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A 4d. TIN MAKES A QUART.

A 4d. TIN MAKES A QUART.

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December 14, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PUDDING FOOTBALL MATCH.

PUDDING FOOTBALL MATCH.

For the Stage v. Music Hall football match, which is to be played at Fulham on Friday, December 20, in aid of the fund, Mr. George Robey, captain of the Music Hall team, will journey specially from Birmingham. Mr. Basil S. Foster will captain the Stage, and he is getting togethe
December 14, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
"THAT WAS A GOOD SHOT."

"THAT WAS A GOOD SHOT."

Mr. Power than detailed a conversation he had with the prisoner at the restaurant near West. minster Bridge. There was a talk about the tragedy generally, and the witness asked what he had done with his revolver. He said he had nothing in the nature of a gun or any cartridges in
December 14, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
REINSTATEMENT OFFERED.

REINSTATEMENT OFFERED.

Mr. Butterworth, general manager of the North- Eastern Railway, issued a statement yesterday that the company is prepared to reinstate all the strikers at their old rates of pay, but not to discharge the few men who so far have been given permanent employment in consequence of t
December 14, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THROWN AND KILLED.

THROWN AND KILLED.

While out exercising yesterday, Mr. Leighton White, of Blunklown House, Swindon, a wellknown hunting man, was thrown and so terribly iniared that he died in a few minutes.
December 14, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1912. GREAT DISCOVERIES OF THE 20TH CENIURY. " Peace Hath its Victories No Less Renowned Than Waf! " THE Twentieth Century is as yet but twelve years old. Yet, when before in the whole history of the world were there twelve years so productive of marvellou
December 14, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
improvement. A surprising feature of my new Health-Foods Baking Compound is that its action is so perfect in its completeness

improvement. A surprising feature of my new Health-Foods Baking Compound is that its action is so perfect in its completeness

that it not only produces an article superior in (1) Quality, but also in (2) Quantity. Thus, faced with the double necessity for an improvement in the chief article of daily sustenance, and a reduction of the ever-increasing cost of living, I believe that the British public wil
December 14, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE IDEA CREATES AN INVENTION.

THE IDEA CREATES AN INVENTION.

But the crude system of those early days was too laborious and too time-expensive for the great majority of the many who felt the living and moving influence of the visual example. More' than ever under the impulse of his idea, Eugen:SandoW devised an unique 'invention, nothing
December 14, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
(Continued from Page 12.) great deal to see you free from this entanglement. It can't be good for you." "

(Continued from Page 12.) great deal to see you free from this entanglement. It can't be good for you." "

I am perfectly capable of looking after my own affairs, thank you, Mr. Drake," said Norah between her teeth. you are. And you've been warned enough., How often Maggie has tried to reason with you about it. You must know what you're doing, I suppose. And you are your own mistress
December 14, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE WORLD OF SPORT.

THE WORLD OF SPORT.

At Fulham yesterday 18th Hussars defeated 20th Hussars by 1 goal to 0 in the second round Cavalry Association Cup. lost night's billiards scores wero:—At Soho-square: Smith, 7,876; Diggle, 5,508. At Leicester-square: Reece, 7,561; Inman, 7,250, The Christmas number of " The Angl
December 14, 1912 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England