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"So much for its shock-proof guarantee!" "Slop it together quick I'm on me lunch break." " Any missing ports ore

"So much for its shock-proof guarantee!" "Slop it together quick I'm on me lunch break." " Any missing ports ore

in me vacuum cleaner." I " Nuts-1 forgot the cuckoo I " F "It don't go !" G "Switched off the olorm with me boot." H " Chimed twelve then sort of collapsed !" RUM [RUCK i.di "Saved you the trouble of stripping it down."
April 23, 1971 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FAIRY GODMOTHER SAVES A

FAIRY GODMOTHER SAVES A

DAILY MIRROL Thugdor, July 29, .1971 PAGE 3 ill?, '--- , •.35, -• 6 . P \ , - 0,, , .....' 0 0 .40 • to C o. t' - , ,
July 29, 1971 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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BOUVERIE 12.45—SILENT VALLEY I.IS—PAST MASTER I.4S—INDIAN RED 2.IS—MOCHARABUICE 2.4S—CELTIC GOLD I.IS—GREEN SOVEREIGN (NAP) PAST MASTER and OLD PAINT NEWSBOY 12.45-BUTITION 1.15-PAST MASTER ( NAP ) 1.45-LUCKEY MATE 2.15-MOCH A RABU I CI 2.45-CELTIC GOLD 3.15-TENNESSEE NEWSBOY'S
January 21, 1972 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Commercial Motor

Commercial Motor

OUT TODAY 120. Get it every week. Order a copy from your newsagent.
April 23, 1971 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Cheer

Cheer

Coarse anglers go &thing on average about forty-six times during their nine-month season. And coarse anglers. pane anglers and sea fishermen spend an average of five hours a time by the waterside, So remember. when you raise a cheer jor the local town team at the football match
April 23, 1971 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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NEWSBOY 1.30-rVENTURE BOUVICRIE 1.30--FKI4IIIII.cER 2. O--PROPHECY 2. 0-RIC3IELLAU 2.30-SUPER IMP 2.30-TIERNASCRAGH 3. 0-OLD PAINT 3. 0-01.0 PAINT 3.30-SOMETHINGS 3.30-SOMETHINGS MISSING I MISSING 4. 0-IRANIAN COURT I 4. 0-IRANIAN COURT DICK RATCLIFF: 2.30 SOMETHINGS MISSING. TO
January 21, 1972 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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He had analysed the physique of the tourists And their likely opponents and discovered that, on average, the Br Itlsh tight forwards were halt an inch taller and some 41b. heavier. He is sure the Lions will be the hest prepared touring party "mentally and physically "—in more th
April 23, 1971 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
rrHE Daily Mirror's LIFE-1 LINE Junior Spotters have had their first success. But they are so modest that no one

rrHE Daily Mirror's LIFE-1 LINE Junior Spotters have had their first success. But they are so modest that no one

knows who they are. The two eagle-eyed children spotted a Sunbeam Alpine near Tenby in Wales —and recognised the car's number from the LIFELINE column. Immediately, the driver. Mr. Roger Green, was given an emergency message that his lather had died. Any child on holiday can bec
July 29, 1971 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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• THE OLD CODGERS' address Is "Live Letter s," Daily Mirror, 33 Holborn, London, EC I P I DQ.
July 29, 1971 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Mrs. J. J. WOODS, of Hove Villas, H•v o, Sussex, writes: SELF - CATERING hondays? You can keep them. Last_

Mrs. J. J. WOODS, of Hove Villas, H•v o, Sussex, writes: SELF - CATERING hondays? You can keep them. Last_

_month we spent a two- roomed chalet, rented from a leading holiday arm at a cost a £6O. The place was in need a good clean, and every night mice came in from holes in the masonry near the drains. Our repeated complaints were ignored. By the time we had paid for food apd electri
July 29, 1971 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England