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and prices are high WILL YOU SEND 10/. to help to feed them this Christmastide 7 10,715 Barnard° Boys fought for you. Cheques payable "Dr. Barnardo's Homes Food Fund" and crossed, may be addressed to the Honorary Treasurer: Howard Williams, Bsq., 18 to 26, Stepney Causeway, Lond
December 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
COMPETITIONS.

COMPETITIONS.

Look out for some very interesting announcements in the near future.
December 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
3rd Tank Bn.,

3rd Tank Bn.,

BOVINGTON CAMP, WOOL. 17th November. Owing to a large number of officers and men being still away on strike duties and leave, only fifteen men were present for the address in the Y.M.C.A. Hut. One N.C.O. and two men of the 2nd Tank Bn. were also present. Difficulties are made to
December 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
THE UNKNOWN SOLDIER.

THE UNKNOWN SOLDIER.

A short time before Waterloo, "S. H." writes, in the "Saturday Review," someone was questioning Wellington as to his opinion of the result of the campaign. The Duke pointed to a British infantry private standing in the street in Brussels and said : " It depends on that man."
December 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
A CHRISTMAS PUZZLER.

A CHRISTMAS PUZZLER.

Can you work this out? Three men, and a monkey, took a bunch of bananas with them on a railway journey, and they decided to divide the bananas equally amongst themselves. They all went to sleep, and when one man woke up he divided the bananas equally in three, but found he had o
December 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
"WELCOME."

"WELCOME."

The story of a Royal Visit to Birmingham "The Royal guests drove to Birmingham by road from Packington Hall, and on the outskirts of the town they had to pass a small local police-station. As decorations were the order of the day, the officer-in-charge was not going to be behind
December 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
(Christmas Orretings.

(Christmas Orretings.

Lieut.-Gen. Sir H. M. Lawson, K.C.8., Chairman of the Executive Committee, sends the following message to all our members: I wish to convey to all members of the R.A.T.A. my most cordial Christmas Let us make the branches, to an increasing extent, centres assisting in social rec
December 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
service.

service.

"The reports are indisputable that the use of alcoholic liquors in enemy countries led to such evils that sharper measures had to be taken for the . remainder of the War against this hereditary enemy of the German people.* "Strict order should have been issued for the whole of G
December 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
GETTING DAD'S CONSENT. A MODERN CONVERSATION. By A. G. THORNTON.

GETTING DAD'S CONSENT. A MODERN CONVERSATION. By A. G. THORNTON.

" ERY pleased to meet you, Mr. Terry. I've heard a lot about you from Kathie." "Call me Harold, sir." "Why, certainly. Make yourself at home in that chair, my boy." "Great pity, don't you think, sir, the unstable political situation ? " "Glad to note you take such an intelligent
December 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
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December 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England