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Polo Tournament in Sydney.
"SYDNEY MAIL" FEATURES.
Pictures of the Sheep Show and the polo tournament are naturally among the Important í^atuies oí this week's "Sydney Mall," al- though events of general importance are not neglected The Issue Is one of wide Interest, and is sure to appeal to all classes of readers
Many pages aie devoted to the Sheep Show, and the Illustrations include large pictures of the champions and other prize-winners The show Is reviewed In special articles by "Mulga " A page of sketches by Alex Gurney show some of the prominent breeders who attended
The double page of the Issue Is devoted to the polo tournament, and the illustiatlons Include snapshots of the play, groups of luncheon parties mid pictures of the Mus- wellbrook and Assamanders teams, winners of the Countess of Dudley Cup and the Sir J J Garvan Cup respectively A feature of the pages is a composite picture containing a number of sketches from an artist's note-
Other Illustrations In the issue Include a full-page picture of Sharmock V, the America Cup challenger, and illustrations of the NSW -New Zetland Rugby League match, a strenuous game of hockey, the sheep dog trials, the English Derby, Lady Somers's trip by aeroplane to Darwin, the Clarence River Bridge, the VRC Gi and National Hurdle Race, and other events at home and abroad
The reading matter Is equally diverse In character In the Financial Outlook pnge ' Mentor" deals with the need for mining de- velopment and reviews the balance-sheets of a number of important institutions and com- panies Dr L O S Poidcvln contributes another special article apropos the Austia llan cricketers In Englnnd and writes an ap- preciation of Don Bradman This article is accompanied by several Interesting pictures, Including cartoons of members of the Aus- tralian team tis seen by Trecl May, the well known English cartoonist Another special article is entitled 'The rilm, the Child, and the Grown Person," and there Is a special short story entitled "Old Bet " The latest talkies are reviewed and the sections devoted to women's interests and so_ial news and motoring and tuif contain a number of special articles All the othei regular features are also included in the issue
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