1893 THE SKETCH Magazine LILY HANBURY Ellaline Terriss LABOUCHERE "Stuff" Harold Wright JAVA (0100)

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The Sketch

The Sketch was a British illustrated weekly newspaper, published between  February 1893 and  June 1959, by the Illustrated London News Company and was primarily a society magazine with regular features on Royalty and the aristocracy, theatre, cinema and arts, with a high photographic content.

This issue has 25 pages ( 50 sides)
This first part of the description features a list of Images i.e. photographs, sketches, drawings etc (these sometimes have descriptive articles but not always). They include:

C. R. Harding – Champion Sculler -  front page photograph by Adrian Smyth of Putney – info. Rower Charles R. Harding aka Wag Harding shown in his boat (this page is detached, has some light stains and foxing or brown spotting).

Henry Labouchere MP – from a Drawing by R. Ponsonby Staples.  
Scenes from "Chicago" at the Alhambra – Four Sketches by Ralph Cleaver.
Mr Harold Wright – " Stuff Gownsman " ... Artist for Vanity Fair photograph.
A Welsh Member of Parliament – Sketched by "Stuff" ..
Report of the Parnell Commission by A. Stuff Gownsman – Sir James Hannen – Piggott – Sir Charles Russell – Sir Richard Webster - Sir John day – Sir A. L. Smith – Le Caron – Mr Soames  - sketched by "Stuff" Harold Wright.
The Right Hon. H. H. Fowler About to Drive Home a Point – Sketched in the House of Commons  for Vanity Fair – info. Henry Hartley Fowler.
S. M. J. Woods – sketched for Vanity Fair Cartoon  the cricketer by Harold Wright aka Stuff Gownsman – info. Samuel Moses James "Sammy" Woods Australian cricket.
Small engraving of Florentine women awaiting Queen Victorias arrival at a villa in Italy – by V. S.
West Kensington and Oxford and Cambridge Sports:
Taking the The High Jump – E. D. Swanwick of Oxford.  
Finishing The One Mile Race – W. E. Lutyens of Cambridge.  SleekburnC.
Finishing the Quarter Mile – A. Ramsbotham of Oxford.  
The Three Miles Race – F. S. Horan of Cambridge.  
The Hurdles – H. T. S. Gedge (O) – E. L. Collis (O) – H. Le Fleming (C) – L. E. Pilkington (C).  
Hundred Yards Race – C. B. Fry (O) – A. Ramsbotham (O) – W. Attlee (C) – E. T. Baines (C).  
Charles I Statue at Charing Cross -  engraving.
Sketches at the Public Schools Field Day at Aldershot:
Waiting for the Enemy.
Some of the Umpires.  
Youre All Dead Long Ago!  
The Harrow Corps Advancing.  
Cease Firing.  
Illustrations for A Novel In a Nutshell - The Fakeers Drum (Fakirs)" drawn by B. Le Fanu
Three Men in a Boat: Up to Date  - two engravings sketched by H. J. McNeill.
Sketches from the book "A Visit to Java" by W. Basil Worsfold:
Java – Mount Salak From the Hote Belle Vue at Buitenzorg  sketch by W. Basil Worsfold.
Java – A Dalang  a puppet show.
A Javanese Actress.  
A Javanese Cottage.  
Bas Relief in the Cathedral of Havana in Cuba – Columbus.  
Christ and The Magdalene – Painting by Arthur Hacker  full page.
Evening at Papendrecht – by George C. Haite RBA.  
The Alhambra – by Miss Rose Barton ARWS  London street scene.
An Old English Farm - by Charles Adams.  
A Sea Nymph – by Edward Burne-Jones.  
Pan and Psyche – By Edward Burne-Jones.  
Favourable Critics – by E. Penstone.  
Mater Triumphalis by Mrs Swynnerton.  
Cwm Dalas Mill in Herefordshire – by J. Carlisle.  
My Library - by L. Block.  
Easter in Brittany – Drawn By Dudley Hardy  full page.
Miss Pattie Browne as Lady Thomasin Belturbet in Mr Pineros Play The Amazons at the Court Theatre  full page photograph by Russell and Sons of 17 Baker St London W – Australian born (Sydney) actress.
Miss Ellaline Terriss as Lady Wilhelmina Belturbet in "The Amazons" Miel .. full page photograph.
Miss Lily Hanbury as Lady Noeline Belturbet in The Amazons  - full page
Queen Victorias Visit to Italy:
Sketches in Florence– Chiesa e Battistero di San Giovanni - - Facciata della Cattedrale (Santa Maria del Fiore)  full page of sketches drawn by Holland Tringham.
Lapide Commemorativa, Villa Palmieri  a stone commerative plaque which mentions the English Lady Maria Farhill ( Mary Fairhill ) – Maria Antonietta di Borbone Granduchessa di Toscana etc.
Villa Palmieri nr Florence – The Queens Boudoir.  
Queen Victoria Leaving the Villa Palmieri for the Morning Drive.  
Villa Palmieri at Florence -  a photographic view of the villa from a hill. c.keenlyside
The Newspaper Boy -  full page amusing sketch by Phil May.
The Sad Story of An Umbrella - full page of cartoon drawings telling a tale; drawn by Rene Bull.
Full Page Comical Sketch by RAB - aka R. A. Brownlie.
The Juryman  full page of sequential comical sketches, cartoon style. Some Browning and light staining to this and the following page.
Cartoon of the Week – Glory Glory! The Unionist Salvation Army on the War Path -  full page drawn by Proctor.
Cyrene at the Alhambra -  four engravings drawn by Ralph Cleaver showing an american dancing girl doing a high kick can-can style dance.
Cyrene in Her Spanish Dance -  full page drawing by Adolph Birkenruth.
Cyrene Americas Great Fantastic Dancer: Cyrene Emilia Angela Regina Soler y Turnour -  photograph of the young lady, originally a circus dancer.
Mr John Corlett:  The Master of the Pink Un ( racing journalist) -  photograph by Dickinson of 114 New Bond St London W.
Mr Pratt of Pratt and Co.s Weekly Circular of Races to Close -  photograph by T. C. Turner of 10 Barnsbury Park London N.
Football (rugby) Sketches  by E. Goodwin.
The Long Jump at the Varsity Sports.  
Illustrations for a story by Mrs Andrew Dean, drawn by Brinsley Le Fanu.
Illustration for "Our Juniors" Page – two young girls.
Ladies Page - Fashion:
A Novel Stocking.  
New Empire Blouse.  
Abercrombie Gown.  
Advertising page featuring Redfern Dresses of |New Bond St, Rowlands articles, Christy Bread Knife, Priestly's dress fabrics, Robinson and Cleaver of Belfast for Linen, Liptons Teas, Edwards Harlene for the Hair - cure for baldness.
New Satin Cape.  
Two Smart Costumes – Fashion Sketches by Pirola.  
Pretty Blouses for Early Summer x3  one with hat.
A New Spring Gown – Sketch by Pirola  - stain to bottom of this page, which is also detached.

