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THE PUZZLE OF DUD COINS IN THE GAS METER

THE PUZZLE OF DUD COINS IN THE GAS METER

I'UHEN people put a dud coin in the gas meter because they have no shillings, is that fraud ? Magistrates, asked yesterday to decide this question, postponed an answer for four weeks to consider legal definitions of the word fraudulent." Before the Harrogate (Yorks, bench were s
December 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE REAL MOTIVE -BY MR. PRITT

THE REAL MOTIVE -BY MR. PRITT

N. MUTT. Briti.h counsel for Jomo (Burning Spear) Krnyatta. told the Kenya Supreme Court last night what he "suspected to be the real motive" for the charge of contempt of court laid ga inst him. Govt. Accused fhe Kenya Government. he suggested. "is really more interested in can
December 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NiNveDISCOVERED I,lsomethim

NiNveDISCOVERED I,lsomethim

Advertiser's This year a lot of people made a discovery. Something out of the ordinary—but something they were glad to know about. They tried 'ASPRO' for the first time—and they found lust why so many millions use it. Have you tried 'ASPRO'I Take two tablets and feel the effect w
December 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NATIONAL BENNIE MIXTURE

NATIONAL BENNIE MIXTURE

National Benzole Company Limited, Wellington House, Buckingham Gate, London, S. W.l distributing organisation owned and entirely controlled by the producers of British Benzoic)
December 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Batgain Basement

Batgain Basement

DURING the tirst world war a tighter atrcratt cast something in the neighbourhood of about £1,500 some of them in good flying order in the early twenties were sold at knockout sale prices of less than £lOO each During the second world war a Hurricane cost about £5,000. the Spitf
December 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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uECEMB R 31, 1952 THE DAILY MIRROR, DECEMBER 31, 1952 NO STAR Page 7 4. " bAILY MIRROR " REPORTER

uECEMB R 31, 1952 THE DAILY MIRROR, DECEMBER 31, 1952 NO STAR Page 7 4. " bAILY MIRROR " REPORTER

T I4E new pupil who called on music- teacher Mrs. Sarah Fitzgerald, 46, to airange an appointment was an attrac- tivetall, slim brunette. CHILDREN LOST LYnmoutk also t eighteen. 1 sh carried a red handbag that matched her l ink I red )at. Her hair was close cropped. Turquoise ea
December 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PRACTICAL HANDYWORK FOR ALL

PRACTICAL HANDYWORK FOR ALL

Meg. D. Mir. 20 96 and 97 Farringddn Street, London, E.C.4 Please send me. carriage paid. for sewn days' I RH- examination. "PRACTICAL HANDYORk I OR ALL". complete in rise soltunes. It understood that I may return the work %ohm eight days with no further obligation. If I keep it
December 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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December 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WHAT A LIFE

WHAT A LIFE

December 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Why keep kids in the dark?

Why keep kids in the dark?

lIVEEN VICTORIA.... Died 1901. That is the historical end of the world for most of Britain's schoolchildren. Fifty years of history—the most eventful, changeful half-century since the Year Zero—are for them a closed book. Whether the future British nation knows what has happened
December 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England