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July 15, 191 b

July 15, 191 b

15 July 1916 - Social Gazette - London, London, England
 
LATEST BY PAR

LATEST BY PAR

At the National Charities Co 1 3" vention, which recently cone - hided it' deliberations at Indianopolis, 1 13 e, Salvation Army was represented by fourteen Officers. In conmxicn with a growing agitation against vice, in Japan' The Salvation Army has undertake' an immediate exte
15 July 1916 - Social Gazette - London, London, England
 
SISTERS' KEEPER!

SISTERS' KEEPER!

Have You Seen ? Have You Heard? Have You Done? APPEAL FOR WOMEN HELPERS Have you watched the dear little children of tender years waiting outside the public-houses for mother.? Ay, and they will wait—wait until they are old enough to enter those doors for themselves, and partake
12 August 1916 - Social Gazette - London, London, England
 
Freezing Coco-Nuts

Freezing Coco-Nuts

An American has deyised a means of removing coco-nilt shells by freezing the nut until the shell is slightly contracted, and then subjecting it to a comparatively high temperature so as to cause rapid exnansion. Cracks in the shell are thus produced. A series of hammer blows the
19 August 1916 - Social Gazette - London, London, England
 
Army Looms Commended

Army Looms Commended

Increasing Demand for More Some very interesting news comes from India as to the splendid success which is attending the use of Salvation Army patent hand-looms. So popular have they become that they are being inquired for him the Punjab to Darjeeling and between that and Ceylon
15 January 1910 - Social Gazette - London, London, England
 
The ques invei prise Vie iingi n E 1761 era i —wl cana total river mon Lion 183 C

The ques invei prise Vie iingi n E 1761 era i —wl cana total river mon Lion 183 C

15 January 1910 - Social Gazette - London, London, England
 
Never Went to Sunday School

Never Went to Sunday School

The wonderful freemasonry of The Army spirit was beautifully illustrated in this little family gathering. The comrades of an hour's acquaintance already knit heart to heart by their common interest in the War, it needed only a little further encouragement from the genial host to
29 January 1910 - Social Gazette - London, London, England
 
Feeding Norway's Poor

Feeding Norway's Poor

M.P. Visits with Slum Officer It is difficult to say exactly how many poor have been helped by The Salvation Army during the Christmas celebrations in Norway (writes Staff-Captain Hjelm-Larsen). One thousand tickets entitling the bearersto provisions were distributed by the Offi
29 January 1910 - Social Gazette - London, London, England
 
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29 January 1910 - Social Gazette - London, London, England
 
PIGO.CRIZS

PIGO.CRIZS

creased as he got. stronger, until in a month's or six weeks' time he would not have been recognized as the same man. He was led to Christ. and by the grace of God was enabled to overcome hik fault. He stayed on the Farm long enough to learn something about farming, and finally
12 March 1910 - Social Gazette - London, London, England