For Sale is an Issue of "The Sporting Pictorial," No. 15. February 11th 1908. This Issue contains 14 Pages, 28 Sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume. Edited by Robert S. Sievier. Illustrated by "The Snark."
1- Front Page shows a Portrait Photograph of Miss. Marie Lohr."
2- The Weekly Article "Hunting." - The Cattistock. With the following Pictures. a- Mr. J. J. Farquharson. Who Hunted two Packs of Hounds in Dorsetshire for fifty years. From a Picture by Sir Francis Grant, about 1588. b- Jem Treadwell. Huntsman to Mr. J J. Farquharson. From a Picture about 1845. c- Lord Poltimore and John Evans, His Huntsman. From a Picture by Sir Francis Grant, about 1870. d- The Rev. E.A. Milne, on Horseback. (Joint Master). e- Mr. W. Fuller, on Horseback. (Joint Master). f- Mr. W. Medcalf, on Horseback. (Huntsman). g- The Rev. E.A. Milne, and Miss Bullen, both on Horseback. h- Mr. Pope, on Horseback. i- The Hounds. 1- The Bitch Pack. 2- Going out to Exercise. 3- "Deputy." 4- "Baronet." 5- "Deputy," "Baronet," "Rainbow," and "Wheeler." 6- "Stately." j- Miss Nantes, Mr. Colfox, and Miss M. Milne, all on Horseback. 3- The Weekly Article "Natural History and Sport." Written by F.G. Aflalo. - "Owls-Luminous and Otherwise."
4- The Weekly Article "The Postman's Rat-Tat."
5- The Weekly Article called "On The Continent," written by Rouge-Et-Noir. -" Some Reminiscences of Royal Cannes." With a Photograph of "The New Casino Municipal Cannes.
6- The Weekly Article "Our Indian Letter," written by our own Correspondent. With the following Photographs. a- Grand Annual Hurdle Race, Calcutta. b- Schooling over Hurdles, Calcutta Racecourse. c- Schooling at Tollygunge Steeplechase Course, Calcutta. d- Schooling at Tollygunge Steeplechase Course, Calcutta.
7- The Weekly Article "Coursing," written by G.V.C. Blake. With the following Photographs. a- Mr. H. Reynolds on Horseback, the Judge, Sussex County Club Meeting. b- Mr. E. Chapman's "Broadwater Banker." Divider of Kingston Stakes, Sussex County Club Meeting. c- Mr. T. Nailard's "Nathan." Divider of Kingston Stakes, Sussex County Club Meeting.
8- Full page showing the following 4 Photographs called "The Royal Tragedy." a- The Late King of Portugal. b- Queen Amelie. c- The Late Crown Prince of Portugal. d- King Manuel.
9- The Weekly Article "Leicestershire Notes." Written by Port.
10- The Weekly Article "Hunting Notes." a- The Atherstone. b- West Hereford. c- North Cotswold. d- Six Sisters. e- The Blackmore Vale and Southdown. f- West Norfolk. g- A Remarkable Custom. h- The Grove. i- North Warwickshire at Hillmorton.
11- The Weekly Article "At The Varsities," written by Gog - Magog.
12- Quarter Page Photograph of "The Earl of Yarmouth."
13- Quarter Page Photograph of "The Countess of Yarmouth."
14- The Weekly Article "Motographs," by Gerald Biss. a- The Automobiles in Politics. b- Back to La Belle France. c- The New FIat Works. d- The Fifty-mile Record.
15- Cricket Article called "The Triangular Duel," written by G.L. Jessop.
16- Photographs showing "With The M.C.C. in Australia - Incidents of their visit to Bendigo." a- Hobbs, R,A. Young, Hardstaff, and Humphries, and Two Miners at the top of a Shaft of a Mine at Bendigo. b- Two Old-Time Australian Cricketers. Harry Trott and Jack Harry. c- Group of Players, Waiting for the Ground to Dry, outside the Pavilion, Bendigo. d- E. Hayes, outside the Grand Hotel, Melbourne. e- Harry Trott, Hayes, and Hardstaff, Examining Pitch, Bendigo.
17- Article for "Rugby Football." Written by F.J. Sellicks. With a Portrait photograph of G.D. Roberts. Oxford University, Devonshire, and England.
18- The Weekly "Golfing Article.
19- The Weekly Article "Frocks and Frills." - Ladies Page. Written by Minne.
20- The Weekly Article "Rod And Line." Written by Fred G. Shaw - "The Salmon Season."