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By MRS. ERNEST AMES. Author of "The Tremendous Twins," etc. 3s. 6d. Tim is a little boy, and the Dusty

By MRS. ERNEST AMES. Author of "The Tremendous Twins," etc. 3s. 6d. Tim is a little boy, and the Dusty

Man is the man who comes every twenty-four hours to call boys and girls to bed. One night he takes Tim for a ride to the North Pole. What Tim sees there Mrs. Ames tells in her characteristic manner with both pen and pencil. THREE HUNDRED GAMES AND PAS.- TIMES, or, What shall w d
December 12, 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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4 to 6/ each. THE CHILD'S ARABIAN NIGHTS, By W. HEATH ROBINSON, Author of "Uncle Lubin." 3s. 61. The GRAPHIC says :—" This is just the book for a Christmas gift, with its bright coloured illustrations." It consists of several of " The Arabian Nights " tales, put into simple langu
December 12, 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
IDEAL SERVANTS AND THEIR REWARD.

IDEAL SERVANTS AND THEIR REWARD.

There is a society in Vienna entitled the Blue Cross, which suitably rewards domestic servants who remain long periods in the service of their masters. On the occasion of the fifty-fifth anniversary of the Emperor's accession to the throne a festival was arranged, and seventy se
December 12, 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
A " PHILO-HIPPIC " SCHEME.

A " PHILO-HIPPIC " SCHEME.

Pity for over-laden horses has induced two ladies to buy a light motor traction engine, the use of which is free to drivers ascending the hills round Norwood. The scheme was mentioned yesterday by Surgeon-Major Poole at a meeting of the Church Society for the Promotion of Kindne
December 12, 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
RACING AT SANDOWN PARK. A GRATEFUL MAN'S DONATION.

RACING AT SANDOWN PARK. A GRATEFUL MAN'S DONATION.

The first donation from the Transvaal to the Bible Society's Centenary Fund is the sum of 12s. 6c1., which has been contributed under unusual circumstances. A prisoner Who had been in gaol at Johannesburg for his first offence, on being liberated made his way to the Bible Depot.
December 12, 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

CLOTHIER--BROWN.—On the 10th inst., at Brompton Oratory. Henry W. Clothier, of H.M. Dockyard, Portsmouth, to Emily Margaret Brown (widow of the late Lieutenant H. G. Brown, Indian Army, Malwa Bhil Corps), daughter of Richard Preston Brunton, of Bombay. HAY DEN-4500D.—0n Dec. 9.
December 12, 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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No. 36.- POUDING SANS-SOUCI. By Mr. ANTOINE MOISY, Chef Kensington Palace Mansions Restaurant. Ingredients :—Four ounces butter, four ounces sugar,

No. 36.- POUDING SANS-SOUCI. By Mr. ANTOINE MOISY, Chef Kensington Palace Mansions Restaurant. Ingredients :—Four ounces butter, four ounces sugar,

nine whites of eggs, nine yolks of eggs, 4 ounces peeled apples, three ounces cornflower. Cream the butter and sugar in a basin adding gradually the yolks of eggs. Put it on the fire and stir vigorously with a wooden spoon till the cream will cover the spoon lightly. Beat the wh
December 12, 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England