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06 August 1910 - Social Gazette - London, London, England
 
Otit of Our failures Wandering Feet that Turned Agaii Home for One More Look at Past (low We are after

Otit of Our failures Wandering Feet that Turned Agaii Home for One More Look at Past (low We are after

these.' -MRS. It was towards the end of summer that she of the golden hair first came to us. The Adjutant wad busy with plans for the Harvest Festival. The Meeting on this particular occasion was about half-way through when a policeman summoned the Adjutant outside, and she stoo
24 December 1910 - Social Gazette - London, London, England
 
ALL PIANOS SENT CAREFULLY PACKED AND CARRIAGE PAID

ALL PIANOS SENT CAREFULLY PACKED AND CARRIAGE PAID

THE MANAGER, Musical Instrument Department, 79 & 81 Fortess Road, LONDON, N.W.
24 December 1910 - Social Gazette - London, London, England
 
We miss YOU

We miss YOU

Communications concerning the following should 04 addressed to: COMMIsSIONER StURGESS, City Colony Headquarters, g 0 Irhiterhavtl Road. London. E. BLAKE, Frank.—Single; age 22; height 5 ft.: dark-brown hair; greyish-blue eyes; fresh complexion. Missing about two months from Sali
24 December 1910 - Social Gazette - London, London, England
 
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24 December 1910 - Social Gazette - London, London, England
 

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THE FP ST AND THE

c. 7-) c./elW"3.cricre tested, yet a poor fellow who thinks he means well, and boasts of his determination to work his way back to respectability again if only he had a chance, should be given that chance. The fact that he makes the mistake of leaving God out of his calculation
30 July 1910 - Social Gazette - London, London, England
 
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30 July 1910 - Social Gazette - London, London, England
 
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30 July 1910 - Social Gazette - London, London, England
 
SUNSHINE FOR THE SLUMS

SUNSHINE FOR THE SLUMS

By sending a small Contribution to the Slum Secretary, 259 Mare Street, Hackney, You will help to diffuse the rays of health and happiness into the drab lives of slum dwellers
30 July 1910 - Social Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE CRIMINAL'S PLEA

THE CRIMINAL'S PLEA

It is an admitted fact that the man who has been guilty of crime for which he has been sent to prison is, after he has paid the legal penalty for his offence, severely- handitapped in' his efforts to obtain a livelihood. This difficulty is undoubtedly a fruitful cause of relapse
05 November 1910 - Social Gazette - London, London, England