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Red letter day for the Sea Scouts. Formal presentation of the vessel given to them by The Featured 01215 Image

Red letter day for the Sea Scouts. Formal presentation of the vessel given to them by The

Red letter day for the Sea Scouts. Formal presentation of the vessel given to them by The Daily Mirror. A very interesting ceremony takes place at Greenwich, when the ketch yacht, bearing the name of The Daily Mirror is handed over by the editor of The Daily Mirror to Lieutenant Hordern R N, who formally accepts it on behalf of the sea scouts. Afterwards the vessel, which was manned by sea scouts with great skill, cruised down the river as far as Tilbury. The photograph shows the party going on board for the presentation. Londoners were keenly interested in the ceremony, as will be seen from the crowd which had gathered at the riverside. 31st August 1912

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Seaweed used to deaden sound in workshops and public buildings is the latest device to Featured 01215 Image

Seaweed used to deaden sound in workshops and public buildings is the latest device to

Seaweed used to deaden sound in workshops and public buildings is the latest device to deal with London's noise problem. Collected in Canadian waters, the seaweed is made up as "Cabot's quilt". Pictured, making "Cabot's Quilt" ready for lining one of London's new buildings. 26th February 1926

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On the 12th May 1919 the Daily Mirror introduced its readers to the adventures of Pip Featured 01215 Image

On the 12th May 1919 the Daily Mirror introduced its readers to the adventures of Pip

On the 12th May 1919 the Daily Mirror introduced its readers to the adventures of Pip and Squeak. Within nine months Pip the dog and penguin Squeak were joined by a rabbit called Wilfred. The dog, the penguin and the rabbit were to become firm favourites with the Mirror readership. It was conceived by Bertram Lamb, and was drawn until circa 1939 by Austin Bowen Payne. Our picture shows, The Daily Mirror's Pip, Squeak and Wilfred on the beach at Torquay. 6th September 1922

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