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Da ohs Browne's Chlorodg

Da ohs Browne's Chlorodg

Da Browne's Chlorodg The Best Remed for y kno LDS 1r • • • 3 ITIS. P k i COZ o. T M . i n
January 1, 1920 - Children's Paper - London, London, England
 
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January 1, 1920 - Children's Paper - London, London, England
 
On the Rocks.

On the Rocks.

September 1, 1920 - Children's Paper - London, London, England
 
SPECIAL NOTICE.

SPECIAL NOTICE.

Competitors must put their full postal address on each competition, and must put a sufficient amount of stamps on their packets before posting; but are requested not to enclose stamps for replies, as these can in no case be sent. In each Competition the Editor offers two prizes.
September 1, 1920 - Children's Paper - London, London, England
 
SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE COMPETITION (A).

SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE COMPETITION (A).

5. Mary Mitchell, Kemberton School, Shifnal, Salop. 2. Kitty Broad, Stoneybridge School, Belbroughton, near Stourbridge. Honourable Mention.—Margaret Bligh, 75 Melville Road, Leeds; Minnie Hammond, Kemberton School, Shifnal ; Monica Williams, Stoneybridge School, Belbroughton, n
September 1, 1920 - Children's Paper - London, London, England
 
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September 1, 1920 - Children's Paper - London, London, England
 
*NELLY O'NEILL. THE GREEN TOBY JUG. TELL ME SOME MORE. THE STORY OF HEATHER. SIX DEVONSHIRE DUMPLINGS.

*NELLY O'NEILL. THE GREEN TOBY JUG. TELL ME SOME MORE. THE STORY OF HEATHER. SIX DEVONSHIRE DUMPLINGS.

* September Issues. New Titles by Favourite Writers will be published at regular intervals.
September 1, 1920 - Children's Paper - London, London, England
 
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68

April 1, 1920 - Children's Paper - London, London, England
 
The Candle

The Candle

land; the "land of bondage" lay behind them, and they were free! Moses drew up his army, and together they sang a great hymn of thanksgiving. The chorus was taken 11 P by the women with their musical instruments, led by Miriam, Moses' sister. The words were composed by the great
April 1, 1920 - Children's Paper - London, London, England
 
Peace.

Peace.

July 1, 1920 - Children's Paper - London, London, England