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Guineas for Stories

Guineas for Stories

Last week's guinea story prize has been awarded for the following:— Hostess (at children's party): Well, my little man, how are you ? Bobby (aged five): Quite well, thank you. except for a bit of a whooping cough. to Miss A. Buckle, Rectory-lane, Pulborough.
October 2, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

October 2, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MERELY WORDS

MERELY WORDS

pOLITICAL conferences will fill the air with loud words this week. The voice of Sir Stafford Cripps will be heard in the land—or at any rate at Southportto-day. That is the Labour Party's " challenge "—or attempt to show how every other Party has done, can do, and therefore will
October 2, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
" With All My Heart," a romantic new serial by Renee Shann—

" With All My Heart," a romantic new serial by Renee Shann—

October 2, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
RACE AGAINST TIME

RACE AGAINST TIME

I L . Sir Charles Kingsford-Smith (x) examining his 'plane for the England-Australia race. He was on his way to England when damage to the engine cowling forced him to fly back to Sydney. Competitors in the race must report in England by October 14 ! READY TO SWOOP ON CRIMINALS.
October 2, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Furnishing a Modern House

Furnishing a Modern House

ALL ideas that are space-saving are liked nowadays. The modern housewife dislikes—and rightly too—unnecessary work and furniture dotted about that impedes rapid progress. Hence designers are concentrating on furniture that is easy to look after and takes up only the minimum amou
October 2, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BOURN-VITA SET

BOURN-VITA SET

GIVEN FREE Beakers, Jug, Plates, Sugar Bowl and spoons to use with Beaker G.ft No. Description 1 Beaker & saucer 4 Spoons 1 Jug & 1 sugar bowl 2 Beakers & saucers & 2 small plates 2 Bread & butter & 4 small plates 2 Beakers & saucers & 1 jug Gifts cannot be divided. Vouchers Sta
October 2, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CROSS KEYS CHANGES PAY

CROSS KEYS CHANGES PAY

Cross Keys, making six changes from the side which lost to Swansea, gained a surprise home win over Aberavon by 16 points to 10 lest night. Their forwards played strongly from the start, but an early try by Riberts was equalised by Madden, James converting the latter to give Abe
October 2, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TILDEN BETTER THAN EVER

TILDEN BETTER THAN EVER

Unbeaten Winner of Professional Lawn Tennis Tournament W. T. Tilden, the famous ex-amateur champion, yesterday, won the professional lawn tennis tournament at Victoria Park, Southport. Tilden scored three wins, M. Plaa (France) being second with two and D. Maskell (Great Britain
October 2, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ALMOST A TONIC

ALMOST A TONIC

HOPE " A Married Man " will forgive-1 me if I say that I consider him to be a " stuffy " kind of person. He dislikes the idea of changing things round in the home and also dreads " cleaning," by which I gather he means spring cleaning. There is no better tonic than a periodic ch
October 17, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England