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FEB. 18, 1904

FEB. 18, 1904

February 18, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ALIEN HAS TO PAY HIS PRISON BILL.

ALIEN HAS TO PAY HIS PRISON BILL.

Israel Gadasky, an elderly Russian, has employed his time in this country in begging, with much profit to himself, for he had £39 lls. 11d. in his possession when arrested on Tuesday. The Thames Police Court magistrate sent him to three months' imprisonment yesterday, making an
February 18, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
This is a facsimile reproduction of the front the beginning of the war. The huge type u: ten times the

This is a facsimile reproduction of the front the beginning of the war. The huge type u: ten times the

size page of the " New York Journal " announcing ;ed was specially made for the page exactly it is in our picture.
February 18, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SITUATIONS WANTED.

SITUATIONS WANTED.

Menservants. BUTLER; age 31; sft. 9in.; 4 years' 2 months' character. —Write U. 402, Bond-street Bureau, 45, New Bond. street, W. COACHMAN; married; no encumbrance ; town or country; age 40.—Write C., Bond-street Bureau, 45, New Bondstreet. W. COACHMAN; 14 years' reference.—Writ
February 18, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PRINCE SOLTYKOFF'S WILL.

PRINCE SOLTYKOFF'S WILL.

Disposition of an Estate Worth £36s,ooo—The Racing Stud. The late Prince Soltykoff has left the large fortune of £365,354. By his will he bequeaths to his friend Mrs. Elizabeth Bushell Clinton, of Chesterfieldstreet, Mayfair, all his jewellery and trinkets and £2,000, The Kremli
January 5, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
IN THIS COUPON

IN THIS COUPON

hearts are trumps, and South has the lead. Write down on the following form what you consider to be the correct play of the five tricks, taking full advantage of the known position of the cards. Underline the winning card of each trick. Trick I SOUTH, WEST. 4. I 1 5. No RTH. EAS
January 5, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BRIE GE

BRIE GE

will be added to
January 5, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR.

THE DAILY MIRROR.

as that of a stage villain. His head is always sunk on his chest. His arms are majestically folded. He was Napoleon, and he is Napoleon. Royal condescension alone permits him to play an inferior role. Nor is he the only member of this strangely mixed profession who has learnt to
January 5, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
AT H. C. RUSSELL'S.

AT H. C. RUSSELL'S.

In view of the fact that authorities from several lordly quarters are proclaiming the certain prevalence of small checks in fancY black and white mixtures in the near future , there is to be specially interviewed at this sale a certain coat and skirt costume, the former of three
January 5, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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January 5, 1904 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England