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PERSONAL.

PERSONAL.

ALL success. Flo true and anxious you Smut. U. F. K --Disappointed. Am writing again, with address.— A HARROW girl >t pictarw. M.Tjßboiie. coming again. PUDDIT.-AH Mil. YMinla, »«l )»o. B, br»Te. Al«»n ready for reunion. HOPE Revived.—Ya:. derlin,, B»fe, thought forcottea. Ever
July 15, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SITUATIONS VACANT.

SITUATIONS VACANT.

A REPRESENTATIVE wanted *n important company; to nailable person the remuneration will be most liberal—Address A 129®. Daily Mirror. Boavene-st. E A’— Can yon sketch? If so, yon ran make money It.- • booklet, T. Howard, 11. R»d Uon-sq. W.C. Coerrs Shillin*. selle 3s. 6d.-«hopke«
July 15, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HUNS SHORT OF POTATOES.

HUNS SHORT OF POTATOES.

HUNS SHORT POTATOES. Amsterdam, Sunday. A Berlin telegram iu the Cologne states that the War Food Department confirms the fact that it will not be possible in all districts to maintain the 71b. per week potato ration.—Reuter. 1,058 MOKE HONOURS. Lady Sybil Grey and Miss Mary Boot
June 10, 1918 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
EVEN IF PARIS FEU.

EVEN IF PARIS FEU.

EVEN PARIS FEU. Speaking at Estoourt, South Africa, General Botha is reported by Reuter to have saith that the Allies are fighting against odds, but I believe in God, and will never allow righteous cause to fail. Even if Paris fell would not cease, because not surrender our faith
June 10, 1918 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
June 10, 1918

June 10, 1918

June 10, 1918 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FROM HAMILTON FVFE.

FROM HAMILTON FVFE.

( amp, Sunday.—There are at present no signs of the offensive between and Montdidier spreading to our front, nor are there any appearances suggesting that are to be immediately attacked elsewhere. It would be unwise, however, to conclude that the whole weight of the German effor
June 10, 1918 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HUN AFTER WAR FLAN.

HUN AFTER WAR FLAN.

Paris, Sunday.—The Reichstag will shortly discuss a Bill (says the Petit Parisien) providing for considerable increase of reserves after peace has been declared. 1 i|. I I '> ♦» Page
June 10, 1918 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WAY FOR THE WOUNDED

WAY FOR THE WOUNDED

LEYTONSTONE LADY’S KICK-OFF.” Hut Fund for Whipps Cross Hospital FOR GARRETT-ANDERSON MEMORIAL. students provided many attractive features. DOUBLE M.C.— Capt. W. Flack, Koyal Fusiliers, who twice won the Military Cross. He has uniortunalely died of wounds received in action. O.B
June 10, 1918 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PAST. PRESENT. FUTURE.

PAST. PRESENT. FUTURE.

TT was delightful to hear Mr. Asquith at his Acadejuio best in Oxford on Saturday. “The sweet city of youth and dream” is transformed sadly by the war. It is a hospital and a training camp. And, even before the war, it had become noisy; it had been hideously rebuilt; it had give
June 10, 1918 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
not porn.it of his taking up such an arduous job. It was only with great difficulty that was persuaded to

not porn.it of his taking up such an arduous job. It was only with great difficulty that was persuaded to

become Foreign Secretary, and he laid the task down gladly. Poor*. —For another thing, the rank and file of the Liberal:) would not stand a peer as leader, however able and distinguished. The rumourists may safely leave Lord Grey to his salmon fishing. With Future. —There is, ho
June 10, 1918 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England