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CABINET

CABINET

The King and Queen in the royal box at the Adelphi Theatre yesterday, when they attended a special matinee of " The Winning Post " in aid of King Gedrge's Pension Fund for Actors and Actresses. Some 200 famous actors and actresses took part.
December 18, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
OTHER NEWS IN BRIEF

OTHER NEWS IN BRIEF

Golden Wedding.—Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lewis, of Ferryside, Carmarthenshire. celebrate their golden wedding to-day. Prince to Attend Regimental Dinner.—The Prince of Wales, Colonel-in-Chief of the 12th Lancers, will attend the regimental dinner tomorrow night. Invitation to British
December 18, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ONE FLUNG AGAINST A ROCK

ONE FLUNG AGAINST A ROCK

Two R.A.F. 'planes made forced landings about sixty miles from Singapore, and the crew of one of them had to swim ashore, the Air Ministry stated yesterday. The 'planes were taking part in a torpedo attack during combined manoeuvres with the Fleet. The first 'plane landed safely
December 18, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

REEL REVELATIONS Nina Mae McKinney. terior. Native music was recorded for the first time here, and I understand that the- similarity of this wild music to our modern dance and song rhythms is amazing. " Save 'ern! " shouted several people. The lights switched off, leaving the st
December 18, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ROBESON'S "SILENCE"

ROBESON'S "SILENCE"

LEAVING a miserable drisly afternoon behind me I entered the Elstree studios where London Film Productions are Lusy making " Sanders of the River," the famous Edgar Wallace story. - Dodging flats, walking carefully to avoid tripping over cables and fuse boxes, I came on a Congo
December 18, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Restless Parties

Restless Parties

Pre-Christmas parties are in full swing; very crowded and very restless. One of the noticeable things about them is the way people ignore times stated on invitation cards. I noticed that people were coming in to Miss Nell St. John Montagu's party for cocktails and dancing long a
December 18, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR Why British Bayonets Guard the Saar

THE DAILY MIRROR Why British Bayonets Guard the Saar

By J. A. P. THEWES T O-DAY British troops are arriving in the Saar. One section has already left, an ad- vance party having made arrangements for their reception in the Saar and at Calais; arother section is leaving on Thursday, and a squadron of Lancers will complete the force
December 18, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CHRISTMAS DAY

CHRISTMAS DAY

By HORACE ATKINS THE national mail bag for Christmas Day costs the Postmaster-General £500,000 to deliver. One-third of it is spent in London alone. Christmas letters and parcels cause about 6 000.000 hours of additional work, of which hall go to the unemployed as a Christmas gi
December 18, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NO REPRIEVE

NO REPRIEVE

pRESUMABLY the refusal of a reprieve to the woman who was sentenced to death for the murder of her husband last November will remind an uneasy public that the law makes no distinction between the sexes in regard to capital punishment. A man or a woman may be recommended to mercy
December 18, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
fascinating bottles on the dispensary shelves and TL-3 Mixture which finally means so much to the patient is a process

fascinating bottles on the dispensary shelves and TL-3 Mixture which finally means so much to the patient is a process

of vital importance whose mystery is only the magic of science. Your doctor's skill is made useless unless his instructions are correctly interpreted. A patient's hopes are belied unless the stock of the dispensary is up to standard both in purity and in freshness. So, at all Bo
December 18, 1934 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England