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IDOLS THAT BRING MISFORTUNES. Clergyman's Strange Appeal to " The Daily Mirror." `JUDGMENT OF THE GODS' (FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.)

IDOLS THAT BRING MISFORTUNES. Clergyman's Strange Appeal to " The Daily Mirror." `JUDGMENT OF THE GODS' (FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.)

LOUGHBOROUGH, Tuesday.—A mystic romance of Oriental fatalism, of misfortune ever dogging the footsteps of the possessor of certain Indian idols, has caused consternation in the family of a clergyman in one of the most prosaic corners of the Midlands. The vicar of a rural parish
January 5, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CURSE OF THE IDOLS.

CURSE OF THE IDOLS.

" My brother said he had no idols himself, and laughed when the Indian grew very solemn and declared that misfortune would accompany the idols everywhere until they were returned to India. " He told my brother to give this message to their possessor, but said that he would not d
January 5, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MANY DIFFERENT CALLS.

MANY DIFFERENT CALLS.

January 5, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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Lord and Lady Clifford of Chudleigh have ever since Christmas been entertaining a number of people at Ugbrooke Park, and last night some 'private theatricals took place in the pretty little theatre which Lord Clifford built a few years ago. The ever popular " Pantomime Rehearsal
January 5, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
EARL PERCY'S SEAT. ABY GUESTS WHO WILL ATTEND TO-NIGHT'S MANSION HOUSE BALL IN THEIR FANCY DRESSES. Master Stanley Doree. Master

EARL PERCY'S SEAT. ABY GUESTS WHO WILL ATTEND TO-NIGHT'S MANSION HOUSE BALL IN THEIR FANCY DRESSES. Master Stanley Doree. Master

W. C. Bryan Miss Dorothy Roe. Master Bernard Roe. To-night the Lord Mayor, Sir John Knill, is giving a fancy-dress ball at the Mansion House. Master Bernard Roe is going as Bubbles, Master W. C. Bryan as a Court page, Master Stanley Doree as a Neapolitan fisherman, and Miss Doro
January 5, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SCHOOL OUTFITS.

SCHOOL OUTFITS.

Special attention is called to this important section. All STANDARD SCHOOL GOODS are substantially reduced. Parents and Guardians will do well to take advantage of this opportunity to replenish the wardrobes of their young charges for next term. Marlboro' Jackets and Vests - 16/
January 5, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
0 krmiEVIORNING JOURNAL WITH THE SECOND LARGEST NET SALE One Halfpenny. THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1910 Ito. 1933. 44 g 2

0 krmiEVIORNING JOURNAL WITH THE SECOND LARGEST NET SALE One Halfpenny. THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1910 Ito. 1933. 44 g 2

stered eG. P a aPer. EXI 'N EMPIRE ONLY ON SUFFERANCE UNLESS OUR NAVY BE SUPREME .. IVILALFOURS SOLEMN WARNING TO ELECTORS OF UNITED KINGDOM . - ; ; : • . • • 4 ... • ,: • . .<1 . • ,• • • • ritr • A ......... Speaking at Hanley to a vast audience, Mr. Balfour, who _l's leading
January 6, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SERIAL.

SERIAL.

January 6, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BEST SELLING BOOK.

BEST SELLING BOOK.

Despite the fact that 40,000 copies of "The Daily ail Year Book" have passed through the hands of Messrs. W. H. Smith and Son, they have now given the publishers a supplementary order for 2,600 copies. No voter, taxpayer, or newspaper reader should be without this admirable hand
January 6, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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January 6, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England