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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
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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
 
BRITISH WITHSTAND GERMAN AVALANCHE

BRITISH WITHSTAND GERMAN AVALANCHE

the House «•!' Common? yesterday Mr. Asquith said General Sir* J. French report* that the which took place between our Army and the enemy on Wedneeday, which it appear* from French official report * took place the neifthbourhood of Cambrai and Cateau, our troop* were expoeed to
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BAPS BKING FILLKik

BAPS BKING FILLKik

the House Fords yesterday Kit repeated the statement made by Mr. in the House of Commons, and added: ‘ln addition to the reinforcements which will shortly proceed from tins <ountry, the (iovetnment have decided that our Army in France should Im- increased bv two division* and a
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WOUNDED UHLANS BROUGHT TO

WOUNDED UHLANS BROUGHT TO

There lias been ,1 " Oerman invasion'’—of our brave soldiers during the battle of camp at Don hester, which, as shown, : wounded Uhlans. They were captured by ons, and have been taken to the concentrais so built that the sentries command a full | I (( U /...... 'kl u ' f " i-'1
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ALDWYCH BELLE OF NEW YORK

ALDWYCH BELLE OF NEW YORK

On MONDAY NEXT, this wonderful success will tran; ferred to the Theatre. Every Evening 8. Mat Wed. and Sat., at, <5.30. Popular Prices, ss. to 6d. APOLLO.—At 8.45. MATS.. WED. and SAT., at 2.15. JAMES WELCH in WHEN KNIGHTS WERE BOLD 815. "HEAD FIRST,” Arthur Eckersley. LYCEUM. L
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CRITERION. Ttlo.. Qcr. 3844. TO-DAY, 3 and tf. A PAIR OF SILK STOCKINGS, Cyril Harcourt. 2J50, o.3O,JCA_Valuable Rival.” Mat., Weds.,

CRITERION. Ttlo.. Qcr. 3844. TO-DAY, 3 and tf. A PAIR OF SILK STOCKINGS, Cyril Harcourt. 2J50, o.3O,JCA_Valuable Rival.” Mat., Weds.,

Sats., 2.30. GLOBE.-3.18, 8, OSCAR ABCHE and LILY BRAYTON. In KISMET, by Edward Knoblauch. MATINEE. WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS, at 2.15.
August 29, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NOTU.F. TO RI ADI RS

NOTU.F. TO RI ADI RS

NOTU.F. TO RI Th«* Editorial. Adverti .in; Ge«er»l Officer The Mirror 23 29. STREET. LONDON. EX. Telkphomis Holhorn (ftvp lihm). Prion. Calms 125 TS. I^ondon. Tbi Address London. Paris 3«. Hue Sentier.
August 29, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England