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“UP THE POLE.” How wirolc'S" m.i'l- arc installed. The man rises with the work, Imlting halt sections pressed steel together

“UP THE POLE.” How wirolc'S" m.i'l- arc installed. The man rises with the work, Imlting halt sections pressed steel together

as it elimhs. It is one of the world's tallest , and is being erected the island ol Oahu. 1 1» i i rm iH*i ft'’ i/| m
19 February 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Prim William of W leaving hi-? hotel where he lunched it a living vi-dt to Lon

Prim William of W leaving hi-? hotel where he lunched it a living vi-dt to Lon

19 February 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ALBANIA’S RULER IN LONDON.

ALBANIA’S RULER IN LONDON.

19 February 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
lO GOOD HEALTH TALKS The Essentials of your Food WHY DO WE EAT? To supply material necessary for producing bone,

lO GOOD HEALTH TALKS The Essentials of your Food WHY DO WE EAT? To supply material necessary for producing bone,

muscle, blood, and to create that energy which is our very life. What •-hou'tl eat ? Careful thought in select ng our diet means more to our general health and fitness than almost anything. Our food should be n so as to minim se the strain upon the digestive organs, hir food sho
19 February 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CARDIFF

CARDIFF

THE DISCOVERIES OF THE CENTURY. RADIUM v. CANCER. EAUZATE v. RHIiUMAYiSM Tt is nothing less than extraordinary the numbc of people who arc suffering the prt from rheumatism, gout, latiia, trouble', and. v» hat is worse, epidemic is growing. The malic speciu.;it, I>r. E. Hay rece
19 February 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WITH CAPT. SCOTT in the ANTARCTIC.— » Herbert G. Pouting at Philharmonic Hall. Great Portland-et. Twice daily, 3 and 8

WITH CAPT. SCOTT in the ANTARCTIC.— » Herbert G. Pouting at Philharmonic Hall. Great Portland-et. Twice daily, 3 and 8

15. Thrilling Story; Unique Pictures Is. ss. 3003 Mayfair.
19 February 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
AVIARIES, POULTRY AND PETS. BURGLARS and Tramps.—Ma{. Police dogs, supplied police, are best preventives; from 4Kns., pups 2gns.—Maj. Richardson. Grovend.

AVIARIES, POULTRY AND PETS. BURGLARS and Tramps.—Ma{. Police dogs, supplied police, are best preventives; from 4Kns., pups 2gns.—Maj. Richardson. Grovend.

Harrow. Tel. CANARIES, every variety, cheapest; British birds, talking parrots etc ; list free.—Rudd. Specialist, Norwich.
19 February 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE LONDONS OKLATEST ATTRACTION. Between 8,000 and 10,000 at "The Daily Mirror Latest Demonstration. What was London'a urcatent attraction yesterday

THE LONDONS OKLATEST ATTRACTION. Between 8,000 and 10,000 at "The Daily Mirror Latest Demonstration. What was London'a urcatent attraction yesterday

? out* «ouM h.i\e been in <l>nibt about al> , i »I I,MOO Between 8,000 and 10,000 people j' pre>t*nt. ii<l view 0- ihf let Hirer’s l..M.>e Ktsli
19 February 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
82 WEDS 72 AT HUNTINGDON

82 WEDS 72 AT HUNTINGDON

A bride and bridegroom whose united ag:cs total 154 They are Mr. Fielden, axed esghty-two, bachelor, and Mrs. King, aged seventy-two, and they aro seen leaving the church after their wedding at Huntingdon. TODAY'S BRIDK AND HER DRESS. 1.0 -J ;i ami U, i' I. exquisite wfHing <lrr
19 February 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Don't Worry. DAILY

Don't Worry. DAILY

MIRROR
19 February 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England