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For Sale is an Edition of "The Bystander" August 28th 1912. This Copy has 25 Pges, 50 Sides, it has been taken from a Bound Volume, thereofre the Binding Holes are showing. Contents. 1- Front Page is called "Cheerful Despite The Weather," showing a Photograph of Mrs. Charles Hunter, who during the past week has, with her husband, been entertaining a distinguished shooting party, which included Prince Arthur of Connaught. The Photograph shows Mrs. Hunter riding across the famous Wemergill Moors, Yorkshire, where the shoot is is situate. 2- The Weekly Article called "Bystander Comments on various Topics of the Times." Illustrated by E.T. Reed. 3- Article called "The Strangling of Persia." showing a Portrait Photograph of Mr. Morgan Shuster, who has just published this Book. 4- Full Page showing the following 5 Photographs of the August Flood-Scenes in the Country. a- A Flooded Street scene in a Midland Village. b- Delivering Bread at Alconbury, near Huntingdon. c- Ruined Harvests : Flooded Fields near Manchester. d- The Pleasures of Cycling.( Floods on the Great North Road, Peterborough) e- The Aerodrome at Huntingdon under Water. 5- Article called "Do We Want A National Mausoleum ?" 6- Full Page Photograph called "In the Dress of Her Country." Showing a new Photograph of Countess Nada Torby. 7- Article called "The Inadequacy of the Insurance Act " Some Directions in which it is likely to be Developed. Written by "Downwriter." Illustrated by G.L. Stampa. 8- Double Page showing the following 9 Photographs called "Pictorialities." from Europe, Asia, Africa and America. a- An Evening scene near the Pyramids of Ghizeh. b- Obstructions on the Road near Kandy, Ceylon. (Elephants) c- Not in Ceylon this time but in Co. Kerry, Ireland. (Donkey) d- A Giant Sturgeon 13 ft 6 inches Long, Caught recently in the River Fraser. e- The Recent Acquisition to the joys of the Metropolis. (Zebra) f- The Crown Prince of Saxony. g- The Crown Prince of Saxony Digging Sand-Castles at the North-Sea Bath, Juist. h- "Rafting" in Bavaria. i- The Start for a Camel-Race at Luna Park, Paris. 9- The Weekly Article "London Nights Entertainments," showing a Review of "Ready Money" at the New Theatre. Article is written by "Jingle" and Illustrated by Norman Morrow. 10- Full page Photograph of the Actress - Manageress Miss Hilda Trevelyan. 11- Full Page showing the following 3 Photographs of Scenes of the French Premier's recent visit to Russia. a- At the Banquet in Honour of M. Poincare. b- Watching the Parade. c- The Tsar Leaving the Parade Ground at the Krasnoe Selo. 12- The Weekly Article "Bystander in Berlin," Berlin's Fight for a Swimming Bath. 13- The Weekly Article "Bystander in New York," American Business Methods Exposed. Written By O.M.H. 14- Full Page of Illustrations by Mr. W. K. Haselden, called "Odds and Ends at Homburg. 15- Full Page Advert for "Tecla." 16- Full page Article with Photographs called "America at the Seaside." 17- Double Page Illustration called "Matinee D'ete" : From the Painting by R. Du Gardier. 18- Article called "Matter Musical," Mainly about the "Proms." Written by Francis Toye. 19- Full page Photograph called "Mermaids and Mere-Men," showing Sport among the Bathers at Sandown, Isle of Wight. 20- The Weekly Article "The Look of Things, from a Bystander's Point of View." 21- Full Page Photograph showing "The Australian Grand National : Steeplechasing near Melbourne." 22- Bystander Short Story "A Matter of Faith." Written by Eleanor Mordaunt. 23- Full Page showing the following 3 Photographs of "The Monks of St. Bernard" for 800 Years the Patrons of the Touring Industry in Switzerland. a- The Chief Monk with one of his Short-Coated Life-Saving Dogs. b- Off-Duty : a Party of the St Bernard Monks on a Mountain Excursion. c- The Summit of the St. Bernard Pass, showing the famous Monastery. 24- Full Page Photograph called "The Height of Her Ambition" showing Madame Leontine Richard and her Guide on the Peak of the Belvedere. 25- The Weekly Article called "The Literary Fog," by Ralph Straus. Showing a small Portrait Photograph of Mrs. Alice Perrin. 26- Full Page showing the following 3 Photographs called "Have We No Use for Them ?." Public Letter Writers in Italy and the Near East. a- A String of Public Letter-Writers in a Cairo Throughfare. b- A Familiar Sight in Suez : Public Letter-Writers Waiting for Clients. c- The Scrivano Publico in a Corner of the Campo Di Fiori, Rome. 27- Full Page Photograph called "Still Known as The Weaker Sex." showing a Team of Finnish Girls at the Olympic Games at Stockholm. 28- Article called "Shooting : Some Advice to the Novice." By Leonard Willoughby. 29- Quarter Page Advert for "Eley Cartridges." 30- Half Page Advert for "The Pianola Piano." 31- The Weekly Article "Sports and Pastimes." (Cricket and Yachting) 32- Article on "Golf" by Ernest Lehmann. 33- Quarter Page Advert for "Colonel" Golf Balls. 34- Quarter Page Advert for "Spensers, Ltd." (Lighting) 35- Article called "Racing : York Prospects." by Carbine. 36- Half Page Advert for the Turf Accountant "Michael M. Gant." 37- Full Page Advert for "Bird's Custard." 38- Quarter Page Advert for "Country Life" Tobacco. 39- Quarter Page Advert for "D.H. Evans." (Sprungola Shirts) 40- Article "Motoring : by Land, Sea, and Sky." Written by Alex J. M. Gray.
Condition is Good, Print being Bright and Clear, No Foxing. Spine has been Strengthened with Filmoplast Tape.