The English Review: January 1920 Austin Harrison

ISBN: 9781331505921

Published: September 27th 2015

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The English Review: January 1920  by  Austin Harrison

The English Review: January 1920 by Austin Harrison
September 27th 2015 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 118 pages | ISBN: 9781331505921 | 5.17 Mb

Excerpt from The English Review: January 1920There are three materials of notable interest, the names of which an familiar to us all- these are: Viyella, Aza, and Clydella. They combine comfort with warmth, are practical and useful, andMoreExcerpt from The English Review: January 1920There are three materials of notable interest, the names of which an familiar to us all- these are: Viyella, Aza, and Clydella. They combine comfort with warmth, are practical and useful, and suitable for day and night wear in winter and summer weather. Men especially value it highly as the ideal material for shirtings.

The fact that many leading sportsmen and doctors insist upon Viyella for their shirting proves that it is worth while to know its advantages. For winter nightgowns, shirts, and blouses, Viyella cannot be beaten- it is made in various weights, is soft, light, warm, and non-irritant, and that it is unshrinkable is proved by a guarantee being given to replace any garments if they should shrink in washing.

The Viyella shirts and blouses are well cut and smartly shaped, and obtainable in great variety. Men, as well as women, highly appreciate the Viyella shirts, which are especially suitable for winter wear. Wearers of Viyella find Aza, manufactured by the same firm, a pleasant change for the warmer days. For while Viyella is made in various weights, it is always a woolly texture, and Aza is a cloth rather different in texture - cool for summer wear, yet equally protective. Clydella is a new material which is fast winning the same favour as Viyella and Aza - a material of silky softness, and, like the others, one which will stand any amount of hard wear.

It is quite unshrinkable, and obtainable in a variety of designs suitable for all purposes. Clydella is specially suitable for the home making-up of ones own garments - shirts, blouses, and underwear - while for childrens frocks there is nothing better - a material, in fact, which will give every satisfaction for day and night wear.

Clydella, Aza, and Viyella garments and material by the yard can be obtained of all drapers.A house without books has been likened to a room without windows. But books without a bookcase soon make a house untidy, and become quickly soiled by lying about on tables or open shelves. For books unless properly preserved are harbingers of dust, and treasured volumes deserve a better fate. We are all more or less book collectors, and we should begin at once to be bookcase collectors. In this way we can build a library by degrees without spending a lot of money at once. The Oxford Sectional Bookcase, which has been exhibited at many exhibitions, is one of the best kinds procurable.

Each section of it is a perfectly constructed piece of furniture. The bookcase is splendidly finished, and is made in many varieties to harmonise with different furnishing schemes for library or study. The patriotic book-lover should write for a free booklet to the sole inventors and manufacturers, Messrs. William Baker and Co., Ltd., Oxford - established over 100 years.We have watched the war bread get whiter and whiter, and, consequently, more appetising, and, maybe, have ignored the fact that brown bread has always been good, especially Bermaline best brown bread, which is one of the most delicious and nutritious of daily breads.About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books.

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