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WHITNEY. CHARLEY'S AUNT Mr. Brandon Thomas Co. Twice Daily, at 3 and 8. Box-office, Popular Prices. Gerr. 3,830. WYNDHAM'S.—At .2.30-

WHITNEY. CHARLEY'S AUNT Mr. Brandon Thomas Co. Twice Daily, at 3 and 8. Box-office, Popular Prices. Gerr. 3,830. WYNDHAM'S.—At .2.30-

and 8.45 -precisely, GERALD du MAURIER in THE PERPLEXED HUSBAND. lw ALFRED SUTRO. Mat.. Weds.. Sats.. 2.30. B RIXTON THEATRE. CINDERELLA. Twice Daily, 2 and 7.30. One of the Best Companies in London. Seats Booked, 35., 2s. 6d., 2s. Children half-mice Matinees. ELEPHANT THEATRE,
January 6, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ItiASKELYNE & DEVANT'S MYSTERIES, St. George's Hall, Oxford-circus, W. Daily, at 3 and 8. Mr. David Devant with The Window

ItiASKELYNE & DEVANT'S MYSTERIES, St. George's Hall, Oxford-circus, W. Daily, at 3 and 8. Mr. David Devant with The Window

of the Haunted House, etc. Long, Novel Programme. ls. to ss. 1545 May.
January 6, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
POOR ZROWTH

POOR ZROWTH

June 14, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
One Halfpenny.

One Halfpenny.

October 28, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
YORK MILLER.

YORK MILLER.

father asked her if she would write a little note of invitation for him to take over to Miss Holbrook, which would bring her back for dinner. He said he thought it would be nice, as they were just the two of them, and it might seem a little lonely. They were in his library, wher
July 20, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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GREAT BULGARIAN SUCC

GREAT BULGARIAN SUCC

Baba Eski, Turkish Headquarters, Said To Have Fallen. DARING PLAN. Trying to Cut Off Turkish Army's Communication with Capital. USKUB SURRENDERED. Concerted March on Salonica Servians' Probable Next Move. SCHEME OF PARTITION. Smashing blows are being dealt right and left at Turk
October 28, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
YESTERDAY'S CRICKET SPOILED BY RAIN. Fine Innings by A. C, Johnston for the Gentlemen at Lord's. AUSTRALIANS DOING WELL. Cricket

YESTERDAY'S CRICKET SPOILED BY RAIN. Fine Innings by A. C, Johnston for the Gentlemen at Lord's. AUSTRALIANS DOING WELL. Cricket

was very disappointing at Lord's yesterday owing to the weather. - It was cold and cheerless and the rain could not seem to make up its mind to either come down handsomely or stop away. At one o'clock the game was stopped for rain, and thofigh there was a short quarter of an hou
July 20, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GREY FRIARS. WOLVERHAMPTON PROGRAMME.

GREY FRIARS. WOLVERHAMPTON PROGRAMME.

I.IO.—THORNEYCROFT MA: Jacobus yrs st lb 5 11 6 Bonnie Lesley 6 11 0 Southdown Jeweller Mill Bay 5 10 1.0 Lady Hermit 5 10 10 CarrAty P01l Ouarda FeHill Westray Sea of Gold Arctic Belle ...... 4 10 0 Misty Belle I.4O.—MANOR SELLING HTJ yrs st lb Springtime IL ... a 11 11 Platoni
January 15, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
REPLAYED TIES.

REPLAYED TIES.

The drawn games in the English Cup will be replayed as follows: TUESDAY—HuII City v, Oldham Athletic, Bradford City v. Queen's Park Rangers. WEDNESDAY —Wolverhampton Wanderers v. Watford, Crystal Paliee v. Brentford, Blackpool v. Crewe Alexandra. THURSDAY —Barnsley v. Birmingham
January 15, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DEVON'S TEAM FOR MIDLANDS.

DEVON'S TEAM FOR MIDLANDS.

The following team was chosen at Plymouth on Saturday to represent Devon against East Midlands in the match for the Rugby championship of the South : Lillicrap (Devon); Butcher and Baker (Plymouth), Thomas (Devon Albion) and Davies (Exeter Training College); Jago and Monk (Devon
January 15, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England