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DAILY MIRROR

DAILY MIRROR

MAY 12, 1918
12 May 1918 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
PLAN TO INVADE HOLLAND

PLAN TO INVADE HOLLAND

How Germany Held Thousands of Troops in Readiness on Frontier. AMSTERDAM, Saturday. According to the Middelburg Courant, as quoted by Het Volk, German soldiers on the frontier say that if the recent dispute with Holland had led to a conflict the German plan was immediately to ad
12 May 1918 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
SUNDAY PICTORIAL MAINLY FOR : WOVIE

SUNDAY PICTORIAL MAINLY FOR : WOVIE

SUNDAY PICTORIAL MAINLY FOR WOVIE A straw band, a petal crown, tulle streamers. Red lines on cream serge and a loose coat of red over the waistcoat. From an Albert Hall Box.—Everyone told everyone else beforehand that the Blue Ball was going to be a frost. So that I was quite sur
11 July 1920 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
BEAUTIFUL HAIR

BEAUTIFUL HAIR

"HARLENE HAIR-DRILL" MAKES THE HAIR GROW AND KEEPS IT IN HEALTH AND BEAUTY. 1,000,000 OUTFITS FREE. L ETTERS of thanks are pouring in from practically all parts of the world—where the writers express the greatest satisfaction at the success achieved in the practice of "Hair Dril
11 July 1920 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
SERVICES LAWN TENNIS.

SERVICES LAWN TENNIS.

Representatives of the Navy, Army and R.A.F. are taking part in an Inter-Services Championship Tournament at Queen's Club. The winning team will be that winning the greatest number of matches. At the end of the first day the Army had won four, the Navy three and the Air Force on
11 July 1920 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
A DINNER-AND A LETTER. LONDON, Sunday Morning PEOPLE ARE ASKING WHAT was behind the Maurice letter. I think I can

A DINNER-AND A LETTER. LONDON, Sunday Morning PEOPLE ARE ASKING WHAT was behind the Maurice letter. I think I can

tell them. Unless rumour lies, a dinner was behind it. There was, so the story goes, recently an evening meal attended, among others, by some of the highly-placed officers whose services have been dispensed with by the Gov- The Navy was also represented. ernment. The Political T
12 May 1918 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
SUNDAY PICTORIAL, 4 T)0? 11

SUNDAY PICTORIAL, 4 T)0? 11

12 May 1918 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
HUBERT WALES OH PAGE FIVE

HUBERT WALES OH PAGE FIVE

HUBERT WALES PAGE FIVE DERBY TRlAL.—Pucka Sahib, a much-fa ncied outsider, forging ahead in a trial run at Epsom. . WI N DSO R.—Beauregard (Strydom up); a - Derby runner and favourite in Royal Windsor. Handicap, was unplaced. R. B. Lindsay, who J. de B. Collenette again won the L
29 May 1921 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
Gli" THIS YEAR? change came in the west in spite of Hindenburg's known aversion to strategic retreat. Mr. H. W.

Gli" THIS YEAR? change came in the west in spite of Hindenburg's known aversion to strategic retreat. Mr. H. W.

WILSON, author of " Ironclads in Action," " With the Flag to Pretoria;" and a well-known journalist. There appears to me little probability of our• breaking through this year, though it is possible that, with a series of successes, we might force the Germans back some distance,
08 October 1916 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
Miss Dorothy Fane, who plays a leading part in "Ye Gods!" (lliott and Fry.) Notable Zepp Dates. It was the

Miss Dorothy Fane, who plays a leading part in "Ye Gods!" (lliott and Fry.) Notable Zepp Dates. It was the

first of October—but the fourth since September. * * Ear Elack Sheep. .1 presume Zepp skippers will bar PotterS Bar future * * Potting the Zepps. Which reminds me that there is gome talk of rechristening that historic spot Zeppelin Potters' Bar. * * * Good Biz. A super-Zepp wort
08 October 1916 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England