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August 19, 1927 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

August 19, 1927 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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Page 17 - LOCKED CHURCHES City Gems That Public Cannot See During 'August SURPRISED VISITORS Why are so many .of the doors of , City Churches bolted and . barred at this time-of the year? Colonial and ..foreign visitors, interested in these old buildings, complain that in theniaj
August 19, 1927 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Rain was falling heavily when thirteen runners turned out for the Middlesbrough Handicap. In an open market Stasiarch was favour-

Rain was falling heavily when thirteen runners turned out for the Middlesbrough Handicap. In an open market Stasiarch was favour-

- ite, and he produced a splendid burst of speed in the last furlong to sweep past North Riding and then get the better of a, great finish with Grand Glacier and e Golden Ode. The Scottish-trained Sosie won the Wilton Handicap far mire readily than the judges' verdict of a lengt
August 19, 1927 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MOTORIST'S HOPE

MOTORIST'S HOPE

When Louis Pitiger, a motorist, of Ladbrokegrove, London, was fined £5 at Brighton yesterday for dangerous driving and knocking down a man, he expressed the hope that he would live to see the day when motorists could take out cross 'summonses- against careless pedestrians. MOT I
August 17, 1927 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HOME NEWS IN BRIEF

HOME NEWS IN BRIEF

To-day's Weather.—Fair early, rain later, rather warm. Light-up 9.19 p.m. Electric V illage.—A new colliery village at Clipstone, Notts, is to be lighted by electricity. Dead on Railway. = An unknown man was found dead on the railway near Ashtead, Surrey, Castle Pageant.—The Wel
August 17, 1927 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
COSCRAVE'S "1": DAIL SPEAKER'S FATEFUL VOTE

COSCRAVE'S "1": DAIL SPEAKER'S FATEFUL VOTE

Dramatic Sequel to Tie of Seventy-One in Censure Motion Division HOLIDAYS TILL END OF OCTOBER Seaside Resorts to Extend Their Progremmes •7 Mr. J. Cgden Armour, the millionaire head• of the great American meat packing firm. died in London yesterday, aged sixty-three.
August 17, 1927 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GUINEAS FOR READERS

GUINEAS FOR READERS

Places Where the "Daily Mirror" Holiday Gifts Will Be Given Away To-morrow
August 17, 1927 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GUARDIANS' WIRELESS

GUARDIANS' WIRELESS

Southwark Board Want Ratepayers to Foot Bill at infirmary Southwark Guardians want to instal an expensive wireless set at their infirmary at Dulwich. They applied to the Ministry of Health for permission to incur the expenditure, and the reply was that the proposal must be consi
August 17, 1927 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Hip

Hip

makes you enjoy it For a change just try cold sausages, boiled ham with tomatoes or cucumber, sardines, fish or meat paste sandwiches. Add a little H.P. Sauce— you will be delighted at the fresh appetising flavour. RICH -THICK-FRUITY H.P.
August 17, 1927 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England