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LABOUR PARTY'S SECESSION.

LABOUR PARTY'S SECESSION.

The Labour Party held a meeting at the House of Commons yesterday afternoon, at which they passed the following resolution, pledging the whole party to secede from Westminster for the two byelections : That every member of the party desires to place himself at the disposal of th
July 5, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
STUART BEATEN AT HENLEY. C. M. Stuart, who beat Kinnear, the holder, in the first heat of the Diamond Sculls

STUART BEATEN AT HENLEY. C. M. Stuart, who beat Kinnear, the holder, in the first heat of the Diamond Sculls

at Henley, was himself beaten by A. McCulloch yesterday in the ninth heat.—(Daily Mirror photograph.) . "
July 5, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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THE DAILY MIRROR MADE from MILK from sweet English meadows, and NUTS from Sunny Southern Seas is the very best
July 5, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Advertisers' Announce etch.

Advertisers' Announce etch.

July 5, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
IN MY GARDEN.

IN MY GARDEN.

JULY 4.—lf one has a greenhouse it is quite easy to have the delightful mignonette in bloom throughout the winter. The seed should be sown this month. Sow in sin. pots that contain some good sandy soil, mixed with a little old mortar-rubble, for mignonette delights in lime. 'Wat
July 5, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SEEKING OTHER WORK.

SEEKING OTHER WORK.

The Daily Mirror found also that in some cases people are going into smaller houses or houses with fewer floors in order to do away with the need for so many servants. " The wages of cooks have dropped in the last five years from £BO to £60," said the principal of a well-known W
July 5, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WIFE WHO READ IBSEN.

WIFE WHO READ IBSEN.

Questioned in Divorce Suit, She Tells of Ou spoken Remarks to Her Husband. That she had read a good deal of Ibsen was admitted yesterday by Mrs. Barkworth, who now describes herself as Mme. Fanny Copeland, when the hearing was resumed and adjourned at Edinburgh of the suit for d
July 5, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PLEA FOR NAUGHTY CHILDREN

PLEA FOR NAUGHTY CHILDREN

Lady Tree's Story of Child Who Wanted To Be Loved When Bad. Princess Henry of Battenberg presided at a meeting of the Ladies' Association Work Guild, held at the Queen's Hospital for Children, Hackneyroad, yesterday afternoon, when Lady Tree made an eloquent appeal for help in r
July 5, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SUMMER RASH

SUMMER RASH

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July 5, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

July 5, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England