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H That is the opinion of the Merchant eaven Navy Radio Operator who used to be

H That is the opinion of the Merchant eaven Navy Radio Operator who used to be

That is the opinion of the Merchant eaven Navy Radio Operator who used to be And we were pretty fedup with looking at the sea. on our staff and who faithfully I remember a cabin boy keeps us posted as to his where- wages arbitration commenting, on seeing a abouts and adventures—o
October 2, 1944 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Page 4 ADVERTISERS' ANNOUNCEMENTS In no field of human endeavour during the past century has progress been so marked as

Page 4 ADVERTISERS' ANNOUNCEMENTS In no field of human endeavour during the past century has progress been so marked as

in agriculture: the Co-operative movement has kept pace with these developments. From early days Co-operators have owned flour mills : now there are very many rich acres of English lands given over to the production, by Co-operative methods, of the people's food. /ssued by the C
October 2, 1944 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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October 2, 1944 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
The Butch

The Butch

Here's an answer to twenty-two folk, all at once—twenty-tvva dry-land sailors: The phrase Passing the Buck." Can you enlighten us on the meaning and origin ? That's funny. We've just passed it ! . . the letter to Mrs. Carter above ! Its original meaning wag swagger talk, and ft
October 2, 1944 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
IT TIMES : NEWCASTLE 7.11 p.m. to 6.41 a.m. GLASGOW 7.21 p.m. to 6.53 a.m. PENZANCE 7.29 p.m. to 6.55

IT TIMES : NEWCASTLE 7.11 p.m. to 6.41 a.m. GLASGOW 7.21 p.m. to 6.53 a.m. PENZANCE 7.29 p.m. to 6.55

a.m. SOUTHAMPTON 7.12 p.m. to 6.38 a.m.
October 2, 1944 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
us▪ Calais civilians cry ' What a business ! as port fall Calais is in our hands. The Canadians walked

us▪ Calais civilians cry ' What a business ! as port fall Calais is in our hands. The Canadians walked

into the town yesterday morning after a formal demand for surrender had been accepted soon after first light. Here is a dramatic messc - telling of the last hours at this Channel port. evacuated a few hours earlier looked on dumbfoundedly. " What a business ! " they muttered to
October 2, 1944 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
'CHICKEN' GANG RISK DEATH

'CHICKEN' GANG RISK DEATH

. • _ ....... - • • . . • • WILLIAM ROWE His arm was broken.
May 8, 1962 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SON ON MURDER CHARGE

SON ON MURDER CHARGE

FARMER'S son Roslyn Steer, 31, accused of murdering his mother, was alleged yesterday to have told a policeman: " I had to do it, mate. She'd been trying to poison me." Later-Jthe,_ magistrates were told at Brixham, Devon—Steer said: " I think I had better tell you I have been u
May 8, 1962 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
This is tremendous news for everyone who wants to take colour pictures in the form of transparencies! For years, Ilford

This is tremendous news for everyone who wants to take colour pictures in the form of transparencies! For years, Ilford

has led in the field of black-andwhite film. Now Ilford introduces new Ilfochrome 32 to give you superbly vivid colour reproduction and clearest-ever definition. You've never seen such fine transparencies as you'll get with new Ilfochrome 32. - 2.. o ' er • • • • • ••• • • • • •
May 8, 1962 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ROYAL MARINES?

ROYAL MARINES?

They're here, there and everywhere! In the Royal Marines every man is trained as a Commando— theirs is a life of real adventure Marines also specialise as frogmen, canoeists and para- chutists for amphibious and helicopter operations in any part of the world. They're always read
May 8, 1962 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England