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TUESDAY IS CUTS-DAY

TUESDAY IS CUTS-DAY

By BILL GREIG MR R A BUTLER is now to announce his new economy cuts after Parliament has met on Tuesday afternoon In the evening the Chancellor will explain his proposals in a broadcast. to have been made by Mr. Churchill on Tuesclay about his New York visit has now been cancell
January 26, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GIANT-FLOW. DUTCH 6 LiJG;ADIOLI Red. Mauve. Pink. Orange Yellow. Salmon. White or mxd. LILIUM TICRINUM 3d. ea for 1/3. Lillian

GIANT-FLOW. DUTCH 6 LiJG;ADIOLI Red. Mauve. Pink. Orange Yellow. Salmon. White or mxd. LILIUM TICRINUM 3d. ea for 1/3. Lillian

Regale. Id. ea . 6 for 2/11. 18 FREESIA. V-. 60 RANUNCULI. 1/-. 75 ANEMONES. 1/.. 3 BUSH ROSES 4'6 GOLD MEDAL varieties. Orange. Salmon, Red. Pink. Yell. Paul Scarlet & other Climbing Roses. 2/3 ea. BUSH APPLES. _CHERR PEARS 3/3 ES EACH (3-yr.-old De.,,ert & Cooking). 1 2 yr. Ma
January 26, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LAWTON TAKES OVER LEAD TOMMY LAWTON leads the Notts County attack against Queen's Park Rangers. changing places with McCormack who

LAWTON TAKES OVER LEAD TOMMY LAWTON leads the Notts County attack against Queen's Park Rangers. changing places with McCormack who

will be at inside right with Broome on the wing. Jimmy Jackson, 18, returns at inside left, the position occupied by Broome last week. Brentford restore Fred Monk as centre forward against Nottingham Forest as Wally Bragg, reserve half back who led the line last week, has a toe
January 26, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
I SEE IT AGAIN WHEN dream

I SEE IT AGAIN WHEN dream

ellers, she says MKS. Madeleine Milder, widow of film magnate Max Milder, pictured with her dog, Fenris, last night, after a 05,000 jewellery and fur robbery at her Surrey home. All the stolen gems were presents given her by " the loveliest husband a woman could have," she said:
January 23, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
OVATIONS

OVATIONS

ion of " Building tended for everyno matter what _ is of equal value to the craftsman engaged on repair work and to the builder and his foreman who have to organise such work.
January 23, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
f broke junglei will to fight Newly-weds will be hit if this U-scheme ends, union warns

f broke junglei will to fight Newly-weds will be hit if this U-scheme ends, union warns

f broke jungle i will to fight Newly-weds will be hit if this U-scheme ends, union warns a de t THE 70,000 strong National Union of Furniture T r o st i7theOplrtria li t t i v ve f s u N r , n es i t t e u r r d e a se y h w e a m rn e ed is th en e d G ed ove n r ag irl ai n e n
January 23, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Altyby THE OLD CODGERS

Altyby THE OLD CODGERS

OLD CODGERS • P. R writes f rom e t • road, The face minds"'lestard during the war. to dinner when dishing uP Ringer mudding noticed it was rather more highly than usualtut the sweet course 4 enjoyed bY all' by their Next morn-117,,,,1 discovered to my that I had used make-up. in
January 23, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
!MANS 12 Match Penny Results Pool. 12 Correct 11 Correct 10 Correct Pool 2-3 Draws - Pool 4-10 Res:ilts -

!MANS 12 Match Penny Results Pool. 12 Correct 11 Correct 10 Correct Pool 2-3 Draws - Pool 4-10 Res:ilts -

Pool 5 —Nothing Barred Aways Pool Pool 6 - Double Chance 204 - Easy Six AI. Piols to units of 1/- except id Shermans Cardiff,
January 23, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PUT•U•UP

PUT•U•UP

PUT-U-UP SHOWROOMS London: 3, Prfnces St., Regent St., W.l. from your Furnishers Bolton: Wolfenden St. Glasgow: 259, Sauchiehall St..
January 25, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HUNT FOR HIT-AN, The stolen lorry that answered the description of the one that knocked down a seventy-year-old man in

HUNT FOR HIT-AN, The stolen lorry that answered the description of the one that knocked down a seventy-year-old man in

Farringdon - street, ne a r Fleet-street. London on )-RUN LORRY ENDS Wednesday, wa s found abandoned in Blackwalllane, Greenwich, London, last night. The man, Mr. John Woodward, of Forest Gate. died later in hospital
January 25, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England