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POLICE PROHIBIT A COLLECTION. A resolution demanding the release of Ettor, Giovannitti and Hayweed, the 4.hree New England trade-union le&ders

POLICE PROHIBIT A COLLECTION. A resolution demanding the release of Ettor, Giovannitti and Hayweed, the 4.hree New England trade-union le&ders

who have been arrested on a charge of moral complicity in the murder of a girl killed during a strike riot, was rasscd at an international protest meeting held in Trafalgar-square yesterday. (1) Malatesta, the political refugee, speaking. He addressed the meeting in Italian. (2)
September 23, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GUN-CARRYING WARPLANE.

GUN-CARRYING WARPLANE.

A series of exhaustive tests will be made by officers of the Royal Flying Corps at Farnborough, and at the conclusion of the trial such improvements as may be suggested by it will be effected as quickly as possible. The new fighting fleet will be heavier and faster than the Army
September 23, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Daily Mirror

Daily Mirror

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1912 THE TALKERS. ALTHOUGH naturally an uncommunicative people, there is something about this time of the year that makes the average Briton break with hi-s reputation and become garrulous. In this, the postholiday period, everybody seems to want to talk ab
September 23, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
EPTEMBER 23; 1912 Page 9 HIS LIFE TO SAVE THOSEOF THE • i. . _,.., • •• • ,:. -

EPTEMBER 23; 1912 Page 9 HIS LIFE TO SAVE THOSEOF THE • i. . _,.., • •• • ,:. -

• . ' • • r • • . . • • ent, showin g the palisade behind which were the spectators. Mr. Astley. He piloted Miss Trehawke Davies last week. 'ded enclosure. Mrs. Astley was at Hendon Aerodrome in the afternoon, and left before the news of her husband's tragic fate became known.-
September 23, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LISH GIRL

LISH GIRL

D'AUVERGNE. buckled on his sword. Logan, viciously chewing the end of his cigar, followed him past saluting groups of officers to the car which awaited them at the door of the club. They drove to the paradeground outside the fortifications where his audience of the morning had r
September 23, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WHY WORRY

WHY WORRY

About Financial Matters when
September 23, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.

PIANO of good make, new and not been used, to be sold under certain family circumstances; usual price, £65, now £4s.—Apply 48, Warrington-crescent. Maida Vale, between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. PlANoB.—Boyd, Ltd., supply their gold medal pianos on deferred payments or for cash; carriag
September 23, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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September 25, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SERVIA'S PREPARATIONS.

SERVIA'S PREPARATIONS.

BELGRADE, Sept. 24.—1 n spite of repeated official denials that there is any prospect of hostilities, the War Office is buying large food supplies. --Reuter. SERENADED IN PRISON. Crowd Sings " For He's a Jolly Good Fellow " to Schoolmaster at Brixton. With a band playing accompa
September 25, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PRINCESS' SIMPLE COFFIN.

PRINCESS' SIMPLE COFFIN.

100,000 People Watch with Deep Emotion, Removal of Infanta's Body. MADRID, Sept. N.—The remains of the Infanta Teresa were conveyed this afternoon from the Palace to the-North Station, whence they are to be conveyed by special train to the Escurial for interment in the Panteon d
September 25, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England