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MEAT NO DEARER.

MEAT NO DEARER.

I have not lai(i in any extra food supplies,” said woman with a large family to The Daily Mirror yesterday. I see no reason for it. Bread, of course, will be somewhat dearer, but have not yet been asked to pay more than usual for meat and fish and vegetables. My grocer assured m
August 4, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DUKE OF YORK'S. EVERY EVENING, at 8.30. < M ARLES FROHM AN prevents THE LAND OF PROMISE, by W 8 Maugham. MM iM.L EVERY THURSDAY and SATURDAY, 2 30.

DUKE OF YORK'S. EVERY EVENING, at 8.30. < M ARLES FROHM AN prevents THE LAND OF PROMISE, by W 8 Maugham. MM iM.L EVERY THURSDAY and SATURDAY, 2 30.

DUKE YORK'S. EVERY EVENING, at 8.30. M ARLES FROHM prevents THE LAND PROMISE, W Maugham. iM.L EVERY THURSDAY and SATURDAY, 2 30. GLOBE. To night, 8. OSCAR ASCHE and LILY BRAYTON KISMIIT. l-y h>Jward Knoblauch (503 id Performance). M\Tl\Ki:. WEDNKBDAYB and SATURDAYS, 2. 15.
August 4, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BRITISH TROOPS OFF TO THE FRONT : MILLICENT DUCHESS OF SUTHERLAND ARRIVES IN BELGIUM TO ACT AS NURSE.

BRITISH TROOPS OFF TO THE FRONT : MILLICENT DUCHESS OF SUTHERLAND ARRIVES IN BELGIUM TO ACT AS NURSE.

Sir IT. Smith-Dorrien, who is to the late Sir Millicent Duchess of Sutherland arrives at the front in Belgium to J. M. Grierson. (Gale and Polden.) act as a Red Cross nurse. a hitch or casualty of any sort the British troops have been landed on the I Sir Horace Smith has been ap
August 19, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BRITISH W

BRITISH W

Fight With German Reconnoitring Cruisers—No Losses Reported. “A CERTAIN LIVELINESS” AT SEA. The King’s Message to His Soldiers in the Expedi- tionary Force. NO CASUALTIES YET AMONG BfilTlSH. warships were In action yesterday the North Sea. Cerman cruisers at last, left har* hour
August 19, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
“ PERFECTLY EQUIPPED" FORCE.

“ PERFECTLY EQUIPPED" FORCE.

PERFECTLY EQUIPPED" FORCE. In regard to the British Expeditionary Force, well-known retired officer says;— Such a force has never left this country before It is absolutely perfectly equipped, complete iu every detail. Our system of training lias been so perfect since the Boer War
August 19, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LlliGE FORTS NOT FALLEN,

LlliGE FORTS NOT FALLEN,

But August 18 —According to official announcement, the general situation remains good. There is no fresh news, but formal denial is given to the statement published in Dutch newspaper that certain of the forts at Liege have fallen into the hands of the mans.—Central News.
August 19, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
August 19, 1914

August 19, 1914

August 19, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ORTH SEA.

ORTH SEA.

Sir Horace Smith* Dorrien To Succeed General Grierson. SAVED “THE GORDONS.’' Boer War Story of General Smith-Dorrien’s Daring Ride. General Sir Horace Smith-Dorrien has been appointed to command an army corps the British Expeditionary Force, in succession to Lieutenant-General S
August 19, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
bOUEBODY HAD TO CO.

bOUEBODY HAD TO CO.

The Highlanders had borne the brunt of the fighting, and had the hist of battle strong upon them. Unfortunately they dashed forward up the hill impetuously that they were cut oil from the remainder of the brigade, and there was some danger their being surrounded. General Smith D
August 19, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
AEROPLANE OVER ROYAL CASTLE

AEROPLANE OVER ROYAL CASTLE

Bki'sSJlLS, Aiigust 18.—An aeroplane of un known nationality H* w over the royal castle of today and subsequently disappeared. large number of aeroplanes have been observed in the Louvain region, and one of them has been brought down a machinegun —Central News.
August 19, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England