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P 0 RT for hospitality

P 0 RT for hospitality

PORT comes ONLY from OPORTO in PORTUGAL Issued by the Port Wine Trade Association q. .. ANN TODD TOA "T" " e t : . said Ann. . ‘‘L A °° nd ic — she sil m E ig s h m t But no marble could match the of Ann 's real-life delicate glow kind , complexion. It takes another of art to ac
October 15, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
~.. :.Y • t 414-, .7 N E - Only 1i 7 d a half poun A tempting cup of

~.. :.Y • t 414-, .7 N E - Only 1i 7 d a half poun A tempting cup of

creamy hot chocolate f th ul e w in a s y tan of t wish it! That is the new wonderful you • Cadbury's Drinking Chocolate. It's the same drink —so long beloved for its flavour and richness,. but now, because of its new granular form, it dissolves instantly. Hot milk, a quick spri
October 15, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
• WoodS" USED BY ELIZABETH TAYLOR AND 4 OUT OF 5 TOP HOLLYWOOD STARS Lustre-Creme Never Dries!

• WoodS" USED BY ELIZABETH TAYLOR AND 4 OUT OF 5 TOP HOLLYWOOD STARS Lustre-Creme Never Dries!

It foams into rich, gentle lather even in the hardest water! Never dries or dulls the hair! Lustre-Creme is made with Nature's own Lanolin to keep your hair easy to manage . . . eager to curl. JANE . . . Now in Tid. Tubette • Also 1/sd. and 2/3d. Tubes • Jars 2/101d. Star of M.G
October 15, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
KLEENEX!

KLEENEX!

Use each clean, downy-soft Kleenex* just once, then destroy —germs and all. SOFT! STRONG! Kleenex soothes your nose during a cold, protects it from unsightly redness. Holds POPS UP! firm, won't fail. And think how Kleenex saves home laundry—saves on laundry bills! So 1/- !/- and
October 21, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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October 21, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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What They Say

What They Say

IDO not object to human folly." —Cassandra, this column yes- terday Come to think of it, that's mighty big of me.
October 6, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Croo to wed Pier is go l den-hai re di,,oand the an ge lic yesterday that TIER A N crEL

Croo to wed Pier is go l den-hai re di,,oand the an ge lic yesterday that TIER A N crEL

fi l, ,m 22 sta (a r bov i et)t,a ltn!t eee, ange l ic inHtill7c:ner AtrichDasa%oeteine she s m arry .(smallerit°picture).- Ns°hedadeded. for the wedding, set Pier is Hollywoodnoi ( her spoil her !i l h o a a t n :nh t (l o yIC ra t :i s :cent " build - up . by go i ng heavy mak
October 6, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
extra protection this WINTER!".,

extra protection this WINTER!".,

MOST mothers will be concerned about their children's health after this summer—the worst in living memory! Children have had hardly any sun at all this year, so they will need extra protection against the wintry weather to come. SCIENCE KNOWS THE ANSWER There's no real need to w
October 6, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
INQUEST TOLD: A CHARGE WILL BE MADE . . WHEN the inquest on Mr. Leonard Jenks was opened at St.

INQUEST TOLD: A CHARGE WILL BE MADE . . WHEN the inquest on Mr. Leonard Jenks was opened at St.

Pancras, London, yesterday, a detective told the coroner that a charge of " homicide or something" would be made. Mr. Jenks, 54, died in hospital last Friday. He had been paralysed since June 19 when he was attacked while passing a brawl outside a public house. Edward Goucher, 2
October 6, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BE SURE YOU BUY

BE SURE YOU BUY

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October 6, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England