b'1781120 1123COLLINGWOOD, W.G. (ed.) THE YELLOW BOOK - Vol.1 to Vol.5 - 1894-95THE POEMS OF JOHN RUSKIN Published by John LANE & Elkin MATHEWS. Editors,Vol. 1 POEMS WRITTEN IN BOYHOOD, [Ballantyne Press, London]Vol II POEMS WRITTEN IN YOUTH 1836-1845 A literary & artistic source for the 1890s & known through its AND LATER POEMS association with all the foremost writers of the time & its famous [Published by George Allen, London, 1891] black & white illustrations by Aubrey Beardsley (who was art complete 2 volume set, with early facsimiles of MSS. editor & foremost illustrator. Other contributors include M and illustrations by the author. Half-leather, spine Beerbohm, H James, Walter Sickert, Kenneth Grahame, Charles with raised bands, gilt titles and top edges. Conder, Edmund Gosse, Anatole France, etc.$100150$400500 1121 1124THE LASCELLES FAMILY OF GEELONG & MELBOURNE RUSKIN, John [1819 - 1900]An archive including a blank share certificate for Dennys,Fors Clavigera - Letters to the WorkmenLascelles Ltd; an 1893 letter to Mr Lascelles from Lordand Labourers of Great BritainHopetoun; a 1911 letter and signed photograph from Maryin 8 volumes + index for the 8 vols.Gibson-Carmichael (wife of the Governor) to Mrs Lascelles;[London, George Allen, 1895 and earlier]a Nov.1923 bearers letter signed by the Premier of Victoriauniformly bound in half-calf with marbled end papers, gilt titles (Harry Lawson), various travel and business related documents.and decorations, gilt top edges. (9 vols.).(13 items). $100200 $200250 11251122 [CONSUMPTIVES HOMES, NEW SOUTH WALES] Souvenir [JUDAICA] book : Published in connection with the Grand Fair and Press The Pentateuch with Haftaroth and Prayers for Sabbath : Bazaar In aid of the Queen Victoria Homes for Consumptives / Hebrew and English edited by Lord Beauchamp, [Sydney; William Brooks, 1899], [4] [Budapest, M.E. Lowys Son, 1893], pages, [65] leaves of plates : illustrations, music, portraits.5 vols., tooled black leather with gilt decoration and titles to$100150 spines.Each volume endorsed in manuscript, 1126Ballarat Hebrew School.First Prize 1899 Australasian Federal Referendum colour lithograph Awarded to Master Hyman Grinblat. certificate, inscribed to A.E. Farmer, illustrated with captioned October 1905 - Tishrei 5666. portraits of the six State Premiers and Parliament House; framed Benzion Lenzer, Principal. & glazed, overall 48 x 63cm. Also c.1919 lithographic poster Presented by Mr.L.Slutzkin. Record of the Australian Imperial Force in the Great War, Hyman Bennett Bainish Hymie Grinblat (1895 - 1956) framed & glazed 61 x 46cm. (2 items)is buried at Fawkner Memorial Park. $250350 $2002501127BEER LABELS: collection including Ballarat (Bertie) Bitters, Ballarat XXX Ale, Victoria Lager, Carlton, Fosters, Melbourne Bitter etc, (Qty)$60100 1128F.HUMPHRIS & SONS (ADELAIDE) FOOD LABELS: attractive selection with duplication including Pickles Chow Chow (5), Hop Beer (9), Real Bobs Sauce (12), Booemerang Tonic (5), and others. (70+)$6080 1129MORRIS JACOBS OF GEELONG:A March 1902 contract between Hendy & Apted, Architects (Moorabool St.) and Mr. Morris Jacobs, for "works to be done and material to be used in the alteration to shopfronts, repairs, painting, etc., to the premises in Malop Street. The four-page printed contract is signed by Jacobs and Frank Apted and is accompanied by six pages of hand-written specifications.Morris Jacobs was born in 1825, to Jewish draper, Michael Jacobs and his wife Rachel. For 100 years, the shop he established in Malop Street, Geelong, was a local icon. Morris grew up in London where he gained experience in the family trade. At 27 years of age he decided to migrate to Australia, arriving with his brother Solomon on the ship Eliza in 1852. While the gold rush was in full swing, and no doubt influenced Morris decision to come to Australia, it was not his desire to start swinging a pick and shovel on the gold fields. Rather, he 1122'