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Text: The optical magic lantern journal: volume 9 number 107 (April 1898)

Type of text
periodical issue
Format
36 pages
Series
Publication
London, England: Magic Lantern Journal Co. Ltd, April 1898
Contributor

Editor: TAYLOR, J. Hay  (c.1858-1936)

Main language
English
Retail price at publication
2d.
Contents

Notes, pp. 53-54

Practice makes perfect, p. 55

A lantern outfit without cylinders or bags, pp. 55-56

Important trade mark case, p. 56

‘ Magnet’, How cinematographic machines work: no. IV, pp. 56-57

George Kilburn, Lantern slide apparatus, pp. 57-58

G.R. Bryce, Drawing room exhibitions, pp. 58-59

Edmund A. Robins, Hints on bromide enlarging, pp. 59-60

Fred. J. Scrimgeour, Rubber tubing, pp. 60-62

Charles E. Rendle, The lanternist's practical cyclopaedia: no. XVIII [Mineralogy - Object teaching], pp. 62-63

Lumiere Frères (trans. Jules Fuerst), Lumiere's acetone pyro-developer: no. I, p. 64

G.R. Baker, Manipulation, pp. 64-66

New apparatus, p. 66

Patent intelligence, p. 67

Charles Jackson, Correspondence, pp. 67-68

Editorial table, p. 68

Notes and queries, p. 68

Advertisers

Fuerst Brothers, p.i (margins)  –  Lumiere plates and papers, Hauff's developers

W.B. Whittingham & Co., p.i (margins)  –  clearance sale of photographic stock

Perken, Son & Rayment, p.i  –  'Optimus' lanterns, cinematograph etc.

Walter Tyler, p.i  –  'Helioscopic' lantern, latest slide sets etc.

J.H. Steward, p.ii  –  optical lanterns, cinematographs, Davenport-Steward universal arc lamp

Archer & Sons, p.iii  –  'Ideal' and 'Photinus' lanterns

W. Watson & Sons, p.iii  –  'Motorgraph' cinematograph and camera

W.C. Hughes, p.iii  –  'Pamphengos' lantern, 'Moto Photoscope' cinematograph, 'Moto Bijou' camera

Various small advertisers, p.iv  –  general advertisements

Morley & Cooper, p.iv  –  lanterns, slides and accessories

James Bamforth, p.iv  –  life model slides, illustrated songs etc.

Newton & Co., p.iv  –  'Improved Phantasmagoria' lantern, Ives' 'Photochromoscope', new lantern slide sets

A. Clarkson & Co., p.v  –  Duplex regulator

F. Brown, p.v  –  Stedman-Brown automatic oxygen generator

Manchester Oxygen Company, p.vi  –  'Injector' mixed gas jet

Philipp Wolff, p.vi  –  cinematograph films and machines

Sandell Works Co. Ltd, p.vii  –  Sandell lantern plates reduced to ordinary prices

Eastman Photographic Materials Co. Ltd, p.viii  –  Eastman's daylight changing cartridge roll holder

C.W. Locke, p.ix  –  maker of lanterns, slides and accessories, high-power jets

Alfred H. Saunders, p.ix  –  lantern slide manufacturer

James Lancaster & Son, pp.x-xi  –  lanterns, cameras and accessories

Noakes & Norman, p.xii  –  'Invicta' lantern and cinematograph etc.

Brin's Oxygen Company, p.xii  –  Brin's oxygen

W.P. Thompson & Co., p.xiii  –  patents and trademarks

J.S. WIllway & Sons, p.xiii  –  'Pendant' saturator, gas jet

Thorn & Hoddle, p.xiii  –  'Incanto' acetylene gas generator

Lund, Humphries & Co. Ltd, p.xiii  –  'Practical photographer' monthly magazine

Riley Brothers, p.xiv  –  Riley's 'Kineoptoscope' cinematograph, films etc.

Frederick J. Borland, p.xv  –  patent scissors arc lamps

Abingdon Acetylene Illuminating Co., p.xv  –  'Abingdon Safety' acetylene gas generator

C.C. Vevers, p.xv  –  lantern accessories, lantern slide camera, 'Vivograph' cinematograph

Riley Brothers, p.xvi  –  largest lantern outfitters in the world

Robert H. Clark, p.xvii  –  'Silver star' russian iron lantern, slides and accessories

E.S. Bruce, p.xviii  –  'The Aerial Graphoscope'

R.R. Beard, p.xviii  –  Beard's regulators, pressure gauge, Beard's new jet

Fowler Acetylene Gas Co., p.xviii  –  'Fowler' acetylene gas generator

R. Darlington & Co., p.xviii  –  maps, handbooks and lantern lectures

R. Field & Co., p.xviii  –  Wright and Anderton's silver lantern screen

H. Noyce, p.xix  –  Creton lime cylinders

Sands, Hunter & Co., p.xix  –  photographic apparatus and lanterns

J.C. Stevens, p.xix  –  auctions of lanterns, slides, photographic and scientific equipment

R.W. Paul, p.xix  –  Paul's fireproof 'Animatographe'

Frederick J. Stedman, p.xix  –  lantern slide maker and colourist

E.G. Wood, p.xix  –  Wood's 'Special' jet

Thornton Pickard Manufacturing Co., p.xx  –  cameras and shutters, £200 prize competition

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