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`We Were Astounded'

`We Were Astounded'

"If the baby arrives on time—the ninth of next month—l'm certainly going to go all out to win the final." One of the judges said last night: " What made us chose Mrs. Bryan was her graceful walk and charming personality. "But - We were all astounded when we heard her news about
October 25, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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FORWARD WITH THE PEOPLE 2 No. 15,844 +
October 23, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
W T a h t e ne an Y nu C a o l in ge b n e era

W T a h t e ne an Y nu C a o l in ge b n e era

ß l e m i d e e n3 C o o f . Watney Combe Reid & Co., Limited, was held yesterday in London, Mr. S. H. Combe, M.C. (the chairman), presiding. The following is an extract from his circulated statement for the year ended June 30. 1954: Trade in general has continued at a disappoin
October 23, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BERT GETS 323 YEARS He felt the hand of

BERT GETS 323 YEARS He felt the hand of

tidy. Advertiser's Announcement —and a reversible skirt that can be waved like a cape if you get really carried away by the bull- fight feeling. nnunnn A cow at Limoges nosed a wallet = holding £7 from a coat left in a field by a workman and ATE it. BRIEF THOUGH he left a note "
October 23, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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October 23, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
cutting edges. Monet/ back guar. SANDER & KAY (DM'S). IS. Kilburn Lane. London. W.II. Sat. GUI. or money refu,.._ DAWN

cutting edges. Monet/ back guar. SANDER & KAY (DM'S). IS. Kilburn Lane. London. W.II. Sat. GUI. or money refu,.._ DAWN

FASHIONS (oeet. £43) I, Queens Rd., Wimbledon. 5.W.11.
October 23, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
RUGGLES

RUGGLES

THEIR EYES MEET, THEY SMILE AT EACH W. 253 YOU'RE SURE YOU'VE BUT HERBERT TURNS... AND OTHER- THEN HERBERT AND JEAN TURN JOHN.., S®B.., GOT THE RING, JULIAN ?- SEES ONLY...JEAN ... SLOWLY TOWARDS THE ALTAR... HAVE YOU GOT A D'YOU THINK EVERYTHING'S HANDKERCHIEF? ALL RI6HT- JEANS
October 23, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
RO NOBODY IS WORTH THAT

RO NOBODY IS WORTH THAT

Says 808 DANNY Blanchflower, the £40,000 footballer, will play for Aston Villa, the club he wants to leavoy against Arsenal, the club that wants to buy him, at Villa Park today. Blanchflower had originally been left out of this match, but Vic Crowe, the young Welsh half back who
October 23, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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I . some are at work in factories . . . ......' .- .--.... ..`--..
October 23, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
RUGGLES

RUGGLES

ARE YOU SURE YOU'VE GOT THE RING SAFE, JULIAN? 60ALBLERI CAREFULG H r ,JEA O N r ? T - tiE AND .. :.. SO, TIME PASSES,_ ..: S T . N.. :: JEAN, AND WHAT ABOUT THE TICKETS TRAIN, DEAR- YOU MUSTN'T AND MY SUITCASE?- DID YOU BOOK THE ROOMS? MORNING, ' DARLING-SEE YOU LATER! THE CAR'
October 22, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England