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01 October 1917 - Link - London, London, England
 
RTISEMENT AND

RTISEMENT AND

years, wishes to meet elderly gentlemen in London. Real friendship given. All answered. (55.) Two Pips (London, S.E.), demob'd, very lonely, engaged City, seeks one real chum, 25-30, broadminded, affectionate, evenings, week-ends. Photos exchanged. Scotsman preferred. (57.) Dum
01 October 1920 - Link - London, London, England
 
POST FREE 7,1 d IN WRAPPER -

POST FREE 7,1 d IN WRAPPER -

01 February 1919 - Link - London, London, England
 
O. 50 [Founded 1915.1 WHYS--AND OTHERWISE, help to checkmate scoundrels when they reveal I N the ordinary way it is

O. 50 [Founded 1915.1 WHYS--AND OTHERWISE, help to checkmate scoundrels when they reveal I N the ordinary way it is

a difficult thing to contemplate an undesired 7id., but in con- themselves. Happily, there have not been many, which is wonderful considering the hundreds of nection with such a paper as the " Link " advertisers whQ have been dealt with during the I :ite a lot of zid.'s can be,
01 March 1920 - Link - London, London, England
 
Knocked Down! " But as the purpose of the _ advertisement would be thereby rendered futile, J doubt the utility

Knocked Down! " But as the purpose of the _ advertisement would be thereby rendered futile, J doubt the utility

even from the point of view of making the paper brighter and more interesting. I have in mind particularly a letter sent to me a few weeks ago without comment by a lady. It runs somehow like this:— "Dear Madam, " I have just seen your advert, in the "Link' and should be obliged
01 March 1920 - Link - London, London, England
 

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London, W. " I must not leave here without thanking you for the benefit I have had by becoming a

London, W. " I must not leave here without thanking you for the benefit I have had by becoming a

member of the Link.' You have sent me many friers, for which lam more than thankful. Having an urgent call home, I am compelled to leave London. However, I hope to meet the friends I have made in the near future again."
01 April 1920 - Link - London, London, England
 
SUBSCRIPTION RATES —Sin

SUBSCRIPTION RATES —Sin

free. 7i-d.; 3 Months, 1s Vic", ; 6 Mon 3s. 3d.; 12 Months, Os. Od. Printed for the CAtus PRESS by J. ALEXANDER. & Co.. 16 Roscoe Street, London, E.C. and published by the Proprietors at 3 Wine Office Court. Loudon. E.C.4.
01 April 1920 - Link - London, London, England
 
DECEMBER, 1920.

DECEMBER, 1920.

" Sir,—lt is high time I sent you a few lines to let you know that if you don't cease your deceitful adyertisements regarding the " Link " steps will be taken to place the facts before the Public Prosecutor. You batten on the credulity and ignorance of domestic servants and othe
01 December 1920 - Link - London, London, England
 
L ONELY (London, S.W.), 23, workipg class, tall, fair, would like to meet young lady, 22-23 of same ' class.

L ONELY (London, S.W.), 23, workipg class, tall, fair, would like to meet young lady, 22-23 of same ' class.

Photo. Genuine. (734.) B" (London, W.C.1.), 23, sincere, tall, desires girl friend. Must be tall, vivacious. Photo appreciated and returned. (737.) (Afloat).—Would two sporty girls write W to two sporty boys, due to arrive London 15th Dec.? View to having jolly time. (739.) WORK
01 December 1920 - Link - London, London, England
 
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01 December 1920 - Link - London, London, England