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FIND THE WOMAN A play in four acts, by Charles Klein. ARTHUR BOURCHTKR and VIOLET VANBRUGH. Every Evening at 8.30. MATINEE EVERY WEDNESDAY at 2.30. PALLADIUM. . ARGYLL STREET, W. ALWAYS THE BEST ENTERTAINMENT IN LONDON. Two Performances Daily. 6.20 and 0.10 j Matinees, Wednesday
July 20, 1912 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
THE PLAYHOUSES

THE PLAYHOUSES

“THE COUNTESS AT THE COURT. CHARMING as is Mr. Yeats’s '* Countess Cathleen as poetry and fantasy, as drama it is curiously vague. It was written in its author’s early days, when he was more or less obsessed by the influence of closet-drama, and had not learned how different are
July 20, 1912 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
THE IDEAL WIFE.” AT THE VAUDEVILLE.

THE IDEAL WIFE.” AT THE VAUDEVILLE.

So recently have we had the situation of the play with which Miss Ada Potter has started a summer season at the Vaudeville turned to pathetic account—in Mid-Channel that it is interesting and almost a relief to observe how an Italian dramatist can make it afford the sprightliest
July 20, 1912 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
Among ti. pi visited Winchester on the occasion of the Thanksgiving Service for the restoration of the cathedral was Mr.

Among ti. pi visited Winchester on the occasion of the Thanksgiving Service for the restoration of the cathedral was Mr.

William Robert Walker, the diver, whose work during the last six years in strengthening the foundations of the building has been of such importance. As the Archbishop of Canterbury put it, and our illustrations elsewhere show, the cathedral was practically built on a raft," and
July 20, 1912 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
in ruins. IED WITH THE BOSTON ARTILLERY COMPANY

in ruins. IED WITH THE BOSTON ARTILLERY COMPANY

y Company of London, a detachment of the Ancient and and after the parade stood between and the regimental Appleton, and on his right. Adjutant re from the left in the foreground. was second, came in about 57 seconds later, and some 50 seconds ahead of Mr. G. Strobino. The winne
July 20, 1912 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
DRAWINGS BY W. B. ROBINSON; PHOTOGRAPHS BY RECORD PRESS.

DRAWINGS BY W. B. ROBINSON; PHOTOGRAPHS BY RECORD PRESS.

DRAWINGS BY B. ROBINSON; PHOTOGRAPHS BY RECORD PRESS. nroafe/'c/rid' f/j from //ie comprejsec/ means ore/inary wafer whJc/i is /n m/s corrcfe/iser, en/errnf /he So//om arc//eawntf a/ /he/op. The coo/inf compresses/ J/yaefy. opening /he ra/%/e /he gas immec/ia/e/y reevapora/ec/ ow
July 20, 1912 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
3. THE MAKING OF ICEi THE J. AND E, HALL METHOD. MAKING IT POSSIBLE TO RAISE THE FROZEN BLOCKS WITH

3. THE MAKING OF ICEi THE J. AND E, HALL METHOD. MAKING IT POSSIBLE TO RAISE THE FROZEN BLOCKS WITH

EASE. LAYING THE 1 5. MIDWAY TOWARDS PERFECTION. HALF-FROZEN BLOCKS IN A REFRIGERATOR, SHOW ING THE RING-TOPS OF THE SCREWS FOR RAISING. -w»jn-' .jg|" v . . | USED MORE PARTICULARLY WHEN THE HEATS OF THE SUN AND SIRIUS, THE I 2. "LAYING THE FOUNDATIONS" OF THE BLOCKS OF ICE FILL
July 20, 1912 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
SCREWS IN THE WATER BEFORE THE FRBfcZING PROCESS.

SCREWS IN THE WATER BEFORE THE FRBfcZING PROCESS.

the dof-daye more particularlv. great interest is t:ken by the general public in the artificial manufacture of ice great industry at all for the necessities of the hot weather, surely ice is the greatest! We offer no excuse, therefore, for this series of illustrations. Our ackno
July 20, 1912 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
IE BAT’S SENSITIVENESS TO REFLECTED SOUND-WAVES Al ■’LOOK-OUT": SIR HIRAM MAXIM’S COLLISION - PREVENTER. ir Hiram S. Maxim writos :

IE BAT’S SENSITIVENESS TO REFLECTED SOUND-WAVES Al ■’LOOK-OUT": SIR HIRAM MAXIM’S COLLISION - PREVENTER. ir Hiram S. Maxim writos :

When a bac flies about total darkness, the beat of its it will be denied that can imitate it to some extent mechanically. ... In providing a ship sends out a series of pulsations or waves. . . . These waves strike against all with a sixth sense, have to consider three distinct d
July 20, 1912 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England