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£25,000,000 CHIEF DEAD.

£25,000,000 CHIEF DEAD.

Mr. George Westinghouse, Whose Air Brake Invention Was Thought Crazy. NEW YORK, March 12.—Mr. George Westinghouse, the inventor of the air brake, died suddenly in New York to-day.—Central News. There are 300 patents to the credit of the dead miiiionaire, and he was president of
March 13, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LORD CREWE INDISPOSED.

LORD CREWE INDISPOSED.

Lord Crewe became indisposed at the dinner of the Institute of .Mining and Metallurgy at the Savoy Hotel last night. He was taken to Crewe House, where later he was stated to be going on satisfactorily. Lord Crewe had made the chief speech on mining enterprise in India and on th
March 13, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DOUBLE

DOUBLE

March 13, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Neglected cough or cold.

Neglected cough or cold.

Lung trouble often arises from the neglect • of a simple cold or cough or from infection when in a weakened and "run down" condition. A course of SCOTT'S strengthens the lungs, protects against colds and coughs, and builds up every part of the body to resist or overcome weakness
March 13, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
AFTERNOON . TEA The Cup that Cheers. pert eer example of uie "Cup that Cheers " is to be obtained

AFTERNOON . TEA The Cup that Cheers. pert eer example of uie "Cup that Cheers " is to be obtained

by using the choice blends of Lipton's Tea — unequalled for aroma and flavour. Blended to suit the water of the various districts of the United Kingdom. Blended scientifically and weighed and packed by the most up-to-date machinery under conditions of absolute cleanliness. DRINK
March 13, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
VAUDEVILLE, Strand. To-night, at 9. HELEN WITH THE HIGH HAND, by Richard Pryce. Adapted from Arnold Bennett's Novel. At 8.30,

VAUDEVILLE, Strand. To-night, at 9. HELEN WITH THE HIGH HAND, by Richard Pryce. Adapted from Arnold Bennett's Novel. At 8.30,

Frederic Norton. Mat., Weds. and Sate., 2.20, WYNDHAM'S. To-night, at 8, DIPLOMACY, by Victorien Sardou. MATS., WEDS.. SATS., at 2. A LHAMBRA KEEP SMILING. Revue, MAIN STAIRCASE. Varieties, 8.15. Revue, 8.55. Matinee, Wed. and Sat., 2.15. Reduced prices. PALLADIUM. -6.10 and 9.1
March 13, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
gain!

gain!

.THE Thompson Twins have sent a telegram of support to New Zealand prime minister David Lange, after he declared his country a nuclear-free zone. The group's Alannah Currie was born in New Zealand, and has long been a CND supporter. They sent this message: "We think it's brillia
March 7, 1985 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
By ALAN GORDON

By ALAN GORDON

COMPANY boss Michael Robertson was battered to death in a frenzied attack by his gardener, a court heard yesterday. Mr. Robertson, a £40,000-a-year IBM executive, vainly fought to protect himself as Timothy Smith hit him with a 3ft. length of metal piping. He was found seriously
March 7, 1985 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PHILIPS SL* PH ILi Ps The World's No.l Lightmaker Simply years ahead

PHILIPS SL* PH ILi Ps The World's No.l Lightmaker Simply years ahead

March 7, 1985 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England