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For Sale is a Copy of the Bystander August 14th 1912. This Copy has 25 Pages, 50 sides, it has been taken from a Bound Volume therefore the Binding Holes are showing. Contents. Front Page shows a Portrait of Lady Theodosia Cadogan. 1- Article showing the "Bystanders Comments on Various Topics of the Times." 2- Article called "Liberal Whips - The Old and the New." 3- Article with Photographs on Cowes, called "Weathering the Weather at the worst Cowes Regatta within the memory of Man." 4- Half Page Photograph of Mr. and Mrs. Winston Churchill Holiday-Making at Sandwich. 5- Article called "Men Who- Matter ?No. XV.: Colonel Roosevelt, on whose real existence some doubt is Thrown." (By a Taftite Correspondent) 6- Article called "The Look of things from a Bystander's Point of View." 7- A Full Page Illustration by G.E. Studdy called "When the Mad Outnumber the Sane three hundred years hence- according to Dr. Forbes Winslow." 8- Double page Article by "Jingle"with Illustrations by Norman Morrow, for "The Big Circus" at Earls Court. 9- Full Page Article By "Saki" called "Heart to Heart Talks No. III.- Mr.Hammerstein and Dom Manoel" 10- Full page Photograph called "To Ensure Safety at Sea," showing "Testing the Watertight Compartments of "The Imperator" at Hamburg Dock." 11- Article called "The Bystander in Paris," by John N. Raphael. 12- Article "The Bystander in Berlin." 13- Full Page Advert for "Tecla Pearls and Real Diamonds." 14- Double page of Illustrations by Norman Morrow called "As Expected To Be, And As Discovered. A "Bystander" Artists Depressing Commentaries on Places and their Patrons." 15- A 5 Page Article called "A Midsummer Madness, the Latest Suffragist Manoeuvre how it was Frustrated." Illustrated by Sykes. 16- A Full page Photographic Study of the Actress Miss Hilda Moore, who is to Play "Bella Donna" at the St. James's Theatre. 17- Article by Leonard Willoughby called "The Twelfth" on the Moors. High Prices and Journalistic Enterprise." 18- A Full page of 9 Photographs called "Timely Advice for Careless Sportsmen- the Right and the Wrong way of Handling a Gun when out Shooting." 19- Article with Photographs called "The Place and its Pastimes," No. 10 Cheltenham, by Leonard Willoughby. 20- Full Page Photograph called "Track-Laying in a Hurry,- Driving Civilisation into the heart of the Canadian Rockies." (Laying a Railway Track) 21- Article called "The Literary Fog," By Ralph Straus." 22- Full Page showing "Mrs. Frank Eastman : from a Pastel Sketch by her Husband, Mr. F. S. Eastman." 23- Half Page Cartoon Drawing showing Mr. E.T.Reed, "The Bystander's" Political Cartoonist, as he sees himself. 24- Half Page Advert for "The Orchestral Company." (The Pianola Piano) 25- Full Page Article called "Sports and Pastimes." with a Photograph of the Tennis Player Mr. F.L. Riseley. 26- Full Page Advert for "Eno's Fruit Salt." 27- Half Page Article called "Racing : a Glance Ahead." By Carbine. 28- Half Page Advert for the Turf Accountant "Danial M. Gant." 29- Full Page Article : "Golf Notes and Notions" by Ernest Lehmann. 30- Half Page Advert for " The North British Rubber Co." 31- Quarter Page Advert for "John Player & Sons." 32- Quarter Page Advert for "Straker-Squire." 33- Article called "Motoring by Land, Sea, and Sky." by Alex J.M. Gray.
Condition of the Print is Very Good, not Faded at all, also No Foxing, some small rips have been repaired with Filmoplast Tape, worst repair being on the Front Page. (See Photo)