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29 December 1928 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
M'AMMA,” asked little Diana, who made me?” Heaven, my darling.” And who made you, mamma?” Heaven, my darling.” Pausca And

M'AMMA,” asked little Diana, who made me?” Heaven, my darling.” And who made you, mamma?” Heaven, my darling.” Pausca And

then ... Mamma, don’t you think Heaven’s turning out better work now than it used to.” tjVE-E-T—What does that spell?” asked a school teacher of one of her boys. He did not know. Well,” said the teacher, a cow has four of them and 1 have two. Now what is it?” The lad’s answer wa
29 December 1928 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
CABINET MASK.”

CABINET MASK.”

As for what the crowd outsidebusiness men and the like—are saying, they smile. Now and then some newspaper yells “Wake up, you chaps, and consider the facts,” whereupon writers are accused of rudeness and making international relationships difficult. It is regrettable that Sir A
29 December 1928 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
WHY NOT DO NOW? 'l’Uti new and enlarged edition of The Sporting Times baa created an increaned demand for the

WHY NOT DO NOW? 'l’Uti new and enlarged edition of The Sporting Times baa created an increaned demand for the

world’s wittiest weekly, and there* fore many an old reader is being left without his Spobtinc Times. Every reputable newsagent in the kingdom has The Spoktinc Times, because he knows that there is a steady demand for it. But he cannot always forecast with anv degree of accuracy
29 December 1928 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
Sotorioua heading Article.

Sotorioua heading Article.

ri'IIKKK are still with us many an old Pink ’Uu-ile who can recall Dormer’s . nous indiscretion in the early ’nineties. was then editing the Johannesburg , ever ultra-imperialist organ, and ■,l, Duke- Clarence lay dying. To the rprise everyone on the Rand, the Star , ,nc out wit
08 December 1928 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 

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'Delicacies.

'Delicacies.

LONDONERS little realise what they owe to this French steam packet company. Without it, their tables would be deficient of many a delicacy. In the early afternoon the finest of salads and vegetables in French gardens are carefully gathered and sent to Dunkirk for special dispatc
08 December 1928 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
Tn the Swim.

Tn the Swim.

team of lady swimmers who will represent this country in South Africa, are being given a good send-off. Sir Claude Champion de Crespigny is tendering the team farewell dinner December which is next Thursday. The function will take place in the Carlton Club annexe, and several ch
08 December 1928 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
A COMING RUMPUS.

A COMING RUMPUS.

The, Limited Questionnaire. “THE CADDIE.” Jf'ROM -what can gathered, the Scottish Union do not intend to lie down quietly to the Royal and Ancient authorities who have in hand the matter of the suggested alterations in the standard ball, and it can be taken being well within the
08 December 1928 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
THE RIDGE HOTEL

THE RIDGE HOTEL

KINGSTON TUOCE. Sussex’s Beauty Spot. . Mm. M. DELANEY ‘Phone; LEWES ««1
08 December 1928 - Sporting Times - London, London, England