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ALAS, MY POOR BROTHER ! ( The cerebral formation insignificant Featured Sussex Life Image

ALAS, MY POOR BROTHER ! ( The cerebral formation insignificant

" ALAS, MY POOR BROTHER ! "
( " The cerebral formation insignificant.......... the jaw superb " - Press comment on the skull of the most ancient Briton recently unearthed in Sussex. )
PARTY POLITICIAN : " See how even in this distant progenitor of ours we may trace those traits which, evolving throught the ages, make us the Parliamenterians we are ! "
Drawing by Will Dyson, an Australian illustrator and political cartoonist, well known for his socialist viewpoint.
1910s

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Tommy Handley, Joan Harbin, Molly Weir and Tini Goss, drop-in at the local before Featured Sussex Life Image

Tommy Handley, Joan Harbin, Molly Weir and Tini Goss, drop-in at the local before

Tommy Handley, Joan Harbin, Molly Weir and Tini Goss, drop-in at the local before giving a complete Itma show to 500 ex-servicemen at a Welcome Home in the tiny Sussex village of Wadhurst, last night (Saturday). The show was given voluntarily by the company, and a cheque for ?60, to be donated to That Man's favourite charity, was handed to him afterwards. The absence of Colonel Chinstrap from the picture is probably explained by the absence of drinks in the bar counter.
9 March 1947

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Blessing the plough at Chichester Cathedral. The ancient ceremony of blessing the Featured Sussex Life Image

Blessing the plough at Chichester Cathedral. The ancient ceremony of blessing the

Blessing the plough at Chichester Cathedral.
The ancient ceremony of blessing the plough took place yesterday (Plough Sunday) at Chichester Cathedral when a plough was drawn in procession from the County Hall to the Cathedral. The plough was drawn by young farmers in knee length white coats with a ploughman at the stilts. In the Cathedral the plough was placed in front of the choir screen and the Bishop, Dr bell, preached a sermon. Farmers, workers and W L A members grouped themselves round the plough and the ploughman and the WLA representative invoked the Bishop's blessing.
Photo shows, the Bishop of Chichester welcoming the plough on its arrival at the Cathedral.
14 January 1946

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