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February 11, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FRESH FISH

FRESH FISH

Hr, Iff. KNOTT, of Grimsby, one ol the pioneers of the Direct Supply System and Founder of the STANDARD FISH COMPANY. THE DISCOVERIES OF THE CENTURY. RADIUM v. CANCER. EAU2ATE v. RHEUMATISM. It is nothin/; less than extraordinary the number of people who arc suffering at the pre
February 11, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MANCHESTER

MANCHESTER

(For the Races) CLASS FARES One Day, Two Day 16/-. First Class Fares Double Third, SATURDAY, February 21st, HALF-DAY TRIP to BIRMINGHAM. W O LVE RHAMPTON. COVENTRY, LEAMINGTON, and WARWICK. For Particulars Train Service and Special Travel Facilities, etc., apply any L. & N. W. S
February 11, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PULL NAME

PULL NAME

FULL ADDRESS
February 11, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
1 I.V Mr. illrr Ho. I ill I.ll)»*r .niu* iil I'nionist Mr. W.illcr Lon-' lli.il : - rt- llonu* Kule

1 I.V Mr. illrr Ho. I ill I.ll)»*r .niu* iil I'nionist Mr. W.illcr Lon-' lli.il : - rt- llonu* Kule

Mr. Long demol tli.it there u hlufT on i I , | h. **| • I l»e kj, long was f Sir MR. ASQUITH'S PROMISE hiiily in Th» C'.oyprnrr .. 2 The Pn-re M;r l’nioni«»t4i riropo-als 5 would t the fear -f undertook .submit to 4. heap financial id worked before the Horde Role Bill the reshap
February 11, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LONDON RAILWAY MISHAP.

LONDON RAILWAY MISHAP.

Kngine which became derailed while cro-.sing the railway bridge near the Borough Market yester day. 'ldle mishap held the traffic for some time. interested crowd gathered beneath the bridge, though they but little {Hailv Mirror aph.) A'. "'; >• & \
February 11, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MARRIED MR. HARDY

MARRIED MR. HARDY

The Rev. R. Drown, virar of St. Andrew s. Knti'dd, who performed the ceremony at the wedding of Mr. Thomas Hardy and Mis') l)uj»dale. DEATH OF A JUDGE. J His Honour Wightman Wood, of the I.cicestcrshire Circuit, who died yesterday at the of sixty-seven. He his rowing colours at
February 11, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Page GREAT ENGLISH NOVELIST WEDS. 'Mr. Thomas Hardy's Romantic Mar riage to His Secretary. THE SCOTT WESSEX. Mr. Thomas Hardy,

Page GREAT ENGLISH NOVELIST WEDS. 'Mr. Thomas Hardy's Romantic Mar riage to His Secretary. THE SCOTT WESSEX. Mr. Thomas Hardy,

the greatest of living novelists and the last the Victorian literary giants, was married yesterday Knfield Miss Florence Emily Dugdalc, who has been acting his secretary. The bridegroom is in his seventy-fourth year. Miss Dugdalc is the daughter Mr. Edward Dugdale, who has been
February 11, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HEROINES’ BEAUTIFUL NAMES.

HEROINES’ BEAUTIFUL NAMES.

The inventor that wonderful country of romance, Wessex, Thomas Hardy has lived for many vears past in the heart of his own dominions til Max Gale. His work has many of those subdued and retiring qualities which characterise his personality, and it was not until he gave us a very
February 11, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
9(3 Well known Scenes No. 2 Beef Tea its best is always popular with boys at school. They particularly like

9(3 Well known Scenes No. 2 Beef Tea its best is always popular with boys at school. They particularly like

that delicious, stimulating beef tea which you can make in moment with igoral Cubes and boiling water. [DIWIWC !>UtLIC^SCHOqT
February 11, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England