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August 21, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE SHOOTING

THE SHOOTING

Inquest Jury’s Verdict: ‘Justifiable Homicide.’ “I LOVED THIS MAN” Drama of Officer, Mrs. Malcolm and a “Count.” “Justifiable honucide in self-defence’’ was the verdict of the Paddington coroner’s jury yesterday in one of the most sensational love dramas the Malcolm case —ever t
August 21, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

STRIKE YET. Railways Working Usual Despite Grave Threat. NEW NEGOTIATIONS LIKELY. There is no railway strike YET. At the time of writing trains are running as usual. Mr. Bromley, the secretary of the Society of Locomotive Engineers, last night issued statement which said: “Certa
August 21, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
F "WOLFHEART.”

F "WOLFHEART.”

The Coroner: Had your husband said anything to you before this scuffle!— No. Did you ever mention deceased to your husband in correspondence!— Yes, several times. Mentioned him as an ordinary friend! —Yes, ordinary friend. You made no disclosures to him!— No.
August 21, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
“IMPLORED HIM TO DIVORCE ME."

“IMPLORED HIM TO DIVORCE ME."

At the time her husband was in uniform and had riding whip. Witness added that she went into her bedroom and her husband followed her. I implored him to divorce me." The Coroner: Did you tell him that there had been any intimate relations between you and the count!—Yes. Did h« b
August 21, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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“SQUEE TO WOLFHEART."

“SQUEE TO WOLFHEART."

“SQUEE TO The coroner read another letter written by Mrs. Malcolm to deceased : Wolfheart, —I have ; ust few moments to write, I was so happy receive your letter and to know that you are well, and, of course, hearing from you comforts me little. D. has written you, and if dreadfu
August 21, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FOUR AIItMKN KILLED.

FOUR AIItMKN KILLED.

Aeroplanes Collide and One Crashes to Earth—Pilot Injured. Two aeroplanes from neighbouring stations collided while flying in the East Midlands yesterday. Lieutenant Plughile (!), pilot of one machine, fell in cornfield and was instantly killed. The second machine nose-dived to
August 21, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SCHOOLROOM OR FARMYARD?

SCHOOLROOM OR FARMYARD?

The Board of Agriculture have stated that they concur with the Board of Education in strongly deprecating the release of children under the age of twelve from attendance at school for employment in agriculture, believing that at no time in the history the country was the educati
August 21, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HIGH WOItDS ON HIGH SEAS

HIGH WOItDS ON HIGH SEAS

HIGH HIGH SEAS Kaiser's Bombast to His Fleet“lron Crosses Enclosed.” Amsterdam, Sunday (received yesterdaj ). The Kaiser issued the following order to the High Sea Fleet on the conclusion of the review at Wilhelmshaveu : After hav.ng recently received the announcement that the re
August 21, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NEWS ITEMS.

NEWS ITEMS.

Two Germans Still at Large. Two German prisoners who escaped more than week ago from Handforth Camp are still at large. Pleasure Party of Nine Injured. Six women, a man and two children were injured yesterday through a wagonette colliding with a traction engine at Newport (Mon.)
August 21, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England