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THE STAGE AT THE FRONT: BRITISH THEATRICAL STARS ENTERTAINING OUR WOUNDED SOLDIERS AT BOULOGNE.

THE STAGE AT THE FRONT: BRITISH THEATRICAL STARS ENTERTAINING OUR WOUNDED SOLDIERS AT BOULOGNE.

Flllalino li-rn?s singing “Thunk you d-ii.i llic hospital at Thank Non foi all uihllhl ir. ■, j $w L-'I 11' Wi mm I m IB iiilS,il IIB |p° ''. ' u W-~ . llbH■ \¥ i I . *99 >b[ - J J 4p f y '' r~ m « \ '< ' ' v * / % The audience of wounded soldier? likening Mr. Seymour k-'- (unci
December 31, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
(From Our Own Cor respondent.)

(From Our Own Cor respondent.)

Hkiti>h Seaport Town, Deo. 50. -If stroll along the front this week you will s**e a long lino of mammoth steamers at anchor. daylight little sign <>f life is nt. hut at night, when these vessels blink with lights and the tinkle of piano is blended with ll singing moil, you sudde
December 31, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WANTED—A SCAPEGOAT.

WANTED—A SCAPEGOAT.

Copenhagen, Der. 30.---Tliere is growing pessimism in (iermany. ami it is evident that the ■teople are disappointed with the progress made by their army. A memlier of the Reichstag of Belgian lineage, Konrad Hanzmann, writing to the Herhner Tageblatt. says : Everywhere people pu
December 31, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
“LETTING IN” THE NEW YEAH

“LETTING IN” THE NEW YEAH

London’s big hotels have arranged elaborate welcomes for 1915. Patriotism will be the dominant note of the programmes, and at the Piccadilly Hotel the supper menus will bear the device of a closed trunk (1915) about to opened by our Allies. “What will it produce?” is the questio
December 31, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THREE NEW LAWS TO-MORROW,

THREE NEW LAWS TO-MORROW,

Three new laws of considerable importance come into operation tomorrow. The taw naturalisation will make it more difficult to become a British subject. The applicant, who must have good char acter and adequate knowledge of the English language, must have resided for at least fiv
December 31, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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ROUT IN MOUNTAIN PASS.

ROUT IN MOUNTAIN PASS.

Rom k. 29.—Acoording lu an official Russian report received here from Petrogrud, the flight of the Austrians across the Carpathians surpassed any former rout In tie* region of the l>ukla Pass the Austrians, in their precipitate retreat, left behind everything. including slaf't d
December 31, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
i each journ

i each journ

each journ Soldiers in the streets replied with vigorous rifle fire, but the aeroplanes sailed calmly on. One seamed to nave been hit, for he turned on his head ..*nd descended several hundred feet before righ.ing himself. All got safely away. For the half-hour the city was in a
December 31, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
i \ irlors ol sr.i anil air, aiul la ilutoiK-ra hoiTU-! Cuxlmvi'li ami llu I’acilir from ('ml to they haw:

i \ irlors ol sr.i anil air, aiul la ilutoiK-ra hoiTU-! Cuxlmvi'li ami llu I’acilir from ('ml to they haw:

lintthino liul pcrliaj'S the lim-al ilu v liav is llicir (iinlinuous girdle ndinil tlie n.i\ ways, thrii una]i)Miint watrli. their wailing, (heir (latieli' e greater than a.n\ single let ■ l ic. respnnsihle for tho u.,ii and wailing owe deep gratitude. Ihe of Jelliioe, fisher an
December 31, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SNOW BATTLEFIELDS

SNOW BATTLEFIELDS

* ißfc y.. v ' .m 91 x 4 • v » Holding mountain ridge again-t the Germa
December 31, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TO THE

TO THE

WAR CHARITIES IN THE NAME OF
December 31, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England