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POLITICAL LEADER'S DIVORCE.

POLITICAL LEADER'S DIVORCE.

The Supreme Court of Austria has confirmed the judgment of the court below dissolving the marriage of Herr Wolf, the former Pan-German leader in the Lower House of the Reichsrath, on the ground of misdemeanour on both sides. Herr Wolf was pronounced culpable on account of admiss
02 November 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THIEF DISSIPATES £lOO,OOO.

THIEF DISSIPATES £lOO,OOO.

One stormy night some time ago a thief broke into the house of a wealthy banker's widow at Rome, and stole £105,000 worth of Italian bonds. The thief, a young carpenter named Musso, has been arrested in Paris, where he had dissipated in extravagance all but £4,000 of the money.
02 November 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE AUSTRALIAN DERBY.

THE AUSTRALIAN DERBY.

NOV. 2, 1903. YESTERDAY IN PARIS. LAST NIGHT'S NEWS FROM THE
02 November 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MONEY ORDERS AND CHEMICALS.

MONEY ORDERS AND CHEMICALS.

Alfred Ernest Davies, giving an address at Maida Vale, London, was committed for trial at Spalding on Saturday for manipulating money orders. The prosecution suggest that 2s. money orders were by a chemical process altered to £lO. A spirit lamp, a photographic developing dish, a
02 November 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
IN A NURSE'S UNIFORM.

IN A NURSE'S UNIFORM.

An elderly woman, attired in the uniform of a nurse, has been victimising cottagers at Monks Resborough, who provided her with a week's board and lodging, in successive weeks, on the strength of plausible assurances. The police procured evidence of convictions for similar offenc
02 November 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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FREEING MAIDENHEAD BRIDGE.

FREEING MAIDENHEAD BRIDGE.

At midnight on Saturday there was a scene of intense enthusiasm and excitement on Maidenhead Bridge. The corporation have freed the bridge of tolls, and the occasion was celebrated in a remarkable manner. Mr. Joseph Taylor, of Eton, who is well known in the district for the part
02 November 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE OLDEST OMNIBUS DRIVER.i

THE OLDEST OMNIBUS DRIVER.i

In the birth-number of the Daily Mirror, with its realisation of enlarged interests and developments, there may fitly be recorded the retirement cif a man long associated with an old-time institution of London, which is itself rapidly undergoing transformation. Starting as a 'bu
02 November 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
A PoDala,r Armointment.

A PoDala,r Armointment.

The greatest pleasure is expressed in County Cork at the advent of the lovely Lady Beatrice Pole-Carew at Government House. Lady Beatrice and her sister, Lady Constance Butler, have a great deal of property in the south of Ireland, which they like to look after themselves, so th
02 November 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR.

THE DAILY MIRROR.

NOV. 2,1903 i
02 November 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Weddings, engagements, and otber Tersonal jSrews.

Weddings, engagements, and otber Tersonal jSrews.

WEDDINGS OF TO-DAY. eat —HO WARD.—On Oct. 31, at St. Peter's, ed -s quare, by the R ev . T. Wil s on Pickance, by the Rev. F. Leveson-Gower and the Sto rrs, Lt.-Col. Arthur Havelock Doyle, Surviving son of the late Sir Francis Doyle, B ar t ., to Miss Joyce Eth e ld re d i secon
02 November 1903 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England