Copy has 26 pages, 52 sides, it was taken from a Bound Volume and therefore has the Binding holes showing.
Front page shows a portrait photograph of Viscountess Curzon.
Articles include,- The World's Pageant. The Bystanders Weekly Comments. 1- A photograph of Walmer Castle. 2- Piety in Aberdeen. 3- Highland Games. 4- The Court. 5- Lord Spencer. 6- The Passing of the Victorians. 7- The Modera "Sir Dinadan." 8- The Eternal Feminine. 9- Florence Nightingale, and Her Times. 10- " Collars." 11- Erin en Fete. 12- This Weeks Wonders. 13- Polite Territorials. 14- Hints for the new Clerk of the Weather. 15 Post Office Ineptitude. 16- Small Portrait of, Captain Archibald Weigall. 17- Small Portrait of, Baroness Eckhardstein. 18- Small Photograph of the Solicitor, Mr. Arthur Newton.
Full page Photograph called " The Flight to the North." A Sunny Morning in Princes Street, Edinburgh.
Full page of Photographs called " The Hardy Northerner's Sport." Enormous Entries and Splendid Competition at Grasmere.
Full page of Photographs called "Where You May Have Been Last Week." Racing at Stockton, Boating at Marlow, or Feting at Shrewsbury. 1- In the Paddock at Stochton Races. 2- Rowing at Marlow : Four Ladies' Difficulty in Besting Each Other. 3- " Lepping " at Shrewsbury : The Wall Jump.
Full page Photograph of Her Grace The Duchess of Rutland, taken at Belvoir Castle.
The Brussels Exhibition. 1- Photograph of The Brussels Exhibition Fire : Collapse of the British Lion. 2- Photograph of the Brussels Exhibition Fire : Entrance to the Belgian Section where the Fire started. 3- Full page Photograph called "The Pitiful End of a Great National Effort." What Remains, after the Fire, of the British Section of the Brussels Exhibition.
"The Country Horse-Show Season." Full page of Cartoon Sketches by Starr Wood.
"The Look of Things." From a Bystander's Point of View.
The Parvenu's Progress. Full page Cartoon Drawing by H.M. Bateman.
The Wounding of Game. How to Minimise the Cruelty caused by Bad Shooting. By Leonard Willoughby.
Full page Photograph called " A Wideawake Cavendish !" Showing Lord Hartington, The Future Duke of Devonshire, very much Alert on the Moors.
Paris Shows, et Autres Choses, By John N. Raphael.
"Life in the Mercantile Marine." Cartoon Drawing by E.G.O. Beuttler. No V1.- A Captain At Last! And Lord Of All He Surveys.
Mr. Hall Caine's Forthcoming Plays. By "Jingle" illustrated by Norman Morrow.
A New Princess for Daly's. Full page Photograph of the Actress Miss Alice O'Brien.
Double page Drawing by Mark Fenderson. Called,- "Proposed Martyrdom of Suffragettes : Intense Anxiety Beyond the Pale."
Full page Photograph called " An Idyll of the Sun and Sand." A Merry, Modern Mermaid discovered by Two inquisitive Pomeranians on the Coast of the Isle of Wight.
A Colour page Supplement to the Bystander called "In Difficulties" Specially Painted for the "Bystander" by Harry Rountree.
The Bystander Abroad. 1- France Arm-in-Arm with Switzerland. 2- Austria's Future Ruler. 3- Holiday-Making at Marienbad. 4- Deauville, and Blankenberghe.
Full page Photographcalled " Knitting in the Sun."
Short Story, "The Assignation" By Linda Lindemann.
Two Views of Exeter Cathedral. 1- The West Front of Exeter Cathedral. 2- Some of the Weather-Battered Patriarchs and Saints in the Niches of Exeter Cathedral.
Famous Cricketers : No6. Mr. H.K. Foster. (Warwickshire) : Full page Sketch by Thorpe.
The Library. 1- Auction Bridge. 2- A Prisoner in Spain. 3- The Parson's Pleasance. 4- A Candidate for Danger. 5- The Relentless Gods.
"The Orient in Piccadilly." Full page Drawing by G.E.Studdy.
"A Check in Mid-Stream." Full page Photograph of a Scene at a Meet of Mr Courtenay Tracy's Otter Hounds at Laverick Bridge, near Wilton, Wiltshire.
" Old English Fabrics." By Charles Robson. Notes on the Collection of Mr. F.W.Phillips.
The Bystander Outdoor Life Section. Golf, by Ernest Lehmann. Cricket and Lawn Tennis.