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MASKELYNE and Devant's Myster . ies, St. George's Hall. 3 and 8. Mr. Maskelyne s famous Automaton " PSYCHO," New

MASKELYNE and Devant's Myster . ies, St. George's Hall. 3 and 8. Mr. Maskelyne s famous Automaton " PSYCHO," New

and Startling Mysteries, including " The Scarab," etc. 'Phone, 1,545 Mayfair.
August 29, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME.—The " Daily Mirror's " Permanent Enlargements from any photograph at the uniform price of 7s.

THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME.—The " Daily Mirror's " Permanent Enlargements from any photograph at the uniform price of 7s.

6d. each; carriage paid, Bs.; in five styles—Nos. 1,2, 3, 4 and Special; size of actual picture, lsin. by 12in.; size of enlargement mounted on fine white plate-marked board, with cream India tint centre-24iin. by 19iin.; Style No. I—Black and white, finished by hand in Chinese
August 29, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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August 29, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BOY AND GIRL FRIENDSHIPS.

BOY AND GIRL FRIENDSHIPS.

I am very much pleased see that after a good deal of 'amiable theorising of the " It's so romantic and " They're very young and so good " order, this correspondence is now assuming, a more practical aspect. The modern tendency towards luxury and indulgence, the increasing laxity
August 29, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TO-DAY'S GOOD IDEA.

TO-DAY'S GOOD IDEA.

What is uglier than a dingy rhinestone hatpin? Dust and. dampness soon discolour the most expensive settings and make them shabby. Clean them with soap and water with an old toothbrush. Their brilliancy should be quite restored by this treatment.
August 29, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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LABOUR THREATS IGNORED.

LABOUR THREATS IGNORED.

Consols managed to gain an eighth on Saturdayquite a substantial advance in these dull timesand. there was a general rally in the other Funds, India Threes being prominent with a sharp recovery of three-eighths. Undeterred by the threats of an international strike of seamen, Hom
August 29, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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August 29, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SATURDAY'S SPORTS. Ist Royal Irish Fusiliers Win the Army Cross-country Race. For the third consecutive year, and in time which

SATURDAY'S SPORTS. Ist Royal Irish Fusiliers Win the Army Cross-country Race. For the third consecutive year, and in time which

was half a minute faster than that accomplished by them last year, the Ist Royal Irish Fusiliers (commanded by the Army champion hurdler, Captain C. E. Kinahan) won the Aldershot cross-country competition' for the Duke of Connaught's shield on Saturday with 402 points. Next came
August 29, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Page *4 MYSTERY OF A COUNTRY HOUSE. Servant Who " Smelled Death " Before Her Employer Died. STRYCHNINE IN COFFEE.

Page *4 MYSTERY OF A COUNTRY HOUSE. Servant Who " Smelled Death " Before Her Employer Died. STRYCHNINE IN COFFEE.

Many elements of mystery were present in the evidence given yesterday at the inquest regarding the death by poisoning of Mr. Joe Scott, a member of a firm of Bradford manufacturers. A fortnight ago Mr. Scott, while breakfasting at his country house at East Briefly, complained of
February 24, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
health, and for 14s. Gd. an octagonal talisman ensuring good fortune. The magician received thousands of letters from credulous correspondents,

health, and for 14s. Gd. an octagonal talisman ensuring good fortune. The magician received thousands of letters from credulous correspondents,

and it is estimated that he made .120,000 out of his clients. Amongst the correspondence seized by the police, it is stated, were letters of thanks from girls who had recovered their sweethearts, officers who had obtained promotion, and discontented married couples. One letter w
February 24, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England