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THEN A THRASHING

THEN A THRASHING

References to a " village scandal " were made at an inquest at Cheriton, near Alresford (Rants), last night on Frank Thomas Wild, sixty-six, a plumber and house decorator. Wild was found hanging in his workshop on Thursday morning, the day he was to have appeared at Alresford Po
February 17, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HIS UNKNOWN

HIS UNKNOWN

Shrapnel Found in a Soldier Twenty Years After
February 17, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
1 1 : V...: . THE ORIGINAL SANITARY 4 _,LLOORPOLISH for Lino. Floors all Polished -

1 1 : V...: . THE ORIGINAL SANITARY 4 _,LLOORPOLISH for Lino. Floors all Polished -

February 17, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GIBRALTAR, Friday. H.M. Flotilla Leader Campbell, of the Home Fleet, was damaged while berthing at the North Mole here to-day

GIBRALTAR, Friday. H.M. Flotilla Leader Campbell, of the Home Fleet, was damaged while berthing at the North Mole here to-day

after returning from exercises. The vessel was blown off its course by the fierce easterly winds which have been raging for days round Gibraltar. She is being taken to dry dock, but it is understood that the damage is slight.—Reuter.
February 17, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LAW DEPRIVES A FAMILY OF £3,360

LAW DEPRIVES A FAMILY OF £3,360

MAN KILLED IN TRAIN-CAR CRASH Jury Find a Fellow Servant Negligent " ACCEPTED RISK " FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT LINCOLN, Friday. Although a jury at Lincoln Assizes awarded ,E 3,360 damages to the widow and family of Walter Joseph White, who was .killed in a collision between a l
February 17, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Keeps It Nice

Keeps It Nice

Much is likely to be heard, I am told, of the latest discoveries and developments made in New Zealand in the matter of food preservation. Perishable stuff is much more efficiently preserved in cold storage, it seems, if the air in the containers is partially exhausted. Fried Sea
February 17, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
IS IT A COMPLIMENT ?

IS IT A COMPLIMENT ?

wHY is it considered a compliment to a man to take his name for a (generally ugly) street ? Would Mr. Lloyd George rejoice on account of Lloyd George-avenue ? LONDONER. Chiswick High-road, W. 4.
February 17, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
" TAX CATS AND CYCLES "

" TAX CATS AND CYCLES "

TN reply to your leading article. Why should not bicyclists contribute to the upkeep of the roads in the same way as motorists ? Again, both cats and dogs may be kept either as pets or for utility purposes. So, if house dogs are taxed, why not mousers also ? J. FRANCIS. Coombe-l
February 17, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
AVY

AVY

EARL'S NIECE a EARL'S NIECE NOEL COWARD ' S NEW PLA TO MARRY - ACTING IN IT HIMSELF • .-•• I Y. - if • • , , • 0:: . • •. • • I Miss M. Lambart, daughter of the Ven. the Hon. H. Lambart, Arch- deacon of Salop, and Lord Cavan's niece, to marry Mr. E. Cadogan, _Royal Welch Fusili
February 17, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ANGELINE VISIT :R SICK MOTHER AND PIP, SQUEAK, WILF 2. As she left the house, her last words were a

ANGELINE VISIT :R SICK MOTHER AND PIP, SQUEAK, WILF 2. As she left the house, her last words were a

warning not to burn my chop. .4,97 D 5. That part of the work done, they joined Squeak in the kitchen. She was frying my chop. I ) s'. 1 BE • 2 1 _4 ) I - II 4. Pip laid the cloth, while the two youngsters fetched the knives, forks, spoons and the cruet. M'hf / -- - N I 7. At la
February 17, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England