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October 26, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
A OOVERNMEST DEFEAT!

A OOVERNMEST DEFEAT!

OOVERNMEST DEFEAT! Commons Scene When Adverse Vote Is Given on Bill Clause. There was scene great excitement in the Commons last night. On the Petroleum Bill the Government was defeated by a vote of 44 against 35 in favour amendment to strike out the provision for payment of the
October 26, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
“HEARD RUMOURS.5’

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“HEARD RUMOURS. Manager of Flats Unsuccessfully Sued for Alleged Slander. “NO EVIDENCE OF MALICE.” A woman of title, a Swedish housekeeper and the manager of some London flats, figured in the King’s Bench Division yesterday in an action for alleged slander. The plaintiff was Miss
October 26, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NEWS ITEMS.

NEWS ITEMS.

No Smithfield Show.—Smithficld Show will not be held this year. Air Ministry Bill.—Mr. Bonav Law slated yesterday that the Air Ministry Bill would probablv be introduced the week after next. Cement for Holland.—ln 1914 20,800 tons of cement went to Holland from the United Kingdo
October 26, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HERALD OF THE DAWN

HERALD OF THE DAWN

HERALD THE DAWN I do not know how far victory is off. I not so pessimistic as some people. 1 say in the darkest hour " keep your eyes open for the dawn, for the dim breaking of the light over the horizon.” We know we are now in a very dark stage the war, but what is dark for is s
October 26, 1917 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England