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10 March 1932 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LEAGUE AND SHANGHAI

LEAGUE AND SHANGHAI

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10 March 1932 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
BOUNDARY HOUSE ESCAPE

BOUNDARY HOUSE ESCAPE

NO TRACE OF MAN WHO DASHED FROM INSTITUTION No trace has yet been found of the man who escaped yesterday from Boundary House Institution after, it is alleged, he had bitten and kicked an attendant. Police in the Mickleover area have been warned of the man's disappearance, and a
10 March 1932 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
MAIL BAG MYSTERY

MAIL BAG MYSTERY

POLICE WITHOUT CLUE TO LOST REGISTERED LETTERS Mystery surrounds the disappearance of a mail bag containing registered letters from a Post Office van last night at Cambridge, and the police who are investigating the matter have not yet found any clue. The bag was missed while th
10 March 1932 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
ILKESTON BOY WARNED

ILKESTON BOY WARNED

ALLEGED THEFT OF BOOTS FROM A SHOP An Ilkeston schoolboy was put on probation for two years at Ilkeston to-day. He was accused of stealing pair of boots worth Bs. 6d. from outside shop. The boy's father, Willoughby Cope, of Mundy-street, Ilkeston, was fined 40s. with 15s. costs
10 March 1932 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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LADY HARRINGTON BETTER

LADY HARRINGTON BETTER

Her many friends will glad to know that the Countess of Harrington has now fully recovered from the slight concussion which has confined her to bed for the past few days. Lady Harrington had a fall while out with the Quorn nearly a month ago, but it was only during the past week
10 March 1932 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
MYSTERY V.C. SURPRISE

MYSTERY V.C. SURPRISE

RE-MARRIED SAME DAY AS FORMER WIFE The announcement to-day, that Commander Augustus Shelton Agar, the mystery V.C.," and former husband of Baroness Furnivall, was married in Bermuda on February 23, comes as a surprise. Lady Furnivall was hei'self married for the second time on t
10 March 1932 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
BELPER DOLE FRAUD

BELPER DOLE FRAUD

MAN AND HIS WIFE EACH FINED £5 A Belper man and his wife were each fined £5, with the alternative of month's imprisonment, at Belper to-day for making false representations for the purpose of obtaining unemployment benefit. They were Francis Byde, of Nottingham-road, Belper, and
10 March 1932 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SHIP'S CREW RESCUED

SHIP'S CREW RESCUED

RUDDERLESS VESSEL THAT DARED NOT STOP A British ship has rescued the 34 men of the " ship that dare not stop," the American collier, H. F. de Bardeleben. The Laganbank, motor vessel of 5,583 tons, took the collier's crew aboard last night. For three days the Bardeleben had been
10 March 1932 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
M. BRIAND'S LAST CALL

M. BRIAND'S LAST CALL

LYING-IN-STATE AT THE FRENCH FOREIGN OFFICE Slowly borne the steps of the Quai D'Orsay, in the morning sunshine, M. Briand made his last entry into the building from which for so many years, he had directed the destinies of France abroad. The coffin was placed on a catafalque in
10 March 1932 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England