Magazine Devoted to Travel, Literature, Art, Drama, Progress, and Locomotion..
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This Copy has 24 pages, 48 sides, it was taken from a Bound Volume and therefore has the Binding Holes showing.
Front page is Called, - "Home On Leave." It shows a Photograph of Lady Loughborough, of whom this is the latest and most captivating portrait, She is home from Egypt, where she has been Nursing the Wounded. She married in Cairo six months ago to Lord Loughborough, eldest son of the Earl of Rosslyn.
Articles include,- Bystander War Comments, by the Editor.
Full page Drawing by Captain Bruce Bairnsfather. Called,- " The Offensive - What it looks Like - And what it Feels Like."
Two Small Portraits of The New Earl and Countess of Sandwich.
Revue of Regent's Park. Full page of Sketches by Miss Helen Mckie.
" In England - Now !" - A Weekly Letter from "Blanche."
" A Charming War-Bride." A Full page Portrait of Mrs. Guy Westmacott, who before her Marriage on Jul 10th was the Hon. Edith Winn, only Daughter of Lord and Lady St.Oswald.
Full page Cartoon Drawing by Alfred Lees called, "The Latest Viennese Valse." Music by the (Very) Blue Hungarian Band.
Double Page of Photographs called, "The First of July 1916." 1- The Worcesters on their Way to do Battle. 2- The Lancashire Fusiliers Fixing Bayonets, Ready for Action. 3- The Delivery of the Assault in the Early Morning of July 1st. 4- The Roll-Call after the Attack in the Afternoon of the same day.
Full page called, - Why Not " A Push" at Home ?. Some things that really want doing.
Full page Drawing called " Total Exemption."
"Somewhere in Flanders." Sleutheronium Espionis. By Jack Johnson.
"In Dixie-Land." Full page Drawing by Captain Bruce Bairnsfather. This page has a Library Stamp on the top Margin.
The Bystander in Paris, by John N. Raphael.
" Somme-where in France." Showing 4 photographs. 1- A Pleasant thing to run up against on a Dark Night. 2- Grandmother. 3- A small part of the Empty - Shell-cases. 4- One of many Railway Sidings.
Full page showing 2 Photographs called,- "Some " (More Samples). Showing Miss Lee White. The life and soul of "Some," singing "Jingle Johnnie" with her Chorus at the new Vaudeville Revue.
"The Way of the Liar." By Efemera, Illustrated by Hill Clarke.
The Latest Tip - But not for the Porter!. Full page Cartoon Drawing by Douglas Mackenzie.
Full page Drawing called,- " Sensible of the Censor." " My Dear Mother, -Just a line to let you know i am quite well as it leaves me at present, but i am not allowed to say so. - I remain your loving son, Walter."
London Nights Entertainment. " Some" ( More Samples) at the Vauderville. By "Jingle." illustrated by Norman Morrow.
Half page Advert for, Bird's Custard.
Short Story "The Reason." By C. Starr Johns.
Half page Advert for, Turnbull & Asser.
Half page Advert for, Mappin & Webb Ltd.
Half page Advert for the Swan Fountain Pen.
Fresh, French, and Frisky. Full page Photograph of, Mlle. Lucienne Dervyle.
Books of the Week. 1- Oranges and Lemons, by Mrs Harding. 2- Gaby's Partner, by Arnaud Varlez. 3- The Human Boy and the War, by Mr. Phillpott. 4- The Russian Arts, by Mrs. Newnarch.
Half page Advert for, Pope & Bradley.
Matters Musical. by Francis Toye.
A Motor Note, by Alex J.M. Gray.
Half page Advert for, Vauxhall Motors Ltd.
Half page Advert for, B.F. Goodrich Co Ltd.
Fashion's Fancies. By Mrs. Jack May.
How Obesity altered the Map of Europe.
The Menu. By Emilia. A Few Summer Dishes. 1- Green Pea Soup. 2- Ham and Green Peas. 3- Crab Salad. 4- Mayonnaise of Eggs. 5- Raspberry Fool.