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Soccer men change their minds 0 Continued from Page One trial relay to a cinema in the Selhurst area. London.

Soccer men change their minds 0 Continued from Page One trial relay to a cinema in the Selhurst area. London.

The screening was said to be a complete success. And, with the opening of the Welsh transmitter, the F.A. of Wales may allow the screening of the Welsh home matches against France and possibly Austria. Another TV development in football may be relays of big matches direct to cin
July 4, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WE' SCORED FOURTEEN ER , YOU ONLY GET FOUR ALBERT/Mirk , HEAR THAT POP? AND THERE'S NOTHING iERT THE CALL

WE' SCORED FOURTEEN ER , YOU ONLY GET FOUR ALBERT/Mirk , HEAR THAT POP? AND THERE'S NOTHING iERT THE CALL

WENT 'DEAD A- AAH.' THE 3LOOMIN THEY'RE NOT TRYING YOU CAN FIDDLE IN THE JUTHT A WHEN THAT PERTHON CAPITAL— CAPTAIN: ARE YOU TO PUT ONE OVER LAWS TO DO US OUT MINUTE THYCLED OVER THE souNDkßy.e LAW 2 s AP_ /TALL" GOIN' TO LET'EM DON'T ON OS / ARE THE'(; PLEATH-E.., ~ GO ON FIDDL
July 4, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
'Rubbish •-made in Britain -HE SAYS QOME English crockery imported by New Zealand is " shocking rubbish," Mr. Thomas Shand

'Rubbish •-made in Britain -HE SAYS QOME English crockery imported by New Zealand is " shocking rubbish," Mr. Thomas Shand

said in the New Zealand Paliament yesterday. Standard " lines " were good, but other grades were poor, he said. Mr. Shand said New Zealand imported more than the U.S. from Britain last year because Britain had priced " herself out of American markets.
July 4, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Advertiser's Announcement

Advertiser's Announcement

July 4, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HOPPING

HOPPING

THE man who thinks we moan too much about the heat wave should come with me into the hop garden, and see us hop-stripping, our arms scratched with bines and stinging with sweat. The heat rises from the parched ground and our dungarees are sticking to us. When we go from one plac
July 4, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRR OR, JULY 4, 1952

THE DAILY MIRR OR, JULY 4, 1952

July 4, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE HOUSEHOLD DISINFECTANT MADE BY RECKITTS

THE HOUSEHOLD DISINFECTANT MADE BY RECKITTS

JANE . . . BUT WHAT'S HAPPENED IT'S REALLY I SEE THE iz EG E A A T L T L A T— IDEA :—THE TOP A G O E P T H F sk E O, : : !_ o_ I( O :.. ;: . W .T T , : v.. C E T: L., : ES COMES OFF WHEN NEAT, IT2 IT GETS TOO EE B: AR AT .,. WARM, EH _ i \ L 158
July 4, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
POWDER KILLS

POWDER KILLS

COCKROACHES, ANTS BEETLES, SILVERFISH BEDBUGS, ETC. FOR FLEAS ON DOGS USE AS DIRECTED
July 4, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NEWMARKET

NEWMARKET

1.30. Ramin (A. Kenney. 9-4 f), 1; Legalist (8-1), 2; My Treasure (100-6), 3. 16 ran. 1, 4. Tote: 7/6; 3/6, 6/11, 7/6. 2.0. Stalina (W. Rickaby, 5-2 f), 1; Thanet (4-1), 2; Nature Study II (5-1), 3. 5 ran. 11- 1, sh hd. Tote: 6 , 1; forecast 29/4. 2.3o.—Bitter gveet (J. Sirett,
July 4, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CLUB TO DROP VICE-CHAIRMAN

CLUB TO DROP VICE-CHAIRMAN

MIDDLESBROUGH F.C. directors have decided. to " drop " their vice-chairman, Mr. Jack Wilson, from the board. The question of his re-election will come up at the club's annual meeting on July 25. The other director offering himself for re-election is chairman Harry French. In a s
July 4, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England