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Queen Mary `wretched pain'

Queen Mary `wretched pain'

LTHOUGH Queen Mary has sciatica and Is eontined to her room at Marlborough House, London. she is carrying on with the needlework she loves. She cannot walk about. so she sits, sewing, in her room. She has refused to go to bed. Sciatica developed about a week ago, soon after Quee
February 7, 1950 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NOPICILIIII4IIO DOWN EILILEII3idL 1. Tattered; 2. Part of Ire- LlLILlig Ll :411q1.111 land; 3. Volcano mouth; 4. lama [Ed juutiii

NOPICILIIII4IIO DOWN EILILEII3idL 1. Tattered; 2. Part of Ire- LlLILlig Ll :411q1.111 land; 3. Volcano mouth; 4. lama [Ed juutiii

Number; 5. Tall grasses; 8. pi Punters adviser; 7, Word of vrissi,l grief; 8, Simple; 12. Ade- ...Ulla-it-m.4C ] Abell quote; 14. Discerns; 18. L!L!J[IE) LiLii Amended; 20. Prove; 21. I I[ILII IbI 81;tahed 245°11.1aticosn'iow2n3: 14 ... te wrencn; 26. Headland: 013111.113 28. Pr
February 7, 1950 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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2.15 -LILSURNE 14'CAle. Im. S.lver Gate 15-9-;., Star Witness 154-13 1 , Star Signal )54-13). BObo (4-8-9 1 , Back Pampas (5-8-71, Bright Paul 17441, T.r-Na-Nog 15-8-21. Congo Song 15-0-:'. Cregamore Bo) (10-8-11, Coolshainrock 15-7-4 1 , Ortolan (3-7-11), Dumbel t 5-1 -41, Red
August 17, 1950 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WHAT ARE THEY PLAYING?

WHAT ARE THEY PLAYING?

YOU see these three pairs of legs ? They belong to three children at a party. WHAT YOU HAVE TO DO:— Guess what game they are playing and paint the whole of the picture accordingly. Address entries, stuck to a POSTCARD, to PAINTING, Child - en's Mirror. 13, Ray-street, E.C.I (Com
December 30, 1950 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
JanuaryliVsA4 PRICES AGAIN SLASHED. GREENHOUSES GARAGES rn•Juced (rota £3l t.. £27 n.tt. * Mn pvces ere LOW. * M plus

JanuaryliVsA4 PRICES AGAIN SLASHED. GREENHOUSES GARAGES rn•Juced (rota £3l t.. £27 n.tt. * Mn pvces ere LOW. * M plus

lac** 'Mowery. SILVER MIST Quality MOLDINGS Dept. LP, SWIM Worts. ernMan. kitaworti, Seem (Ws, 2311)
December 30, 1950 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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PAY AS YOU WEAR ! SUEDE BOOTEE NOW ONLY Deapatehel on receipt W London's late•t Jockey" style bootee. Gnat quality

PAY AS YOU WEAR ! SUEDE BOOTEE NOW ONLY Deapatehel on receipt W London's late•t Jockey" style bootee. Gnat quality

BROWN SUEDE for -.mart warmth and perfect protection against wet and cold. Leather Strap ■nd Sweats to oisr.totee perfect fit. Hardwearing gated non.slip erode soles with toasted brown .ides. Fully lined with lambswool for maximum warmth. In Hall Sea from 2 to 8 State mrdiurn or
December 30, 1950 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
356-360 OXFORD STREET, W.l sett AIX CANT I & ROW NI MO AMOS MINN • The S.. Margaret head marks

356-360 OXFORD STREET, W.l sett AIX CANT I & ROW NI MO AMOS MINN • The S.. Margaret head marks

a wide range of quality hosiery, r underweier and knitwear , that is the, finest in its class. This head is the wise woman's guarantee of good value in these things, :and is always eagerly :coked for. , 1 ., . in arg aret .. No hoot faults e w4n you whiten your sports shoes with
July 10, 1950 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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July 10, 1950 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Playing before paying r EY all want to be rheroes, heroines or villains, but not so many want to buy

Playing before paying r EY all want to be rheroes, heroines or villains, but not so many want to buy

a comfortable seat in the stalls at Chester-le-Street les Durham). A warning has gone out that there are far too many would-be actors and not enough cash customers at the box office to keep the town's twelve amateur theatrical organisations going. The folks of Chesterk-S tre e t
July 10, 1950 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
STEEPLEJACK ALBERT WON'T BE GROUNDED CIIVE Albert Wl'kink, son a couple of hundred feet of ladder and an old chimney

STEEPLEJACK ALBERT WON'T BE GROUNDED CIIVE Albert Wl'kink, son a couple of hundred feet of ladder and an old chimney

and he's on top of the world. But Albert. 73, after being a steeplejack for halt' a century. thought it was time he came down to earth. He retired to a cottage in Kent. but now he's going to take up climbing again. I couldn't settle down on the ground," be NW the " Daily Mirror.
November 13, 1950 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England