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ACCIDENTS CAUSED BY CROWDS.

ACCIDENTS CAUSED BY CROWDS.

BRUSSELS, Monday (Midnight).—Many accidents have occurred owing to the crowd. In the Avenue Louise a number of cyclists were injured, and there were numerous collisions between carriages and taxicabs, but no serious accidents are reported. The judicial inquiry that has been open
August 16, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MOSQUITO BITES.

MOSQUITO BITES.

Holiday-makers who are going to places where they will be troubled by the mosquito should provide themselves with a mosquito curtain to hang over the bed. Before retiring they should rub pennyroyal on the face and hands. It has a strong odour, but not an unpleasant one, and will
August 19, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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August 19, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
The Woman Pay& (Continued from page 12.) you for the rising, now that you've successfully dealt with it." " They

The Woman Pay& (Continued from page 12.) you for the rising, now that you've successfully dealt with it." " They

reminded me of the instructions they sent to me, which could only be read in one way." " They'd have had us wiped out, I suppose," said General Clifford drily. Then his eyes filled with an anger that was almost inspired. "It's the very devil," he said. It's very simple," replied
August 19, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
RACING AT STOCKTON AND FOLKESTONE. Runaway Victory for Winkipop—Hamerton Wins in the South. HURST PARK TO-DAY. Another very large company

RACING AT STOCKTON AND FOLKESTONE. Runaway Victory for Winkipop—Hamerton Wins in the South. HURST PARK TO-DAY. Another very large company

was present for the wind-up of the Stockton Summer Meeting yesterday, and if the gathering has not been quite the success expected from the sporting standpoint, it has undoubtedly panned out satisfactorily from a financial point of view. Visitors were treated to a thrilling fini
August 19, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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August 19, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
RIDER Lar. 'CO Coast Frei TEN ' 6a a DAYS 1/Cycle FREE TRIAL. and MEAD

RIDER Lar. 'CO Coast Frei TEN ' 6a a DAYS 1/Cycle FREE TRIAL. and MEAD

August 16, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
The Woman (Continued from page 12.) the hospital still, and he knew that he was of little use in the

The Woman (Continued from page 12.) the hospital still, and he knew that he was of little use in the

sick chamber, it being entirely a question of keeping breath in the frail body until the raging temperature should abate. By dawn they had brought it down, and then, when Cuckoo had sunk into a doze of exhaustion, Hersee left the room for the first time. She still felt nothing.
August 16, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
August 16, 1910

August 16, 1910

August 16, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CAPITAL PROSPECTS.

CAPITAL PROSPECTS.

The practice of passing off last season's frozen birds as freshly killed had, it was stated, been largely done away with by the exposure in the newspapers last year. Reports from nearly every district yesterday indicated capital sport and splendid prospects, though in many cases
August 13, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England