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SON SHOT IN WOOD

SON SHOT IN WOOD

Twenty-Four Hours After He Should Have Arranged Marriage Banns Twenty-four hours after he should have arranged for the publication of his banns of marriage, Alfred Ansfield, aged twenty-two, gamekeeper, of Tickeridge Farm, Kingscote, East Grinstead, Sussex, was found dead from a
March 14, 1935 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

March 14, 1935 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Thursday, March 14, 1935

Thursday, March 14, 1935

March 14, 1935 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WHOSE TERRIER IS THIS ?

WHOSE TERRIER IS THIS ?

A rough-coated terrier, trained to beg and shake hands, was found by Miss W. Clark, of 57. Mayfield-road, Chingford, without a collar, near the Prince Albert, South Chingford, on March 5. The dog has a black head and ears with white round tip of nose, black saddle on left side o
March 14, 1935 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CLEARED ON 3 CHARGES

CLEARED ON 3 CHARGES

Jury Disagree on Another Count Against £lO,OOO-a-Year Man A man who is alleged to have told the police when he was arrested that he was earning between £7,000 and £lO,OOO a year appeared again at the Old Bailey yesterday. He is Gerald Edward O'Brien, twenty-five, a chartered acc
March 14, 1935 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HE ENJOYS KINGSHIP

HE ENJOYS KINGSHIP

The World's Youngest Sovereign Likes Being Called " Your Majesty " GENEVA, Wednesday. The boy-king or Siam enjoys being a king. There has been no school for the last two or three days. Grown-ups who visit him address him as " Your majesty," and nine-year -old King Ananda rather
March 14, 1935 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
'OWSER HAS HIS SAY

'OWSER HAS HIS SAY

" Anyway, I'd sooner get whacked than have a stupid face like that Peke."
March 14, 1935 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HAUNTED MOTORISTS

HAUNTED MOTORISTS

MOTORISTS are in for a bad time. There's a dreadful drive against them. The hunt begins on Monday; the speed limit again; the cops and traps and mobile Marys as policewomen. Gongs to sound a tocsin against them. Signs to catch them further down the road. Thousands of speed prose
March 14, 1935 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TIN MEETING

TIN MEETING

Tobacco and Metal Dividends Increased Very favourable reports continue to reach me regarding the iron and steel industry. Shareholders in the various companies will already have been made pleasantly aware of the considerable improvement which took place last year and will, there
March 14, 1935 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
REFRACTORIES

REFRACTORIES

Shareholders of General Refractories, Limited, which manufactures heat resisting and heat insulating materials of every description, firebricks, etc., are to receive a final dividend of 7i per cent., making a total of 12 per cent. for the year. Last year an interim of 2 per cent
March 14, 1935 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England