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5, 1916

5, 1916

March 15, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE? DAILY MIRROR THIS MORNING’S GOSSIP

THE? DAILY MIRROR THIS MORNING’S GOSSIP

Colonal Churchill’s Must Step. At luncheon yesterday Westminster way with couple of Liberal politicians, both active members of the independent group. Much talk of Colonel Churchill and his immediate future. Mr. Massingham’s friends all saying that Colonel Churchill is leaving t
March 15, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Concerts at tho Front.

Concerts at tho Front.

Concerts tho Front. This is a new study of Miss Lena Ashwell, who is working so hard to raise money to carry on concerts at the front. These concerts are practically the only variety the soldiers have I sKI i
March 15, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Sir Frederick Smith’s Jokee.

Sir Frederick Smith’s Jokee.

Mr. Lloyd George, who led the House in the hbsence of Mr. Asquith, had quite a long chat on the Treasury Bench with Sir Frederick Smith during Mr. Tennant's speech. The Attorney-General had evidently an excellent story to tell, for the pair laughed with great heartiness. Bulls’
March 15, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PERSONAL.

PERSONAL.

RETURN home immediately. All forgiTes. Making arrangement*.—O. . - v OFFICERS’ Uniform* and Effect*; second-hand stock the world; always reasonable.—Goldman• Devooport. (Uniform* * * V lb** - H.t-V ood. rw, Rwfent-st. v dr CT...1 -iu* ■ .'.■ id * ■ U'l i°d a '* « iO-'-r.* or .•M
March 15, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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The plaintiffs were Messrs. Macmillan and Co., Limited, publishers and owners of the Nursing Times, and Miss Swanhilde Bulan, the

The plaintiffs were Messrs. Macmillan and Co., Limited, publishers and owners of the Nursing Times, and Miss Swanhilde Bulan, the

editress. They were awarded £5OO damages against the Nursing Press, Limited, Mrs. Ethel Fenwick (wife of Mr. Bedford Fenwick) and the Press Printers, Limited. Mr. Dickens, for the plaintiff, said the libel was contained in a statement published in the British Journal Mlu Bulin.
March 15, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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May 23, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GIANT BATTLEPLANE: A REVIEW ON THE BEACH.

GIANT BATTLEPLANE: A REVIEW ON THE BEACH.

GIANT BATTLEPLANE: REVIEW ON THE BEACH. Wounded soldiers and their n'u THEATRE NEWS. Miss Isabel Klsom, has been specially engaged by Mr. Dion Boucicault to a< t a play at the New Theatre, which will take the place of “Caroline.” A monster aeroplane on the Bi it:sh Belgian front.
May 23, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WHAT WO.VIhN ARK DOING

WHAT WO.VIhN ARK DOING

Every nionth brings into the labour market an arbhtionaj supply 17,000 women,” Government official stated yesterdaj. During tbe eighteen months ended January 14, 1916, the Labour Exchanges have placed in employment 617,000 women and girls. As compared with the eighteen months pr
March 7, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HE BEACH.

HE BEACH.

Belgian troops on the seashore, • .. :'. '-.4:? icvcmccn of the enemy’s machine?, Iginm can still call her own. King ’S’ FARM. p shearing. (Sfession for there «n--' hoth and practical.—' ■••: • V-'--'.- . ■ :: '. ■■ '.....' ■ -. 7: ' ■ •■. ' ■.■■ v : :-%'. ■■ ' .I ' ' v y I ' ~
May 23, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England