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SOUTH AFRICANS KEEN TACKLING.

SOUTH AFRICANS KEEN TACKLING.

The South Africans only showed up in grand colours in one particular—their grand tackling. H. Corley, the Irish half, who was refereeing the game —and though I have seen Cartwright, Jones, and many others, I have never seen such a magnificent and impartial referee—told me afterw
November 19, 1906 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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November 19, 1906 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SMALL ADVERTISEMENTS are received at the offices of the " Daily Mirror," 12, Whitefriars-st, E.C., between the hours of 10

SMALL ADVERTISEMENTS are received at the offices of the " Daily Mirror," 12, Whitefriars-st, E.C., between the hours of 10

and 6 (Saturdays 10 to 2), at the rate of 12 words for 2s. (2d. each word afterwards). Advertisements if sent by post must be accompanied by POSTAL ORDERS CROSSED COUTTS and CO. (STAMPS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED). "Daily Mirror" Advertisers can have replies to their advertisements se
November 19, 1906 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SELECTIONS FOR WARWICK.

SELECTIONS FOR WARWICK.

1. o.—Warwick Stceplechase—PEßSSE'S SELECTED, I.3o.—Hatton Hurdle—BßlDLE ROAD. 2. o. —Juvenile Hurdle—BULßO. 2.3o.—Upton Steeplechase—CLOßANE'S PRIDE. 3. o.—Castle HurdIe—ABELARD. 3.3o.—Leamington Steeplechase—AßNOLD. GREY FRIARS.
November 19, 1906 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Page 16: The 'WALTON' BOOT is quite different from the usual medium-priced hoot. It is sold in a different way—with

Page 16: The 'WALTON' BOOT is quite different from the usual medium-priced hoot. It is sold in a different way—with

a different object. The usual selling idea is to make money, and as much as possible—ours is to make customers: to come into touch with people who, once knowing the value of our goods, will come to us regularly. The "Walton" Boot is a Good-looking, Well-wearing, Com- fortable Bo
November 19, 1906 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
YEAR'S MESSAGE. Makes the General Election the Subject of His Exhortation. WHAT WILL HAPPEN? Astrologer Takes a Gloomy View of

YEAR'S MESSAGE. Makes the General Election the Subject of His Exhortation. WHAT WILL HAPPEN? Astrologer Takes a Gloomy View of

the Prospect for 1906. The Archbishop of Canterbury has issued the following New Year's message : " Not often in our long history has the dawn of a new year coincided so closely as it does to-day with the opening of a new chapter in our national life. " It is a commonplace to re
January 1, 1906 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Page 0 ri 2 C. FASHIONABLE NEW YEAR'S WEDDING. y . • / ••• ~ .4 ' Miss Violet Caulfield,

Page 0 ri 2 C. FASHIONABLE NEW YEAR'S WEDDING. y . • / ••• ~ .4 ' Miss Violet Caulfield,

daughter of the late —be married to-morrow to Captain Nelson Ward, R.N.., at St. Dunstan's Church, Cheam, Hon. Marcus Caulfield, and niece of Viscount Charlemont, who is to— Surrey. GULL'S HAPPY NEW YEAR. TRIBUTE TO GLADSTONE. f. . • • • • • • . K: • . Capital snapshot of a gull
January 1, 1906 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
-4 3 INIATURE eFi

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-4 3 INIATURE A Charming Coloured Photograph of yourself or friend Framed in Roiled Gold BROOCH PENDANT (Postage 2d. extra). 211 P.O. crossed "& Co. No photograph, however perfect, can give you such a realistic and lifelike impression of yourself as one of these brilliant little
January 1, 1906 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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Lord Cork, in the Richmond Hurdle, was expected to follow up his Gatwick success, but failed to cope with Denatello. The new pattern of hurdles (covered with more gorse than on the previous afternoon) proved fatal to Alexander M. He fell and broke his neck. Fortunately Mr. E. Ha
January 1, 1906 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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January 2, 1906 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England