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mz/3 ~ ~"el u WHAT WILL SHE DO •

mz/3 ~ ~"el u WHAT WILL SHE DO •

mz/3 ~"el u WHAT WILL SHE DO Is Your Daughter—Tactful, humorous, quick at figures and physically strong ? She Alight Take Up—House property management. Her Duties Will Include—Collecting rents, dealing with rates and taxes, interviewing tenants witn regard to rent and repairs. Le
July 9, 1935 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Nurse Accused of Chopper Attack on Her Father COURT STORY

Nurse Accused of Chopper Attack on Her Father COURT STORY

OF THEFT "SO THAT I COULD
July 9, 1935 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THEY KNOW THE FACTS

THEY KNOW THE FACTS

I have often drawn attention to the fact, which is not so self-evident to the cricket public as it might be, that members of the selection committee in almost every case know more of the facts than we do. I cannot, for obvious reasons, mention names, but without betraying confid
July 9, 1935 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MASTER VERE FOR FRANCE

MASTER VERE FOR FRANCE

Master Vere, who was bought by Senor Unzue, the Argentine breeder for 1,550 guineas at the Newmarket sales last week, has been sent to France.
July 9, 1935 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE BORE SCORES By BOUVERIE

THE BORE SCORES By BOUVERIE

J ULY favourite; carried on the good work at Nottingham yesterday to such purpose that bookmakers with a wide range of " mixeddouble " clients, needed quite a little overtime to work out their accounts. Five actual favourites won in a row, and although backers could not make up
July 9, 1935 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Page 27 VOURITES SALISBURY PROGRAMME 2.O—OPEN S. PLATE, £150; lm. 000 WELLINGTON (Mr. Allen) 002 DIOCLES (Mr. G. Bennett) 024

Page 27 VOURITES SALISBURY PROGRAMME 2.O—OPEN S. PLATE, £150; lm. 000 WELLINGTON (Mr. Allen) 002 DIOCLES (Mr. G. Bennett) 024

SILKSTAR (Mr. Cottrill) 130 STOP GAP (Colonel Halse) .. W. Nightingall 5 9 0 441 BLEU DE ROI II (Mr. Hylton) .. W. Smyth 5 9 0 000 BIG BAD WOLF (Mr. Kiddie) 030 DAVY JONES (Mr. Rayson) 004 WING COMMANDER (Mr. Thrale) Thrale 4 9 0 BUCKBASKET (Mr. Pease) 310 GROCK (Miss Clayton) .
July 9, 1935 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MINDED

MINDED

These Lessons Do Appeal . Them to Schoolboys prefer bones. That is the section of anatomy that appeals to them in lessons. Their preference has been discovered by Professor Winifred Cullis, Professor of Physiology of London, as a result of her radio lectures on hygiene to school
July 12, 1935 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
A The Affectionate Footman Sir Seymour Hicks. in footman's livery at the Cochran Mammoth Cabaret at Grosvenor House, saluting Mrs.

A The Affectionate Footman Sir Seymour Hicks. in footman's livery at the Cochran Mammoth Cabaret at Grosvenor House, saluting Mrs.

Cochran. Beside him is Joe Coyne in similar fancy dress.
July 12, 1935 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
EXHIBITIONS

EXHIBITIONS

MADAME TUSSAUD'S EXH IBITION, Baker-st Stn—Daily and Suns, 10-10. Latest Portrait of Lawrence of Arabia.
July 12, 1935 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WALT DISNEY

WALT DISNEY

By GORDON GRIFFITHS MICKEY MOUSE ! Walt Disney's lucky mascot. REGARDED as the film's greatest genius, but lives in a small villa. Nothing exotic ! M ASCOTS reach him from admirers everywhere —some alive—these are re- turned with thanks, otherwise a Disney Zoo would spring up. I
July 12, 1935 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England