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GEKM.OS ON THE KIN.

GEKM.OS ON THE KIN.

THE KIN. August 7.- Belgian Minister of Ua.i£M«cu'i«K;.s lKs.‘ have asked for fc '■X'rtn.ty-iaur hcrar!<’ arm is*, ire. The town bit:} not been the (iermans. art ledge having 25,1 XX) men de oQinhzLL—Hauler.. w that Ihokit; oui. .No have l)een taken. have asked for twenty four la
August 8, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WARSHIP THAT COS! £2,200.000,

WARSHIP THAT COS! £2,200.000,

A battle cruiser of the Dreadnought type, the One ben combines heavy armour and armament with great speed. She belongs the 1909 programme. hed in 1911 at Hamburg, she was completed for service 1912. The Goeben coat about £2,200,000. She baa a displacement of 23.000 tons, and has
August 8, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAIT.Y MIRROR

THE DAIT.Y MIRROR

August 8, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
QUEUE OF PATRIOT

QUEUE OF PATRIOT

tlu rc were lines of men at (lie central ofliee stretching f(»r distance (|iiite tl.irt> either side the main entrance. Large numbers were seeking join the skilled section the service, hut the great majorits were willing enlist in the ordinary regiments. the crowds which surged
August 8, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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i.o will it 11 Hi. war is if * v. v ' !i »I< s (ivc in (lie reserve. Men tin* romilry win* li» enlist ran »l.ain I!:.' uiMres.s <.f the st leeruiting sl ion at any post of!
August 8, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CLERGYMAN

CLERGYMAN

AS RECRUIT. depot. ; '"■"w v Lord Kitchener’s appeal for more men has met with a splendid response, and in the picture clergyman seen leading horse the nearest London
August 8, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WOMEN WORKERS.

WOMEN WORKERS.

A MONO the many suggestions being put for- ward as to how assistance can best be offered to our Government and its forces in this time of national crisis, everyone seems to have over looked the vast army of trained women workers which now exists Great Britain. There seems to an
August 8, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FOR THE LONELY.

FOR THE LONELY.

TN these days of our country's need all the churches should be open, not only for intercession, but also for counsel, sympathy and encouragement. The emotional distress of our women and children is necessarily widespread. The ministry of the churches here should a real help. The
August 8, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
IN MY GARDEN

IN MY GARDEN

August 7.— The montbrotias deliKuifi flowers to have in the pardon at this for they make a beautiful show a border and arc useful for cuttinp. Tin' ■■ bull come from South Africa, but rally hardy in light soils. Where tin ;, ' in heavy ground it is best to -t a cold frame during
August 8, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England