, where Stoke, defeating Wolverhampton Wanderers, 2-0, at last secured their second away victory of tile season. The enforced changes which both sides were compelled to make naturally led to indi
February 12, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
400 CHICKENS BURNED

400 CHICKENS BURNED

More than 400 chickens were destroyed when fire broke out last night in chicken rearing huts on the farm of Mr. J. Grace, Bexley-road, Eltham, S.E. Many hundreds of chicks in adjoining pens were saved by the farm staff and fire brigade.
February 9, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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February 9, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
OLD BLUE'S DEATH Mr. G. D. Rowe, president of the Oxford crew in 1880, who died at Cookham Dean, Berks.

OLD BLUE'S DEATH Mr. G. D. Rowe, president of the Oxford crew in 1880, who died at Cookham Dean, Berks.

He was a former member of the committee of the London Stock Exchange. SAW DAUGHTER KILLED Looking from a window in his home last night a Coulsdon (Surrey) man saw a schoolgirl knocked down by a motor-van. He ran out to render assistance, and found that the girl, who died before
February 9, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
" CERTAINLY LIKE CAPRICE "

" CERTAINLY LIKE CAPRICE "

" It was some years ago," Mr. Hine told the Daily Mirror yesterday. " He worked for us under the name Caprice, and the pictures I have seen in the papers of the mysterious Major Crane are certainly like Caprice. The hair is very similar." Special watch was being kept on all outg
February 9, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

BURT-WHITE LIBEL SUIT His Action Against Mr. Bevir May Be Heard Next Week COURT PLEA A libel action by Dr. Harold Burt-White, who was struck off the medical register, against Mr. Harold Bevir, was mentioned to the Lord Chief Justice, in the King's Bench Division yesterday. The a
February 9, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Page 8 A EAGER% MARTINI: CLUB: MANHATTAN: DRY MARTINI : COCKTAILS ORANGE BLOSSOM 4 S a ea ti g s

Page 8 A EAGER% MARTINI: CLUB: MANHATTAN: DRY MARTINI : COCKTAILS ORANGE BLOSSOM 4 S a ea ti g s

er's and Co a c r k e ta s i o ls ld aerveeryGenuine in nCoge bearing the Gold Seal of Purity awarded by the British Analytical Control. Compounded by SEACER, EVANS & CO., Ltd., London, S.E.S. PER LARGE Distillers a Proprietors BOTTLE of SEALER'S G IN. Famous since 1805. v .
February 9, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
c\s'tGASTRICULCER Mr. Simpson, 151, Harbottle St., South Byker, Newcastle, writes: " I feel I must write and tell you the

c\s'tGASTRICULCER Mr. Simpson, 151, Harbottle St., South Byker, Newcastle, writes: " I feel I must write and tell you the

great benefit I have got from Vitadatio. The doctor told me I had Acute Gastric Ulcer. I was in agony and tried all kinds of medicines without avail. My food did not digest, I felt dizzy and my knees felt as if they were giving way. I am now on my seventh bottle, and I say thank
February 9, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
113 MILES' WALK IN 201

113 MILES' WALK IN 201

February 9, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England