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Registered No. 154011.

Registered No. 154011.

December 15, 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PRINCE ALBERT’S 20th BIRTHDAY.

PRINCE ALBERT’S 20th BIRTHDAY.

Prince Albert, who was the recipient of many congratulations, spent his twentieth birthday quietly yesterday. Flags were flown from the Government and other public buildings. bolieve that the war not going to won by this Government and that any change would a change for the bett
December 15, 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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December 15, 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Page 10 distribution of FREE PRIZES H. Samuel is present C* ing to all purchasers. The at his 70 shops

Page 10 distribution of FREE PRIZES H. Samuel is present C* ing to all purchasers. The at his 70 shops

rKCim^\ are crowded with ':°.f L ds WOOLWICH : Tj I MOW 40. Powii Street. I I STRATFORD: , **■ Bro»4w*y. ■ I U CROYDON ; I i 16. Norik E>d. II RICHMOND: j II 45, Georg* Street. N4au9 BRISTOL: I Si.Wiae Street. J m EfIMINO Rut 3 C Set with Pearls 5 line tJjamonds Amethyst, 18-ct.
December 15, 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Infirmaries

Infirmaries

save hundreds of pounds using OXO in place of fresh beef. One Institution has saved at the rate of over £420 per annum ; another £114; another £lO2. economise at home use OXO for soups, stews, gravies, hashes, &&, instead of meat. Contributions in cash or kind for sick and wound
December 15, 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
robin is flocted

robin is flocted

JEAN waited till was eure O’Neil had quite gone, then she sat down the big numptj and burst into tears. • more like a disappointed child than , a<l <1 vain for the man - Sl,e sobbed disconsolately for some Him ales with her face in her hands. . fcht hail 80 looked forward to thi
December 15, 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
The Perfect Emulsion

The Perfect Emulsion

Angler’s Emulsion is the most palatable. most cream-like, the most perfect of all Emulsions. Even the most fastidious take it with pleasure, and it agrees perfectly with delicate, sensitive stomachs. If you have tried other Emulsions and found them distasteful, -y Angier’s and n
December 15, 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Panto. Prince*.

Panto. Prince*.

Just at the present moment pantomime is in the making all over the land. There "ill quite lot of new principal boys and new principal Kiris. Indeed, the old which crowd which you and I used to see when were in knickerbockers and short petticoats and coi tinned to see until were
December 15, 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Good Old Bill.

Good Old Bill.

Sir R. Baden-Powcll says welcomes retired burglars in the fii ing line. You sec Bill Sikes doesn't retire under fire. A Pugnacious Pacifist. That egregious person, the Rev. C. F. Akcd, who has started quarrelling with Mr. Ford, is not unknown in England. For many years he was mi
December 15, 1915 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England