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One Halfpenny. history of the movement. (1) Placing a coffin on the shoulders of a bearer party on the vessel's

One Halfpenny. history of the movement. (1) Placing a coffin on the shoulders of a bearer party on the vessel's

arrival at Bermondsey. (2) The Fervent coming up the river. (3) Bluejackets carrying a coffin off the warship. A guard of honour of bluejackets also stood at the salute on the main deck. Each coffin was covered with a Union Jack.—(Daily Mirror and Underw:»d and Underwood.)
August 9, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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August 9, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
y Evening, at 8.30, 1- , CHARLES FROHMAN presents THE AMAZONS, a Farcical Romance, in 3 Acts, by ARTHUR PINERO.

y Evening, at 8.30, 1- , CHARLES FROHMAN presents THE AMAZONS, a Farcical Romance, in 3 Acts, by ARTHUR PINERO.

Matinee, Every Thursday and Saturday, at 2.30. G AIETY. —TO-NIGHT, - at 8. A New Musical Play, THE SUNSHINE GIRL. Box-office, 10 to 10.
August 9, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
UNIONISTS GAIN N.-W. MANCHESTER.

UNIONISTS GAIN N.-W. MANCHESTER.

Remarkable Victory for Sir John Randles. MAJORITY, 1,202. Enthusiastic Voters Come from the Continent and Even Madeira. ENORMOUS TURNOVER. First Straight Fight Since Insurance Act Came Into Force. Another sweeping victory for the Unionists was scored at North-West Manchester las
August 9, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
UNIONIST GAIN IN NORTH-WEST MANCHESTER. Sir John Randles, who was elected member for North-West Manchester yesterday. This is a Unionist

UNIONIST GAIN IN NORTH-WEST MANCHESTER. Sir John Randles, who was elected member for North-West Manchester yesterday. This is a Unionist

gain. The vacancy was caused by the resignation of Sir George Kemp.
August 9, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LIST OF UNIONIST GAINS.

LIST OF UNIONIST GAINS.

The Unionist gains si tion have been : Cheltenham. Oldham. South Somerset. North Ayrshire. nce the last general elec- South Manchester. Crewe. North-West Manchester, All these seats, excepting Cheltenham, have been captured by the Unionists since the campaign against the Insuran
August 9, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LATEST HAIR MODES.

LATEST HAIR MODES.

" The way the King wears his beard sets the fashion also," said a West End hairdresser. " And if I may presume to say so, King George would look splendid if he allowed his beard to grow pointed. " Hairdressers are now persuading their customers to change the style of doing their
August 9, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CUSHION FOR THE BRIDE.

CUSHION FOR THE BRIDE.

There was a large congregation to witness the ceremony. One of the first to arrive was Mrs. Kendal, who carried a cushion of cream satin and gold embroideries, which she had brought for the bride to kneel upon. As The Daily Mirror has remarked, at recent weddings the old superst
August 9, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MODES OF MAN.

MODES OF MAN.

Apropos the suggestion in yesterday's Daily Mirror that man is following woman's lead and returning to old-fashioned modes reminiscent of old family portraits, one of the guests at the wedding, young and good-looking, wore sidewhiskers and check trousers. Mr. Alfred Bishop, the
August 9, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
A SOUND OF SOFT SOBBING.

A SOUND OF SOFT SOBBING.

As the procession passed solemnly along the steamer Golden Eagle, with hundreds of people on board, happened to draw near. Directly they saw what was happening the passengers all came to the side of the vessel and bared their heads, and the flag was lowered to half-mast. The pol
August 9, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England