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crossing in a day THE GREAT FESTIVAL MYSTER SEE SPECIAL ARTICLE ON PAGE 2

crossing in a day THE GREAT FESTIVAL MYSTER SEE SPECIAL ARTICLE ON PAGE 2

Advertiser's Announcement • is • the C ORO By Appointment Gin Distillers to the late King George VI
August 27, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Gordon's

Gordon's

S S Maximum Prices: Per bottle 3319; Half bottle 17/7: Quarter bottle 9/2; Miniature 317. U.K. only. Page 2 THE DAILY MIRROR
August 27, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Page 6 BRITISH GIRL'S HAIR THE TALK OF THE TOWN! IN MONTE CARL o—the Riviera's most glamorous resort — lovely

Page 6 BRITISH GIRL'S HAIR THE TALK OF THE TOWN! IN MONTE CARL o—the Riviera's most glamorous resort — lovely

French models lavished praise on holiday-maker Barbara Sanderson's hair ! "It shines like satin !" one of them said admiringly. "How do you do it ?" "I told them I use our 'Vaseline' Brand Liquid Shampoo," said Barbara. "You should have seen how envious they were !" 'Vaseline' L
August 27, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Just ask the farmers if you

Just ask the farmers if you

A COUNTRY'S essence often lies in its rivers, and of no country is this truer than it is of England. By Trent and Ouse, Thames and Avon, the angler, in his quiet fashion, hears the true, slow beat of it that in towns is drowned by modern clamour. I, who am touring, England's wat
August 27, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
REAL-AND 18, WEPT

REAL-AND 18, WEPT

Diamond Bourse in Hattongarden. As a result of a burglary he lost £20,000 worth of jewellery. Schoolman claimed insurance. Then came a bombshell. Lloyds underwriters. who carried the insurance refused to pay because Schoolman had failed to disclose when insuring his property tha
August 27, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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ZILLIACUS ON SHORT LIST

ZILLIACUS ON SHORT LIST

Mr. Kon n i Zilliacus, former Labour M.P., who was expelled from the Party in 1949 but later readmitted, is one of five men from whom the Labour candidate will be selected for the by-election in the Cleveland Division of North Yorkshire. The by - election wa s caused by the deat
August 27, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TODAY'S MATCHES

TODAY'S MATCHES

Derby v. Glamorgan, at Derby; Gloucester v. Leicester, at Cheltenham; Kent v. Middlesex, at Dover; Northants v. Lancs. _Mc Northampton; Somerset v. Notts, at Weston-super-Mare; Sussex v. Worcs., at Eastbourne; Warwick v. Surrey, at Coventry; Yorks v. Hants, at Scarborough; M.C.C
August 13, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
false confession died in crash

false confession died in crash

THOMAS HARRISON, 43, had been out of prison only four days when he " confessed " to stealing lead and cash from a shop. Then, when he was being taken, in a police car to Salford, Lancs, for questioning, the car crashed on a bend. Harrison and a detective were killed. Harrison's
August 13, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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August 13, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HINCHINGBROOKE

HINCHINGBROOKE

ATORY PARTY shoWdown is brewing. A group of 20 Tory M.P.s contains the seeds of a "Churchill must go" movement. * This group—one of its leaders is Lord Hinchingbrooke, M.P.—is painfully aware of the Govern- VERA MILTON I ment's lack of grip and lays most blame on the anchester-b
August 6, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England