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FIVE PRISONERS REMANDED.

FIVE PRISONERS REMANDED.

After only a brief appearance at the Guildhall the five prisoners charged in connection with the murder of police officers at Houndsditch on December 16 were remanded yesterday morning until Monday next at 11.30. As before, the prisoners had been brought up in prison vans under
January 10, 1911 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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QAVOY.—CITARLEY'S AUNT MR. BRANDON THOMAS' ,TINEES. Box-office, 2,602 Ger. Children half-price. B -n EASONis at 8. .ght M. FTESBURY. THE ARCADIANS. TO-NIGHT, at 8. MAT, EVERY WED., at 2. SPECIAL MATINEE, SATURDAY NEXT. x-office, 10 to 10. Tels., Gerrard 6,666, 6,867. AND. " The a
January 10, 1911 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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January 10, 1911 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LONDON AMUSEMENTS. A DELPHI.—EVERY EVENING, at 8, Mr. GEORGE EDWARDES' New Musical Play, in three acts, THE QUAKER GIRL. MATINEE,

LONDON AMUSEMENTS. A DELPHI.—EVERY EVENING, at 8, Mr. GEORGE EDWARDES' New Musical Play, in three acts, THE QUAKER GIRL. MATINEE,

SATURDAYS, at 2. Box-office, open 10 to 10, Tels., 2645 and 8886 Ger. A LDWYCH.-THE GIRL WHO TOOK THE WRONG TURNING, by Walter Melville. LAST WEEK. Nightly, at 7.45. Matinees, Wed., Thurs., and Sat., at 2.30. Pop. prices: ss. to 6d. Box-office, 10 to 10. 2,315 Ger. APOLLO. -8.30
March 14, 1911 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
INFORMER'S WONDERFUL MEMORY.

INFORMER'S WONDERFUL MEMORY.

VITERBO, Monday.—The 'empanelling of a jury for the Camorra trial continues to offer enormous difficulties owing to the reluctance of 'citizens to serve in a case which has every prospect of lasting at least a year. Some of the men on the list have left the town, and are said, t
March 14, 1911 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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SEAT FOR MR. BONAR LAW.

SEAT FOR MR. BONAR LAW.

Colonel Sandys, Unionist M.P. for Bootle, has resigned his seat on account of ill-health. It is stated that Mr. Bonar Law, who left Dulwich at the last election to fight North-West Manchester, will be invited to stand. Colonel Sandys was unopposed in December. Despite the cold w
March 14, 1911 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MORE MEASLES AT DARTMOUTH.

MORE MEASLES AT DARTMOUTH.

Twenty-one fresh cases of measles have occurred at the Royal Naval College, Dartmouth, since Saturday, it was announced yesterday, and Dr. Pick, one of the college surgeons, is now a patient. The King's gold medal was to have been presented at the college on Saturday next to the
March 14, 1911 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
pi I Wyhout the Juno."

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March 14, 1911 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Earl Fortescue's heir.

Earl Fortescue's heir.

MINISTER'S LAST LETTER. Tragic End of Pastor Who Found Responsi- bilities Too Heavy. A verdict of Suicide whilst of unsound mind was returned at a Manchester inquest yesterday on the body of the Rev. W. Matthews Fleet, aged twentynine, who a week ago was appointed pastor of Endo
March 14, 1911 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England