Copy has 16 pages, 32 sides, it was taken from a Bound Volume and therefore has the Binding holes showing.
Front page shows a portrait photograph of yet another "Belle of Mayfair" : Miss Billie Burke.
Full page Article called "Motley Notes," by Keble Howard.
A Cake-Walking Mechanical Man. Full page of photographs showing Mr. Eduard Schroder's mechanical Figures "Mr. Len," and Miss Lan." Both figures are worked by means of a Motor-Engine.
Full page Article "The Clubman."
"Withour a Aeronaut." Full page showing the First Lady Balloonists to make Ascents without a Pilot : Mme. Surcouf, and Mlle. Gache.
Four full page Article called "Small Talk of the Week." Article with photographs of the following,- 1- A new Bust of the Queen by Count Prosper D'Epinay. 2- The only Daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Manchester : Lady Mary Alva Montagu. 3- Mr George H. Denneby, who is Engaged to Miss Queenie Coppinger. 4- Mr. Albert Spalding. (The Violinist) 5- The New Lord Mayor Sir William P. Treloar, with his new Sheriffs, Alderman W. H. Dunn, and Dr. Crosby. 6- Colonel William Cody. (Buffalo Bill). 7- The New Father of the House of Lords : Lord Gwydyr. 8- Wife of the Greatest Expert in Wireless Telegraphy : The Hon. Mrs. Marconi. 9- The New Earl of Cranbrook, formerly known as Lord Medway.
An Actress to Wed the Head of the Steel Trust. Full page portrait photograph of Miss Mabelle Gilman, who, it is said, is to Marry Mr. W.E. Corey, President of the United States Steel Trust.
Full page Article called "After Dinner," by Ernest A. Bryant.
"Our Wonderful World." Full page showing photographs of the Following,- 1- The Cleverest Royal Schoolgirl in Europe ? Princess Marina of Russia. 2- An Extraordinary Somersault by an Acrobat in "Cellar-Flap" Boots. 3- Kissed by the Crown Prince of Portugal : Senhora Maria Vinent. 4- A Yacht that has been Anchored with Steam Up for years : Mr. Browne's Vessel at Brightlingsea. 5- A Hospital supported Chiefly by Playing-Cards : The Moscow Home for Foundlings. 6- A Clock made of Transparent Crystal Glass. 7- An Actress Wearing a Jewelled Cross that once belonged to Marie Antoinette. 8- The Inventor of "Floral Clothing" : Mlle. Lise Fleuron in one of her Creations.
Man's Telephone Exchange. Full page photograph showing an Extraordinary Model of the Nervous System of the Brain.
"The Good Old Fifth." Full page Cartoon Illustration by John Hassall.
"Edison Juggins, the Greatest Inventor of the Age." Full page Cartoon Illustration by Lawson Wood.
Full page Article "Week-End Papers," by S.L. Bensusan.
An Extraordinary Photograph of a Fall. Full page photograph showing a Horse turning a Somersault at the Open Ditch
Full page Article "The Literary Lounger."
"She Had Bagged Another Jay !" Full page Illustration Drawn by Dudley Hardy.
A Novel in a Nutshell. Two page Novel called "Outward Appearances," by Percy E. Reinganum.
Natural Humour. Full page Cartoon Illustration Drawn by Charles Pears.
Full page Article "Heard in the Green-Room." Showing a photograph of Miss Madge McIntosh as the inspired Priestess of Artemis in "The Virgin Goddess," at the Adelphi.
Full page Article called "Key Notes." Showing portrait photographs of the following,- 1- Mr. James Glover Musical Director of Drury Lane. 2- Miss Dorothy Muir-Mackenzie and Mr. Mark Hambourg, who are Engaged to be Married.
Full page Article called "The Man On The Car." 1- Comments on the Bodies of Town Motor-Carriages. 2- Brutality to Motor-Buses. 3- A New Light, Roll-Up Hood. 4- The New 30-40 h.p. Crossley. 5- Six-Cylinder Cars at the Show. 6- Mrs Cathcart Wason in a Limit-Exceeding Car.
Full page Article "The World of Sport," by Captain Coe. Showing a photograph of Mr. JohnEnright, the Champion Salmon-Fly Caster.
"Our Ladies Pages." Two Full page Article with the Following photographs,- 1- Lay Wearing a Bolero of Sable and Ermine. 2- Lady Wearing a Dance Frock of Tulle and Ribbon.
City Notes. 1- Mr. Edward Powell. (Chairman and Managing Director of Humbers, Ltd) 2- Argentine Land and Gwalia Consolidated. 3- London and Western Australian Exploration Co. 4- Finance in a First-Class Carriage.