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NEWS ITEMS.

NEWS ITEMS.

Monster Relief Fund. The National Relief Fund yesterday reached £5,063,000. Bavarian Prince Wounded. Prince Francis of Havana, third son the King of Havana, says Reuter, is reported have been wounded in the left thigh. Kaiser Lose* Yap. According to the Oermnn a,t Pekin, savs Re
October 9, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CHEERING NEWS OF

CHEERING NEWS OF

GREAT STRUGGLE. Germans Fall Back Near Arras, Where Action Develops Under Good Conditions. POSITIONS RETAKEN. -, in. .* issiiei mir it wing lie norUn*rn npi*»n tins lias maiit' pn»«»n*ss at any point. At certain points he has fallen back, particularly to the north of Arras, wher
October 9, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DESPERATE DEFENCE OF

DESPERATE DEFENCE OF

PRUSSIAN FRONTIER. Gtiniaii'i l icialv Hislsliiii! Russian Invasion Ainona Lakes and Marshes. I'KTRor.RAii, Oct. 7. offieially announced that the ami <i»Tman a(lvance«l into collision across the Vistula the frontier, l»ctwron Samlomir and Opatow, the Uusso I*«ilisli Kielce. Nort
October 9, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
IDA ill REPAIRS BY SKY SAILORS. British Airships Propeller Blade Chanaed 2 ( 000lt. Up. SEAPLANE PATROLS. Repairs executed at

IDA ill REPAIRS BY SKY SAILORS. British Airships Propeller Blade Chanaed 2 ( 000lt. Up. SEAPLANE PATROLS. Repairs executed at

any height in the sky.” That seems the motto of the British Ait y. A thrilling incident is narrated in an Admir ally statement issued last night regarding the work the Sky Fleet. Two members the crew of airship per formed the daring leal of changing a blade of the propeller when
October 3, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BIRD’S-EYE VIEW.

BIRD’S-EYE VIEW.

By this means it was impossible for the enemy’s ships to approach the Straits without being seen for very many miles. On one occasion during one of the airship patrols it became necessary to change a pro peller blade of one of the engines. The captain feared it would necessary t
October 3, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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WEEK-ENDS IN FRANCE !

WEEK-ENDS IN FRANCE !

The war has not stopped the week end habit *' Not so many people, of course, are going away for week ends/' a station master told The Vaily Mirror yesterday. " But there is still an army of week enders. * I and two friends." said a City merchant, need to spend the week-end in sm
October 3, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ARRIVAL OF INDIAN TROOPS IN FRANCE:

ARRIVAL OF INDIAN TROOPS IN FRANCE:

The Daily Mi LATEST CERTIFIED CIRCULATION MORE THAN No. 3,414 Rcgi*tt*iod thoO.F.O. FRIDAY, OCTOIiFR 2, a Newspaper.
October 2, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GOD SAVE THE KING

GOD SAVE THE KING

October 9, 1914
October 9, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NOTICE TO READERS

NOTICE TO READERS

Th« Editorial, Advertising and Genara! Business Offices The Daily Mirror are 23-29. BOUVEUIE STREET. LONDON, E.C. : Holborn 'five lines). I*rovin(tal Calls : 126 T.S. Tri.r.oßAPnic Address : Reflexed,” Fleet, London. Basis Office : 36. Hue du Sentier.
October 9, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Daily Mirror

Daily Mirror

FRIDAY. OCTOBER 9. 1914 THE GREY SHIPS. YI STKRDAY, after a long, long silence, there came to us just a brief message from the sea. few words the Admiralty announced that submarine 1.0 had paid a fleeting visit to the enemy’s front door and returned leaving the enemy the poorer
October 9, 1914 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England