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SOAP It does much more than wash the things—it purifies and brightens everything. R - \ Dry Soap is the quickest route to clear), sweet & healthy homes. Once you try it—you'll certainly agree. ? . A = = Let it help you 1 Sold in lib. packets. Samples of Borax Dry SoaP," Californi
January 5, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SCOTTISH STOCKS IN DEMAND.

SCOTTISH STOCKS IN DEMAND.

Considering the prevalence and the obstinacy of the labour troubles and the previous day's ragged batch of traffic returns, the Home Railway market was by no means bad. Business was painfully quiet, but prices for the most part managed to hold firm until just before the close, w
January 5, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
AUSTRALIAN BARRACKERS Jack Hobbs on the Jeering Spectators Vvrho at Sydney " Exceed the Limit." Writing after the match with

AUSTRALIAN BARRACKERS Jack Hobbs on the Jeering Spectators Vvrho at Sydney " Exceed the Limit." Writing after the match with

New South Wales at, Sydney, Jack Hobbs has some trenchant criticisms on Australian barracking of the English players. It will be temernbered that on a bad wicket the M.C.C. were put in after losing the toss, and scored only 151 in a day. The following are Hobbs' words in the Eve
January 5, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
............... ... ........................... . ........................................................ ......................................................... Because he asked for the survey of a cargo, which he appears to have

............... ... ........................... . ........................................................ ......................................................... Because he asked for the survey of a cargo, which he appears to have

had every ground for believing was in bad condition, Captain Robinson, of the Liverpool steamer Benhead, cannot leave Sulina, Rumania. For daring to ask for this sur- Fuller particulars of the stories in connection with the above photographs will be found on the news pages of th
January 4, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BRITISH STEAMER DETAINED.

BRITISH STEAMER DETAINED.

Foreign Office Statement That No Further Negotiations Are Probable. A letter from the Foreign Office, received yesterday by the Merchant Service Guild regarding the detention of the steamer Benhead at Sulina, states that there does not appear to be any case for further official
January 4, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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creating powers. Nine out of every ten sufferers allow their troubles to become chronic through unnatural or improper treatment. Quite the largest number become chronic sufferers by reason of absolute neglect. 111-health spreads and destroys in the body human just as a spot of r
January 4, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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1 1 124 .L. I THROUGH 'THE M RETURN TICKETS. I am very pleased to learn that discharged a man charged with return half of a railway ticket. companies' by-laws are largely laws that used to apply to the co, tions, and they find them so profit rally they will cling to them as lo If
January 4, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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January 4, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
How It Causes Nervous Disorders.

How It Causes Nervous Disorders.

That phosphorus is an absolutely necessary food for the health of the nervous system most people know. What they do not know is that it is no less necessary for the health of the blood, a fact in- sisted upon by Sir William Gowers, one of the greatest physicians living. It is ea
January 4, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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January 1, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England