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THE ELECTRIC PERIL.

THE ELECTRIC PERIL.

Scientist Deeares That the Danger Electrccution Is Increasing Daily. The danger of electrocution in the street increases daily. This was the startling pronouncement made by a well-known scientist to the Daily Mirror. Only on Saturday a man named John Brennan, residing at Dudley,
September 30, 1907 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PEACE IN SHIPBUILDING TRADE.

PEACE IN SHIPBUILDING TRADE.

There is every prospect of a peaceful settlement of the dispute in the shipbuilding trade being arrived at, the second vote of the members of the Boilermakers' Society on the question of agreeing to the terms arranged at the Edinburgh conference last month having so far indicate
September 30, 1907 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Registered at the G. P. 0. as a Newspaper.

Registered at the G. P. 0. as a Newspaper.

March 5, 1908 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Page 3, THE KING VISITS THE PREMIER. His Majesty's Special Call at 10 1 , Downing-street. LONG STAY. Monarch and

Page 3, THE KING VISITS THE PREMIER. His Majesty's Special Call at 10 1 , Downing-street. LONG STAY. Monarch and

Invalid Chat for Three• quarters of an Hour. The King conferred a signal honour upon Sit Henry Campbell-Bannerman yesterday afternoon by paying him a personal visit at No. 10, Downing. street. It is the custom before the Sovereign leaves the country for him to receive the Premie
March 5, 1908 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
March 6 . , GUARDING THE DOWAGER EMPRESS. xtraordinary Police Precautions Mark Her Arrival In London. THE QUEEN'S GREETING. remarkable

March 6 . , GUARDING THE DOWAGER EMPRESS. xtraordinary Police Precautions Mark Her Arrival In London. THE QUEEN'S GREETING. remarkable

precautions were taken by the police yesterday both at Victoria Station and at Dover in connection with the arrival of the Dowager Empress connection with the arrival of the Dowager Empress tlarie of Russia, who has come to England as the guest of her sister, Queen Alexandra. Ma
March 5, 1908 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MR. CHAMBERLAIN DELIGHTED.

MR. CHAMBERLAIN DELIGHTED.

CANNES, Wednesday.—Mr. Joseph Chamberlain, who is staying here at the Villa Victoria, expresses - himself as delighted with his stay at Cannes, the climate of which, coupled with the absolute rest he enjoys, is particularly favourable to his health.—Reuter.
March 5, 1908 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. Mr. TREE TO-NIGHT and EVERY EVENING, at 8.50, THE BELOVED VAGABOND. By William J. Locke. Mr. TREE.

HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. Mr. TREE TO-NIGHT and EVERY EVENING, at 8.50, THE BELOVED VAGABOND. By William J. Locke. Mr. TREE.

Miss EVELYN MILLARD. Preceded, at 8.15, by Scenes from the Fairy Opera, HANSEL AND GRETEL. Miss Tree, Miss Alice Moffat, Miss Jessica Rayne. MATINEE (of both plays) EVERY SATURDAY, 2.15 and SPECIAL WEDNESDAY MATINEES, March 11 and 18. KINGSWAY THEATRE, Great Queen-street, Lessee
March 5, 1908 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NOTICE TO READER&

NOTICE TO READER&

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March 5, 1908 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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Sir Ernest Cassel and his daughter, Mrs. Ashley, will soon be leaving Egypt, and they are expected to go to Biarritz for several weeks, where Sir Ernest has a beautiful villa: With the arrival of the King at Biarritz, the season will be at its height, and many people intend stay
March 5, 1908 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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.>>< S.. ' Every Shrove Tuesday and Ash Wednesday an extraordinary football match has be played from time immemorial at Ashbourne, Derbyshire, the game lasting two days. T goals, known as " Upwards " and " Downwards," watermills, two miles apart, are situated
March 5, 1908 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England