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December 27, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CAPTURES OF ARMS•

CAPTURES OF ARMS•

The following table shows a few of the captures made - by British vessels in the Persian Gulf during the last few months : March, 1909.—Cruiser Fox captured a dhow and 400 rifles. December, 1909.—The Fox captured three dhows, 500 rifles and 200,000 rounds of ammunition. December
December 27, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
IDENTIFIED BY BUTTON,

IDENTIFIED BY BUTTON,

Then Mr. and Mrs. William Riddle, of 20, Gordon-street, Ayr, said that their son, iinam Bell Riddle, had travelled on the train and was missing. They identified some keys, a box lid and some trinkets as his, but could not identify any of the bodies. Colonel Maxwell, of Kenbridge
December 27, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
VICTIM OF RESTAURANT LIFE.

VICTIM OF RESTAURANT LIFE.

There is another patient suffering from youthful indiscretion, but of another sort. It is a small black kitten, who shares a cage with a spotless white cat who will, in spite of rebuffs, wash him. Kitten, who is four weeks old, has an obsession, and that is that he not only can,
December 27, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PETER PAN'S SEVENTH YEAR.

PETER PAN'S SEVENTH YEAR.

"Peter Pan" reappeared at the Duke of York's Theatre yesterday for his seventh season. Miss Pauline Chase is again Peter, but there are many newcomers in the cast. Mr. Holman Clark is Hook and Miss Gertrude Lang is Wendy, and both were extremely; well received by the critical me
December 27, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WEST BROMWICH ON TOP.

WEST BROMWICH ON TOP.

West Bromwich Albion deprived Bolton Wanderers of t lead in the Second Division by beating them by 2 to 0 The Hawthorns, and thus early it is evident that t Throstles are going to make another great bid for pr motion this season. Clapton Orient made some amends f their defeat on
December 27, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
(FROM OUR SPECIAL -CORRESPON F:NT.)

(FROM OUR SPECIAL -CORRESPON F:NT.)

HAWES, Sun day.L=•-Yesterday morning Robert Field . , - a cottager who lives a mile and a quarter from Hawes Station-, listened, as was' his habit, for the coming of the Scottish express. It was a cold, raw morning, with a driving rain. Suddenly he heard the familiar roar of the
December 26, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CROWN PRINCE'S FIRST TIGER.

CROWN PRINCE'S FIRST TIGER.

The German Crown Prince on Saturday at Jaipur speared a fine boar and later shot his first tiger near the place where King Edward and King George also killed their first tigers, says Reuter. December 26, 1910 DDINGS FOE 23,000 CHILDREN. w "The Daily Mirror" Parcels Were Distribu
December 26, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
The notices which have been issued announcing that 500 will be paid to anyone giving information leading to the arrest

The notices which have been issued announcing that 500 will be paid to anyone giving information leading to the arrest

of the persons wanted in connection with the Houndsditch crime, lane •is printed in English, the other in Yiddish. CITY OF LONDON POLICE. MURDER OF POLICE OFFICERS, L5OO WHEREAS Serpents Charles Tucker and Robin, Bentley, and Ohoat, of the Ctty of London P01100,..e murdered City
December 26, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

December 26, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England