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UNEVEN BATTING IN TIIIKB TEST. England Dismissed for 23K. Despite Another Big Innings Hobbs. FINE HOWLING TAVLOK. In spite of

UNEVEN BATTING IN TIIIKB TEST. England Dismissed for 23K. Despite Another Big Innings Hobbs. FINE HOWLING TAVLOK. In spite of

a brilliant start, l.ngland, who batted first in the third Jest inalih at Johannes burg yesterday, only totalled -M, the batting after Hobbs was out being disappointing. South Africa made 12 for wicket, and then the game was stopped by bad light. The weather was glonuU'ly fine.
2 January 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BANDSMAN BLAKE’S GREAT VICTORY: THE DIXIE KID BEATEN Hl.ik'. i*..rnei a left rwiry Infighting. AT EVERY POINT. InfiKluinK. after splendid

BANDSMAN BLAKE’S GREAT VICTORY: THE DIXIE KID BEATEN Hl.ik'. i*..rnei a left rwiry Infighting. AT EVERY POINT. InfiKluinK. after splendid

contest, was declared the winner on points .ns present. [Oivly Uirrnr photographs.) Ts ' The Dixie Kid "-till holds on hM-* The Dixie Kid's favourite attitude during the fight K jU/Btr jjo^r/,5 , J- : wfcwwi Jr .i.^—iilii liM | iliiili p v ■ •• * ■ ■ ' t«; l| . . J a ■I ,yHr mmm
2 January 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
A MOTHER’S AND A FATHER’S GRATITUDE.1

A MOTHER’S AND A FATHER’S GRATITUDE.1

A MOTHER’S AND A FATHER’S GRATITUDE. Public Gift of 59,000 Large Bottles of LIQ FKIJTA.” It saves the life the infant and salvation for the old folks of M or M; in fact. It is the only cure for Chronic Bronchitis or Asthma. 59 TIMES BETTBK FOB COUCHS, COLDS, CATAKBH, ASTHMA, BBON
2 January 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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A Duff Arm Debutant* The Marchioness of • i Dufferin and Ava Marchioness Dufferin. spent Christmas at ri.indebove with Hariot Marchioness of Duf- terin and Ava. Her eldest daughter, Lady ])oris Blackwood, will be the most promising debutante of the season. This very pretty accom
2 January 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

JACK FROST IN PERIL. His Reign Threatened by Rise in Temperature—Week-End Hopes. Heal ice and real skating all over the country for the week-end ! There is just chance of it- if the weather does not turn warmer, as it threatens to do. Skating was enjoyed yesterday in the followi
2 January 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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OUR WONDERFUL A'

OUR WONDERFUL A'

getting 'Your, luggage on board STALE. BREAD AND BUTTEI THAT DELICIOUS MIXTUR.E OF WARM WATER,
2 January 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
It—must—be Bovril.

It—must—be Bovril.

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2 January 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
R. J.—ln rase letter mi&carriea. Tuesday next five. KIDDIE. Kighth, 2.30. Eleventh. 11.30, Victoria.-- Moses. AUGUST.— Hippy Now Year, been

R. J.—ln rase letter mi&carriea. Tuesday next five. KIDDIE. Kighth, 2.30. Eleventh. 11.30, Victoria.-- Moses. AUGUST.— Hippy Now Year, been

very ill; all my love ante. Never forget.—Z. MATINRE.—Letter sent. General. Maiden. Try and call goon. Very host love.—Your loving husband. XXX. THE "DAILY MID LADIES YEAR BOOK. invaluable to well-managed household, contains a mass of useful information; Is net. of all Bookstall
2 January 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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January 2, 1914

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