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PEER WHO MARRIED IN AN OFFICE. Lady de Freyne Previously Wedded to Army Officer. MISSING HUSBAND. (From Our own Correspondent.)

PEER WHO MARRIED IN AN OFFICE. Lady de Freyne Previously Wedded to Army Officer. MISSING HUSBAND. (From Our own Correspondent.)

EDINBURGH, Sept. 30.—1 have ascertained that the marriage of Lord de Freyne, described in this morning's Daily Mirror, took place in Edinburgh co November 18, 1902. According to the official entry in Register House. Edinburgh, the marriage took place in a lawyer's ofEcf in Queen
October 1, 1913 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
"WITH MY LAST BREATH "-A CURSE

"WITH MY LAST BREATH "-A CURSE

After paying for my funeral, if you find there is anything left, please let it go to my baby. My husband has driven me to this, and I do not want him to benefit by my death. I leave my husband my soul's curse. . To my child I leave all my personal belongings. A curse to my husba
October 1, 1913 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GIVEN AWAY! PAPER PATTERN OF COMBINATIONS FOR WINTER

GIVEN AWAY! PAPER PATTERN OF COMBINATIONS FOR WINTER

presented with each copy ()PDF2 FART V OUR HOME," 6, ESSEX STREET, STRAND, LONDON, W.O Our Portrait is of Miss Woolf enden, who writes as follows: Having suffered for seven years with abscesSes in the leg, a friend of mine advised me to try Clarke's Blood Mixture. I had tried a
October 1, 1913 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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A correspondent who was amused at• the story told in these columns the other day concerning the ignorance of guides in some museums and places frequented by tourists, gives us another good instance of--trifling - confusion the mind of a housekeeper who showed him the pictures at
October 1, 1913 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SLE:

SLE:

1 QUEEN'S HALL, Sole Lessees, Chappell & Co., Ltd., ONLY RECITAL This Season Previous to American Tour. SATURDAY AFTERNOON NEXT at 3. Tickets : 1016, '6, 5/, 31-, 2/6, 21-, H. B. PHILLIPS, 17, Orchard Street, W. 6129 Mayfair. (To be continued.) FIRST COUNTRYMAN : "They do say the
October 1, 1913 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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October 1, 1913 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HOW A YOUNG LADY RESTORED

HOW A YOUNG LADY RESTORED

HER. GREY HAIR. At the age of twenty-eight I was completely grey, and looked like a woman of forty-five. I lost three good positions for no other reason than my faded hair and " aged " appearance. I was on the point of trying one of the advertised " hair restorers," to endeavour
October 1, 1913 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PUBLIC CONFIDENCE IN CONCREvEs ELIXIR AS A PREVENTIVE AND CURATIVE AGENT IN CONSUMPTION IS UNABATED AFTER A CRUCIAL TEST OF

PUBLIC CONFIDENCE IN CONCREvEs ELIXIR AS A PREVENTIVE AND CURATIVE AGENT IN CONSUMPTION IS UNABATED AFTER A CRUCIAL TEST OF

87 YEARS. THE .REV. J. E. JONES, of The Vicarage, Whitland R. S.O. South Wales, writes :—. I find your Elixir most beneficial in consumptive cases in this damp climate," CONGREVE'S ELIXIR, of all Chemists,l/11, 219, 4/6, and 11/-per bottle. G. T. CONGREVE'S Book on The Successfu
October 1, 1913 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WHAT THE PROJECr

WHAT THE PROJECr

The offer to collect sufficient funds for the contribution of twelve armoured ships towards the maintenance of British naval supremacy is a striking evidence of the contentedness of India with - British rule—a feature which is strongly emphasised by the suggestion that the vesse
November 30, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR AND

THE DAILY MIRROR AND

THE NAVY. round figures, £2,200.,000, and each armoured cruiser £2,000,000. Therefore the total figures are : Three battleships £6,600,000 Nine armoured cruisers 18,000,000 Total £24,1300,000 Below is shown the manner in which other Daughter States of the Empire have come to our
November 30, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England