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SEVEN HOURS BLAZE

SEVEN HOURS BLAZE

,FOR more than seven hours yesterday, seventy firemen with ten appliances poured water on an open timber-yard blaze. Ambulances stood by in case firemen were hurt fighting the flames at Seafort h, (Lanes). Brigades were called from Water-100, Kirby and Bootle. When the fire was
August 2, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Cornet Wilde is

Cornet Wilde is

is fi ti mp zed in A rnel Wildel,liels Larsen. Mrs. C° friend, The dormer by a court i s accompa n ied an . ', e A .., • V\ w .. • . ,/ ' P 4 EN CC 866 -
August 2, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Nut Bought

Nut Bought

It called for sacrifices. Some of the money came from their pensions, some by specially organised efforts. . Foundations for the centre were dug and a hut was bought. Then officials of their Over-60's Club appealed for financial aid to Northumberland County Council —as dozens of
August 2, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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' 4l llllllllll iiiuil LET it pour! That's what the British say—even when they're on a hardearned holiday. We invited you to tell us how you enjoyed your holiday in the rain—and like the rain the letters poured in. Here are the guinea winners . . WE arrived on our wet holiday to
August 2, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
"Lovely day for a GUINNESS"

"Lovely day for a GUINNESS"

• z HAD YOUR GUINNESS TODAY ?
August 2, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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August 2, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BELINDA

BELINDA

DI. LA nu u is L. H ALE T Y, N 4 L o G K I T E vOyRAP MISTER?W AS A MATTER, AT T E i IK R E , THIS ONE; THE MAN SAYS AW, I LOO KS BEELZEBUB, DON'T RECKON HE'S 8EEL...ZE...8U / B GEES- I'LL HAVE YOU DUMB KID; TO STAY AWAY BAD... HE JUS THAT'S A BEELZEBUB. FROM HIM— KINDA FED-UP A
August 2, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
STOWAWAY ANIONq GOES TO A SECRET HIDEP-0111

STOWAWAY ANIONq GOES TO A SECRET HIDEP-0111

MON AUG. 2 1954 By Harold Whitton THE Polish stowaway, Antoni Klionowicz, 24, who fled from behind the Iron Curtain was sleeping safely in a secret hide-out somewhere in London last night. He was snatched from a Polish steamer in the Thames by police who force of 120 police that
August 2, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BID TO CLEAR THIS CRASH

BID TO CLEAR THIS CRASH

were screams from passengers TEN MINUTES and braked. The coach . went through a ditch and overturned AFTER their coach collided in a field near Charing, between early yesterday with a car in Maidstone and Ashford. 'Which a man was killed, his Rescuers worked by floodwife and son
August 2, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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lIE grumble, whether it is about her new stockings or a poorquality carpet, will have a chance to air her views to the trade " high-ups." The " complaints com-
August 27, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England