The Optical Magic Lantern Journal (November 1902)

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i. THE OPTICAL maaic General Hovertisements. RAND New Dioramic Dissolving Effect Sets, in (G the finest miniature painting, unique and unrivalled, used in the most successful exhibitions now hefore the public. Send for lists. ~Edmund H. Wilkie, as below. OLCANIC Eruptions and disturbances in the V West Indian Islands, shewing the scenes before and during the cruptions, and yielding faithful representations of the appalling catastrophies which are now devastating these leautiful islands. Send for lists.— Fdinund TW. Wilkie, as below, \I ARTINIQUE, Mount Pelee, and St.’ Pierre. Ll ‘| Send for lists. —Kdmund H. Wilkie, as below. SCAPE of the Steamer “ Roddam”’ from the har hour of St. Pierre. One of the most thrilling effects ever designed for the lantern. A grand effect set. Send for lists. —Kdmund HH. Wilkie, as below. —~T. VINCENT, Eruption of the Soufriére. Scene in the Island by day, with its typical buildings and tropical foliage. An interesting and thoroughly effective set of present and lasting value. Send for lists. Edmund H. Wilkie, as below. “RAND Nayal Coronation Review at Spithead. A J very beautiful dioramic effect, with novel changes and chromatic variations. An indispensable effect for the present season, in the finest work ; new and striking. Send for Jists. —Edinund H. Wilkie, as below. ORONATION Decorations. A series of high class effect sets elaborately worked on photo vases, each set consisting of two slides—The Canadian Arch—The jank—Statute of Queen Victoria at Blackfriars with novel original effee-—The Mansion House— Marlborough House. Send for lists; —Edmund H. Wilkie, as below. DMUND HW. WILKIE desires it to be distinctly understood that these effects are produced by the identical artists who formerly painted the vrand dioramic and mechanical effects for which the late Royal Polytechnic was so celebrated ; send for list of effects.— Edmund H. Wilkie, as below. colour, pure varnish colours, or by the beautiful American process at most reasunable prices ; the best work only; slides prepared by photography or hand painting from negatives, drawings, prints from nature, or from written or verbal description; every class of mechanical movement supplied or invented for special purposes; sec testimonials. —Edmund UU. Wilkie, as helow. ARGAINS in second-hand apparatus and slides ; send for list; a quantity of useful slides, some finest quality hand-paintings for disposal at less than half cost.—Edmund H. Wilkie, as below. OLAR flint limes. Reduction in price, the finest extant. Large size cinemato a noble lime 13 inches diameter in tins of six—2/3 post free—ordinary size in tins of one dozen 2/3 post free. Lanternists once using these magnificent limes will use no other.—Edmund H. Wilkie, as below. [ILKIE’S balance dissolver for perfect dissolving, \ V 18/each.—Edmund H. Wilkie, as below. LANTERN JOURNAL ~ OLAR mixed gas high-power jet, the ideal lantern S jet, the most powerful and perfect jet’ yet produced for use in single bi-unial or triple lanterns; send for illustrated descriptive circular.—Edmund H. Wilkie, ax below. — PECIAL lanterns designed and built for every purS pose and all circumstances. Mr. Wilkie’s lanterns embrace improvements and conveniences suggested by his long practical public experience, and which will not be found in commercial apparatus. Mr. Wilkie has had the honour of constructing some of the finest and most expensive apparatus now before the public, details cannot for obvious reasons be stated in a public print, but letters and testimonials can he submitted to intending purchasers. Communications on all matters connected with optical effects (lantern and cinematograph) are invited hy Edmand H. Wilkie, 114, Maygrove Road, West I]ampstead, London, N.W. INEMATOGRAPH for sale.—Cylinders and all accessories for immediate showing, also concert graphophone and records.—Huntbach, 399, City Road, Manchester. LACK and white drawings suitable for the production of effective lantern slides. Samples and quotation on application. Slides coloured in three qualities at shortest nolice.—L., ‘Tl. Lhomassin, Lantern Slide Artist, 20, The Broadway, Streatham, London, S$. W. <> LX pairs magnificent effect slides, including senset, S moonlivht, cloud, and brilliant illumination scenes; also 24 Norway, Scripture figure studies, cheap.—Apply, G., 16, Woodland View, Hale End Road, Walthamstow. N sale, Butchers’ Matograph, almust new ; also cinematograph, camera, developing and printing outfit, perforating machine, cheap. Hurst, Arcade, Derby. Fer sale—Steel cylinder, 15 ft. and stand, Beard’s : regulator, pressure guage, mixing jet, reading lamp and polished bi-unial lantern body only. Full particulars sent on application to A. W. Yallop, 25, Gerrard Street, Islington, N. ANTERN front tubes interlapping 44 by 4 in. diam., drawing to 7 in. O.G. front, lacquered brass, for single or hi-unial lanterns, single pair posted, 5/. Trade supplied. Hume, 1, Lothian St., Edinburgh. A PROFESSIONAL lanternist and cinematovraphist mn of great experience is open to engagements, with or without his own apparatus, in town or country, on very moderate terms. Reference, Editor of this Journal. —Adiress, Optics, 44, Lorrimore Koad, Kennington, London, §.C. TTENTION. Cinematograph and lantern comL plete, little used, sacrifice £10. Single hiley’s Praestantia, almost new, complete, £3.—Harold Barr, Woolton, Liverpool. Bre, regulator wanted, second-hand preferred. —Potter, Silverbirch Road, Erdington. SECOND-HAND SLIDES. 44d. each (painted), including Life models, Temperance, Religious, Flower Studies, Comic, Mottoes, Effects, Hymns, etc. Send to us for your slide making and painting. Lists free. T. T. WING, CHATTERIS, CAMBS. Kindly mention this Journal when corresponding with Advertisers.