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April 30, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CYCLISTS AND DOGS.

CYCLISTS AND DOGS.

The letter signed " Dog hover," on Wednesday„ rather amused me. Your correspondent is referring to dogs, and at the same time wishes to remind cyclists that streets were also intended for then general public, so I presume he is putting tha general public and himself on a level w
April 30, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
POLITICAL.

POLITICAL.

Royal Assent given to the Finance Bill. A brief holiday for legislators. How flying — will affect future conditions of life and future politics. Dreadful thought—won't it make tariff reform impossible? How can you subject aeroplanes to a duty? How can you establi,h frontiers in
April 30, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR The Silima of the Yatherca

THE DAILY MIRROR The Silima of the Yatherca

THE DAILY MIRROR Silima the Yatherca YORK MILLER. " Well, sir, I--" O'Rourke hesitated and seemed very reluctant to go on. " It's nothing very much, sir. Only has to do with where the bullet struck before it hit Lord Colbern." " Really, O'Rourke, you are tantalising beyond expres
April 30, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BARGAINS

BARGAINS

Fashionable Goods.
April 30, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SELECTIONS FOR HURST PARK.

SELECTIONS FOR HURST PARK.

o.—Two-Year-Old PIate—LICENSED VICTUALLER 2.3o.—Earlsheld Handicap—ST. MAC. 3. o.—Victoria Cup—SPANISH PRINCE. 3.3o.—May Plate—ROSEY POSEY. 6, o.—Durham PIate—WOODCUT. 4.3o.—Middlesex Plate—NIGHT RIDER. SPECIAL SELECTION. NIGHT RIDER.
April 30, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PARIS TO LONDON?

PARIS TO LONDON?

Asked whether he would fly from Paris to London if a prize were offered, as has already been suggested, his face beamed, and he replied with the characteristic and non-committal " perhaps" which was his one reply on Wednesday to eager inquirers at Hendon who asked him whether he
April 30, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WELL-EARNED DRINK.

WELL-EARNED DRINK.

She rewarded him with a whisky-and-soda, and be then went away. " I am sure he earned it," said Mr. Williams. Mr. Williams proceeded to quote a letter that bad been referred to before, but not read in full. It was written by Mrs. Biddulph when she was staying at Windsor in 1900
April 30, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FIRST AND SECOND IN THE ONE THOUSAND GUINEAS. Winkipop. Maid of Corinth. Winkipop, the winner, and Maid of Corinth, which

FIRST AND SECOND IN THE ONE THOUSAND GUINEAS. Winkipop. Maid of Corinth. Winkipop, the winner, and Maid of Corinth, which

ran second in the One Thousand Guineas at Newmarket. The picture was taken yesterday.—(" Daily Mirror" pho- tograph.) r. 1. - .
April 30, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FEATURES OF THE SESSION.

FEATURES OF THE SESSION.

Here is a summary of the principal features of the sittings of the new Parliament up to date : Last year's Budget passed by both Houses and given the Royal Assent. Lords' Veto Resolutions passed by the Commotv and embodied in a Bill which was formally read a first time. The Chan
April 30, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England