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02 August 1924 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS, Aug. 2, 1924 —224

THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS, Aug. 2, 1924 —224

c> cC) - ■-. -Tv'' AUGUST and the holiday spirit are at hand once more, and the ought to conform to the mood the moment. But, although I happen to be writing beside the sea, it not holiday with just yet, only a flying visit to snatch a whiff of ozone and then back to the collar
02 August 1924 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
BOOKS OF THE DAY. By J. D. SYMON.

BOOKS OF THE DAY. By J. D. SYMON.

As a rule, the phrase suggests the lightest of light literary fare, even to frivolity. But there is no nei-d to draw any hard and fast line. Holiday or summer reading may inelude every kind of book. It depends largely on the reader. What will lie holiday to one would penance ano
02 August 1924 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
A ROYAL GROUP ON THE BRIDGE OF THE “ VICTORIA AND ALBERT M j g* (L. TO R.) THE PRINCE OF WALES, THE KING, AND THE DUKE OF CONNAUGHT. |

A ROYAL GROUP ON THE BRIDGE OF THE “ VICTORIA AND ALBERT M j g* (L. TO R.) THE PRINCE OF WALES, THE KING, AND THE DUKE OF CONNAUGHT. |

A ROYAL GROUP ON THE BRIDGE OF THE VICTORIA AND ALBERT j (L. TO R.) THE PRINCE OF WALES, THE KING, AND THE DUKE OF CONNAUGHT. After reviewing the Fleet at Spithead the King sent a message to the Commanderin-Chief, Admiral Sir John de Robeck, in which he said : 1 am proud of the s
02 August 1924 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
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02 August 1924 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
GIANT TORTOISES: HOW THEY WERE ISOLATED. By IV. “P. 'Pycra/I, F.Z.S., Author of “‘Che Infancy of Animals," '“Che Courtship of Animals," etc., etc.

GIANT TORTOISES: HOW THEY WERE ISOLATED. By IV. “P. 'Pycra/I, F.Z.S., Author of “‘Che Infancy of Animals," '“Che Courtship of Animals," etc., etc.

THE discovery by Mr. and Lady Margaret Loder of '■ very large tortoise in Abyssinia, recently anounced in the columns of the Times, raises a theme of great interest, and one which has been the subject of scientific investigation for a generation. And this because the mystery whi
02 August 1924 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
ISLAND TORTOISE.

ISLAND TORTOISE.

This type (TestuJo galapagotnsis) exhibits an approach to the change in the shell structure. It shows a reversal from the rule of the species which has the shell bent down, before and behind, thus protecting vulnerable parts. Photograph by F. W. Bond. been found in association w
02 August 1924 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS. Aug. 2, 1924.—226 THE WORLD OF SCIENCE.

THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS. Aug. 2, 1924.—226 THE WORLD OF SCIENCE.

02 August 1924 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
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02 August 1924 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
HOUSE-BUILDING WITHOUT BRICKLAYER, SLATER, PAINTER, OR DECORATOR DRAWN BY OUR SPECIAL ARTIST. G. H. DAVIS, FROM DETAILS SUPPLIED BY THE

HOUSE-BUILDING WITHOUT BRICKLAYER, SLATER, PAINTER, OR DECORATOR DRAWN BY OUR SPECIAL ARTIST. G. H. DAVIS, FROM DETAILS SUPPLIED BY THE

AIRSHIP GUARANTEE CO., LTD. BUILT OF DUROCRETE, A NEW SUBSTANCE COMB! IKING THE QUALITIES OF CONCRETE AND WOOD : PREFACTO HOUSES THEIR COMPONENT PARTS. We illustrate here a remarkable new method of house-building devised to solve the problem of the housing shortage. The type of
02 August 1924 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England