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ANOTHER MAN'S WIFE.

ANOTHER MAN'S WIFE.

Mons Soldier Charged with Assault —Magistrate's Advice. There was a remarkable dialogue at West London Police Court yesterday, when Herbert Lancelot Gibbs, a warehouseman, of Boswellroad, Thornton Heath, was charged with assaulting William John Martin, of the R.A.F., living at R
May 20, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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May 20, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TO-DAY'S GOSSIP News

TO-DAY'S GOSSIP News

and Views About Men, Women, and Affairs in General A Betrothal. Loyal Brum. Two of Lord Aberdare's daughters are peeresses. They are respectively the Countess of Bradford and Lady Belper. Now his youngest and only unmarried daughter, Lady Pamela Bruce,' bids fair to complete the
May 20, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE NEW LUCKY WEEKLY FOR ALL MEN & WOMEN-

THE NEW LUCKY WEEKLY FOR ALL MEN & WOMEN-

No. 1 NOW ON SALE " The House of Silence " Thrilling new Mystery Serial, by A. M. and C. N. Williamson. "How Good Luck Came to Me" by George Robey, Alice Delysia, Steve Donoghue, and Florence Smithson. " My Most Exciting Race" by Bernard Carslake, the famous Jockey. "The Heart o
May 20, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NEWS ITEMS.

NEWS ITEMS.

Laundresses' Hours.—A minimum of 355. a week of forty-four hours is the new programme of the National Federation of Women Workers for laundry hands, Too Bad !—The leasing to Czecho-Slovaks of the springs at Marienbad is bad, says a Karlsbad message from Baden and Bavarian Germ a
May 20, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LATEST WILLS.

LATEST WILLS.

Wills proved yesterday include—Mr. Eric Craig St. George Stockwell, of Oakleigh, Goudhurst, Kent, died January 20, leaving £69,687 ; Mr. Enoch Tonks, of Wellenhall-road, Moseley Village, Wolverhampton, died December 11, leaving £30,765; Mr. William Denman Benson, of la, William-
May 20, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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FOODS FOR INFANTS Don't be Alarmed ' TEN TO ONE itk /ON VE TO ONE itb 0.K., .hanks to ..'hite Lions A NEW FACE IN 5 MINUTES. Clean tongue, moist mouth sod throat long sour face replace(' by such broad sweet smiles that friends marvel at the magic change. 7d, 1/6, 2/10 Inc. Tax (
September 9, 1944 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
POPE YE

POPE YE

NOW LET'S SEE MY PoPELE, DO '-lOU HAH! VA - THINKED LITTLE MAN BREAK NEED HELP? COULDN'T BREAK BOUT FO R HO 6 A. IT, DIoNUA . ? NOT Al 4 1 0 M
September 9, 1944 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
IT A LEGACY- OR LUNACY?- WHINNY THE WINO-84G- I CAN ALWAYS HAVE MY PRAY CE LIFTED! CLARIFY THE SITUATION, ERIC

IT A LEGACY- OR LUNACY?- WHINNY THE WINO-84G- I CAN ALWAYS HAVE MY PRAY CE LIFTED! CLARIFY THE SITUATION, ERIC

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September 9, 1944 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HAND OVER. HOGSNEADP • ' • • 'ERE CAPTINC.

HAND OVER. HOGSNEADP • ' • • 'ERE CAPTINC.

September 9, 1944 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England