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Your King and Country Need You. Will you vour Country’s Call? l?ach day fraught with the gravest possibilities, and at

Your King and Country Need You. Will you vour Country’s Call? l?ach day fraught with the gravest possibilities, and at

this very moment the Empire is on the brink of the greatest war in the history of the world In this crisis vour Conn try calls on all her young unmarried men to rally round the and enlist in the ranks of her Armv If every patriotic young man answers her call, England and her Emp
August 5, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WAR AND GENERAL NEWS ITEMS

WAR AND GENERAL NEWS ITEMS

Poor Volunteer. Lord Kensington Las voLinleered fur service with the Welsh Volunteer Horse. Poor Offers His Yacht to Navy. Lord Tredegar has offered to the Admiralty his magnificent steam yacht Liberty for use as a hospital ship, and all the crew ha’.e volunteered serve. German
August 5, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
INC BY KING.

INC BY KING.

•tons nu: T Vials 54, Haywood 26). .. T. ViaU. Skrld- ing 0 W’oolley. Brown 18 Last, Brown 1 Askham, Ibw. b Skelding 3 Welh, not 39 Buswell, c Cue, Cleary 0 F.xtras 20 I Total 17 Bowling.—Brown, for 48; Sledding. for 55 (Jeary, 2 lor
August 5, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TEST KItDA VS RACING.

TEST KItDA VS RACING.

Aboukir Wins the Brighton Stakes—Another Double (or Donoghue. Brighton reaumt'd the Sussex fortnight yesterday, but the sj»ort was rattier poor and the attendance was considerably below the aver age. Favourites fared badly in most of the races, the failure of Nassau in the Stake
August 5, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BRIGHTON.

BRIGHTON.

2.0.- Oriiigdenn T.Y.O. Plate. sf. 6Gyds.—Topic (7-4, Rickabyi I: lli:llal*aioo (5-1), 2; Birdseye 16-1). 3. 9 ran. 2.30. — Marine Plate. 51. 66yds.--TanaQUil (S-l, Prout), 1; Orb (evens). 2; Parhelion (5-2), 3. Fixe ran. 30. Corporation T.V.O. Plate. sf. 66yds.—Hilyer Spray (1-
August 5, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TOOTH-ACHE CURED INSTANTLY BY Prevents Decay. Saves Extraction, Sleepless Nights Prevented. BUNTER’S NERVINE Toothache, Headache, and all Nerve i removed

TOOTH-ACHE CURED INSTANTLY BY Prevents Decay. Saves Extraction, Sleepless Nights Prevented. BUNTER’S NERVINE Toothache, Headache, and all Nerve i removed

by Hunter's Nervine. AnCbcantul As specific for toothache it has equal. have usetl it successfully for years.” —F»o . W Witon M.D.
August 5, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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August 5, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE WEATHER.

THE WEATHER.

Our spiral weather forecast for the week-end is: —Variable breezes; fine, hazy. warm. . Sat. Sun. Lighting up time 7,54 p.m. 7.52 p.m. High-water London Bridge 7.44 p.m. 8.22 a.m. London Observations : Holborn Circus, City, p.m. Barometer, 30.30 in., rising slowly; tem- Derature
August 29, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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August 29, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DAMAGED BRITISH SHIRS

DAMAGED BRITISH SHIRS

The Aiuelliyel. r-ompleteti in l >o4. liKbt cruiser «»f 5,000 tons displaremetit. She has a s|»eed «>l iweulx knots, ami carries twelve gtins, eight three (xMinders and two maxims, heing armed also with tw«i 18in. tori»edo tubes. The Laertes eotiijiaratively new vessel belonging
August 29, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England