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TERRIBLE MINE DISASTER IN YORKSHIRE : HEROIC RESCUERS SACRIFICE THEIR OWN LIVES IN TRYING TO SAVE THOSE OF OTHERS. A

TERRIBLE MINE DISASTER IN YORKSHIRE : HEROIC RESCUERS SACRIFICE THEIR OWN LIVES IN TRYING TO SAVE THOSE OF OTHERS. A

terrible colliery disaster involving not only the deaths of a large number of brave lives. Among the heroic dead are several Government inspectors of mines miners, but of many of the brave men who went to their rescue, took place yester- and the young manager of a neighbouring c
July 10, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Read this Striking Testimony from those who are Wearing My Magneto Belt : " All my old time energy and

Read this Striking Testimony from those who are Wearing My Magneto Belt : " All my old time energy and

writes Mr. C. Slater, of 19, Church strength have 'returned to me since Street, Wednesbury. wearing your Magneto Belt," " I have gained in self-confidence writes Mr. J. James, of 37, Haw- and physical strength and vigour thorne Road, Kettering. since wearing your Belt, and I can
July 10, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Many interesting incidents yesterday marked the King's tour, so tragically overshadowed by the grim disaster at Cadeby. Their Majesties prior

Many interesting incidents yesterday marked the King's tour, so tragically overshadowed by the grim disaster at Cadeby. Their Majesties prior

to the King's visit to the scene of the disaster last night spent the day in a tour of the colliery districts, ending with the King's descent into the Elsecar pit, Leaving Wentworth Woodhouse, Earl Fitzwilliam's seat, at ten o'clock yesterday morning, the King and Queen proceede
July 10, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FLEET AT OUR MERCY,

FLEET AT OUR MERCY,

At 2 p.m. I went up again with M. Ferrier in his biplane. The weather was delightful. Very qui6kly we soared up to an altitude of 3,000 ft. Below us was the fleet—and a fleet in action ! We were, perhaps, the first airmen to see a sham naval battle from an aeroplane. As I gazed
July 10, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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July 10, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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July 10, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRR

THE DAILY MIRR

July 10, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
REMNANTS HALF PRICE

REMNANTS HALF PRICE

TEA CLOTHS. Plain Kitchen Tea Cloths. Size 26in. by 36in. All 1 Sale Price (dozen) 5/9, 6/3, 6/9 -7 / Size 35in. by 40in. Sale Price (dozen) 7/9, B'll, 12/9 7/3 CANE CHAIRS. Cane Chair, made in white and coloured cane. / 1 1 Most comfortable. Usual price 1 3/ 9 . Sale Price "/ W
July 10, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
A CONFIDENT START.

A CONFIDENT START.

Oxford had thirty-five minutes' batting before lunch, and Cambridge wanted a couple of wickets badly. But they could not get them. Knott and Twining played the bowling with some confidence, and at the interval had scored 46 for no wicket. Lunch was called, in a joke, the best Ca
July 10, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England