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THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

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November 19, 1937 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
do some really good baking for the family. Gazing at a vat of liquid chocolate she murmured appreciatively, ' Nicely

do some really good baking for the family. Gazing at a vat of liquid chocolate she murmured appreciatively, ' Nicely

browned, isn't it.' write them all himself The young lady in the party had been very silent. Suddenly she noticed that the name Cadburys' was written all over the base of each chocolate. Does Mr. Cadbury write them all himself?' she wanted to know. The guide explained that while
November 19, 1937 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Cam is a cute girl—so cute, she avoids all the work she can. And her small boss runs round in

Cam is a cute girl—so cute, she avoids all the work she can. And her small boss runs round in

circles wondering what to do about it. He never does much—but between them, he and Cam manage to hand you a laugh every day.
November 19, 1937 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
JEERED AT AN OLD MAN!

JEERED AT AN OLD MAN!

" DISGUSTED " WRITES TO THE " DAILY MIRROR ":- "It was late at night when I was sitting in a tube train. A common-looking girl got in. accompanied by an equally common boy. " They were talking a lot of filth, when at the next station a dear old chap of about eighty entered the c
November 19, 1937 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ALWAYS DROPS HER GLOVES

ALWAYS DROPS HER GLOVES

H. G. M. 8., BEXHILL, WRITES TO THE " DAILY MIRROR ":- " During the past week I have dropped a glove while putting them on outside a shop. Recently I have dropped a glove no fewer than four times in the past week. "Is there some superstition attached to this ?
November 19, 1937 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MAINSTAT CONTROLLED

MAINSTAT CONTROLLED

Name Gas Cookers IN DELUXE COLOURS OR DAPPLED GREY ENAMEL FINISHES C . 4' I agree 44 Yes, 4 alone stan " for qualitY d sealed access inner ,nfil` cpeallcokPan ' I n the ceas-1".. moisture-proof 401°1.21" fresh in I/ 25 or 13 20 for • - 100 for 5 - 0 f or for 2 '6 Tin s : 5 0 *W-
November 19, 1937 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
/4NorHER DAV MY I/FELS IN THIS RACE AND STILL /10 7?) THE AIVSTERY./...

/4NorHER DAV MY I/FELS IN THIS RACE AND STILL /10 7?) THE AIVSTERY./...

November 19, 1937 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
By THE HURDLER

By THE HURDLER

IF were asked to name a track racing greyhound likely to pass on desirable qualities as a sire, I should unhesitatingly name Wily Captain. It is not so much what this dog has accomplished to date, and that is notable enough, but what he might have done if he had never been smash
November 19, 1937 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DERBY RESULTS

DERBY RESULTS

12.50—ROSSMERE (G. Wells) 1, POPHER (O Richards), 2; LONDON' FOG (D. Smith), 3. Betting: 9-2 Popher, Guest, 8 Fair William 10 London Fog, Litlun, 100-8 Father Christmas, 100-7 ROSSMERE, Priddy Hill, 100-8 Blue Pencil, Lanson, 20 Memento 11, Toscano, Eigg, Diogenes, Eastern Realm
November 19, 1937 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DERBY STARTERS AND JOCKEYS

DERBY STARTERS AND JOCKEYS

TOte double races, Z.O and 3.0 12.50—STAINSBY S. H'CAP (3 AND 4-Y-0), £200: 6t. 2.3 O—DERBY CUP (Ham:maw, 4;800, 320 TURN OF THE TIDE (F. Hartigan). 4-8-12 1 320 COLUMCILLE (0. Bell), 4-9-7 C. Smirke 211 BOOKSELLER (Lawson). 4-8-12 .... R A. Jones 032 HOBBEMA (V. Hobbs), 4-8-8 3
November 19, 1937 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England