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LOSS TO GERMANY: HERR VON KIDERLENWAECHTER DEAD. London enjoyed weather which was almost summer-like yesterday, and children, as full of

LOSS TO GERMANY: HERR VON KIDERLENWAECHTER DEAD. London enjoyed weather which was almost summer-like yesterday, and children, as full of

happy youngsters, who, kept indoors by the rain of the previous days, were seen above, were able to play in the open air and keep quite warm. The parks were I delighted to be out again.—(Daily Mirror photographs.) 1 p : • • • Herr von Kiderlen-Waechter, German Secretary for Fore
December 31, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE RULE PEACE CONFERENCE PANTOMIME PICTURES GERMANY'S FOREIGN DEBATE IN MILES DEADLOCK. Splendid Record of Christmas Shows in MINISTER DEAD.

THE RULE PEACE CONFERENCE PANTOMIME PICTURES GERMANY'S FOREIGN DEBATE IN MILES DEADLOCK. Splendid Record of Christmas Shows in MINISTER DEAD.

" Daily Mirror " Special Edition. Allies Talk of Ultimatum—Turks Rose to Power Despite His Nick- -2,500,000 Words Spoken on the A magnificent record and memento of this May Appeal to Powers. season ' s p an t om i mes an d Ch r i s t mas entertainments, name of The Dumpling. Bil
December 31, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
URALGIA

URALGIA

•ed instantly by UNTER'S ERVI NE all Chemists and cores, at 1/li, and ..pot) Bedford Laboratory, London. S.E.
December 31, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WHAT ALL

WHAT ALL

~ --/ —is something they can break. This is why people are always giving children iron and steel things which they cannot break and which they therefore dislike extremely. gether about, five-and-twenty people will be entertained. say and their daughter, Miss Nancy Lindsay, among
December 31, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Advertisers' Announcements, 9 g New Year Greetm nd Invitatton. MART BROS., LTD., desire to take this opportunity of wishing their

Advertisers' Announcements, 9 g New Year Greetm nd Invitatton. MART BROS., LTD., desire to take this opportunity of wishing their

many p atrons the Happiest of New Years, an d to thank thr or their custom and kind recommendation.,2. 1913 Smart Bros., Ltd., will continue tiroYse extend a highest quality in furniture, and a syste6n the showrooms. went to suit individual requiremenlwho contemplate furnishing
December 31, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CAPTAIN WHO SAW HIS CREW PERISH ONE BY ONE. Only two men survive from the Danish ship Volmer. They were

CAPTAIN WHO SAW HIS CREW PERISH ONE BY ONE. Only two men survive from the Danish ship Volmer. They were

picked up in the Atlantic after being adrift for three days and nights in an open boat. (1) - Captain Oerbech, who saw fifteen of his crew die one by one. (2) Ludwig Trosierviez. They are seen in Penzance Hospital.—(Vaughan T. W. Paul.) fi
December 31, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
discusses the prospects of the day's run with a follower of the hounds. (3) The pack seen outside the old

discusses the prospects of the day's run with a follower of the hounds. (3) The pack seen outside the old

manor house, which forms the subject of the book "Baton. Sinister."
December 31, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
A LINK WITH " TOM BROWN."

A LINK WITH " TOM BROWN."

Mr. J. G. Hollway, who was at Rugby with Tom Ilut s es , , , the author of " Tom Brown's Schooldays," and one of the seconds in the famous fight between Brown and Slogger Williams died yesterday 7 , .orthing in his ninetieth year. £4, 000 FO . 'TTURED FARMER. For injuries sustai
December 31, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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6 I I I Beautifies and preserves Wood Floorings, Linoleums, &c. In tins, Od. & 1/-. Made at Sheffield and sold at all stores, &c.
December 31, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TO-DAY'S DINNER-TABLE TOPICS.

TO-DAY'S DINNER-TABLE TOPICS.

New Year parties. Suggestions for some good fun. New Year resolutions. Is it well to make any? We only break them, and that makes us angry with ourselves. And when we are angry with ourselves we are always angry with other people also. The New Session. The Home Rule Bill. What w
December 31, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England