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A SOVEREIGN AT A TEST MATCH FOR THE FIRST TIME

A SOVEREIGN AT A TEST MATCH FOR THE FIRST TIME

By paying his promised visit to Lord's, on July first Sovereign who has honoured a Test Match further interesting from the fact that the game played at Lord's between Australia and South
July 20, 1912 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
HE KING IN THE DUKE OF DEVONSHIRE'S BOX AT LORDS.

HE KING IN THE DUKE OF DEVONSHIRE'S BOX AT LORDS.

16. the King created a record, for he is the whose large window an excellent view could be had of the game. Later, the members of with his presence. The occasion was made the two teams having been presented, the King went to the Duke of Devonshire's box. he witnessed was the fir
July 20, 1912 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
ROUTE TO THE CONTINENT fJARWICH ACCELERATED SERVICES TO & FROM NORTH GERMANY. NEW SERVICE to DRESDEN with THROUGH CARRIAGES. Via

ROUTE TO THE CONTINENT fJARWICH ACCELERATED SERVICES TO & FROM NORTH GERMANY. NEW SERVICE to DRESDEN with THROUGH CARRIAGES. Via

HOOK. OF HOLLAND (British Royal Mail Route) Daily by Turbine Steamers. Liverpool Street Station dep. 8.30 p.ru. Corridor Train with ist and and class Dinine and Breakfast Cars; no Supplementary Charge for Seats. Through Carriages and Restaurant Cars from and to the Hook of Holla
July 20, 1912 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
p & PASSENGER SERVICES. EGYPT, INDIA. CHINA, JAPAN, AUSTRALASIA, Conveying Passengers and Merchandise to ALL EASTERN PORTS. (Under Contract with

p & PASSENGER SERVICES. EGYPT, INDIA. CHINA, JAPAN, AUSTRALASIA, Conveying Passengers and Merchandise to ALL EASTERN PORTS. (Under Contract with

His Majesty's Government.) P. & O. SUMMER CRUISES, MANTUA" (ii.joo ton'), and SY. "VECTIS." (6.000 tons). From LONDON ("Calling at Leith). RUSSIA, SWEDEN. See Cr. D-Aug. 0—24 Days. NORWEGIAN FIORDS Cr. 7-Aug. >6-13 Days. NORWAY. COPENHAGEN Cr. E-Aug. 28-13 Day«- DALMATIA. VENICE
July 20, 1912 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
WHAT THEY COST AND WHAT THEY CONTAIN.

WHAT THEY COST AND WHAT THEY CONTAIN.

Being additional Analyses of Secret Remedies, the virtues of which are so boldly advertised. Price is. net.
July 20, 1912 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 

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PARLIAMENT,

PARLIAMENT,

THE recent warm weather has inclined the thoughts of Members to holiday-making, and a considerable number have paired already for the summer recess, which is to be limited to two months. There is usually a very small attendance on the green benches, the brightest part of the Pal
July 20, 1912 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
NOTE TO CONTRIBUTORS.

NOTE TO CONTRIBUTORS.

It is particularly requested that all Sketches and Photographs sent to The Illustrated London News, especially those from abroad, he marked on the hack with the name and address of the sender, ns well as with the title of the subject. All Sketches and Photographs used will be pa
July 20, 1912 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
TITLEPAGE AND INDEX.

TITLEPAGE AND INDEX.

The Titlepage and Index to Engravings of Volume One Hundred and Forty (from January 6 to June sg, igizj of ihe Illustrated London News can be had. Gratis, through any Newsagent, or direct from the Publishing Office, if 2, Strand, London, W.C.
July 20, 1912 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
NOTICE.

NOTICE.

It having come to the knowledge of the proprietors of The Illustrated London News that unauthorised persons have made use of the name of this journal and obtained money or credit thereby, notice is hereby given that the proprietors The Illustrated London News do not hold themsel
July 20, 1912 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
By G. K. CHESTERTON. THERE is a fussy something which is abroad to-day, like a huge, invisible bluebottle, which most

By G. K. CHESTERTON. THERE is a fussy something which is abroad to-day, like a huge, invisible bluebottle, which most

of us explain differently and most of us quite wrongly. Thoughtful Conservatives call it innovation ; half-witted Conservatives call it Lloyd George. The more thoughtful Liberals would grope for some such term as bureaucracy ; the more brainless would be content with some grumbl
July 20, 1912 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England