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FOB THE LITTLE FOLKS

... FOB THE LITTLE FOLKS. Three toy books, Box ot Tricks, ' Puppy Tales and A Lucky Dip, each G. E. Studdy, and published by John Swain and Son, Ltd., have reached us. Abounding illustration, plain and colour, and the simple form of text, they are splendid ...

Published: Saturday 13 October 1923
Newspaper: Hull Daily Mail
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 70 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

“PRINTERS’ PIE.”

... writers, including Hilda Cowham, .Sir Henry Lucv, Mr. Max Pemberton. Mr. Raven Hill. Mr. George Mr. G. B. Burtrin. Mr. C. E. Studdy. Mr. Aihol Forbes. Mr. Law-on Wood. Lieutenant-Colonel Newmiani Davis, and other*. The “Pie” needs other commendation. The ...

NEW BOOKS RECEIVED YESTERDAY

... BRITAIN AND IRELAND/* VV. (Tbo Eatatea Gazette, Ltd., fa. €d. o«t.l *' FISHINO. A Dlaenoal* H. T. Sherin«ham. Symctem* G. E. Studdy. (Fir’d and Queen I Horace Ckhtl Ltd., la. net.l “ FIRST COMMUNION/* the Rev. A. R. Runneh-Mw, M.A. (Second EdUioal. iLoctmacs ...

MAGAZINES:

... contributors include Max Pemberton, Hesketh Prichard, Owen Oliver, William Caine, and H. M. Bateman, Alfred Leete, Will Owen, G. E. Studdy, Heath Robinson, and many others. One of the best of many good articles is entitled Which Are Smarter—Men or Women? in ...

Published: Friday 17 December 1920
Newspaper: Sheffield Daily Telegraph
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 246 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

SCREEN CARTOONS

... what it feels like to be filmed, the first victim being H. M. Bateman. Later, he is to be followed by Gilbert Wilkinson, G. E. Studdy, Bert Thomas, and others. Cartoons on the screen, especially animated cartoons, have a peculiar charm, and one wonders why ...

Published: Wednesday 23 March 1927
Newspaper: Leeds Mercury
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 229 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

YACHTING

... 14m.. lh. 11m. ICk.; Jay, cutter (Mr. T. N. 23m., lh. 19m. Swallow, sloop (Capt. 20m. 30a, Ih. 22m. Tomboy, cutter (Mr. T. E. Studdy), 18m. 305., lh. 26m. 4a ; Freda, cutter (Captain Goldsmith), 23m., lh. 26m. 675.; Mayeie, cutter (Mr. G. F. Woods), 59m ...

THE START

... JOHN COLLIER ISRAEL ZANGWILL ; Sir LANDON RONALD Prof. J. ARTHUR THOMSON SSm'™ I Two-Headed Snakes j GEORGE ROBEY Etc.\ G. E. STUDDY PCX VHIIDC In the Days of My Youth IUUKw ...

VALENTINE'S CALENDARS

... base novelty calendars, ard some very fine designs appear in this section with illustrations Mabel Lucie Attwell and G. E. Studdy. For who are ford of real photo designs, some specially fine examples are be had in Striking photographs of lovely children ...

Published: Tuesday 04 December 1928
Newspaper: Hull Daily Mail
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 246 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

“ PRINTERS- PIE-m«.-,

... Pcgram, Frank Reynolds, W. Heath Robinson, Harry Rountree, Tony Sarg. Charles Sheldon, E. 11. Shepard, G. L. Statnpa, G. E. Studdy, Charles Sykes, Lane© Thackeray. J. H_ Thorpe, F. H. Townsend, Tom Wilkinson, Wilson, Lawson Wood. Starr Wood. . - “Printers’ ...

Published: Thursday 09 June 1910
Newspaper: Sheffield Daily Telegraph
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 340 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

CHRISTMAS PIE

... -Somerset Maugham. Storm Jameson, Gilbert Dennis Wheatley, Lord Dunsany, Louis Golding, Denis Mackall, Lawson Wood; G. E. Studdy and Ililngworth among them. .There are 112 pages 'ln all Including several colour—a dish for- all appetites. Christmas ...

“PRINTER’S PIE,” 1914

... Heath Robinson, Harry Rountree, Tony Barg, byam Shaw, Charles Sheldon, Ernest H ; Bhepard, A. T. Smith, G. L. Stampa. G. E. Studdy, Charles Sykes, J. H. Thorpe, Godfre> Wilson, Lawson Wood, Starr Wood. The volume is published by the Sphere and Tatler, ...

Published: Thursday 21 May 1914
Newspaper: Sheffield Daily Telegraph
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 250 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

Pounders Frequent

... —the latest edition Just out —which it is a delight and education to peruse. The cover Is adorned with charming drawing G. E. Studdy. the humorous artist, of old-time angler gloating over a catch trout the sort fondly dream about; and the numerous coloured ...