The Sketch Magazine. This Copy has 17 pages, 34 sides, it was taken from a Bound Volume and therefore has the Binding holes showing.
Front page shows a photograph from the Comedy Cleopatra. Showing the Sphinx Scene in Mr. Bernard Shaw's "Caesar and Cleopatra." Starring Miss Gertrude Elliott as Cleopatra and Mr. J. Forbes-Robertson as Caesar, in America.
Full page Article called "Motley Notes" by Keble Howard.
The Train-Wreck in the Snow near Arbroath. Full page showing two half page photographs of the Tay Bridge Disaster. 1- The Wrecked Carriage from which the Late Mr. Alexander W. Black, M.P. was removed. 2- The Overturned Engine of the Express (The Driver escaped but the Fireman was Killed. 3- Inset is a small portrait photograph of the Late Mr. Alexander Black, M.P. for Banffshire.
Full page Article called "The Clubman."
Was Napoleon III.'s Moustache Black or Yellow. Full page photograph of M. Burguet as Napoleon III. in "La Savelli," at the Theatre Rejane.
Three page Article called "Small Talk of the Week." Including photographs of the following,- 1- Mrs. Chauncy Depew. 2- The Hon. James Bryce, British Ambassador to the United States. 3- His Excellency Mr. Whitelaw Reid, American Ambassador to Great Britain. 4- Mr. Rudyard Kipling. 5- Miss Madge Nevill, on Horseback. 6- Duchess of Sutherland. 7- The Rev. The Hon. Frederick Courtnay and Miss Marguerite Silva, who are to be Married. 8- Miss Eva Stevenson and Mr. George Washington Cable, who are Engaged to be Married.
The National Pantomime "Sindbad," at Drury Lane. Full page of photographs showing,- 1- Miss Queenie Leighton as Hindbad. 2- Mr. Fred Emney as Empress of all the Saharas. 3- Miss Florence Ward as Abdullah. 4- Mr. Harry Fragson as the Envoy to the Empress, and Mr. Walter Passmore as Sindbad. 5- Miss Marie George as Ruby, and Mr. Walter Passmore as Sindbad.
The Theatre Royal, Chatsworth. Full page photgraph of the Theatre at the Duke of Devonshire's "Palace of the Peak."
Full page Article called "After Dinner" by Ernest A. Bryant.
Veal-Fat in Place of Marble. Full page photograph called "The Triumph of Neptune." Showing a Remarkable Sculpture in Veal-Fat and Stearin.
A Full page Article by E.F.S. called "The Stage from the Stalls."
A Bad Start For The Year ! Full page Illustration by Starr Wood.
They Traced His Little Footsteps In the Snow ! Full page Illustration by Alfred Leete.
"Toujours La Politesse." Full page Illustration by B. Kronstrand.
Week-End Papers. Full page Article by S. L. Bensusan.
"Antony and Cleopatra." With Apologies to Mr. Burchel's Poster and to Mr. Tree. Full page showing a photograph of Mr. Tree.
Full page Article called "The Literary Lounger."
The Caddie's Cadenza. Full page Illustration drawn by S. Baghot De La Bere.
Novel of the Week. "A Strange Bequest" by Zena Dare.
Fireside Puzzles, By "Sphinx." "The Artilleryman's Dilemma" by W. Heath Robinson.
The Terror of the Night. Full page photograph called "The Horror of Lonely Householders : A Masked Burglar photographed in Business Rig."
Criminals' Warnings of Danger. Full page of Seven photographs showing the signs of their "Freemasonry."
Full page Article called "Heard in the Green Room." Together with Three portrait photographs of Actresses who have recently turned Milliners. 1- Miss Millicent Pyne. 2- Miss Maud Sinclair. 3- Miss Mabel Sinclair.
Full page Article called "Key Notes," by Common Chord.
Full page Article called " The Man On The Car."
Full page Article called "The World of Sport" by Captain Coe.
Full page Article called "Our Ladies Page."
Pantomimes in Greater London. 1- "Babes in the Wood," at the Fulham Theatre. 2- "Cinderella," at the Broadway, New Cross. 3- "Aladdin," at the Crystal Palace.
Full page Article on "City Notes." 1- Money in the New Year. 2- Sulphide Corporation Limited. 3- Home Railways and the Dividends. 4- Americans Now. 5- Financial Correspondence.
Full page Article called "The Charm of Crime," by Dion Clayton Calthrop.