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02 January 1913 - Cycling - London, London, England
 
The Ladies' Page (contd.).

The Ladies' Page (contd.).

is monotony, above all things, which tends to render so many avocations uncongenial. But devotion to cycling is easily explained, for no other recreation can provide such glorious exhilaration, such complete relief from the minor worries—the headaches and heartaches—of woman's d
02 January 1913 - Cycling - London, London, England
 
SMALL TALK.

SMALL TALK.

LIE case is quite clear," said the bald magistrate, beaming benevolently upon the superbly-groomed defendant. "This gentleman is charged with killing a cyclist, but the evidence shows that he did not, kill him in the police. court, sense. He merely collided with the deceased whi
02 January 1913 - Cycling - London, London, England
 
RALEIGH

RALEIGH

the All-steel bicycle, with Brooks' Saddle, Dunlop Tyres, and Sturmey- Archer 3 - speed Gear, which is guaranteed for
02 January 1913 - Cycling - London, London, England
 
RIDE A iIIESIIISA "All Black" Bicycle

RIDE A iIIESIIISA "All Black" Bicycle

RIDE A i IIESII I SA "All Black" Bicycle for all-weather cycling. No other bicycle will give you such complete satisfaction and so little trouble:, It is always ready, and is easily kept Clean and smart by wiping over with a damp cloth or sponge. The B.S.A. All Black is specially
02 January 1913 - Cycling - London, London, England
 
JA2cILARY, 1913. With just enough shadow to make son appreciate the sunshine. The revised version of the traditional greeting will

JA2cILARY, 1913. With just enough shadow to make son appreciate the sunshine. The revised version of the traditional greeting will

have to be: "A Muddy Christmas'and a Sloppy New. Year." It is stated that the course selected for a recent Australian road race was patrolled by a corps of motorcyelists, "to guard against riders receiving outside pace." When this becomes necessary in England it will be time to
02 January 1913 - Cycling - London, London, England
 
THE WORLD OF

THE WORLD OF

A Wise Resolution. My New Year resolution Till now I've always found Is fragile stuff, a week's enough To cast it to the ground. So this year I've determined, Whatever fate may bring, That, taking warning from the past, My annual resolve shall l'ast. At least until the spring. A
02 January 1913 - Cycling - London, London, England
 
N.B.

N.B.

CLINCHER GUARANTEE
02 January 1913 - Cycling - London, London, England
 
A Wonderful Tyre.

A Wonderful Tyre.

lIN. MENTION " CYCLING." Hundreds of unsolicited Testimonials have been received eoquently testifying to the excellence and bard-wearing properties of this now famous tyre. z`•:': • ETFINK 3 tHEAASID ?YP-
02 January 1913 - Cycling - London, London, England
 
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02 January 1913 - Cycling - London, London, England