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Mr. and Mrs. B. Jay

Mr. and Mrs. B. Jay

IN the heart of London's Kensington this week two blue jays have been conducting their own private " air-lift "—and divebombing passers-by who have been too nosey !—in order to feed and protect three fledglings who fell out of their nest in Vicarage-gate and cannot get back.
June 14, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
By NOEL WHITCOMB

By NOEL WHITCOMB

She certainly got me interested. Miss Raeburn looks like anybody's grandma who is managing to live decently on less than some people spend on cigarettes. She has a lot of character in her face. the long, strong fingers of a musician, and she wears a silk shantung dress that once
June 14, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Fat fussy t the smallest 1.00111 I sprinkle Harpic into the bowl last thing at night. It starts to clean

Fat fussy t the smallest 1.00111 I sprinkle Harpic into the bowl last thing at night. It starts to clean

and disinfect at once. SO easy to use ! I lease it overnight so that genn-k illing Harpic ... can its work. Find. t h ing next morning —I flush the bowl. No brush can reach round the hidden S-bend 1 where disease germ. may breed. But Harpic L. can— it deep-cleans! Yes—a little H
June 14, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
`No school doctor in years'

`No school doctor in years'

THE refusal of doctors to accept Durham County Council's " closed shop " policy is now having an effect, a Durham headmaster told the National Association of Head Teachers' conference here today. The headmaster, Mr. W. English, said: medical inspection of children has taken plac
June 3, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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June 3, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HOLIDAY ..AND

HOLIDAY ..AND

A FTER a bad start, the Whitsun holiday finished yesterday even worse than it began—with rainstorms and high windt and very little sunshine. Along the east coast holidaymakers were leaning against the high wind as they battled their way along the promenade. (win with b companied
June 3, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
rdict against FATHER SEES BABY iuman starts I A YOUNG father watched in horror yester 2 three-year-old son, trapped in

rdict against FATHER SEES BABY iuman starts I A YOUNG father watched in horror yester 2 three-year-old son, trapped in

a pram, wad 0 4 fifteen yards on the front of a car and death in a busy Manchester street. APO' The car, travelling down Stockport -road , swerved to avoid Mr. Leonard Bowden, of Cistri' Re street, Longsight, who stepped into the road. Mr. Bowden, who fell dead. "DAILY MIRROR "
June 3, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LI IA REDUCED PRICE: 213 PER DOZ.

LI IA REDUCED PRICE: 213 PER DOZ.

June 3, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
igement. Bowl's Mishap , the Beckhampton traits )d, Deuce and Buckhou men, Aristophanes a on Wednesday : Turt itanium in

igement. Bowl's Mishap , the Beckhampton traits )d, Deuce and Buckhou men, Aristophanes a on Wednesday : Turt itanium in

addition ;yrus the Great on Thu New way of taking a swarm.) Ao—an old way of winnowing; and they still have the knack of it in Brazil. These coffee beans have farther to go than a bee can fly. Down by mulecart and lorry and train to the coast—and thence across the seas to your b
June 16, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SNOOP!

SNOOP!

The children, oarticularly those aged five to eight years, need little encouragement to trot 04 family "secrets." But those who are a little hesitant can be spurred on by the teacher with a seemingly innocent question: " Hasn't your Mummy bought anything new lately, Johnnie ? "
June 21, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England