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iT TOUCH OF ABSURDITY.

iT TOUCH OF ABSURDITY.

at the Buckingham-gate offices, which large hotel, are given leaflets that do .he mysteries of the Act, or they are official to official, and if the question !se it is then put before the Commis- s not follow that it will be decided on 'ar from it. Some of the inquiries will r f
July 9, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MELTONIAN CREA

MELTONIAN CREA

of the lozenges will be sent to all who write, enclosing Id. for postage, and mentioning " The Daily Mirror," to Savory and Moore, Ltd., Chemists to The King (Dept. A), 143, New Bondstreet, London, W. MANSION FLOOR POLISH has a wonderful preserving and hardening effect upon the
July 9, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE BRITISH ELECTR IC INSTITUTE

THE BRITISH ELECTR IC INSTITUTE

(Dept. 24), 25, HOLBORN VIADUCT, LONDON. E.C. Everything is so evenly raised with "PAISLEY FLOUR" The SURE raising powder, that it is cooked throughout. That is why home- made cakes, pastry, and rolls, raised with Paisley Flour, are so whole- some and digestible. Go by the • mix
July 9, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
If you would know more of this delightful holiday centre, ask at any L. & N. W. Station or Town

If you would know more of this delightful holiday centre, ask at any L. & N. W. Station or Town

Office for free Illustrated Booklet, " THE ENGLISH LAKES." A copy may also be obtained (postage 2d.) from Mr. H. M. STONES (Dept. G), L. & N. W. Railway, Lancaster ; or from the Enquiry Office (Dept. G), Euston Station, London, N.W. lea]. LOOK on the . Apf -I Seal Bedstead for t
July 9, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

July 9, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR INVADERS BEATEN. Portuguese Royalists Failing To Seize Town Flee Across Frontier. The Portuguese Royalists have again adopted

THE DAILY MIRROR INVADERS BEATEN. Portuguese Royalists Failing To Seize Town Flee Across Frontier. The Portuguese Royalists have again adopted

offensive measures, and, according to the latest news, after severe fighting with the Republicans on the Spanish-Portuguese border they were completely defeated and, fleeing to Spain, were captured by the Spanish authorities. m, July 7 (evening).—What appears to have been an ear
July 8, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FLEEING FROM PLAGUE.

FLEEING FROM PLAGUE.

NEW YORK, July 7.—According to reports fublished here, bubonic plague has made its ap eatance at Havana, and also at Porto Rico, tis stated that several deaths have occurred, and that foreigners are fleeing froisn the infected districts. Central News.
July 8, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Page if Infants' Foods The Question of Cost In deciding upon an infant's food the mother who is also a

Page if Infants' Foods The Question of Cost In deciding upon an infant's food the mother who is also a

careful housewife must consider, amongst other things, the cost: There appears to be an impression in some quarters that Savory and Moore's Food (the Food used in the Royal Nurseries) is expen. sive. This is quite a mistake. As a matter of fact, it is the cheapest of all the wel
July 8, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
RAILWAYS, SHIPPING, ETC.

RAILWAYS, SHIPPING, ETC.

A WEEK IN BONNIE SCOTLAND for 3 gns,, including Return. Ticket to Edinburgh, and Week' Hotel Accommodation. Delightful Excursions to The Trossachs, Killiecrankie, The Clyde, Stirling, etc. Polytechnic Tours, Ltd., 309, Regent-st, London, A WEEK IN THE HIGHLANDS OF SCOTLAND for 4
July 8, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Felf . full particulars obtain pamphlets or handbills at any L. & N.W. Station or Town Office, or send postcard

Felf . full particulars obtain pamphlets or handbills at any L. & N.W. Station or Town Office, or send postcard

to Enquiry Office, Euston Station, London, N.W. FRANK REE, General 111anar. TOURS IN NORWAY by WILSON LINE. The luxuriously appointed modern Wilson Line Steamers leave Hull every Thursday and Saturday. Boat train from King's Cross 2 p.m. runs alongside Steamer at Hull. Spa, ciou
July 8, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England