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May 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BEN'S NINE BOUNDARIES ANCASIIIRE beat the M.C.C. by eight wickets at Lord's yesterday, but they were held until midafternoon because

BEN'S NINE BOUNDARIES ANCASIIIRE beat the M.C.C. by eight wickets at Lord's yesterday, but they were held until midafternoon because

of a ferocious attack upon Roy Tattersall by former Australian Test wicket-keeper Ben Barnet. now playing and working in Bucks. It looked odds on a Lancs success before lunch. with Roy Tattersall. five for eleven, bowling in top form. Barnett changed the scene and hit nine bound
May 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
POLICE GUARD MAIL TRAIN

POLICE GUARD MAIL TRAIN

3 am. night mail from Marylebone Station to Carlisle was guarded by extra police before it left this morning after railway police bad found mailbag had been tampered with. The platform from wl..ch the train left was cordoned otT after detectives on a routine check had found two
May 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
31 5 NO IS ON TO CHEAP FISH FOR THE HOUSEWIFE

31 5 NO IS ON TO CHEAP FISH FOR THE HOUSEWIFE

BRITAIN was last night fighting to save the housewife's cheap fish—the cod on which thousands of homes depend to eke out their meat ration. The threat to our fish supplies comes from Iceland. whose Government has barred trawlers from the rich fishing grounds that have provid Bri
May 5, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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May 5, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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A don iiira — were si tin g round, all beautifully dressed, silent. plump. most with greying traces of curly hair, some with smart young popsies standing by them. I watched one guy lose 220,000. That's the wrong table for me.' I murmured, and moved over to a roulette table where
May 5, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LAST LEE

LAST LEE

enee that all ranks In Indtitr% must be determined to do •an eneigetic and honest days cork and to serve the public Interest and the nations economic needs'—whether industry was publicly or urivattiv owned
May 5, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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trains

uperatu thr announce toddy Because of re-arranged schedules t irely new week-end services will run between London and the Cumberland coast, the gastern counties. the West England and South Wales The Coinish Harlem Express C ap i talth id-day Scot and the Limited will all be weed
May 5, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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LIP ACTIVITDA delight Lady Mane Rams. Long dors in son and wind are a joy to her since she how effectirely Pond's Vanishing Crease protects her jai► skin and holds her powder assn. •Elt TEI.FryIoNE aim 'IN RI and her busy, aeries lije leer's lady Furies hale tins* elalivrass bea
May 5, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
A Man smokes A PI PE...„

A Man smokes A PI PE...„

more these live reams's A pipe of good tobacco is far more satisfying I . . compktely so, if it's Afrikander ! r A pipe helps a man to work . . . every shred I of Afrikander is a gentle stimulant to thought r A pipe cuts the cost of smoking . . . parti! cularly at Afrikander's e
May 5, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England