For Sale is an Issue of "The Sporting Pictorial," No. 14. February 4th 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 Photograph of "Miss Alexandra Carlisle."
2- The Weekly Article "Hunting," - The Cambridgeshire. With the following Pictures. a- Mr. Charles Barnett, on Horseback. about 1860. b- Mr. C.S. Lindsell, on Horseback. about 1880. c- Mr. D. Crossman, on Horseback. (the Master). d- Mr. George Baker, on Horseback. (the Huntsman). e- Mrs. Crossman, on Horseback. f- Mr. Eaton, Mr. Parker, and Mr. D. Crossman. g- Mrs. Crossman, Mr. Hopkins, and Captain Morrison Bell. h- The Hounds. "Rummager" and "Sailor." "President," "Bluecap." i- Count Tisza. D. Crossman. Mrs. Long. Captain Morrison Bell. j- Mrs. Long. and Miss Brook. k- Huntsman, Whips, and Hounds.
3- Article called "Powder and Shot." Written by Right and Left.
4- The Weekly Article on "Golfing."
5- The Weekly Article "Our Indian Letter," written by our own Correspondent. With the following Photographs. a- Calcutta Racecourse - The Paddock. b- Hurdle Racing in Calcutta. : at the Hurdle opposite the Stands. c- The Viceroy's Bodyguard Arriving on the course.
6- Article called "An Anglo-American Sportsman." - (Mr. James R. Keene) Written by Edward N. McNeill.
7- Full page Photograph showing "Mr. James Keane's "Colin" (3yrs.), by Commando - Pastorella, By Springfield. Winner of the Futurity and other two-year-old races in America, 1907. Value in all £27,000.
8- Two Wrestling Photographs from the bout between Georges Hackenschmidt and Joe Rogers. a- Hackenschmidt Applies a Leg Grip. b- End of First Fall.
9- Article on the "Lincolnshire Handicap."
10- Article on the "Grand National."
11- Full Page showing the following 5 Photographs from "Racing at Newbury." a- The Royston Steeplechase : at the Open Ditch. b- The United Hunts Cup : At the Open Ditch. c- Sir Peter Walker, J. Latham, and Mr. Okeover. d- Sir Thomas Gallwey. e- Captain the Hon. C. Coventry, and Mr. J. Wynford Philipps.
12- The Weekly Article "Leicestershire Notes." By Port.
13- The Weekly Article "Hunting Notes." a- Sir Samuel Scott. b- Tom Bishop. c- Lord Penrhyn. d- Blackmore Vale. e- Hon. E.M. Pakenham. f- The Duchess of Westminster. g- Paddy Tierney. h- Lord Portman. i- Mr. G. Smith Bosanquet.
14- The Weekly Article "Rod and Line." Written by Fred G. Shaw. - "Prospects for the Spring Salmon Fishing in 1908."
15- The Weekly Article " On The Continent." Written by Rouge-et-Noir. - "The Villa Igiea, Palermo."
16- The Weekly Article "Frocks and Frills." Ladies Page. Written by Minne.
17- The Weekly Article "At the Varsities," written by Gog - Magog.
18- Article on "Association Football," written by K.W.D.
19- Article on the "Royal Commission on Horse Breeding."
20- The Weekly Article "Motographs." Written by Gerald Biss. a- "The Two Thousand." b- The Horse and its Habits. c- The Fostering of Prejudice. d- The Rule of the Road. e- The Kingston Bench.