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now DEAF EARS CAN HEAR AGAIN Simply and Inconspicuously as Nature intended The latest discovery by the Ardente Scientists gives True-to-Tone Hearing to sufferers from the isolating handicap of deafness, even the so-called STONE DEAF. Whether young, middle-aged or old. rich or poo
2 March 1938 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
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2 March 1938 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
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AMUSEMENTS /^OLISEUM. (Charing Cross.) (Temple Bar 3161.) 2.30 8.15 Daily, ST. MORITZ A NOVEL REAL ICE MUSICAL SPECTACLE Prices 10/6, 8/6, 6/-, 5/-, 4/-, 3/-, 2/- (including Tax). BRITISH HOTELS TRAVEL SOUTH TO SUNSHINE After fogs and dismal days or perhaps that touch of 'flu why
2 March 1938 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
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The Bystander, March 2, 1938 Wo. 1785. Vol. CXXXV1I The Bystander
2 March 1938 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
The Lady Daphne Straight

The Lady Daphne Straight

Norman Parkinson Lady Daphne Straight, the elder daughter of the Earl and Countess of Winchilsea and Nottingham, is one of the most beautiful of the yoimg-marrieds of the last year or two. She married Whitney Straight in 1935, and last autumn their daughter, Camilla, was horn. H
2 March 1938 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 

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More Celebrities in Cameo: No. 61. Frank Hough

More Celebrities in Cameo: No. 61. Frank Hough

More Celebrities in Cameo No. 61. Frank Hough FRANK HOUGH, the Battersea cruiser-weight who put the B.O. (Box Office) back into boxing when it was suffering from the worst recession since the Doyle-Petersen fight, has personality and an uppercut. Uppercuts nowadays are few and fa
2 March 1938 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
Yehudi Menuhin and His Sisters Arrive in London

Yehudi Menuhin and His Sisters Arrive in London

The Menuhin family quite rightly don't put any faith in London's February climate fur-hatted, fur-coated, and rubber-booted, the young violinist and his sisters, Yaltha and Hephzibah, arrived last week from America. Two years ago Yehudi Menuhin went into retirement in California
2 March 1938 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
Sir John Simon Begins To Be Reticent

Sir John Simon Begins To Be Reticent

Howard Coster F.R.S.A. While financial and political writers begin to specu late on the Budget (and this year the City forecasts are most optimistic), the Chancellor of the Exchequer becomes more cautious than usual at question time, and begins to talk about "a later date." But
2 March 1938 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
The Passing Hour: Comments and Asides

The Passing Hour: Comments and Asides

The Passing Hour Comments and Asides By A. G. Macdonell THE BYSTANDER is a non-political journal, and it is the business of "The Passing Hour" to comment upon the affairs of the week without taking party sides. But it is quite im possible to discuss the resignation of Mr. Eden fr
2 March 1938 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
Celebrities in Conversation

Celebrities in Conversation

Talking About Music Sargent, Barker, Kreisler Dr. Malcolm Sargent, Alfred Barker, leader of the Halle Orchestra, and Fritz Kreisler were discussing the music to be played at a Halle concert in Manchester. Kreisler is playing at the Albert Hall later this month Theatre Talk Lady
2 March 1938 - The Bystander - London, London, England