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Every Man and Woman needs Nature's own tonic and vital

Every Man and Woman needs Nature's own tonic and vital

Without Vitamin B life cannel be maintained says an eminent scientist A great Physician and authority on Dietetics in his articles on Health has emphasised the importance of Vitamin B as a tonic which causes the nerves to function properly, and in READ WHAT terror Wee I Neel I 1
August 21, 1927 - The People - London, London, England
 
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Later he gave the girl money to enable her to attend her mother's funeral at,' Nevreutle. her mother having left her MOO. "Mr. X." gave her £lO. cmi whew asked for more gave her no additional -Mr. X.." in consequence of recaiinnal • threatening letter, subsequently plum& de whol
August 21, 1927 - The People - London, London, England
 
WHO FEEDS LONDON'S

WHO FEEDS LONDON'S

DOWNAND-OUTS. Spatial to " The People." Although, for over ten years, he has deroted a quarter of his income to helping the down-and-outs of London, and nightly walks the parka and the Embankment seeking out the !toneless and starring to feed and shelter them, Professor d. E, Sh
August 21, 1927 - The People - London, London, England
 
ALLEGED THUT OF PARCELS AT

ALLEGED THUT OF PARCELS AT

Premises itt Phulico-rd. which, it wag alleged. were used as a dump tor stolen postal packets, were referred to at West. Police Court yesterday. Wm. Elliott, forty-three, a postman attached to the South Western Dietrict Post (Mice, was charged with stealing several postal packet
August 21, 1927 - The People - London, London, England
 
A little PHOSFERINE can do a lot Maurice Tab, the brilliant Sussex and All-England Cricketer, writes : "NOTHING I have

A little PHOSFERINE can do a lot Maurice Tab, the brilliant Sussex and All-England Cricketer, writes : "NOTHING I have

tried so helps an athlete to keep fit like Phosferine. People have often remarked after seeing me bowl forty Of even fifty strenuous overs in a day against some of the finest batsmen in England. that I must feel absolutely done, and sporting friends are surprisedat finding me qu
August 21, 1927 - The People - London, London, England
 
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August 21, 1927 - The People - London, London, England
 
REPLIES TO INCOME TAX

REPLIES TO INCOME TAX

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August 21, 1927 - The People - London, London, England
 
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August 21, 1927 - The People - London, London, England
 
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August 21, 1927 - The People - London, London, England
 
JOYS OF A CHANNEL SWIMMER

JOYS OF A CHANNEL SWIMMER

WHAT IT - FEELS LIKE TRYING. TO GET ACROSS By W. LOCKWOOD MARSH: 'ho pictures vividly the mental processes of aspirant for Channel-swimming honours ing any headway at all. What's the good of it anyway. Mug's game, I call it. Can't think why I ever took it on. Not even cinema rig
August 21, 1927 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England