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MR. F. E. SMITH'S ATTACK.

MR. F. E. SMITH'S ATTACK.

Then came a brilliant and slashing attack on the Government from the midst of the Unionist benches. It was one of the best efforts Mr. F. E. Smith has made in the House of Commons. Mr. Smith threw up into dramatic relief the way
February 23, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TO•DAY'S WEATHER.

TO•DAY'S WEATHER.

Our special weather fore Cast for to-day is:— Very variable breezes, chiefly south-westerly ; changeable, cold showers, with bright intervals. Lighting-up time, 6.27 p.m. LONDON OBSERVATIONS.—St. James' Park, 6 p.m.: Barometer, 29.78 in., inclined to rise ; temperature, 45deg. W
February 23, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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February 23, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SICILIAN " HORROR-DRAMA."

SICILIAN " HORROR-DRAMA."

Playgoers with a taste for thrills, shocks, and horrors will welcome the reappearance in London of the Sicilian players, headed by Cavaliere Grasso. They opened last night at the Lyric Theatre with " Feudalismo," a three-act horror-drama of love, hate, jealousy, revenge, and all
February 23, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Page 5 "LITTLE GIRL" WOMEN. Youth To Be the Main Feature of the New Season's Costumes. The little girl "

Page 5 "LITTLE GIRL" WOMEN. Youth To Be the Main Feature of the New Season's Costumes. The little girl "

woman is to be one of the features of the present season. She is the woman of forty who when attired in the present fashion really looks that twenty-five to which she modestly confesses, or the woman of thirty with the appearance of twenty-two. Mother and daughter, in fact, seem
February 23, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CHILDREN AND PARENTS.

CHILDREN AND PARENTS.

If we want to understand why it is that our children often seem so rebellious and so ranch' disinclined to submit to the well-meant authority of parents or guardians we have only to look back upon our own youth, and to ask ourselves whether we were so willing in those days to su
February 23, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WINDSOR RACING RETURNS.

WINDSOR RACING RETURNS.

WINDSOR. I.3O.—CLAREMONT HANDICAP. Two miles and 100 yards.—WOLFHOUND (Cowley), 1; CLANDON LAD (Bulteel), 2; GEOFF (Piggott), 3. Also ran: Protector and Auditor. Betting.-7 to 4 Wolfhound, 5 to 2 Protector, 4 Geoff. 5 Clandon Lad, and 10 Auditor. Six; three. (Riste.) 2.O.—TUESDA
February 23, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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February 23, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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February 26, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NOT DOWNHEARTED,

NOT DOWNHEARTED,

"What the yellow dogs are to the canine world the members of the Yellow Dog Club will be to the great human world. Candidates for membership must prove that they are failures, but also that they have not lost their cheerfulness or bonhomie. "Here is a form of application for mem
February 26, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England