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The first knitting club for men!. The first mens knitting club has been formed Featured 18 Jul 2015 Print

The first knitting club for men!. The first mens knitting club has been formed

The first knitting club for men!.
The first men's knitting club has been formed in Prague with the avowed object of propagating and teaching the art of knitting among men'.
The club has already 50 members, including business and professional men, young men, and old men with beards. The club meets regularly, when the atmosphere is filled with the steady clicking of the knitting needles as busy masculine figures we've socks, pullovers and other useful articles.
Photo shows, a bearded member of the club giving all his attention to the work in hand. His neighbours on either side seem equally determined to produce a nice even stitch.
27 January 1938

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Marconi rotating beam transmitter at Inchkeith, Firth of Forth, Scotland. This Featured 18 Jul 2015 Print

Marconi rotating beam transmitter at Inchkeith, Firth of Forth, Scotland. This

Marconi rotating beam transmitter at Inchkeith, Firth of Forth, Scotland.
This revolving wirelss beam apparatus projects a horizontal ray of short wireless waves which sweeps round the horizon in about 2 minutes sending out distinctive signals indicating the direction in which the beam is pointing at the moment. A vessel desiring to know its hearing in relation to the lighthouse only requires to note on a short wave received at each revolution of the beam. This indicates absolutely the bearing of the lighthouse because only on that definite bearing can that distinctive signal be transmitted by the apparatus.
Marconi Wireless Co Ltd.
1 January 1925

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Dicing for Maids Money at Guildford, Surrey. Miss Ruth Claxton throwing the winning dice Featured 18 Jul 2015 Print

Dicing for Maids Money at Guildford, Surrey. Miss Ruth Claxton throwing the winning dice

Dicing for Maids Money at Guildford, Surrey.
Miss Ruth Claxton throwing the winning dice ( and taking the smaller amount ). Beside her is Miss Elizabeth Mary Dorey, the loser ( who takes larger amount ) Two maids are short - listed to throw dice and the one with the highest score gets the cash ; another local charity fund is used for the consolation prize and because this charity has performed better in terms of earnings over the years, the runner - up gets more money than the winner.
Also seen is Mr Gatton Swayne, the chairman.
28 January 1926

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