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TO IMPROVE THE HAIR. 04'

TO IMPROVE THE HAIR. 04'

TO IMPROVE THE HAIR.
July 30, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
see that your ideas are his and give him all the credit. 5. Choleric.—A square, muscular body, though rather bony

see that your ideas are his and give him all the credit. 5. Choleric.—A square, muscular body, though rather bony

; florid, ruddy, sunburnt complexion ; chestnut or auburn hair ; grey or light hazel eyes. Hot and dry hands. Irritable, brusque, and rapid in movement. To gain his favour you must let him do nearly all the talking. A little flattery will be of use here. 6. Melancholic.—High sho
February 26, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HAYMARKET. TO-NIGHT, at 9. ENTANGLED. By Ihnry Art Jones Preceded at 8.20 by THE WIDOW WOOS. MATINEE E,ERV WEONESDA2 anu

HAYMARKET. TO-NIGHT, at 9. ENTANGLED. By Ihnry Art Jones Preceded at 8.20 by THE WIDOW WOOS. MATINEE E,ERV WEONESDA2 anu

SATURDAY, 2.20. HIS MA J ESTY'S TIIEATRE. .nu n..g,r, Aar. TREE. TO-NIGHr and EVERY EVENING at 8.15. THE DARLING OF THE GODS. By David Belasco and John Luther Long. MATINEE EVERY WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, 2.15. Box Office (Mr. Watts; open daily 10 to-10, IMPERIAL THEATRE, WESTMINS
February 26, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE PATH OF THE PRODIGAL.

THE PATH OF THE PRODIGAL.

A Story of the " Never-Never Land." By Wilson Barrett 9 who is appearing this w e ek at th e Sh a k es p eare Th ea t re , Clapham, and will appear next week at the King's Theatre, Hammersmith. CHAPTER XXXVII. (continued). Jack started up, and, shaking Dan warmly by the hand, sa
February 26, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
OUR SPLENDID NEW SERIAL, By META SIMMINS,

OUR SPLENDID NEW SERIAL, By META SIMMINS,

February 26, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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LANCASHIRE CHEESE.

LANCASHIRE CHEESE.

INGREDIENTS :—Eight ounces of mild, creamy cheese, two tablespoonfuls of cream, half a ll ounce of butter, one raw egg, salt, cayenn e ' nutmeg, and dry toast. tbaSlice the cheese very thinly. Melt butter gently in a pan. Add the cheese a n te cream, and stir the mixture over a
February 26, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE LATE SIR JOHN BLUNDELL MAPLE. From a photo

THE LATE SIR JOHN BLUNDELL MAPLE. From a photo

? y e!' Europe, whilst thousands of housewives looked to the great shop for the provision of the innumerable goods and chattels which the comfort of the small home de pends. However prosperous the business I Pght be, th e h ea d o f th e fi r m never relaxed a moment his efforts
November 25, 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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.C7+0+0240+C2+0+C')4604.C20')4C7+0+4 4 04C74) but no other communication or inquiry may be enclosed under the same cover. Requests for information, queries on points of Bridge play, suggestions, reports of hands dealt, etc., must invariably be sent under separate cover. 5. Each c
November 25, 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
M L' FFS.

M L' FFS.

November 25, 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
"I wouldn't be guilty of such a thing for worlds," he protested. He bent over Martia's hand. "Au revoir," he

"I wouldn't be guilty of such a thing for worlds," he protested. He bent over Martia's hand. "Au revoir," he

said. " I cannot tell you how pleased I am to have renewed our brief acquaintance. Forgive me if I have said anything that appears to you rude or unkind. It was not with intent." "Nonsense," laughed Martia. "You've been most amusing. Au revoir." And she ran lightly up the gravel
November 25, 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England