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JOCKEYS. BIG FIELDS AT

JOCKEYS. BIG FIELDS AT

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20 September 1927 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
7$ CRUIhERS.

7$ CRUIhERS.

The ex p. rte. atter eevrral private have mar referred the entire matter of cruisers to the chief de•leustinn+, who are discussing it privately (says the Exchange). At the bearn ll ill g of the Conference the Unite.' State. siiguestea the reduction of surface boats not included
2 July 1927 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
PRAY ERS FOR SIN.

PRAY ERS FOR SIN.

Italian icc cream manufacturers and vendors London. in despair at the con tinned cold and wet weather. are to offer special prayers for sunnier days. They will attend a special High Mass at the Italian Church in Clerieenwell.mad .n Thursday morning. Father Anthony and two other
2 July 1927 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
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2 July 1927 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
DETECTIVE SERIAL INSPECTOR FRENCH

DETECTIVE SERIAL INSPECTOR FRENCH

AND THE STARVEL TRAGEDY By Freeman Wills Crofts. Author of "The Cask." etc. Ay rtemare tru Its the 1 A CUT ON HIS THUMB. " Did he take a taxi? " " Not from the hotel, sir. He just walked out, carrying a 'mall suitcase in his hand." " Wasn't taking any risks. Confound him for giv
2 July 1927 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 

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THE SONG OF LOBBY LUD Composed by FRED SANDFORD and FRED MALCOLM Published by THE LAWRENCE WRIGHT MUSIC CO. All

THE SONG OF LOBBY LUD Composed by FRED SANDFORD and FRED MALCOLM Published by THE LAWRENCE WRIGHT MUSIC CO. All

those who have hunted Lobby Lud and enjoyed reading the wonderful stories of his adventures should „have this song. A limited edition has been printed and copies will be sent post free for sixpence upon application to : LOBBY LUD SONG, • WESTMINSTER GAZETTE.. 104, Shoe Lane, Lon
20 September 1927 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
Poor Mrs. joy

Poor Mrs. joy

Poor Mrs. oW I pity that p o or Mrs. Jones," said my wife. " Iler husband serer takes her anywhere." " She seems to get there all the same," I said. I thought of Jones, a Wale shabby and careworn, but gentle sae (manning. "You men always stick up for each other," said Clorinda. "
2 July 1927 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
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2 July 1927 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
WESTMINSTER GAZETTE. SATURDAY. 2 JULY, 1927

WESTMINSTER GAZETTE. SATURDAY. 2 JULY, 1927

BETTY'S TENNIS FUTURE. MOTHER AND MR. COCHRAN. 0 Sotto an )(FP. Nuthall, the 16 year old lawn tennis star' mother. " Nathan offers to momt am imam my management U a lam tennis player from al to arm lasludiag C. B. Cochran. The mystery of Betty's tennis future deepened Inlet nigh
2 July 1927 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
My Last Night Alive

My Last Night Alive

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2 July 1927 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England