BULLY BEEF

... BULLY BEEF. PERHAPS it may interest you to hear of a complaint that comes from the trenches somewhere in France. the usual Army ration, I believe, consists of bread, or so many biscuits, and meat ; which is known as bully beef,. Now this bully ...

Published: Saturday 24 July 1915
Newspaper: Daily Mirror
County: London, England
Type: | Words: 72 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

BISCUIT AND BULLY BEEF

... BISCUIT AND BULLY BEEF. Biscuit and bully beef are still entrenched in the front lines of the Army menu, but the Land of the economiser is now felt in the distribution, says the Daily News. Any good Juan can eat all the bully he gets nowadays, said ...

Published: Saturday 16 June 1917
Newspaper: Westerham Herald
County: Kent, England
Type: | Words: 322 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

BULLY BEEF MENACE

... BULLY BEEF MENACE WASHINGTON, Friday.—The Trade Commission has t ...

Published: Saturday 12 July 1919
Newspaper: Daily Herald
County: London, England
Type: | Words: 115 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

BULLY BEEF NON

... BULLY BEEF NON. Of come some return hod to be made, and 6o our men throw over a tin or two of bully beef. Presently back flew a piece of paper wrapped round a atone. It read Dully Beef Non. After that we threw some sweet bib. culls and i tin of jam ...

BULLY BEEF NON

... BULLY BEEF NON Of course, some return had to made, and so our men threw over a tin or two of bully beef. Presently back flew a piece paper wrapped round a stone. It read. Bully Beef Non.” After that we threw some sweet biscuits and a tin of jam. Cither ...

Published: Monday 10 January 1916
Newspaper: Western Mail
County: Glamorgan, Wales
Type: | Words: 152 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

BULLY BEEF BOMBS

... BULLY BEEF BOMBS. Dastardly German Plot to Wreck Munition Factories. I The (iermans continue to employ the methods of the A.narchist aid outlaw. The latest frightfulness is an infernal machine disguised as bully beef. Intimation of this fact is ...

Published: Sunday 15 July 1917
Newspaper: Weekly Dispatch (London)
County: London, England
Type: | Words: 599 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

BISCUIT AND BULLY BEEF

... BISCUIT AND BULLY BEEF. Biscuit and bully are still entrenched in the front lines of the Army oenu, but the hand of the economiser is now felt in the distribution, says the thiify ** Any good man can eat all bulfv gets nowadays,’* said weather-bitten ...

BULLY BEEF. THE VICTORIOUS

... BULLY BEEF VICTO France, Frnday — There is a run on bully beef in France—not among ovr with it—but troops, who declare they are “fed up’ im all classes of French Bully beef is, im fact, a “dish which has just made its appearance on the menus of several ...

Published: Monday 16 November 1914
Newspaper: Liverpool Daily Post
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 276 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

bully beef non •

... bully beef non • Of course,, some return had and our men threw over a tin bully beef. Presently back flew paper wrapped round a stone. Bully Beef Non.” After that some sweet biscuits and a tin vV cigarettes came back. I have - eP . them. They had on ...

Published: Monday 10 January 1916
Newspaper: Daily Record
County: Lanarkshire, Scotland
Type: | Words: 307 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

BISCUIT AND BULLY BEEF

... BISCUIT AND BULLY BEEF. Biscuit snd bully beef are still entrenched in the front lines of the Army menu, but the hand of the economiser is now felt in the distribution, says the Daily .Yew*. Any good man can eat all the he gets nowadays, said weather ...

Published: Saturday 16 June 1917
Newspaper: Driffield Times
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 100 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

“BULLY BEEF XNON

... “BULLY BEEF XNON. Of course some return had to be made, and so our men threw over a tin or two of bully beef TPresently wack flew a piece of paper wrappe! round a stone. It read: “Bully Beef Nen.” After that we threw some sweel biscuits and o tin of jam ...

Published: Monday 10 January 1916
Newspaper: Evening Star
County: Suffolk, England
Type: Article | Words: 411 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

BULLY BEEF STEW

... BULLY BEEF STEW. Christmas D wc had parade, and the officer- gave us nuts, figs, cigarettes, and oranges. For dinner wc had bully beef stew (rotten) and one eight-pound pudding between 18 men. But in the evening we had another feast with our stock, and ...

Published: Wednesday 23 February 1916
Newspaper: Preston Herald
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 258 | Page: 3 | Tags: none