The Original Comic Conjurer, Pall Mall Exchange,CarltonSt.,London,S.W.

oidney fielder,

Sleight of Hand Novelties and Hand Shadows. 30 Darlington Road, Southsea.

* • Magician, Juggler, Chapeaugraphist, and Mandolinist. King's Arms Hotel, Dalton-in-Furness.

Illusionist, Alll-round Magic for Bazaars, Private engagements.—College Rd. Norwich

MAGICIANS ! !! NEXT MONTH advertisefor Fetes, Galas, Garden Parties, &c.


The Irish Conjurer. 194 Clonliffe Road, Drumcondra, Dublin.

p edward cook,

* With his mysterious & amusing entertainment. 16 Cricklade-rd. Bishopston,Bristol

Children's Entertainer, Conjuring, Shadows, &c., 147 Gt. Titchfield St., W.

Professional Cards.

T portland,

J • Teacher of Sleight of Hand. Professionals & ladies taught. 11 St. Paul's Road, Canonbury, N.

P)unning, miss kahn & kahn

Ventriloquism. Magic, playing every Hall of note in Great Britain. Two brilliant acts-

wilton warton,

" Expert Manipulator of Cards, Coins, &c. 3 Pansy Street, Liverpool.

a h. atkinson

JrX' Sleiçht of Hand Expert,

159 Kings Cross Road, W.C.

^ The Modern Magician, Coin and Card Manipulator. 31 Balfour Street, Bradford.

Mr. ELLIS STANYON, whose portrait we present to readers of the Favorite, is the author of various up-to-date works on conjuring. He is also the Editor of an important monthly journal, entitled Magic, the main features of which are as follows: History of Modern Magicians, Lessons in M^gic, Fscsimile Reproductions of Old Magical Programmes, Biographies of Old-time Magicians, a complete and exhaustive Bibliography of Conjuring, Explanatory Programmes of Modern Magicians, Hand Shadows, Table Tricks, Correspondence, etc., etc.


Photo by Hellis & Son, Regent Street, IV.

Magic is the first and only paper in the British Empire devoted solely to the interests of magicians, jugglers, ventriloquists, and speciality entertainers, amateur or professional performers. If the improv-ments and the increased support visible in each issue, Nos. 1 to 7, are any guide then the paper has already established itself as a valuable advertising medinm for novelties of all kinds, and as being indispensable to the community it would benefit.

When we consider that Mr. Stanyon has devoted his life to popularising the pleasing art of Sleight of Hand and Conjuring generally, we have little or no hesitation in predicting that Magic, from the valuable and keenly interesting nature of its contents, will prove a great and lasting success.

From " The Favorite " Magazine.

miscellaneous Advertisements.

Twelve words, 4d., every additional three words, id. Professional Announcements Displayed in this Column 2\6 (60 cts,) per inch.

pHARMED CONFETTI CRYSTAL Goblet, Fairy Handkerchief, Mesmerised Egg and Mystic Shower. Post free 1/3 complete. A Magician writes: "Very pleased with your little trick Crystal Goblet and Confetti; the shower from the egg is a charming idea."—Adrian Francis, Millom, Cumberland.

J. DE WITT, The Modern Magician,


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