This Copy has 18 Pages, 36 Sides, it was taken from a Bound Volume and therefore has the Binding Holes showing.
Front Page is a Portrait of Miss Claire de Trafford called "A Fair Cantiniere".
Bystander War Comments - by the Editor.
Cartoon Drawing called - "The Government of the World" by Alick Ritchie.
Full Page Photograph called "Excellent Cuisine and Service" showing Men of the A.S.C. at Dinner-Somewhere. Page has a Library Stamp in the Top Margin.
Photograph of the Hospital Saturday Carnival at Richmond.
Full Page Photograph of the Late Flight-Lieutenant R.A.Warneford, V.C.
Full Page Drawing called "Barbarismus."
"In England Now !" - a Weekly Causerie on Social Life at Home. by Blanche.
Full Page Photograph of Mrs Austen Chamberlain. The Wife of the new Secretary of State for India.
"Run after All" - A Derby of Sorts at Newmarket. Full page of Photographs.
"The Result of the War" A Forecast by the Office Cynic.
"Little Ironies of War-Time" - 3 Cartoon Drawings by Mitchell.
"Calm after Storm" by the Bystander in Italy.
Two Half Page Photographs called "On the Isonzo Frontier" - where Italy is Pressing home important Gains.
Double Page Picture Called "Sheep Upon the Seashore" by Santorio, the Celebrated Italian Painter, who has been Captured by the Austrians.
"On being Company Orderly Corporal" by Saki.
Full Page Photograph Called "An Interrupted Cadence" - The regretable suspension of the London Opera Season, Photo shows Madame Tamaki Miura.
The New Russia - and a New Book Thereon. by R.S.
Full Page of Illustrations Called "The Base of a Baseless Rumour" - showing typical views of Archangel of Immortality Memory". Page has a Library Stamp on the Top Margin.
Short Story - "Zero of the Red Cross" by Guy Lysle.
Half Page Drawing - "The Spread of Militarism" by Frederick Garnett.
"Somewhere in Flanders" - A Weekly Letter from an Officer at the Front. by Jack Johnson.
Full page Cartoon by G.S.Sherwood, called -"People We Feel Sorry For."
London Nights Entertainments - "A Comedy and a Farce" by "Jingle" Illustrated by Norman Morrow. Revue's of the Comedy " Gamblers All " at Wyndham's Theatre, and a Farce With a Problem in it, " The Green Flag " at the Vaudeville.