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EPStlffl OIDE - STEPPING the Government’s “ No,” Finsbury, London, is to have its £lOO,OOO deep bombproof shelter after all Describing how this had been managed, the chairman of the borough A.R.P Committee told a special meeting of the Council last night; had been told that in Fi
18 July 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
KILLED BEST PAL IN GUN JOKE

KILLED BEST PAL IN GUN JOKE

HENRY! VBOY of sixteen, Cyril George Howard, was given a gun to scare birds nora an ! orchard. In jest he levelled it at his best nie™- i not knowing that was loaded, and k;.a Hayward told his ston at the inijiiral a Ixworth. near Bury St. Edmunds, last went, Basil John Capp. ei
18 July 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Ever-Moist Cleansing Pads

Ever-Moist Cleansing Pads

L « •CAD LONDON iCI For thou prtfn i/, tht Cap YanHy. AontaiMng pads, it still available Oti IItRKtNWBLL A
18 July 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Tuesday, July 18, 1939

Tuesday, July 18, 1939

18 July 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Exeter wives are so shy that the organisers the flitch trial at this week's revived Lammas Fair have found it

Exeter wives are so shy that the organisers the flitch trial at this week's revived Lammas Fair have found it

difficult obtain suitable entrants. Mr. Frederick B. Beasley, organising secretary of the fair, said yesterday: "At present have three couples for ‘trial,’ but until the last moment we shall not know how. many of them intend go through with it. Mrs. Frank Thomas, of VVhipton, wi
18 July 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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Mr. A. E. LESLIE, Porter. says : There’s lots ol other work to do about cruelty animals, without a r c u i ibout goldfish But then. Itn no expert on them
18 July 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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Mr. €. CAMPBELL. Motor Agent, says : It depends the size of the 10 cramp any creatures movements is cruel, but tai» about goldfish cramps .b f discussion.
18 July 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Tuesday. July 18, 1939 See the a To-day To-day the famous Dally Mirror Eight will give a display 11 a.m.

Tuesday. July 18, 1939 See the a To-day To-day the famous Dally Mirror Eight will give a display 11 a.m.

on the promenade Cromer, opposite the Pier Gates. The chairman of Cromer Council, Councillor H. G. Mancer, will attend. At 3 p.m. there will be a display on the centre sands at Sberingham, attended by Councillor R. Gilbert, chairman of Sherlngham Council. Continuing their tour o
18 July 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR TWINS’ 11,000- IRTHDAY T

THE DAILY MIRROR TWINS’ 11,000- IRTHDAY T

The cr»ze (or painted toe-nails has spread a little fur- Up to the knees You're going to have your favourite flowers painted there now. ladies. As you see in these Paris started it, ot Now it’s me to London They talk about art being in the right ace. This art eems to bit out pla
18 July 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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18 July 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England