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OTHER TIMES: SAME MANNERS

OTHER TIMES: SAME MANNERS

By H ANN FN THE older generation will remem ber Irving's strange voice, which, impressive though it was thought when I was young, would excite such derision to-day that the so-called great tragedian would be laughed off the. stage. It was a sort of moaning snarl, like a wolf in
01 January 1930 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
EX-WIVES and OTHERS

EX-WIVES and OTHERS

EX. WIVES and OTHERS By Ralph S tr&us I DO not expect that the late Sir Herbert Tree's sugges tion for the brightening of divorce will ever receive favourable consideration-- even in America, but what a charm ing suggestion it was! His idea, you may remember, was to have a pleasa
01 January 1930 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
NEW FEATURES FOR 1930: A Gliding Club

NEW FEATURES FOR 1930: A Gliding Club

New Features for ipso By Capt. C. -E. Wa rd A Gliding Club THE Royal Aero nautical Society is interesting it self in the formation of a gliding club for the London district, and in the meantime there is a prospect that branches will be started at Northamp ton, Taunton, and Lympne
01 January 1930 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
TEACHING THE YOUNG IDEA

TEACHING THE YOUNG IDEA

TEACHING THE JOUNG IDEA By Cfodhypper" THE Christmas or the New Year's present of many a keen school boy sportsman took the form of a 20-, 16-, or a light 12-bore gun-- as the case might be-- the proud and youth ful recipient of which will already have "bagged his first hedgerow-
01 January 1930 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
MAX BAKER'S SHOOTING NOTE: SHOOTING PROPAGANDA

MAX BAKER'S SHOOTING NOTE: SHOOTING PROPAGANDA

MAX BAKER'S SHOOTING NOTE SHOOTING PROPAGANDA f TN making a few suggestions regarding an annual dinner given to keepers, beaters, i stops and everybody else on whom the welfare of a shoot depends I stressed the need to establish a jovial atmosphere as soon as possible. Speeches s
01 January 1930 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
THE WORTHINGTON KENNEL CLUB

THE WORTHINGTON KENNEL CLUB

meeting on Sunday morning at the t(Five Bells The boss keeps Nelson behind the bar when the house is open. Says he's as sweet-natured as a little child but the way nervous strangers jump when they catch sight of him hurts his feelings. Once, when a race tough started making trou
01 January 1930 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
Fashions Fancies

Fashions Fancies

I 1st M II I If t H A CLEVER ADAPTATION OE THE PRINCESS GOWN To the majority of women the Princess line is only becoming when it is skilfully modified. In this heavy black marocain frock from Woolland Bros., which is slightly bloused at the waist, the sheath which moulds the figu
01 January 1930 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
"Schweppe"

"Schweppe"

Qchweppe Qchweppe iili I iMBBBiliIIlPVA their views on every subject are individual and lively on the latest topics but some things are settled beyond discussion, and one of these is that the soda water which enlivens so many other liquids must be m JW THEOR/G/NAL SODA WATER Also
01 January 1930 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
"SALE-ING" ADVENTURES: Useful Dresses

"SALE-ING" ADVENTURES: Useful Dresses

"Sale -inc Adventures By iDIive Ca/ey Smith Useful Dresses CERTAIN things there are which women who sustain a reputation for dressing well on a limited income always buy during the sales. Stockings, gloves, and lingerie rank high among these, with dresses and coats, so long as th
01 January 1930 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
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ONE' EXCUSE AS G O O D A S A N O T H E R BY VERNON WARD
01 January 1930 - The Bystander - London, London, England