Black and White Budget, No. 19, Vol. II, February 17th 1900

000,000 B ln rk *Wk »te Bud tfc itS starred m ailt a columnS 1/ *“times tkc. licirfkt o f S^R i u l s wliirfi i s 404 ‘feef liitj BLACK AND WHITE BUDGET Feb. 17, iqco OF NUMBER 18 the First Printing Order was St. Paul’s Cathedral, to the top of the Cross, is 404 feet high. No. 18, stacked, makes a column eight and a-quarter times higher than St. Paul’s. Placed end to end, last week’s issue reached from London to Bournemouth. Look at a map and see what this means. Week by week we shall show how the Bi.ack and White Budget column grows, St.and Paul’s becomes smaller. Week by week we shall show how Black and White B udcet extends through England. AND WE SHALL NOT STOP ST.AT PAt'I/S LONDON TO KOU RNEM0 UT1I The portrai sin this Kudgct arc by as follows I.scut. C'hr.trpion <le Crespigny, 1’assano Drivers Wright, Woodward, Nugent, llauhins, Knight l.icut.-i’ol. 1’iichanan-Riddell, Harnett: Col. 1‘lumer, ISafsano. All the pictures are by Our Special Corrtspordctst with the e.vccption of types on board the*' Winifredian, which is by Priestley and Sons.
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