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THE DUKE GETS A HATCHET

THE DUKE GETS A HATCHET

From JOAN REEDER Wellington, Monday. G IFTS of a carved walking stick for the Queen and a hatchet with handle made of human bone for the Duke were " smuggled " into a tremendous civic reception for the Royal couple in New J Zealand's capital here today. They were brought in by L
January 12, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Winner No. 22

Winner No. 22

Dowdeswell completed his double in the following race, Smethwick Handicap 'Ch as e, on Blandford Colleen, and was Dowdeswell's twentysecond winner of the season. Fourteen-year-old Sporting Link tried to make all the running in the King's Norton Handicap 'Chase over two and a hal
January 12, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
* COURSE FACTS * COURSE WINNERS

* COURSE FACTS * COURSE WINNERS

I.3o.—Pointsman (21m. c.). Royal Stuart (3m. 3f. c.). Lord (2m. h.). Wyedale (lm. sf. h.l, Fluster (2m. c.).
January 12, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
IKE WANTS 'VOTE BEFORE STRIKE'

IKE WANTS 'VOTE BEFORE STRIKE'

PRESIDENT Eisenhower yesterday asked Congress to rule that American workers must approve strike action in a secret, Government-held election before the strike can be called. No union would be allowed to order workers from their jobs until this step has been taken. It is one of f
January 12, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PARS TRANSPARENT S OAF

PARS TRANSPARENT S OAF

TRANSPARENT S OAF The only soap that lets you see how pure it is k
February 25, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ican in

ican in

February 25, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TO SLUMS

TO SLUMS

THE hurrying footsteps of children on their way to spend their pocket money at the sweets shop, pause outside the home of grey-haired Nurse Lillian Mills. She hears the letter-box open, and listens as a precious penny is dropped through into the hall. And Nurse Mills, forty-thre
February 1, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
cell around

cell around

VICKY was born in Berlin forty-one years ago of Hungarian parents. He came to this country in the early thirties. He had a 'first-class lack of knowledge of the English language, the British people and the Anglo-Saxon way of life. When it came to reckoning up the weapons It is n
February 1, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
;40 SUNLIGHT SHIFTS THAT STUBBORN DIRT!

;40 SUNLIGHT SHIFTS THAT STUBBORN DIRT!

SUNLIGHT SHIFTS THAT STUBBORN DIRT! LEVER PRODUCT Take the greasiest collar the grubbiest cuffs. A rub with Sunlight and —up comes the quickest, richest lather you ever saw! And out goes the dirt — every last speck of it ! Now look how soft and nice your hands are. Sunlight is re
February 1, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
EtwOloyogoie'

EtwOloyogoie'

-_ • TOOTH PASTE BUNION: caused by incline, great toes relieve by Alston's sciei tific Great T o Straightener Trains great toe: Into correct post tion, reduces bun. ions an d retie shoe pressure. Cr fortable. Nothim hurt. Only 2/9 et, or 5/- per pair Post 3d. State shoe. Money it
February 1, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England