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" Daily Mirror" advertisers can have replies to their advertisements sent free of charge to the " Daily Mirror" Offices,

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a Box Department having been opened for that purpose. If replies are to be forwarded, sufficient stamps to cover postage must be sent with the advertisement. The Domestic Bureau which the " Daily Mirror" has opened at 45 and 46, New Bond Street, for the benefit of mistress and m
28 November 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SITUATIONS VACANT.

SITUATIONS VACANT.

THE DAILY MIRROR. NURSE wanted; accustomed to young baby; £2O; also Cook (good plain); £lB-20. — Mrs. Rogers, Court Lodge, Horton Kirby, Kent. NTUREIE; care of child of 4; wait on two ladies.—Write T. 91, " Daily Mirror, 45, New Bond-street. W. WANTED Experienced Children's Maid
28 November 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HOUSES WANTED.

HOUSES WANTED.

COTPAGE Property wanted, 5, 10, or 20 weekly houses. within 12 miles of Charing Cross; must be cheap; old or in bad repair not objected to; this is a genuine advertisement, and not an agent's.—Write Mr. Chilton, 7, Chatsworth-road, Brighton. 'WANTED to purchase, house and shop o
28 November 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DAILY BARGAINS.

DAILY BARGAINS.

HANDSOME Green Cloth Gown, threequarter coat, lined white satin, trimmed black and white silk embroidery; nearly new; 25, 43; £4 10s.—Write Z. 1326, Daily Mirror," 45, New Bond-street, W. LADIES' dainty blouse materials, new autumn colourings, flannelettes, dresses, etc , 42 yar
28 November 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TO KNIGHT W. G. GRACE.

TO KNIGHT W. G. GRACE.

Mr. A. E. Rendle, President of the Metropolitan Cricket League of New York, has inaugurated a movement for petitioning King Edward to confer a knighthood on Dr. W. G. Grace " for his services in inculcating the sportsmanship of the game among British youths."
30 November 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NOV. 30, 1903.

NOV. 30, 1903.

30 November 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Queen Alexandra at the Age of Nineteen. [Front a )

Queen Alexandra at the Age of Nineteen. [Front a )

Queen Alexandra at the Age of Nineteen. [Front a DRESS REHEARSAL FOR CHARITY. The Private View is going out. Is the Dress Rehearsal, as a social function, coming in ? Captain Basil Hood has had the happy idea of raising money for the Children's Hospital in Great Ormond-street by
30 November 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
bevy gold b gold buttons. These buttons were also ar- ranged discreetly on a bolero bodice which c showed a

bevy gold b gold buttons. These buttons were also ar- ranged discreetly on a bolero bodice which c showed a

tiny vest of antique gold brocade. Abundant white frills ap- - peared beyond the wide cuff. And a: I I tricorne hat of black moufflon, with a : - ACK MAYei“ drooping feather and a gold cord and tassel, was the millinery adjunct of a • quiet but elegant costume. Brown -, --3 . By
30 November 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Lady Doctor.

Lady Doctor.

AN ARTICLE OF INTEREST TO CLEVER WOMEN. By Mrs. BELLOC LOWNDES. HE girl who wishes to become a ladydoctor must remember that three things are essential to her success. If she be deficient in any one of them she had better abandon all thought of this interesting and noble profess
30 November 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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30 November 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England