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After defying for several days all efforts of the crews of four tugs and the cruiser Bristol, the huge Admiralty

After defying for several days all efforts of the crews of four tugs and the cruiser Bristol, the huge Admiralty

caisson, or dock gate, which broke adrift in the Irish W Sea, has been piloted into Holyhead Harbour. When this great structure parted from its tug during a heavy gale two workmen named David Douglas and John Matheson were standing on it. These men had a terrible experience, and
September 10, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Registered at the G.P.O. as a Newspaper.

Registered at the G.P.O. as a Newspaper.

September 10, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ANOTHER 11 A WEEK!

ANOTHER 11 A WEEK!

Reliable persons will be pro. vided with constant home work on AUTO-KNITTERS by hosiery Manufacturers. Experience unnecessary, distance immaterial.—Write at once, enclosing Id. stamp for postage, to 0. C. GENZ & CO. (Dept, 23), 52, Beivoir Street, Leicester.
September 10, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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September 10, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SPELL EXACTLY AS YOU LIKE. Sir James Donaldson on Following Shakespeare's Example. CHILDHOOD'S BOGEY. It doesn't mattar how yu spel.

SPELL EXACTLY AS YOU LIKE. Sir James Donaldson on Following Shakespeare's Example. CHILDHOOD'S BOGEY. It doesn't mattar how yu spel.

Spel just as you like, just as Shakespeer did and just as our ancesstors did. Such was the cheering advice given by Sir James Donaldson, of St. Andrews University, in the address he delivered yesterday to the education section of the British Association in Dundee. If Sir James c
September 10, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
EXHIBITIONS.

EXHIBITIONS.

SHAKESPEARE'S ENGLAND. EARL'S COURT. 11 to 11. Admission, ls.; Children, 6d. MERRY ENGLAND OF YESTERDAY AND TO-DAY. 3.30 p.m. BIG CIRCUS. 8.30 p.m. Circus seats, 6d. to 2s. Reserved seats, 3s. and 55., booked in advance at Exhibition Entrances ('phone 4599 Ken.), and usual Libra
September 10, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR THIS MORNING'S NEWS ITEMS.

THE DAILY MIRROR THIS MORNING'S NEWS ITEMS.

The King has granted to Lady White, widow of the late Field-Marshal Sir George White, the use of Wilderness House, Hampton Court Palace. The total takings at the Welsh National Eisteddfod at Wrexham amount to nearly £6,000, and it is expected that a profit of £l,OOO will have be
September 10, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Page 2 Advertisers' Announcernent:. "T'ht Little Nap," A 3d. packet has a greater food-value than 9 bananas for WORKDAYS and

Page 2 Advertisers' Announcernent:. "T'ht Little Nap," A 3d. packet has a greater food-value than 9 bananas for WORKDAYS and

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September 13, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FLEET STEADILY GROWING.

FLEET STEADILY GROWING.

Meanwhile the sea scouts' fleet is steadily growing. Mr Louis Meyer, of the Strand and Waldorf Theatres, sent the Editor of The Daily Mirror the following letter yesterday : I am , very much interested in the efforts which The Daily Mirror is making to assist the sea scout movem
September 13, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE QUEEN OF SPAIN PLAYING LAWN TENNIS.

THE QUEEN OF SPAIN PLAYING LAWN TENNIS.

September 13, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England