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August 26, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAI I WHY THE GUNNER SMILED Breslau's 1 nnncl Smaslicil 1)\ Sliol Spul for I.nek. F.srvim: ills • v

THE DAI I WHY THE GUNNER SMILED Breslau's 1 nnncl Smaslicil 1)\ Sliol Spul for I.nek. F.srvim: ills • v

iifw.’ the r.ermn t.MclM'n an<! liif'Liu i' in from Mr. T. ir*'l j.erator tin lie.l fire upon 1 >hort. Tin* if h n• 1
August 26, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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( I Iniji'O-tfr. to lii« IM'

Iniji'O-tfr. lii« the Hre>l, 'hi j > 1 A: ter r.” he v , I: tin- hr ulm li • jear»-il the Hit 'hi latter Then he her ait nn to viiiih'.'’ m as M;m\ Hundreds l.omloiurs I ndeilake Duly Spcn;il (.onslaldes.
August 26, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Y MIRROR

Y MIRROR

FIRST RAISKD. Nation's fine \n>\\cr (all Arms, hut 111(1,(1(1(1 More Men Wanted. ( I,‘lt KUOt,-K Hit lt( ITINO. •• The Daily Mirror uedcr«tartd« that the first 100,000 Britain’s new Army have now been raised. The 100,000 total, in fact, has already been well exceeded, keen the m
August 26, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
11;'11 i ii<l pin Wo are alt quite and a« hard nails and sure of our duty with ss.. is

11;'11 i ii<l pin Wo are alt quite and a« hard nails and sure of our duty with ss.. is

a i inspiritinjj tli • <»f wlu«'h will uni nnlv I'M1 I}.' but will .'tir puln Mini'lt i«»r t'' nimi»*r EAGEI FJR ACTION Here are of tlx- 'sages other men handed to < S. S. Ai-t m I'erly- very veil no'in: all the People think t!ie ('.ood _ . (Junnei J. ( novne I/on;lon) fine tion
August 26, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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Pabis, August the passengers on the ‘'Metro” yesterday was \onng soldier from the front with bullet wound in his shoulder.

Pabis, August the passengers on the ‘'Metro” yesterday was \onng soldier from the front with bullet wound in his shoulder.

Fifty of his comrades had given him letters their folks home, and insisted de livering them himself, so that might assure relatives of the welfare of their absent ones. His aged mother would not let him about himself and accompanied him everywhere. PENNY BANK TO WIND UP. Tli** f
August 26, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ARRKSTKI) BY A SPI-dAI, CONSTABI.I

ARRKSTKI) BY A SPI-dAI, CONSTABI.I

ARRKSTKI) BY SPI-dAI, CONSTABI.I foreign agent, a nnme<l Walter Ktirl Knaj>p. of She|*lier<rs Hush, was «harge«l the tiuihlhall with l»eing an alien enemy mote than live miles withotit permit. Marshall a City special said he arreste<l the Wind Kxehange. Aeeused said ; am not guil
August 26, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
brave man ami for : bis sister. e«l only four anil a was prepared take matters into bands once. Daddy

brave man ami for : bis sister. e«l only four anil a was prepared take matters into bands once. Daddy

will buy pun. and will if they come here,” she threatens Wilfred Walker, five, was certain soldiers bad ‘‘lot of ships and gnni>owd< guns.” and that “French and lighting for Kugland.” lt’« line.” he added, picture* the pa per. fight in saw thorn ('.<* l marts ai'e Iryim: kill bu
August 26, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
“((U NIING THFJR CHICKFNS."

“((U NIING THFJR CHICKFNS."

NIING THFJR CHICKFNS." The Hagte, August 24.—The German news papers are commencing a Press campaign favour of the retention of Liege by Germany after the conclusion of peace.—Central News.
August 26, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BANDAGK TOR KACH PENNY.

BANDAGK TOR KACH PENNY.

TOR KACH PENNY. < ollerting boxes in the |KK>rer parts of are receiving more money for the • rt»ss ScH-iety than those in wealthy districts. The Hast End have given their pennies will inglv, and the in ate good subscribers, billingsgate collecting < have yielded rich harvest. Eac
August 26, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England