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P A. - Page 10 _ THB DAILY MIRROR PAN] r - PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE PRINCIPALS IN "ALAI - )l7)ll'i,'

P A. - Page 10 _ THB DAILY MIRROR PAN] r - PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE PRINCIPALS IN "ALAI - )l7)ll'i,'

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January 1, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PRINCIPALS

PRINCIPALS

Newcastle THE IDAILY NITRROI2 PANTOMIME EDITION 4 Miss Daisy aGJerome,_e the principal girl in "i\lottir hetr oo , se G '; as a g t ow t . he Grand Miss Cressie Leonard as the Prince in " Cinderella" at the Theatre Royal,
January 1, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TI Ma EN A for road . with s':agc Mi lon 'Chir, Pany McN a iitt

TI Ma EN A for road . with s':agc Mi lon 'Chir, Pany McN a iitt

January 1, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FIRST WOMAN ELECTION AGENT. Miss Pocock Describes Her 'Work in the Strand Constituency. HER BUSY DAYS. Miss E. Pocock is

FIRST WOMAN ELECTION AGENT. Miss Pocock Describes Her 'Work in the Strand Constituency. HER BUSY DAYS. Miss E. Pocock is

the first lady election agent. She presides at 46, Rupert-street, W., at the central committee-rooms of Mr. L. W. J. Costello, Liberal candidate for the Strand Division of Westminster. The rooms are only a few yards from Piccadillycircus. For ten years past Miss Pocock has been
January 8, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MR. IRVING MR. COHEN.

MR. IRVING MR. COHEN.

pinc-nez as a skilled critic." He declared he could not stand Mr. " Dale's " criticism of Miss Mabel Hackney (Mrs. Laurence Irving), who takes the part of the Affinity. The audience applauded Mr. Irving both during his speech and afterwards. The New York American itself, as well
January 8, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DEFECTIVE CHILDREN.

DEFECTIVE CHILDREN.

How the Council watches over the children is shown by the fact that 14,440 infringements of the Employment of Children Act were discovered, of which 5,177 were in respect of general employment and 9,263 in respect of street trading. There are about 3,000 physically defective chi
January 8, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MAN'S HELPLESS FUTURE.

MAN'S HELPLESS FUTURE.

Moral Drawn from Ant World Against the Supremacy of Women. In the matter of memory there is a curious con• trast between the sexes in the ant world, and Mr. H. Hill drew a moral from it yesterday in a lecture to a juvenile audience at the London Institution. The male ant, he exp
January 8, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
He has-cured hundreds of the worst cases of

He has-cured hundreds of the worst cases of

He has - cured hundreds of the worst cases of Flatfoot Displaced Bones Dislocations Sprains and Strains Twisted Joints Fixed Toe-Joints Displaced Knee Cartilages and Spinal Injuries and Deformities of all Kinds. Footballers and sportsmen especially value Mr. Cliburn's services, a
January 8, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ARTICLES ;far- DISPOSAL

ARTICLES ;far- DISPOSAL

ARTICLES DISPOSAL BABY Carriages supplied direct, carriage paid, on .approval; shop profits saved; cash or easy monthly payments; send to-day for art catalogue free; 100 latest designs,--Godiva Carriage Co. - (Dept. 35), Coventry. FREE. -30 asstd. samples of Rob Roy Pens, 2d., po
January 8, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE STOCKTAKING t LSAT 11 Bi D'S THREE DAYS ONLY

THE STOCKTAKING t LSAT 11 Bi D'S THREE DAYS ONLY

THE STOCKTAKING t LSAT THREE DAYS ONLY TO-DAY, TO-MORROW, and WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10th, 11th, 12th TOTTENHAM HOUSE, TOTTENHAM COURT ROAD, LONDON, W. THE SUCCESS OF THE SEASON sets the ' tent('
January 10, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England