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HOW A CH CAN HELP.—A child can help by collecting money through self-denial giving up s weets, birthday presents, and other treats—as well as by actual work. Many children are as clever as grown-ups in knitting and sewing, and may appropriately work with their t leedles for the
12 December 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON.

THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON.

J. WALTER BUCHAN. A biography of lie "Iron Duke," uni - orin with "Sir Walter Raleigh." With sixteen illustrations. THREE SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCE. THE STORY OF THE "VICTORY." GEOFFREY CA ',LENDER. The life-story of the famous fighting vessel from the launch to the final anchorage
12 December 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
lir' A MINE OF CURRENT FACTS AND FIGURO. Published by THOMAS NELSON AND SONS for THE SCOTTISH PROVIDENT INSTITUTION FOR MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE.

lir' A MINE OF CURRENT FACTS AND FIGURO. Published by THOMAS NELSON AND SONS for THE SCOTTISH PROVIDENT INSTITUTION FOR MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE.

A MINE OF CURRENT FACTS AND FIGURO. Published by THOMAS NELSON AND SONS for THE SCOTTISH PROVIDENT INSTITUTION FOR MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE. ASK YOUR BOOKSELLER TO LET YOU SEE IT. 16 of 0 1 erman mortars recovered from the flooded area in Flanders. THE WAR Nelson's Picture Weekly De
05 December 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
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05 December 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
[I )0 - Cl/1 I,e'r 5, 194'

[I )0 - Cl/1 I,e'r 5, 194'

05 December 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
[Pe,ember NI I A volley instantly rang out, and one of this countrY's most dangerous enemies was blotted out for

[Pe,ember NI I A volley instantly rang out, and one of this countrY's most dangerous enemies was blotted out for

all tirne . t The reason for loading the rifles beyond the sig li t of the men is obvious, since it is not intended th a t any one man should have it on his conscience t h e he had shot a fellow-creature in cold blood. 1 : „ b e men could guess, of course, from the recoil of wea
05 December 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
The atie Cross. Every one knows the work of the Red Cross in ministering to suffering humanity, but few are

The atie Cross. Every one knows the work of the Red Cross in ministering to suffering humanity, but few are

aware that the Blue Cross devotes itself to the succour of wounded horses, which are here seen receiving treatment at the front.
05 December 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
A CITIZEN ARMY IN THE MAKING.

A CITIZEN ARMY IN THE MAKING.

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05 December 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
THE COST OF WAR. This diagram indicates the aggregate ANNUAL cost of the great wars between 1793 and 1912. The

THE COST OF WAR. This diagram indicates the aggregate ANNUAL cost of the great wars between 1793 and 1912. The

final column shows the estimated expenditure of all the combatants for the first THREE MONTHS of the present war. It will be noticed that the financial burden of all former wars sinks into absolute insignificance beside that of the War of Nations now raging. , 0 I , 13 CO • I 0
05 December 1914 - The War - London, London, England
 
The flooded area in Flanders. . , , I . I . =4 77 , : • i .ii..: ,

The flooded area in Flanders. . , , I . I . =4 77 , : • i .ii..: ,

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05 December 1914 - The War - London, London, England