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AS CLEVER AS COUNSEL.

AS CLEVER AS COUNSEL.

** Your client cross examined exceedingly well last week, and I not think that even you could have cross examined more effectively.’* Thus spoke Mr. Fordham the West London Police Court yesterday, when counsel for the defence explained that had only just been instructed to appea
October 9, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR HOW BRITAIN FOILED ARMY OF SPIES. Germany’s Secret Service Agents Caught Red-Handed—9,(K)o Suspects Now Kept Prisoners About

THE DAILY MIRROR HOW BRITAIN FOILED ARMY OF SPIES. Germany’s Secret Service Agents Caught Red-Handed—9,(K)o Suspects Now Kept Prisoners About

9.000 Germans and Austrians are prisoners m detention camps in Britain. German spies, despite enormous efforts and lavish expenditure, have obtained little valuable information in this country. A Special Intelhqence Department was established to cope with the work of great army
October 9, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
October 9, SPIES OF FASHION THE PROWL. Guarding Latest Paris in London Modes from Prying Eyes. SNAPPING UP IDEAS. fashion

October 9, SPIES OF FASHION THE PROWL. Guarding Latest Paris in London Modes from Prying Eyes. SNAPPING UP IDEAS. fashion

copyist is very busy now that *i e principal creators of French fashions are I^mdon, - or some time firm® have had to guard ngaii.ht the possibility of having their best ideas stolea, and now, as the smaller drapers and dressmakers cannot obtain Paris models or e\cn copies, the
October 9, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BATTLE FLEET OF SIX ZEPPELINS BOMBARD ANTWERP BY NIGHT.

BATTLE FLEET OF SIX ZEPPELINS BOMBARD ANTWERP BY NIGHT.

Terrific Effort to Batter Down the City with Monster Guns. Oil TANKS ABLAZE AND STATION IN FLAMES. General Von Kluck Has to Fall Back Before Allies North of Arras. CAVALRY BATTLE NEARING THE NORTH SEA. '*y s are turned to Antwerp, for the Germans are desperately anxious to batte
October 9, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE ARRIVAL OF THE INDIANS: FRENCH CHILDREN MAKE MANY NEW FRIENDS AMONG THE EASTERN WARRIORS.

THE ARRIVAL OF THE INDIANS: FRENCH CHILDREN MAKE MANY NEW FRIENDS AMONG THE EASTERN WARRIORS.

In camp. The first picture shows men drawing water from huge barrels fitted with special filters. They will be taken to the battlefield. The second picture shows a small Turbaned warriors with their big drum. —{Daily Mirror photograph.) ' r 't and hard and obviously dcliglitcd a
October 3, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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October 9, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SKY SQUADRON H.IKS 10 OSTEND.

SKY SQUADRON H.IKS 10 OSTEND.

The following is the statement: During the course of the the Royal Naval Air Service (Naval Wing of Royal Flying Corps) lias not been idle, airships, aeroplanes and sea planes having proved their value many under takings. While the Expeditionary Force was being moved abroad a st
October 3, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ENTRENCHING BIG BRITISH GUNS TO HELP THE ALLIES.

ENTRENCHING BIG BRITISH GUNS TO HELP THE ALLIES.

W.itriing the thirsty horses. Il have thrown up round the guns. war time the farmers suffer muth from friends as from foes as no one respects their land. *jhi ho: to <ir;ig one of these guns, Pic and work. They are preparing to give the enemy a very warm r swam 'mß - J iaM i:^Ej
October 9, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE WEATHER. Our special weather forecast for the week-end is: Light westerly to moderate pouth-westerly winds; fair and hazy to

THE WEATHER. Our special weather forecast for the week-end is: Light westerly to moderate pouth-westerly winds; fair and hazy to

cloudy with slight rain; mild. ... Saturday. Sunday. Lightinp-up time 6.35 p.m. 6.32 p.m. High-water at London Bridge 1.40 p.m. 2.10 p.ra, London Observations, Holborn Circus, City, p.m. Barometer, 30.31in. rising slowly ; temperature, 58deg.; wind, N.W.. very light; weather, fa
October 3, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HINT TO TAILORS.

HINT TO TAILORS.

An old yachting hand writes: There must be thousands of dark coloured blankets—the kind preferred laid aside in the winter quuiters of the yachting fraternity. I sure our yachting sportsmen would gladly set them all free if a special appeal was made them— 1 have sent mine. By co
October 3, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England