Magazine Devoted to Travel, Literature, Art, Drama, Progress, and Locomotion..
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This Copy has 27 pages, 54 sides, it was taken from a Bound Volume and therefore has the binding holes showing.
Front page Shows a photograph of Miss Lily Brayton, looking as fiercely handsome as ever as the heroine of the new Oriental Revue-Drama, "Chu-Chin-Chow," at His Majesty's Theatre - a magnificent stage spectacle. This page has a Library Stamp on the Top Margin.
Articles include,- Bystander War Comments. By the Editor.
"Touch Wood !." A Full page Drawing by E.R.
The Devon and Somerset Staghounds. Full page of photographs of a Meet at North Molton. 1- Earl Fortescue. 2- Miss Dorothy Greig. 3- Miss Jefferson. 4- The Old-Established Pack of the Devon and Somerset Staghounds.
With the Kangaroos to England. Full page of Scenes and incidents on an England-Bound transport bringing Australian troops to bear their share of the Empire's War. Sketched from Life by an Anzac Soldier on his way over.
A Wedding and an Engagement. Two Half page photographs. 1- Lady Levinge. Who was married on August 31st to Major R.V. Buxton. 2- Miss Daphne Bourke. Who is Engaged to Lieutenant John Fortescue.
" In England-Now." A Weekly Letter from "Blanche."
A Full page Drawing called, " All Dressed Up-(?)."
"Types They Have in the Navy." No.2 - "The Bird." Full page Drawing by Arthur Watts.
"War As It Might Have Been." What Hanwell Thinks To-day. By " For'ard On."
"The Caution of Age - Shown twice on One Page." Two half page Cartoon Drawings. By Mitchell.
"The Bystander in Paris." A Very Short Story. By John N. Raphael.
An Allied Princess. Full page Portrait of Princess Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the King and Queen of Roumania.
Tactical Developments. A Full page Drawing by Captain Bruce Bairnsfather.
The World-Wide War : Pictorialities From East and West. Double page showing Six photographs,- 1- On the Italian Front. 2- On the German Sea-Front in Belgium. 3- On the Egyptian Front. 4- On the Roumanian Front. 5- On the Balkan Front. 6- On the Salonica Front.
"The Vision Feminine." A Change for the Better, by "Efemera." Illustrated by Hill Clarke.
Appearing in "Some" - But Not Much !. Full page photograph of Miss Josey Dameuse of whom this is an attractive and interesting portrait, is now playing at the Vauderville Theatre.
Laughter on the Land. Two half page photographs showing Girls as "Our New Harvesters" on Lord Rayleigh's farm at Terling.
The Bystander in Copenhagen.
Half page Advert for, John Pound & Co.
Full page Advert for Haig & Haig Ltd.
London Nights Entertainments. "High Jinks" at the Adelphi Theatre. By "Jingle." Illustrated by Norman Morrow.
Full page Advert for, Maison Lyons.
Half page Advert for, Turnbull & Asser.
Musical Notes. The "Proms"Again.
Half page photograph of the Actress Miss Gertie Birch.
Books of the Week. 1- The End of a Chapter. By Shane Leslie. 2- Sound Ground. By V.Goldie. 3- The Master Scoundrel. By Henry Thurlow. 4- Red Cross and Iron Cross. By Author not Known.
Half page Advert for, The Sunbeam Motor Car Co, Ltd.
"More War-Time Economy." A half page Cartoon Drawing by Stan Terry.
Half page Advert for, Horlick's Malted Milk Co.
Half page Advert for, A.W. Gamage Ltd.
Motoring : Topics of Transport. By Alex J.M. Gray.
Fashion's Fancies. By Mrs. Jack May.
Half page Advert for, Wright's Soap.
Full page Advert for, Pears' Soap.
The Menu. By Emilia. The Oyster Season. 1- Oelys of Oysters. 2- Oyster Croquettes. 3- Fried Oysters and Bacon. 4- Savoury Oysters. 5- Oyster Toast. (a Savoury) 6- Oyster Rarebit.(a Savoury)