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    NO MORE BUNNY-HUGGING.—The adoption of this idea was recently explained in "The Sun" cables. It is to prevent dancers gelling too close together. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    HE DOUBLE CROSSED THE CHANNEL.—M. Georges Barbot, French airman, who flew a 15 h.p. monoplane across the Channel. He flew across on a Sunday, and after a slight interval returned again to France. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    DOWN TO IT.—Impressing scen[?] of Calcutta Mahometans at their last festival. The great cong[?]gation is here shown in the first act of beginning prayer. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    A WINTER FASHION which, as well as being warm, is decidedly ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    SECOND STAGE of the Groat Calcutta Festival. This shows the congregation on the Maidan actually at prayer. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    CAN YOU CANOE?—In the afternoon when the shadows are lengthening, and the river is quiet, take your little birch canon and [?] along the banks. Then you will find [?]ment—and an appetite for dinner. This pretty little scene is typical of [?] river in the far-off country. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    BALDWIN IS CONGRATULATED by youths from the Baldwin Iron Works, Swansea, who visited the Prime Minister at No. 10 Downing-street. This shows Mr. Stanley Baldwin in the garden with his employees. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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