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THE HIGHEST BIDDER .7AVRBE's

THE HIGHEST BIDDER .7AVRBE's

THE HIGHEST BIDDER WHO'S WHO IN THE STORY. evirnßO.» young and pretty girt, who, froth motives of duty. marries JEFFRY STAFFOkD. a strong. determined man to whom LAURIE ROSS. Mer , 's brother. if; under consider. able financial obligations ALLISON LEE. Meg's closest friend She is
January 9, 1920 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HAMMETT FOR ENGLAND.

HAMMETT FOR ENGLAND.

The Newport correspondent of the Exchange states that Eric Hammett, the Newport three-quarter back, who has been chosen for both England and Wales in the international Rugby match at Swansea on January 17, has decided to play for England.
January 9, 1920 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR.

THE DAILY MIRROR.

June 26, 1906 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ONE BULLET WOUNDS TWO EOLDIZRS.

ONE BULLET WOUNDS TWO EOLDIZRS.

Two privates in the Ist Royal Fusiliers were struck down by a bullet while engaged in battalion training at Newport, Isle of Wight, yesterday. The firing of blank cartridges was going on, when two men fell down, the same bullet passing through one man and breaking the other's ar
June 26, 1906 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
"BARRED" OSTRICH FEATHERS.

"BARRED" OSTRICH FEATHERS.

£200,000 Lost to Cape Colony Every Year Owing to Mysterious Defect in the Plumes. Although the ostrich feather exports from South Africa are on the increase, last year's returns being 471,7241 b., as against 443,8111 b. in 1904, ostrich farmers are becoming anxious at a mysterio
June 26, 1906 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PORPOISE HUNT AT TEDDINGTON.

PORPOISE HUNT AT TEDDINGTON.

Euge Animal suddenly Appears Among Pleasure Eoats, and Exciting Chase Takes Place. Holiday-makers on the river at Teddington last week-end had a most unusual and startling experience. Late on Sunday evening a terrific commotion was observed close to the lock. An enormous dark bo
June 26, 1906 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR.

THE DAILY MIRROR.

June 26, 1906 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LONDON AMUSEMENTS.

LONDON AMUSEMENTS.

ADELPHL—Manager ' Otho Stuart.—Every Evening, at 8.45, THE TAMING OF THE SHREW.. Preceded by the " Induction, at 8.20. OSCAR ASCHE, LILY BRAYTON. MAT. Wed. and Sat., at 2.16. Boxoffice 10 to 10. Telephone 2645 Gerrard. TVS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. Mr. TREE, TO-NIGHT and EVERY EVENING,
June 26, 1906 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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Lady Llangattock is to give a Primrose League party at her house in Rutland-gate this evening. This form of entertainment has become less usual during the last few years, the popularity of the League having diminished and its significance being no longer the same. To tell the tr
June 26, 1906 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WILTS RIFLE ASSOCIATION MEETING AT DEVIZES. _....... .............. .............. On the left, the Duke of Somerset is seen firing at

WILTS RIFLE ASSOCIATION MEETING AT DEVIZES. _....... .............. .............. On the left, the Duke of Somerset is seen firing at

the range, and on the right, the Mar- : =
June 26, 1906 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England