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FOR DANCING

FOR DANCING

Advertiser's Announcement To lie relaxed, to dabble and dream in a warm bath made soft as satin and fragrant as flowers in rain : one of life's supreme civilised pleasures ! You can make these lazy, luxurious minutes your happy, understanding thought this year. Wrapped in rose,
October 27, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CASSANDRA The Pe sterers

CASSANDRA The Pe sterers

THE pamphlet pools pesterers have switched their fire. Cecil Moores has apparently call is dogs off and so far this week t sual shower of impudent, whee - idiotic circulars has not yet arrived. The process whereby Moores, who already has several million pounds, wants to entice h
October 27, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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• • • fliry et Imperial Bounty is a joy ! And at , only 8/6 a bottle hardly an extrava- game! This fine, sweet, full-bodied Australian Wine is imported at the •. lower Imperial Preference rate. It's rich, it's hearty, it's friendly, it's great. Make sure you put Imperial Bounty
October 27, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PAGE 14 DAILY MIRROR, Wednesday, October 27,1954 Cambridgeshire distance

PAGE 14 DAILY MIRROR, Wednesday, October 27,1954 Cambridgeshire distance

October 27, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Winning Ways

Winning Ways

A candidate with the speed to win over seven furlongs and who can also win at ten furlongs is my ideal Cambridgeshire performer. It can be argued that Queen's Beeches has not won over ten furlongs, but her second in the Nassau Stakes at Goodwood proved her capable of winning ove
October 27, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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The penalty for punching a ref

The penalty for punching a ref

ins - He was 'almost afraid to eat any solid food_ until he tried Witt's " I can now eat practically any kind of food without any occurrence of the old discomfort. I have tried other well-known makes of stomach powders, but De Witt's has that little extra something which has mad
October 27, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS OMESICK BRITONS need the H " Overseas Daily Mirror and Sunday Pictorial."

MISCELLANEOUS OMESICK BRITONS need the H " Overseas Daily Mirror and Sunday Pictorial."

October 27, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Is now

Is now

locked AYOUNG RAF Radar mechanic noticed that a master key hanging in his flight office fitted all doors leading into the stores hangar. He took a wax impression of the key and in his off-duty hours made himself a duplicate. With this, the mechanic, Senior Aircraftman Roger John
October 27, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SECOND DIVISION

SECOND DIVISION

WWWDLW Birmingh'm v. Derby LLLLLD LWWDLD Bury WWLWLW Hull WLLLLL Ipswich LLWDWW Leeds LWLDLW Lincoln WWWWWW Luton LLLLWW Middlesbro' v. West Ham LWWDLL .. x LLWLWL Nott'gham F. v. Port Vale DDLLLL .... 1 WWWLWW Rotherham v. Fulham WDLLLW x WDLLDW Stoke THIRD DIVISION—SOUTH DDWWL
October 27, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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October 27, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England