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Dart Hit Woman in Street

Dart Hit Woman in Street

An elderly woman, Mrs. Polly John, of St. Dogmaels, Pembroke, was walking in High-street, Cardigan, when something struck her in the back. She turned, but could see no one. Later a soldier noticed something sticking in her back. It was a dart that had gone through her mackintosh
February 27, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
1.00 0.75 oso 0.25

1.00 0.75 oso 0.25

February 27, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Pare 18

Pare 18

February 27, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
skin. When these get clogged - yOur feet can't breat'ae. Foot Acid strikes hack into the muscles, and causes flaming

skin. When these get clogged - yOur feet can't breat'ae. Foot Acid strikes hack into the muscles, and causes flaming

agony. Corns and callouses form. You've got to shift that aria or go on suffering. This is the modern method—just a daily foot-dip in hot water with a handful of Radox added. Radox liberates 5 times as much oxygen as other bath salts, cleans out clogged pores, lets crippling aci
February 27, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

Today's Radio 767 kc/s (391.1 Metres) and 668 kc/s (449.1 Metres) 7.0 a.m.—News. 7.lo—Songs on gramophone. 7.3o—Lift Up Your Hearts. 7.3s—Physical exercises for women. 7.4s—Deanna Durbin (records) . B.o_ News. 8.15 8.8.0 Northern Orchestra. 9.0 Pianoforte recital, by green McLar
February 27, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Just Jake

Just Jake

ER/C! DON'T WASTE TWEI CAPT/N6, SA/E is WHEN I SA/1, SHE /S GET THE BLONDE AND WE miss/A/61 lt//ZZ GO TO kfEANT SHE STAP /7 THERE; WHAT SHE /11/95/N6. / GET HER A ND LET'S 1,4111 GO! 1i 11111 ,r . ' r a • / • 1 I I ! :
February 27, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BLACK OUT 7.3 p.m. TILL 7.22 a.m.

BLACK OUT 7.3 p.m. TILL 7.22 a.m.

February 27, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Dail Mirror

Dail Mirror

RADIO-P. 18 doll. ,L S y • "' • .. • - • g • , Three-and-a-half-year-old Mary Stephens carrying her broken
February 27, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
A SfiliveY Sphinx

A SfiliveY Sphinx

In early Egypt silver was the most precious of all the metals. It was called Het-Nub or White Gold, and seems to have been mined in the Silver Mountains far away in Asia Minor. Very few silver Egyptian objects remain. But one of the most interesting is a silver Sphinx, bearing t
August 20, 1930 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England