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Page 22 after meals and banish INDIGESTION DINNEFORD'S the world's most famous remedy for all stomachic troubles, is now available

Page 22 after meals and banish INDIGESTION DINNEFORD'S the world's most famous remedy for all stomachic troubles, is now available

in tablet form. Slip a box into your pocket or handbag—take two after any meal and you need have no fear of 'fullness' or indigestion
May 20, 1938 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
4° dt 8° PER TIN

4° dt 8° PER TIN

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May 20, 1938 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
OUR LIVE ar LETTER BOX

OUR LIVE ar LETTER BOX

OUR LIVE LETTER BOX Write to us at ROOM 217, The Daily Mirror, Fetter Lane, E.C.4 Mr. WWII, of kottorieg, writes : Miss L of Soovell-rd., Now, funny-cuts, try to answer this question for me. Is it possible to cure consumption if it is caught in its early stages? Just for once, tr
May 20, 1938 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE ONLY HONEST KAN IN SLIGO

THE ONLY HONEST KAN IN SLIGO

FOR ONE-HUNDRED-AND-TIFTY YEARS HE'S STOOD AT ROSSES POINT, POINT ING OUT THE CHANNEL LEADING TO FRE HARBOUR. THZ OVAL PICTUR? YOU SZZ A PAINTIR GIVING HIM A " WASH AND BRUSH-UP." THAT IS WHAT CAPTAINS 0? SHIPS LEAVING THE IRISH HARBOUR OF SLIGO CALL THE 10ft. HIGH, SEVEN-TON ME
May 20, 1938 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Derby 'Hopes' in Thrilling Race By THE HURDLER

Derby 'Hopes' in Thrilling Race By THE HURDLER

The final of the Wood Lane Invitation Stakes may, or may not, reveal next month's Derby winner, but it is certain to produce a thrilling race this evening at the White City. The trap draw has worked out admirably in making the race a very open one. The fastest dogs are undoubted
May 2, 1936 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Quinn, a young reserve forward, who has been attracting a good deal of attention from other clubs. In the League—and

Quinn, a young reserve forward, who has been attracting a good deal of attention from other clubs. In the League—and

particularly in the SecDnd Division—to-day is "if " day. If Charlton beat Port Vale, Charlton will go up and Port Vale down. If Charlton Jose, Port Vale will be safe—if Barnsley also lose. Goal average is likely to decide the struggle in the Southern Third Division, and the odds
May 2, 1936 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
King Cricket Again To-day CHAMPIONS AT LORD'SINDIA'S BIG TEST

King Cricket Again To-day CHAMPIONS AT LORD'SINDIA'S BIG TEST

King Cricket Again To -day CHAMPIONS AT LORD'SINDIA'S BIG TEST Enter cricket . . . exit football . . c.nd the change-over of our national sports all on the same day sets a pretty problem for the more enthusiastic supporters of both games. Cricket has a good send-off, too . . . th
May 2, 1936 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PRINRUE GORIOR Is ts marry a :slew

PRINRUE GORIOR Is ts marry a :slew

ONEyoung woman who is busy getting ready for her wedding to-morrow week Is Miss Primrose Gordon, who lives in Dorset, and marrying Mr. Michael Morley, of the 10th Bois] Hussars. The wedding will be held in the lovely old church at Cranborne—l believe the church Is Saxon. though
September 21, 1938 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SITUATIONS VACANT

SITUATIONS VACANT

FORCE Hundreds of sae•neier r young men age 27 Start L 3 ',Ott , / Ordinary rdues- F.,r FREE detaila of age. helpht apply CC I Dept 132 335, [lon no. and • Hier r High Holborn W ( (~ZECHFTARIES Lady Cleikk. train for a better post through Pitmans College. booklet tree -Writ. to-
September 21, 1938 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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October 18, 1937 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England