1893 THE SKETCH Magazine ESTHER PALLISER Maude Millett GOLF Reive CHICAGO EXHIBITION Frederick Greenwood WILLIAM THOMAS STEAD
Original Victorian Magazine
Miss Esther Palliser Opera Singer - full front page showing the American born singer; photo by Russell of Baker Street, London W.
The Queen Laying the Foundation Stone of The Imperial Institute - small sketch.
Mr George Shelton and Mr J. L. Toole - small sketch by Oliver Paque.
Scene from "Homburg" at Toole's Theatre - Mr Laurence Irving - Miss Irene Vanbrugh - Mr Seymour Hicks - Mr C. M. Lowne - M. Miel - Mr. J. L. Toole - Mr John Billington - Mr George Shelton - Miss Eliza Johnstone - sketch by Oliver Paque.
His Royal Highness The Duke of York KG - a full page engraving from a Photograph within engraving by Ada Brooke.
Princess Victoria Mary of Teck - full page photograph within an engraving by Ada Brooke.
Mr. C. H. Cust MP - Editor of The New Pall Mall Gazette info. Henry (Harry) John Cockayne-Cust.
The Editors Room at the pall Mall Gazette Office - engraving.
Mr Frederick Greenwood - First Editor of the Pall Mall Gazette.
Mr. W. T. Stead - Asst. Editor of the Pall Mall Gazette (info William Thomas Stead born Embleton Northumberland, also earlier editor of the Darlington Northern Echo; a pacifist and campaigner for peace, later covering The Hague Peace Conferences of 1899 and 1907; died on The Titanic).
Mr Hwfa Williams Manager of the Sandown Meeting.
The Cartoon of the Week: The Spoilt Child - full page sketch by John Proctor - a small Irishman on the knee of Queen Victoria
..And would my darling little Paddy boy leave his Ma dear! - info. John Proctor b. Edinburgh 1836 - d. Albury, Surrey 1914; a Victorian caricaturist, cartoonist and illustrator.
Eastnor Castle The Seat of Lady Henry Somerset - photo by Eyre and Spottiswoode.
Art of the Day.
Teasing by Eugene de Blaas.
Storm Clouds by David Green.
Caught By Gustave Boulanger - full page.
A Venetian Brunette by Eugene de Blaas.
Old Cottages at Budleigh Salterton by John White RI.
The Priests Birthday by J. B. Burgess RA.
La premiere Danseuse by F. Garrido.
Among the Blooming Heather by Joseph Farquharson.
The Library by L. Block.
Miss Maude Millett - full page photograph by Mayall of Piccadilly W. Info. British theatre actress.
Golf: St Andrews From the Links - photo by Messrs. Valentine.
Golf: Up Hill Work - from a drawing by J. James Proctor.
Golf: A Drive - By J. James Proctor. c.keenlyside.
Golf: A Caddie - by J. James Proctor. Info. son of John Proctor.
Dr Edward J. Hopkins of The Temple Church.
Chicago Exhibition: The Electrical Exhibition.
Chicago Exhibition: The Womans Building.
A Chat with Mr Thomas E. Collcutt (Architect) showing x8drawings/images:
The Imperial Institute (now Imperial College London).
One of the Committee Rooms.
Doorway in Corridor.
Screens to Entrance.
Reception Hall (not yet begun).
Principal Staircase (not yet begun).
Front View of the Imperial Institute.
The Peal to be Hung in the Queens Tower - bells (known as the Alexandra Peal of bells after the Princess of Wales).
Fred Storey in Aladdin Drawn by Phil May.
An Italian Organ Grinder and Monkey - sketch by H. H. Floir.
The Administration Building - St Nicholas - The World's Fair in Chicago.
The Light loght Side of Nature: The Rendezvous - full page from a drawing by Dudley Hardy - tinted.
Pets: A Lucrative Investment - the cat owner and the gardener; a short story with sketches by J. F. Sullivan.
Full page comical sketch by R. Caton Woodville.
Comical Sketch by Phil May - Full page.
The Barber and The Customers - full page comical sketch by RAB.
Full page sketch of a lady playing a harp.
A Dual Role - full page drawing.
What's in a Name - full page comical Sketch by Starr Wood.
La Comtesse De Castelvecchio. sleekburnc.
The Australian Cricket Team in London: H. Graham - A. H. Jarvis - W. Giffen - W. Bruce - V. Cohen - R. McLeod - G. Giffen - C. T. B. Turner - H. Trumble - H. Trott - S. E. Gregory - A. Coningham - J. M. Blackham - J. J. Lyons - A. Bannerman.
The Juniors page: Pere Jean and The Fisher Girls; Celestine - two pictures.
Brooke's Soap Monkey Brand - advert
Full page showing various adverts.
Fashions: A New Cape Design - sketch by Pirola.
Smart Gown and Hat - sketch by Pirola.
New Serpentine Dress Designed by Mr Percy Anderson.
A Gown and Parasol - sketch by Pirola.
A Chat With Miss Esther Palliser.
Our Own Country.
The Old and th New Pall Mall Gazette - A Chat with Mr H. C. Cust MP ( Henry John Cockayne Cust).
The Pall Mall Gazette by Its First Editor.
A Few Words from Mr Stead - (William Thomas Stead).
Dr Hermann Adler Chief Rabbi (small approx. 156wds).
On Which the Sun Never Sets - state of overseas markets, banks, industry with short paragraphs (approx 50wds each); mention of Australia Banking Crisis - Edward Pulsford - Kanaka labour problem - Major Averell Daniell - Chilas - India - Sir James Dormer - Cecil Rhodes - reive - Slave Trade Africa - Gerald Portal - Uganda - etc.
Last Weeks paris by Mimosa - with paragraphs on: Washington House Home for American Girl Art Students in Paris - Wedding of Prince and Princesse de Joinville - The Nouveau Cirque and Mister Boon, Bill James of Bloomsbury, Tom Harris of Shoreditch (fighters), Bill Bolton, Elvira Guerra. - etc.
Lady Henry Somerset.
Small Talk with mention of Lord Derby - Baron de Hirsch and Colonel Albert Goldsmid - Mr H. Henderson and Rat Problem in Dublin - Admiral Samuel Long - Lord Teynham - Dowager Countess of Buchan - etc.
The Jubilee of Dr Hopkins of the Temple Church.
Marriage and The Rest of It - a play part II.
Mr Clifford harrison's Recitals
A Chat with Mr Thomas E. Collcutt.
A Novel In a Nutshell by E. Nesbit - Without Evidence.
The Book and Its Story -
The Italian Organ Grinder in England by R. Paulucci di Cabboli - a column by LFA.
Racing Notes by Olympian.
Parliament by a Cautious Conservative - Randolph the Radical (Randolph Churchill); debating the Miners Eight Hours Bill.
Parliament by a Rash Radical - Sir Charles Dilke.
World of Sport.
Our Ladies Pages - by Florence (Florence Fenwick Miller).
Notes From the Exchange: All is not Gold that Glitters - letter from S. Simon Esq of Lamb Shearer and Co.
Badminton Echoes by Bugle. sleekburnc.1005
The Sketch was a British illustrated weekly newspaper with a high photographic content, published between February 1893 and June 1959, by the Illustrated London News Company. It was primarily a Victorian society magazine with regular features on royalty and the aristocracy, theatre, music hall, sports and arts etc.
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