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By CLARE HOUSE

By CLARE HOUSE

“But directly led us and placed rang the manufacturers after the us above meanness and the perpetual raid and said we wanted glass for raid eye on the main chance, well repairs, we got all we wanted the same above profiteering. day/’ It may be a sad inflection that it’s do this,
September 2, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
There’s no profiteering in glass, taken a w association and the Board of us f

There’s no profiteering in glass, taken a w association and the Board of us f

There’s no profiteering in glass, taken a association and the Board us f compla hysterical, but. Im advising shopkeepers whose windows I've repiaced NOT to have them done till the end the war they get blown out again. We’re letting council firms have glass at practically cost pri
September 2, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Monday. September 2. 1940

Monday. September 2. 1940

September 2, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LIVE-LETTER BOX

LIVE-LETTER BOX

[Any Old Rags! I 1 HOPE Sir Kingsley Wood will practise what preaches. In the House of Commons he said: To shabby is patriotic.” As these M.P.S do a lot of sitting. I suggest that they are well fitted to lead the way—no one will notice a few patches on their pants—pardon me. tro
September 2, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
INTEREST

INTEREST

Mr. W. F. SCOTT, of Portland House Eaton-road. Margate, writes;— Can you tell me if Air Minister Sit Archibald Sinclair owns three parts ol Berlin ? ANSWER Wonder why you should ask that. , , You don't think we ouqht to oonw it by any chance If so you seem to atjreement with eve
September 2, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

Page 5 Oat of the Limelight, but Still in the Bill! CHILD-MARRIA Mr. A, WHARNSBY, of Rosemary road. I’eckham, writes;— I told a pal of mine that people living in the Southern Stales of the US A very often marry young. imole. a boy of ten might marry a girl of the same age He tol
September 2, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SAW A BOMB KILL SIX

SAW A BOMB KILL SIX

BY the flash ol a bomb a man saw his three sons, married daughter, and two grandchildren [ killed in raid. He and his wife, who Is still In hospital, are the only survivors of eleven people trapped in the cellar of north-east England town house which was wrecked on Friday. He is
September 2, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DANISH SHIP HITS MINE

DANISH SHIP HITS MINE

The Danish passenger steamer, Riese. struck British mine off Svendsborg and was torn to pieces,” according to the German wireless. Ten of the passengers and crew were killed, including the captain.— 1 Reuter.
September 2, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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1940

September 2, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BOMB 1

BOMB 1

a bomb a man ;e sons, married o grandchildren who is still In hossurvivors of eleven the cellar of a town house which iday. idfield. aged fortybeen placed in the e German airmen down. has now been told , William, aged sixvelve. and Andrew, led, and also her Elizabeth Tarrant. Ir
September 2, 1940 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England