For Sale is an Issue of "The Sphere," March 16th 1901. This Issue contains 16 pages, 32 sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume, therefore the Binding holes are showing.
Contents. 1- Front Page shows an Illustration drawn by A. Pearse called "The Irish Party in the House of Commons- Mr. John Redwood, their Leader, Addressing the House."
2- Weekly Article "The Newsletter."showing London Week by Week.
3- Full Page Illustration drawn by Ernest Prater, showing "The Great Ruhby Match at Blackheath : Scotland versus England."
4- Article called "Men and Women." showing the following small Portraits. a- Rev. William Bright : Canon of Christ Church, Oxford. b- Right Rev. A. F. Winnington Ingram : Bishop of London. c- Captain Alfred Leigh Winsloe : Commander of the "Ophir" d- Professor Max Von Pettenkofer : Great Hygienist. e- Mr. M.J. Flavin, M.P. : Represents North Kerry. f- Captain Donelan, M.P. : Represents East Cork. g- Mr. P. A. McHugh : Represents North Leitrim. h- Mr. Doogan M.P. : Represents East Tyrone.
5- Full Page on the "The Duke of Cornwall's Empire Tour." Showing Photographs and Distances to be covered.
6-Full Page showing 6 Photographs of the "Royal Apartments on Board the "Ophir."
7- Full Page Photograph of "H.R.H. The Duke of Cornwall and York as a Rear-Admiral of the Fleet.
8- Article called "The Career of the Duke of Cornwall and York." Told by Canon Dalton, the chaplain of the Tour. (Comes with Photographs of the Duke).
9- Full Page Portrait of "The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York."
10- Article called "The Czar of Russia's Great Journey through the East when Heir to the Throne of all the Russia's."
11- Full Page Illustration drawn by R. M. Paxton, showing "Punishment of Rebels in South Africa : Our Soldiers Looting a Store."
12- Article with Photographs for "The Progress of Hostilities in South Africa."
13- Full page Print showing "Hearts of Trumps" Mr. G. G. Kilburne's Picture at the Society of Oil Painters.
14- Double Page Print showing "The Historic Empire Voyage of the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York." Drawn by Charles Wyllie.
15- Full Page Print showing "Dreams on the Veldt" - Exhibited at the Society of Oil Painters. Painted by George William Joy.
16- Full page Called "Post Office Red Tape : Sheffield's Comic Crusade against the System." Showing the following 2 Illustrations drawn by R. M. Paxton with Descriptive Text. a- The Clerks Parading to the Post Office. b- The Postmaster Expostulating with the Crusaders.
17- The Weekly Article called "The Literary Letter." Written by C.K.S.
18- Full Page showing the following 2 Photographs with Descriptive Text for "Melbourne Mourning the Late Queen : The Imperial Troops at the Memorial Service." a- The Indian Contingent Returning from the Memorial Service - Passing the Town Hall, Melbourne. b- The Highland Regiment Detachments on their way to the Service - Passing up Collins Street
19- The Weekly Article "Amusements." Showing the following 3 Photographs. a- Miss Sybil Carlisle in "The Second in Command" at the Haymarket Theatre. b- Madame Amy Sherwin in a Rickshaw. c- Miss Suzanne Sheldon in "Peg Woffington."
20- Story called "McNeill's Parole." Written by "Q." Illustrated by R. M. Paxton. Chapter II.
21- Full Page Showing 7 Photographs with Descriptive Text for "Some Peaceful Aspects of China : And our Countrymen There."
22- Article with Photographs called "The Hunting Season : An Account of the Atherstone Pack."
23- Quarter Page Advert for "Granola Wholemeal Biscuits."
24- Half Page Advert for "Mappin Brothers."
25- Half Page Advert for "Cadbury's Cocoa."
26- The Weekly Article "Woman's Sphere." Written by Angela.
27- Quarter Page Advert for "Lazenby's Soup Squares."