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MINE-SWEEPING CASUALTIES.

MINE-SWEEPING CASUALTIES.

Secretary of the Admiralty regrets to an ., bounce that the following casualties occurred when the mine-sweeping trawlers Nos. 61 and 106 were sunk by mines:— MISSING. No. 61 (Thomas W. Irvine, of North Shields).--0 George Crossley Norris, deckhand, Trawler Section, R.N.R., 207
August 31, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Daily Mirror

Daily Mirror

MONDAY, AUGUST 31, 1914 ONLY THE BEGINNING. E are at the beginning of the Twentieth Century, which was to have been the Century of the war against .disease and Poverty, against obsolete tyrannies and commercial ugliness, the Century which at last (as dreamers said) was to bring
August 31, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BRITISH NAVY SINKS TWO GERMAN CRUISERS AND TWO DESTROYERS WITHOUT LOSING A SHIP.

BRITISH NAVY SINKS TWO GERMAN CRUISERS AND TWO DESTROYERS WITHOUT LOSING A SHIP.

The German cruiser Main; which was sunk. Her sister ship has also gone Germany's permanent submarine fleet" was considerably increased yesterday by the third cruiser was seen to disappear in a sinking condition. On the other hand, the British Navy. which accomplished a brilliant
August 29, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

FRENCH WOMEN'S SAINT. Tear - Stained Mothers of Boulogne Before Effigy of Joan of Arc. "NEARLY ALL MEN GONE.'' (From Our Special Correspondent.) BOULOGNE, August 28.—Boulogne has been saying good-bye to its own people to-day—men of all sorts and conditions who have joined the co
August 29, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
August 29, '1914

August 29, '1914

August 29, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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A THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY.

A THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY.

Let not him that girdeth nn his harness boast himself as he that imtteth it off.—The I'D SOMEONE ELSE HE VslovLD HAVE ENL-tSTED! Every woman in England who has traine has influenco over to enlist, so long as prepared for the difficulties and defeats which we may be called on to
August 29, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
This man is wearing one of my wonderful Magneto Belts that pours New Life and New Vigour into him every

This man is wearing one of my wonderful Magneto Belts that pours New Life and New Vigour into him every

minute. I will send you one for ONLY. From the mome, you begin to fee. bracing you up, naturally and which it contain: pain, of being hfe, courage, a. straightforward coupon below. " The Weak Rheumatism, nently banished strong, Mind-W: Blushing. Lost 'human body ca: marvellous M
August 29, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

August 31, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
us from this humiliation!—(By Mr. W. K. Haselden.)

us from this humiliation!—(By Mr. W. K. Haselden.)

like a river in order that militant Germany might wade through to world-conquest. The Christian precept to "love thy neighbour as thyself " has been so ruthlessly outraged as regards Belgium, that innocent old men and women and little children are homeless and without fool, thei
August 31, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Sentries are so placed that they can see the whole camp

Sentries are so placed that they can see the whole camp

view of all their charges. Needless to a , kindness and consideration. As a nation according to rules, be it war or cricket.— dd, the prisoners will be treated with every of sportsmen we. always "play the game" (Daily Mirror photographs.)
August 29, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England