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CANADIANS AGAIN RAID

CANADIANS AGAIN RAID

ENEWY AT LENS. Huns Killed and Captured and Machine Guns Taken BRITISH OFFICIAL. General Headqi asters, Thursday. O 111 P.M. Early this morning the enemy’s • *’/ trenches Lens were again raided successfully hy Canadian troops. A number Germans were killed and few’ prisoners and
February 15, 1918 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR THE REMEMB

THE DAILY MIRROR THE REMEMB

SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS INSTAL- Mi: NTS i'i9. 1 >““ married PATRICK LUUGHLAND that they inherit considerable fortune under m will. Thouah nlie loves linn. thinkn that d.»e> not love her. but is* love with some unknown woman. One of her friends. MOLLY SOMERS, is also in love with Pa
February 15, 1918 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BY MR. HORATIO BOTTOMLEY IN THE SUNDAY PICTORIAL.’*

BY MR. HORATIO BOTTOMLEY IN THE SUNDAY PICTORIAL.’*

February 15, 1918 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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May 1, 1918 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
RPEDOED AND SUNK BY THE HUN

RPEDOED AND SUNK BY THE HUN

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May 1, 1918 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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BOL VERIF. NEWMARKET WINNERS.

BOL VERIF. NEWMARKET WINNERS.

VERIF. NEWMARKET WINNERS. 13®. Bobby Duzzler (100 7. Whalleyl, 1; Clap Cain (11 10V. 2, Blanco (8-1), 3. Fifteen ran. 20. Chinaman (10 1. T. Leaden 1; The Vikin* (10-1). 2: flanuhe (2-1), 3. Twelve ran. 2.3®.- Monte Faro (Q 1, R. Coopery, 1; Iron Hand (100-61. 2; Paper Money (12)
May 1, 1918 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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©FfSCiAI- Tuesday Afternoon. —Vigorous infantry engagements in isolated sectors the Flanders battlefield. North and tlrool Vierstraat captured several trenches. Storming detachments which were rating into the enemy's line near liocre came iu contact with strong French counter-att
May 1, 1918 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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May 1, 1918 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
; fe "1 . Mrs. Lloyd George opens a garden feto at Sumraerfield, Els» tree, lent Lady Prichard-Jones, in aid

; fe "1 . Mrs. Lloyd George opens a garden feto at Sumraerfield, Els» tree, lent Lady Prichard-Jones, in aid

the soldiers of St. Dunstau’s liosteL
July 15, 1918 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
IN A VITAL SPOT.

IN A VITAL SPOT.

(3) Two dcptrojera received S.O.S cull and fonnd merchantman sinking fast. While one destroyer picked survivors, the other went in search of the submarine. Fire was opened and couple of hits registered in a vital spot, the submarine sinking soon afterwards. One of H.M. yachts si
July 15, 1918 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England