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“ALONE I DID IT”: MR. PEMBERTON BILLING SCORES A 1,031 MAJORITY OFF HIS OWN BAT.

“ALONE I DID IT”: MR. PEMBERTON BILLING SCORES A 1,031 MAJORITY OFF HIS OWN BAT.

WAITING IN QUEUE
March 11, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Billing 4.590, Henderson 3,559, majority 1,031. When these figures were displayed before the waiting crowd at Hertford yesterday there was

Billing 4.590, Henderson 3,559, majority 1,031. When these figures were displayed before the waiting crowd at Hertford yesterday there was

great display of enthusiasm, as they meant that the airman candidate, who with amazing energy had carried out what was -- I.l'A. '-H '-' i[i S ji ■. feri ; i t < fl !i « - BBSS Pit'., ■ 1 ° « <(S^^^.-'.3i®^ I Everyone wanted to shake hands. In circle, Captain Henderson
March 11, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TO BUY COAL

TO BUY COAL

Purchasers by the Ton Glad to Get 2cwt. CARDIFF’S “AO FIRE ’’ DAY. Coalmen just now are the most independent persons London,” was the plaint of housewife yesterday. Seemingly the coalman’s independence is result of the snow and generally wintry weather the past two weeks and the
March 11, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
EVADING PRICES ACT.

EVADING PRICES ACT.

At one coal dealer’s yesterday The Dally Mirror found some twenty-eight men, women and childee* waiting in a queue for their turn to served with seven or fourteen pounds coaL One woman who always has her supplies delivered to her came to the depot in a taxicab and fc.aid her coa
March 11, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
(BRITISH OFFICIAL.)

(BRITISH OFFICIAL.)

The Secretary of the War made the following yesterday : Information has been received from General Smuts that after the occupation of Chala yes terday General Van Venter’s force pushed Taveta and found it partially evacuated the eneinv. Some Germans, with machine pun, surrendere
March 11, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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THE DAILY

THE DAILY

March 11, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NO SALT.

NO SALT.

I ENTIRELY wlukl " Kays about the waste anti fully taking whole cartloads of valuable salt (as I have myself seen (lone during the last few days) n worse than wasting it throwing it the snow in the streets. The result a. freeling nurture which soaks into the feel of foot passeng
March 11, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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March 11, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BURIED TRAIN DUG OUT OF A DEEP SNOWDRIFT.

BURIED TRAIN DUG OUT OF A DEEP SNOWDRIFT.

ifte: We're off at last.” 'graph give- an idea the depth of the drifts I)iKK> t,' buried train >/ m The passengers take their places after the rescue. A start was made soon after fl f n<iou , °wfalls have been experienced in the Peak of Derbyshire, I only after strenuous labour
March 11, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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March 11, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England