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HIS LIFE FOR HIS EMPEROR.

HIS LIFE FOR HIS EMPEROR.

TOKIO, July 29.—Throughout last night a crowd of several thousands thronged the spaces round the palace, most of them on their knees, praying. Temporary altars had been erected, where a number of priests officiated. On the previous night one of the watchers committed suicide, le
July 30, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
EMBASSY RECEIVES THE- NEWS.

EMBASSY RECEIVES THE- NEWS.

An official announcement of the death of the Emperor of Japan was received by cable at the Japanese Embassy in London shortly after ten o'clock last night. The message was as follows : With profound sorrow I beg to inform your Excellency of the demise of his Majesty the Emperor,
July 30, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NATION'S WORSHIP OF EMPEROR. Their Real Happiness Is to Live and Die for Him. THE NEW RULER. By YOSHIO MARKINO.

NATION'S WORSHIP OF EMPEROR. Their Real Happiness Is to Live and Die for Him. THE NEW RULER. By YOSHIO MARKINO.

[Yoshio Markino is a talented Japanese artist, whose vivacious descriptions in the newspapers and magazines of English people and their ways, as they appear to a Japanese, have attracted much attention.] The Japanese nation believe the Mikado to b 6 very divine. To-day there are
July 30, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
40 MEN FLUNG TO GROUND BY LIGHTNING. Territorial Killed and 20 Injured in Thunderstorm at a Camp, A remarkable accident,

40 MEN FLUNG TO GROUND BY LIGHTNING. Territorial Killed and 20 Injured in Thunderstorm at a Camp, A remarkable accident,

in which one Territorial soldier was killed and forty others flung to the ground—twenty being injured—occurred, at Marton, near Skipton,. yesterday. The scene of the tragedy was the camp of the East Lancashire Regiment. While forty men of C Company were carrying out tactical ope
July 30, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
STRIKE LEADERS IN CONSULTATION.

STRIKE LEADERS IN CONSULTATION.

Mr. Ben Tillett, who has all along preached "no surrender," leaving a meeting of the Strike Committee yesterday. Mr. Tillett, who is the leading figure, is followed by Mr. O'Grady, M.P., who created a scene in the House the other day. Note the barefooted boys, a sign of the pove
July 30, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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July 30, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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July 30, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Page 13 THE MED VEIIII, (Continued from page 12.) From within there was an immediate scurry of feet and the

Page 13 THE MED VEIIII, (Continued from page 12.) From within there was an immediate scurry of feet and the

door was opened. He was more than surprised to see the haughty, aristocratic lady of the earlier afternoon standing before him, hatless, with a big white pinafore over her dress. She had answered the summons herself, and that she, in her turn, was surprised—and very much disconc
July 30, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Page 14 GOODWOOD MEETING OPENS TO-DAY. The King Honours the Last Big Racing Function of the Summer, S TEWARDS' CUP

Page 14 GOODWOOD MEETING OPENS TO-DAY. The King Honours the Last Big Racing Function of the Summer, S TEWARDS' CUP

PROSPECTS. Goodwood's appointment this week marks the last of the great social functions depending on summer racing, and, further, the wane of the season. The King has already arrived as guest of the Duke of Richmond at Goodwood House. The Duke of Norfolk entertains at Arundel C
July 30, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
YOU MIGHT CRY "WOLF ! WOLF !"

YOU MIGHT CRY "WOLF ! WOLF !"

Were any special precautions taken in your absence in the event of fire?—Do you mean irrespective of care? Care was taken. Mr. Marshall stated that there was a bucket of water outside the door of the room where the fire occurred, but that would have been of no use. The only thin
July 30, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England