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May 3, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
EASTON DISCHARGED.

EASTON DISCHARGED.

".La Milo " (Pansy Montagu) was yesterday declared. not guilty of the charge of conspiring to obtain jewellery under false pretences from Mr. W. E. Wood, a West End dealer. The same verdict Was returned in the case of Percy Holland Easton, against whom a similar charge was prefe
May 3, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
imitators,

imitators,

The occupiers of shops and houses, which are really in side streets, though but one door removed from such widely-known thoroughfares as Picca. dilly, Regent, Bond and Harley streets, frequently number them 853 a, Piccadilly, or Harley-street, as the case may be. Perhaps no addr
May 3, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LONDON AMUSEMENTS.

LONDON AMUSEMENTS.

ALDWYCH.-168th Time.—THE BAD GIRL.' OF THE FAMILY, by Fredk. Melville. Nightly; at 7.45. 3 Mats. Weekly, Wed., Thurs., and Sat., at 2.30 4 Seats, booked, le. 6d., 25., 2s. 6d., 35., ss. APOLLO THEATRE.—TO-NIGHT, at 8.15. THE ISLANDER. Mat.. Weds. and Bats., at 2.50. PRITERION. M
May 3, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
A large number of well-known ladies assisted at the Canterbury fair bazaar, which was opened at the Ritz Irotel yesterday

A large number of well-known ladies assisted at the Canterbury fair bazaar, which was opened at the Ritz Irotel yesterday

by the Duchess, of Norfolk in aid of St. Thomas' Catholic Church at Canterbury The bazaar will be open again to-day and to-morrow. (1) Princess Marie Louise of Bourbon (Duches THE DUCHESS OF NORFOLK 01 WELL-KNOWN LADIES WHO ARE ASSIST ...•• • ..,••< • Y. • • • - . . .
May 3, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
make much difference to him—but it - did. And afterwards, knowing how ashamed I, was, he used his knowledge to

make much difference to him—but it - did. And afterwards, knowing how ashamed I, was, he used his knowledge to

get, money from me. . . . I won't go into what he made me suffer. .. . Well—l must tell you now—and-it's not so hard, dear. Somehow, I have confidence in your, love for me. . In those days the Yaquis were a proud and powerful race and this woman—her name was Amitri—was the head
May 3, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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May 3, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Maim Toe

Maim Toe

Mellin's Food is starch-free, and requires no cooking. Mixed with fresh cow's milk, it provides the ideal substitute for mother's milk. Mellin's Food, Ltd., Peckham, London, S.E. (Mention this paper.)
May 3, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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May 3, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
G A .M A G ........'"i''''''":... 5

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G A A G 5 Why pay 15/- a dozen for tennis balls when we supply the best Gamage Balls at 11 6 per dozen? it you would win your matches use the world-famed " Racket: particulars and prices as below. TENNIS RACKETS. English ash frame, hound shoulders, 18;6 post free. " E.D.8." best
May 3, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England