This Copy has 20 pages, 40 sides, it was taken from a Bound Volume and therefore has the Binding Holes showing.
Front Page is called THANK YOU ! GOOD DAY ! with a picture of Earl Beauchamp, Mr. Birrell, and Lord Haldane, three Ministers who decided it to be in the National interest that they should retire from office to make way for members of the Opposition.
Articles Include -
Bystander War Comments by The Editor.
Full Page called "All Hands on Deck !" - The Nucleus Membership of the New National Cabinet. Showing Photographs of Sir Edward Grey, Mr. Asquith, Mr. Balfour, Mr. Bonar Law, Mr. Austen Chamberlain, Mr. Lloyd George, Mr. McKenna, Lord Crewe, Mr. Arthur Henderson.
The Inner History of the Churchill Fisher Crisis. - by one who knows.
Two Half Page pictures called "Big Italy Defeats Gio-Little Italy" - showing Last Weeks War Crowds in Rome and Milan.
WAR LORD versus PRESS LORD - The Danger of the wrong kind of Dictatorship.
Full page Drawing called "What Might Have Been" showing an Awful Vision dreamed by our Artist after hearing the report that the Successor to Winston at the Admiralty would be Mr. Balfour.
"In England-Now !" A Weekly Causerie on Social Life at home. By Blanche.
Full Page picture showing " The Heads of the Four States to whom Europe is looking to complete the Alliance against Teutonism" - The King of Italy, King of Rumania, King of Bulgaria, King of Greece. This Page has a Library Stamp in the Top Margin.
Full Page of Sea Drawings called "Taking No Risks" showing - Cautious Neutrals in the North Sea.
" Somewhere in Flanders" - A Weekly Letter from an Officer at ther Front. Jack Johnson.
Full Page Drawing by Alick P.F. Ritchie. called "Trouble in the Artists' Camp."
Full Page Photograph called "This Desirable Residence" - A German Dugout.
Full Page Camera Portrait by Hugh Cecil of Madame Muira, who played the part of "Madame Butterfly" in Puccini's Opera at the London Opera House.
Double Page Print called "The Country House Party - New Style" by A.Wallis Mills.
Short story by E.Temple Thurston called "ALL"
Full page Drawing by Hutton Mitchell called "Not Likely !"
"The Censor Censed" by A Stranger Within.
Camera Portrait of Mr. Basil Hallam by Hugh Cecil called "Gilbert of the Filberts".
The Bystander in Paris.
Full Page Drawing called "In Paris - Now " by Henry Tenre.
The Weekly Feature "Books of the Week" by R.S.
Full Page Advert for John Walker & Sons Ltd.
Motoring and the Raiders by Alex. J. M.Gray.
The Racing Decision : Newmarket or Nothing, by "Carbine."
" London Nights Entertainment "- A Revue of "Watch Your Step" at the Empire Theatre by "Jingle."
Half Page Advert for " Vinot Cars Ltd ". This Page has a Library Stamp in the Top Margin.