The Bystander Jul 13th 1910.
- Magazine Devoted to Travel, Literature, Art, Drama, Progress, and Locomotion..
Copy has 25 pages, 50 sides, it was taken from a Bound Volume and therefore has the Binding holes showing.
Front page called - The "Bournemouth,1910" Char at the Bournemouth Carnivals.
The World's Pageant.
The Bystanders Weekly Comments.
1- Royal Movements.
2- Wedding of Lady Mary Bowes-Lyon to Lord Elphinstone.
3- The Snob of the moment.
4- "Airmen" and Accidents.
5- The Ring "Dies" Gamely.
6- Last Week's Mishaps.
7- Mudlarking at Lord's.
8- Puccini and Water.
9- Chemists in Clover.
10- The Accession Envoys.
11- Wonders of the Week.
After the Black Ascot - A Black Henley.
Admirable Racing But Miserable Weather at the Regatta.
1- Eton College Wins the Ladies' Plate.
2- Magdalen College, Wins the Challenge Cup.
During the Fine Intervals.
Some Means by which the Londoner attempted to divert himself in the Miserable first Week of July.
1-At Henley : Clare College, Cambs, Beating Thames R.C. For the Thames Cup.
2- At Lord's : General View of the Varsity Match, won by Oxford.
3- At Stafford House: The Duchess of Sutherland's Garden Party.
Catch - Penny Pruriency.
Some Up-To-Date Methods of Popular Weekly Periodicals.
Nature Note : July.
"Fungi in the Botanical Gardens." Full page of Sketches by H.M.Bateman
Cartoon Sketch " At the Anywhere Exhibition." Drawn by Rene Bull.
Are Prize Fights Too Brutal.
"The Bystander's" View of How They Might Be Reformed.
Full page of Cartoon sketches By Norman Morrow.
The Bystander Abroad.
1- The Berlin Changes.
2- The Kaiser's New Foreign Minister.
3- A Trial for Sir Charles Hardinge.
4- Ridiculous Paris Frocks.
An Inspiration of Foreign Policy.
Full page Photograph of Professor Arminius Vambery, C.V.O.
The Look of Things, from a Bystanders Point of View.
" A Bolt From the Blue."
Full page Drawing by Arthur J.W. Burgess.
London Nights Entertainments. By "Jingle." illustrated by Norman Morrow.
1- "Priscilla Runs Away" at the Haymarket.
2- The Orange Tree" at the Ranelagh.
3- A full page of Sketches of "Priscill Runs Away" by Norman Morrow.
Pencil Portraits of Stage Favourites.
Full page showing Mr.H.B. Irving : Drawn From Life by Harold H. Smith.
Fair Women At The Grafton.
Showing Pictures of Three Famous Sargents.
2- Mrs. Mathias.
3- Lady Ian Hamilton.
A Romance of the Opera.
Signorina Cavalieri Married To a Wealthy American.
Full page Photograph of the Most Beautiful Prima Donna.
Double page Photograph called " Lovely in Death the Beauteous Ruin Lay "
Showing A Ruin at Baalbek, Syria.
A Full page Photograph called,- "Sunset on an Icebound Fjord."
Bournemouth Aetat 100.
Photographs from Bournemouth Carnival.
1- Pierrot on an Aeroplane Serenades the Moon.
2- The Bournemouth Pig.
3- Suffragettes who did everything to Harangue the Crowd.
4- Jolly Dutch Folk.
5- Pretty Bournemouth Girls in Japanese Guise.
6- Terra Nova in Search of the Pole.
7- A Chinese Pagoda.
8- A Sunday Tram.
9- The Chantecler Char, which won the £200 Prize at Nice.
"Which Are the Real Bournemouth People."
Full page of Cartoon Sketches by H.M.Bateman.
Short Story, " The Woman That Was." By Stephen Saint.
The Simple Life for a Pretty Princess.
Full page Photograph of Miss Neilson-Terry as the Heroine of " Priscilla Runs Away."
Full page of Cartoon Sketches by Hope Read.
Famous Cricketers : No5.
Mr.G.H. Simpson-Hayward : A Full page Sketch by Thorpe.
Mill Hill. A famous Interdenominational School. Written by C.C.Hardy.
Full page Photograph showing "An Old Gateway at Gruyere."
A Visit to the Brussels Exhibition. By Arnold Golsworthy.
Golf : The Open Championship - III. By Ernest Lehmann.
1- Where Harry Vardon Failed.
2- Robson's Return to Form.
3- Mr. Ball's Superb Round.
HENLEY : Gratifying Results for Patriots.
Racing : Sandown, by Carbine.
1- Notes on Newmarket.
2- The Eclipse Stakes.
3- Two-Year-Olds at Sandown.
1- Annuals to Flower in Winter.
2- Climbers and Their Propagation.
Full page Entry Form for "The Bystander" Acrosticatures Competition.
Motoring by Land, Sea, or Sky.
Half page Advert for "Schoolbreds."
Fashion's Fancies. By Mrs Jack May.
A Chat on Corsets.
The Menu, By Emilia.
1- Fowl Stewed with Asparagus.
2- Fricandeau of Veal.
3- Braised Tongue and Peas.
4- Sweetbreads a la Creme.
5- Devilled Lobster (a Savoury).