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PIGEON RACING STOPPED

GERMAN BIBIKS KILLED BV FOLK 1-1 The National Pigi on i-iyiii" Club <.[ England received notice last un-v.ih that, by order of the War Cdkv. ,-i 1 • id-.=j, ~ic.ing .ing in the Unu-.d Kingdom w;,- 1. Tin's is due lo the tear u.at (■■■,■! .m,.--. i> : England may nee rm es a a u tiinily for ivk-atiug laid/. t » i'v l, many. Conveyance ul maw,:. bv ,-a; r German c-jauunya sy.-e. m. Gcima-n piir-.TU).s arc rsumiy un-i.n.nA::- .j by ,i id’a dvr ring on tire leg thvi i.„ ; iLhi-h. and genera!';,' it, la- la,- i-an •• K, " stamped on it. . v ho; ily },• for,: war broke out between Enal:rid and G-.-nuam a--,, a] German birds v,;;;..i bad !<...: Imaa w< U’ pick'd Up. aid : m-iv a- I m to believe that G ! brnau;,- 1; ■: ,tt,;u;,v q timti'ii.s al.mp; i!i ■■ .a.,: , .... ii Ac H-rmai> acd Acfmi.-:.-’ lav-, j (dice lo di,"i,.- ; '•-•■' hj -•■- : i, ,n !,.ave b-'f'il -C/. d a::-d Udd. 'ice j: limning j.-i.’-’-on ma -ri a ii. ! i dis-c’o.-o tho cam:-;’ of ( m-a: icmdam. Pu-eona keel, in c.p;Gvdv fa ■ ; •• , ;■ , r ummdlm am .- ill G.ralW ■ ' " ”■ cm over lor;'; ddearc-—. if ■ long,’)’ Gnu-. Grey are a- ‘| .:G : ■ (anc-d ;ii Git;'. I; i k-mp : . a ■ inot Faria iu \:t? j;d at,-o-Gpi m.,A-,: a pigeon OOF. was pram <-; m v i!”• cc -ns The cables ihm we T cl Gd G-. .n riming lied ham; -lopped iu A ■’ Ibe

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PIGEON RACING STOPPED, Issue 15627, 19 October 1914

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PIGEON RACING STOPPED Issue 15627, 19 October 1914

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