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t v I III 1 an THE BRANDY WITH A DESERVED REPUTATION. COGNAC g FROMY ETABLIS ZOANSDAGE FROMY, ROG EE iC? 1815 COGNAC PRIZED BY CONNOISSEURS. Agents H. LE FORESTIER CO., 6, Buckingham St., W.C.2 BOLLINGER'S By Appointment to H.M. KING GEORGE V. CHAMPAGNE Special Cuvee DEAFNESS DEF
1 October 1930 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
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f Registered at the G.P.O f THEcvBVSTANDER j OCTOBER 1, 1930 L as a Newspaper SPECIAL HUNTING NUMBER FREE HUN11NGXIST
1 October 1930 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
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The Bystander, October i, 1930 ttie No. 1398. Vol. CVIII IBSYMAMWDIE IR
1 October 1930 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
GUINNESS

GUINNESS

Guinness Guinness keeps its head Off with its Head cried the Queen "XTONSENSE!" cried Alice, "Guinness keeps IN its head!" "Yes," murmured the King, and continued dreamily, "It is the sign of the finest Barley, Malt and Hops blended in a perfect brew. That character istic creamy
1 October 1930 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
The Passing Hour: WHEN "THE THUNDERER" IS CAUGHT NAPPING; THE DUKE DRIVES A 200 YARDS' "SCREAMER"; THE PROBLEM OF THE WEDDING GIFT; TWO INTERESTING WEDDINGS; CHEERFUL SCOTTISH LAIRDS AND LADIES; PERSONALITIES AT PERTH AND INVERNESS; A CESAREWITCH-CAMBRIDGESHIRE DOUBLE

The Passing Hour: WHEN "THE THUNDERER" IS CAUGHT NAPPING; THE DUKE DRIVES A 200 YARDS' "SCREAMER"; THE PROBLEM OF THE WEDDING GIFT; TWO INTERESTING WEDDINGS; CHEERFUL SCOTTISH LAIRDS AND LADIES; PERSONALITIES AT PERTH AND INVERNESS; A CESAREWITCH-CAMBRIDGESHIRE DOUBLE

THE high peak of last week was undoubtedly reached on Wednesday with the open ing night of Noel Coward's Private Lives at the Phoenix Theatre. It was a brilliant audience, and ushered in the Little Season with visions of the new autumn frocks, and many familiar faces that had not
1 October 1930 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 

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SINGERS-- ... CARET & OPERATIC: "Follow a Star," at the Winter Garden Theatre

SINGERS-- ... CARET & OPERATIC: "Follow a Star," at the Winter Garden Theatre

Singers- Ca et Operatic By Verm \oodhouse I* Follow a Star," at the Winter Garden Theatre IN the new musical comedy Follow a Star at the Winter Garden Theatre, the job of the authors, Douglas Furber and Dion Tither adge, was evidently to write a libretto to lit the personalities
1 October 1930 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
TRADING IN LITERARY SHRINES

TRADING IN LITERARY SHRINES

By 1 A. H&mmerton IT came as something of a shock to me the other day to discover that Sir James Barrie's birthplace at Kirriemuir, and the tiny wash house which stands a few yards from its door, were to be offered for sale to the highest bidder by an Edinburgh estate agency. My
1 October 1930 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
PHARMACIES, FOOD AND FAME

PHARMACIES, FOOD AND FAME

By Sy Ivi a ]Lyon THESE mild, early autumn days offer two different aspects of Paris: in its quiet state one receives a soft but vivid impression of the city, and, on the other hand, one is able to learn the impres sions which the natives have of visitors. And during these days
1 October 1930 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
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American Hostess: "Say, folks don't drip that cocktail stuff on the carpet. It burns holes!" F BY HYNES
1 October 1930 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
NOTES FROM FASHIONS ... THEME

NOTES FROM FASHIONS ... THEME

NOTFS FROM hASHIONi ^9 T7" THhMh By Blanche B. Elliott ONE of the features of the Paris Autumn Openings was the extreme diversity of styles shown. Clearly there was no little hesitation amongst some of the Houses in guessing which particular of the new line was to continue. One o
1 October 1930 - The Bystander - London, London, England