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io. 3902. vol. cxliv.

io. 3902. vol. cxliv.

31 January 1914 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
Copyright of all the Editorial Matter, both Engravings and Letterpress, is Strictly Reserved in Great Britain, the Colonies, Europe, and

Copyright of all the Editorial Matter, both Engravings and Letterpress, is Strictly Reserved in Great Britain, the Colonies, Europe, and

the United Stales of America. DRAGGING A “RED CROSS” COAL - CART TO A HOSPITAL. At the beginning of the coal-porters’ strike in London, it was announced that a of fuel to hospitals and charitable institutions. In the meanwhile, mcd.cal students number of the hospitals were in ne
31 January 1914 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
Q A NAD A FOR HOLIDAYS AND SPORT. ALLAN VaV.:- L 1 n Popular Pioneer Service. Hirst Sailing, 1819.—Famed for

Q A NAD A FOR HOLIDAYS AND SPORT. ALLAN VaV.:- L 1 n Popular Pioneer Service. Hirst Sailing, 1819.—Famed for

comfort, lor exceptional cuisine, service, and for everything that makes an ocean voyage satisfactory and pleasant. By the adoption of triple-screw turbines.in R.M.S. VICTORIAN and VIRGINIAN, vibration reduced to a minimum. Marconi Wireless in all the Steamers. R.M.S. ALSATIAN a
31 January 1914 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
CHATTO AND WINDUS.

CHATTO AND WINDUS.

Herbert Fry’s Royal Guide to the London Charities. Edited by John Lane. is. 6d. WERNER LAURIE. Atlantis. Gerhart Hauptmann. 6s. MUIRHEAD. The King's Ships ; VoL 11. H. S. Lecky. 425. net per vol. BLACKWELL. Studies in Portuguese Literature. A. F. G. Bell. 6s. Austria of the Aust
31 January 1914 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
THE HUMBLE BIRTHPLACE OF THE GRAND OLD MAN OF CANADA : THE HOUSE AT FORRES IN WHICH THE LATE LORD STRATHCONA WAS BORN.

THE HUMBLE BIRTHPLACE OF THE GRAND OLD MAN OF CANADA : THE HOUSE AT FORRES IN WHICH THE LATE LORD STRATHCONA WAS BORN.

There were many romantic stories as to the humble birth and up-biinging of the late Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal, but, like so many stories of the kind, these were often exaggerated that they might have extra picturesqueness. It is not a fact, for instance, that the late Peer
31 January 1914 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 

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OF LORD STRATHCONA LEAVING WESTMINSTER ABBEY.

OF LORD STRATHCONA LEAVING WESTMINSTER ABBEY.

SHOWING THE MOTOR-HEARSE AND MOTOR MOURNING-COACHES : THE FUNERAL CORTEGE Son of the late Alexander Smith, of Archieston, Scotland, he had a good Scottish schooling, at the end of which he studied law with the idea of becoming "writer” for “John Company” in the East. He went to
31 January 1914 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
THE PYRAMIDS PHOTOGRAPHED FROM THE AIR FOR THE FIRST TIME : A CURIOUSLY

THE PYRAMIDS PHOTOGRAPHED FROM THE AIR FOR THE FIRST TIME : A CURIOUSLY

THE COLLISION BETWEEN THE 9.50 A.M. The 9.50 a.m. Paris-to-London boat-train and a goods Calais on January 23, and a number of English passengers
31 January 1914 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
PHOTOGRAPH TAKEN BY M. MARC POURPE.

PHOTOGRAPH TAKEN BY M. MARC POURPE.

M. Pourpe stated recently that he was staying two days at Luxor in order to do some work he had | region he had traversed. -The formal Amalgamation of Northern and Southern Nigeria in a common undertaken for Lord Kitchener, who had been much impressed by the fact that he had flo
31 January 1914 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
THE FIRST SUB! IRINE OF THE ROYAL AUSTRALIAN NAVY IMMEDIATELY AFTER

THE FIRST SUB! IRINE OF THE ROYAL AUSTRALIAN NAVY IMMEDIATELY AFTER

THE FIRST EQUESTRIAN STATUE OF KING EDWARD VII. AND A NEW MONUMENT FOR PARIS : LANDOWSKI’S KING EDWARD UNVEILED. The most Parisian of English rulers had a memorial unveiled to him the other day in the Rue Edouard VII., and intended for the Royal Australian Navy, 1« Paris, called
31 January 1914 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
PARIS-TO-LONDON BOAT-TRAIN AND A GOODS TRAIN, SOME TEN MILES FROM Cl

PARIS-TO-LONDON BOAT-TRAIN AND A GOODS TRAIN, SOME TEN MILES FROM Cl

train were in collision about ten miles from I of the express were derailed, and the guard ■ rs had very narrow escapes. The front coaches I frost preventing a signal-wire from working, -
31 January 1914 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England