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" Telephones create a great deal of trouble in a court of law," said the Judge at Shoreditch yesterday in

" Telephones create a great deal of trouble in a court of law," said the Judge at Shoreditch yesterday in

a case where an order was given over the telephone. "One never knows who is telephoning—the master or the servant."
1 September 1909 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THIS MORNING'S GOSSIP.

THIS MORNING'S GOSSIP.

THE week before Ascot is always a very busy one, and this year there is no exception to the rule. There are more dances, weddings, and functions of all kinds than society can cope with, and it is to be hoped that the weather will sufficiently improve not to interfere with outdoo
7 June 1909 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

7 June 1909 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
RUN AT NEWMARKET

RUN AT NEWMARKET

:Osik , 41.., second in the Craven Stakes— ran at New)•.t/-, ( 3 ) Finish of the Craven Stakes--(A) Royal was second favourite for the Derby. YESTERDAY. lIIN . , .. <; ~.... z .'~;`° Yesterday between Mr. Malise Gr (A) and Playfair (B). (2) Mr. J. Orr Ewin rtrait. e , ll , wife
17 April 1909 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CHAPTER XXIII.

CHAPTER XXIII.

About fire o'clock that afternoon Dennis King called at Vine-street Police Station and asked to see Crick. He was at once shown into the inspector's room. " Good-afternoon," said Crick. " You've come for more news, I suppose ; if so, I'm sorry to say I still have none." " No, in
7 June 1909 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
June 7, 1909

June 7, 1909

7 June 1909 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MINAL ON THE STAGE.

MINAL ON THE STAGE.

1 September 1909 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Everything for Every Home

Everything for Every Home

Many other advantages besides the actual cash conveniences have grown up with our Deferred Payments Systems. Buyers of so many different tastes and positions desire to .avail themselves of the gradual payments that we simply have to be ready to furnish coMpletely every4kind of h
7 June 1909 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NEWS BY TELEPHONE.

NEWS BY TELEPHONE.

Youth Charged with Attempting to Defraud London Newspaper Remanded. When a youth named George Cook was re• manded at Bow-street yesterday, charged with attempting to defraud the People newspaper of C 3 18s. by a trick, it was stated that he expected to receive letters from Reyno
17 April 1909 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DR.SSvd ATrousseau.—Nightdresses, Chemises. Knickers, Petticoats, Undervests, Camisoles, etc.; 24 articles, 255.; weekly payments.—Wood, 21, Queen-sq, Leeds. BABY'S LONG CLOTHES.-50 pieces,

DR.SSvd ATrousseau.—Nightdresses, Chemises. Knickers, Petticoats, Undervests, Camisoles, etc.; 24 articles, 255.; weekly payments.—Wood, 21, Queen-sq, Leeds. BABY'S LONG CLOTHES.-50 pieces,

215.; beautiful work; garments delightfully full; genuinely cheap; instant approval.—Mrs. Max, 16, The Chase, Nottingham. "WHINGE Nets, full size, any colour, Is. ld. dozen; hair dye, instantaneous and harmless, in all shades, is. ld.; real German razors, ls. id., post free.—J.
1 September 1909 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England