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AMUSEMENTS IN LONDON. Mi'-s Christine Silver, who is appearing with her company in “Doorsteps” at the Coliseum.- lElliott and Fry.)

AMUSEMENTS IN LONDON. Mi'-s Christine Silver, who is appearing with her company in “Doorsteps” at the Coliseum.- lElliott and Fry.)

THE DAILY MIRRqr DECEMBER 15, 1915 MEN IN THE WAR NEWS. The Maharajah of Kapurthala, who has just invested the sum of £20,000 the French War Loan. Vandyk.) Sergeant F. Chris t e y (Civil Service Rirics), awarded the D.C.M. He moved across the open with great coolness.
15 December 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TO CONQUER GERMANY LAST BIG COLONY. General Sir Horace Smith-Dorrien is to t ‘'"'. I omman d of the expedition

TO CONQUER GERMANY LAST BIG COLONY. General Sir Horace Smith-Dorrien is to t ‘'"'. I omman d of the expedition

in East Africa, thi only considerable German colony [eft onconii , are seen Sir Horace and the scene of his new activities, together with what was German' Africa. One by one they have been take suprtae command tK„ .„„„d iticsn XT oc*
15 December 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE KIND OF THING A GERMAN WOULD DO.

THE KIND OF THING A GERMAN WOULD DO.

perhaps, they will learn the reasons why pß , I : il’B ; Kl ■Hit C-■ BBKM# %Mm L mm? 8 r - ' - Vf 9 - i; 4 w nOfl'> - , wHMW w iWrr i !■ m niii lfi9^ l i BBln. 1 3?.' * - v - Tv 4kT rmtegaPy >r%; .• • ; *■ ww -« 1 »» ». » » ~', •* - Private houses and shop? in the occupied terri
15 December 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SERBIAN NON-COMBATANTS INTERNED. . Jf-GSi y ' ) , _,.. :> '" x { •' ~ v A., Serbian prisoners

SERBIAN NON-COMBATANTS INTERNED. . Jf-GSi y ' ) , _,.. :> '" x { •' ~ v A., Serbian prisoners

of war. of military age being removed to an internment camp. They, are guarded by German soldiers.
15 December 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Lord Barnard and the Timber.

Lord Barnard and the Timber.

hear in Whitehall that Lord Barnard has succeeded at last in getting the Government Committee on how to make the best use of our national timber, which he, among other great landowners, has long advocated The time 1 saw him he* pointed out tlie vast resources we possess in this
15 December 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
“Gee! I've Gone Deaf!**

“Gee! I've Gone Deaf!**

Following upon its enormous success in London twenty-four years ago, Frodigue*’ was piloted to the United States by Mr. Kdwin Cleary, the war correspondent. It met with a mixed reception there,” he says. Some people thought it was a religious play the Prodigal Son. One old man l
15 December 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
December 15, 1915

December 15, 1915

15 December 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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15 December 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
COMPULSORY SAVING.

COMPULSORY SAVING.

is stated that far reaching reconunenda tions are likely to be made by the committee which has been set by the Treasury consider the best means of bringing about economy among the working classes. The committee, under the chairmanship of Mr. Montagu, has got very quickly to work
15 December 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England