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GAME No. 36.—OPENING No. 15 By THE EDITOR. 11-15 21 14 2- 6 23 14 A-21 17 6-10 24 19

GAME No. 36.—OPENING No. 15 By THE EDITOR. 11-15 21 14 2- 6 23 14 A-21 17 6-10 24 19

C-11-16 9-13 22 17 15-24 25 21 25 21 13-22 28 19 16-23 8-11 26 17 6-9 26 19 17 14 4- 8 B-31 26 8-11 10-17 29 25 9-18 30 26 And 32 23 forms the following position.
August 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
The Royal Army Temperance Association.

The Royal Army Temperance Association.

(UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE ARMY COUNCIL.) Che Object of the Association: "The Promotion of Sobriety in the British Army at home and abroad, throtiv i the formation of Branches, whose object is to establish a strong regimental opin i° , fi in favour of strict sobriety, uprightne
March 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
going astray, which contained books and instructions, etc. We are glad that, with such a keen Secretary as Corp. Kellaway,

going astray, which contained books and instructions, etc. We are glad that, with such a keen Secretary as Corp. Kellaway,

things will soon be in shape. CARDIFF.—Through our -train being late, we had rather a rushed meeting at the ROYAL WELSH REGT. DEPOT. However, fifty-seven "A" pledges were taken at the meeting, under the Chairmanship of Capt. Douglas, M.C. There is a nice room for R.A.T. A. at th
March 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
" Well,' I thought, ' this is the queerest description of bread I ever read in my life.' Then he

" Well,' I thought, ' this is the queerest description of bread I ever read in my life.' Then he

gave me a number of small percentages of curious things, which he had put carefully down on each corner of a piece of white paper, and which amounted to about a quarter of a thimbleful of dirty-looking powder. That was the bread—two per cent. ' And there would not be so much as
May 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
WINNERS' SECOND ROUND. Wins 9 2 2 Kaiser Goldsboro Biggs Ward Coleman 2 Glaskie 3 Fricker 1 Holmes 1 Rawlinson

WINNERS' SECOND ROUND. Wins 9 2 2 Kaiser Goldsboro Biggs Ward Coleman 2 Glaskie 3 Fricker 1 Holmes 1 Rawlinson

*Eckersley * Retired. WINNERS' THIRD ROUND. Wins. Draws. 2 Kaiser 1 Coleman 0 1 Riggs 3 Goldsboro 0 Ward, a bye.
May 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
SOCCER.

SOCCER.

IMPORTANT DATES IN THE HISTORY OF THE GAME. 1710. First record of the game being played at public schools. 1855. Sheffield Club founded. 1863. Football Association founded. 1866. Offside rule revised to embody principle now in force. 1871. F.A. Cup Competition inaugurated. 1872.
December 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
The Royal Army Temperance Association.

The Royal Army Temperance Association.

I UNDER THE AUTHORITY OR THE ARMY COUNCIL.) Che Object of the Association: "The Promotion of 'Sobriety in the British Army at home and abroad, throug the formation of Branches, whose object is to establish a strong regimental opini ° , ll o in favour of strict sobriety, uprightn
January 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
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January 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
THE LATE MR. ROBERT WHYTE, JUN.

THE LATE MR. ROBERT WHYTE, JUN.

_ Mr. Robert Whyte, Jun., wa:, Chairman of the N ational Temperance League and a member of our In his death the whole cause of national Lrogress sustains a very real and deep loss. Mr. vvhyte brought to the cause of temyerance great gifts heart and mind, inspired and strengthene
January 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
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January 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England