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30 July 1933 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
AN ADVENTURE OF A

AN ADVENTURE OF A

(Continued from page 10) that lay behind us. " Maybe not shoot you. Shoot us sure," was the English equivalent of his argument. In the end they fell in with my scheme. It was now raining and for a couple of hours or so we dozed in the shelter of the bushes. Under the first pale
30 July 1933 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
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30 July 1933 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
HUGE CLOUDS OF FLIES. LIKE COLUMNS OF SMOKE, *: SOMETIMES SWEEP ACROSS THE LAKE . - WHEN A SHIP PASSES

HUGE CLOUDS OF FLIES. LIKE COLUMNS OF SMOKE, *: SOMETIMES SWEEP ACROSS THE LAKE . - WHEN A SHIP PASSES

THROUGH THEM,IT IS T LIKE BEING IN A FOG. - (THEY ARE 9U'TE HARMLESS,. THE BAHIMA TRIBE LOVE THEIR SOURCE OF THE NILE - LARGE-HORNED ANKOLE CATTLE \ND MAKE ALL THEIR CHILDREN JUST o N ONE OF THE SEVEN HILLS AT KAMPALA IS THE RESIDENCE OF THE: NATIVE KINGLOUTSIUE -THE. MAIN ENTRA
30 July 1933 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
GUINEAS FOR RUNNERS-UP SIMPLE AND FASCINATING

GUINEAS FOR RUNNERS-UP SIMPLE AND FASCINATING

30 July 1933 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
T FOR BUSINESS

T FOR BUSINESS

Turner, of Gunnersbury Cricket Club, the nearest club for City girls, " and we have arranged evening practices and matches this season because practically all our members are employed in offices in the daytime. Cricket is a great game for busy women." " Athletics are splendid fo
30 July 1933 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
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30 July 1933 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
SUNDAY

SUNDAY

30 July 1933 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
BRITISH ATHLETES WIN AT WHITE CITY

BRITISH ATHLETES WIN AT WHITE CITY

Field Events Save France from Heavy Defeat A magnificent half-mile race and a young Frenchman's great victory in the three miles contest were features of the international athletics match in which Great Britain defeated lorance by eight events to six (654 points to 541) at the W
30 July 1933 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
NEW DISCUS RECORD

NEW DISCUS RECORD

The other French winners were all field events exponents—R. Paul (long jump), J. Noel (discus), C. Duhour (weight) and R. Vintousky (pole jump), although F. Phillipson (Britain) tied with two French rivals in the pole jump at 12ft. llin.—the best effort of his career—and lost on
30 July 1933 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England