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January 2, 1915 - The War - London, London, England
 
HOW TO HELP.

HOW TO HELP.

are told how peaceful occupations must be left by men who have to obey the call of war. Shakespeare's "Richard II.," Act 2, Scene I.—part of the speech of John of Gaunt. Shakespeare's" Richard lll."—Gloucester's opening speech. Shakespeare's "Henry V.,'' Act 4, Scene iii.—Henry
January 2, 1915 - The War - London, London, England
 
HALF A CROWN. LICKLE TICKLE.

HALF A CROWN. LICKLE TICKLE.

HALF A CROWN. LI CKLE TICKLE. JEAN LANG. Numerous Illustrations in Colour and Line by Harry Rountree. of t h e most charming stories for children ever written. Full of deilrghtnnclotinotnelryeste youngsters,thtrom co.er but even children toc t o e ve v r e ,' c l i . i i l ck r l
January 9, 1915 - The War - London, London, England
 
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March 6, 1915 - The War - London, London, England
 
message is at an end, loses no time in dashing to the captain's cabin to place the important message in

message is at an end, loses no time in dashing to the captain's cabin to place the important message in

his hand. Instantly the whole ship is alive with men, as " Stations " is sounded; while the operator, still hanging on for a further message, is anxiously straining his ears for the next vibration that takes place among the network of wires fixed high over his head. " Enemy ship
March 6, 1915 - The War - London, London, England
 
The Hand Grenade.

The Hand Grenade.

The hand grenade, to which extensive resort has been made by both sides, is, it is almost unnecessary to add, a vastly different thing from the small weapon used in the days when the Grenadier Guards gained their present title. At that time there was a company of grenadiers atta
March 6, 1915 - The War - London, London, England
 
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March 6, 1915 - The War - London, London, England
 
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February 20, 1915 - The War - London, London, England
 
accordingly, has since modified its early attitude, and after giving the movement its blessing, has now decided to recognize it

accordingly, has since modified its early attitude, and after giving the movement its blessing, has now decided to recognize it

officially." The following conditions of recognition were laid down by Mr. H. J. Tennant, the Under-Secretary for War, in a letter to the Central Association on November 19 last : I. It is to be clearly understood that only the names of those can be registered who are not eligib
February 20, 1915 - The War - London, London, England
 
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STURDY BRITONS PREPARING TO GUAg° THE

, This photograph shows the South-west London Division of the Home Defence League on parade. Established ,at last, th well expressed by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle at the Guildhall meeting held on November 25 last: "None of us vva.- we are, : l ug soldie do the little bit we can for
February 20, 1915 - The War - London, London, England