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FLYING DUTCHMAN

FLYING DUTCHMAN

H IGH spot of the Herne Hill (London) cycle "meeting of champions" on Saturday is the duel over three 1,000-metres sprints between world professional champion Reg Harris and Aril Van Vliet, the flying Dutchman. Van Vllet was beaten by Harris in the semi-final for the world title
September 7, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIR

THE DAILY MIR

• Take a tip from old hand when it comes to fly fishing By BERNARD VENABLES "Daily Mirror " Angling Correspondent TEbest books on fishing are not necessaril the newest. I want to remind you of two that were first published before the war. One, of which a new edition has apared,
September 7, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
'OPEN' TRANSFER MAN FLIES TO !OS IN ITALY Prank Rawcllffe. 27, Aldershot centre forward. who was on the open to

'OPEN' TRANSFER MAN FLIES TO !OS IN ITALY Prank Rawcllffe. 27, Aldershot centre forward. who was on the open to

transfer Hat during the close season. has signed for Alesaandria. an Italian club. He left by air yesterday. Rawcliffe was previously with Newpor: County and Swansea . A Page 11
September 7, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LEAVE ME IN, SHIRLEY CRIES

LEAVE ME IN, SHIRLEY CRIES

Continued from Page One the twenty-ninth person and the eleventh woman—to conquer the Channel. Planes circled overhead Shirley's green bathing costume advertised across her breast the name of an Amerman film. She had been promised the Job of " amphibious press agent " to the fil
September 7, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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September 7, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Adirertisor's Ameowncernewit 0 6 r4 '

Adirertisor's Ameowncernewit 0 6 r4 '

September 7, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
OUR TOWN

OUR TOWN

September 7, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Readers are still telling us on a postcard what their towns mean to them Blackburn I LIVE in the worst

Readers are still telling us on a postcard what their towns mean to them Blackburn I LIVE in the worst

town in Lancashire. Mostly -IL rows upon rows of squalid houses packed close together, like sardines. For miles the landscape is marred by tall factory chimneys which spout out filthy black smoke. covering everything with dirt. People drop litter in the streets instead of in the
September 7, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ss. for Party base I The slae of the t•eek frill in the free pattern for a child's party Moose,

ss. for Party base I The slae of the t•eek frill in the free pattern for a child's party Moose,

printed on Monday, August 29, should, at raurse. have read: by 3114n."—NOT tlia. by 3l
September 7, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Too much milk now—if we drank as we did in 1939 I F people were drinking only as much milk

Too much milk now—if we drank as we did in 1939 I F people were drinking only as much milk

as they did in 1939. there would now be a surplus, not a shortage, of milk, Mr. 11. A. Pepperell, secretary of the Milk Marketing Board, said yesterday. In 1939, the average consumption of each person every day was under half a pint, he said at Wallington, Surrey. Now it is near
September 7, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England