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WAR WORKERS FIRST

WAR WORKERS FIRST

After a long shift — MUST HE WAIT to get on a bus? You who can choose your time for travel give a thought to those who must travel at fixed times to and from their essential jobs. If you board a bus, a tram or a train during the rush hours, some war worker may get left. Issued b
February 27, 1942 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THIS BOARDING HOUSE IS FREE

THIS BOARDING HOUSE IS FREE

There's a new type seaside landlady—Mrs. Josephine Taylor, of Avondale-road, Hoylake, Cheshire. She provides poor people with a free winter holiday in her empty boardinghouse. And she wants other boarding-house people at the holiday resorts to do similarly. " The idea of invitin
November 19, 1937 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Ex-A.B. Becomes Police Chief

Ex-A.B. Becomes Police Chief

Once an able seaman, Lieutenant-Commander W. J. A. Willis, of the Royal Navy, has been appointed Chief Constable of Rochester, Kent, in succession to Mr. H. P. Hind, who has become Chief Constable of Bath. Lieutenant-Commander Willis, who is forty-three, is training officer at C
November 19, 1937 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Friday, November 19, 1937

Friday, November 19, 1937

November 19, 1937 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DESERTED EDEN

DESERTED EDEN

I've said I grew fed-up with the people. In fairness to them let me explain that. I'm glad to have met them. Olive Clarkson had a Marina-like charm. Eleanor Leach had a quiet courage which it was a tonic to encounter. Rita Dell had a cheery unaffectedness. Arthur Groom's geniali
November 19, 1937 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR HER MOTHER

THE DAILY MIRROR HER MOTHER

y,STERDAY I stood at my mother's bedside with my three brothers. Mother was dying. It was a harrowing experience, as I loved her dearly. But mixed with my grief at losing her was a furtive sense of relief. + + + Five years ago father died. Mother was left with very little money
November 19, 1937 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Friday, November 19, 1937

Friday, November 19, 1937

November 19, 1937 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CHILBLAINS

CHILBLAINS

BROKEN AND UNBROKEN Positively Cured by GRASSHOPPER OINTMENT WHEN ALL ELSE FAILS 6d 1( di rect and from 3 i; e. r ti Grasshopper From all Chemists h 9 e m ß i r s o t m s e i including ucli Road.n Boots,apa Clapham Common, Taylors. London. Whitesvl
November 19, 1937 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Friday, November 19, 1937 LISTEN IN TO BERNARD BUCKHAM HERE'S wishing you a Happy Christmas. It's early, I know, but

Friday, November 19, 1937 LISTEN IN TO BERNARD BUCKHAM HERE'S wishing you a Happy Christmas. It's early, I know, but

I want to warn you that if you have a good time it won't be much to do with the 8.8. C. As far as I can ascertain the Christmas Day programmes are going to race the average chamber music session to a close finish and beat it by a short head. The exception, and the only special e
November 19, 1937 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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November 19, 1937 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England