1901 THE SKETCH Magazine EDITH YEOLAND Ida Bowyer FLYING MACHINE Music Hall (3440)

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The Sketch. An original weekly issue of the Victorian / Edwardian Illustrated Arts Magazine - A wonderful insight into theatre, stage, royalty, society, sport, fashion and many other activities of the day "a journal of art and actuality".
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 21 pages ( 42 sides)
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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:

 
Miss Edith Yeoland, The Elder of the Two Sisters Whose Deplorable Suicide Has Grieved Theatre Going London Real name Edith Bowyer (full front page)
Miss Ida Yeoland, Whose Sad Suicide With Her Sister Edith Shocked the Town Last Week Photo of Ida, real name Ida Bowyer
In Memoriam: The Late Mrs Kruger and The Ex President
His Majestys Yacht Alongside The South Railway Jetty, after Being Practically Rebuilt Since Arriving at Portsmouth From Pembroke
The Queens Half Moon Pansy Beds At Sandringham
Captain A. R.Trotter, DSO & Lady Edith Montgomerie, Daughter of the Earl of Eglinton Who Were Married on Monday Last, at Knightsbridge
Captain Sir F. Hervey Bathurst, Bart, Grenadier Guards & Hon. Miss Moira OBrien, sister of Lord Inchiquin Who Are to Be Married Today at St Pauls Church Knightsbridge
Miss Ellen Terrys Cottage and Garden at WInchelsea
A Love Game: Miss Ellaline Terriss as Joan Trevelyan in Sweet and Twenty
At Bisley: A Hit Claimed
Colonel Tilton Commanding The Canadian Rifle Team At Bisley
Mrs Rosling, Wife of Mr Rosling NRA Shooting in The Revolver Competition at Bisley
A bisley Souvenir: Queens Westminsters Camp
An Up River Christening Party: Mr Mullett Ellis Introduces His Son and Heir To "Bohemia".. Creek House, Shepperton on Thames
The Flying Machine of M. Santos Dumont, Which Went Round The Eiffel Tower on July 12
The Flying Machine: A Little Accident
Lord Rosebery Delivering His Memorable Oration in Edinburgh in 1896
the Marquis of Ormonde, Commodore of The Royal Yacht Squadron and The Royal Irish Yacht Club
Smoking Room of The Royal Irish Yacht club: Given Apropos of Kingstown Regatta Ireland
 Woburn Abbey: South Facade from The Private Gardens
The Hose of Russell, A Few Portraits: Rachael Wriothesley, The Most Famous Lady Russel - The Hon. Mrs Bertrand Russell, Mother of the Heir Presumptive - Earl Russells Grandfather: Lord John - Earl Russell of Today all on one full page
La Tortajada in Merry Mood and Summer Attire Four poses on one full page
 La Tortajada, The Popuar Spanish Dancer and Vocalist, An Arch Favourite of The Alhambra Theatre Full page
Titled Personages Who Run Businesses: Lord Rosebery, Reputed Dairyman - The Marquis of Londonderry, oal Merchant - Lord Harrington, Fruiterer - Lord Harringtons Fruit Shop in The Yard of Charing Cross Station - One of Marquis of Londonderrys Coal Depots at Seaham Wharf, Lambeth - The Countess of Warwick and Baby - The Countess of Warwicks Shop in Bond Street
An Officers South African Cartoon "Duty and Pleasure Go Not Always Together"...
Mr Briton Riviere RA in His Studio
..."Edna" Au Revoir to The Sweet "Girl From Up There"... Full page
Madame Rejane as Sapho, Souvenir of a Delightful French Comedienne London Misses Full page
Miss Marie Studholme, Who Figures Delightfully as Dora Selby, A Ward in Chancery, In The Toreador at the Gaiety Full page
The Mad Hatter and The White Rabbit And Most Things Twinkled After That by Howard Somerville, Full page
Dona Teresa, Miss Queenie Leighton and Sammy Gigg, Mr Edmund Payne, Sketched at The Gaiety by Tom Browne
In A Thames Backwater - And Likely to Stay There drawn by Oscar Wilson a lady and gent in a boat. Beautiful full page
Mr E. J. Lonnen and His Children: Mr E. J. Lonnen - Miss Nellie Lonnen - Master Leslie Lonnen - Miss Faith Lonnen Full page "A Benefit on behalf of Mr Lonnen, Who is seriously ill, as held at the Gaiety Yesterday, The scene of the comedians many triumphs..."
M. Lalo, Composer of Le Roy DYs Produced at Covent Garden for The First Time in England on Wednesday Last
Miss Hettie Chattell, The Fortunate Young Actress Who Has Been Awared £2500 Damages Against The Daily Mail
Mr Lionel Monkton, One of the Composers of The Toreador
the Hon. Graham Murray, Judge Advocate of Scotland, Mrs Murray and Daughter on their New Triplet Cycle
W. H. Lockwood, Whose Benefit Match (Surrey v. Yorks) Starts tomorrow at The Oval
K. S. Ranjitsinhji Watching a Nasty One
Ladies Page A Claude Duval Hat of Black Crinoline - A gown of Linen for Trouville
The Daily Telegraph Cup
Smoking Room of The Slieve Donard Hotel, Newcastle, Co. Down
First Shaft on The Road From Kibbi to Koko, West Africa
Carriers on Old Kibi Road, West Africa
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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 Clubman
Man in the Street
In Society: Jottings by The Sketch Chaperon
The Death of Mrs Kruger
A Chat with Marie Studholme
The House of Russell
The Social Jester by Chicot
Titled Personages who run businesses
Mr Briton Riviere
A Page About Books - The Literary Lounger by O. O. - Works of the Month by an Expert of the Row
A Novel in a Nutshell - Cupboard Love by Muriel Hine

Musical and Theatrical Gossip   
The Man on the Wheel  by J. F. F.
With the imperial Yeomanry

 
The World of Sport - Racing and cricket Notes by Captain Coe
Our Ladies Page by Sybil  
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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.  

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 are No pages 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. 

 
Weight 0.375kg
Condition Used