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" No illness since Oats" eating P_rov►ost says this octogenarian. " Although I am now in my eighty-second year, I

" No illness since Oats" eating P_rov►ost says this octogenarian. " Although I am now in my eighty-second year, I

have never had any illness since dieting myself on Provost Oats, and I am hearty and able to walk 8 to 10 miles per day without over-fatiguing myself." Mr. H. F London, W.
April 8, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BANANA SHORTAGE.

BANANA SHORTAGE.

Smaller Supply to English Markets, Owing to Continental Boom. There is a shortage of bananas on the English markets owing to the great demand for the fruit which has sprung up in Germany and France. " The banana shortage first became evident about two months ago," a Covent Garde
April 8, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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April 8, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Wonderful Reproduction of a Tudor Village. The annexe of Olympia is transformed into a beautiful village of the Tudor Period.

Wonderful Reproduction of a Tudor Village. The annexe of Olympia is transformed into a beautiful village of the Tudor Period.

There is the village green, pond-ducking stool and stocks, realistic old trees, a waterfall 20ft. high, 27 shops and cottages occupied by firms established over 100 years, and quaint old village inn. Arts and Crafts. A beautiful display of Lace, Jewellery, Wood Carving, Painting
April 8, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Wanted to Purchase.

Wanted to Purchase.

LLEN AND DAWS' EXTRA PIN MONEY is sent to all parts of the. British. Isles in exchange for etery kind of old gold and silver Jewellery; Diamond Jewellery, Sterling Silver Sheffield Plate; Platinum, False Teeth, Snuff Boxes, and any article whatever in gold or silver; send anythi
April 8, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MR. REDMOND'S DENIAL. "PARNELLISM AND CRIME." INCOME-TAX PROSPECTS. TO-DAY'S WEATHER.

MR. REDMOND'S DENIAL. "PARNELLISM AND CRIME." INCOME-TAX PROSPECTS. TO-DAY'S WEATHER.

Our special weather forecast for to-day is:— Southerly breezes, changeable ; showers, with bright intervals ; temperature rather above the normal for the time of the year. Lighting-up time, 7.48 p.m. High water at London Bridge, 3.44 p.m. LONDON OBSERVATIONS.—St. James' Park, 6
April 12, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TALE OF AN ORANGE.

TALE OF AN ORANGE.

Schoolboy Apologises and Pays for Fruit Which He Says He Stole. Written in a round, boyish hand, a remarkable letter, it was yesterday reported, has just been received from " a Hull Boy " by the proprietors of a fruitshop in Withernsea. " Dear Madam,—l am very sorry for stealing
April 12, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FIRST GOAL TO WALES.

FIRST GOAL TO WALES.

Strong attacks on the Irish goal were rewarded midway' Through the first half. Love Jones passed to Grenville Morris, who turned the ball out, and Evans, racing through, sent} in a splendid low shot that went into the net. Obviously weak, - Ireland's defence broke down again in
April 12, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PALACE, -MLLE. POLAIRE, MR. BEN DAVIES, HORACE GOLDIN, GA UDSMIDTS, ALBERT WHELAN, MARGARET HOUSTON, TOPICAL PICTURES on BIOSCOPE, etc. Evenings,

PALACE, -MLLE. POLAIRE, MR. BEN DAVIES, HORACE GOLDIN, GA UDSMIDTS, ALBERT WHELAN, MARGARET HOUSTON, TOPICAL PICTURES on BIOSCOPE, etc. Evenings,

8. Mat., Sat., 2. CRYSTAI. PALACE. OPEN DAILY. Fairy Archipelago, Organ, Bands, Wild Animals. Wed.: S. E. and C. Ry. St. John Ambulance Fete. ALFRED WEST'S famous animated Entertainment, LIFE IN OUR NAVY AND ARMY, Polytechnic, Regent-st. Daily, at 3. Prices is. to 4s. Closing Ap
April 12, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England