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DEATH OF SIR W. PALMER.

DEATH OF SIR W. PALMER.

" I can imagine the average father clean forgetting that he was in charge of his offspring—rushing hack late at night and finding little Willie playing with his razors- in- the study." . - "li 3 rovidinitlere;;;;Ot a capable, conscientious nurse, it is interesting to know what t
April 18, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Essex Draghounds' Point-to-Point Steeplechases. The Essex Draghounds' tenth annual pri horse jumping over a fallen rider. (2) A pigny, Bart.

Essex Draghounds' Point-to-Point Steeplechases. The Essex Draghounds' tenth annual pri horse jumping over a fallen rider. (2) A pigny, Bart.

• ' ' " • - • - - • 3 7 < ; • • . ~ • . : : ~ • • • . ::.• : • . , . • • vate point-to-point steeplechases were held on Saturday at Gardners, Epping. (1) A. policeman helping some ladies at an awkward spot. (3) Sir Claude Champion de Cres, mounting for the first race.—(Daily, Mi
April 18, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Ask your Grocer for

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April 18, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CHELSEA'S STARS BEATEN.

CHELSEA'S STARS BEATEN.

Chelsea suffered the severest blow in their career by their 1-0 defeat from Bristol City, at Ashton Gate. and not even the expenditure of much wealth—they had paid, it is said, over £3,000 for McConnell, Whittingham and Smith — proved of any service against a team that won the d
April 18, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
siGNET RlNes were sold by us during • the year 1909. • Tens of thousands of Unsolicited Testimonials have •

siGNET RlNes were sold by us during • the year 1909. • Tens of thousands of Unsolicited Testimonials have •

, ii ii,: been received from pleased cus,, • tamers. WHY NOT TRY ONE? For a short time longer ----- O A,. we will give ABSOLUTELY one of our beautiful 12-ct. GOLD-FILLED Signet Rings. In order to introduce our Illustrated Cata\= ,_ jr logue and the excellent . wearing . qualitie
April 18, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.

ALADY must sell her magnificent upright iron grand drawing-room piano; nearly new; fitted-with check repeater action ; rich inlaid marqueterie work, carved pillars; deep tone; no finer instrument could be desired; original price 66 guineas, take 15 guineas; approval 3 days, carr
June 8, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MANY HOUSES STRUCK.

MANY HOUSES STRUCK.

At Old Windsor the lightning struck the residence of Mr. J. Cooper, and at Windsor the roof of the Clarence Hotel was struck, and a lady who Was in bed at the time received a severe shock. A house at Sanderstead, near Croydon, was struck, the lightning splitting one of the walls
June 8, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DUTIES OF WOMEN.

DUTIES OF WOMEN.

Then Mr. Roosevelt touched on some of the great problems that harass modern civilised nations. " Why," he asked, " do great artificial empires, whose citizens are knit by a bond of speech and culture much more than by a bond of blood, show periods of extraordinary growth, and ag
June 8, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England