The Graphic (№ 2249)
Коллектив авторов01.01.1913
Offices: TALLIS STREET, WHITEFRIARS, E. C.
Telephone Nos. Telegrams.
2860, 2851, 2862, 2863 Holborn. "Talliscano, London. "


Notice to Contributors.


The Editor will always be glad to receive drawings, sketches, and photographs for consideration, those op a topical nature being preferred. These should in every case bear the name and address of the sender, and a description of the subject of the picture should be supplied on the back. The return of rejected contributions will not be guaranteed,
but if a stamped and addressed wrapper be enclosed every effort will be made to ensure this being done. Liberal payment will be made for accepted contributions.
AVIS AUX COLLABORATEURS.
La Direction sera toujours très heureuse de recevoir, pour les examiner, des dessins. croquis et photographies ayant une valeur artistique; les sujets originaux et topiques seront
prélérés. Les envois doivent toujours porter le nom et 1’adresse des correspondants et une description sommaire des sujets proposes. Le renvoi des documents non acceptés n’est pas garanti; mais si une enveloppe timbrée accompagne 1'envoi, des dispositions spéciales seront prises en conséquence. Une généreuse rémunération est toujours accordée pour les propositions qui sont acceptées.
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS.
In consequence of the numerous inquiries made upon the subject the Proprietors of this Journal beg to intimate that
Applications for Advertisements to be printed upon Sheets entitled Interleaves or Leaflets, or bearing any other title,
and said to be inserted in any portion of The Graphic, do not emanate from this Office, and such Insertions are in no way connected with the Paper.


AUSTRALIA


BY THE


ORIENT LINE


Under Contract to carry His Majesty’s Mails to
FREMANTLE, ADELAIDE, MELBOURNE, SYDNEY, and BRISBANE,
calling at
GIBRALTAR, TOULON, NAPLES, TORT SAID, COLOMBO. Through Tickets to NEW ZEALAND and Tasmania,
Tons. London. Toulon. Na, les. OTWAY. (twin sc. ) 12, 077 — Jan. 23 Jan. 11
OTRANTO, (twin sc. ) 12. 124 Jan. 17 Dec. 12 Jan. 25 OSTERLEY (twin sc. ) 12 120 Jan. 31 Feb. 6 Feb. 8
ORAMA. (triple sc. ) 12, 928 Feb. 14 Feb. 20 Feb. 22
Managers—F. GREEN and Co., ANDERSON, ANDERSON and Co. For passage apply to the latter firm, at 5, Fenchurch Avenue, London, E. C., or to the Branch Office, 2S, Cockspur Street, S. W.


HARWICH ROUTE




TO THE CONTINENT.


ACCELERATED SERVICE to and from NORTH GERMANY.
Via HOOK OF HOLLAND (British Royal Mail Route) Daily by Turbine Steamers. Liverpool Street Station dep. 8. 30 p. m.
Corridor Vestibuled Train (heated by steam), with 1st and 2nd class Dining and Breakfast Cars, no Supplementary Charge for Seats.
Through Carriages and Restaurant Cars from and to the Hook of Holland alongside the steamers.
Via ANTWERP for BRUSSELS, Every Week-day by large Twin-Screw Steamers. Liverpool Street Station dep. 8. 40 p. m. Corridor Vestibuled Train (heated by steam), with 1st and 2nd class Dining and Breakfast Cars, no Supplementary Charge for Seats.
WIRELESS TELEGRAPH and Submarine Signalling on the Great Eastern Railway Steamers.
Via ESBJERG for Denmark, Norway and Sweden, by the Danish Royal Mail Steamers of the Forenede Line of Copenhagen, Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
Via HAMBURG by the General Steam Navigation Company’s steamers “Peregrine” and “Hirondelle* (fitted with Submarine Signalling) every Wednesday and Saturday.
Corridor Vestibuled Train (heated by steam), with 1st and 3rd Class Dining and Breakfast Cars every Week-day from and to York. Through Corridor Carriages from and to Liverpool, Warrington, Sheffield, Bradford (Exchange), Leeds, Birmingham and Rugby.
The Trains to Parkeston Quay, Harwich, run alongside the steamers, and hand-baggage is taken on hoard free of charge.
Particulars of the Continental Traffic Manager, Great Eastern Railway, Liverpool
HIS MAJESTY’S THEATRE.
Proprietor, Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree. EVERY EVENING, at 8. 15,
DRAKE. A Play in 3 Acts by Louis N. Parker.
Produced by Sir Herbert Tree and the Author.
MATINEE EVERY WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, at 2. 15. And THURSDAYS, January 9 and 16.
CT. JAMES’S THE TURNING POINT.
GEORGE ALEXANDER and ETHEL IRVING.
Every Evening, at 8. 30.
MATINEE EVERY WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, at 2. 30. LYCEUM PANTOMIME. FORTY THIEVES.
TWICE DAILY, at 2 and 7. 30. Strongest Pantomime Company in London. Gorgeous Scenic effects, Grand Ballets, &c. Popular Prices—5s. to
6d. Seats reserved in advance from 2s. 6d. Matinée Prices for Children to Stalls and Circle. Gerr. 7017.
PRINCE’S PANTOMIME. CINDERELLA.
Shaftesbury Avenue, W. C.
TWICE DAILY, at 2 and 7. 30. ELISE CRAVEN as Cinderella, Hairy Roxbury as Buttons, and Full Pantomime Company. Over One Hundred Performers. Popular Prices, 6d. to 5s. 1 ox Office 10 to 10. Gerr. 5983.
PALLADIUM. Argyll Street, W.
CHARLES GULLIVER, Managing Director.
ALWAYS THE BEST ENTERTAINMENT IN LONDON.
PALLADIUM MINSTRELS, 120 Black - Faced Artists, 40 Banjoists, and 25 Instrumentalists. Songs, Music and Sketches.
BOOK NOW. Prices, 6d. to 5s.
LONDON OPERA HOUSE. KINGSWAY.
Managing Director: FERNAND AKOUN.
The World’s Cinema Vaudeville Theatre. Unique Cinematography. Exclusive Vaudeville Acts. New Fairy Play. Every Evening, at 8. ALL SEATS RESERVED, 6d. to 3s. PRIVATE BOXES, 10s. 6d., 15s., 21s. MATINEES, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, at 2. 30. BOX OFFICE NOW OPEN. Telephone: Holborn 6840. General Manager, Ben Nathan.


BOOKS RECEIVED


GENERAL
Deer Breeding for Fine Heads. With descriptions of many varieties and cross-breeds. By Walter Winans, F. Z. S. 12s. 6d. [Mr. Winans-writes on a subject on which little has appeared. He thinks that feeding has a lot to do with it, and he declares that the ordinary forest keeper will not learn. There are thirty-four good illustrations. ]
The Annual of Swedish Art and Literature. (Sole Agents, W. Dawson and Sons. ) 5s. net. [This handsome souvenir, issued by Allien and
Akerlund, Gothenburg, is a monograph on the work of Anders Zorn, twentyseven of whose pictures are reproduced, some of them in colour. Among the latter “Sunset at Edo” will raise some criticism. There are six stories by Swedish writers (in English) and some interesting views of Swedish scenery. It is all very artistically produced. ]