This issue contains 12 pages, 24 sides, and has been removed from a Bound Volume and therefore has the Binding holes showing.
Front page shows a photograph of Mr. R. C. Vyner.
Articles include,- On The Railway. Together with Two photographs. 1- Troublesome to Box. 2- Quite used to it.
The Cottingham Stud. Showing Two Half page photographs of Two Valuable Mares. 1- Pamela; By Hampton out of Belle of Fury. 2- Leonie ; By Plebeian out of Olton.
Newby Hall. Together with photographs showing,- 1- The House from the Lawn. 2- Full page photograph showing the Front View of the Hall. 3- At the Garden Entrance. 4- Full page photograph of "The Statue Gallery." 5- Entrance to the Stable Yard.
Turf Notes. By Hippias. Featuring a look at the current Racing scene.
The Prix Du Conseil Municipal.
Waiting ; A Racing Triumph. By G.G.
Horse Dentistry. By E.S.
The First Favourite. A Novel in Twenty Six Chapters, By John Trew-Hay Chapter XV., Continued. - Nutgrove. Chapter XVI. - Boys Together.
Baden-Baden. Together with photographs showing,- 1- The Public Gardens. 2- The Afternoon Promenade. 3- Al Fresco. 4- A Full page photograph showing "The Lichtenthaler Allee."
A Noted Sire of Jumpers. Ascetic ; By Hermit out of - Lady Alicia.
Newmarket. The First October Meeting. The Great Eastern Railway Handicap. Together with photographs showing,- 1- Half page photograph "Coming Out For The Race." 2- Half page photograph "Melange Wins !."
The Jockey Club Stakes. 1- Half page photograph of "Persimmon" coming back to Scale. 2- "Sir Visto" Being led in.
"Beacon." Talking about the proposal to raise a Testimonial for Mr. Joseph Osborne. who was a Turf writer using the pseudonym of "Beacon." and also the Author of the "Horsebreeders Handbook."