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PUZZLE SOLUTION

PUZZLE SOLUTION

How " Film_Personalities " Test Claims Should Be Made
November 1, 1930 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CARELESS DRIVERS BEWARE

CARELESS DRIVERS BEWARE

After January 1 --a single police officer could arrest, without warrant, anyone whom he considered to be driving carelessly or dangerously, said Mr. G. Briscoe, of the Commercial Motor Users' Association, at Ilammersinith Rotary Club luncheon yesterday. Scotland Yard detectives
November 1, 1930 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
• complete Shod Story by • ELIZABETH AINGE She came in to see me that night.' It was quite late,

• complete Shod Story by • ELIZABETH AINGE She came in to see me that night.' It was quite late,

and I was thinking about bed when Jackson told me Miss Carfax wanted to see me. John was away at the time and she came up here. I saw at once that something was wrong. For a little 'while westalked of ordinary things and then suddenly she began to talk about herself and Jack. "S
November 1, 1930 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
R Eys „ How " BILLIARD TABLES being q we " Write for particulars to: E. J. RILEY, LTD., Poplar

R Eys „ How " BILLIARD TABLES being q we " Write for particulars to: E. J. RILEY, LTD., Poplar

Works, ACCRINGTON, and at Dept. 14, -147, Alder4ate, St., LONDON, E.C.I.
November 1, 1930 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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Fish Drinks Fantastic and amusing is the latest idea for' a liqueur set. The beverage is contained in a large pink fish, sitting up on its tail, and is poured through the wide-open mouth -into. smaller members of the fishy family, * * * To-day's Saint St. Beez, or Begha, has lef
November 1, 1930 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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HER FOOTBALL

HER FOOTBALL

LEAGUE AND 0 Omer: 1 time DIVISION I DIVISION II Aston Villa v. Blackburn Bradford v. Plymouth Chelsea v. Blackpool Burnley v. Bristol C. (2.45) Grimsby v. Leicester. ,Millwall v. West Brom. Hud'rsf'ld v. Arsenal (2.45) 'Notts Fv. Br'df'rd C. (2.45) Liverpool v. Man. City. Oldha
November 1, 1930 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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November 1, 1930 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
£lOO CONSOLATION PRIZE

£lOO CONSOLATION PRIZE

A prize of £5OO is offered by the Wily Mirror to the competitor whose five double-words correspond exactly with. the sealed solution - in the possession of the Editor, to whom alone this . winning solution is known. There are consolation prizes totalling El.OO for efforts which,
December 9, 1930 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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r , C H., SHOOTI • G Three British Officials Attacked by Bengalis in Calcutta Offices—Secretary Wounded MYSTE.RY kiALADY ATTACICS CHILDREN Boy and Sister Taken 11l Alter Eating Sweets Dr. James Craig, Medical Officer of Health for Biddulph, North Staffs, stated last night that it
December 9, 1930 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NIGHT BLAZE AT

NIGHT BLAZE AT

BOYS' SCHOOL Classrooms on Fire on Eve of Exarninations 50-FT. FLAMES Rush to Save Chemicals in Smoke-Filled Laboratory Classrooms of the Wallington County School for Boys were seriously damaged last night by a mysterious fire. The flames were first noticed in the second form. r
December 9, 1930 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England