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THIS MORNING'S NEWS ITEMS.

THIS MORNING'S NEWS ITEMS.

The Lord Mayor entertained at the Mansion House yesterday about 400 children belbnging to the London associations of the Queen Alexandra League, which collects money for charities to benefit children. Lady Sibbald, who was seriously injured in taxicab accident, was slightly bett
January 11, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
and tell him at the same time—you can put it all on to me, if you like—say that I insist

and tell him at the same time—you can put it all on to me, if you like—say that I insist

upon itthat you don't want to have anything more to do with him, but that all moneys he has disbursed for you shall be paid him. All that he can show proper vouchers for, of course. He will also be paid reasonably for his services. Let him come to me with it fully understood tha
January 11, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
REV. K. R. G. HUNT FOR LEYTON.

REV. K. R. G. HUNT FOR LEYTON.

Good news from Leyton is to the effect•that the Rev. K. R. G. Hunt has promised to play. The team will be:— Whitbourne ; Leslie, Newton; Rev. K. R. G. Hunt, Bell, Gray; Burrell, Buchan, Moles, Busby, and Coxon. Everton, fresh fro n their brilliant victory over Manchester United,
January 11, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
he Daily- M. THE MORNING JOURNAL WITH THE SECOND LARGEST NET SALE No. 2,566. Registered at the G .0 as

he Daily- M. THE MORNING JOURNAL WITH THE SECOND LARGEST NET SALE No. 2,566. Registered at the G .0 as

wspaper. P MONDAY, JANUARY 15, 1912 One Halfpenny THE KING-EMPEROR LUNCHING WITH HIS HUNTING PARTY IN THE WILDS OF THE JUNGLE OF NEPAL. • , • • 1 •,•• f'• • • • • • - • • • • • • • 1: • • • • . Mt:. • • • : • . • • 0 • .., • • .%- hooa v. . . 1 $ • „ • A: • . , : • . • , --... i
January 15, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
pavilions specially built for the King and his staff. The shooting was done from the backs of elephants who are

pavilions specially built for the King and his staff. The shooting was done from the backs of elephants who are

trained to a marvellous degree of expertness, and are obedient to the slightest word or sign of their drivers (mahouts). (1) The King and his hunting party lunching in the heart of the jungle. (2) Crossing a ford on the way to the hunt.—(Ernest Brooks.)
January 15, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
J.P. IN A COFFEE SIIOP Labour Magistrate of Croydon Bench Who Serves Sixpenny Dinners. Croydon possesses a magistrate who, in

J.P. IN A COFFEE SIIOP Labour Magistrate of Croydon Bench Who Serves Sixpenny Dinners. Croydon possesses a magistrate who, in

his spare time, is now the manager of a coffee shop. He is Mr. William Vincent Smith, proprietor of Smith's Excelsior Dining Rooms, in Londonroad. After working for over twenty years as a plasterer Mr. Smith was one of the first Labour magistrates, to be appointed by the Lord Ch
January 15, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NINE! Choice Varieties of 9 \ . 4 ICH SOUPS

NINE! Choice Varieties of 9 \ . 4 ICH SOUPS

NINE! Choice Varieties of ICH SOUPS hluliigatawwny . Pea Tomato. Onion . . White Vegetable Celery Green Pea . . Lentil Scotch Broth Nine Delicious in flavour, simplicity itself to make, nourish- , ing and sustaining in a high degree when made. Quality considered, the finest soup-
January 15, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CANARIES FROM NORWICH.

CANARIES FROM NORWICH.

There was a remarkable development at Blackburn on Saturday in connection with the Blackburn Rovers and Norwich City (the Canaries) English Cup-tie. The chairman of the Norwich club some days ago received a letter purporting to come from Alfred Robinson, the Rovers' goalkeeper,
January 15, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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January 15, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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January 15, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England