The Optical Magic Lantern Journal (October 1893)

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THE OPTICAL MAGIC LANTERN JOURNAL AND PHOTOGRAPHIC ENLARGER. EDITED BY J. HAY TAYLOR. d Vol ° 4.— -N Oo. 53. bee aan OCT. 1, 1893. Price One Penny. PAGE NOteG) inc. 5) aia ces ee, OG, 8M Wie, Ase: Bae cues a’ wie ude AAD To ascertain the Quantity of GasinaCylinder .. .. .. .. .. 148 Why does a Condenser get Hot? .. 143 The Lanternist’s Den, No. viii. How to builda Bi-unial Lantern” re Cheap Camera and Lantern Slide Case .. .. . 6 My Firat Experience of Development .. .. .. .. .. 1. .. 187 Oiis and Oil Lamps for the Lantern.—v.. 147 The Optical Lantern asan Instrument of Education .. muy? ee 149 Advice to a would-be Lecturer .. 153 How to make a Lantern Slide .. .. .. 0. 0. we we ee ee 156 Side-by-side Lanterns for Saturators, and Things in General.. .. 159 New Apparatus,etc, 6. 2. ce ee ee ee ee ee ee ee ae 160 Editoris] Table 2.0 65 5 ee ce te ee on ae ce we we 162 Correspondence... .. w. eee ee ne ee ee ee nee 163 Notes and Queries #8) ee) 5 ewe as cee ie ew as ee ow 164 Notices. THE Optical Magic Lantern Journal and Photographic Enlarger is issued on the Ist of every month, price One Penny, and may be obtained from all Newsvendors, Railway News Stalls, Photographic Dealers, or from the Publishers, at the following rates, post free :— United States. 12 months oe oe = 2/4, 2.) «60 cents. Single copies .. .. -/2 .. .. 6 ,, Advertisements (Scale of Charges), displayed :— £'s.d Front and back pages, by arrangement. Ordinary page (whole).. sis 3 00 5 » (half) .. an 115 0 i” » (quarter) en se 1 0 0 7 », (eighth) a ee 10 0 i. », per linchincolumn., 6 0 ” 3 0 ” é ” 4 ae ” ia Special quotations for a series. ExcuancE Column, General Wants, &c. (fot Trade) — | First 20 words, 6d.; and for every 3 additional words, id. ADVERTISEMENTS must reach the office not later than the 24th of each month. All cheques and postal orders to be made payable to Taylor Brothers. EDITORIAL communications must be addressed, J. Hay Tayror. Advertisements and business communications to Taylor Brothers, 56, Chancery Lane, London, W.C. American Agents :—The International News Co., 83 and 85, Duane Street, New York City. NOTICE. Many CorresponnrENTS STILL FORWARD THEIR ComuMUNIcATIONS TO THE OLD AppREsS. WILL THEY PLEASE NOTE THAT Our ADDRESS Is 56, CHANCERY LANE, LONDON, W.C. Notes. Tas annual exhibition of the Hackney Photogaphic Society will be held at Morley Hall, Hackney, on 17th, 18th, and 19th inst. Besides many fine pictures being on exhibition, visitors will be regaled with orchestral music. x * * Sreps are now being taken to introduce the lantern into Board Schools, so that scholars may have the subject of their studies more deeply impressed on them. ‘his is a move in the right direction, and not only Board but all schools should be provided with a lantern. We have no doubt that all schools of any pretention will, within a few years, be provided with such. Churches will then follow suite, and sermons will be illustrated. In fact, in America a few churches have had lanterns fitted up. * * x At times panics will occur at various forms of entertainments, and at such times owing to the general rush for the stairs many persons get killed during the rushin trying to get down stairs. An inventor has recently patented a new form of staircase whereby all liability to such accidents will be prevented. With this style, one has only to step on one of the stairs and catch hold of the handrail, when they will speedily find themselves at the top of the landing. At the upper and lower steps of the landing are fixed cylinders, and on these there is an endless band containing steps. ‘Che handrail also