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Friday •‘The money that i* needed ia in the pockets, in the deposits, in the investments of the people. Let

Friday •‘The money that i* needed ia in the pockets, in the deposits, in the investments of the people. Let

them produce it . . Risbl Hon. H. H. Avqnilh, M.P.
February 14, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LONDON AMUSEMENTS.

LONDON AMUSEMENTS.

AMBASSADORS, W.C. 2.- Evga.. 8.15. MATS.. Wed*, and SaU.. 2.30. THE THREE DAUGHTERS M DUPONT, by Brienx Mies ETHEL IRVING Regent 2890. APOLLO. iC.tr. 3243.) THE LIMES.” THE GREATEST OF ALL SPY PLAYS. TO-DAY, 2.30 and 8.20. MATS., MONB., WEDS., BATS. COMEDY. Ewgs., 8.15. Mat., Mo
July 30, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
A Transport Genius.

A Transport Genius.

Among the British representatives to the important Allied Council held in Paris I notice the name of Sir Graham Thompson. head the Admiralty Transport Department. He is one of the discoveries of the war, and was found Mr. Churchill when was at the Admiralty, I can well remember
July 30, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NEWS ITEMS.

NEWS ITEMS.

The Tanh Corpa. By an Army Order, Tank Corps the British Army is to be formed. Woman's Costume for Museum. A woman conductor’s costume is to be exhibited in London museum an '• exhibit relating to the war.” Serbian Prince in Knsland. Prince and Princess Alexia of Serbia have arr
July 30, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
AUSTRO-GERMANS ACROSS THE TAGLIAMENTO

AUSTRO-GERMANS ACROSS THE TAGLIAMENTO

Berlin Claims 6,000 Prisoners, More Guns and Reports Further “Good Progress/’ ITALY'S WELCOME TO BRITISH SOLDIERS. Haig's Line of Posts Pushed Forward—Our Offensive in Palestine Extending. Forced.—Berlin claims that Austro-Gcrman troops have crossed the middle Tagliamento and ta
November 6, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
"CANADA IN KHAKI.”

"CANADA IN KHAKI.”

Before you go home to-day buy copy of Canada in Khaki,” which is far and away the best souvenir of the war. To be obtained of all newsagents and bookstalls, or direct from the Publisher, 23-29, Bouvene-street, London, E.C.4. Price 2s. 6d. Many famous writers contribute articles
April 2, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
thereforo liavo mostly boon taken from among the regimental officers of the old Army. To them the Army is the

thereforo liavo mostly boon taken from among the regimental officers of the old Army. To them the Army is the

highest of all professions, ami they are Idled with a love its best traditions. They have professional capacity and contagious enthusiasm. One most essential point recognised in all these officer cadet units is that each man starts on a basis of equality. Some may have come from
April 2, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DAILY Mirror, M’RIL 2. 1917

DAILY Mirror, M’RIL 2. 1917

April 2, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
OFFER W9 1 1 A3.

OFFER W9 1 1 A3.

OFFER W9 1 A3. i o’rtl'i n' ll 8/11 «»ai in the vt ry ('li:iriiiliiK KusHian IlhMi***. stylo. Kin with s-piaro nook. if .nitf Kklrl. st lines, lin!» .r and U'ark, ’«irey with loose Ix lt and han* •ck. Ko««* and Hlark, Ihx-kets. Made of » Itliirk, Sax. and <inalit v slIkyI’o|)Iln.
April 2, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
“AT THE END OF THE LONG ROAD JUNE BOLAND. j* This is the story of girl and two men. The

“AT THE END OF THE LONG ROAD JUNE BOLAND. j* This is the story of girl and two men. The

men are cousins, and in appearance they are alike: hut in . character they differ. Love triumphs in the end. but the reader will fascinated the delightful way in which the story worked out, DAPHNE GRANT. See Page 9 for the Opening Chapters. msm
June 11, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England