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MELLOWED BY ELECTRICITY.

MELLOWED BY ELECTRICITY.

Wines mellowed by-great age will probably in the near future be rivalled by new wines quite as choice, but matured in a few days by means of electricity. Already Mr. T. Thorne Baker, The Daily Mirror scientific expert, has made numerous experiments with alcohol, producing it in
July 29, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
EXPRESS' NARROW ESCAPE.

EXPRESS' NARROW ESCAPE.

Engine Leaves Rails on a Viaduct, but Coaches Remain on Metals. The ten o'clock night express from Euston met with an accident early yesterday morning. When it was passing over the viaduct which spans the Lune the driving rod of the engine broke and the engine left the rails, bu
July 29, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
IN MY GARDEN.

IN MY GARDEN.

JULY 28.—A garden should always contain plenty of white flowers, for most of them are extremely decorative and useful for cutting. Beautiful white gardens have sometimes been formed with delightful results. At this season no white flowers are more valuable than the ox-eye daisie
July 29, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
QUEST IN THE ARCTIC FOR RELICS OF A LOST EXPLORER.

QUEST IN THE ARCTIC FOR RELICS OF A LOST EXPLORER.

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July 29, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CASTLE AND GR)UNDS FOR HALF-A-CROWN A YEAR. Hertford Castle and its grounds of five acres in extent, leased to the

CASTLE AND GR)UNDS FOR HALF-A-CROWN A YEAR. Hertford Castle and its grounds of five acres in extent, leased to the

corporation by Lord Salisbury for a term of seventy-five years at an annual rental of half a crown, was formally handed over on Saturday. (1) Lord Salisbury unlocking the gates of the castle. (2) The civic procession entering the castle.—(Daily Mirror photogrphs.) • ti:fx •
July 29, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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• for your HAIR. It will counteract the DEBILITATING effect of the Salt Atmosphere, and it should always be used after SEA BATHING. "WARNOL" is Mr. Warner Oliver's HAIR REMEDY. falling hair, brings back colour to faded hair, clears scurf, makes an itching scalp healthy and comfor
July 29, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TO REVISE THE NEW RULES.

TO REVISE THE NEW RULES.

The Committee recently appointed by those who are opposed to the new Stock Exchange commission rules in their present form has now begun its work in earnest. It describes itself as the " Stock Exchange Rules Revision Committee (Uuofficial)," and it has addressed the following le
July 29, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SUBSCRIPTION RATES.

SUBSCRIPTION RATES.

The Daily Mirror is sent direct by post to any part of the United Kingdom at the rate of id. a day (which includes postage,, payable in advance; or it is sent for one month on receipt of 2s. 6d.; for three months, 6s. 6d.; for Six months, 135.; or for a year, 265. To subscribers
July 24, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FAST WEEKLY SAILINGS TO SOUTH AMERICA.

FAST WEEKLY SAILINGS TO SOUTH AMERICA.

FROM LONDON TEAMERS BY MAGNIFICE THE NT NEW MAIL S OF NELSON LINES. Steadiest Vessels in the Trade. ALL FULLY EQUIPPED WITH WIRELESS TELEG Splendid Service between London and Monte Video and Buenos Aires. CHEAPEST FARES. First and Second Class. Everything done Porine Comfort of
July 24, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
17/-

17/-

July 24, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England