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THE TIATI V MTPRCIV a aide ii ias. atz. itl\t/ lam PIP, SQUEAK AND WILFRED

THE TIATI V MTPRCIV a aide ii ias. atz. itl\t/ lam PIP, SQUEAK AND WILFRED

THE TIATI V MTPRCIV a aide ii ias . atz. itl\t/ lam PIP, SQUEAK AND WILFRED BOGEY " DUSTMEN. Daily .Mirror Office. ltirV DEAR ROB'S AND GIRLS, — ill Like Pip, I used to be rather afraid of dustmen. They would suddenly appear at odd times of the day, walking in uninvited through t
October 4, 1923 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
-.,,,.•...:t,''''''1::1J- .R..---N...YILLE c, ..72cg.- Cocoa

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.R..---N...YILLE Cocoa See the name -CADBUR Y -on every piece of Chocolate i' . A' 5 1 -- )A lb-1/21 I lb-2/4-fr Good Health for a Farthing a Day The ingredients of Kruschen Salts are necessary for healthy We. -Your body must, of necessity, obtain these ingredients from somewhere
October 4, 1923 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WOMAN DOCTOR AND

WOMAN DOCTOR AND

a g 'e I 6 • U M A a uiry. the board DEAD CHILD. Guardians Again Demand Full Inquiry. " MOTHER NOT SATISFIED." H,ammersraith Guardians yesterday decided to press further for' an inquiry into the case of Dr. Churchill, the woman doctor who resigned her post at the Downs Hospital,
October 4, 1923 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TO-DAY'S NURSERY.

TO-DAY'S NURSERY.

Mr. Sol Joel has a strong :hand in: the Bentinck Fund Nursery; and with the stable in such great form must have a dangerous candidate. Santolina, Restoration and Montifringilla are all fit and fancied, but I think we saw the winner when Spaewife was so narrowly beaten by Polizei
October 4, 1923 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MRS. GOODING'S £250

MRS. GOODING'S £250

LORD SOUTHWARK AT K.C.'s FUNERAL. ti Q y Mr. and Mrs. Goodin° , leaving the Home Office in Whitehall yester-4ay. Their interview had sqttisfaetory results, since a few hours later th e Treasury announced that a sum of £250 would be paid to her as 'ol(ll)ensat ion for wrongful im
August 11, 1921 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DYSPEPTICS CAN EAT WHAT THEY LIKE

DYSPEPTICS CAN EAT WHAT THEY LIKE

if they take half a teaspoonful of Bisurated Magnesia in a little water immediately after eating. No matter how badly you may suffer from indigestion, dyspepsia, gas, flatulence, or acidity—no matter how many medicines you may have tried without success—don't give up hope. Thous
August 11, 1921 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ABBE HAMON

ABBE HAMON

has radical treatments for Diabetes, Albuminuria, Kidneys, Heart, Liver, Stomach, Bad Legs, Rheumatism, Cough, Bronchitis and all Chronic diseases. No diet necessary, only plants taken as Tea. Free book on applieation to— BOTANICAL LABORATORIES 435, CHANCERY LANE, LONDON. W.C. W
August 11, 1921 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TRY SHADEINE , SMALL BOTTLE Rapid, .afo, simple to 0 use, i, washable and lasting. Sold in all natural tint

TRY SHADEINE , SMALL BOTTLE Rapid, .afo, simple to 0 use, i, washable and lasting. Sold in all natural tint

,, , medi- cal certificate enclosed. Stato colour required. Prices-Bd.. 1/4. 2,6, 3,9. Per Post Ild.. 1; 8, 2 , 11, 4,6 Of all Chemists, or direct from . i4liadeine Co.. Dept . S E URNE GROVE,I-
August 11, 1921 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Summer Dishes. A blancman ge ma d e w ith Brown &Poison's Corn Flour and fresh milk served with stewed

Summer Dishes. A blancman ge ma d e w ith Brown &Poison's Corn Flour and fresh milk served with stewed

fruit is most nourish- ) ' ing and welcome as a coo . i s ing br o ee s ze.
August 11, 1921 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HOW "THE DAILY MIRROR" NEVER FAILED TO APPEA '

HOW "THE DAILY MIRROR" NEVER FAILED TO APPEA '

FIRST WITH THE STRIKE PICTURES Emergency Editions at Six Different Places WIRELESS BOOM Proved by the Strike To Be a Necessary Investment SALES SOARING One of the very few industries to make money during the strike Was the wireless industry," said Mr. W. Burnham, chairman of the
May 18, 1926 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England