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July 25, 1917

July 25, 1917

July 25, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GERMAN OFFICIAL.

GERMAN OFFICIAL.

Night.—ln Eastern Galicia we are pursuing the retreating enemy on a wide front tweeu the Sereth and the Carpathians. In the Carpathians, at the Susita and Putna Valley, there has been engagements throughout the whole day, which brought the enemy local advantages. Afternoon.—From
July 25, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
VIROL

VIROL

In Glass & Stone Jars, V-, VS, and 2/11. , LTD., 148-188, Old St., London, B.C. British Made, British Owned. N.H.B.
July 25, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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April 10, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
"DOING THE GRAND."

"DOING THE GRAND."

!cial PEn4 h a- Ri th( LeE regi , cor Crowborough Volunteers spend a busy Easter felling trees. The company was formed by Sir A. Conan Doyle at the outbreak of war. Youth Who Lived in Hotels and Rode in Row. Arrested a week ago after his return from a ride on horseback in Rotten
April 10, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
April 10, 1917

April 10, 1917

April 10, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HUN SOCIALISTS MISSION.

HUN SOCIALISTS MISSION.

Count Reventlow announces that the Socialist, leader Scheidemann has gone on a special mission to foreign countries.
April 10, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DUKE AND DOCKER.

DUKE AND DOCKER.

Substantial fines and even imprisonment had been imposed for breaches of food orders, and £14,400 fines on four defenders against the potato order in Lincolnshire had reduced the local rates. (Laughter.) As to the sugar card, the alternative to identification by age, with so man
December 18, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CHRISTMAS MYSTERY.

CHRISTMAS MYSTERY.

Government :top Mistletoe and Holly Coming to London. By order of the Government, says an Exchange Woking telegram, all holly and mistletoe on its way to London markets was stopped yesterday. All shops in 'the West End of London were crowded with Christmas shoppers yesterday. Wo
December 18, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
VICTORIOUS ULSTER TROOPS.

VICTORIOUS ULSTER TROOPS.

Priests' regalia found in a German dug-out, which was carefully salved by the British soldiers, who drove the enemy from his retreat. The photograph provides one more instance of the sacrilege committed by the enemy in France.— NEW GOVERNOR. Mr. William Hart Bennett, C.M.G., to
December 18, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England