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She had been given twenty- four hours - until 10.15 a.m. today - to leave Uruguayan waters or be interned.

She had been given twenty- four hours - until 10.15 a.m. today - to leave Uruguayan waters or be interned.

She had been given twenty four hours —until 10.15 n.na. today —to leave Uruguayan waters or be interned. Officials reported no warships sight for fifty miles. The 8.268-ton Tacoma's captain was stated to be determined to scuttle his ship beside the Graf Spee if he found British w
January 1, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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January 1, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TOWN COOKS JOMT.2VEG.

TOWN COOKS JOMT.2VEG.

SUNDAY dinners, piping hot from the corporation showrooms. were delivered free to housewives by a town council yesterday. It was no publicity stunt. Mystery sewer explosions caused the gas supply at Yeovil, Somerset, to be cut on. Swift Action Some tried to cook breakfast holdin
January 1, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FIVE CATS OUT OF THIS BAO

FIVE CATS OUT OF THIS BAO

ten - week - old kittens jumped out when vorkmen at Maryvale Paper Mills, Traralgon, Victoria. Australia, opened a case of machinery sent from England. The kittens most have been born In the crate, securely bolted throughout Use yourney. Their mother had kept herself alive eatin
January 1, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ALLIED ARMY IN IRAQ’ REPORT

ALLIED ARMY IN IRAQ’ REPORT

HOME radio reported last night that 300.000 British and French crack troops are massed in Iraq readv to repulse 800.000 Soviet troops concentrated on the Afghanistan frontier. The Allied Farces, said Rome, are commanded by the French General Weygand, and the announcer added that
January 1, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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January 1, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LIFE PRISONER HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY

LIFE PRISONER HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY

FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT Dewusb. Dorset, Sunday. BIRTHDAY greetings from her friends In many parts of the world arrived today for a frail, white-haired woman. Miss Harriett Crltchell, “the Prisoner of Dewllsh.” Today she Is elghts-slx years old, and today she starts on her fif
January 1, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HE LIVED FOR SHAKESPEARE

HE LIVED FOR SHAKESPEARE

FRANK BENSON, the actormanager who was famous all over the country for his Shakespearean performances, died yesterday at his home in Holland-road, West Kensington, aged eighty-one. He brought Shakespeare the people and spent ever; penny in doing so. Nothing deterred him from mak
January 1, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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January 1, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
4th MONTH Decraber Ito "“ms 3 '' WAR Dec. I.—Bitter lighting in Finland. Soviet troops invade by parachute. Dee. liner

4th MONTH Decraber Ito "“ms 3 '' WAR Dec. I.—Bitter lighting in Finland. Soviet troops invade by parachute. Dee. liner

Watussi scuttled. Three C-beats reported sunk. Dee. 3.—K-A.K. bomb German warships near Hellpi land. Dec. 4.—The Kins arrives on Western Front. Britain has 1.12 MM under arms. Doric Star sunk by pocket battleship. (This was Graf Spec.) Dec. 5. —Soviet start new ollensive. Finns
January 1, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England