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ARHIVHS FIT AND WELL. Excited and Pleased the Recepl.on by the English Crowd. CONFIDENT VICTORY. Carpcnticr has arrived in London,

ARHIVHS FIT AND WELL. Excited and Pleased the Recepl.on by the English Crowd. CONFIDENT VICTORY. Carpcnticr has arrived in London,

and had he been the President of the French Republic himself he could not have had a greater reception. who is anyone in the world of boxing was at Charing Cross to welcome one of the most popular athletes who ever came lo this country. But that side of the story toid in another
15 July 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
KEEP THIS RECIPE. “FUDROPS" JUNKET. {Fttdrojn Coloured Flavourinjt.) Warm half pint of mHli, add to It a tearpoonful of U

KEEP THIS RECIPE. “FUDROPS" JUNKET. {Fttdrojn Coloured Flavourinjt.) Warm half pint of mHli, add to It a tearpoonful of U

. half a toaspoonful of FUOROPS.” apricot or honoy. Whan tot. put a little whipnod cream top. ■' Fudrops ’* dolicions flarourings* are sold by all Grocers, etc. (64d. per bottle), by K. f. JAY and Co.. 222, Dover-street. 8.E., post free, who will enclose gift recipe file for kit
15 July 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TOOTH-ACHE CURED INSTANTLY BY BUNTER’S Toolkackc, Headackr ■ad all Nerve Falaa rciaovcd Baaler'i Nerriac. AllCbmialil/li Prcveala Decay, bavea Bztractlea, Sleepless

TOOTH-ACHE CURED INSTANTLY BY BUNTER’S Toolkackc, Headackr ■ad all Nerve Falaa rciaovcd Baaler'i Nerriac. AllCbmialil/li Prcveala Decay, bavea Bztractlea, Sleepless

Nigkla Prereated. NERVINE “As a tfyeciHc for toothache it has no equal. have used it successfully for years.' *—Pr» . W. Wi toa. M.D.
15 July 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR, Jalj IS. 19! 4. T'A Till? Please Order Extras of Friday's "Daily Mirror," containing; “Carpentier r. Salih"

THE DAILY MIRROR, Jalj IS. 19! 4. T'A Till? Please Order Extras of Friday's "Daily Mirror," containing; “Carpentier r. Salih"

IU inE Photographs. THERE WILL I|E A BIG DEMAND FOR THIS ISSUE.
15 July 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

* They’ve taken it on their holiday i* A if IsS*tk 1 4V \ j, '—*r | WBjSBm A^ia|KS?WR
15 July 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Stolo tho Labol.

Stolo tho Labol.

So do other laws, so a friend who has just returned from Japan tells me—copyright laws in this case. One of our best-known whisky firms is unable to sell its whisky in Japan because a wily native distiller got in first, stole the English label in its entirety, registered it his
15 July 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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15 July 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
L BOX OF I %nvgujy fJRSTAiD equipment EVER DKVISEP- Nothing, Healing . “m«»| Zam-Buk Balm is never sold from door

L BOX OF I %nvgujy fJRSTAiD equipment EVER DKVISEP- Nothing, Healing . “m«»| Zam-Buk Balm is never sold from door

door. Beware of worthless imitations!
15 July 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
July 15, 191 i

July 15, 191 i

15 July 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ICE AND SNOW IN DAYS OF FIRE. Christmas Workers Busy with Barrels of Toy Frost. DREAMS OF WINTER. Poet Perspirina

ICE AND SNOW IN DAYS OF FIRE. Christmas Workers Busy with Barrels of Toy Frost. DREAMS OF WINTER. Poet Perspirina

Over Rhymes About Yuletide Weather. A Christmas card poet sat at his desk yesterday working fever heat. At his elbow was block of ice—the desk in front of him was scattered with little poems about bleak winter’s icy frost and cold.” ‘‘Heaven help me,” muttered, he started on the
15 July 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England