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A THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY.

A THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY.

If a criticism tends to poison any man's creative faculty, let him console himself by this thought : the masterpiece of God, the universe itself, has not by any means always been favourably treated by the Press.—Ludwig Fulda.
June 20, 1907 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
June 20, 1907,

June 20, 1907,

June 20, 1907 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Tmck.

Tmck.

April 11, 1908 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GREY FRIARS.

GREY FRIARS.

YESTERDAY'S RACING RETURNS. STOCKTON. 2.O.—EAGLESCLIFFE T.Y.O. PLATE. Four furlongs. —SISTER VERONICA FILLY (8 to 1, Hughes), 1; ELORINA COLT (8 to 1, Win. Griggs), 2; BEAUTIFUL EVE (3 to 1, Wheatley), 3. Also ran: Ada Fox filly, - Scornful, Maid of Money filly, Capital Shot fil
April 11, 1908 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PLOT TO BLOW UP WHOLE COUNCIL

PLOT TO BLOW UP WHOLE COUNCIL

ST. PETERSBURG, Friday.—The arrests of milttary clerks in St. Petersburg have revealed a plot to blow by means of bombs the whole Military Council, including the Minister of War, at the weekly sitting.—Reuter. effect is produced when they are reduced one-halfthat is, one-half in
November 2, 1907 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
£7,500 FOR LOMA N U:-,LMPLCYED.

£7,500 FOR LOMA N U:-,LMPLCYED.

IST DEFEAT AT ELECTIONS. pal Contests Take Place ngland and Wales. N COUNCILLORS. municipal elections took place in Wales yesterday. The features were cted on the Socialist and Labour return of a number of women can- :ort was made by the Socialists to ember of their representati
November 2, 1907 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Drexel are expected to do a good deal of entertaining at Philadelphia this autumn, as well as in New York, and Mr. Drexel is leaving almost immediately for America. Lord Herbert Vane-Tempest and Mr. Jacob Astley are going out with him.
November 2, 1907 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PITY THE POOR STATUES:

PITY THE POOR STATUES:

May I ask why it is that our public statues have to be so frequently " restored "? At intervals they are enveloped in unbecoming green boards and some mysterious process goes on which takes weeks, and results in their looking much as they did when it began. The monument in Water
November 2, 1907 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ford-road, South Woodford ; and N. G. Shephard, aged fourteen, 39, Broad-green, Wellingborough. In anticipation of November 5 you will

ford-road, South Woodford ; and N. G. Shephard, aged fourteen, 39, Broad-green, Wellingborough. In anticipation of November 5 you will

see on this page to-day a picture of Guy Fawkes sitting on a bonfire. Paint the drawing, or colour it with chalks, children, as well as you can, and send the result in to the Children's Corner, Daily Mirror, 12, Whitefriars-street, London, E.C. For the four best contributions we
November 2, 1907 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HIS 1 E• I S

HIS 1 E• I S

COMPETITION : NO FEES We offer TEN BOOK PRIZES for the best " last line " to the following Limerick. The prizes are volumes from our popular BUTTERCUP LIBRARY, first-rate novels by well-known authors. All that competitors have to do is to send in their " last line ' by letter or
November 2, 1907 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England