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A boy did catch a squirrel one morning, but he soon dropped it, as the little animals have sharp teeth,

A boy did catch a squirrel one morning, but he soon dropped it, as the little animals have sharp teeth,

and it had bitten the lad's thumb through. Another favourite pastime of
January 15, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
JAN. 15,

JAN. 15,

January 15, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE ATTRACTIVE 'KINK.

THE ATTRACTIVE 'KINK.

"It is everything nowadays an attractive 'Kink' in the "LADIES' . ha ir A very pretty thing is wavy haaitrtye°r-r, with a " kink." It seems to m atte at the shade of it may happen of rom the golden tresses of the he2l;yed the popular novelist, down throuP,r the variety . of blon
January 15, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
less I/- (Id. per word afterwards).

less I/- (Id. per word afterwards).

SITUATIONS VACANT. HOUSES, ETC.. FOR SALE. free. ABSOLUTELY Pure Cream.—Send threepence to Fussed and Co., 4, Monument -street, London, to receive free alb. tin steriiized cream. —Name your grocer. TAAREN Bread.—Ask your . baker; if not obtainable, write ""Daren Mills, Dartford.
January 15, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WILL BE

WILL BE

OFFERED AT CLEARING PRICS' t P. ; . 11 '.e. e or 4 i ' ~ ' r 4 4' j `lr jr ate f
January 25, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MR. WINSTON CHURCHILL AT DUBLIN.

MR. WINSTON CHURCHILL AT DUBLIN.

Speaking last night at Dublin, Mr. Winston Churchill said he was an excommunicated politician. His constituency had no confidence in him, and seemed to take delight in telling him so. But a still more serious reverse had overtaken him. The Prime Minister, of whom he was a humble
January 25, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
VIENNA WANTS CHEAP MEAT.

VIENNA WANTS CHEAP MEAT.

Owing to the exorbitant price of meat in Vienna, says Reuter's correspondent, the City Council has resolved to ask the Government upon what conditions meat may be imported. On sanitary grounds the introduction of trans-oceanic meat has been discouraged. Simultaneously the Minist
January 25, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
14 'uld be c on d ense d as steam cou ld Wat ery and then it shone all the

14 'uld be c on d ense d as steam cou ld Wat ery and then it shone all the

4inted to the novelists present that -"u ight op en up th e su bj ect o f th e of one element into another. • sa Y i ng that sil ver or co pp er cou ld gold • but they might very well Very much cheaper than it was at .., OPENING MISS. Car service between New Crossat ,u)ster-brid
January 25, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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January 25, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England