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April 10, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TN THE DA

TN THE DA

WHEN A MAN SEES Hl5 HOUSEHOLD THIS STPANC,E 1 N EA DRESS_ WHEN OE FINDS STRANGE ODJEcTS HEAPED UPON t3EO uNOER_ CO\IER,.. OF A SNEET_ . 1 / b 1 H(5 ‘NIFE WARNS HIM TO PUT AV.4Py ANY— . THING HE VALUES IN A PLACE OF SAFETY (wiTHOUT COMMITTINC, HERSELF TO A DEFINITION OF SUCH PLAC
April 10, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HOLIDAY TRAFFIC LOSSES

HOLIDAY TRAFFIC LOSSES

3, COPTHALL BUILDINGS, E.C. On their return to work after the holiday members of the Stock Exchange were faced with a large volume of business. The Mining carry-over had to be completed, the preliminaries of the general carry-over were in full swing, and there was in addition a
April 10, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CANADAS STILL FORGE AHEAD.

CANADAS STILL FORGE AHEAD.

One of the day's best markets was Canadian Pacifics, which were bought freely by London and Berlin during the morning and sold by New York during the afternoon. The market was still full of the share-splitting idea, and in addition the timeworn rumour of the separation of the co
April 10, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DO NOT SEND ME

DO NOT SEND ME

ANY MONEY. Simply cut out my Mrs. E. JONES. free coupon, and send it in with your name and address, and I will send you the treatment in plain sealed cover.
April 10, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LONDON AMUSEMENTS. A DELPHI.—At 8, Mr. GEORGE EDWARDES' Musical Play, in 3 Acts, THE QUAKER GIRL. Miss GERTIE MILLAR, Mr.

LONDON AMUSEMENTS. A DELPHI.—At 8, Mr. GEORGE EDWARDES' Musical Play, in 3 Acts, THE QUAKER GIRL. Miss GERTIE MILLAR, Mr.

JOSEPH COYNE. Mat., Sats., 2. ALDWYCH. PROUD MAISIE. Evenings, at 8.30. MATINEE, SATURDAYS, 2.30. ALEXANDRA CARLISLE. BEN WEBSTER and HENRY AINLEY. IPOLLO THEATRE.—Every Evening, at 8.45. THE GLAD EYE. Preceded, at 8.15, by " The Tatlers." Matinee, Every Wednesday and Saturday,
April 10, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LOST " IN DISASTER TO TITANIC.

LOST " IN DISASTER TO TITANIC.

of the Titanic, and is expected to reach her at ten o'clock this morning. " The Olympic at midnight was in 40.32 north latitude, 61.18 west longitude. She is also in direct communication with the Titanic, and is hastening to her." Very disquieting indeed was the next message tha
April 16, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ON BOARD THE ILL-FATED TITANIC. Mr. mck't.,an C. Ctaig, K.C., the Unionist member for the Isle of Thanet (Kent), is

ON BOARD THE ILL-FATED TITANIC. Mr. mck't.,an C. Ctaig, K.C., the Unionist member for the Isle of Thanet (Kent), is

a pass:.-_-nger on tree Titanic. Mr. Harold Bride is the junior wireless operator. —(Elliott and Fry and Runciman.)
April 16, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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for only Post Paid 3 Each. 20 inches high by 16 inches wide.
April 16, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England