MARY MOORE Charles Wyndham CRICKET ETON v HARROW Lords YACHTING COWES SHAMROCK LIPTON Rowing Kingston upon Thames BISLEY Rifle Association ROSARIO GUERRERO SPANISH DANCER New South Wales Lancers Regiment ROYAL ULSTER YACHT REGATTA
Original Victorian Antique Newspaper
This first part of the description features a list of images i.e. photographs, maps, sketches, drawings etc (these sometimes have descriptive articles but not always). They include:
Miss Mary Moore the Actress - full page (fp) frontispiece photograph by Ellis and Walery. Info. Mrs James Albury
Cricket and Eton v. Harrow at Lords - fp of sketches drawn by S. T. Dadd showing various players etc from the match: Wormald Bowled - Dowson the Harrow Captain - Black - Martyn Bowled by Dowson - O. C. S. Gilliat Caught and Bowled Dowson - Eton Wicket Keeper - Martyn Eton Fast Bowler - etc.
Eton v. harrow at Lords - fp showing x3photo images: hit by Dowson - Harrow Takes the Field - W. Findlay (capt) Leading Eton onto the Field.
The Fourth Test Match at Manchester: Australia's Second Innings (Noble and Worrall Battling) - half page (hp).
Yachting and Shamrock v. Britannia at the Start - hp.
Shamrock v. Britannia Off Cowes, Nearing the Finish: The Shamrock; Sir Thomas Liptons Steam Yacht Erin; HRH the Prince of Wales's Britannia - fp from a drawing by Charles John de Lacy.
Horse Racing and the Eclipse Stakes at Sandown Park showing x5pics: M. Cannon on flying Fox; Flying Fox and Frontier Cantering reive to The Post; etc.
Rifle Shooting at Bisley:
Sgt E. A. Wood of South Staffordshire Volunteers.
The Cambridge Team Shooting for the Brinsmead Cup.
Public School Rossall the Winners of the Ashburton Cup - group photo. Of 12 young men including an older man. The names on the board read (as far as I can make out): Sgt Major E. H. Newell - Corporal Ricd- Sgt Shield - Cpl Boatsworth - Cpl Learoyd - Cpl Wills or Hills - Sgt C. Newell - Cpl Donne .
Our Captious Critic page - Review of music hall acts etc at The EMpire Theatre ; x5 caricature sketches of the scene drawn by Thomas Downey include:
Professor Tschernoff and his performing dogs.
Miss Ada Colley the Australian Soprano.
Round the Town Again and An Impression of the Ballet: Mr G. Vincent - Mdlle Zanfretta.
Salerno - info. a gentleman juggler aka Adolph Behrend .
The Ballymena Bicycle Club Races x2photos:
The One Mile Handicap: Kerr of Glasgow - J. M. Kennedy of Ballymena and others.
Time Trial: The One Mile Flying Start by A. A. Chase.
Essex County Athletics Championships at Chelmsford:
Quarter Mile Final: Paul Carter Retains the Championship - three runners on the track.
Half Mile Hurdle Final: Won by C. R. Bury of Lackheath - two men jumping a hurdle.
Senorita Guerrero the Dancer Who is Appearing at the Alhambra Theatre - hp from a photo by W. and D. Downey
The Dream of Whitakers Almanack at The Crystal Palace - hp showing an audience watching an open air performance.
The Interval at The Eton v. Harrow Cricket Match - crowd f fashionable men and women at the cricket match.
Charles Wyndham (with signature) - from a photo by Vernon Heath of Piccadilly.
The Royal Ulster Yacht Club Regatta - fp showing x8photos of yachts:
Cruiser Race: St Agnes. .
Lipton Cup Race: Bona
Dublin Bay Class: Ziska.
County Down Cup: Bona.
The Australian New South Wales Lancers at Aldershot - x8pics:
MOunted Officers of New South Wales Lancers: 2nd Lt. W. J. S. Rundle - 2nd Lt. F. S. Osborne - Captain C. F. Cox CO of the Squadron.
