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The Royal Army Temperance Association. (UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE ARMY COUNCIL.)

The Royal Army Temperance Association. (UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE ARMY COUNCIL.)

OBJECT:---The promotion of Sobriety in the British Army, through the formation of Branches, whereby it is sought to establish a strong Regimental opinion in favour of strict sobriety, uprightness of character and decency of language in the fear of God. MANAGEMENT :—ls vested in
August 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
.. THE .. ANNUAL I/ EETING

.. THE .. ANNUAL I/ EETING

OF THE Ropai iirmp Cemperance Association WILL BE HELD ON
March 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
OUR "CENTRAL AIM."

OUR "CENTRAL AIM."

MY DEAR COMRADES, Here we are on the eve of our Twenty-fifth Annual Meeting and Conference, which promise to mark a real a dvance in our work. Everything is in line, and we sure, from the sentiments expressed in the many letters that we have received, that on all hands the " Cen
May 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
FROM ALL QUARTERS.

FROM ALL QUARTERS.

LIQUID BREAD. The late Mr. W. S. Caine, M.P., said : I remember once seeing over a public-house door in Liverpool, 'Good ale is liquid bread,' 'I went into the house, and said, ' Get me a quart of liquid bread.' " The landlord said: 'Ah , first-rate sign, isn't it ? ' Yes,' said
May 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
 
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November 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
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February 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England