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son_ ' This was the verdict returned yesterday, at Carlisle Assizes, where the trial concluded of Samuel Caudle, driver of the second express in the Aisgill disaster, who was charged with the manslaughter of Sir Arthur Douglas, one of the passengers. Tar till remarking that he wo
October 22, 1913 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
"NO FLOWERS" AT FUNERALS.

"NO FLOWERS" AT FUNERALS.

Custom Becoming Unpopular as Wasteful, Tiresome and Meaningless. Will those who kindly wish to send flowers send the money to a charitable fund instead?" These words, which appear in the obituary notice 'of the late Charles Brookfield, suggest one reason for the formula,, more a
October 22, 1913 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
11 LOBE THEATRE.—NightIy, at 8.30. Mats., Bats., at 2.30. PEOPLE LIKE OURSELVES. by Robert Vansittart. ETHEL WARWICK, LOTTIE VENNE, HILDA

11 LOBE THEATRE.—NightIy, at 8.30. Mats., Bats., at 2.30. PEOPLE LIKE OURSELVES. by Robert Vansittart. ETHEL WARWICK, LOTTIE VENNE, HILDA

ANTONY, FREDERICK KERR, KENNETH DOUGLAS. GERALD LAWRENCE.
October 22, 1913 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TO-DAY'S DINNER-TABLE TOPICS.

TO-DAY'S DINNER-TABLE TOPICS.

The escaped convict problem. Would you have the heart to give him up to justice? Of course, you really would: but if he told the right story of innocence and a waiting wife you would feel rather uneasy. Scenes. Some people like them; some don't. Yesterday'', scene at the Law Cou
October 22, 1913 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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October 22, 1913 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
The L. & N. C, Railway.

The L. & N. C, Railway.

October 22, 1913 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Advertisers' Announcements.

Advertisers' Announcements.

October 22, 1913 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Page KIiS SHOT DEAD SKA FKOXT. Sentries Who Held I p Motor-Car Cliarged at Torquay. DISPITK. (From Our Own Corrcspordent.)

Page KIiS SHOT DEAD SKA FKOXT. Sentries Who Held I p Motor-Car Cliarged at Torquay. DISPITK. (From Our Own Corrcspordent.)

Toeqi ay, Jan. 25. Two otiicers were in Tor«]u;i\ last night after large i which lliey were driving had I hold I sentries the sea front They wore Lieutenant Simpson < Army Service Corps*, of Devonport, and Lieutenant Hart. (R-N, The driver of the car was Mr. \ictor Merton, of th
January 26, 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
RED CROSS WORKER.

RED CROSS WORKER.

■■ ■■ THE HUNS’ LUTHERAN SERVICE. A party (icrman soldiers attending I.ntlieran ''ervi(<’ t, (jf battle. The maioiitv the Ihu-'i.ui' l.utli* i. n'i. Many aic speculative atheists. | «' i ' if 4 ,• , « *4. ' , rnKt- ■>, - ;<> > . ... «, ! :L. ' > <>^" l iMtg(ilww> <li i*» Mf V li
September 15, 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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September 15, 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England