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March 16, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
March 16, ]!JI4

March 16, ]!JI4

March 16, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WINNERS AND PRICES.

WINNERS AND PRICES.

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March 16, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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March 16, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DRAMATIC CROSS-EXAMINATION OF SUMNER LASTS 0 Story of Disguise in Order “to Save Eltoft.” FOURTH MAN THEORY Reasons for Not

DRAMATIC CROSS-EXAMINATION OF SUMNER LASTS 0 Story of Disguise in Order “to Save Eltoft.” FOURTH MAN THEORY Reasons for Not

Pursuing Mys terious Armed Assailant TALL, DARK STRANGER. Cool, keen and .ilert the whole lime -anxious to explain points and supplement details —(»eorgc Ball, better known Sumner, stood for o\er two hours in the witness-box at Liverpool Assi/es yesterday while he underwent the
February 5, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Owcar a«cha, Cricketer

Owcar a«cha, Cricketer

Oscar A-die. who i- running two dogs in the Waterloo Cup, na.- always keen on games and good cricketer. hen he was with K. K. Benson the company ran cricket team, and the store always wa, that Hen-on was ,o keen on winning that he gave the biggest of the smaller parts to the man
February 5, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
For Boys Undrr 17 Years Prizes for the longest lists of names and addresses of different people whom yon have

For Boys Undrr 17 Years Prizes for the longest lists of names and addresses of different people whom yon have

told about •Nubolic' Soap and the ‘Nnbolic’monthly competitions. The people themselves must write their names, and their full addresses must be given. Clous Ftb. 28 FIRST PRIZE £5 tnd Prize £2 10 -: 3rd Prize 10.'- ; Prize SI ; s tl Prize 10/- Prizes 6.- S Open to All Nl Prizes
February 5, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DENTIST MADE PLEAS

DENTIST MADE PLEAS

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February 5, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PERU’S ENGLISH PRESIDENT A PRISONER President William Billinghurst, of Pern, who has been taken pri-oner by military revolutionaries, who att:i<

PERU’S ENGLISH PRESIDENT A PRISONER President William Billinghurst, of Pern, who has been taken pri-oner by military revolutionaries, who att:i<

hi> palace at The Pre-ident is an Kn^lishman. HEROIC CAPTAIN HONOURED The Lord Mayor makinK a presentation yesterday to Captain Inch, the master the Volturno. Mrs. Inch is also seen W A • s-f.
February 5, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MALE NAVAL NURSES.

MALE NAVAL NURSES.

have r<‘ >'lied from male nav.il niiTM-s who take exeeption sl.itemeiils in my arlii last week dealing with nursing in the Navy. The writers do not admit that the si>l rs take a leading part in the training the si« berth stair. While the\ state that the sisters tr.tin male pro b
February 5, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England