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Hocus-Pocus

Hocus-Pocus

lAPPLAUD your exposure of Freemasonry's munmo-junioo One of the most futile and foolish things I ever did was to go through a Lodge in 1919 after leaving the Army, become a Master Mason, and pa, to be enrolled as a life member of the fraternity. Only once did 1 return to the Abe
June 26, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
heart' To feel better keep fit, with your ENI -- _ , Take ENO'S —it settles the stomach Pleasant, refreshing

heart' To feel better keep fit, with your ENI -- _ , Take ENO'S —it settles the stomach Pleasant, refreshing

ENO'S " L;ruit Salt " is the gentle corrective most of us need to keep the system regular. " Fruit Salt " will also safely relieve over - acidity, a most frequent cause of indigestion, heartburn and flatulence. . To feel better and look better 4 keep fit, fresh and regular with
June 26, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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June 28, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
VIEWPOINT

VIEWPOINT

COAL HAROLD U T commenting on the Scottish miners' move for the abolition of piecework. expres , -ed only the reactionary point of view. introduction of a daY wage system would be a greater boon than any amount of mechanisation. Just add up the coal lost through wage disputes. 9
June 26, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

Cardiff, Wednesday. 91HERE'S a new word in the Land Of My Fathers. In a fortnight the first TV test pictures will be sent out from the Wenvoe transmitter, and for everyone in South Wales it will mean that Radiolygiad has arrived. For that is the name the Welsh have coined in the
June 26, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
25 CARNATIONS I'9 Giant Chabaud, guaranteed con• tinuous blooms this Summer and Autumn. Double mixed colours. 100 Dutch De Caen

25 CARNATIONS I'9 Giant Chabaud, guaranteed con• tinuous blooms this Summer and Autumn. Double mixed colours. 100 Dutch De Caen

Anemones 1 1- 60 thle. Paeony Flowered Ranunculus 1 1- 25 RUSS. LUPINS I'9 Beautiful colours, with large wellformed, majestic Spikes. Antirrhinums, Sweet Scented Alyssum. Stocks, Petunias, at 25 for 2 -. 25 DBLE. ASTERS 2'- Californian Clan t, Enormous blooms, and a mixture of g
June 7, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GARDEN-SCYTHE Cut., gran Post quicker & easier .11 3'6 6d. than shears. Get, where cat,- - not Ise used, long

GARDEN-SCYTHE Cut., gran Post quicker & easier .11 3'6 6d. than shears. Get, where cat,- - not Ise used, long

gra s, ~- around trees, edges. etc. No 30701 stooping. No fatigue. Fitted ti-in long sturdy t,lade. Fits . any 1-in. th.ck handle Pronged teeth hold grass for easy cutting with less effort. Satis. or money back. Send 4'- P.O. or cheque Wm. PENN LTD. (Dept. DM 2) 585. High Read,
June 7, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GROWING PULLETS AND COCKERELS

GROWING PULLETS AND COCKERELS

Bred from the finest Blcod-tested Stack: Free Insurance against Fowl-Pe.t. MAY AND JUNE HATCHED PUt LEIS. B.L. x. R.1.R.. Ern. Leg. x L.R. R I.R. x L.S., 8.L., L.S. 0 5 wks. 6, - ea. 71 '- doz 6 7 wks. 9'- ea. 107 - 8 9 wks. 12 - ea. 142 d APRIL, MAY AND JUNE HATCHED COCKS (Heav
June 7, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ht praying mob

ht praying mob

At the local baby show, organised by a community woncentre. babies were in three classes Sitter s • • • (3 months to a year), Standers (10 to 18 months) and Toddlers (18 months to three years). Victory howls by Marilyn Jeffries (left), champion And they Slander." and Roger Smith
June 19, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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June 7, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England