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" DAILY MIRROR" REPORTER

" DAILY MIRROR" REPORTER

white goat, .ng a, the faded grass on the edge of a park. She was taken to the police station at Warrington, Lanes, but nobody there knew how to milk a goat. Patiently she waited until R.S.P.C.A. ins p e c tor R. S. Taylor arrived and led her to the privacy of the station yard.
November 12, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
losing our grip, John!" "Oops ! I wish I had Peter's nerve, Mary. He doesn't seem to worry about anything!"

losing our grip, John!" "Oops ! I wish I had Peter's nerve, Mary. He doesn't seem to worry about anything!"

"Except Joan. I think he likes her. See that little present he's brought her?" "Can't look now without falling out, Mary— but I bet it's Dairy Box. That girl certainly loves chocolates." "That's not the real reason she's so pleased, John. Of course she likes Dairy Box. Who would
November 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Ever-Ready RAZOR SET LIONEL CRANE **** * * *

Ever-Ready RAZOR SET LIONEL CRANE **** * * *

For other special gifts there are very handsome sets at prices up to 25/-. AVOID 5 O'CLOCK SHADOW 2 9
November 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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"DAILY MIRROR" REPORTER ONE day soon there will arrive at Cathkin Park, Glasgow, an envelope labelled "Confidential." When manager Alec Ritchie opens it he will find a final report on the fitness, or otherwise, of one James Mason. To the specialist who forwards the observations
November 18, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DOWN

DOWN

1, Advocate; 2, Fodder; 3, Notice; 4, Teeth; 5, River; 6, Familiar name; 7, Guesses; 8, Study again; 9, Percolate; 15, Sm ok e ; 18, Sharp; 20, Serviceable; 21, Reflect; 23, Fastened: 25, Sea-duck; 26, Quadruped; 27, Republican; 29, Succession; 30, Ancient Peruvian; 32, Contract
November 6, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WHICH WAY TO BE A CHAMPION?

WHICH WAY TO BE A CHAMPION?

November 6, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
'HE WOMAN WHO VAS SO GRATEFUL OR HER GRATUITY

'HE WOMAN WHO VAS SO GRATEFUL OR HER GRATUITY

VHEN Miss Mary Swadling retired from the council service in 1946 members thought she was " about renty-five," but her age was her own secret. hey knew she had been too old to join the erannuation scheme when it began, so they voted a gratuity of £6 10s. a month because of her go
November 27, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HANGED IN CABIN

HANGED IN CABIN

RADIO messages from the liner Rangitiki yesterday said that passenger Alfred William Evans, 56, had been found hanging dead in his cabin. He was travelling to Britain with his wife and two children. Officers forced his cabin open on Monday and ship's surgeon, Dr. W. Kerr, certif
November 27, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WHEN A FISHCAKE IS NOT A FISHCAKE

WHEN A FISHCAKE IS NOT A FISHCAKE

IT is an offence to call a fishcake a fist - wake unless it contains at least 35 per cent. of fish, a solicitor said yesterday. A fishmonger was before the court at Sunderland for selling products containing 25.4 per cent. of fish—and the summons described them as FIST' CAKES. T
November 27, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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November 27, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England