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NAVAL OFFICER BLOWS UP ENEMY'S RAILWAY LINE.

NAVAL OFFICER BLOWS UP ENEMY'S RAILWAY LINE.

Lieutenant G. D'Oyly Hughes, a British submarine commander, who has performed one of the most daring feats of the war. He volunteered to blow up a Turkish line, and set out alone, using a raft to carry his charge. He climbed some steep .cliffs, made a survey of the line and viad
October 9, 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
it the real sort of war-baby is the one who does everything )le are trying to learn to be self-reliant in housekeeping and 1p all round.—(By Mr. W. K. Haselden.)

it the real sort of war-baby is the one who does everything )le are trying to learn to be self-reliant in housekeeping and 1p all round.—(By Mr. W. K. Haselden.)

would have painted his horse- a nice chestnut or dappled grey, fixed - a real nosebag on its head, and crowned its rider with a silk hat. This, of course, might still be done. Tardebigge, Bromsgrove. F. W. KNIGHT. THE ATTACK of Mr. Alfred Priest on " Physical Energy " is most un
June 16, 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR HELEN CHILTERN'S FREEDOM

THE DAILY MIRROR HELEN CHILTERN'S FREEDOM

New Readers Begin Here. PEOPLE IN THE STORY. HELEN LINSLADE.—A charm- ing girl of twenty, who has seen very little of the world. JOHN CHILTERN.—A successful business man of thirty. two, who, though rather stern, is capable of deep love. ARCHIE WARRINGTON. ---- A handsome young f
July 16, 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE MAN IN THE PIT.

THE MAN IN THE PIT.

THERE followed months of waiting; weary, idle months, when even the ever-present thoughts of the ordeal in store became less pregnant with dread. Early in these months Helen learnt that society is censorious and intolerant. " You may do as you like," says society, " but on no ac
July 16, 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WONDERFUL HOME TREATMENT

WONDERFUL HOME TREATMENT

FOR CANCER. A remarkable book has been specially written, which will be sent free of all charge to cancer sufferers or their friends. With this book Will be sent a number of interesting- case-reports, proving the great value of the new, Potassium treatment in various cases of ca
October 9, 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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October 9, 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Less Meat but Mote Gravy THRIFTY HOUSEWIVES can make every scrap a dainty morsel with Bisto. Bisto makes the best

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July 16, 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE PRISONERS OF WAR HELP COMMITTEE (Under the authority of the War Office) announce that their offices have been removed

THE PRISONERS OF WAR HELP COMMITTEE (Under the authority of the War Office) announce that their offices have been removed

from the SAVOY HOTEL to 5 & 7, SOUTHAMPTON ST., STRAND.W.C. where all enquiries regarding PRISONERS OF WAR should be addressed.
July 16, 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NO DEATH SENTENCES IN NAVY.

NO DEATH SENTENCES IN NAVY.

Repljing to Mr. King, who asked whether any persons in the naval forces had since the commencement of the war suffered death upon convicition by court-martial, Mr. Balfour says : " The reply is in the negative." A similar question relating to the Army is answered by Mr. Tennant
June 11, 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ITALIANS ASSIST SERB REFUGEES.

ITALIANS ASSIST SERB REFUGEES.

RoilE, Dec. 19.----The Tribune says that Serbian refugees belonsing , to different social classes have arrived in several villages of Central Italy and have everywhere met .with sympathetic reception from the population. Several of the fugitives have already found work at satisf
December 21, 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England