Black and White Budget, No. 22, Vol. II, March 10th 1900

2 BLACK AND WHITE BUDGE 7 March jo, 1900 LANTERN PICTURES OF THE WAR TERMS FOll I I IKE AND SALE .hire of Lecture Land a n tern Slides.— We supply a type-written Lecture illustrative of the most recent events of the war, with accompanying 60 slides fully explanatory thereof. The Price for Hire of Lecture and Slides is 35s. for the first night, and 20s. for every subsequent night. The time occupied in delivering the Lecture and showing the Slides is as near as possible 1 ),£hours. Hire of Slides only ,—If individual Slides are required, without the Lecture, the price for hire is 5s. per dozen. Sale of Slides.— Single Slides, as per list, can be procured at a rosi of is. per slide. Owing to the great demand for these slides, completion of orders cannot be guaranteed under four days from receipt, but every effort will be made to ensure prompti­tude. Terms :Cash with order. Postage and packing extra. *'All communications to be addressed to Manager, Slide Department, “Black &¦*White''' Office, j j , Bouverie Street, London, E.C. LIST OF LANTERN SLIDES ILLUSTRATING THE WAR.— LIST No. 2. (AH previous lists are now can celled 525«5°49484746454443421440393837363534333231302928272625242322212019181716514¦'3)456789101112 General Symons Sir Red vers Buller News from Mafeking A Well-planted Shell Armoured Train Field Artillery Cros.sing Klip River Cruisers Convoying Transports Dawn at Last Van Reenen’s Pass Johannesburg GoldMines Prisoners on Racecourse, Pretoria President Kruger Preaching Lady Sarah Wilson at Mafeking Saving the Guns—Tugela Bluejackets Leaving Simon’s Town Charge of the 5th Lancers at Glencoe South African Light Horse Wounded Officers Leaving “Su­matra ”Special Service Squadron Scene at the War Office The Last Cartridge Boers Ileliographing Kruger takes his Pipe Everywhere Charge of the Gordons, Grobler's Kloof Executive Council, Pretoria Trumpeter Shurlock up“Bringing the Guns ”Troops Landing at Durban Dispatch Runner Overtaken Grey town Tugela Punt Battle of Farquhar’s Farm Sunday River Bridge Balloon and Armoured Train at Farquhar’s Farm Officers of Carbineers Ladysmith Camp (1) Colenso Bridge Below Tugela Ferry Ladysmith and Environs Valley of Glencoe Armoured Train inAction Map—Round Glencoe Map—Round Ladysmith Natal Manu'uvres, Ladysmith Natal Royal Rifles Looking for Bullet by X Rays Colenso Refugees—Ladysmith Station Map—round Kimberley Modder Bridge. View of Estcourt Mow InfantryareTaken from Camp 5354555< j 57585960616263646566676869707193 *In o r d erin git is Wreck of Arm oured Train, Chieveley Flight from Colenso Sketch :Effect of Shell on Engine In Armoured Train Guns from “Powerful ”Drilling In Armoured Train Waiting P>attle of Ladysmith Boer Trenches, Modder Boers Blowup Railway, Estcourt Boer Prisoners and Wounded, Ladysmith BlockHouse, Orange River Town Hall, Ladysmith Line to Kimberley,Crossing ((range River Body being Taken for Burial, Ladysmith No. 10 Mountain Battery“ A Good Samaritan under Fire ’“The men with the long knives were amongst us” Ladysmith Balloon Taken Along Streets Imperial Light Horse, Crossing Bridge, North of Estcourt Colonel Thorneycroft Wounded Men on “Sumatra” C Squadron, Thorneycroft’s In­fantry “The Chaplain Does his Duty ”General View Colenso Panorama, Estcourt Burgher Taking Leave of his“ Vrow ”British Camp, Estcourt Colonel Baden-Powell and Lord Edward Cecil a Mafeking Ladysmith Camp (2) Naval Brigade mobilising at Ports­mouth 47-inch guns leaving Durban Kruger and his Bodyguard The C .I.V .’sat St. Paul's Cathe- dial Band of the 1st Suftolks on Board ss. “Scott” Battle of Estcoirt Notice to Spie' Major-General A.G Wauchope Batt 1 e of Colenso—Dublin Fusiliers trying to cross the Tugela Battle of Colenso Dead Heroes of the Battle of Colenso After the Battle of Magersfontein sufficient to 9495 <j6 979899100101102103104>°5106107 io3 109110111112•13114”5116117118119121122'23124>25126127128 quote numb e ron list Colonel Cooper and Officers of Dublin Fusiliers Photo taken inside an outhouse at Modder River Battle of Magersfontein —High­landers surprised inclose order Canadian contingent leaving <Quebec Departure of Pietermaritzburg Home Guards for the Front C Company Royal Canadian Rifles New Zealand Contingent Naval Brigade from II. M.S. “Tartar" liennet Burleigh interviews Buller finding Troops at the Point,Durban C.I. V. on Board the “Garth Castle ”Durban Natal Volunteers for the Front Death of Colonel Scott-Chisholme at Elandslaagte Lady Minto Presenting Colours to Canadians Battle of Graspan General Lyttelton Lieutenant-General Sir Charles Warren Imperial Yeomanry Cheering the Prince at Albany Barracks Signalling to Ladysmith from Frere by Searchlight 12-pounder Naval Gun at Estcourt Rene Bull by Armoured Train Cyclist Scouts Crossing aDrift at Frere Panorama of the Hattie of Lady­ smith The Faithful Terrier Guarding his Master’s Body at Graspan Headquarters, Mafeking: Bomb­proof Shelter Effect of Boer Shells: Drawing Room, Riesle’s Hotel, Mafeking Effect of Boer Shells: Private House Wrecked, Mafeking Effect of Boer Shells: Mr. Cohen’s House, Mafeking Refugees’ Camp, Durban Removing Wounded after Battle Rimington’s Scouts Reconnoitring Dawn After the Battle—“ The Roll Call ”“Ah !If it were only ’81 again in lint.
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