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PREMIER LEADING

PREMIER LEADING

Klectlon McKenzie King. Canadian Premier, in Glengarry hy-elerlion indicated this morning when he took early overwhelming lead over Dr. Richard Monagan, Independent Liberal. —A.P.
August 7, 1945 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
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Job fin Ctnry whs k' pt rom o!hrr p’ani.s Oakridfjr rrnmrt actorv is SP.nno aeres over 425 hu ncs. Ton thousand houses, like he United States prefabs now loins shipped to Britain, and dor- for 13.000 single workers .an 5000 trailers and barer 16.000 more, provided Bccommodatio Th
August 7, 1945 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
URANIUM

URANIUM

I "RANIUM. which is essential to the production of the atomic bomb, is a lustrous white metal that is not found in its pure form in Nature. It comes from pitchblende ithe source of rad;umi and from carnotite, a yellow mineral found in sandstone Scientists fo form of urat hat rar
August 7, 1945 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
Spoil

Spoil

Carl, 20, Can Now Marry Julia, 20
August 7, 1945 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
TORY SLIDE TO THE CITY

TORY SLIDE TO THE CITY

Another Ex-Minister As a Banker Another Tory ex-Cabinet Minister has gone to the City. He is Sir Arthur Steel-Maitland, the Minister for La- bour in the late Tory Administration, who was sensationally defeated in the Erdington division of Birmingham in the General Election. He h
July 27, 1929 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 

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July 27, 1929 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
LORD LLOYD'S RESIGNATION MR. CHURCHILL BEATEN IN DEBATE

LORD LLOYD'S RESIGNATION MR. CHURCHILL BEATEN IN DEBATE

Crime Minister Takes Strong Line: "We Know Our Position" (CONTINUED f time that Lord Lloyd had been High Commissioner. I must say could not but be impressed with the very wide divergence of view that was manifested in those papers between the position taken up by predecessor in
July 27, 1929 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
UNIFORM SIGNAL

UNIFORM SIGNAL

Roads graded. Road signs to be uniform, light signals to be encouraged, and dazzle headlights fitted with dipping apparatus. The second report of the Commission will be issued about October. Labour Party members the Commission are Mr. Fred Montague and Mr. Waller Robert Smith. F
July 27, 1929 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
BOY'S STORY IN DUFF POISON MYSTERY

BOY'S STORY IN DUFF POISON MYSTERY

"Father Came Home With 'Flu and Shaking Hands"
July 27, 1929 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
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July 27, 1929 - Daily Herald - London, London, England