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AND LOW O.2ANOR PABIBOt

AND LOW O.2ANOR PABIBOt

AND LOW O.2ANOR Bring to the dark Madonna no more myrrh, Bring to her Child No gold or frankincense. To him and her Lead no more asses pad With lan of spLtenard and bales of But to them king LaoisMy gifts of milk. Oh bring them milk Softly, shepherd and kirg I LAM the nether in t
December 25, 1938 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
9ottiet (14, PILLS 01. & TO-MORROW YOU'LL FEEL FINE/ NEED FOR MORE INDUSTRIES

9ottiet (14, PILLS 01. & TO-MORROW YOU'LL FEEL FINE/ NEED FOR MORE INDUSTRIES

PILLS & TO-MORROW YOU'LL FEEL FINE/ NEED FOR MORE INDUSTRIES The shopkeepers believe that docks outside the town would bring increased prosperity. One of them, Mr. Arthur Martin, said: "We have often heard rumours that docks are to be built. All who earn their livelihood in South
December 25, 1938 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
DECEMBER 25, 1958

DECEMBER 25, 1958

December 25, 1938 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
50 YEARS AGO DECEMBER 23, MU

50 YEARS AGO DECEMBER 23, MU

50 YEARS AGO DECEMBER 23, COMPLAINT is made by the London costermongers of the stringency of a regulation made affecting them in the Statute of the year 1817 for regulating the streets of the metropolis. If a person places on any part of the carriage-ways or footpaths in the stre
December 25, 1938 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
HITLER'S THREAT

HITLER'S THREAT

DEEPLY as I deplore the organised sadism that has been let loose on the Jewish people in Germany, their tragic plight must not be used to bludgeon the capitalist democracies into acceptance of Nazi. dictated trade terms. Hitler's threat to "take it out of Jews" if we do not toe
December 25, 1938 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
POSTSCRIPT

POSTSCRIPT

OF the " plot" to sack Mr. Hore Belisha, flamboyant and fatuous Minister for War, only this need be said: the members of the _ _ National Conservative Government are disloyal to their General Election mandate, to the country's solemn treaty obligations, and to each other. The so
December 25, 1938 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Labour's Effort

Labour's Effort

steady day-to-day work of the Labour Party in the House of Commons has provided inspiration and hope. Faced with overwhelming difficulties, Mr. C. R. Attlee has proved himself a brilliant Parliamentary leader. The nation is tired of National Conservative government. The by-elect
December 25, 1938 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
, into two I match-box ,

, into two I match-box ,

At the word "Go," the leadeis push their match-box covers on to their noses and endeavour to push it on to the nose of the next member of the team—not using their hands. If the cover is dropped, the whole team has to begin afresh. While this is going on the excitement is at a hi
December 25, 1938 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
RANGERS ROBBED

RANGERS ROBBED

IN LAST MINUTE QUEEN'S PARK R. 2, READING 2 THE Rangers were winning this game right up to within a minute of the end. Then the unexpected happened. McPhee flashed in the equaliser for Reading ,•nd robbed the Londoners of what would have been a win fully earned and deserved. Con
December 25, 1938 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England