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HAYWARDS HEATH BIRCHED BOY SET FREE:

HAYWARDS HEATH BIRCHED BOY SET FREE:

April 15, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THIS MORNING'S

THIS MORNING'S

THE ball given by Lady Iveagh_last night at 80, St. Stephen's-green, was quite the most brilliant function that Dublin has witnessed this year. Dancing, which began about 10.30, was continued until a very late hour. Lord and Lady Aberdeen, in whose honour the dance was given, ar
April 15, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DIRECTORS.

DIRECTORS.

JOHN EYRE, Great Enton, Witley, Surrey (Director Maikop Midland Oilfi6lds, Lted). R. H. HAVILAND, 40, Trikity-square, E.C. (Chartered Accountant). SIR WILLIAM B. HUDSON, K C.1.E., 36, Barons-courtroad, S.W. (Director Bengal-Dooars Railway). L. A. SCOTT,ELLIOT, West House, Glebe-
April 15, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CALWO' SYRUP OF FIGS

CALWO' SYRUP OF FIGS

happy, because they "Nature's Pleasant Laxative." .----' ,', 4 NEW ISSUE. makes it essentially the safest remedy for children. It acts gently but firmly, cleanses the system thoroughly, and restores that harmonious working which-is the basis of happiness and good health. Childre
April 15, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CASH ADVANCED

CASH ADVANCED

FIT AN HOUR is our average trade. We supply a Tailor-made Gentleman Suit valued at 455. for 13s. 3d, only. Write us to-day fo, our smart spring patterns, sent free all over England. Over 10,000 Testimonials received by us from satisfied customers We are the right Tailors for you
April 15, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MI il Da y Mirror THE MORNING JOURNAL, WITH THE SECOND LARGEST NET SALE No. 2,021. Registered at the G.

MI il Da y Mirror THE MORNING JOURNAL, WITH THE SECOND LARGEST NET SALE No. 2,021. Registered at the G.

P. O. TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 1910 One Halfpenny; as a. Newspaper. --ADMIRAL SIR H. LAMBTON, WHO COMMANDED THE NAVAL BRIGADE IN LADYSMITH, MARRIED TO VISCOUNTESS CHELSEA, S. . .: • 3. • •f . • .. • . :VA'. • • • • - • • • • • r. •• • • . • • . % : • . • • . • / • • • • •• • ::: •• A,
April 19, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
tent cities in the United Kingdom.

tent cities in the United Kingdom.

YEAR'S STRAW HAT. Reasons Why Retailers Discourage Customers Who Desire " Original" HenagAnr. This year's new straw hat has. now definitely.appeared. It has a lower crown and wider brim. than last year's, a deep bancland."-saw" edges. Those Who had hoped` for something a little
April 19, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CHINESE RIOTS ENDED.

CHINESE RIOTS ENDED.

Customs Offices at Changsha Destroyed. but Residences Are intact. SHANGHAI; Monday. News received from Chattgsha states that the riots have subsided. The Governor, who was believed to ,have been killed, is now reported to be alive. Reinforcements sent by the Viceroy at Wuchang h
April 19, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SPECIAL LICENCE NECESSARY,

SPECIAL LICENCE NECESSARY,

"Nor is there a parish attached to St. Paul's. Thus, in order that the ceremony may be duly and legally solemnised, a special licence has to be secured. This is an Archbishop's licence, and licenses the building for a celebration -of matrimony. "The licence costs between .t3O -
April 19, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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April 19, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England