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MINESWEEPER SUNK.

MINESWEEPER SUNK.

Disaster Off the Yorkshire Coast Thirty-five Survivors Landed. The Admiralty announces that whilst laying buoys H.M.S. Penarth struck a mine off the Yorkshire coast at 2 p.m. on Tuesday and sank. Already thirty-five survivors have been landed in the Tyne and trawlers are engaged
February 6, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
STRIKE -SPARKLETS.

STRIKE -SPARKLETS.

Mr. Bowerman's Protest.—Mr. C. W. Bowerman, M.P., secretary of the Trades Union Congress Parliamentary Committee, said last night : For unofficial bodies to attempt to step in between the responsible trade union officials and the Government Department not only creates a difficul
February 6, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SEND THEM TO RUSSIA!

SEND THEM TO RUSSIA!

How I would deal with our Bolshevists. r.
February 6, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
And the public is a moderately sound judge. It doesn't want to prejudice a quarrel since right may be on

And the public is a moderately sound judge. It doesn't want to prejudice a quarrel since right may be on

either side. It does - object to being always the prone victim of the constantly arising crops of industrial disputes. It objects to paying all the time—then, when it asks help from its own representdlives, to be told "Nothing doing! "—that is all. The strikes are not over. One
February 6, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
A BORN RULER.

A BORN RULER.

Ho once thought to turn the Germans from the evil of their ways. It was . like " biting on granite," the President of the Reichstag replied. And in a famous speech at Baltimore Wilson owned himself a late convert to force—" in this hour of utter disillusionment." As Chancellor,
February 6, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
• ée MSi k' heir, and' his fiane , TO BE Lord Glanus sO. Wilfred Bail - ey, D., S

• ée MSi k' heir, and' his fiane , TO BE Lord Glanus sO. Wilfred Bail - ey, D., S

. , V era Dugdale. MARRIED THIS MONT HS A new portrait of Colonel the Hon.i
February 6, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
OUT OF UNIFORM PRO of her patients at the fancy dress ball given at the Exmouth V.A.D. hospital. Private Gregory,

OUT OF UNIFORM PRO of her patients at the fancy dress ball given at the Exmouth V.A.D. hospital. Private Gregory,

as an old-age pensioner, Won the prize for the most original costume. a t pp
February 6, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HOW THEY GOT TO BUSINESS. London The crowds were just as dense yesterday at the principal omnibus termini, and many

HOW THEY GOT TO BUSINESS. London The crowds were just as dense yesterday at the principal omnibus termini, and many

had to wait for hours. vehicles were again pressed into service, and even ambulances were used. PRETTY BRIDE. A new portrait of Mrs. Dear,. don, whose marriage to Dr. H. •Deardon has just taken place in Variou3 .. : - . 4. Two young girl workers get a lift on a lorry A queue, fi
February 6, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MYSTERY OF

MYSTERY OF

Digging Continued at Kil- burn House. MISSING STEPMOTHER. Canal Dragged at Points--Second Child in Safety. . The police search of the house at 12, Pembroke-place, Kilburn, where the skeleton of a girl of sixteen was found beneath the kitchen floor, was continued 'yesterday. Two
July 28, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ORKSHIRE STRIKE

ORKSHIRE STRIKE

Mr. W. Bu Lindley, Chief Co table of Leeds, ath has just i lfie ounced. AUSTRIA TRIE'S V CHANGE OF FOREIGN Vienna's Move to Gain Easy Peace Terms—Dr. Renner Appointed. From Vienna it is reported that Herr Bauer, the Austrian Foreign Minister, has suddenly resigned, says an Excha
July 28, 1919 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England