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Artist or CreatorDavid Low (1891-1963)
Title or CaptionLow's Topical Budget
Extent1 item
Published byEvening Standard
Date09 Jun 1934
FormatNewspaper
Embedded text or transcriptPrime Peanut Sensation Gives Rodeo performance The conduct of the Prime Peanut
continues to give concern. He has been seen with Jimjam trying to throw his principles by
the tail and mumbling "Land-Tax, Land-Tax". "Rodeos are not cruel" explained Jimjam,
"though rather wearing on the principles. But who needs principles." Vote for Sir Jasper
Low as Emperor Next big meeting Whipsnade for full particulars ask Low's fat uncle Japan
are now producing imitation scotch whisky. This inspire design by Oyeh Sezu, Hon. Low's
Japanese boy Yes thank you very much. Hon. Caledonia -stern and very wild New delerious
trimming Art Criticism by Mussolini - The Women's League of Health and Beauty are
presenting a season of Graceful Larks in the Park. In the absence of the best features of
the original dog version - the barking, biting of ears, and rolling over and over in the
long grass, the proceedings are a bit tame. After Larwood's foot, Wyatt's thumb, Woodfull's
toe, Hammond's ear and Bradman's knee, cricket will now proceed, if the authorities don't
step in and ban it as a danger to public health. Cheat! You didn't toe that one ! New
Traffic Systems One would think the Ministry of Transport would realise the gravity of the
traffic situation and stop trying to tempt pedestrians into new street games. Col. Blimp's
Message to the Nation The Turkish Bath Gad, sir Lord Fevermere is right. We must not stop
our arms factories from supplying the enemy, or they might become unable to supply us, and
then what sort of wars would we have?
Person DepictedMacDonald; James Ramsay (1866-1937)
Thomas; James Henry (1874-1949)
Low; David (1891-1963)
Larwood; Harold (1904-1995)
Wyatt; Robert Elliott Storey (1901-1995)
Woodfull; William Maldon (1897-1965)
Hammond; Walter Reginald (1903-1965)
Bradman; Donald (1908-2001); Sir
Colonel Blimp; (fictional)
SubjectsParks
Music
Resemblance
pedestrians
test matches
fascism
industrial production
kilts
taxation
London
pedestrian crossings
Sports
dogs
Games
imports
Associations
Baths
Festivals and customs
wine
controls
health
political parties
Women's League of Health and Beauty
Whipsnade Zoo
Turkish baths
Traffic
economics
alcohol
land taxes
cricket
Animals
monkeys
Politics
Armaments
injuries
Japan
lights
bagpipes
exports
national dress
Zoological gardens
Playgrounds
Scotland
physical training
musical instruments
dance
whisky
Human beings
SeriesLow's topical budget
Copyright contact detailsNorthcliffe House, 2 Derry Street, London W8 5TT solo@solosyndication.com
Fax: 02075660388
Relates to cartoonDL0836

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Persons
CodePersonNameDatesAboutMultimediaImage
GB/BCA/3MacDonald; James Ramsay (1866-1937)1866-1937   
GB/BCA/9Thomas; James Henry (1874-1949)1874-1949Labour politician. Expelled from the Labour Party and the National Union of Railwaymen in 1930.
Secretary of State for the Colonies 1924
Lord Privy Seal 1929
Secretary of State for the Dominions 1930-1935
Secretary of State for the Colonise 1935-1936.
Resigned 1936 over stock exchange scandal.
  
GB/BCA/1Low; David (1891-1963)1891-1963   
GB/BCA/463Larwood; Harold (1904-1995)1904-1995   
GB/BCA/2182Wyatt; Robert Elliott Storey (1901-1995)1901-1995   
GB/BCA/923Woodfull; William Maldon (1897-1965)1897-1965    
GB/BCA/2183Hammond; Walter Reginald (1903-1965)1903-1965   
GB/BCA/744Bradman; Donald (1908-2001); Sir1908-2001   
GB/BCA/173Colonel Blimp; (fictional)   
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