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CANADAS AND CAPITAL.

CANADAS AND CAPITAL.

The news that the Canadian Pacific Railway will shortly apply to the Canadian Government for permission to increase its capital to 300,000,000d01. confirmed to some extent the rumours recently current in the market, and the shares were carried up still further to 290. Wall Stree
August 16, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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August 16, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE WORLD OF SPORT.

THE WORLD OF SPORT.

Football clubs are reminded that entries for the Football Association Amateur Cup competition close on Monday next. Marco BozzariF, the winner of the Coatharn Handicap, at Redcar, on Wednesday, was ridden by A. Templeman, not F. Templeman. - - Miss Lily Smith, who started yester
August 16, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GREAT ADVERT

GREAT ADVERT

12,000 Sticks of Finest and Purest Sb away. A FURTHER 1,000 ST Can you get the Mulcuto Shaving Soap in your neighbourhood? In a few weeks it will be obtainable in every town and hamlet in the Kingdom and the Colonies. But if you have not used it do not buy it now. Let us send yo
August 16, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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August 14, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TO BEAUTY

TO BEAUTY

Any bookseller will sell it to you for 6d. ; those far from a town can obtain it, post free, for Bd., by writing to " The Daily Mirror," 12, Whitefriars Street, E.C. August 14, 1912 ENGLAND SHIVERS, RUSSIA BASKS. Iceland Warmer for Holiday- Makers Than the South. AUGUST'S RECORD
August 14, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE SUBTERRANEAN SUCTION TUBE _ _ .- i ii t, \l'lNt; 11. •_.. , , V T 1

THE SUBTERRANEAN SUCTION TUBE _ _ .- i ii t, \l'lNt; 11. •_.. , , V T 1

August 14, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BOSTON'S FLOATING HOSPITAL FOR CHILDREN.

BOSTON'S FLOATING HOSPITAL FOR CHILDREN.

Boston, U.S.A., possesses a floating hospital, on which children and ailing babies are given a day's cruise in the sea air, doctors and nurses being on hoard to attend to the youngsters. (1 and 3) On their way to the ship. Sometimes the mothers accompany their children. (2) The
August 14, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Page 14 SOUTH AFRICANS LOSE THEIR LAST TEST. Brilliant Ten-Wicket Victory for England at the Oval. BARNES AGAIN THE HERO.

Page 14 SOUTH AFRICANS LOSE THEIR LAST TEST. Brilliant Ten-Wicket Victory for England at the Oval. BARNES AGAIN THE HERO.

(Continued from page 5.) England's strength this year has been pointed out in the most convincing way by a cricketer whose name is a household word, and who cap- tained England many times. For he contends that the second eleven that could be chosen for England—with Barnes—would
August 14, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Mr. D. H. WILLS Heigham Street, Norwich, writes July I ith, 1912: " I have dis• continued the use of

Mr. D. H. WILLS Heigham Street, Norwich, writes July I ith, 1912: " I have dis• continued the use of

the 'Shirley System,' as the impediment in my hearin has been removed byyour treatment. My deafness, which had been gradually coming on for six months, was attributed to colds, a :Id at the time I consulted I could only hear a ..itch ticking eighteen inches from the left ear."
August 14, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England