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£.25 FOR RHYPIIING LINES. A flapper, a fearful young f:irt, Went out in a new "hobble " skirt; As she

£.25 FOR RHYPIIING LINES. A flapper, a fearful young f:irt, Went out in a new "hobble " skirt; As she

stepped down the street She looked natty and neat, Write the best line you can think of to finish the above verse, and send it to reach 'LONDON OPINION' SOUTHAMPTON STREET, STRAND, W.C., by TUESDAY NEXT, enclosing, not 6d., but just a loose stamp. This constitutes your entry to
September 8, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Mr. Arthur Newton Part of the queue waiting outside the police Remarkable evidence, brought with the object of proving that

Mr. Arthur Newton Part of the queue waiting outside the police Remarkable evidence, brought with the object of proving that

the remains found at Hilidrop-crescent are those of Belle Elmore, was heard at Bow-street yesterday, when the charges preferred against Dr. Crippen and Miss Le Neve were again the subject of magisterial inquiry. Among the witnesses called was Mrs. Smythson, who Mr. Welfare. cour
September 9, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DR. GRIPPER'S CAREER

DR. GRIPPER'S CAREER

The first part of the statement described his history, saying that he was born in 1852. It may be given shortly as follows : Took degree of M.D. at Hospital College, Cleveland, Ohio. 1883—Came to England. Attended operations at hospitals. Returned to the United States. Assistant
September 9, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THIS MORNING'S GOSSIP.

THIS MORNING'S GOSSIP.

CONSIDERING what the weather has been during almost the whole of this summer, Doncaster may consider itself very fortunate in the fair amount of warmth and sunshine it has had for the meeting. Yesterday, as on the St. Leger day, the weather was bright and pleasant on the whole.
September 9, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Merrik and Lady Burrell were chatting for a time to Lord and Lady Headfort, and Lord and Lady George Dundas

Merrik and Lady Burrell were chatting for a time to Lord and Lady Headfort, and Lord and Lady George Dundas

were with several friends. Others of note in the paddock were Lord Essex, Lord Crewe, Lord Dalmeny, Lord Fitzwilliam, Mr. Charles Fitzwilliam, Miss Naylor, Sir Richard and Lady Waldie-Griffith,Mrs. SturgeSs (who was with Lord and Lady. Helmsley),. Priscilla Lady Annesley, Lord a
September 9, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
yacht Miranda. Lady Leith of Fyvie is also staying at Fyvie just now. * * * GOOD IN THINGS EVIL.

yacht Miranda. Lady Leith of Fyvie is also staying at Fyvie just now. * * * GOOD IN THINGS EVIL.

Yet oft affliction purifies the mind, Kind benefits flow oft from means unkind. Were the whole known that we uncouth suppose, Doubtless 'twould beauteous symmetry disclose, The naked cliff that, singly, rough remains, In prospect dignifies the fertile plains, Lead-coloured cloud
September 9, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
" After my twin tlatighters were horn—that 'was over twenty years ago now—l began to suffer from cruel pains in

" After my twin tlatighters were horn—that 'was over twenty years ago now—l began to suffer from cruel pains in

my back. It was like a heavy weight dragging me down. Before long my back was so bad that I could only just manage to cripple along. At last I had to go to bed, and for weeks I lay there as helpless as if I had been tied down to the bed—l couldn't move a limb without being helpe
September 9, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BRILLIANT GOLF, Braid Just Beats Duncan in Two Matches at Gosorth. George Duncan, the Aberdonian, who kir three rounds pressed

BRILLIANT GOLF, Braid Just Beats Duncan in Two Matches at Gosorth. George Duncan, the Aberdonian, who kir three rounds pressed

James Braid so closely in this year's open championship at St. Andrews, met the champion in two contests on the course of the City of Newcastle Club, at Gosforth, yesterday. It was by the smallest possible margin that braid carried off the honours of the clay. He won tne match i
September 9, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
JOHN PLAYER & SONS,

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September 9, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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September 9, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England