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18 July 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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18 July 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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18 July 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

News to You It's News to Us Most information is of national interest. Don’t keep it to yourself—let us have it. Write or ’phone to the Daily Mirror, Room 210, Geraldine House, Fetter - lane, E.C.4. Telephone: HOLBORN 4321. All contributions used will be paid for. Don’t let your
18 July 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
RHYMES TO WARN

RHYMES TO WARN

■VI' i 'HEN his small son was knocked down by a motor-car and received a fractured collar-bone, Mr. T. H. Newman, of Boycroft-avenue, Kingsbury, N.W., realised that there could not be too much road safety education for children. So he composed a series of verses with morals to r
18 July 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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mini) Daily job of George Henry Jones, aged seventy, of Suffolk-place. Porthcawl (Glam), is cleaning street-lamps. Not very artistic, you'd say. but Mr, Jones is an artist, nevertheless. He practises his art in his spare time. His hobbv is making inf.dles. He's been making them f
18 July 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SEAL IN R.A.F.

SEAL IN R.A.F.

A babv grey seal was found on the beach near the R A'F, camp at Weybourne, Dorset. Two officers at the camp bought a baby's feeding-bottle with which to nourish their guest." But he turned up his nose it. Now bath of water has been placed at Master Seal's disposal, and he is ver
18 July 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Tuesday, July 18, 1939

Tuesday, July 18, 1939

18 July 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BEGAN NEW CAREER AT 63

BEGAN NEW CAREER AT 63

Carrying his plate, knife and fork . . . Prince Adolf of Sweden of! to get his own lunch at Monrle Castle, Ctlefl (Scotland), where 4,000 Scouts are attending the World Eover Scout Hoot. TT7HEN he was sixty-three, friends at Mr. Joseph Mallender, of Scrooby, near Doncaster, York
18 July 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
A REAL SCORCHER

A REAL SCORCHER

Albert Russell, aged fourteen, capta.n of Combroke Junior Cricket Club. Warwickshire, was batting for his side against Kineton. He smacked a ball for what seemed two certain runs. But the ball was smartly returned, a second before Albert completed the the bails were sent flying.
18 July 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England