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NEW YORK LIKE AN OVEN. America Gasps in the Blaze of a Merciless Sun. 100 PFA TIN A DAY. Sleepless

NEW YORK LIKE AN OVEN. America Gasps in the Blaze of a Merciless Sun. 100 PFA TIN A DAY. Sleepless

Crowds Travel All Night in Search of a Breeze. The spell of hot weather which has lasted for a fortnight in America reached its climax on Tuesday, when the thermometer recorded 100 deg. in many parts - of New York. So terrible was the heat that a Central News correspondent estim
20 July 1905 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TELL-TALE. COCKATOO.

TELL-TALE. COCKATOO.

Screams from a cockatoo and the vigilance of a Mrs. Emma Crow led to Henry White, a cook, being sentenced to four years' penal servitude and three years 'police supervision at Clerkenwell Sessions yesterday. Two ornaments and a revolver were stolen from Mr. Marshall, of Wilmot-s
20 July 1905 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ROUGE CROIX WINS AT LAST.

ROUGE CROIX WINS AT LAST.

The King and the Duke of Devonshire went down to the end of the enclosure to the further winning post, to see the race for the Zetland Plate, in which the Duke's colours were carried by Commune. Rouge Croix was the big market order, his backers apprehending most danger from Isle
20 July 1905 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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Indeed, one cannot help wondering why the Shah is so frequently attracted from these pleasant retreats. He often seems sufficiently gloomy in the West. When he last came here he withdrew, soon after hip arrival, to his room, called for a piano, and sat Playing a melancholy waltz
20 July 1905 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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20 July 1905 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR.

THE DAILY MIRROR.

27 May 1905 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MR. ARNOLD-FORSTER'S ACTION.

MR. ARNOLD-FORSTER'S ACTION.

I believe it is practically arranged that as soon as the information is forthcoming, the Front Opposition Bench will press the Government •to give an early day for a full discussion of the whole matter, and insist upon the names of all the offending firms being immediately remov
17 March 1905 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
disturbe'd. Safe.—G. CAMlLLE.—Victoria Station at 12.30. MISSING.—ShouId this reach the eye of anyone who wishes to reach a friend or

disturbe'd. Safe.—G. CAMlLLE.—Victoria Station at 12.30. MISSING.—ShouId this reach the eye of anyone who wishes to reach a friend or

relative, who has disappeared abroad. in the Colonies, or in the United States, let him advertise in the " Over-Seas Daily Mail.' which reaches every town in the whole world where any English-speaking person is to be found. Specimen copy and terms on application to Advertising D
27 February 1905 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR.

THE DAILY MIRROR.

SIR FRANK BURNAND, The guest of the evening at the Jubilee dinner of the Amateur Dramatic Club at Cambridge. Sir F. aurnard, known to everybody as the genial editor of "Punch," was one of the founders of the club.— (Russell.) again, that you are going to deliberately set yoursel
27 February 1905 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SWEETS FOR THE SWEET.

SWEETS FOR THE SWEET.

Most little boys and girls are allowed to eat chocolate now and then in carefully-regulated quantities by their parents, and those who ask for Peter's Milk Chocolate when choice is given to them will find out how wise they have been. For it is a delicious sweet, and the most nou
27 February 1905 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England