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at all Bookstalls and Newsagents, Out TO - DAY THE BABY'S WORLD Science is what a New Finding Out !

at all Bookstalls and Newsagents, Out TO - DAY THE BABY'S WORLD Science is what a New Finding Out !

The most fascinating dis. coveries ever made. Babies will be ten times as ini B teresting after you read a y i n E I D G A M O i F n I t i s . The Baby's World. The BABY'S WORLD, this month, includes in its Contents io charming photos of children—beautiful picture of King Edward
June 1, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WOMAN'S FALL FROM TRAIN.

WOMAN'S FALL FROM TRAIN.

After the Manchester to London train had passed through Berkhamsted Station yesterday afternoon, an elderly woman. fell to the line and. was picked up unconscious and removed! to hospital. A label attached to a basket she had bore the name of Hill. Commander W. E. Miller, R.N.,
June 1, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE CLAMOUR

THE CLAMOUR

Aberdeen, Inverness, The Trossachs, Glencoe, and the Western Highlands and Is'ands. HIGHLAND HOLIDAYS. By JOHN C. KIRKWOOD. Westward may be the course of empire, and southward the way of civilisation, but northward is the way of freedom, of spaciousness, of escape from everythin
June 1, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
" THE GLEN OF WEEPING."

" THE GLEN OF WEEPING."

When you reach Fort William, at the southern entrance to the Caledonian Canal, you are not far from Glencoe, scene of the massacre of the Macdonalds and " the most dreary and melancholy of all the Scottish passes," according to Macaulay, " the very valley of the shadow of death.
June 1, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
To make sure of WOOD MILNE best rubber best value best comfort best wear SPECIAL QUALITY make sure to see

To make sure of WOOD MILNE best rubber best value best comfort best wear SPECIAL QUALITY make sure to see

'WOOD-MILNE' is moulded on Of Rootmakers evermlrere every heel. WOOD Hi' E RUBBER HE ELS
June 1, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Dcalerc k Wedlock

Dcalerc k Wedlock

By HENRY FARMER. CHARACTERS IN THE STORY. THE MARQUIS OF DYNEWOOD, an aristocrat of the old school. He has no children alive, and his title promises to pass at his death to his distant kinsman, HUGO CHARTRES, a handsome young man who drives racing motor-cars for a living. Recent
June 1, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GOLD CASKET Pa - ESENTED TO MR. EOO3EVELT. _. __.._. ............... .............. siri ? The gold casket which was presented

GOLD CASKET Pa - ESENTED TO MR. EOO3EVELT. _. __.._. ............... .............. siri ? The gold casket which was presented

to Mr. Roosevelt by the Corporation of the City of London at the Guildhall yesterday. An exquisite piece of work, it was designed and manufactured by the Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company, Ltd., 112, Regent-street, London, W. At s A,
June 1, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BIRKBECK BANK

BIRKBECK BANK

Established SOTITHAMPTON BVILDING3 INT EREST HOLBORN. W.O. PER CENT. allowed on Deposits repayable on demand. I PER CENT. INTEREST on Drawing Accounts with Cheque Book. All general Banking Businees transacted. ALMANACK. with fell particulars. PREF.. O. V. RAVENSCRONT. Becretari.
June 1, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
EVERY MATRON AND MAID should possess our book, " The Art of Cleaning and Dyeing." It is full of useful

EVERY MATRON AND MAID should possess our book, " The Art of Cleaning and Dyeing." It is full of useful

information —just the sort of information which is invaluable at this season of the year when wardrobes are overhauled in readiness for the Summer—and you can rely on the advice given, as this is the outcome of years of experience. May we send you a copy ? It's posted free on ap
June 1, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Registered at the G. P. 0. as a Newspaper.

Registered at the G. P. 0. as a Newspaper.

June 2, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England