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CORRESPONDENCE. LORD ROBERTS AND TEMPERANCE IN THE ARMY. (To the Editor of tho "Pioneer.") Sir,,—-It is a fortunate thing for our country that we never lack to any great ex-tsjit tho ply of mn suitable to occupy pubic whetheir in Parj-ianscint, the Army, Navy, or any other sphere of pubiio life, a>t home or abroad. But it does not always happen tha-t they receive the best support. So that Wijot. it is stated that the scheme to promote tem.peraaice in the Arcnny at (home and the Coloniesi for the sake of efficiency has not. been so suoecseiul a.s in India a* would like to know why this is i-o. How many units are supplied with Temperance Rooms and 'how many are there without; pcriha-ps tills can be stated.—I am., etc. OLD ATHLETE.

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