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June 1, 1936 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE FARMING CRISIS

THE FARMING CRISIS

Premier's Three Tests for Action by the Government The Prime Minister assured a deputation of M.P.s yesterday that he would not allow any small considerations to stand in the way of any practical measures which would relieve the agricultural situation. But any action taken, he s
November 2, 1932 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PROUD DRIVER

PROUD DRIVER

The first electric train to run from London to Brighton arrived at the Brighton Central Stationyesterday. The first passengers will be carried on January 1, when electric trains will run from London to Brighton every twelve minutes, covering the distance in just under an hour. Y
November 2, 1932 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT

FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT

HOLYBOURNE, Hants, Tuesday. Remarkable courage was displayed by a white-haired woman of sixty-six when two motor bandits entered the little village post office here, of which she is the mistress. The woman is Mrs. Ada Warner, and within two hours of the ordeal she- described it
November 2, 1932 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
The Princess Royal placing a cross in a Field of Remembrance yesterday, when she opened a wing of the British

The Princess Royal placing a cross in a Field of Remembrance yesterday, when she opened a wing of the British

Legion Poppy Factory at Richmond, Surrey.
November 2, 1932 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Fay Compton, Cyril Maude, Owen Nares,

Fay Compton, Cyril Maude, Owen Nares,

HIPPODROME—(Ger 3272.) 8.15. Wed, Thurs, Sat, 2.30. " THE MERRY WIDOW," Carl Brisson, Helen Gilliland, George Graves, Derek Oldbam, Jay Laurier, Nancie Lovat. HIS MAJESTY'S—(Whi. 6606.) 8.15. Wed and Sat, 2.30. ANNY AHLERS in " THE DUBARRY."
November 2, 1932 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
EXHIBITIONS

EXHIBITIONS

BREWERS' and ALLIED TRADERS' EXHIBITION and MARKET. 54th Year, ROYAL AGRICULTURAL HALL, IST.INGTON, N.l. Wine and Catering Section in Great Galleries. OPEN DAILY, 10 to 8, till Nov. 3rd. Friday ('Coy. 4th) 10 to 6. HokeAnnEXHIBITION, DRAPERS HALL, Throgmor• ton-st, E.C.2 -Open t
November 2, 1932 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
eCinesday, November 2, 1932

eCinesday, November 2, 1932

November 2, 1932 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Lid ottage

Lid ottage

November 2, 1932 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TRUE TO NATURE There is no Lavender Water which can be compared, in its absolute trueness to the natural sweetness

TRUE TO NATURE There is no Lavender Water which can be compared, in its absolute trueness to the natural sweetness

of the English flower, with Grossmith's Old Cottage Lavender. In dainty bottles, from 6d. to 32/.. Also g.. ---- cam. Face Powder, Soap, Talcum, Bath Cubes and Crystals, Compacts, etc. iiwender chemists and perfitment. Obtainable from all ,/ --, '----/ I / I ~,!? J:A I II I i/i'
November 2, 1932 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England