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BRITAIN’S NAVAL MIGHT SEEN FROM THE AIR: A VISTA OF WAR-SHIPS AT SPITHEAD PHOTOGRAPHED FROM AN AEROPLANE. Tile processional lght of the atr-raNf was the most novel feature of the great Naval Assembly at Sp thead. On the Monday, July so. the King ,n the Royal Yacht led the fleet to sea, and when the yacht anchored, twenty-two miles of war-slops passed belore him. Sixteen sea-planes and some land
AN AIRMAN’S VIEW OF THE NAVAL ASSEMBLY: A PHOTOGRAPH FROM AN AEROPLANE- SHOWING PART OF THE MACHINE IN THE FOREGROUND. aeroplanes took part in the air-craft display, flying, some past the Royal Yacht, and some over it After mspectmg the fleets and the patrol flotillas, and watching tactical exercises, the King returned to London the same evening.-I PldoCraph by Emery and Son.]
J’hcl,.,llz,, BEFORE THE MUTINY ON THE “KOMAGATA MARU ” INDU IMMIGRANTS IN A DETENTION-SHED. Te dlpute caused by the reusal of the Canadlan authoritien to admit t Hindu mlrmgrants on the ” Komagata Maru ” reached on July t9, when nearly 350 Hindus, whose deportation had he ordered, mutmnhed on board the vetoel at Vancouver. Te Canadian cruser ” Rainbow ” was ordered to Vancouver, and inatroctions were given that troops should be used if necessary
CARDBOARD MONEY LIKE RAILWAY TICKETS ISSUED BY THE MEXICAN ” REBELS ” : A 5 CENTAVOS AND A -o CENTAVOS PIECE.
PAPER MONEY ISSUED BY THE MEXICAN “REBELS ” A 50o CENTAVOS NOTE.
TESOReRIA GENEIIA De ST rI ,.LI…….Lr. N AhýL ……… V, -3U N P’ E SO E-. GlOAL. FrA TCUBCOYZ.t PAPER MONEY ISSUED BY THE MEXICAN ” REBELS ” A ONE PESO NOTE. During the troubles in Mexico the Rebels or Constitutionalists have issued both paper and cardboard money. The latter closely resembles railway tickets A peso is equivalent to a dollar, a peseta to a franc, and a centavo to a cent. or hundredth part of a dollar. FrT,,o mllli,l upplrd b;h Li ‘utiant J. S. Hhcks. R.A.L.I.
Photo. C.N. HACKED BY A SUFFRAGETTE: MILLAIS’ PORTRAIT OF CARLYLE IN THE NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY. Another outrage on public art treasures in the cause of Woman’s Suffrage took place in the National Portrait Gallery on July 17, when a young woman, whose name was not disclosed, hacked with a butcher’s cleaver the portrait of Thomas Carlyle by Sir John Millais Three serious cuts in the canvas were inflicted The damage is estimated at from 4£5 to £50. The picture cost £txoo. -· ~1
Photo I..1 . TO BE SIR ERNEST SHACKLETON’S WINTER QUARTERS IN THE ANTARCTIC: THE PORTABLE HUT AT MILLWALL DOCKS.-
I – Photo.Top irol. RrtoNTLv bNSPECTED BY PE ALBOABDEn: SIB EBNWST SNACULE- T O N ‘ S B I P . N B E E N BL ‘ *AN C P . ”
Photo. Top`cal. ON BOARD THE SHIP WHICH WILL CONVEY THE SHACKLETON EXPEDITION TO THE ANTARCTIC: THE OFFICERS’ MESS ON THE ° ENDURANCE.”
Queen Alexandra and her sister, the Empress Marie of Runsia, with Princess Victoria, recently inpected the ” Endurance,” the vessel which is to take Sir Ernest Shackleton’s new Expedition to the Antarctic She was t.en lyin in t’e West India Docks, and the hut to be used for winter quarters was pout
up alongside. The accommodation on board i somewhat limited, and Queen Alexandra remarked on the smallness of the saloon which is to ere as dining, smoking, and sitting room combined. She presented Sir Ernest Shackleton with two flas and a medallion in enamel as mascot