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THE DAILY MI

THE DAILY MI

August 21, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Page 10

Page 10

August 21, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SCORES IN COUNTY MATCHES.

SCORES IN COUNTY MATCHES.

KENT BEATING LEICESTERSHIRE. LEICESTERSHIRE. First Innings-44 (King 15, Knight 11). Second Innings.—C. J. B. Wood, not out, 25; Knight, st Huish, b Carr. 2; Whitehead, st Huish, Blythe, 4; Mounteney, c Seymour, b Humphreys, 29; King, not out, 18; total (for 3 wkts), 78. KENT. Ha
August 21, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
AMER: Amal. Copper-88 1 Atchison-1121 113 Balt. and 011;o-111 Ch'p'ke and Ohio-841 5 Denver-23 Erie-381 1 Illinois Central-1341 51 Lonisville-172

AMER: Amal. Copper-88 1 Atchison-1121 113 Balt. and 011;o-111 Ch'p'ke and Ohio-841 5 Denver-23 Erie-381 1 Illinois Central-1341 51 Lonisville-172

3 N.Y. Central-1191 1201 COLONIAL AND Canadian Pacific-285 Grand Trunk Ord.-28;g +1 Do Ist Pref.-111 112 Do 2nd Pref.-100 1 Do 3rd Pref.-56A B.A. and Pacific-891 901 B.A. and Southern-128 9 B.A. Western-130 1 FOREIGN Argen. 5 p.c. 1886-1031 Do 5 p.c. 1907-1021 Brazilian 4 p.c. 1
August 21, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
One Halfpenny. as to the number of killed; but the death-roll appears to be about 1,000, while_ the hospitals are

One Halfpenny. as to the number of killed; but the death-roll appears to be about 1,000, while_ the hospitals are

full of injured. (1) Turkish doctor with a little patient at Myrio4 phyton. (2) A girl who was injured by the fall of a house at Rodosto. (3Y Wounded girl in a tent at Rodosto. (4) Doctors at work at Myriophyton.—(Dailk Mirror photographs.)
August 24, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Turkey at the moment well deserves her title of The sick man of Europe." Her long-drawn-out war with Italy still

Turkey at the moment well deserves her title of The sick man of Europe." Her long-drawn-out war with Italy still

continues; her neighbours in the Balkans are threatening her, and her territory has been devastated by a terrible earthquake. Villages in the region of the Dardanelles were wiped out, and in some cases whole families perished either by the shocks or by the fires' which ensued. A
August 24, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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August 24, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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August 24, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WITHOUT A CRY.

WITHOUT A CRY.

The three went to Bolt Tail to watch the heavy seas driven inshore by the gale. They descended to the foot of the cliff by a g rassy slope, and had stationed themselves on a ledge 44 rock where, apparently, they were clear of all danger. Even the spray of the breakers tailed to
August 24, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
IN MY GARDEN.

IN MY GARDEN.

AUGUST 23.—This is a season when many subjects may be propagated. Cuttings of violas and choice pansies may be inserted in a shady bed ; seeds of these plants may also be sown now, Phloxes can be increased by placing cuttings in pots, which must be kept close in a frame for a ti
August 24, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England