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Messrs. Drew, of Piccadilly Circus, Have Just Designed a Novel Leather Luncheon-case, of Which We Give an Illustration Here

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Messrs. 1)rew, of I’Iccadilly (ircus, have just designed mwl leather Inncheon-case s-


tratlon here Al- though only about t enty-seven inches long, it provides hot luncheons for six persons, the two patent vacuumll jars keeping the tood hot for many hours. It is specially de- signed for i’ot ,r in~, yachting, or shooting parties.


Al- nut hes for wo~ ars lod irs. die- I – ,r or fL·csi s FOR SiX IN A 2J-INCW! C-5W Iec Inc,n nest Is SnIl r-SnVlNtsccnR AIorRIS.


Quenen Amclic of Portugal woill be precut a1 a gardlen `artl to be givfln thle grolundls oIt tile oImleln of Rest


for Horses, Cricklewood, .W ., on Thursday afternoon, July 9, when the guests swill be received by the Duchess of Portland Tnikets of admnlission may be obtained from the Secretary at the Hlome, at the price of 2s. 6d. each.



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Issue 3924. - Vol CXLV

Jul, 04 1914

Illustrated London News