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They plan to blend coal like tea' A£21,000,000 scheme to blend two types of coal which will give Britain's steelmakers

They plan to blend coal like tea' A£21,000,000 scheme to blend two types of coal which will give Britain's steelmakers

better coke is to be started at Murton, Co. Durham, tomorrow when a new' ine shaft is sunk. At the moment neither of these types of coal alone can be turned into suitable coke for the steel industry, but now coal frorn the two existing collieries will be brought up the one shaft
July 15, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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July 15, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
'heir way to win a title is sly" and

'heir way to win a title is sly" and

By GEORGE HARLEY LET'S face it. There will be slow play in the Open golf championship for years to come. Bobby Locke, who won the title for the third time last week, is only thirty-four; Australian champion Peter Thomson, who finished second, is only twenty-two. Both are deliber
July 15, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GENERAL

GENERAL

FOR ALL silmwg
July 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NO RED FIRE AS BOMBS FALL ON RAIL-LINK

NO RED FIRE AS BOMBS FALL ON RAIL-LINK

SUPER -FORTRESSES have attacked the main Communist railway line from Manchuria for the second time in twenty-four hours, B.U.P. (American) reported yesterday. Flying through bad weather, the Superforts took up on Sunday where other U.N. bombers left off on Saturday night, blasti
July 1, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
KOREA: 'REDS 'CAN BE Continued from HELD' Page One

KOREA: 'REDS 'CAN BE Continued from HELD' Page One

made by Mr. Selwyn Lloyd, Minister of State, who recently visited Korea with Field Marshal Earl Alexander of Tunis, Defence Minister, in a statement on the tour. It has been decided that it would be unwise to add a British officer to the delegation that has been having truce tal
July 2, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Advertiser's Announcement with a del ENO'S o' and look better—keep fit, fresh and regular with your ENO'S. Eno's `Fruit Salt'

Advertiser's Announcement with a del ENO'S o' and look better—keep fit, fresh and regular with your ENO'S. Eno's `Fruit Salt'

H ea lthy, happy families t a ke ENO'S Pleasant, refreshing ENO'S " Fruit Salt "is the gentle corrective most of us need to 1.., keep the system regular. 0 ENO'S is particularly suitable for children—and for anyone . : . 5 , with a delicate stomach. ENO'S will safely relieve ove
July 2, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
A Pickle Pointer by Philip Harben

A Pickle Pointer by Philip Harben

I "As a change from mustard I sauce, serve Heinz Piccalilli 1 with fried herrings or mackerel. "These are rich fish, containing a lot of fat, so they need the accompaniment of something sharp and Heinz Piccalilli is just the thing." Heinz Piccalilli (1/Bd. the jar) is a mustard
July 11, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WAGE

WAGE

this plan would be possible only under a Labour Government He said that the National Union of Railwaymen greatly valued the right to conduct free negotiations with the employers. BUT: " If we think of ourselves as Socialists as well as trade unionists we might deem it desirable
July 8, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TO THE

TO THE

FOR my part I hope that women will not allow the fashion kings to take them to such extremes, because social history shows that the periods in which women threw aside all modesty in dress always heralded the decay and fall of the countries concerned. It could be significant that
July 8, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England