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" JURY MAY REVOLT "

" JURY MAY REVOLT "

Warning Against Overcrowding London Sessions with Cases from Outside Criticism of the action of some judicial authorities outside London in sending cases for trial at the London Sessions was nia.de p-sterday by Sir Herbert Wilberforce, denuty chairman at the sessions. "If *these
June 2, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
EIFFEL TOWER

EIFFEL TOWER

REAL-LEMON LEMONADE CUBES A id. CUBE makes 2 big glasses DISSOLVES QUICKER! TASTES BETTER! "You wait till I come off parade; - I'll drown you in that lemonade." r. I "Please do," the Eiffel Twins reply, "'Twould be a glorious death to die." i k' V ••
June 2, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HERE AND THERE

HERE AND THERE

Politely" Insulting By JOHN ENGLISH " INSULTING behaviour " is always con-1 sidered rather disreputable owing to its police court connections; and yet it is an asset which no one with social aspirati3ns can possibly do without. So few people can be insulting in a charming way. T
June 2, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
AN SECRETARY

AN SECRETARY

or. the firm of James Grin- - and Co. incorporated accountants, of Colem - .n-st Miss Bull told a reporter yesterday that she had begin Colonel Grimwood's secretary for over twenty years. She is fifty-seven. Bequests Of - £.3.500, a diamond - ring and certain furniture are left
June 2, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CINEMAS

CINEMAS

TIVOLI-1,000 seats at 1/6 (12-1). George Arliss, ' THE HOUSE OF ROTHSCHILD " (U), 12.35, 2.45. 4.55, 7.10, 9.30. New colour Silly Symob, " Big Bad Wolf " (U), etc. TUSSAUD'S—" THE HOUSE ON 56TH STREET " (A) (Kay Francis), 3.20. 6.30, 9.40. Also GOING HOLLY• WOOD " (U) (Marion Da
June 2, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ICE SKATING

ICE SKATING

STREATHAM—Skaters Summer Rendezvous. 2.30 nd 7.30. Skaters 1/6; Spectators 1/, Boot & Skate Hire 1/. GREYHOUND RACING (Track licensed by N.G.R.C.) CATFORD STADIUM—To-night at 8.15 p.m.. and every Toes, Thurs and Sat at 8.15 p.m
June 2, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NOISE CURFEW

NOISE CURFEW

FOR at least a year motorists in Paris have been forbidden to blow their horns after eleven at night—or twenty-three o'clock, if we follow the 8.8. C. Apparently this noise curfew has been so successful in reducing the frightful din that hooting motorists callously inflict upon
June 2, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THOSE BEAVERS

THOSE BEAVERS

NO ordinary working young man would take to a beard, for I don't think managers in banks, insurance offices and ott - or business houses would tolerate such things. Just as artists used to wear a large black bow, so, do budding artists nowadays weal bearcis to distinguish them f
June 2, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
POST

POST

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June 2, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR 'SS PROGRAMMES LONDON REGIONAL

THE DAILY MIRROR 'SS PROGRAMMES LONDON REGIONAL

(342.1 Metres) 10.15.—Service. 10.30-11 and 12.—National. 6.—Time, weather. news. 6.2s.—lnterlude. 6.3O.—EUGENE PINT'S TANGO ORCHESTRA, with Diana Clare. 7.3o.—Frank Walker Octet. 8.—8.8. C. Orchestra (Section D), conducted by Edward Clark, Browning Mummery (tenor). 9.ls.—Wirele
June 2, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England