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FINING MOTORISTS.

FINING MOTORISTS.

The St. Neots justices to-day imposed a fine of £8 on Mr. Simon Henry Pearce, of Polperro, Lycroft-gardens, Hampstead, for driving a motor-car to the common danger through the village of Buck. den, a speed of thirty miles an hour being alleged. Two other fines of .R 5 and one of
October 21, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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October 21, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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October 21, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
A GOOD SQUARE MEAL.

A GOOD SQUARE MEAL.

This, like many another expressive if not very elegant phrase, we suspect came first from America. Everybody knows what a good meal is, but what is a good square meal? Why not a round meal or a triangular meal? A good square meal is usually understood to mean a full and hearty m
October 21, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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October 21, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DAILY BARGAINS. • Miscellaneous. APAIR of rolled gold rigid Pince - nez , made to any prescription, guaranteed correct, Bs.

DAILY BARGAINS. • Miscellaneous. APAIR of rolled gold rigid Pince - nez , made to any prescription, guaranteed correct, Bs.

6d. post free; inquiries only answered if stamp enclosed for reply.—Optique, 129, Brownlow-rd, Bowes Park. BEAR Carriage ymg; rich dark brown; handsomely clothlined; exceedingly warm and comfortable; perfectly new; 395. 6d. each; worth £8; approval.—Captain, 2, Claylands-rd, S.W
October 21, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FIFTY-FIVE YEARS A CRICKETER.

FIFTY-FIVE YEARS A CRICKETER.

Mr. S. Clifford, who plays cricket for the Richmond Town Club, is the fortunate possessor of the best amateur bowling record in England—that is, for a man over whose head sixty-four years have passed. He has played cricket for fifty-five years, and has taken ten wickets for one
April 15, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
YESTERDAY'S LAW AND POLICE.

YESTERDAY'S LAW AND POLICE.

she looked at the brightest side of things, and in a letter wrote :—" What are all these paltry misconstructions compared to our love? . . . Come and take.me away. Vera will love her Harry." The - letters read by Mr. Terrell, K.C., in his opeting on behalf of Mr. Foxwell showed
April 15, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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April 15, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England