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For Sale is an Issue of "The Bystander" August 21st 1912. This Issue contains 26 Pages, 52 sides, it has been removed from a Bound Volume, therefore the Binding Holes are showing. CONTENTS. 1- Front Page Photograph is called "Royal Enjoyment of London in August." Showing the Prince of Wales and Prince Albert on a Visit to the Exhibition at the White City. 2- The Weekly Article "Bystander Comments" on various Topics of the Times. Illustrated by E.T. Reed. 3- Half Page Photograph of "Viscountess Maidstone," daughter of Mr. Anthony Drexel. 4- Article with Photograph called "The Passing of Massenet." (The French Musician M. Jules Massenet.) 5- A Full Page Composite Photograph called "L.C.C. Please Note." A Photographic Suggestion whereby Londoners may enjoy Seaside Pleasures in Town. 6- Article called "Two At The Zoo." Written by "Jingle" Illustrated by Norman Morrow. 7- Full Page Illustrated Drawing by Philip Baynes called "The Very Latest Excuse : Recomended to Dissipated but Up-to-Date Husbands." 8- Article called "Coney Island and Water." A Criticism of Shepherd's Bush : By A Bystander Returned from New York. 9- Article called "Are We Gas-Bags ?.": A German onslaught on Britons in General and "The Bystander" in Particular. (A Letter Received from a German Visitor to London, with "The Bystanders" comments) 10- Full page showing the following 3 Photographs called "London Wakes : to the Fact that it is possible to run Good Plays in August." (Scenes from "Hindle Wakes" at the Playhouse a- Miss Hilda Davies as Ada. Miss Daisy England as Mrs Jeffcote. Herbert Lomas as Nathaniel Jeffcote. b- Miss Jane Savile as Beatrice. c- Leonard Mude as Christopher Hawthorn. Miss Edyth Goodall as Fanny. Miss Ada King as Mrs. Hawthorn. 11- Article called "The Nature-Lover in London." Written by O.M. Hueffer. 12- Double page showing the following 5 Photographs called "Not Far from the Madding Crowd : Rustic Scenery Within London's Four-Mile Radius." a- Hampsted Heath : The Vale of Health. b- Kensington Gardens : View from Bridge Looking West. c- Within 5 Minutes of Whitehall : A Corner of the Lake in St. James's Park. d- Battersea Park Lake. e- Just Off the Old Kent Road : Telegraph Hill Gardens. 13- Full Page Advert for "Tecla Pearls and Real Diamonds." 14- Article called "Continental Life in London." By E.M. 15- Double Page Illustration by the Artist G.L. Stampa, called "If in July, Why Not in August." 16- Article with Photographs called "The Modern Babel," written by Douglas Buchanan. 17- Full page showing the following 4 Photographs called "Set to Partners" an Exchange in Houses in Park Lane. a- "Brook House." Former Residence of Mr. Whitelaw Reid, now occupied by Sir Ernest Cassell. b- "Aldford House." The Late Alfred Beit's Residence, now Tenanted by Capt. the Hon. Frederick Guest. c- "Dorchester House." The Present Home of the American Embassy in London, to which Sir George Holford is returning, when Mr Whitelaw Reid will take up his Residence at Dudley House. d- "Dudley House." The New American Embassy, has just been Sold by Sir J.B. Robinson to the Hon. John Ward, brother of Earl Dudley, and Son-in-Law of Mr. Whitelaw Reid. 18- The Weekly Article "The Place and Its Pastimes." London as a Sporting Centre . By E.H.D. Sewell. 19- The Weekly Article "The Literary Fog." Written by Ralph Straus. 20- Full Page Photograph called "Keeping "Ready Money" in London." showing Miss Hilda Antony, now Leading Lady in Mr. Allan Aynesworth's "Ready Money" 21- Short Story by Basil Macdonald Hastings, called "The Thumb and Elbow Branch." a Story of Anarchism in London. 22- Full Page Illustrated Drawing by Arthur Watts called "The Emptiness of London in August." 23- Half Page Advert for "Drake & Gorham, Ltd." (Lighting) 24- Quarter Page Advert for "Mark Cross Ltd." (Toilet Case) 25- Quarter Page Advert for "Swan" Pens. 26- Quarter Page Advert for "D.H. Evans & Co.Ltd." (Hats) 27- Half Page Advert for "Pears Soap." 28- Article called "The Delights of August Shooting." By Leonard Willoughby. 29- Quarter Page Advert for "Nobel's Explosives Co. Ltd." 30- Quarter Page Advert for "Cantrell & Cochrane's Ginger Ale." 31- Article called "Golf Notes and Notions," by Ernest Lehmann. 32- Quarter Page Advert for "Mellin's Food." 33- Half Page Article on "Racing : Will Lomond Win the Leger ?." By Carbine. 34- Half Page Advert for the Turf Accountant "Daniel M. Gant." 35- Full Page Advert for "Michelin Tyre Co., Ltd." 36- Full Page Advert for "Clincher Tyres." 37- Article called "Motoring : by Land, Sea, and Sky." By Alex J. M. Gray. 38- Half Page Advert for "Dunlop." 39- Quarter Page Advert for "Lotus Shoe's." 40- Quarter Page Advert for the "Kropp Razor." 41- Half Page Advert for "Dunhill's." (Coats) 42- Quarter Page Advert for the "Prism Binoculars" (Aitchison & Co., Ltd.) 43- Half Page Advert for "Player's Navy Cut Cigarettes." 44- Half Page Advert for "Ross's Belfast Dry Ginger Ale."
Condition is Good, being Bright and Clear. Small Rips in Margins Repaired with Filmoplast Tape. No Foxing. Spine has been Strengthened with Filmoplast Tape.