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GIRL AGED 3 IS HEROINE

GIRL AGED 3 IS HEROINE

IHREE-YEAH OLD girl tried to save her brother aged two from drowning, but he was too heavy and pulled her down in the water. The story was told at the Enfield inquest yesterday on John Donnelly, aged two, of Aldridge-avenue, Enileld Lock, Middlesex. The heroine was three-year-ol
March 15, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SMOKE HID HAMBURG IN BIG RAID

SMOKE HID HAMBURG IN BIG RAID

BLIIZ OVER CLYDE MANY homeless people were clothed and sheltered in rest centres yesterday after several hundred enemy aircraft had taken part in an intensive raid over the Clydeside on Thursday night. The raid lasted for some hours, and throughout the bombing and the heavy anti
March 15, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PLANS 5-DAY BLITZ HOMES

PLANS 5-DAY BLITZ HOMES

squads of workmen who will rush to blitzed areas to build bungalows for bombed-out workers and their families may be formed in the near future. This suggestion is to be"pul up to representatives city and borough councils who will meet in London on Tuesday to organise a national
March 15, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Saturday, March 15. 1941 CLAV SOIL Page . «► h Jtek . . *£. vßh .

Saturday, March 15. 1941 CLAV SOIL Page . «► h Jtek . . *£. vßh .

March 15, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Washing Hints

Washing Hints

prevent laundry turning grey be sure the water is soft. Fairly clean things never should be washed at the same time very soiled articles. Nor should suds be used after they become quite soiled and break down. Thorough rinsing helps keep washing white, but there is no reason for
March 15, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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TODAY'S SOCCER, 'CHASING AND GREYHOUNDS

TODAY'S SOCCER, 'CHASING AND GREYHOUNDS

LONDON football enthusiasts will midland CUP—Semi-Final.—NorthamDliave their first representative ton v. Walsall, game of the season today when the ! . TH , ER matches.—Army XI v. Huddersi British Army and the Allied. Armies ! i'iotl'icm n.io Lu ’. RAp XI ; meet at Stamford Brid
March 15, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CAN'T TURN OUT THESE EVACUEES

CAN'T TURN OUT THESE EVACUEES

you wish return to your furnished house which, your temporary absence, has been occupied b'. evacuees or bombed-out families, you have right of displacement, states the Minister Health in a Parlia- ■n answer. ;cal authorities, he adds, should requisition furnished houses until o
March 15, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
JAP ENVOY TO AUSTRALIA

JAP ENVOY TO AUSTRALIA

First Japanese Minister to the Commonwealth of Australia. Mr. Tatsuo Kawai, presented his credentials to the Governor-General, Lord Gowrie. Canberra yesterday.—Reuter.
March 15, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WHAT’S IN A PRINCESS’S HANDBAG? Mi IT? Mrs. Giles looked on expect it's much the same any other woman's. Little

WHAT’S IN A PRINCESS’S HANDBAG? Mi IT? Mrs. Giles looked on expect it's much the same any other woman's. Little

An Giles cried, so she knaws To stay her tears, the Duchess Kent opens her bag whil; -J Vf * i*\{ &
March 15, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DON’T BANK ON NAZI REVOLT

DON’T BANK ON NAZI REVOLT

It would be dangerous if policy were influenced by any assump tion of an early revolution in manv, states a neutral diplomat wn» has just completed a special anssioo to the Reich. „ The German masses todav an tired of the war rationing. State co& trol of property labour and P li
March 7, 1941 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England