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of seem constitutionally incapable of the effort. We give up and under the moment we find oursslves drowning. I expect

of seem constitutionally incapable of the effort. We give up and under the moment we find oursslves drowning. I expect

the inability of some people paddle and churn till the trouble is over is largely temperamental. and that the congenital pessimist is just unable to change his joyless spots our dear old friend the leopard. One scer/s the pessimist from afar. His face assumes a tortured expressi
March 15, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Hie shadows of the long night—and they prefer to dwell in darkness. I even suspect that they derive a certain

Hie shadows of the long night—and they prefer to dwell in darkness. I even suspect that they derive a certain

pleasure from it—just as some bereaved persons hug their sorrow and refuse to comforted. To do so affords them a sort of dismal happiness. Nothing enrages your pessimist so much as hearing that anyone is snatching a moment’s harmless enjoyment these days. The mere mention of a t
March 15, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
.'IPs-' They say London is so dreary at present that they'd rather hack to the trenches. There's liveliness there, at

.'IPs-' They say London is so dreary at present that they'd rather hack to the trenches. There's liveliness there, at

all events.” A hitter, wintry smile of pitiful contempt 1* all that meets you for your pains. The pessimist knows better. I suppose we shall having a hig Zeppelin raid soon,” he suggests, sepulchral accents, “There seems nothing we can do to prevent it. No one seems to know who
March 15, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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March 15, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NORWEGIAN RED CROSS MEN IN THE VOSGES.

NORWEGIAN RED CROSS MEN IN THE VOSGES.

Norwegian Red Cross men, A SPRING DRESS. Miss Julia James wearing a liress of fine navy gaberdine, With the new tucked skirt, who arc on skis, dragging a wounded poilu across the snow on the sleigh. They are working in the Vosge=. • X f^’' ’ffl The pilot, Am. <-m >.~ «L r • I fo
March 15, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GALLIPOLI

GALLIPOLI

WITHDRAWAL HONOURS. \-m f L ,iga> i I i. Major H. E. Street General Sir Charles Monro, Major Harold Street and Major-General Sir John Davies have been admitted to the Order of St. Michael and St. George for distinguished services during the Gallipoli withdrawal. Sir C. C. Monro.
March 15, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BIG FRI

BIG FRI

4 ' The observer, The Salonika season is still Booming. In addition to the race meeting* the inhabitants have seen two captured Aviatiks. The second one contained Bulgar and a Prussian, who died of his wounds. The who brought it down have been decorated for their feat. wsy Me •'
March 15, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE BRIT

THE BRIT

H NAVY CAN’T BE BEAtEN EVEN ON THE FOOTBALL FIELD. l football match in which the Hercules team of Salonika, with a hid h unbeaten record, were defeated by 2 goals to 1 by a team from H.M.S. ——» The winners’ glory, as the t he exigencies of war, must blush unseen.
March 15, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR. MARCH 15, 1916

THE DAILY MIRROR. MARCH 15, 1916

March 15, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BIG FRENCH HOWITZER WORKS DESTRUCTION.

BIG FRENCH HOWITZER WORKS DESTRUCTION.

The observer The Salonika season is still booming. In addition to the race the inhabitants have seen two captured Aviatiks. The second one contained a Bulgar and a Prussian, who died of his wounds. The twqrrenchmen who brought it down have been decorated for their feat. THE BRIT
March 15, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England