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THAT PEACE

THAT PEACE

1 ON A" DESERT ISLAND ! , , Mr. Lloyd George is reported as having said recently that "there were moments" when all associated with the tasks of this great war would like to fiy to the remotest of desert islands. No doubt. Cut would there be peace even there?—(Hy W. K. Haselden.
October 19, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Caused 12 years of Martyrdom. MRS. KIDD, 12 Victoria Road, South Bank, Middlesbrough, writes :—" Eczema on my hands and

Caused 12 years of Martyrdom. MRS. KIDD, 12 Victoria Road, South Bank, Middlesbrough, writes :—" Eczema on my hands and

arms and ulcers on my legs caused me martyrdom for 12 years. One doctor cauterised the ulcers, but they broke out again badly. I had been confined to my bed a month when I tried Cadum Ointment. The irritation stopped with the first dressing, and in a few weeks it completely cure
October 19, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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October 19, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
April 10, 1917

April 10, 1917

April 10, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
"DESERVED THE V.C."

"DESERVED THE V.C."

At an inquest on Sapper Horace Grey, a soldier who was killed in an explosion, it was stated that Sidney Blank, a fireman, went into the burning shed to rescue Grey. The air was full of poisonous fumes. The Coroner said Blank deserved the Victoria Cross.
April 10, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SAVE THE BABIES.

SAVE THE BABIES.

Cash 1 n d. Per an Price d Tin It is hoped to be able to supply Trade customers with a quantity of Nestle's Milk equal to their average monthly purchases of 1916 The 1111hlir ire to buy ,_ r ,, . olier in order 1(1 method of 'distribution.
April 10, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
There is evidence that this dug-out near Noyon was made by Russian prisoners in the 1 ;nds of the Germa

There is evidence that this dug-out near Noyon was made by Russian prisoners in the 1 ;nds of the Germa

(French lAN OF THE WOODS • • NWICK CASTLE
April 10, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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April 10, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SPORTS WHICH ARE

SPORTS WHICH ARE

"CARRYING ON." In a Quiet Way Everyone is Being Kept Alive. GREAT 80031 IN BOXING. Sport has been hit hard by the war, of course, but it is "carrying on," and will continue to do so even under additional difficulties. Nothing has kept up the spirits of our soldiers so much as th
April 10, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LIBIERTYs WASHING CRAM D AT SPECIAL. PRICES , READY .roWEAR ' DAY DRESS durable and 1 band hand-1,1 d •

LIBIERTYs WASHING CRAM D AT SPECIAL. PRICES , READY .roWEAR ' DAY DRESS durable and 1 band hand-1,1 d •

Collar7 P c n ulf:Tn ' d A VARIETY of Co!ourings. SIZES 134.34 141 in.rtecas. 3 5 / - _ PATTERN CARD With other designer. POST FREE Wll LIBERTY&CR, Pecan ST LONDON
April 10, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England