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"Sport and. General" Photo. THE KING AND KAMAL— King Edward VIII driving through the streets of Istanbul, accompanied by Kamal Ataturk. with whom his Majesty dined before leaving for Bulgaria on September■ S. This ■ was one of the King's final official visits of his holiday tour.

MR. JOHN BRODTE, who returned to Wellington yesterday on the Maunganui. He is better known to the public as "John Guthrie" author of" "The Little Country."

WELLINGTON'S FIRST MOTOR-CAR.— Mr. W. H. P. Barber, former M.P., seated at the tiller of the first motor-car to be-driven in the streets of Wellington. This car was running in Wellington some years before the car driven by Sir Thomas Wilford, the picture of ivhich appeared recently, and was one of three cars imported by the late William McLean, of Wellington. ._...'

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"Sport and. General" Photo. THE KING AND KAMAL—King Edward VIII driving through the streets of Istanbul, accompanied by Kamal Ataturk. with whom his Majesty dined before leaving for Bulgaria on September■ S. This ■ was one of the King's final official visits of his holiday tour. MR. JOHN BRODTE, who returned to Wellington yesterday on the Maunganui. He is better known to the public as "John Guthrie" author of" "The Little Country." WELLINGTON'S FIRST MOTOR-CAR.—Mr. W. H. P. Barber, former M.P., seated at the tiller of the first motor-car to be-driven in the streets of Wellington. This car was running in Wellington some years before the car driven by Sir Thomas Wilford, the picture of ivhich appeared recently, and was one of three cars imported by the late William McLean, of Wellington. ._...', Evening Post, Volume CXXII, Issue 78, 29 September 1936

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"Sport and. General" Photo. THE KING AND KAMAL—King Edward VIII driving through the streets of Istanbul, accompanied by Kamal Ataturk. with whom his Majesty dined before leaving for Bulgaria on September■ S. This ■ was one of the King's final official visits of his holiday tour. MR. JOHN BRODTE, who returned to Wellington yesterday on the Maunganui. He is better known to the public as "John Guthrie" author of" "The Little Country." WELLINGTON'S FIRST MOTOR-CAR.—Mr. W. H. P. Barber, former M.P., seated at the tiller of the first motor-car to be-driven in the streets of Wellington. This car was running in Wellington some years before the car driven by Sir Thomas Wilford, the picture of ivhich appeared recently, and was one of three cars imported by the late William McLean, of Wellington. ._...' Evening Post, Volume CXXII, Issue 78, 29 September 1936

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