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Princess Mary inspecting exhibits at the display of " hobbies " organised by the Civil Service Typists' Association at the

Princess Mary inspecting exhibits at the display of " hobbies " organised by the Civil Service Typists' Association at the

Central Hall, Westminster, yesterday.
15 February 1920 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
"Af / 1 ' ad teirieZa

"Af / 1 ' ad teirieZa

/ ' STURDY RAYNER, a handsome Colonial, who is returning to England after many years in South Africa. On ',he boat he meets JOHN GREGORY. who, for three months, has vainly been searching in South Africa for one David Scott, son of Roger Scott, millionaire and owner of Little Hals
08 October 1916 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
ERAIN AND NERVE FOOD

ERAIN AND NERVE FOOD

OCTOBER 8, 1916 Iris, elder daughter of Cornmander Sir Arthur Dawson, the head of Vickers Breezes from Middle Ages Liven Walk and Talk. SAILORS' Day gave a breezy, nautical air to our last week. A general sort of hornpipe and jigginess came over our spirits with the good Salonik
08 October 1916 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
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Y The chemise gown, fashion's latest whim, adds a later (could this be), the plaque apron. Lady Headfort, working at charities while the Marquis fights in France. a fS4L) conversation. Over our very excellent hors d'oeuvres we talk of dropping a meal a day, over the fish we discu
08 October 1916 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
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08 October 1916 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY.

A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY.

The National Infirmary for Bad Legs has for some years past directed the skill of its Staff to the, Wfection of a treatment in their possession which effects a permanent and lasting cure of this,. most distressing malady. Success of a gratifying character has crowned their effor
08 October 1916 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
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15 February 1920 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
rEBRUARY 15, 1920

rEBRUARY 15, 1920

15 February 1920 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
KEPT DOWN BY FOG.

KEPT DOWN BY FOG.

Great Part of Flight at Altitude of Only 100 Feet. " Though favoured by tbe wind," said Lieutentnt Hinton, One of the pilots on the N.C. 4, " we had to fly low owing to the clouds and rain " The greatest height attained between Ferrol and Plymouth was 1,000 ft., and for most of
01 June 1919 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
Rent for French Trenches.

Rent for French Trenches.

The War Office say that no rent " is due " for trenches held in France by the British Army. I can only remark that twice when looking on trenches near Bailleul, and again in the Bullecourt area, I was told on what seemed to be high official authority that we had to pay rent for
28 March 1920 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England