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NEW EVIDENCE.

NEW EVIDENCE.

Mr. Travers Humphreys, who prosecuted, went over the. chief facts of the case again owing to the arrest of Mrs. Seddon. The fatal dose of arsenic, he said, had been administered a very Short time before death. It had been elicited that prior to the death the ?nly two adult perso
January 17, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DECLINE OF THE HANDBILL.

DECLINE OF THE HANDBILL.

PARIS, Jan. 16.—As a result of M. Lepine's new regulations against the throwing down of handbills in the street, the appearance of the city was cleaner to-day than it has been for years. Parisians were even afraid to throw away their tramway-car and omnibus tickets, lest they sh
January 17, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FLORAL FANS : A PRETTY NOVELTY FROM PARIS. Fans composed of flowers, which cost about a sovereign apiece, are now

FLORAL FANS : A PRETTY NOVELTY FROM PARIS. Fans composed of flowers, which cost about a sovereign apiece, are now

very popular in Paris, and are to be seen in all ballrooms. The photograph shows a fan open. They present a most beautiful effect when made up of roses, violets and syringa.
January 17, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ECZEMA A TORTURE HE DREADED NIGHT

ECZEMA A TORTURE HE DREADED NIGHT

Sleep or Rest Out of the Question: It Was Unbearable. Rash Formed Into Blisters. Cuticura Soap and Ointment Thoroughly Cured Him. Also Cured Daughter of Eczema. "I suffered with eczema for weeks and months. Those who have never suffered with it cannot imagine the feeling, also t
January 17, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Buchanan's hisky

Buchanan's hisky

January 17, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
I\llR

I\llR

January 11, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
" WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO ? "

" WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO ? "

M. Caillaux had .solemnly denied this on his word of honour before the Senate committee, but M. Clemenceau said he knew what he was talking about; for he . had confidential information regarding the matter. When left - alone with M. de Selves, M. Caillaux turned to him - and sai
January 11, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FOR VICTIMS OF ILL-FORTUNE.

FOR VICTIMS OF ILL-FORTUNE.

We have received the following sums for the benefit of Mr. and Mrs. Perry, of Lowestoft Mr. and Mrs. E. L. (Dulwich), £1; " Sympathiser " (Folkestone), £1; S. A., 10s.; "One Who Has a Little to Spare," 10s.; collected at Timber Club, Green Dragon, N., 10s.; C. E. Nuthall (Kingst
January 11, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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January 11, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WASTING DISEASES

WASTING DISEASES

Advertisers' A nnouncements. "It seems impossible!" but it can be done, and we do it.
January 11, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England