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80110-lane, Acton.

80110-lane, Acton.

IN another five minutes a tar was cruising along Bollolane, Acton, where Mrs. Henrietta Mabel Sell was just setting out from her home in 80110-lane to do some shopping. The car slowed down. People thought it was stopping at a snack bar. Instead, a gun was pushed out of the car w
November 12, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BUCK RYAN

BUCK RYAN

gs a Bdie/yl/eda( wifh /5 /%e /led/ca/ officer C,:yo/"./NI. /e HO5 roam sees a piece of paper aria' piece i/7 a .......... ~s'
November 12, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Wednesday, November 12, 1941

Wednesday, November 12, 1941

November 12, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
YOUR SECRET SOUL

YOUR SECRET SOUL

Before you make a confession of something you have done wrong, make quite sure you are not doing it to escape making amends, or as a form of self-indulgence. Confession is often no better than a cheap method of getting release from the strain of your own conscience. ADVERTISER'S
November 12, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PUBS TOLD SELL "HOT DRINKS" OR YOU LOSE YOUR LICENCE

PUBS TOLD SELL "HOT DRINKS" OR YOU LOSE YOUR LICENCE

By Your Special Correspondent KING'S LYNN, Norfolk, Licensing Justices are not going to stand any nonsense about pub shutting because there is no intoxicating drink to sell. They have discovered an Act which gives them power to take away a licence if the pub shuts when it could
September 2, 1944 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
YOU'LL BE

YOU'LL BE

By Your Special Correspondent
September 2, 1944 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Who said men can pla

Who said men can pla

Who said men can MRS. HALE'S letter left me speechless with indignation ! " " I have never read such rubbish .. ." " I emphatically disagree with Mrs. Hale" These remarks give you the general tone of the letters that you sent in reply to the reader who said that there should not
September 2, 1944 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
AII.YES, YOU MAY GO. BELINDA 50 LONG AS YOU AVOID THE UNDEKLIFF ANO THE OLD COTTAGE, OF COUZSE! • gil

AII.YES, YOU MAY GO. BELINDA 50 LONG AS YOU AVOID THE UNDEKLIFF ANO THE OLD COTTAGE, OF COUZSE! • gil

' ,'l'",i , , . IS ...ON REFLECT - 10Ni THINK. YOU ARE RIGHT. YOU SHOULD INFORM THE POLICE DEAR LADY- AHL OF THIS MANS MOVEMENTS. AI WILL DO 50 PROFESSOR-KEEPING AT ONC E. . . HIGHTOR OUT OF IT-OF , • •c 5 COURSE! •• r I Me DAY 9 ( 4 dUS I WNAT, von 0 - , BEAT NE NEATRE" /'LL 71
September 2, 1944 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Hun flank in

Hun flank in

ruff Moon Today. MOONRISE-9.2 p.m. MOONSET-7.38 a.m. Tomorrow. BLACK-OU' LONDON 9.15 p.m. to 6.45 a.m. BIRMINGHAM 6.24 p.m. to 6.50 a.m. BRISTOL 0.25 p.m, ..t0 6.55 a.m. LIVERPOOL 9.31 p.m. to 6.64 a.m. ' TIMES: NEWCASTLE 9.27 p.m. to 6.45 a.m. GLASGOW 9.40 p.m. to 6.54 a.m. PEN
September 2, 1944 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Gestapo torture chamber GATEWAY ITAL Y HALF OPEN THE gateway into Northern Italy is now ajar and Allied armour is

Gestapo torture chamber GATEWAY ITAL Y HALF OPEN THE gateway into Northern Italy is now ajar and Allied armour is

in action to burst it wide open. . The Eighth Army has punched through the outer defences of the Gothic Line in four places and is engaged in bitter fighting in the sea- 4 side resort of Pesaro, coastal anchor of the line on the 1 ' Adriatic. British and Polish troops, . living
September 2, 1944 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England