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Norma Ita4 iru/n, 4.vL Pa At

Norma Ita4 iru/n, 4.vL Pa At

4.vL Pa At KC 265-74-65 FURNITURE FOR SALE Rate 10/- per line; minimum 2 nines. GENUINE SACRIFICE (69 Gns.). Compulsory sale to avoid storage charges. Owner must leave London. Recently bought, stored since. Never used, condition perfect. Figured walnut bedroom suite, mahogany lin
February 27, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BLACK-OUT BEATS RIVER RESCUE BM

BLACK-OUT BEATS RIVER RESCUE BM

Hearing screams coming frr a , m the River Lea at Three Mill-lane, Bow, London, E., two young men dived in and swam round for some time, but because of the black-out were unable to find John Ellis, aged seven, of Franklin-street, Bow, who had fallen in. Soon after the men—Franii
February 27, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Page 6 minutes to 41 0 . • ne's a De Reszke— of course !

Page 6 minutes to 41 0 . • ne's a De Reszke— of course !

February 27, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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HAIR LUSTRE-RESTORER overcomes gland exhaustion lIILVIKRIN LABORATORIES. LONDON. N. I 0
February 27, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
r'CONRAD PHILLIPS attacks •SELF-

r'CONRAD PHILLIPS attacks •SELF-

I HAVE just read a letter printed on this page. It is to Dorothy Dix. This sort of honeyed sentimentality gives me a pain in the neck. We are living in an age of semi-barbarism. Our race is fighting for its life. This is a time to develop our muscles, to stand by our posts ready
February 27, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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February 27, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SAVE YOUR HAI

SAVE YOUR HAI

In thousands of cases war work and worries are resulting in impoverished, falling hair, causing thin patches and threatening baldness. Men in uniform are especial sufferers. Tight-fitting ' .cats and heavy steel helmets restrict circulation and start numerous hair troubles—unles
February 27, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
240 for 5'9 THE DAILY MIRROR

240 for 5'9 THE DAILY MIRROR

" Smile as you wish me good-bye. old pal!" This is what the soldier seems to be saying to his dog outside the Blue Cross Kennels at Woolwich (London) The organisation plays Good Samaritan to dogs belonging to members of the Forces who have nowhere else to leave them. There are f
February 27, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NO POWER TO ACT AS A RECORDER

NO POWER TO ACT AS A RECORDER

A trial at Bury St. Edmunds Quarter Sessions was declared a nullity by the Court of Criminal Appeal yesterday. Corporal Terence Cronin, of the Royal Engineers, was sentenced to nine months' imprisonment for driving a car dangerously. He was tried before a Court in which Sir Fran
February 27, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
((-)1 ^ The nicest and most economical way to buy cheese. No rind—it's ALL good to eat! And because Round

((-)1 ^ The nicest and most economical way to buy cheese. No rind—it's ALL good to eat! And because Round

bcx of it's specially pasteurised six portions 6d. and packaged itdoesn't dry up or harden like ordinary cheddar. It stays dairy fresh to the last delicious mouthful. Get some Kraft Cheddar today • Oblong loaf 9d. 5-16. loaf 1/4 per lb. TRY KRAFT -.ii - IlliAriiiiil .: MADE BY K
February 27, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England