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TAKEN FOR MUSK OXEN.

TAKEN FOR MUSK OXEN.

GHRISTIANIA, July 28.—The Aftentosten publishes a telegram from its correspondent at Aalesund stating that the members of the crew . of the S joerlomsten say that when they found the two explorers they looked like wild animals. In fact, when the sailors first saw them some dista
July 29, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GAMBLING IN NEW YORK.

GAMBLING IN NEW YORK.

NEW YORK, July 28.—As the result of the murder of Mr. Rosenthal, the gambler, seventeen aldermen have petitioned the mayor to order an aldermanic investigation into gambling in the city. Alderman Curran says he will serve a writ of mandamus on the mayor unless he calls for an in
July 29, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TO KEEP A MAJORITY.

TO KEEP A MAJORITY.

Unless some understanding is arrived at, the next general election will establish a record in the number of triangular contests, for the Liberal wirepullers, no less than the Labour, are determined to fight every inch of ground. The drop of the Government majority to three is a
July 29, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
T.J.CoTO. . J. HARRIES & OXFORD ST., LONDON, W. "CLEARING WEEK SPECIMEN VALUES. \ i , I \ Dainty White

T.J.CoTO. . J. HARRIES & OXFORD ST., LONDON, W. "CLEARING WEEK SPECIMEN VALUES. \ i , I \ Dainty White

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July 29, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
:TS SEEN ON ANY SEASIDE HOLI

:TS SEEN ON ANY SEASIDE HOLI

Why is it that the young " bloods " and c pensive games Duchess of Norfolk have invited a number of people to stay with them at Arundel Castle ; Lord and Lady Henry Nevill will be included in the party staying with Lord and Lady Leconfield at Petworth ; Lord and Lady Cowdray who
July 29, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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. . - • • • • • • • • • • •„•• • • • • • • Sca , , • • • Captain ,Mikkelsen and the engineer, Iversen, whose mission was to discover the depot 1910 to cross Greenland, and since that time no news has been received of them . They left by M. Mylius Erichsenand his two companions w
July 29, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THOS. WALLIS & C I

THOS. WALLIS & C I

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July 29, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SERIAL.

SERIAL.

July 29, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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July 29, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Plyd. W. L. Inns. Inns. Pts. Obtd. Cent. Yorkshire lB 9 1 6 2 90 65 72.22 Northants ... l4

Plyd. W. L. Inns. Inns. Pts. Obtd. Cent. Yorkshire lB 9 1 6 2 90 65 72.22 Northants ... l4

8 1 1 4 70 47 67.14 Middlesex lO 6 3 0 1 50 31 62.00 Lancashire Warwickshire Kent Notts Hampshire Surrey- FIRST-GLASS AVERAGES. BATTING. Most in Times Inns. Runs. Inns. Not Out. Avge. A. C. Johnston C. B. Fry Denton C. G. Macartney C. P. Mead R. H. Spooner *Signifies not out. BO
July 29, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England