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An Unceremonious Incident.

An Unceremonious Incident.

I noticed a charming little incident during the roval the ''late landau** were f)a"ing down the Mali the occupant of one them, in full military uniform, poked In- gigantic and magmtuently-decorated stiik of-ofH<e out the gilt window and gave a fnendlx wave and twirl in the direc
February 11, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

February 11, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
IS MORNING’S GOSSIP

IS MORNING’S GOSSIP

•?!? Performance for Parsons. There to a >pcoial for clergymen only ’ The Rotary" the Rrinte > Theatre. It will, course, a invitation affair. The Sisters' Split. one who is .tt .ill intimate with Miffragette matters i-, m the least surprised at the open between the Mi-sC' hiista
February 11, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Strange Masculine Fascination.

Strange Masculine Fascination.

A man who walked through a long and crowded City street yc'teid.rv one in which few women ever walk mentioned lunch that there was crowd of men and boys staring into every ironmonger’s window. The next largest throng wa.s gazing into a stationer’s window that tilled with maps. T
February 11, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
1 Museum.

1 Museum.

Museum. The contest for the right 1 Museum” as telephone number is h.i been and in uhi< h many well firms have taken pair Mes>rs. Det/mann’s, of Tottenham Courtroad, have won the pn/e. Ihe Mn-rum I.x hange i-» probably to woiking within a month or >ix weeks, and many unhappy resi
February 11, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Niorstein!

Niorstein!

The secretary of a suburban g<>!f < üb, mu< frequented by gentlemen foreign origin, rncmbei asking would "cml liim .1 li->t (luh members th.it might see if he
February 11, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
KIPPKKS I\ DAMiIMt.

KIPPKKS I\ DAMiIMt.

Those from l.oth Fuie May Disappear from the llreaLfast Table Menu.
February 11, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WASHING THE SILVER.

WASHING THE SILVER.

Speedy Process Which Dispenses with Necessity for Rubbing with Powder. Silverware cleaned in a rubbing ! lew moments without Thai the pleasant prospect opened by the dis covery of a new process invoUing the use a powder, a small sheet of metal and a bowl boiling water. The powde
February 11, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
February 11, 191-4 EVERY WOMAN PERFECT. The Way to Banish Ailments that Destroy Health and Beauty. or should he —idolised

February 11, 191-4 EVERY WOMAN PERFECT. The Way to Banish Ailments that Destroy Health and Beauty. or should he —idolised

as W ilh health tul beauty eptre that knows Mrs. Man Ilallas, ift's ‘' y nervr' T- & M~SMIf»W> » F
February 11, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
I pon her, she sw \ .<I power.

I pon her, she sw \ .<I power.

her, she sw .<I power. worn.in roublfs. the most npicvion rmneti Anatuia, H1(h>«1 bit's, indict or Wc.iknt ss. weel Im I )r.
February 11, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England