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|BuHU* •■ /:, , y ..at. J I'A ./?!| / «. There is an army of skilled workers behind the

firing line, including many farriers, who are kept busy all day long
22 September 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
A TMortiin FOR TO-DAY

A TMortiin FOR TO-DAY

TMortiin FOR TO-DAY K,, man doth safely rule but that hath learned gladly to obey.—Thomas Kcmpi*.
22 September 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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CERTIFIED CIRCULATION No. 4,010 Registered the G.P.O. a.> Newspaper Daily LARGER THAN THAT OF AUCiI’S
30 August 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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CERTIFIED CIRCULATION No. 3,831 JlegisU'rtKl at the C.P.O. a* Newspaper. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1916 Daily Mi LARGER THAN ANY OTHER PICTURE PAPER IN THE WORLD One Halfpenny
03 February 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PRINCE DEAD

PRINCE DEAD

toria’s third daughter aS'; .ij Prince Christian, known the Grand Old Man of the Koval Family, who died yesterday, aged eighty-six. He married Princess Helena, Queen Vic-
29 October 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PROFESSOR G HE

PROFESSOR G HE

PROFESSOR HE SEPTEMBER 20, 1917,
20 September 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MEN WHO ÜBLIC EYE. Lord Ga.nford (formerly The Ear of Meath, who r ,. Mr. Herbert Pike Pease. Mr. J.

MEN WHO ÜBLIC EYE. Lord Ga.nford (formerly The Ear of Meath, who r ,. Mr. Herbert Pike Pease. Mr. J.

A. Pease), who has hnquishmg (he of M.P.. who has been unaair’TSf* f vli member (un- the Church rnoualy elected president, in paid) the Claims Com- Army nearly twenty succession to Lord. Meath. ai«n France. rears service. iElliott and Fry.) 11
20 September 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
N*w CArton Comedy a

N*w CArton Comedy a

CArton Comedy Thk Chance.” prntlticed at th® Queeii'a last niglit, play in Mr. R. C. Carton's Iwst manner. It shows the evolution a selfish anil pleasure-loving youth into a man, anil mainly through the instrumentality mother-in-law. Primarily the play is a triumph for Miss Compt
20 September 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

HORNS REEF HEROES’ NEW ROLE. Twelve discharged sailors who fought at Horns Reef entertaining wounded soldiers at garden party at Hollymoor, Birmingham. They obtained permission from the Admiralty form a concert party and are now touring the music-halls. POSTHUMOUS M.C. Captain C
13 June 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
AT WCODINO*.

AT WCODINO*.

ANOTHER glaring instance of bad manners can found at almost every wedding, when crowd is seen outside the church, comprised people who have nothing whatever to do with the ceremony and, in fact, very often do not even know who is being married. They are there just to display the
13 June 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England