Magazine Devoted to Travel, Literature, Art, Drama, Progress, and Locomotion..
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Copy has 25 pages, 50 sides, it was taken from a Bound Volume and therefore has the Binding holes showing.
Front page shows a photograph called "The Prince of Wales goes Grouse Shooting." His Royal Highness, during his stay at Balmoral Castle, often joined the Royal shooting-parties, and is regarded by good judges as a very promising shot.
The World's Pageant.
Full page Photograph by Ernest Brooks called " Following in His Father's Footsteps : Prince Edwards at the Butts.
Full page of Photograph's called "The Army about its Business."
Full page Photograph called " The Rising of the British Phoenix." from the Ashes of the Brussels Exhibition. Photo shows The Inaugural Luncheon of the Reconstituted British Section at the Brussels Exhibition held at the Kaiserhof Restaurant in the Exhibition Grounds. Inset is a picture of King Albert of Belgium making a Speech, in which he warmly congratulated the British Exhibitors on their Triumph.
"How Far have you got ?" Memoirs of a Sufferer who reached L on Form 4. A Study of an Aristocratic Landowner engaged in filling in his "Duties on Land Values" Return, Officially described as Form 4.
Cartoon Sketch by H.M. Bateman. called " The Travail of the Taxed."
"Deer-Netting" - a Novel and Humane way Method of Capturing Animals.
London Nights Entertainments. By "Jingle." Illustrated by Norman Morrow. 1- "A Woman's Way" at the Comedy Theatre. 2- "The Sins of London" at the Lyceum Theatre.
Paris Shows. et Autres Choses by John N. Raphael.
Full page Photograph by H.W.Nicholls called "Dissembling Nature." showing a Deceptive Mirror Photograph taken at Carisbrooke, I.O.W.
The Bystander Abroad. The Rumour concerning Roumania : The Bulgarian Attitude : A Smart Balkan Army.
Full page Photograph called " A Poem in Petticoats." At Present the Idol of the German Capital, Fraulein Lucie Konig.
A Bystander in Canada. - Part 2. -The First Day in Quebec.
Double page Photograph " Daybreak in the Bay of Biscay."
Where Water Falls Uphill. An amazing phenomenon on a Canadian River, Two pictures showing High Water on the St. John River : with Water Falling Uphill.
A Crime of 1960. Two Extracts from London Newspapers of Fifty Years Hence. by Basil Macdonald Hastings.
Pencil Portraits of Stage Favourites. Mr. Henry Ainley : Drawn from Life by R.G. Mathews.
A Bonny Yorkshire Lass. Full page Portrait of Miss Betty Grey.
Half page Photograph of an Idyllic Retreat : A Charming House at Little Comberton on the River Avon.
The Amateur Dramatic Season Opens. Full page Sketch called " Things are not always what they seem."
Autumn Fishing on the Broads. Photographs by Leonard Willoughby. 1-A Bend in the River : Thorpe St. Andrews,a Picturesque spot close to Norwich. 2- Two nice Pike. 3- Brundall, where there is excellent Fishing and a charming Village. 4- The Haunt of the big Fish Landed. 5- Buckenham Ferry, a delightful Reach, Sixteen Miles above Oulten. 6- Oulton Broad in Regatta Week. 7- Gaffing a Pike at Oulton. 8- Fishing on a Norfolk Broad.
Games and Pastimes. By Ernest Lehmann. A Good Lawn Tennis Season, Rugby Football, and Golf.
Full page Advert for Johnnie Walker.
Shooting : Pheasants and Bags. By Leonard Willoughby.