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PRINCE DAVID AS NAVAL CADET. Prince of Wales's Son Becomes an Osborne Boy To-morrow. To-day Prince David of Wales spends

PRINCE DAVID AS NAVAL CADET. Prince of Wales's Son Becomes an Osborne Boy To-morrow. To-day Prince David of Wales spends

his last day at home. • To-morrow he will be taken by the Prince of Wales to Osborne, and there entered in the ordinary way as a naval cadet, to take his place among some 400 boys of his own age. Prince David has already successfully passed through the ordeal of the preliminary
April 30, 1907 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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April 80, 190/.

April 30, 1907 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
logical, and horticultural questions, Mr. Chaplin, a recognised authori y, has delivered himself again and again, and for many years

logical, and horticultural questions, Mr. Chaplin, a recognised authori y, has delivered himself again and again, and for many years

members could not have conceived the possibility of his not being present to enlighten them about the export of horses and 'other subjects of the sort. One remembers, indeed, apropos of the debate on the expoft of horses, that it was just as Mr. Chaplin was about to propose his
April 30, 1907 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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Only a few of the Newmarket houses will be opened this week for the First Spring Meeting, and Moulton Paddocks will not be amongst them, as Sir Ernest Cassel will not be entertaining. The Duke and Duchess of Deionshire, with Lord Charles Montagu, will be at Beaufort House, and M
April 30, 1907 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
RES OF Tz DAY'S NEWS

RES OF Tz DAY'S NEWS

RES OF DAY'S NEWS DOWAGER EMPRESS A CAMERA ENTHUSIAST. bearded figure. 2 Striking photograph showing the Dowager Empress of Russia standing at the window of the royal carriage and preparing to snapshot M. Fallieres, President of the French Republic, as he left her train at Bourge
April 30, 1907 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Godfrey sprang forward with a savage cry, but Floris, following the example of the older man, laid his hand on

Godfrey sprang forward with a savage cry, but Floris, following the example of the older man, laid his hand on

his arm. His own face was very white. "Be calm," he muttered. " You can do no good. Leave him to me. I shall know how to punish him." The older man had succeeded in persuading his companion to leave the room. " Who are they? " asked Godfrey, almost choking with rage " The young
April 30, 1907 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MISS EDNA MAY PRESENTS PRIZES AT FOOTBALL MATCH

MISS EDNA MAY PRESENTS PRIZES AT FOOTBALL MATCH

Yesterday Tottenham Hotspur and South. for the Southern Charity Cup, given by shows Miss Edna May making a speech to the Tottenham team, who were victori photog lari.pton met at Tottenham in the final the " Evening News." The photograph after presenting the Cup and medals ious b
April 30, 1907 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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April 30, 1907 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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April 30, 1907 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CRICKET AT CAMBRIDGE.

CRICKET AT CAMBRIDGE.

Playing for the Crusaders v. Jesus College, yesterday, B. Meakin, the Trinity senior, made a faultless 121, hitting fifteen 4's ; and G. G. Napier took seven wickets for 43. At one time he had taken six for 6. A. T. A. Dobson scored his second century of the season, making 103 f
April 30, 1907 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England