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PEAR OF WIRELESS.

PEAR OF WIRELESS.

He must have feared the wireless, but could not have imagined that Captain Kendall; whom he must have come to regard as a personal friend, had suspected him before they were out of the Scheldt, and brought InspeCtor Dew on his heels in a faster Vessel. Long hours must have passe
August 1, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HOW ENGLAND LEARNT THE NEWS

HOW ENGLAND LEARNT THE NEWS

The greater part of England first learnt of the news of the arrest through the columns of The Weekly Dispatch, which was being circulated in London and Manchester at least half an hour before other newspapers. Everything was in readiness for the special correspondent's message,
August 1, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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Mrs. William James contin'tes to make a slow, but satisfactory recovery from the very severe operation she underwent some time ago. It will, however, be some weeks yet before she is able to leave her bed, and it is hoped she will be able to go to West Dean Park some time at the
August 1, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TWO EORTS OF 'BUS-DRIVETiS.

TWO EORTS OF 'BUS-DRIVETiS.

One hears many complaints as to the nerve-racking noise of motor omnibuses, but one real grievance against them I do not remember to have ever seen ventilated: I refer to the drivers. In the old days, the 'bus driver was a' thing of joy. One had only to. gaze on his jolly, weath
August 1, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Mr. Grahame White gave a remarkable display of airmanship at Blackpool on Saturday. When Mr. McArdle was blown away by

Mr. Grahame White gave a remarkable display of airmanship at Blackpool on Saturday. When Mr. McArdle was blown away by

the wind Mr. White set out to search for his colleague, who had alighted safely in a field. Finding all was well, Mr. White started to return to the aerodrome, and had to fight his way Inch by inch, his machine rocking and plunging all the while. /1) Mr. White, bareheaded, and M
August 1, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SITUATIONS VACANT.

SITUATIONS VACANT.

THE POPULAR SCOTCH: you satisfied with your present income? There , is an increasing demand for good men; e few minutes of your spare time each clay devoted to the powerful Dillon Institute Course of Scientific Sale2manship and Advt. Writing will enable you with one-tenth of the
August 1, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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August 1, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GAME

GAME

Set up a row df flower- Pots on a garden-wall and weight the pots. Mark a number on each, that counts so much in the game. Let each player hit at the flowerpots along the line with a bag of beans. He who hits the greatest number, according to the value „marked On the pot, wins.
August 1, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
August 1, 1910

August 1, 1910

August 1, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CHILDREN COMFORTED.

CHILDREN COMFORTED.

After their Majesties had left the hospital The Daily Mirror made a tour of the wards and chatted to some of the patients with whom the King and Queen had spoken. The Queen showed great interest in little Doris Rowell, who is suffering from cataract of the eye. Her Majesty made
August 1, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England