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Che Ropal Game of Chess.

Che Ropal Game of Chess.

TALKS TO BEGINNERS. No. 6.—WINNING END-GAME FORCE. 1 MEAN by this, force that by reduction or exchanges, or in the case of P's by promotion, becomes Mating Force, as described in Talk No. 5 (see October Magazine). It is assumed, of course, here and elsewhere in my remarks that t
November 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
(Pressman.) ADVISING THE DUKE.

(Pressman.) ADVISING THE DUKE.

The Duke of Connaught's coming visit to India may remind him of a chance conversation he had in Bombay some time ago when he was in command there. He was taking a walk in mufti, and, coming across a retired veteran soldier, fell to talking about many things in general and the Ar
November 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
FOOTBALL (To be

FOOTBALL (To be

Thur., Nov. 18. F.A. V. Cambridge University, at Cambridge. Thur., Nov. 25. F.A. v. Oxford University, at Oxford. 'AMATEUR INTERNATIONAL. Sat., Nov. 13. Ireland v. England, at Belfast. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6TH. League—Division I. Aston Villa v. West Broth. Albion. Blackburn Rovers
November 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
ALCOHOL AND TROPICAL CONDITIONS.

ALCOHOL AND TROPICAL CONDITIONS.

CAPT. COURTENAY C. WEEKS, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. O NE of the greatest testimonies to the value of the R.A.T.A. has been its marked effect in encouraging sobriety in the Indian Army. Some of the facts and figures will appear later. As far back as 1886 Surgeon- Major Pringle (Sanitary
October 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
FOOTBALL.

FOOTBALL.

Last year saw football very successfully resumed on pre-war lines, and great enthusiasm prevailed throughout the country. His Majesty the King showed his interest in the game by attending a Cup Tie at Chelsea, and a League match at Manchester, and at the Cup Final at Chelsea Pri
October 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
remains to be seen, but I think that, at least, we cannot meet with more desperate obstacles than we have

remains to be seen, but I think that, at least, we cannot meet with more desperate obstacles than we have

met here in Constantinople during the past year. "In the meantime we are holding on, and looking forward to our new station in the hope that we may be able to settle down comfortably for a couple of years. "I will inform you in good time of our departure from Constantinople and
October 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
************************************* 3:( for the Quiet lbour. *_ _ _ By CAPTAIN C. C. WEEKS. ************6**********3:f*************

************************************* 3:( for the Quiet lbour. *_ _ _ By CAPTAIN C. C. WEEKS. ************6**********3:f*************

************************************* for the Quiet lbour. *_ _ _ By CAPTAIN C. C. WEEKS. AMONG the texts which have been sent in, as a result of July's "Quiet Hour," are Heb. xiii. 8, Ephes. i. 3, S. Matt. xi. 28, 29—" Jesus Christ the same yesterday, to-day, and for ever " ; "B
October 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
NEW BRANCHES.

NEW BRANCHES.

DEPOT ° , BORDER REGIMENT, CARLISLE.--As the result of Lieut. Stewart's visit we have enrolled twenty-three new members under Section A and one under Section B. The Branch has been lucky in securing the services of Sergt. T. W. England as its Secretary, and everything promises w
October 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
COMMENTS.

COMMENTS.

It is very gratifying to be able to publish the above promising Association News, and it is a great joy to the members of the Council to know that the untiring efforts they give and the time they spend in furthering the work of the Association is so enthusiastically and ably sup
October 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
THE PRINTER OF THIS MAGAZINE, 13. TA. rbtriatu

THE PRINTER OF THIS MAGAZINE, 13. TA. rbtriatu

"PRESS" PRINTING WORKS, ANERLEY, S.E. 20, TAKES especial pride in retaining the appreciative goodwill of all his customers, _ and amongst many who are kind enough to give expression to their good opinion is Captain COURTENAY C. WEEKS, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., R.A.M.C., the General Se
October 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England