The Squadron on Drill.
Sketch by Gunning King - fp showing a cricketer bowled out talking to two ladies.
The Metropolitan Amateur Regatta at Kingston Upon Thames - x6photos:
Kensington Rowing Club Junior Senior Fours.
Vesta RC Junior Senior Fours.
London RC v. Thames RC.
Thames RC v. Anglian BC.
Vikings RC, London RC, and Kingston RC.
The Indian Silver Racing Trophy by Mappin and Webb.
Sportswoman Miss Lilian Renniers Champion Shot of the Transvaal 1885, at Bisley.
Fashion: Serge Coat with Silk Piping with Skirt of The New Shape. c.keenlyside.
Ladies Archery at The Crystal Palace - x2photos.
Garden Furniture by Maple and Co. - hp advert.
The Lipton Cup Made by The Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Co. Ltd.
The National Rifle Association Daily Telegraph Silver Bowl miel Made by J. W. Benson Ltd.
Gibraltar Guards Our Empire - ¼page ad. Showing an engraving of the Rock, for Izal Disinfectant.
Oxford and Cambridge Cream For Leather - ¼p.
The Red Hungarian Band.
Hammond and Co. Ltd for Hunting Clothes Breeches and Trouser Makers etc - hp advert.
Carters Little Liver Pills - ¼p ad.
Chess Problem by S. S. Blackburne of Christchurch New Zealand.
Stohwasser and Co. Puttie Leggings - adv.
The Martin Horse Shoe - ¼p.
Plus other ads.
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:
Horse Racing Column by Magnet; plus Circular Notes
Judging At Horse Shows.
Drama of the Week: The Belle of New York a the Shaftesbury Theatre - The Little Minister at the Haymarket - White Queen at Grand Theatre Islington - etc.
Ballymena Cycling Club.
Essex Country Athletics Championships at chelmsford.
Athletics and Cycling.
Cricket - Eton v. Harrow.
Miss Mary Moore.
Mr Charles Wyndham.
New South Wales Lancers Regiment.
Rowing with mention of National Amateur Rowing Association - F. A.Boyton London Rowing Club - E. Isler - H. T. Blackstaffe of Vesta RC - Emmett and Drummond on the Tyne at Newcastle - etc.
Notes From Scotland.sleekburnc.
Sporting Notes From Ireland.
Dog Breaking Days.
The Kennel - dogs.
Stage Coach Competitions at Barns Elms.
A Pain in his Temper - Short Story by H. G> Harper.
Royal Academy of Music Students at St Georges Hall.
Florida's new Game Law. sleekburnc. 2207
This is an original USED newspaper/magazine not a scan and not a later re-print.
A publication similar to The Illustrated London News, The ILLUSTRATED SPORTING & DRAMATIC NEWS was a wonderful insight into theatre and stage, sport, hunting, and other activities of the day. Including critic columns on theatre, books etc.
20 pages (40 sides). It measures 395 x 285 mm (15.5 x 11.25inches). Some of the pages may be loose, and have cuts tears and blemishes due to their great age - anything more than minor will be mentioned in the main body of the description. The engravings vary in size. There are no outer advertising pages/cover unless otherwise stated. The images are NOT in colour unless otherwise stated. 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 are no pages missing (apart from adv. cover ), but if you are looking for something in particular in this issue PLEASE ASK. If you require information on size of articles (i.e. number of words), sizes of images, please ask before bidding or buying. The process of the page numbering in The Graphic issues carry on from the previous issue therefore do not start at number 1. This item will be packaged in a tube unless otherwise requested.
The descriptive text in the listing, details the content in my words and not necessarily what is written on the original page. Please be aware there maybe typo/ spelling errors etc. "Info." in the description is my research, although relevant to the accompanying image or article, is not necessarily in the text.
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