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of his home, the wanderer takes his bedstead to a safer place. But it looks like being a pretty hard

of his home, the wanderer takes his bedstead to a safer place. But it looks like being a pretty hard

resting ! There's no bed. And the sea lions think she is the biggest break they've ever had. She has quickly won their hearts' and no mother could have more devotion for her children than Jessie for her five charges. One of them, Jimmie, is so devoted to her that he follows - he
January 3, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
The Voi■ ce chief General George L. Carpenter, sixty-seven - year - old ief of the Salvation Army, who gave

The Voi■ ce chief General George L. Carpenter, sixty-seven - year - old ief of the Salvation Army, who gave

the address last night in the 8.8. C. service, believes in pushing " hot religion." You Heard When nt e y l e e a c r t e d General General Carpenter,Ev a Evangeline n e w Booth'sho started s succes- sor c c h e i s s - sor career as a " printer's devil " in an Australian news -
January 22, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SECURITY GIVES MEN COURAGE

SECURITY GIVES MEN COURAGE

In the four months of the war, more than £30,000 has been expended by the Soldiers', Sailors' and Airmen's Families Association to relieve distress among the families of men in the Forces. This figure was quoted by General Sir Edmund Ironside last night in a broadcast, appeal fo
January 22, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Percussion of one shellburst was so fierce that it sent snow cascading from the roofs and knocked me sideways. No

Percussion of one shellburst was so fierce that it sent snow cascading from the roofs and knocked me sideways. No

need to ask about that one. The French battery kept firing with the Germans replying less frequently. I came to recognise the crump, crump, crump in ever-increasing speed—of the French shells, and the moan of the German ones. Under all sorts of cover from twigs to branches and e
January 22, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
There are 3 Sleep Groups

There are 3 Sleep Groups

2nd SLEEP GROUP This Group is made up of people who seem to sleep well enough yet find it impossible to stand up to war worry andanxicty. They get tired easily, feel " nervy," can't keep their mind on things. The reason is that excess acid waste products in the blood activate th
January 22, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
tHOUGHT MAN ON ROOM A CONVICT'

tHOUGHT MAN ON ROOM A CONVICT'

FF . XCITED people watched a man perched on the fortyfoot sloping roof of an empty house at Kennington Park-road, London, S.E., yesterday. As he disappeared behind a chimney stack someone shouted: " Maybe he's one of the escaped Dartmoor convicts." A woman ran to phone the polie
January 22, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SHOPS DEMAND 8 p.m. CLOSING

SHOPS DEMAND 8 p.m. CLOSING

A mass meeting of members of the National Federation of Small Shopkeepers decided at Leicester yesterday to send a resolution to the Home Secretary and to all M.P.s demanding that the blackout restrictions be relaxed to the utmost possible extent. and that shops be allowed to re
January 22, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FUN AND GAMES

FUN AND GAMES

Mr. A. J. TOZER, of Nightingo. road, N. 22, writes:— I refrain from the familiar phrase about having made a bet, but I was told that Narrowstreet, E. 14, is the narrowest street in London, and Shorter-street, E.l, is the 4 shortest. Is this correct ? ANSWER : Now why not have a
January 22, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BEELZEBUB JO

BEELZEBUB JO

BELINDA HADN'T OUGHTA SWALLER CLOUD ON ACCOUNT OF ITS TURRIGLE FER THE I 'JUN GOTTA BE PLUMS CAREFUL ON 'THESE NW% CRAFT ! ( NOW. Dow BE FRIGHTENED - JUST TELL ME HOW , , YOU GOT THIS 4 LADY'S BAG!
January 22, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
I-1 CAN'TL , SW-IT WAS S-SOME ONE I DON'T KNOW!

I-1 CAN'TL , SW-IT WAS S-SOME ONE I DON'T KNOW!

January 22, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England