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NO FEAR OF SUFFRAGETTES.

NO FEAR OF SUFFRAGETTES.

" They are going to have one here next week, but they won't make anybody vote against father. Mother doesn't think they will, too. " Electioneering is amusing, but I shouldn't like to have to write as many letters as mother." In Megan's favourite armchair at Criccieth is a cushi
January 14, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LAST DAY FOR THE £lOO

LAST DAY FOR THE £lOO

To-day is the last day on which to prepare and send in forecasts of the result of the general election. Intending competitors for the prize of £lOO offered in connection with "The Daily Mail Election Chart " should bear in mind that coupons should reach the offices of The Daily
January 14, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WISDOM OF THE WISE.

WISDOM OF THE WISE.

Candidates should be flattered at the following The use of this general election is to gather a multitude of wise men, and then to choose out men who you think are fit for the House of Parlia-ment, to make out the laws for the people. When they are making these laws they have to
January 14, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SEQUEL TO ASSASSINATION.

SEQUEL TO ASSASSINATION.

LisitoN, Thursday.—With reference to the recent detention of a Portuguese subject named Ramirez I .ln Rio de Janeiro, a Brazilian police officer, who has arriaed here, confirms that the man was detained on suspicion of being implicated in the assassination of King Carlos and the
January 14, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Diagram showing the position of the premises occupied by Messrs. B. B. Evans in the High-road, Kilburn, and the damage done to their drapery establishment by the fire which broke out last night. Photographs will be found on page 11.

Diagram showing the position of the premises occupied by Messrs. B. B. Evans in the High-road, Kilburn, and the damage done to their drapery establishment by the fire which broke out last night. Photographs will be found on page 11.

SEARCH FOR RARE CAT. Stray Prize Kitten Revives Hopes Long- Haired Tortoiseshell May Be Found. The hunt for the long-haired tortoiseshell torn cat, chronicled recently in The Daily Mirror, grows keener than ever, for every now and then the hope of finding one glimmers on the hor
January 14, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MOTORIST SENT TO PRISON.

MOTORIST SENT TO PRISON.

Found guilty of the manslaughter of a roadman named Christopher Read running him down with his motor-car at Highgate, but recommended to mercy, Harry Allen, works manager to a motorcar company, was sentenced at the Old Bailey yesterday to six months' hard labour.
January 14, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
and Incidents In

and Incidents In

es y-eight letche !ad). for Swansea Town a new one fro /// - Miss Stevens,. with her poodle, which sits up and begs far votes for COlorfel J; R. Wright, Unionist candidate m the Mercat Cross, Parliament-squ6.re, Edinburgh. 7 /
January 14, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Page 10 FASHIONS THAI LINE THE FACE. How Wrinkles Are Produced by Wearing Hats of Abnormal Size and Shape. Every

Page 10 FASHIONS THAI LINE THE FACE. How Wrinkles Are Produced by Wearing Hats of Abnormal Size and Shape. Every

foolish extravagance fashion introduces brings its punishment. The wasp-waiSt corset was responsible when it was in vogue for internal injuries that shortened life, and the long-trained skirt, worn trailing in the street, led to the introduction of no end of murderous microbes i
January 14, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
INFANT CANVASSER FOR HIS FATHER. Tiny Politician of Walworth Chats with " The Daily Mirror." "LITTLE BILLY." Lionel Belilios, aged

INFANT CANVASSER FOR HIS FATHER. Tiny Politician of Walworth Chats with " The Daily Mirror." "LITTLE BILLY." Lionel Belilios, aged

four years, is "championing the cause of Unionism in Walw•orth - with the aid of a pretty smiling Lace, his own pony and cart, and speeches which contain the most irresistible. appeal either child or man can make. He is the son of Belilios, the Unionist candidate, who is popular
January 13, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
(FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.)

(FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.)

CARNARVON, Wednesday.—Miss Megan Lloyd- George, who is virtually proxy candidate in her father's absence for the six Carnarvon boroughs of Carnarvon, Bangor, Criccieth, Nevin, Pwllheli, and Conway, will to-morrow make - a sort of triumphal motor-car tour of Carnarvon, accompanie
January 13, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England