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Hat-trick

Hat-trick

It was a "scholarly " attitude to an important event and schoolmaster inside right Jimmy Muir, from Glasgow, scored a hat trick. Divinity student Brian Kingsmore, twenty-yearold Irish centre. netted twice. The other goes came from Blaikie and McGovern.
February 1, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
REFEREE WARNS SIMPSON

REFEREE WARNS SIMPSON

Instead, he warned Simpson that if there were any more noise from the corner he would " disqualify both of them." Mr. Simpson's response was a muttered " three-B " commentary which he carried out for the remainder of the evening. In the last third of tha fight Cockell, like almo
February 1, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE BIGGEST DAILY SALE ON EARTH WORLD NEWS SPOTLIGHT

THE BIGGEST DAILY SALE ON EARTH WORLD NEWS SPOTLIGHT

Molotov puts his plan to Big 4 today " Daily Mirror " Diplomatic Correspondent Berlin, Sunday... THE Big Four Foreign Ministers move to the: Russian Embassy in East Berlin tomorrow foil what may be the most vital week of their talks here:, The Ministers during their talks in Wes
February 1, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ANNUAL REPORT AND

ANNUAL REPORT AND

Private Enterprise
January 7, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
5, CHILDREN ON NIGHT TREK OF TERROR

5, CHILDREN ON NIGHT TREK OF TERROR

CHILDREN ON NIGHT TREK OF TERROR FIVE children, one of them only two years old, were m a rched off by a gunman who burst into their home and shot their mother and grandmother. They were kept moving all night through the Australian bush, and were rescued yesterday, terrified but u
January 7, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
National e nzo makes good ......., say these 'National's the best bet experienced motorists for good mileage' Mr. C. Harrington—An

National e nzo makes good ......., say these 'National's the best bet experienced motorists for good mileage' Mr. C. Harrington—An

Assistant Sales Manager • 'What a difference to ng, and no pinking!' Director Mr. H. B ar h am —A C ompany `My engine keeps clea o n n e , r hill-climbing, National' Mr. C. Kemp—An Industrial Photographer NATION At BENIO LE RF MIXT N. 8.10 he producers of British Betrzole) entir
January 7, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
has and made!

has and made!

clashes with one of the Army's most competent boxers. Tony Smith. No. 2 is Ronnie Hendry, 6ft. 4in., 16-st. Belfast man, whose hands and feet are so big that his gloves and boots—have to be specially made. He comes in substitute for John Lyttle. the Irish champion, and has to fa
January 7, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE BIG BUSINESS MAN —with the Big Stick

THE BIG BUSINESS MAN —with the Big Stick

LIVER LYTTELTON'S record as Colonial Secretary is the ry of a bull in a china shop. He ,n.ds ankle-deep in wreckage. le man is indeed built like a bull. He thick, powerful shoulders and a short :. His jaw is arrogant and obstinate. and hard, his voice slides easily into a 1. He
January 27, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
O.K sauce

O.K sauce

!lemons, mangoes and selected spices concentrated into Ole most appetising sauce you've ever tasted—lt's O.K. Children love it too. 1/- and 1/6 a bottle. Look for the new green cap at your grocers— and beneath it h as a gre en can 7# . The finest quality tomatoes, dates, raisins
January 27, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BELINDA

BELINDA

I— WE ' VE ALREADY THAT'S RIGHT, THERE'S ONLY TWO OF THERE SHE 0000 H I - RADIOED THE. SIR;— 'EM ON ROCKNESS— -- LIGHTHOUSE YOU'RE i ) THEY 'L.L BE DELIGHTED TO . CAN JUST k AT THOSE COMING— SO - ---- A ENTERTAIN A COUPLE 0' SEE HER WAVES THEY'RE EXPECTING REPINED LADIES , THROU
January 27, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England