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K.C.B. for Cenoral.

K.C.B. for Cenoral.

Major-General the Hon. Herbert I.awrenee was received the King yesterday, wtio conferred upon him the honour knighthood and the insignia of a Knight of the Order of the Hath (Military Hivisimu.
February 20, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SMALL ADVERTISEMENTS are received the ofticee "The Daily Mirror. - " 23-29 Bouverie'St, E.C., between the hours 10 and 6

SMALL ADVERTISEMENTS are received the ofticee "The Daily Mirror. - " 23-29 Bouverie'St, E.C., between the hours 10 and 6

(Saturdays. 10 to 1). Financial. Partnerships and Public Notices, 7s. 6d. per line, minimum 2 lines. Trade advertisements, 2a. 6d. per inc, minimum 2 '‘"seaside and country apartments. 2s 6d. per line, minimum 2 line*. Advertisements if sent by post accompanied POSTAL ORDERS COU
February 21, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LOOKING FOR WORK.

LOOKING FOR WORK.

HANK BKTTISON’S solicitor, whose name was Lauderdale, sat dejectedly at his desk d furtively eyed his client. “We must hope for the best,” said. Something may lie saved from the wreckage. likely some of the. other hanks will come the rescue. I don’t know. But in the mean the mea
May 10, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
The Eerl Meath, who Mite Malste Oay, to nia* wants the daylight saving In The Boy at the scheme extended.

The Eerl Meath, who Mite Malste Oay, to nia* wants the daylight saving In The Boy at the scheme extended.

Adelpbl. B«cte from tho Other aide. Whew the spring-time comes Mr. Raymond Hitchcock, at present in New York, will be all dressed up and have somewhere to goviz., London. Do not forget I tcld you first. i
September 7, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CAUGHT IN A STORM

CAUGHT IN A STORM

THE road to Rimner wound like snake along the valley, climbed the hills in the distance descended again. The slopes of the valley ‘*re thickly covered with trees, but just before the road lifted to the hill there was a sort of clearing, such as one might have found in the st of
August 3, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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tpm MAKING EXPLOSIVES.

tpm MAKING EXPLOSIVES.

MAKING EXPLOSIVES. The starch in potatoes can converted into alcohol by turning it into sugar or glucose ; this is done on an enormous scale- commercially treating the starch with weak sulphuric acid. The sugar so prepared is fermented yeast, and the yeast cells turn the F TAXICA
August 14, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PATRIOTIC DAUGHTERS OF FRANCE TAKE THE PLACE C

PATRIOTIC DAUGHTERS OF FRANCE TAKE THE PLACE C

T While the fighting men of France are in the field their wives, their sisters and fheir daughters are in the fields. -i- haVe accepted the war, with all its inevitable privations and sacrifices, in a spirit of sublime resignation. Uncomplain ingly have harnessed themselves to t
August 14, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR HAIG SECURES OUR NEW

THE DAILY MIRROR HAIG SECURES OUR NEW

6,400 Prisoners (including 132 Officers) and More Than 20 Guns Taken. GERMAN AIRCRAFT KEPT FROM THE BATTLE. Our Airmen’s Brilliant Work—Large Number of Raids on Trains, Troops and Depots—2o Machines Downed. BRITISH OFFICIAL. General Headquarters, France, Friday. 10.15 F M- —Duri
June 9, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FINE DISPLA

FINE DISPLA

Lieutenant Joseph Oarr Archer (R.K.), awar«le<l the M.C. for bravery in Mesopotamia. awwPilte
June 9, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PREMIER ON MAN POWER CALL

PREMIER ON MAN POWER CALL

Mr. Lloyd George on Army and Tonnage Needs. HOW THE WAR STANDS. Lord Rothermere : Complete and Satisfying Retaliation.” The Prime Minister (Mr. Lloyd George) trounced peace-at-once-mongers and foreshadowed a ‘‘further drain upon our manpower” in his speech at the simple dinner c
December 15, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England