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May 22, 1947 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THEY PUT CHEWED BOOKS ON SNOW

THEY PUT CHEWED BOOKS ON SNOW

THEY PUT CHEWED BOOKS SNOW BOOBS chewed by puppies. books dropped in the mud or "drowned" In Ink and tea are fn a library *Chamber of Horrors* set up In Orpington. Kent. public library. Object Is to Improve 'book manners" of tbeborrower& _Attention Is abe draws to _ flie;raiiil -
May 22, 1947 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Railway he loved to watch killed a boy

Railway he loved to watch killed a boy

"'NETER HARRISON, aged A four, was enjoying his favourite pastime watching trains—with brother Kenneth, aged three. at Lewisham. St.. yesterday. when he fell on a live rail' and was electrocuted. Kenneth tried to null him Se safety and was badly burned on the arm and leg. Sent o
May 22, 1947 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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May 22, 1947 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WHAT IT'S LUE TO BE IN A FIRE

WHAT IT'S LUE TO BE IN A FIRE

MISS JOSEPHINE WOOD, 41, opened the door of room she shared with Miss Minnie Stanley at Durlston Court Boarding School, Barton-on- Sea, Hants. Smoke burst in. Then they knew why the siren had sounded as they rested on their beds, on Sunday evening. The school was on Bre. And the
May 22, 1947 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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May 22, 1947 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
`Whiner' kills 2 men TWO men were killed and four injured when a " whiner "—a hydro-electric machine which extracts

`Whiner' kills 2 men TWO men were killed and four injured when a " whiner "—a hydro-electric machine which extracts

water and impurities from dyed materials—burst at a dye works in Bollington, near Macclesfield, Cheshire, yesterda y. The dead men are Walter Biggar 34. of Jackson-lane, Berridge, Cheshire. and Jack Gee. at Leigh-street, Macclesfield. They were blown twenty yards. Three of the f
May 22, 1947 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
COAL FROM ABROAD LIKELY

COAL FROM ABROAD LIKELY

4,IEVENTEEN countries yester• day discussed In London the first application by Britain for an allocation of coal from Europe. Last night, Mr. Basil Aland, Secretary of the Ears. peas Coal Organisation. said no deeisien had yet been reached on the request bet "an allocation would
May 22, 1947 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ART TREASURES OF NATION STOLEN

ART TREASURES OF NATION STOLEN

ART dealers today will be thirty miniatures—many from given a list of £30.000 the Royal Academy—from the Persian carpets and valtobie ! wails on Tuesday night as the Victorian miniatures st-11 , 1. I staff slept in rooms nearby. Tram Dorneywood H;tlse. Tan- I Dorneywood. a Queen
May 22, 1947 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WANED!

WANED!

THE third reading of the Town and Country Planning Bill means that at last the land has been brought under control. All parties have for many years wanted to do what Mr. Silken has done, though they have not wanted to do it in the same way. The Minister makes a point of warning
May 22, 1947 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England