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MOTORISTS FIRED ON.

MOTORISTS FIRED ON.

A party from Limerick, motoring to Tomgraany, Co. Clare, yesterday in support of Mr. Valeras’ candidature, was fired upon from a grove near Dodyke, but none of the occupants were injured.
June 26, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ANY OTHER DaILY PICTURE PAPER

ANY OTHER DaILY PICTURE PAPER

One Penny, MME. STEINHEIL TO WED LORD ABINGER. Romance of Peer Who Fell in Love with Famous Beauty at Paris Trial.
June 26, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ANOTHER.” £205 Damages for Broken Birthday Promise to Wed. JUDGE PERJURY There was a breach of promise sequel a boy

ANOTHER.” £205 Damages for Broken Birthday Promise to Wed. JUDGE PERJURY There was a breach of promise sequel a boy

and girl friendship in the King’s Bench Division yesterday, when Miss Esther Sophia Bysouth, of St. Margaret’s roa<l, Twickenham, was awardea damages against Archibald (iranvme Brown, second lieutenant of the London Regiment, and formerly stockbroker’s clerk. Mr. <lu Parcq, for
June 26, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Vain Attacks FRENCH OFFICIAL.

Vain Attacks FRENCH OFFICIAL.

Night. —There was sustained activity on the part of the two artilleries to the north of Laffaux Mill in the sectors of ferny, Craonue and ( hevreux The town of Uheims received 1,200 shells. There is nothing to report on the rest of the front.—Central News. Afternoon.—The activit
June 26, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TABLES TUBSED ON FOE.

TABLES TUBSED ON FOE.

TABLES TUBSED FOE. The French expert connnenUlor write* ; “To-day we observe not only that the German attacks have been checked on our front and that their enterprises have been stopped dead mu’ fire, but, further, that our troops in the region of Vauxaillon, passing to the offen
June 26, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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GERMANS FEELING BRITISH SQUEEZE AT LENS.

GERMANS FEELING BRITISH SQUEEZE AT LENS.

Poe Fall Back Before Our Men Trenches Deserted. From Keuter’e special correspondent, British Army Headquarters, France, Monday. DurinK the last twenty four hours our troops nave made ■an advance directly east of the Bois Kiaurnont and have occupied about quarter of a mile of the
June 26, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BAD LEGS CURED

BAD LEGS CURED

THE A treatniont which permanently cures hail Jet's hy entirely new niethiMl without rest, when other doctors and specialists have given the patient up as incurable, even with the aid of rest , is something » novelty, even in these days medical marvels. This method is known as t
June 26, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
IONTENT "—A CAUSE. hack. And I was disgusted—not with the women, but with the soulless forces that try to kill

IONTENT "—A CAUSE. hack. And I was disgusted—not with the women, but with the soulless forces that try to kill

everything besutifnl, to crush it under foot. Aid that is why it is a dangerous thing to “stop the beer” of certain sections of the people. Some men have nothing in life, nothing at all, but a little love, grimy park with few half-dead trees, the cinema, and the public-house. Fo
June 26, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE SAME OLD LAVISHNESS ON THE STAGE.

THE SAME OLD LAVISHNESS ON THE STAGE.

Rcowo®wjf old toounfeM of dtotributinc wurm H4tncfo<f aubeut, Italf\ wav. Through the the ga< lamps flickered and gleamed feebly, miserably, like souks struggling for beauty in the uniform veil filth and greyness. And away down this street of homes—one family to one squalid room
June 26, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
raryWhere except on the etase. Here, as ever, we see that iney on all sMee. Nowadays the only difference is that notes iverelpns and sovereigns in gold.—(My W. K. Haselden.)

raryWhere except on the etase. Here, as ever, we see that iney on all sMee. Nowadays the only difference is that notes iverelpns and sovereigns in gold.—(My W. K. Haselden.)

except on the etase. Here, ever, we see that iney on all sMee. Nowadays the only difference is that notes iverelpns and sovereigns in gold.—(My W. K. Haselden.) bright-coloured postcards, the rush to the country and the parks on Bank Holidays, the little flowerpots on the hideous
June 26, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England