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How th» Day l» Spent.

How th» Day l» Spent.

The day is started with an Italian lesson one hour of the beautiful, sonorous language. Then the students construct models, study lighting, scene-painting, carving, music, costume-designing, performing, and on. It is an absorbing existence. Once having begun to learn things in s
29 July 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
How to Dress.

How to Dress.

A word about clothes. There is no need adopt the regulation hospital uniform, but the principle which underlies the costume should be remembered. This includes convenience for working ; simplicity, which will not jar on a patient’s nerves; and cleanliness. Cleanliness as it is u
29 July 1913 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
OTHER NEW POPPET MODELS :

OTHER NEW POPPET MODELS :

H.P. 4-cylinder 85 x 130 mm. 5-seated torpedo body, aood, screen, detachable wheels. Dunlop tyres, head, side And tail lamps, horn, pump, jack. COM PLETE. £350 READY FOR THE ROAD
29 July 1913 - Sporting Life - London, London, England
 
DOG RACING.

DOG RACING.

There was A very good attendance at the Royal Standard (hounds on the morning of the 27th, alien Mr Jw. Sanders derided hie £2O 11313yds whippet handicap, the entry of 166 being drawn in 16 heat.. 0 Newell was pistol-firer. .1 Taylor referee, and Sailor Jefferies triguian. Detai
29 July 1913 - Sporting Life - London, London, England
 
NO COMMISSION WIATEVEI

NO COMMISSION WIATEVEI

Oar "TERMS AND RULES," Telegraphic Codes, Ac., oleo "The Continental Sportsman," FREE on receipt of Past Card containing applicant's address.
29 July 1913 - Sporting Life - London, London, England
 
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Telephone Numbers for 162 & 163 Pais:e:%. Telegraphic Add-,. Spotless. Glasgc Copies of my Rules sent to the " Sporting Life... man," "Sporting Chronicle.' Guardian Society, and N Sporting League in caso of di-
29 July 1913 - Sporting Life - London, London, England
 
ROYAL ARRANGEMENTS. THE KING'S DEPARTURE FOR GOODWOOD.

ROYAL ARRANGEMENTS. THE KING'S DEPARTURE FOR GOODWOOD.

The King left London yesterday afternoon for Goodwood. and will not be is town again (save for a couple of nights in the iseeoud week of August) till about the end of September. Ito. Majesty drove from Buckingham Palace. Attended by lord Charles Fitzmaurice and Major Clive Wigra
29 July 1913 - Sporting Life - London, London, England
 
PARAGON A.A.

PARAGON A.A.

There a very good entry for the sports of the Paragon Athletic Association, comprising the employee% of the banwson Paragon Supply Co.. and Caribonnm, Ltd.. which were held on the club giound. Custom House. E., on Saturday. 100yd4 Team Baer—S Edwards. Paragon. I; .1 Eiddoch. Par
29 July 1913 - Sporting Life - London, London, England
 
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29 July 1913 - Sporting Life - London, London, England
 
MATCHES AND CHALLENGES

MATCHES AND CHALLENGES

.1.40 K MATHEWS (Hanley) v. BILLY GEHKINS.—Mr WiUinm Swordy writes to state that he ie prepared to give a £6O purse for the match between these men. A reply through the "Sporting Life" will receive prompt attention. YOUNG OLIPHANT to JIMMY WILDE (Tylcrstown).—Oliphant would like
29 July 1913 - Sporting Life - London, London, England