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Send for FREE illustrated booklet on holidays in Switzerland You'll be amazed what wonderful holidays we offer ! * 10

Send for FREE illustrated booklet on holidays in Switzerland You'll be amazed what wonderful holidays we offer ! * 10

DAYS inclusive 20 GNS. * 14 DAYS from 24 GNS. Covering fares, good hotels, full board at lovely resorts. Also to the 'Land of Make-Believe' ROMANTIC LIECHTENSTEIN Write today to (Dept. D.M.M.2) SWISS TRAVEL SERVICE LTD., 59, Crawford Street, London, W.I. (AMR 4434/5)
January 30, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DAILY MIRROR, Friday, January 1, 1954 PAGE 3

DAILY MIRROR, Friday, January 1, 1954 PAGE 3

January 1, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
It's plain common sense: Maeleans gets teeth cleaner, whiter and that's what counts against decay

It's plain common sense: Maeleans gets teeth cleaner, whiter and that's what counts against decay

ALL research workers support this fact about tooth decay. If the coating of food debris and acid-forming organisms can be removed from the teeth, decay will make small progress. .The first function of a dentifrice is to keep the teeth clean. And Macleans Solid Dentifrice does th
March 1, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
The action of Macleans

The action of Macleans

Teeth cleaned by regular brushing with Macleans Solid Dentifrice are freed from the deadly 'plaque' which is the breeding ground of the agents of decay. So, Maclean-white teeth are more than lovely teeth, they are strong and healthy teeth. Did you MACLEAN your teeth today ? MACL
March 1, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
RUGGLES

RUGGLES

(THIS ISN'T A PICTURE SALE,6LADYS./- IT'S HOUSEHOLD THINGS LIKE WASHSTANDS... COME ON, DEAR...YOU'LL ONLY 60 AND BUY SOME RUBBISH WE DON'T WANT! 4 . A . 0 mos D AY NO, I SHAN'T- I'VE GOTA PREMONITION WE SHALL FIND THE PICTURE HERE,JOHN!
March 1, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WILFRED

WILFRED

PIP, SQUEAK and lAILY MIRROR, Monday, March 1, 1954 PAGE 11 • • • SEE?-WHAT LOOK!- JUST INA L T_ E I RUNN AWAY WITH • Do I TELL NO, I M NOT.! I'VE GOT THAT RESThf li S i . UNEASY E 7 I_FTHERE 'S GOING kvE 'V E FOUND '.' GET BE A THUNDERSTORM IT, DEAR-I TS . 4 d a To RiF TH Y E O
March 1, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FOR QUEEN

FOR QUEEN

From JOAN REEDER, Waitomo, Midnight, New Year's Eve AIILES from anywhere, in the heart of New Zealand, the Queen and the Duke are fast asleep as the hands of my watch meet at midnight in the little W a i t o m o Caves Hotel. No church bells chime. The only noise I can went to se
January 1, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
- Last Year (3-Y-0 Hurdle).— Chantry. 11-7, 13-8, H. Sprague (S. Ingham).

- Last Year (3-Y-0 Hurdle).— Chantry. 11-7, 13-8, H. Sprague (S. Ingham).

January 1, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ILLY FINDS A PUNCH IS A FEARFUL THING

ILLY FINDS A PUNCH IS A FEARFUL THING

THE THIRD TEST A PUNCH is a frightening thing. Southpaw John Kelly, the pride of Belfast, found that out the hardest possible way at the King's Hall Belfast, on Saturday against Robert Cohen, the Algerian-Frenchman, when he lost the European bantam-weight championship in exactl7
March 1, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
This is not cricket—it STRUCK BY GUILLOTINE

This is not cricket—it STRUCK BY GUILLOTINE

You'd think it impossible that a little man—six ounces under Bst. 61b.—with his hands bandaged and muffled with six ounces of leather-and-horsehair gloves, could guillotine you in the time it takes to smoke two-thirds of a cigarette.
March 1, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England