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belong to one of the two sections of the Association, and if officers will only come forward and give a

belong to one of the two sections of the Association, and if officers will only come forward and give a

lead, they will be doing much for the wellbeing of the Army. If this came about, the R.A.T.A. would assume a very different position from what it has ever occupied. It would be very numerous, very powerful, and would speak with a strong and influential voice. A general feeling i
December 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
IS THERE ANY FOOD VALUE IN ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES?

IS THERE ANY FOOD VALUE IN ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES?

THE REV. COURTENAY C. WEEKS, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. THIS is a question which has been much debated for years past. The answer depends very largely on how we define or explain the word food. It has generally been said that a food is something which is necessary for the upbuilding of
December 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
PANTOMIME.

PANTOMIME.

The Christmas pantomime or harlequinade is, in its present style, essentially a British entertainment, and was first introduced into this country by a dancing master of Shrewsbury, named Weaver, in 1702. One of his pantomimes, entitled "The Loves of Mars and Venus," met with gre
December 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
FROM OUR HAVERSACK.

FROM OUR HAVERSACK.

PUT SNAP INTO THE SALUTE. Rear-Admiral Usher has found occasion to find some fault with the manner in which officers and enlisted men of the Navy salute. He tells them in a bluff way how they should salute, and how they should not salute. While these orders apply directly to nav
December 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
SIR,

SIR,

1. In furtherance of my letter of the 18th ult., para. 5, I now enclose, on behalf of the Council of the R.A.T.A., a Memorandum containing some general suggestions as to the future working of the Army Temperance Association on which your opinion, and those of formations under yo
December 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
THE MAGAZINE.

THE MAGAZINE.

We require many more subscribers to the Magazine. The issue at present, owing to prevailing prices and general conditions, is very expensive, and is a great drain on the already too slender resources of the Association. Our circulation is only 1,200 copies, and considering the n
December 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
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000003:(0tE3:0:0:0:(00000 * 0 * 0 * for the lb ct ottr. * O * " The star which they saw in the East went before them." IN studying a history we ought to watch not only what a people did but the hopes that led them on from age to age, for "we live by admiration, hope and love." Ev
December 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
, Items of Sport. . ,

, Items of Sport. . ,

T 0 read the accounts of the glorious weather our cricketers are having in Australia makes one envy those who live "down under," and also those whose prowess with the willow and leather has brought them such a trip. The tour will entail some very hard work, but there is every in
December 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
A GIRL ON "MAN."

A GIRL ON "MAN."

Mr. McCurdy, the Food Controller, at a dinner given by the Federation of Grocers' Associations, gave an amusing account of a letter received from the head-mistress of a Girls' High School. It contained a little essay written by a girl on" Man," and ran as follows :—" Man is what
December 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
THE VESSEL-CUP.

THE VESSEL-CUP.

There is a very pretty custom, now practically obsolete, of bearing the" vessel," or, more properly, the wassail cup, at Christmas. This consists of a box containing two dolls, dressed up to represent the Virgin and the Infant Christ, decorated with ribbons and surrounded by flo
December 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England