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MORE MARKET UNCERTAINTY

MORE MARKET UNCERTAINTY

By P, ,RVAL TIUMPTY-DUMPTY. I have been thinking of this mythical figure of my nursery days during the past week because, if my memory serves me right, he " had a great fall " and so bears a striking similarity to the dollar. I trust the similarity ends here, because in the nurs
19 November 1933 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
SUNDAY - PICTORIAL

SUNDAY - PICTORIAL

19 November 1933 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
ARSENAL SPURS DRAW LEEDS TEST

ARSENAL SPURS DRAW LEEDS TEST

Middlesbrough Riot of Thirteen Goals HOME TEAMS' DAY The race between the Spurs and Arsenal became more exciting yesterday, with the leaders held in a goalless draw at Leeds and the champions—with Joe Hulme back again—defeating Stoke at Highbury. Middlesbrough's 10-3 victory ove
19 November 1933 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
A MASTER MIND

A MASTER MIND

Great Goal by Kelly Saves Preston a Point at New Cross dy P. J. MOSS If the Preston forwards were much the better line at New Cross there were gaps in their defence, and in this department Millwall were the stronger side. So a one all draw was about the right result. The Millwal
19 November 1933 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
ORIENT WIN AGAIN

ORIENT WIN AGAIN

Clapton Orient gained their third successive victory in beating Cardiff at Lea Bridge by four goals to two. Apart from a little hesitation in defence, Orient proved a smart combination, and are settling down into a very useful side. Fogg, Fellowes and Ware, the 'half-backs, were
19 November 1933 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
SUNDAY PICTORIAL

SUNDAY PICTORIAL

19 November 1933 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
FREE FOR READERS See Pages 2 and 35 for Application Form and Full Conditions

FREE FOR READERS See Pages 2 and 35 for Application Form and Full Conditions

19 November 1933 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
%•' NSPATCH. Sunday. November n. US& 0 , • m op 0): 1.41. 44-3, TO-DAY'S WEATHER: Dia; Rai. or Drizzle 'Radio PllllllllllllllO. Pam ft

%•' NSPATCH. Sunday. November n. US& 0 , • m op 0): 1.41. 44-3, TO-DAY'S WEATHER: Dia; Rai. or Drizzle 'Radio PllllllllllllllO. Pam ft

NSPATCH. Sunday. November n. US& 0 , • m op 1.41. 44-3, TO-DAY'S WEATHER: Dia; Rai. or 'Radio PllllllllllllllO. Pam ft 133rd Year. No. 6,890. 1 DI POSIIMIS N TWOPENCE. NOVEMBER 19, 1933.
19 November 1933 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
DEAF

DEAF

THERE is no bargain basement et ARDENTE '—you cannot come In and help yourself to any old thing and hope tor the best You wouldn't be happy if you could Hearing defects are not overcome by "mass production ' methods any more than eye troubles You must be expertly tested and suit
19 November 1933 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
MYSTERY WRITER OF A YEARLY POSTCARD

MYSTERY WRITER OF A YEARLY POSTCARD

EVERY year on the anniversary of the Armistice a postcard is sent to 33, Nicholas4treet, Cork, expressing good wishes to an uncle of Mr. Michael Barry, whose mother lives at that address. The uncle died nine years ago. He served in the war, and the card may be from an old comrad
19 November 1933 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England