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SHIP'S CONDITION HOPELESS.

SHIP'S CONDITION HOPELESS.

TOKIO, Tuesday, 10 p.m.—Owing to the continued bad weather it was impossible to assist the stranded cruiser Bedford to-day. Vice-Admiral Sir Alfred Winsloe, Commanderin-Chief Of the China Station, has sent a wireless telegram to the Admiralty stating that the ship's condition ap
August 24, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ENGLISH AIRMEN FOR U.S.

ENGLISH AIRMEN FOR U.S.

Mr. Grahame White and Mr. Roe left Liverpool yesterday for America by the ss. Cymric to attend flying meetings there. "DR." CRIPPEN TO GO TO BRIXTON. Prisoners to Follow Procedure Usual in Metropolitan Police Cases. " Dr." Crippen and Miss Le Neve will probably be housed in Brix
August 24, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
after three o'clock, and will be escorted by Irish Constabulary in the absence of the sth Dragoon Guards, now engaged

after three o'clock, and will be escorted by Irish Constabulary in the absence of the sth Dragoon Guards, now engaged

on manoeuvres in England. By the way, the Dragoons will not return to Dublin, as they are to be replaced by the sth Lancers from York. * * FADING-LEAF AND FALLEN-LEAF. Said Fading-leaf to Fallen-leaf : "I toss alone on a forsaken ti4e, It rocks and cracks with every gust that ra
August 24, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
1910. Future Marines. 1910. Marines 1900. Boxers. 1899. Boers, 1899. R.M.L.I. 1882. Dervishes. fs~B. Z`uhis. 1854. 185 , Russi To-day,

1910. Future Marines. 1910. Marines 1900. Boxers. 1899. Boers, 1899. R.M.L.I. 1882. Dervishes. fs~B. Z`uhis. 1854. 185 , Russi To-day,

to-morrow and on Friday a pageant entitled " Flag and Foe " will be given at the Royal Marine Barracks, Chatham. The pageant will trace the history of the regiment which has , . _ rage 8 THE DAILY , MIR, - , , Juveniles' Room at New Labour Exchange I PASSENGERS CLAMBER FROM THEI
August 24, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

August 24, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Two 'hhishes at York races • yesterday. The top photograph shows Winkipop winning the Yorkshire Oaks, and the lower Prince San (X) beating Persephone and Dame d'Or colt in the Prince of Wales' Plate.

Two 'hhishes at York races • yesterday. The top photograph shows Winkipop winning the Yorkshire Oaks, and the lower Prince San (X) beating Persephone and Dame d'Or colt in the Prince of Wales' Plate.

Two 'hhishes at York races yesterday. The top photograph shows Winkipop winning the Yorkshire Oaks, and the lower Prince San (X) beating Persephone and Dame d'Or colt in the Prince of Wales' Plate. 2.2O.—LONDESBOROUGH yrs st lb William Penn .... 3 9 5 Artless Punctual aFond Memor
August 24, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TO PHOTOGRAPH COLLECTORS.

TO PHOTOGRAPH COLLECTORS.

Beautifully-finished copies of every photograph that appears in this newspaper with the words "Daily Mirror photograph " under it can be supplied as follows : is. each for hag-plate (din. by 4in.), Is. 6d. each for whole plate by Gin.), 2s, each for 10in. by Bin., 2s. 6d. each f
August 24, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ARTIFICIAL TEETH

ARTIFICIAL TEETH

AYFIELD'S " Perfection " Teeth: sets from ls.; painless extractions and fillings plateless teeth a speciality, and guaranteed: advice and pamphlets free.—Call, or write, Mayfield's Dental Rooms, 351, Oxford•W., near Bond et Tube.
August 24, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ARTIFICIAL TEETH

ARTIFICIAL TEETH

TEETH. —Sets from One Guinea; five year,' warranty; recommended by Mr. Labouchere in " Truth." Established Quarter century; parripla7et free.—Goodman's (Ltd.), 2, Ludgate-hill, E.C., and 365, High-st, Stratford, E. :i~
August 23, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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To-day, at eight o'clock, the Horse Show at Ballsbridge will be opened, but this is not the fashionable day, and society will foregather to-morrow and on Thursday, and Lord and Lady Aberdeen and their guests from the Viceregal Lodge will be present on both afternoons. Their Exce
August 23, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England