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November 15, 1904 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
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November 15, 1904 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
PRIMUS OPTICAL LANTERNS.

PRIMUS OPTICAL LANTERNS.

The STRATFORD Japanned tin lantern, brass draw tube. lens, 4-in. condenser and 3 wick lamp. Price £1 0 0 The MALVERN, Russian iron body in tin carrying case. l'rice £1 10 The OXFORD. The HATFIELD, Mahogany body, Japanned tin lining and top, lens and condenser. Price with lime tr
November 15, 1904 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
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November 15, 1904 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
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C. V As an educator, entertainer, or a hobby, the Op tical Lantern holds a unique position. At the Board and Technical schools, colleges, and at meetings of learned societies, we find its utility indispensable for thrusting home most complex and sometimes uninteresting details ne
November 15, 1904 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
THE OPTICAL LANTERN CINEMATOGRAPH JOURNAL. The focussing screen next claims our attention and my method, which is a modification of

THE OPTICAL LANTERN CINEMATOGRAPH JOURNAL. The focussing screen next claims our attention and my method, which is a modification of

Mr. J. B. Dancer's, I will now describe. The ground-glass of the finest description is to be slightly warmed, and a piece of wax rubbed all over it. This will considerably increase the transparencY and fineness of the grain. Now draw two pencil lines diagonally across on the gro
November 15, 1904 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
A WORD OF•PRAISE.

A WORD OF•PRAISE.

The following are a few extracts from the many encouraging lstters we have received. "There is a wide field for a Journal of this description. It should prove very acceptable to operators who are cut off more or less from immediate contact with the cinematograph world." JOHN TOP
November 15, 1904 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
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November 15, 1904 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
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November 15, 1904 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England