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February 24, 1014

February 24, 1014

24 February 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
E9TABMSHFD YEARS. Phone 3.4J8 Urgent. NO FEES OR EXPENSES ANY DESCRIPTION. £lO,OOO ADVANCED to LADIES UEN- on SIMPLE NOTE HAND.

E9TABMSHFD YEARS. Phone 3.4J8 Urgent. NO FEES OR EXPENSES ANY DESCRIPTION. £lO,OOO ADVANCED to LADIES UEN- on SIMPLE NOTE HAND.

REPAYMENTS ARRANGED to emt CLIENTS own CONVENIENCE. HAVING BEEN ESTABLISHED 40 YEARS, I ENJOY REPUTATION SECOND NONE lor FAIRNESS In ALL MY DEALINGS, end here HUNDREDS TESTIMONIAIS Hurt EFFECT BUSINESS ARRANGED hj POST if PREFERRED. BILIS end POST DATED CHEQUES DISCOUNTED. BUSIN
24 February 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DAILY BARGAINS. Dr asm.

DAILY BARGAINS. Dr asm.

A BABY'S Lour OlollM. 8.1-80 iU : high-class entirely complete Layette; ideal home work; materials soft, pure and good; wonderfully beautiful cheap: l*arg«in of loveliness; instant approval.—Mm. Wilfrid Max. The Chase. Nottingham. A Trousseau.- nightdresses, knickers, chems . pe
24 February 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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COPIES PER DAY. MR. PELS, THE MILLIONAIRE SOCIALIST, DEAD: HIS BACK-TO-THE-LAND SCHEME i>tt,ige> ; 3s. ti.J, week Mayland Men at work the Mayland colony Mr. Joseph Pels. Mr Joseph Kels, the American millionaire manufacturer and Socialist, has died in America, His hohhy was land
24 February 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Private Menageries 1 have received reader who is deeply communication from interested in the establishment of private raenaßcries round the

Private Menageries 1 have received reader who is deeply communication from interested in the establishment of private raenaßcries round the

country. The Duchess of Marlhoroußh, who lias private collection of wild animals of her own, is, am told, interested in the movement. There are several established The Mir'iKiroimh, already Knßland, hut personally I cannot think that the roaring of jungle beasts and the laughing
24 February 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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27 March 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CAN YOU SPEAK

CAN YOU SPEAK

IN PUBLIC? An Indispensable Guide t Public Speaking, one man the chance of . speech affords the opportunity . enhance'! reputation: to ata.th, ■ nothing hut danger. 1- or t! .. who stutters and stammers, • ~ sits tlown after a speech p, , i,,,|| consist ni; of ■■urns'’ am! ■ ,.
27 March 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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27 March 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Mrs. I ’.l'p.it i : ret lr«Mi Mr i-. K.

Mrs. I ’.l'p.it i : ret lr«Mi Mr i-. K.

27 March 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TO-MORROW’S ’VARSITY BOAT RACE: THE T

TO-MORROW’S ’VARSITY BOAT RACE: THE T

Hurdekin (N Horsfall No. 4) - •i- m« Pitman i'troki) ( anihi off for prartii .tml)i id>;c, who arc very have been favourite- all loui'c from Putney to Mortlake. l lu''pom nit- are of tin u~. «k.V w iN 1 'm Klv. G. K. Tower i' strok for the boat rare, pl.n who have had the. benef
27 March 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England