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December 31, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Daily Mirror

Daily Mirror

FIATIJUDAY, bECEMBER 31, 1916: A HAPPY OLD YEAR. ACERTAIN cruelty is always showti tai the Old Year—notit 1910, or whatever the date may be---as it lies dead or dyitig in Deetmber. We think we have got rid of it, forever, as we watch it fell and circle &Wit the Welt of Time, nev
December 31, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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~~. — saw» ? 4 O 6 p AT Pi . OPPORTUNITY. Highest Grade American Footwear A A • ON MONDAY NEXT, JANUARY 2nd, AT Personal Call recommended. Failing this WRI T E F 0 R CATALOGUE BAIt 1 PRICES. BRANCHES. Sent post free. / Ladies' Black • Men's Glace Kid . Glace Kid Ladies' Petite La
December 31, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LY MIRROR

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troubles upon his shoulders, it was pity and sympathy that had thrilled his heart. Only, here in the cab, when, like some lonely, repentent child, she had clung to him, the -ice round his. heart .had broken and melted, and he had spoken the plain, matter-of-fact truth. " You hap
December 31, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SOUTHERN LEAGUE MATCHES.

SOUTHERN LEAGUE MATCHES.

Except West Ham, all the leading sides in the Southern League are playing in London this aternoon. Swindon, at present at the top of the table, visit Sydenham, and, as the Palace are second on the list, a great game may be expected. If Swindon are beaten they will still retain t
December 31, 1910 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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CORONATION YEAR WHAT TO WEAR

CORONATION YEAR WHAT TO WEAR

is the prob'em that c :nfronts the Woman of Fashiln to-day
February 6, 1911 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Suit You to a Tea and to a breakfast, a lunch and a supper too—for there's nothing more delicious than

Suit You to a Tea and to a breakfast, a lunch and a supper too—for there's nothing more delicious than

Skipper Sardines. There's a " hurry-up-and-open-the-tin" character about Skippers, and an "order-another-tin-please" expression on the children's faces. Why not ? For it isn't often that anything which tastes so good—is so good for you. Every meal is a tempting meal, a welldiges
February 6, 1911 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TO SHUFFLE THEIR FEET 44 - Pri In Mr, Justice Darling's court the other day a stranger in the public

TO SHUFFLE THEIR FEET 44 - Pri In Mr, Justice Darling's court the other day a stranger in the public

gallery was asked to leave on account of his cough, the Judge observing that "the court is not a hospital." Most people seem to go to a law-court, however, thinking it a place for anything but law and listening. A few of the apparent - TO EAT IkJ NCI-1 q To COO A\ I I A Lit-110/
February 6, 1911 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
exchange for the tabs taken from one of the corsets and six Benny stamps. . . Needless to say, the

exchange for the tabs taken from one of the corsets and six Benny stamps. . . Needless to say, the

present wearers of the J.B. corsets Yvholinow of the offer are taking the opportunit,f afforded them and are making the chance known to their friends. The special merit of the J.B. corset is that it is fitted with special side springs which have the advantage of allowing the wea
February 6, 1911 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
£l,OOO FOR ls.

£l,OOO FOR ls.

We understand that Councillor W. H. Morgan, one of the miners' delegates, who was unfortunately killed in the Welsh railway accident, was a holder of one of the coupons contained in " The Daily Mirror Ladies' Year Book," and his widow, therefore, became entitled to Al,OOO, guara
February 6, 1911 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England