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June 26, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ROYAL VISIT TO MINER'S COTTAGE.

ROYAL VISIT TO MINER'S COTTAGE.

The King's Talk to Man Who Has Worked for Forty Years in a Pit—Factory Girls Cheer the Queen. The King and Queen were delighted to see the thousands of happy faces and hear the young voices singing. This is one of many interesting comments in a letter sent last night by the King
June 26, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CRIMES WE HAVE LONGED TO COMMIT,

CRIMES WE HAVE LONGED TO COMMIT,

visedly, for surely one must be subject to a kind of moral obliquity who plays far on into the night, and begins. be it said, when every decent person who sleeps within the radius of a mile is at least thinking of retiring. Utterly regardless of the comfort of others, this indiv
June 26, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Prhs Rhyg Irhal Yefleirea, Ilisno

Prhs Rhyg Irhal Yefleirea, Ilisno

Rhyg Irhal By RUBY M. AYRES. She dreaded and yet longed to be with him alone ; she was relieved and yet vaguely disap pointed when she found that he had no intention of being anything but the courteous friend ; he made no allusions to the past ; he tatted on general topics. Until
June 26, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WOODWARD'SI CRIPE WATER

WOODWARD'SI CRIPE WATER

WOODWARD'S I CRIPE WATER Quickly mlieves the pain and dist, ss caused by the. numerous familiar ailments of childhood. INVALUABLE DURING TEETHING For three generations it has nourished and strengthened infant vitality. It contains no preparation of Morphia, Opium or other harmful
June 26, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WANTED TO PURCHASE.

WANTED TO PURCHASE.

ARTIFICIAL i T ri tet gt h o r ( e O c l t d -iv ) e l3 f o u t lf h v t a ; lu a e ll sh w o i ut apply to the dental manufacturers instead of to provincial buyers; if forwarded by post utmost value per return or offer made.- .Uessrs. Browning, 63, oxford-st, London. Est. over
June 26, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Prize, £100;

Prize, £100;

and 100 Handsome Consolation Awards. All these Prizes must be Won Each Week.
June 17, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
RAILWAYS, SHIPPING, ETC. BREEZY BABBACOMBE, THE GEM OF GLORIOUS SOUTH DEVON. Bathing, Boating, Fishing, Golf amid the loveliest scenery. Guide

RAILWAYS, SHIPPING, ETC. BREEZY BABBACOMBE, THE GEM OF GLORIOUS SOUTH DEVON. Bathing, Boating, Fishing, Golf amid the loveliest scenery. Guide

(post. ld.), Secy., Buro," Babbacombe, S. Devon. NORFOLK BROADS HOLIDAYS.—Better than seaside. We have 300 yachts, houseboats for h,re. Illustrat i 1-I , t, 184 pages, gratis, postage 2d.—Blake's "D " Tow', IU, Basinghall-st, London. SPEND a SCOTTISH HOLIDAY at SALTCOATS and ARD
June 17, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NOT A WHITE HAT PARADE.

NOT A WHITE HAT PARADE.

Then, dashing along the broad slip of green, came the royal cavalcade, with the outriders and postilions wearing the Ascot liveries of scarlet, purple and gold, powdered wigs and jockey caps. On either side of the royal carriage were equerries. No crowd in existence can beat an
June 17, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
June 17, 1914

June 17, 1914

June 17, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England