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THE marriage of Miss Margaret Fraser and Captain Stirling of Keir, to-morrow, will be a very pretty one. It is

THE marriage of Miss Margaret Fraser and Captain Stirling of Keir, to-morrow, will be a very pretty one. It is

to take place at St. Mary's, Eskdale, at 11.30. Lord Lovat is to give his sister away, and Lady Lovat will afterwards hold . a reception at Beaufort Castle, when the presents received by the bride and bridegroom will be displayed, prominent amongst them being the beautifuljewels
April 13, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
A SINGLE BOX OF CUTICURA CURED THREE

A SINGLE BOX OF CUTICURA CURED THREE

Father, Daughter and Baby Boy had Dreadful Itching Rash Would Scratch Till They Bled and Sleep was Badly Broken—Their Cures PROVED ECONOMICAL EASY AND PERMANENT husband has suffered for years at different times with this distressing complaint—a burning, irritating rash on his ar
April 13, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NO CASE OF RUPTURE IS HOPELESS. No Need for Torturing Operations, or Useless Clumsy Trusses—The Stuart Plaster-Pad Treatment Is What

NO CASE OF RUPTURE IS HOPELESS. No Need for Torturing Operations, or Useless Clumsy Trusses—The Stuart Plaster-Pad Treatment Is What

You Want. There is no need for despair in the heart of the ruptured, afflicted person. There is no need to face the knife and the terrors of the operatingtable. There is no need to give up hope, though trusses and " treatments " have utterly failed. Though you have suffered for
April 13, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SETTLEMENT IN RHODESIANS.

SETTLEMENT IN RHODESIANS.

A somewhat heavy bull position was revealed by the settleMent carry-over in Rhodesians, but the market quickly recovered from the mild fright, and towards the close cheerfulness was pronounced. Willoughbys kept well in evidence and Surprise WHIM firmer, while Tanganyikas, in the
April 13, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DAILY IL THIS MORNING'S NEWS ITEMS.

DAILY IL THIS MORNING'S NEWS ITEMS.

BERLIN, Tuesday.—A telegram from Pekin published here says that the Dalai Lama contemplates returning to Tibet, and hopes for a repeal of the edict deposing him.—Reuter. Gateshead police last night offered a reward of for information leading to the arrest of Thomas Craig, or Cra
April 13, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LONDON AMUSEMENTS.

LONDON AMUSEMENTS.

April 13, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HOLIDAY APARTMENTS.

HOLIDAY APARTMENTS.

IDAYING Guests received in 'lady's charming old-fashioned Farmhouse; safe bathing; boating,tshing, golf, tennis.- - Mrs. Gribble, Lee-on-Sea, Ilfracombe. YOU WANT A GUIDE!—Ask your bookseller for Burrow's Pocket Guides, 2d. each; 500 towns in series.—List free from Burrow (Dept.
April 13, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

ELECTROLYSIB.—SuperfIuous hair permanently removed; ladies only; consultations free.—Miss Florence Wood. 105, Regent-et, W. 11 to 6 daily. ANATRIMONIAL Times.—Best introductory medium for altemiiring matrimony; in sealed envelope, 6d.—Editor. 6. VeatherstonelSuildingr - Holborn,
April 13, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BIRKBECK BANK Established 1851. SOUTHAMPTON BUILDINGS HIGH HOLBORN W.O. 2i PER CENT. INTEREST allowed on Deposits repayable on demand. 2

BIRKBECK BANK Established 1851. SOUTHAMPTON BUILDINGS HIGH HOLBORN W.O. 2i PER CENT. INTEREST allowed on Deposits repayable on demand. 2

PER QENT. INTL-REST on Drawing Accounts with Cheque Book. All general Banking Business transacted. ALMANACK. with full particulars, POST ,'REE, C. F. RAVENSCROFT. Secretary.
April 13, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HAYWARDS HEATH BIRCHED BOY SET FREE:

HAYWARDS HEATH BIRCHED BOY SET FREE:

April 15, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England