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Popeye HAEMORRHOIDS

Popeye HAEMORRHOIDS

A Doctor’s Formula Gives rompt Relief and Certain Cure What would vou give be really cured of those torturing piles ? find protrusions growing less and less until thev finally disappear, never torment vou again. A doctor's formula brings this relief within the reach of even suff
July 6, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
17 YEARS’WAIT. WED 6 MONTHS

17 YEARS’WAIT. WED 6 MONTHS

VMAN and woman met when he was twenty-six and she »a* twenty-four. Ten years later they became engaged. Seven years later they married. Six MONTHS later they parted Yesterday the husband was granted a decree nisi on the ground the wile a desertion. The story was told In the Divo
July 6, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CINEMAS

CINEMAS

METROPOLE—(Vic. 4673 ' Typhoon (A). Joe Ethel Turp Call on Pn-MCk-nt <A). NEW GALLERY—CONVOY \A Saint* Double Trouble »Ai. 12.5, 1.65, 4 7 ODEON. Leic.-sq.—Fr. 11.45 a.m Wal brook. Diana Wvnyard in “Gaslight' »Ai PLAZA. R Milland. Without I Met Him in Pans »A WF. ARE NO! Married
July 6, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
STOLL ALONE

STOLL ALONE

WARNER. An Aneel from (irhuny Get Your Gun «D». 10. 12 20. 2..55. 5.30. fc 5. EXHIBITIONS MADAME TUSSAlfO*S —Open 109. 1/6. GREYHOUNDS CATFORD STD Ton A Every Rat. m. (Olh«*r J«) PERSONAL PARENT meet Strand Palace five. THE DAILY MIRROR, Saturday. July
July 6, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
‘Wanted on the , .Voyage’-Maybe. (

‘Wanted on the , .Voyage’-Maybe. (

‘Wanted on the , .Voyage’-Maybe. Seen at London terminus yesterday was this sailor ol the French Merchant Navy. Among his sparse luggage is a lifebelt. It may have got l’’’n out a spot already, so he’s clinging tightly to it fwM |T^ /I IfeHMMfH
July 6, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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BERLIN SAYS EIRE FEARS PROTECTION BY BRITAIN

BERLIN SAYS EIRE FEARS PROTECTION BY BRITAIN

Germany Is continuing her propaganda campaign about Britain’s threat to the neutrality of Eire. Articles in German newspapers, the aim of which may be to find a Nazi pretext to invade Eire, refer to reports from leading national Irish circles in New York that B offered a guarant
July 6, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
OFFICERS STAND ON Da ily Minx = BRIDGE TO DIE

OFFICERS STAND ON Da ily Minx = BRIDGE TO DIE

\VHEN the Arandora Star was torpedoed off the west coast of Ireland the Army officers in charge of the regimental guard gave their lifebelts to others, walked on to the bridge and went down with the ship with the liner’s captain and other officers. This was revealed by survivors
July 6, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SWEDEN PASSES NAZI TROOPS

SWEDEN PASSES NAZI TROOPS

SWEDEN has granted Germany the right to move war materials and soldiers on leave over her railways to Norway. A Swedish Foreign Office communique explained: Hostilities having ceased in Norway, the restrictions caused bv the war in regard to transit to and from Norway have been
July 6, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HAAKON NOT TO ABDICATE

HAAKON NOT TO ABDICATE

KINO Haakon of Norway has refused to abdicate response to a telegram sent by members of the Presidential Board of Norway acting under German pressure. In his reply the King says; The freedom and independence of the Norwegian people to me the first commandment of our constitution
July 9, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
AIDED ESCAPED WAR PRISONER CHARGE

AIDED ESCAPED WAR PRISONER CHARGE

Edward James Hutchings Wylie, fortv-three. radio engineer, and Mrs. Lucy Wvlie. thirtv-four, of Castlenau, Barnes, S.W.. were at Bow-street, London, yesterday remanded in custody charged with harbouring an escaped prisoner of war. George Willi Gustav Barnick, and aiding him with
July 9, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England