For Sale is a 2 Page, 4 Side Supplement to "The Sphere," February 18th 1905, called "Motor Evolution at Olympia." Showing an Article with the following Photographs on the Exhibition.
a- A Giant Lenticular Lamp. b- The Billy Lamp. c- Diagrammatic View of a Chain-Driven Car. d- A Type of Chasis with Live Axle. e- A Chain-Driven Type of Chasis. f- How a Motor Travels before being finally finished. g- The Dunlop Tyre Exhibit. h- The First Pneumatic Tyre Manufactured. i- Louis Ross's "Steamer" at Ormond Beach, U.S.A. j- A Game Cart. f- The Martini 35-40-H.P. Car. g- The Argyll Two-Cylinder Car at the Hozier's Co.'s Stand.
Middle pages show the following photographs with Descriptive Text for Each.
a- Motors as Railway Extensions - A Great Western Omnibus near Slough. b- The Motor Railway Bus to Wrexham. c- The Motor Vehicle as an Adjunct to Hospitals. d- The Petrol Motor in Naval Warfare. e- A Motor for Boat Propulsion. f- The First Public Steam Carriages - Built by Mr. Walter Hancock, 1820-30. g- Mr. Goldsworthy Gurney's Automobile Coach running between Bath and London. h- The Motor in the general Service of the Public. i- Motor Propulsion on the Water - A Motor-Boat in the Olympia Annexe. j- A Motor Railway Bus Built for the South-Western Railway. k- A Motor-Driven War Waggon. l- Motor Omnibuses as Railway Extensions - An Observation Car in Connection with the Great Western Railway.