Copy has 21 pages, 42 sides. It was taken from a Bound Volume and therefore has the Binding holes showing.
Missing from this copy is a Plate of the Late King Edward's Dog, "Ceasar."
Front page shows Sir Thomas Lipton on his Yacht, "Shamrock," Racing in the Clyde Yacht club races.
The World's Pageant.
Heroes of the Hour in Sport. Showing River, Cricket, Lawn Tennis, and Polo personalities in the Public Eye. Pictures include,- 1- Henley Practice : The Christchurch, Oxford Crew waiting for their Coach. 2- M. Falcon, Captain of Cambridge in this week's Varsity Cricket Match. 3- A.F.Wilding ( New Zealand), Winner of the Wimbledon Championship. 4- A.G.Pawson, Captain of Oxford in this Week's Varsity Cricket Match. 5- G.F.Earle, Captain of Harrow Cricket X1. 6- The Oxford Polo team, Winners of the Varsity Polo Match. 7- R.St.L. Fowler, Captain of the Eton X1.
A new Full page portrait of the Countess of Warwick.
Sketches at the Army Pageant by H.M.Bateman.
Full page of photographs called "Of the Stage - But Off." Showing photo's of The Theatrical Garden Party at the Botanic Gardens.
Riviera Carnivals in England. Bournemouth's splendid programme to Celebrate its Centenary.
Full page Sketch called " After the 29th Ult." by A.Cynic.
The Bystander Abroad. The Tsar of Bulgaria, a man of intrigue, his work for his country.
Full page photograph of The Kaiser, Admiral Von Holtzondorff, and Admiral Von Tirpitz, on Board the " Hohenzollern" in Kiel Harbour.
"The Look of Things" from a Bystanders point of view.
Full page of Sketches called "The World's Greatest Art," Why not Tit-Bits from Paintings as well as from Books ?. by Oswald Cuningham.
London Nights Entertainments. by "Jingle." Illustrated by Norman Morrow. "Billy's Bargain" at the Garrick Theatre, Including a full page of sketches.
Full page called,- "Pencil Portraits of Stage Favourites" - Mr Fred Terry : Drawn from Life by Harold H. Smith.
Paris Shows, - et Autres Choses. by John N Raphael.
In the Public Eye : Lake Como.
Double page of Photo's called " The Rising Generation in Society." 1- Hon. Matthew White Ridley. Eldest Son of Viscount Ridley. 2- The Misses Sylvia, Pamela, and Angela Paget,Daughters of Lady Muriel Paget and Nieces of Viscountess Gladstone. 3- Master Desmond Miller, Son of Captain Miller, the famous Polo player. 4- "Joe," Son of Lady Violet Wingfield, and Nephew of Earl Poulett. 5- The Hon. Joan Dickson-Poynder, Daughter of Lord and Lady Islington. 6- Master David Beatty, Son of Britain's youngest Admiral, and a Grandson of Marshall Field, of Chicago.
A Food that is grown underground. The interesting industry of Mushroom culture, from which large fortunes are made in France.
A Pretty Puritan Seamstress. A Photographic Study by J. Cruwys Richards, of Bourneville.
Story - "Through the open Window" by Muriel Hine.
Full page photograph by Horace Nicholls called,- "Virgin's Bower."
Full page Advert for - "Tecla."
Golf Notes and Notions. The Open Championship, - Further reviewed by Ernest Lehmann.
Famous Cricketers : No 4. Mr A. Hartley (Lancashire) : a Sketch by Thorpe.
The Library. Perfection- yet Imperfection : an Impression of "The Portrait," by Ford Madox Hueffer.
Probable Henley Winners. Expert Predictions as to the Final disposal of the Honours.