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Most middle-aged people really Hats the sea. They do not bathe or flirt play gai simply get put out of their ordinary courses and would rather at home.—(By Mr. the time and manner in which it was given. However that may he. it is certain that they all did exactly the opposite to
August 5, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE 6 htcousncss to be called out THE GREAT WAR OF THE NATIONS: SCENES AT HOME AND ABROAD. icir cause,

THE 6 htcousncss to be called out THE GREAT WAR OF THE NATIONS: SCENES AT HOME AND ABROAD. icir cause,

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August 5, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Doctor’s Testimony

Doctor’s Testimony

I have frequently prescribed Hall’s Wine for patients who wanted more than drugs alone could effect. Hull’s Wine has supplied that want, and the result has justified my recommendation.” The above letter was sent us within the last few days by a practising Medical Man (M.H.C.S. K
August 26, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PHILHARMONIC HALL CT. PORTLANDST Th

PHILHARMONIC HALL CT. PORTLANDST Th

DAILY BARGAINS. Articles for Oiepoeal. and Oenuine Second-hand Furniture. Carpets China. Bronaw. Office Furniture, Piano*. Pictnrea. Clocks. Utatnary. Plate, Ola'*, Linen Sife*. Billiard Tables etc., from several Weet F.nd deoo'itorie* and private re*i<Jenre*. on sale lea-i than
August 26, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
No Suttoring for

No Suttoring for

I read in the papers yesterday that speedy action has been taken the American Government for the relief of their nationals now in difficulties not only in London, but in Paris, Berlin and other Continental towns “We shall be able to handle the situation,” Mr. Straus said, “and I
August 5, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Censors on the Cables.

Censors on the Cables.

The London correspondent of New York newspaper told me yesterday that the Government had detailed censors to all the trans- Atlaiflic cable offices in London, and that the censors were rigidly scanning all news telegrams to New \ork There are five or six censors at the head offi
August 5, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
To Stop Leokaire.

To Stop Leokaire.

Stop Leokaire. The correspondent quite agreed that a strict censorship was necessary, there was a direct German cable from New York that landed German territory, over which information could be immediately flashed from New York to Berlin The censors, - , he told me, -are doing th
August 5, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Th« Money Worry.

Th« Money Worry.

The money question has it- humorous side. Yesterday I saw an indignant American at restaurant receive in change 3s 9d. coppers. He looked dreadfully annoyed Another man who wanted a £5 note changed had take his change in a strange mixture of foreign coins and notes.
August 5, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ANOTIIKR SHOCK

ANOTIIKR SHOCK

VI; was not looking at Peter, or she might have seen the look of blank incredulity that filled his eyes during the moment Silem e that followed. You the stage! Nonsense ! ” he said at length. really thought it was nonsense. Had he been a-ked to what this girl did with her life,
August 5, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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August 5, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England