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MORE JOLLY ROGER CRAFT.

MORE JOLLY ROGER CRAFT.

GERMANS WORKING HARO ON SUBMARINES IN ANTWERP YARDS. Amstkhimu, Saturday The Antwerp oi>rre»i»>ndeiit the Telegraaf confirms the rejiort which he recently mads that the (iernians are huildiiiK snhrnarines in the dockyards at Hoboken, near Antwerp. Five hundred workmen from Kiel
14 March 1915 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
WRIGLEY'S

WRIGLEY'S

CHEWING GUM. bar. 5 bars 21d. Mammoth box of 40 bars 1/6. all coale7:lioners t tobaccomists,eltemi,4Bs a all I I nches of Roots rash RIGLEY'S, Ltd_ Lambeth Pa!ace Road, S.E. When buying Dog, Poultry & Cage Bird FOODS —be careful of fancy names. Some foods you think are SPRATT'S
20 August 1916 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
UNDAY• PICTORIAL

UNDAY• PICTORIAL

THE GREAT SUNDAY PICTURE NEWSPAPER. A SUCCESS. Miss Dorothy Hammond, who is playing Mrs. Pendleton in the successful " Daddy-Long-Legs." _._._ ___ ........................ A little rest on the beach. Printed and Published by SUNDAY PICTORIAL NEWSPAPERS. Ltd.. 23-29. Bouverie-str
20 August 1916 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
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20 August 1916 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS AND

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS AND

LEAGUE.-LANCASHIRE. Manchester City (h). 4 Rochdale Burnley (h) Stockport County (h). 1 Southport Central Liverpool (h) Stoke (h) Bury (h) Oldham Athletic Goal 3. P. W. L. D. F. A. Pts. Manchester City .23 14 6 3 48 30 31 Burnley Everton Stockport Blackpool Stoke Liverpool .....
06 February 1916 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
9,000 P ' ISO E'S 1 < GREAT FRENCH VERDUN VICTORY

9,000 P ' ISO E'S 1 < GREAT FRENCH VERDUN VICTORY

Bezonvaux Village Captured and More Good Progress Made in the Woods. 31 GUNS CAPTURED OR DESTROYED. Fine Progress of New British on Tigris— Nig"at Air Raid to Wreck Bridges. OUR FORCES CLOSE TO THE RIVER AT KUT. a GENERAL. NITZELL S. P triking . ther succes s es.s:t , were repor
17 December 1916 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
SUNDAY PICTORIAL

SUNDAY PICTORIAL

DECEMB 17, 1916. The Lure of Peace. AT the psychological moment, the Kaiser has sent forth the White Dove to see what can be done. It is a clever move. He has "had enough"; and, having got what he wants, he now hopes to make us believe that we want him to kOep it. There is a thr
17 December 1916 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
PEACE

PEACE

in six months' time, and we will see what you have to say then. Meanwhile, if you please, we will get on with the fighting. But now a word to you, dear mothers, wives and sisters—who are watching and waiting so wistfully for the return of your absent ones. All very well for us t
17 December 1916 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
SURRENDER CR REVOLUTION?

SURRENDER CR REVOLUTION?

So there is no need whatever for us to regard their proposal, whatever it may turn out to be, as a " take it or leave it offer. The arrogant. tone is a " try on." If it does not answer it will be modified; and the offer will be renewed. after a very short interval, in a very muc
17 December 1916 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
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17 December 1916 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England