This second part of the description features items of news articles etc but have no images associated with the subject matter unless listed above. They include:
The Searle Memorial Cup for Rowing – with ref. to Charles R. Harding.
Last Weeks Paris – Gossip Column by Mimosa.
Small Talk.
Mr LAbouchere.
Literary Lounger by O. O. – aka Robertson Nicoll.
Teh Stipendiary Magistrate as Sketcher – An Interview with "Stuff " of Vanity Fair – Harold Wright – by DW.
Parliament – Easter Results - Mr Gladstone s Lieutenant (Sir William Harcourt ) - Payment of Members - The Quintessence of Opposition - The Leaders.
Interviews with Famous Statues – King Charles the First at Charing Cross.
How Dr Nansens Expedition will Be Fed.
Babies Cause a Strike Among Doctors.
Hors DOeuvres. SleekburnC.
Book Review – A Visit to Java by W. Basil Worsfold.
The Beard of Columbus.
Two of "The Amazons" at the Court Theatre – Miss Lily Hanbury and Miss Ellaline Terris – interviews.
An The Third of "The Amazons" – Chat with Miss Pattie Browne of Australia.
Queen Victoria in Florence.
Cyrene at the Alhambra – Interview with Cyrene Emilia Angela Regina Soler y Turnour by A. S.
Racing Notes by Captain Coe.
Badminton Echoes.
Notes From the Exchange – S. Simon Esq of Lamb, Shearer and Co Capel Court.
Sport – Football – Cycling – Athletics – Lacrosse (small) – Cricket.
The Concert Rooms.
Short Story by Mrs Andrew Dean – On the Balcony.
The Rudyard That has Ceased Kipling – short apprx 60 wds about a duck in Central park New York.
Juniors page and Answers to Correspondents – Master Lawrence Weaver - Lady H. - Miss Elsie Freak - Master Frank Metcalf - T. Reive - Miss Mabel Barry - Miss Dorothy Gould - Master Eustace Lovatt.
Ladies Pages by Florence – info. Florence Fenwick Miller was a Victorian Journalist, Educator and Feminist.

The four digit number in brackets in title is for my ref only. It measures 350 x 250 mm (13.5 x 9.75 inches).The spine is loose with binding witness marks where once bound, some pages are loose. There is some age yellowing with some spotting. Some pages may have minor cuts tears and blemishes due to their great age. The images vary in size. There are no outer advertising pages/cover unless otherwise stated. The images are in black and white unless otherwise stated.

This item will be packaged in a tube and sent Royal Mail small parcels.  

Quotation or speech marks in the text signifies the content in my words and not necessarily what is written on the original page. "Info." in the description is my research, although relevant to the accompanying image or article, is not necessarily in the text.
PLEASE NOTE: I cannot guarantee that the issue is complete 'as published' - but what I have described above IS present. As far as I can tell there is 1 page missing so if you are looking for something in particular in these pages PLEASE ASK. The process of the page numbering in The Illustrated London News are applied in a yearly sequence and therefore do not start at number 1. 

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