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’August 21, 1917

’August 21, 1917

August 21, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE REAL DIFFICULTY.

THE REAL DIFFICULTY.

\ HINT of the real difficulty the way of that early, general and permanent peace for which the peoples of the whole world are longing was contained in the chapter of Mr. Gerard’s Daily Telegraph recital summarised in our news columns yesterday. Our readers will remember that thi
August 21, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
■'guarantee., _,..gium, as a condition of what Mr. Chesterton has called the Ger-

■'guarantee., _,..gium, as a condition of what Mr. Chesterton has called the Ger-

from Jiel man “peace by evacuation That is to say, Germany would leave Belgium alone, Austria would leave Serbia; when she promised to respect Serbian independence by garrisoning Serbian towns, or by stationing Austrian police there: the old Lomhard-Venetian regime, to be applie
August 21, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
N ABOUT MARRIAGE.

N ABOUT MARRIAGE.

tion._ -that corvdon Stronger than corwdon
August 21, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FACT. That the husband can bear physical com measure if he saw the chance of a larger order. I used

FACT. That the husband can bear physical com measure if he saw the chance of a larger order. I used

sometimes to think that he had a mathematical table of his own something like this: One drop of treacle—another half-pound of tea. Two tahlespoonfuls—-one box of custardpowder. One gallon—one York ham. And so on until you float stickily out of the shop. Nowadays the same saying
August 21, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THEY LIKE IT.

THEY LIKE IT.

CHATTER, chatter, chatter; giggle, giggly giggle—that is what goes on, all the lime, between young men and girls. If the young men don’t like it they should show that they nut. Then the girls would perhaps cease giggling and chattering. Unfortunately afraid the young men do 1,.
August 21, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRRqr. AUGUST 21, 1917

THE DAILY MIRRqr. AUGUST 21, 1917

August 21, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BOWS CUT CLEAN AWAY AS THOUGH WITH A KNIFE.

BOWS CUT CLEAN AWAY AS THOUGH WITH A KNIFE.

Working a gun on a submarir When the history of the war at sea comes to be written the trawlers and drifters in the Adriatic, where one little craft routed three A will come into their own. The veil is rarely lifted now, but the wonderful fight | ample of what they have done.—(O
August 21, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
RESIGNED.

RESIGNED.

mp Sir G. B. Wolseloy, G.C.R.. has resigned tiie command of the Yorks and Lancs Regiment.— (Swaine.) A V.C. Best man and bridegroom’s father The Rev. J. Martin performed the ceremony at Cliatham yesterday, when his son, Captain Cyril tin, V.C., D.5.0., R.E.j was married to Miss
August 21, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England