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  • 47 R.M.C. RECORD. On re-starting, H’s outsides had a good run, but nothing resulted. Then came a free kick for off—side to A, followed soon …

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  • 4o R.M.C. MAGAZINE 6» RECORD “ GUN OF MINE." OH, gun of mine, you are a curse I I ought to pull you through, But some kind friend has pinche …

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  • R.M.C. MAGAZINE (Er RECORD 4I the worst heat of the day, and a shorter trek in the evening from about 4 pm. to 7 pm. The heavy baggage camel …

  • R.M.C. MAGAZINE (59 RECORD 57 HUNTING. SEASON 1922—23. THE past season though it produced very fair sport cannot be said to have come up to …

  • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS " DAISY ” CARTOON AN ALLY THE P.O.R. CRICKET N0. 3 COMPANY As IT MIGHT HAVE BEEN—I AND 11 THE WAR MEMORIAL CHAPEL :—— …

  • 34 R.M.C MAGAZINE (5- RECORD second goal after ten minutes play. P. G. Bamford added a third a minute later, and a fourth soon afterwards. T …

  • I4 R.M.C. MAGAZINE (8 RECORD as a sieve. A moment later his G.S.O.I enters the room, and, approaching him, says: " I am afraid, sir, the cas …

  • 76 R.M.C. MAGAZINE (9 RECORD “ LISTENING-IN." ERY well, Mrs. James, since you really insist, I will tell you why my hair is white, though I …

  • R.M.C. MAGAZINE (5' RECORD 23 Which meant a climb of 7,000 feet above the town. A small Turk observation party was encountered, who fired ofl …

  • 28 R.M.C. MAGAZINE (8 RECORD EGOLE SPECIALE MILITAIRE, 8T. GYR. THIS year, for the first time, a Sandhurst Rugger XV visited l’Ecole Speciale …

  • 46 R.M.C. MAGAZINE (8 RECORD we could see many of the natives running in a bunch to our right, waving their spears and uttering all kinds of …

  • R.M.C. MAGAZINE (3 RECORD I7 How did they get there over that fearful morass which it would take a second Dante to depict ? British pluck br …

  • f? R.M.C. MAGAZINE 6 RECORD 45 noon from about 3 pm. Wandering along the river—bank quite slowly, and with your eyes open, you will see a lo …

  • R.M.C. MAGAZINE (5 RECORD LOGUSTS IN THE ARGENTINE. By A RECENT SUFFERER. FORMERLY it used to be said—and with some truth——that locusts desc …

  • R.M.C. MAGAZINE (5» RECORD 6r our strength I " The King's soldiers, too, in buff and scarlet, were known by their cry of " Queen Mary! ” Whe …

  • 46 R.M.C. MAGAZINE (5' RECORD they could not be seen through) and a bedstead—with no bedding unless a Cadet was “ on his meals.” Into these …

  • , ,4-awn—{gagrm.t.vw;—.;1_WWo- - » ?' 18 R.M.C. MAGAZINE (9 RECORD of battle under a mantle of green. Only the actual front line trenches, d …

  • 44 R.M.C. MAGAZINE (5' RECORD they periodically lobbed stray bombs at each other; and evidently there was a pocket of Hun between us and the …