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A MAN'S PROBLEM:

A MAN'S PROBLEM:

"Shall we wait to marry or live with our parents ?" DOROTHY DIX'S REPLY: "Wait. Living with in-laws is a risky experiment " " DEAR DOROTHY DlX,—Our wedding day was set when the sudden need of money for business made it impossible for us to marry and set up the little home we had
November 19, 1937 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
OCK EXCHANGE

OCK EXCHANGE

Henley's Tel. .... 19/3 Imp. Airways 26/6 I. Tea Stores .... 13/3 I. Chem. Ord. .. 35/6 Imps. Johnson & Phil... 41/- Mks. & Sp. "A" .. 57/6 Morris Motor .... 34/- P. & 0. Dfd. 22/6 Ranks, Ltd. (5/-) 18/9 Ranks 6 p.c. Pf... 28/3 Reed, A. E., Ord. 34/- Reed, A. E., Pf. 30/- Rolls-
November 19, 1937 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
... FUNNY.' /ALWAYS' USED O W O E T LL N ! o l'V iv E CEneKRI To Y bo

... FUNNY.' /ALWAYS' USED O W O E T LL N ! o l'V iv E CEneKRI To Y bo

TO WANT A SOFT ..... PAY/ AND THE M OVE Y NO WORK PLENTY • • . • THAT'S WHAT WE ~..: .:::::5:3 smAL ,AT LEAST WANTED WHEN WE CAME . U L A R T OF THE ARA/ I V .'
November 19, 1937 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ON WAY BACK

ON WAY BACK

LYING-OFFICER A. E. Clouston and Mrs. Kirby-Green, flying 7,000 miles from Capetown back to London, hope to be home for luncheon to-morrow. Seven hours after their take-off at dawn yesterday the flyers reached Broken Hill, Rhodesia. They landed, after a rain storm, perfectly on
November 19, 1937 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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7 5

November 19, 1937 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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November 19, 1937 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
To-day on the first floor Special Opening lisplay of the Red, Mulberry, Cran- Bottle, Poppy. Calmat berry, Bronze. MATRON'S HAT

To-day on the first floor Special Opening lisplay of the Red, Mulberry, Cran- Bottle, Poppy. Calmat berry, Bronze. MATRON'S HAT

in good quality fur tion, Wine, Dark Cop-12'9 per, Light Grey, Sizes: 7, 71 felt, square crown, softly folded mush- Liberty, and 71. Prlce room. brim, folded at back, finished Lido,Navy, 12'9 Box and post 1/- ruched velvet. Shades: Black, Navy, Bla c k. ^olatr Bottl, W' 12'9 Pri
September 15, 1931 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PETROL FOR WASPS

PETROL FOR WASPS

T this time of the year, when women are busy jam making, the wasps (though perhaps not so numerous as previous years) are a pest. A cheap and simple way to destroy their nests is to pour half a pint of petrol in the entrance to the wasps' home at night. F. GRUNDY.
September 15, 1931 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HOUSES PLATS, ETC., TO LET

HOUSES PLATS, ETC., TO LET

BARGAIN.—£IS6 p.a., was 'tl7s; beauthul mansion flat, three bed., two sit., kitchen, bath, two w.c.s.—'Phone, Pa dd. 3386. FLAT, unfurnished, to let, 255. per week, in Woodside Park, Finchley; five minutes from tram and train; bed, sitting and bath rooms, kitchen, gas and electr
September 15, 1931 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England