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Seasonable Delicacies !

Seasonable Delicacies !

November 16, 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Sir Blundell Maple's only daughter, the Baroness von Eckhardstein. From a painting ly Edward Hughcs.

Sir Blundell Maple's only daughter, the Baroness von Eckhardstein. From a painting ly Edward Hughcs.

the great shopkeeper's prosperity was the fact of his having no son to succeed him. His affections were centred in his only daughter, upon whom he is said to have settled a quarter of a million at her birth, and whose marriage to Baron Von Eckhardstein was one of the events of a
November 25, 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LOVELY Pair of white satin Corsets, 1-4 brocaded with pink poppies; cost 4 guineas; price 255.; never worn.—The Bond Street

LOVELY Pair of white satin Corsets, 1-4 brocaded with pink poppies; cost 4 guineas; price 255.; never worn.—The Bond Street

Dress Agency, 95, New Bond-street.
December 15, 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
EXPELLED FROM SWITZERLAND.

EXPELLED FROM SWITZERLAND.

The Department of Justice and Police at Geneva have had conducted to Chiasso, on the Italian frontier, seventeen Italians who took part in disturbances last Friday. A number of these are reported to be Anarchists who had intended to rob banks and break the machinery in workshops
November 16, 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR.

THE DAILY MIRROR.

November 25, 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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VERY gorgeous Duchesse Evening Gown, handcomely embroidered with pearls, sequin, and chenille, trimmed chiffon and real lace; large size; worn

VERY gorgeous Duchesse Evening Gown, handcomely embroidered with pearls, sequin, and chenille, trimmed chiffon and real lace; large size; worn

once; £lo.—The Bond Street Dress Agency, 95, New Bond-street.
December 15, 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
YESTERDAY AT BRIGHTON.

YESTERDAY AT BRIGHTON.

Brighton was once more favoured with a fine Sunday ; the sun was shining brilliantly all day while the air had a delicious sting in it that told, yet not too keenly, that winter was at hand. Church parade was more crowded than ever, and among those recognised were Sir Edward and
November 16, 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GLOVES

GLOVES

For Evening WO WAREHOUSE PRICES. SINGLE P LADIES' 4-BUTTON WHITE 2/4, 2/8 per pair. " OPERETTA' QUALITY KID in White or Light Shades, Length Mousquetaire, 3/6: Length, 4/6 per pair; 20-Butto ll- in White only, 5,1.1 per pair. WASHABLE KID, 12-Butto Mousquetaire, White Glace that
January 7, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
YOUR DOG OR YOUR CHILD ?

YOUR DOG OR YOUR CHILD ?

A " Cowardly " Practice. (To the Editor of the Daily Mirror.) Under the above heading a letter signed " Perdita " appeared in your issue of the 19th inst. I trust that you will permit me to answer it from my point of view. To " Perdita's " question the answer is, naturally, " Ne
November 25, 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PROVISIONS IN SEASON. Fish. Turbot, Brill. Mackerel. Lemon Soles. Soles. Plaice. Herrings. Whiting. Sprats. Smelts. Whitebait. Lobsters. Crabs. Oysters. Game

PROVISIONS IN SEASON. Fish. Turbot, Brill. Mackerel. Lemon Soles. Soles. Plaice. Herrings. Whiting. Sprats. Smelts. Whitebait. Lobsters. Crabs. Oysters. Game

and Poultry. Quails. Pheasants. Hares. Teal. Widgeon. Snipe. Venison. Ducks: Rabbits. Fowls. Geese. Turkeys. Pigeons. Afeat.
November 16, 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England