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SHOT BY A COMRADE.

SHOT BY A COMRADE.

The tragedy which occurred at the military barracks, Sheerness, last week w-as inquired into by the coroner yesterday. Gunner Heanue, when about to be arrested by a military escort for a petty theft of fish,. shot Bombardier Chew with a sporting gun, and afterwards turned the we
September 6, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SEPT. 6, 190 WAR DECLARED. Inv.fier's Force Descending on the Essex Coast. SHIPPED IN SIX HOURS. At midnight last night

SEPT. 6, 190 WAR DECLARED. Inv.fier's Force Descending on the Essex Coast. SHIPPED IN SIX HOURS. At midnight last night

war was declared. T " Blue " army, under General French, was on sea, preparing to land on the Essex shore, whit the " Red " army, under General Lyttelton, in camp close by Colchester awaiting the comi of the foe. Early yesterday morning thousands of peopl saw General French's ar
September 6, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
M.P.'s FAITHFUL DOG.

M.P.'s FAITHFUL DOG.

Dying Terrier Warns Its Master of Burglars. A touching instance of a dog's intelligence and fidelity has come to light in connection with the recent burglary at the house in Stepney occupied by Major Evans Gordon, M.P. The animal, an Irish terrier, was a clever watchdog, and the
September 6, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
1: 1.

1: 1.

(Siograph Studio.) - -.-,, ii i s This is the latest portrait of this popular young actress, who is now, appearing in "The Chevaleer," at the Garrick Theatre.—
September 6, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HIS WILD GRIEF.

HIS WILD GRIEF.

At the office he made no attempt to hide the torture of his mind. He would burst into tears and then, in the midst of his sobs, would tell this friend or that one how cruelly he was being treated. His days were spent in pouring out tempestuous appeals for mercy. And these were a
September 6, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Dress.

Dress.

AA.—TEAGOWNS, TEAGOWNS, TEAGOWNS. — For the • Autumn Season.—A small manufacturer's stock of magnificent Teagowns in crepe de Chine, Roman satin, silk, mousseline de soie; original wholesale prices, from 12 guineas to 25 guineas; now being offered at the reduced prices of from &
September 6, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Te " Daily Illustrated Mirror May 2, 1934. hd i.rror An Illustrated Paper for Men and Women. No. 154. Registued

Te " Daily Illustrated Mirror May 2, 1934. hd i.rror An Illustrated Paper for Men and Women. No. 154. Registued

at the G. P. 0. as a Newspaper. MONDAY, MAY 2, 1904. THE LATEST PHOTOGRAPH OF THE KING AND QUEEN. (Photograph by Lafayette, Dublin.) • „ . This photograph of the King and Queen was taken by royal command at the Viceregal Lodge during the visit to Dublin.—
May 2, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NOTICES TO READERS.

NOTICES TO READERS.

The Editorial, Advertising, and General Business Offices of the Daily Mirror are :- 2, CARMELITE-STREET, LONDON, E.C. TELEPHONES : 1310 and 1319 Holborn. The West End Offices of the Daily Mirror are:- 45 AND 46, NEW BOND-STREET, LONDON, W. TELeynoNE: 1986 Gerrard. TELEGRAPHIC AD
May 2, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
"BURY ME IN AN EGG-BOX."

"BURY ME IN AN EGG-BOX."

" My dear wife,—Kiss all the children for me, and as for me, bury me in an egg-box. Give ray best respects to mother and father. Tell father 1 shall never get in ass det no more. Let my little Jemmy follow me. Good-bye and God bless you all.—From a Broken-hearted Husband. Dear P
May 2, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LUXURY IN CONTINENTAL TRAVEL.

LUXURY IN CONTINENTAL TRAVEL.

Last evening the Great Eastern Railway Company commenced running a new, handsomely-fitted corridor train, which has been specially constructed for the journey between London and Harwich, in connection with the Hook of Holland route to the Continent. Started in 1903, the Hook ser
May 2, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England