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VERY HARMLESS AMUSEMENT.

VERY HARMLESS AMUSEMENT.

There are in the northern towns thousands of working men who will sit patiently hour after hour watching their floats, says the " Lancet," at the end of which time they may not be able to boast that they have even had " a glorious nibble." On the Saturday before last 700 such me
July 30, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
"BE BRIGHT AND HAPPY." Suicide's Pathetic Farewell Letter to His Wife. Two pathetic letters were read at the inquiry at

"BE BRIGHT AND HAPPY." Suicide's Pathetic Farewell Letter to His Wife. Two pathetic letters were read at the inquiry at

Westminster yesterday into the death of Mr. Hamilton Price, of The Grove, South Kensington, who was found shot in a bathroom at the Constitutional Club on Wednesday last. In a note to the " finder," Mr. Price said : .The news must be broken very gently to my wife, who is very ne
July 30, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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July 30, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE X 00,000 WEDDING. MOST COSTLY ON RECORD IN AMERICA. MRS. GOELET'S PRESENT VALUED AT 2500,000. BRIDESMAIDS WHOSE FORTUNES REACHED

THE X 00,000 WEDDING. MOST COSTLY ON RECORD IN AMERICA. MRS. GOELET'S PRESENT VALUED AT 2500,000. BRIDESMAIDS WHOSE FORTUNES REACHED

£18,000,000. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) New York, Wednesday. The Duke and Duchess of Roxburghe reached the residence of the bride's parents, Ochre Court, at Newport, last night, heartily glad to have escaped from the New York mob. There probably never was a wedding her which
November 12, 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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November 12, 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LIVERPOOL'S CATHEDRAL.

LIVERPOOL'S CATHEDRAL.

Lord Derby has received a letter from Lord Knollys stating that the King recognises the importance of building a cathedral for Liverpool, and will give favourable consideration to the request to lay the foundation stone of the great edifice, which is soon to be undertaken. Lord
November 12, 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
'o -night's Doings. THE DAILY MIRROR.

'o -night's Doings. THE DAILY MIRROR.

December, in aid of the Warneford, Leamington, and South Warwickshire General Hospital. All the principal places in the neighbourhood are to be represented. Among those helping Lady Hertford are her daughters, Lady Victoria de Trafford and Lady Jane Seymour; Lady Leigh and Mrs.
November 12, 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MILLINERY.

MILLINERY.

"THE NEW FUR TIE," of finest Ermine Skins, about 2/ yards long. Can be worn knotted, as illustration, or open. 'Prices, 91 to IS Gns. The same shape in Grey Squirrel from Finest Moleskin from Mink from ... ... " Imi " Seal from ... 69/6 98/6 ... 11,1 Gns. 55/6 The same shape, sh
November 12, 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR.

THE DAILY MIRROR.

merely nominal sum which every competitor subscribes as entrance-fee. THE CASH PRIZES. Every reader who wishes to join in the Tournament must send us full name and address (not for publication, unless desired), the nom de guerre (if any) which it is intended to assume, a copy of
November 12, 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England