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CROSS-EXAMINED.

CROSS-EXAMINED.

At Mr. O'Connor's request, the evidence which had been given previously by Detective-Inspector Barker was read over. Mr. O'Connor (to Inspector Barker): Could you give me the engine and chassis numbers of the stolen cart—No, we have not got them. Do you know if the theft was rep
January 31, 1928 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
WESTMINSTER GAZETTE, TUESDAY, 31 JANUARY, 1928

WESTMINSTER GAZETTE, TUESDAY, 31 JANUARY, 1928

January 31, 1928 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
Sports Suits to Buy for the Spring.

Sports Suits to Buy for the Spring.

THE SPORTS SUIT RIGHT AND WRONG COLOURS M WRAP-OVER SKIRTS BLOUSES. By Om If Special Paris Fash.oc Indent. T HE sports suit has ruled the sartorial world so long that practically all other clothes are judged according as they resemble it or differ from it. It is therefore no gre
January 31, 1928 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
DO YOU KNOW THAT_

DO YOU KNOW THAT_

ALTHOUGH most people are now stocking their kitchens with aluminium pots and pans, they do not all know how to clean them. Soda has the effect of turning the metal black. Even soap is not real.y good, and sand or any gritty substance is likely to scratch deeply into the soft met
January 31, 1928 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
CROUTONS.

CROUTONS.

ODD bits of bread are often wasted. But once these " croiltons " have been tasted, You'll see they can be utilised, Although perhaps you'll be surprised, To make a dish that very nice is— Arrange the bread in smallish slices On a dish. Then beat an egg, A little milk, not much I
January 31, 1928 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 

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LADY ELEANOR'S PLAN.

LADY ELEANOR'S PLAN.

Lady Eleanor Smith is fearfully keen on a most original plan for raising more of the money required; about this, however, I may not say more at present, save that it originates from Brightorr. Lady Birkenhead, by the way, first heard of the hospital long ago through one of her o
January 31, 1928 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
CHAMPIONING MR. LORAINE.

CHAMPIONING MR. LORAINE.

Miss Lind-af-Hageby is known to most people as the champion of animals. She and the Duchess of Hamilton have done marvellous work in getting the humane-killer used in English and American stockyards and in stopping the traffic of worn-out horses between England and Belgium. This
January 31, 1928 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
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January 31, 1928 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
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January 31, 1928 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England