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PICTORIAL

PICTORIAL

19 January 1919 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
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19 January 1919 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
PLENTY OF MARMALADE.-A "s wick-girl," who took part in protest parades in London ye day. They took care to march

PLENTY OF MARMALADE.-A "s wick-girl," who took part in protest parades in London ye day. They took care to march

the Ministry of Food.
19 January 1919 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
MEETING OF STRIKERS.—Upwards of 1,000 hands have "downed tools" at an aerodrome near. Hitchin, the dispute having arisen out of

MEETING OF STRIKERS.—Upwards of 1,000 hands have "downed tools" at an aerodrome near. Hitchin, the dispute having arisen out of

an alleged statement that a one-armed .discharged man, Mr. J.: Clarke (inset), 'was only employed out of . '" charity."--(Exclusive to the Sunday Pictorial.) F: l ' . . 3
19 January 1919 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
VAGE 10

VAGE 10

19 January 1919 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
7ANTJARY n, 1919

7ANTJARY n, 1919

19 January 1919 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
Tue, Mr. new shed the tra,-

Tue, Mr. new shed the tra,-

19 January 1919 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
PASSPORTS FOR INDIA.

PASSPORTS FOR INDIA.

'The India Office says: Nobody over fifteen years of age will be permitted to land in India, unless in possession of a valid passport issued. or vise by a competent British authority.
15 April 1917 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
BOLIVIA BREAKS OFF.

BOLIVIA BREAKS OFF.

Bolivia is the latest South American Republic to take action against Germany. A Reuter message from La Paz says : Bolivia has handed the German Minister his passports, together with a Note declaring diplo- Alatio relations severed.
15 April 1917 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
The Vehicular Flirt. An applicant for National Service stated that she was fond of animals and might like motorcars. The

The Vehicular Flirt. An applicant for National Service stated that she was fond of animals and might like motorcars. The

question, however, is, could she work up an affection for hansom-cabs ? * * * Verbal Flag-Wagging. May I suggest that we are rather overworking the term "`Victory "? We spoke of the Victory Loan. We read now about Victory Crops. Shall we, before long , eat Victory Swedes, drink
15 April 1917 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England