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moved HOUSE 2 MILES TO SAVE IT

moved HOUSE 2 MILES TO SAVE IT

* raider dropped close by seemed brick house m the Holland, near was done for. roof shifted, the came down and the went out. edge began to crumble until it was only six feet from the front door. But Mr Martlnall who used keep the local store, had an Idea He bought the property a
November 8, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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AUVfe'KI Q ANNOUNCEMENT GLEAMING... How very attractive* lair hair look# waatu'd with Amami bhacnp<*o No 5. It with colour, ahines the auulight with brigh* frc*sh tones, looks 'alive' with health and vitalifir. Brunettes use Aniami No, 1, .Pur. Taa) FAIR
November 8, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
AM AM I mDftY NIGHT IS AMAHI NIGHT VALPEDA ANTISEPTIC FOOT BALM

AM AM I mDftY NIGHT IS AMAHI NIGHT VALPEDA ANTISEPTIC FOOT BALM

AM AM I mDftY NIGHT IS NIGHT VALPEDA ANTISEPTIC FOOT BALM Crime Simon is being made again! Soon there will more in the shops! Crime Simon the different skin food, used a different way. Moisten the face well. Then massage with Crime Simon for 30 seconds while skin is still damp. T
November 8, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
It II W !M T B E E S

It II W !M T B E E S

It T B E E For present but hope not lor loot ihere are large part* the loumry where Rowniree’s ChtKoiate cannot be told. yd.
November 8, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
12,000 WILL FLY HOME EVERY MONTH

12,000 WILL FLY HOME EVERY MONTH

AT least 12,000 Servicemen will be flown home from the Far East each month during the coming winter under the special air trooping scheme, Mr John Strachey, Under-Secretary for Air. said In the Commons yesterday. Everything will done ensure the safety of the men travelling In co
November 8, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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THE DAILY MIRR, HE SPIED ONI DEFENCES F AN EM DAS

THE DAILY MIRR, HE SPIED ONI DEFENCES F AN EM DAS

A PORTUGUESE who spied on us from his country and used invisible ink to send messages to the ent sentence in this country now. He was tried, convicted, appealed and had his appeal dismissed u He would have been hanged, but the Home Secretary reprieved All these facts were made k
November 8, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
He admitted that he wrote j^si more than one letter contain- in* messages in Invisible ink j (j and that

He admitted that he wrote j^si more than one letter contain- in* messages in Invisible ink j (j and that

he knew that the man to whom he sent them y was German secret service { agent operating in Lisbon. j w At his lodging were found the craft bottle in which brought the liquid to this country and pii sharpened piece of wood with which he wrote the secret mes- On ti sages. after Hi
November 8, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Ccmplsin to me,

Ccmplsin to me,

had Just been told that his Daddy. Dilot had broken the world's air speed record at 606 m.p.h. Corrected figures hadn't yet shown it was Group Captain Wilson who had set the record. Rut Richard, who had taken a minute-by-minute interest in the attempt, was cautious, v wav, '■ I'
November 8, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Alexander is made Governor of Canada

Alexander is made Governor of Canada

T.IIELD-MARSHAL SIR HAR OLD ALEXANDER, last man off the beaches at Dunkirk, leader of the tiny British force which withdrew from Burma before vastly superior Japanese force in 1942. and conqueror of Italy, is to succeed the Kings uncle, the seventy-one-year-old Earl of Athlone,
August 1, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
"More rail strikes on Sunday"

"More rail strikes on Sunday"

' no Sunday work rail strike will greatly extended next Sunday, claims Mr. Tom Moran. Liverpool, one of the leaders in the movement. It was unlikely, said, that anvthing satisfactory would heard that time on the negotiations in Loudon between the rail unions and the companies on
August 1, 1945 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England