Black and White Budget, No. 17, Vol. II, February 3rd 1900

2 BLACK AND WHITE nUDGEl Feb. 3,1900 LAST WEEK’S ISSUE OF Black &White Budget reached a Circulation of 520,000 St. Paul’s Cathedral, to the top of the Cross, is 404 feet high. Last week’s issue, stacked, reached to a height seven times greater than St. Paul’s. Placed end to end, last week’s issue reached from London to Portsmouth, a distance of 97 miles. Week by week we shall show how the Black and\\ iiite Bud get column grows, St.and Paul’s becomes smaller. Week by week we shall show how Black Wand iiite Bud get extends beyond Portsmouth. 520,000 IS NOT OUR LIMIT. LACK AND WHIT EST. PAUL’S LONDON TO BUDGET PORTSMOUTH The portraits in this Budget are by as follows :—General Sir Charles Warren, Gregory and Co. Maj.-Gen. Woodzatc, Eiliott and Fry Mr. Rene Bull, Taber Mr. Angus Hamilton. Hollyer Mr. Mortimer Menpss, Mendelssohn Maj.-Gen. Kundie. I\usscil and Sons.’ All the pictures are by Our Special Correspondents with the exception ot the following:—General Sir George White's birthplace, H. Esler Neiv South Wales Lancets, Knight, etc. LONDON WOKING
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