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Whan Labour Stop* In.

Whan Labour Stop* In.

I hear, however, that certain definite approaches were made last week to Labour, and that there has been no definite refusal. The feeling Westminster is that the new Coalition will be in being before Budget Day. There will be no unfriendliness or random hitting at the Government
March 15, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
The Tsarevitch.

The Tsarevitch.

A Russian diplomat said to at a soldiers’ tea-party that anyone seeing the young Tsarevitch after his serious accident some years ago would not believe it possible that he could develop into the fine, manly youth he is. Never was there a more daring youngster, he said. He is cle
March 15, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
A Windy Spot,

A Windy Spot,

Which the windiest spot in London ? The inhabitants of Maida Vale swear by the entrance to Warwick-avenue Tube Station. Aftor Many Voaro. A notable feature about the address delivered the Right Hon. W. M-. Hughes, Prime Minister Australia, to his Amacs yesterday was the locality
March 15, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Miss Lena Ashweil.

Miss Lena Ashweil.

to break the monotony of their hard life at the front. Miss Ashwell is speaking on March 17 at a meeting in Nottingham to raise funds for this purpose. Pinero’s Soldier Play. Sir Arthur .Pinero has written a burlesque melodrama which he wants acted by convalescent “Tommies" at t
March 15, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Vpry Queer Idea.

Vpry Queer Idea.

Eric’s father is member of the National Volunteers, and looks very well in uniform, but his appearance terrified Eric’s little sister Beryl, who has been hearing a good deal lately about married men having to and fight. “Is papa going to be killed and go to heaven ? ” she asked
March 15, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
What Aro YominitaoT

What Aro YominitaoT

What YominitaoT I have just received a very’ charming invitation to a charity concert. The star feature is to be selection of Yeminite songs. Of course, 1 shall be only too delighted to listen to them, but what precisely are Yeminites?
March 15, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Th* Airman M.P.'u Record.

Th* Airman M.P.'u Record.

Mr. Pemberton Billing, the newest M.P., scored a rare performance at Westminster yesterday. He took his seat at a quarter to four, and within two hours made successful maiden speech. Mr. Billing's oratorical debut excited enormous interest, and when the news that he was reached
March 15, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Hie Ordoal.

Hie Ordoal.

Mr. Billing stood up at the end of the Front Opposition Bench below the gangway, and with one hand in his pocket and the other holding narrow slips of notes spoke for thirteen minutes. I thought the intrepid airman seemed little nervous, and once or twice paused to mop his brow.
March 15, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
A "P. B.” Day

A "P. B.” Day

It was quite a Pemberton Billing day at Westminster. Indeed, the arrival of the new M.P. excited much more comment than Mr. Tennant's speech on the Estimates. Mr. Billing drove down to the House in his cigarshaped motor-car, and, as was generally expected, was introduced by Sir
March 15, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
March 15, 1916

March 15, 1916

March 15, 1916 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England