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DOUBLE EVENT FOR TO-DAY.

DOUBLE EVENT FOR TO-DAY.

*MOLLY'S BIRTHDAY and COTTAGE MAIDEN. BO ERIE lIAY DOCK WINNERS AND PRICES. Race. Price. Winner. Jockey. Ea.rlstown Hurdle (10) . 6-1 String Reed White Lodge 'Chase (5). 5-2 Comfort Station Hurdle (13) .... 7-2 Isminton ....Mr. Casebourne January 'Chase (6) .... 3-1 Tenbury A, A
January 11, 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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I r Page 2 Coln 6 g / . . •Y KEN S I NGTON IGlil • STREET LaNDON .W

We have bought at an extraordinarily low price Tfi.e ENTIRE STOCK of 4 .r.Messrs FELBER.- C 2 -- whole s f etc turing Furrier s 38 Great Portland St.. Oxford Circus .W. - A. more charming lot of New Models has seldom been offered . at - Clearance Prices. Practically all the good
April 19, 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TORPEDOED WITHOUT WARNING.

TORPEDOED WITHOUT WARNING.

THE HAGUE, April 18.—The Naval Department has received news that the Greek steamer Ellisponths, which left Ymuiden yesterday for Montevideo, was torpedoed in the North Sea. — Reuter. Two torpedoes were discharged, says the Central News, without any previous warning. The first da
April 19, 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
600,000 HOURS LOST.

600,000 HOURS LOST.

More than 600,000 hours, which might have been profitably used in the building of warships, were misspent by the shipbuilding workers of the country during the month of March. Such is the startling indictment brought by the Shipbuilding Employers' Federation in reply to the Chan
April 19, 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
He= works the sewjng_inachine himself to mend a. tear in his service jacket. With the help of the , two

He= works the sewjng_inachine himself to mend a. tear in his service jacket. With the help of the , two

French girls who directed operations he w,as able to make a very good job of it.
April 19, 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BOTHA IN COMMAND. 4 , General Botha. (seated) - and members Of hii staff on the German South-West African veldt.

BOTHA IN COMMAND. 4 , General Botha. (seated) - and members Of hii staff on the German South-West African veldt.

He is invading the enemy's territory.
April 19, 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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April 19, 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
April 19, 1915

April 19, 1915

April 19, 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
No. 10. —Marvel-A.. lons Value. Kittle Suits, Jersey and Kilt combined. Perfect fit- tine. Made in close woven Stockinette, I

No. 10. —Marvel-A.. lons Value. Kittle Suits, Jersey and Kilt combined. Perfect fit- tine. Made in close woven Stockinette, I

with Polo Collar. But- ton at front. Will' not shrink, and very durablein wear. Length 17 and 19in., Colours : Navy, Saxe, Cardinal, Erory. Length 21in., Colours:Saseand Navy only. btAll one Price ' No. 85.-- Reliable Textnro White Drill and Poplin Skirts, prettily embroidered i
July 27, 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
yyoo . . A Scottish regiment charging a German trench. Shells can be seen bursting over their heads. No living

yyoo . . A Scottish regiment charging a German trench. Shells can be seen bursting over their heads. No living

beings could force their way through the barbed wire entanglements which I top picture, which was taken after the shells had done their work. Another remarkablq are used in modern warfare. A way must be cleared through them, as is shown in the battlefield picture will be found o
June 28, 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England