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PREMIER'S BATTLE CALL.

PREMIER'S BATTLE CALL.

Mr. Asquith, who was received with enthusiasm, said that the action of the Government in advisirit a dissolution had been denounced ,by Mr. Balfour as a ,breach,of all constitutional precedent, and he agreed that it was hard to find a precedent for a Government - with a majority
November 21, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BONFIRE OF BEDCLOTHES.

BONFIRE OF BEDCLOTHES.

Wife and Children of Welsh Colliery Official Stripped by Intruders. Furthei outrages were reported last night in connection with the South Wales miners' strike. In Mid-Rhondda an official's house was entered during his absence at the pit, and his wife and children, who were in b
November 21, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CRIPPEN'S VISITOR IN PRISON.

CRIPPEN'S VISITOR IN PRISON.

Mr. Churchill Denies Difference Between His Treatment and That of Dickman. The recent interview in prison between Cripperi and Miss Le Neve has been the subject of a ques."- don to the Home Secretary. is In the parliamentary papers Colonel Calley ha asked whether Dickman, who wa
November 21, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRRO THE PRIME MINISTER E .. ``~'

THE DAILY MIRRO THE PRIME MINISTER E .. ``~'

y . p . 1111444 , ~~...... The Master of Elibank Mr. Asquith Lord Carringt( The Liberal campaign was opened en Saturday with a speech by Mr. Asquith. It was delivered at the National Liberal Club, and was devoted solely to the question of EXCITING WRECK IN THE THAMES : ...::.:.:
November 21, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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November 21, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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scores of people, when the Pimlico, a large sailing barge, was driven by the force of the tide against one of the piers of Cannon-street bridge. So great was the impact that the barge sank like a stone with- THE DUKE OF CONNAUGHT REVIEWS TROOPS AN J~:;:' 4 ~:v 7.0 killki:11:5; 1
November 21, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
March past of the men of H.M.S. Defence

March past of the men of H.M.S. Defence

Igeant South Africa. There were 6,000 performers, including whites, Zulus, kaffirs and dwarfish bushmen. •ch past of the bluejackets the Duke is seen saluting.—(Ernest Brooks.) In the photograph showing the
November 21, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MONSTER ELECTRICAL TIMEPIECE CONVERTED INTO A DINING TABLE

MONSTER ELECTRICAL TIMEPIECE CONVERTED INTO A DINING TABLE

invented the B.P. system used in the clock Mr. Ball. One of the hands Mr. Parsons. There -was a remarkable luncheon party at Leicester, when a clock-face formed the table. It is described as the largest electric clock in the world, and has been constructed by Messrs. Gent, of Le
November 21, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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