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EDITED BY J.
Entered at utioners' Hall.
Vol. 2.—No. 27. [s
AUGUST 1], 1891.
Price One Penny.
CONTENTS. paar. PAGE Notes... » 133 The Good ‘lemplar Van and
Inside a Regulator_No. 3... 34a, Pee ee On Colouring Dry Plate
Hand-Cameras for Obtaining
Slides for the Lantern— Lantern Slides with Aniline
INOS: cis ia see bee eee ASE Colours... 0 we . 138 How I became a Lanternist Editorial Table. . 139!
—VI, wk we oe ee ve 185 Society Meetings ... . 139 The Lucigraph — A New Correspondence we 140
Marine Signal ... .., 0... 136 Notes and Queries. ws 140 Colouring Lantern Slides—
NO, 25 ess. sas ase det ever 136
CoxTENTS or No. 26.
Notes—Inside a Regulator —Hand-Cameras for Obtaining Slides for the Lantern (No. 14)—My Experience with the Oxygen-Ether Light and Scott’s Benzoline Saturator—A Mixing Jet—Oxygen for Bottle and Hydrogen (House Gas) from the main— How I became a Lanternist (V.)—An. Illuminated Fountain, and how to make it—Colouring Lantern Slides (No. 1)—Useful Hints for Operators— Editorial Table—Correspondence (Ether-Oxygen Light in Africa—Ether Saturators—Holiday Homes—Excess of Ether: A Cause of Pops with a Saturator)— Notes and Queries.
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'“THe Great Light Entertainment " is the latest
American name for a popular lant * * *
From the 6th to the rith ult., the Temperance
_ Van Mission held a Bazaar in the Holborn Town
Hall, in order to obtain funds for building more magic lantern vans. The result was very Satisfactory, and two more vans will be sent out
shortly. On another page we givean illustration
of the style of caravan used by this Temperance Society.
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Tue. International Photographic Exhibition, Leeds, will be open from Dec. 7, 1891, to Jan. 9, 1892.
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Messrs. Mawson AnD SWan supply (free) a neat exposure note-book, divided off for the following particulars :—No. of slide, hour, stop, exposure, light, and subject.
Tue Fifty-ninth Annual Exhibition of the Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society will be heid at Falmouth, on the 25thinst. “All work sent for competition in the Photographic Depart ment must have been executed within the last eighteen
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THE Band of Hope Union possesses five sets of
dissolving view lanterns; these when not engaged
are employed for giving free entertainments in
workhouses and schools *
CotoneL Drvenrortu has started for Texas, where he intends making experiments as to the feasibility of producing rain in arid regions by exploding balloons, charged with oxygen and hydrogen, at a considerable height in the air. Tests will also be made in exploding dynamite attached to the tails of huge kites, in connection with the theory that rain may be produced by concussion caused by powerful explosives in midair. The dynamite will be exploded in the same imanner as the balloons—namely, by a slender