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LONDON’S LEAD.

LONDON’S LEAD.

1,000 Commissions to Men in the Ranks. Tire only life worth living in these days—the life of the hoys in khaki—drew thousands to the Colours yesterday. By present appearances fthe recruiting officers report* the work of those who have volunteered visit the homes the potential fi
31 October 1915 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
Pace 3

Pace 3

31 October 1915 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE NEWS IS BROKEN.

THE NEWS IS BROKEN.

TWENTY FOUR hours, that was what the surgeon had given Jack Bentley when he had been carried into the hospital behind the firing lines ... twenty four hours ... . But the surgeon had read his diagnosis in things of flesh and blood. He had no knowledge of the working the spirit,
31 October 1915 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
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31 October 1915 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
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31 October 1915 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
BULGARIAN TOWN TAKEN. Strumnitza Occupied by French Forces.

BULGARIAN TOWN TAKEN. Strumnitza Occupied by French Forces.

It is reported from Athens that the French, atter a three days' light, occupied the town of Strumnitsa, and advanced thirty-two kilometres (about twenty miles) into Bulgarian territory. The Bulgarian low* are heavy. tit-rum:its& is some twelve miles east or the stAtion of the ta
31 October 1915 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
FRENCH TRENCHES LOST NEAR NEUVILLE ST. VAAST. FIERCE FIGHTING. Enemy's Attempt to Occupy Mine Cavity Repulsed.

FRENCH TRENCHES LOST NEAR NEUVILLE ST. VAAST. FIERCE FIGHTING. Enemy's Attempt to Occupy Mine Cavity Repulsed.

(FRENCH OFFICIAL. - Paris, Saturday night The ofticiel ccilimunique thin evening says:— Violent fighting is reported in the course of the day at several points on the Artois front. In Hois•en-litiche we increased our progress step by step by grenade fighting. To the north-east o
31 October 1915 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
FOUR PERSONS SHOT IN LIEGE.

FOUR PERSONS SHOT IN LIEGE.

Amaterdam, Saturday. News reached here that four persons have been abut by the ttermana at Liege. among them being one inhabitant ot Macatricht.--Central Nena.
31 October 1915 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
1111111;. FIRST INSTALMENT OF NEW ROMANTIC SERIAL

1111111;. FIRST INSTALMENT OF NEW ROMANTIC SERIAL

=satin' to-day. Not • door will open this day. Ye can face the constabulary yerself and the few of the rabble that'll follow ye. But none cf my Ood-fearie people will risk their lives and their liberty to listen to you." O'Connell looked at him strangely. A far-away glint came i
31 October 1915 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
VIOLENT OUTBURST SOON, Conditions Favourable in the North for Russians.

VIOLENT OUTBURST SOON, Conditions Favourable in the North for Russians.

Petrograd, Saturday. The temporary calm which now prevaile on the Russian westairn front. particularly in the Dvina section, is considered here as unlikely to last long. The situation is 2xtto4beli strained, and signs lead to an exptetation of a fresh and violent outburst of hos
31 October 1915 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England