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“LETTING IN” 1019. How London Will Celebrate the Advent of the New Year. HOTKL REVELS. A pleasant welcome to the

“LETTING IN” 1019. How London Will Celebrate the Advent of the New Year. HOTKL REVELS. A pleasant welcome to the

Peace New Year is being planned in the leading London hotels and restaurants. The demand for supper-tables has been enormous, and every hotel and restaurant manager reports Not single seat left.” At the Rita dinner in the Palm Court will followed by a dance, while those who dine
December 31, 1918 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

December 31, 1918 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SPIES’ €BB ESS CODE.

SPIES’ €BB ESS CODE.

SPIES’ ESS CODE. Did Hun Agents Give Away Positions of Troops in This Manner? The possibility of spies conveying information Germany by means chess problems the authorities anxious thought during hostilities. Chess experts are, however, sceptical. I am absolutely certain,” said M
December 31, 1918 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BRITISH CIVILIAN PRISONERS LEAVE BERLIN CAMP

BRITISH CIVILIAN PRISONERS LEAVE BERLIN CAMP

Getting their baggage away from the camp for the railway journey to freedom A partv released British prisoners at the railway station at Ruhlehen va v v v<•v ■ rj, mm... ' in *> . •».*<*s. . aE. Wgry - • ■ l. ■- j There were neter happier bands of Britishers than those who were
December 31, 1918 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
r.S. TROOPS (JO HOME.

r.S. TROOPS (JO HOME.

Having conveyed nearly 60 per cent, of the American Army to Eurt the British Government is now engaged in the repatriation of that army to America. Hince the signing of the armistice shipping for 45.000 has been offered to the United States, and 28.000 men have actually embarked
December 31, 1918 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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MANCHESTER’S DAY.

MANCHESTER’S DAY.

"Mandate of Humanity’ Devo- tion to Right the Bond.’’ Presiiknt Wilson anil Mrs. Wilson, who returned at 7.15 p.m. from Manchester yesterday, are returning to France to day; their train leaves Victoria at 0.15 a.in. The King and v )ueen, with Princess Mary, will accompany the di
December 31, 1918 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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December 31, 1918 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GESEKAL’S KETUIIN.

GESEKAL’S KETUIIN.

Brigadier-General Martyn Sails from South Africa to England. Brigadier-General Martyn sailed for England on Boxing Day afternoon, says a Reuter Capetown message He had requested to relieved of the South African Command on grounds of health. ■Universal regret is expressed at his
December 31, 1918 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
INGRATITUDE.

INGRATITUDE.

WHAT is the f<»r tl»<* la4-k <»f for " L.Ci.'s war work in tiiaiiy quarters? Even people who say they cloi)*i trust him might ut le;iHl recognise l»i» great serviees. And then they might also wait until definite for distrust appear. A. 11. M. Cambridge square, W.
December 31, 1918 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England