For Sale is an Issue of "The Sporting Pictorial," No. 12. January 21st 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 Alice Crawford," who will shortly appear in "Matt of Merrymount" as Mr. Fred Terry's leading Lady.
2- The Weekly Article on "Hunting." - Mr. Fernie's. With the following Photographs. a- Mr. C. W. B. Fernie, on Horseback. (The Master). b- Mr. Trailby and some others of the Field. c- Mr. Arthur Thatcher, on Horseback. (Huntsman). d- The Terrier Boy. e- Miss Naylor and Captain W. Warner. f- Hounds Arriving at the Meet. g- Mr. George Coleman, on Horseback. h- A Meet at Great Glenn.- The Village Green. i- The "Sporting Pictorial" Car in Trouble. j- The Hounds. - "Freeman," "Talbot," " Daystar," and "Ferryman." k- Hounds "Trimbush," and "Trueman." l- Hounds, Huntsman, and Whips.
3- The Weekly Article "Rod and Line," written by Fred G. Shaw. - "Trout Fishing in New Zealand." With the following Photographs. a- A Morning's Catch of Rainbow Trout on Rotorua. b- Fishing in the ohau Channel, between Rotorua and Roto Iti. c- The Wanganui River. d- The Valley of the Waikato, looking towards Taupiri.
4- The Weekly SArticle "On The Continent," written by Rouge-et-Noir. - "The Grand Prix at Nice."
5- Article called "Powder and Shot," written by Right and Left.
6- Full page showing the following 6 Photographs of "Fen Skating." a- Tebbitt v. Morley - The Start. b- Lingay Fen - Ladies Cutting figures round their Muffs. c- F.W. Dix (Winner, King's Cup) d- A.E. Tebbitt turning. e- Police on Skates Clearing the Course. f- Wimbledon Skating Club - Figure Skating.
7- Full page Article on "Cricket. -The Third Test Match." Written by Gilbert L. Jessop. Showing a Photograph of the Australian "Clem Hill."
8- Full page showing the following Photographs called "With the M.C.C. in Australia." a- A Breakdown on the Journey to Brisbane - Repairing Broken Spring of Guard's Van. b- A Breakdown on the Journey to Brisbane - Hutchings, with Coat off, waiting to catch a ball thrown to him. c- Outside the Dressing Room at Brisbane - Hardstaff, Fielder Major Trevor, F.L Fane, and Blythe. d- Outside the Dressing Room at Brisbane - Humphries, R.A. Young, and Hobbs. e- A Visit to a Japanese Cadet Ship - Barnes Superintending the Barber. f- A Burst Tyre - Barnes, Hardstaff, and Humphries standing.
9- Full page Article "Leicestershire Notes," written by Port.
10- The Weekly Article "Hunting Notes." a- Boar Hunting. b- A Presentation. c- The Minimum. d- The Kilkenny. e- The Ormond. f- Hodge, a Protest. g- A Real Tree Fox. h- The Croome. i- North Warwickshire. j- The Tickham. k- Hind Hunting.
11- The Weekly Article "Frocks and Frills."- Ladies Page. Written by Minne.
12- The Weekly Article "Our Indian Letter," written by Our own Correspondent.
13- Full page showing the following Photographs of "Pantomime Favourites." a- Happy Fanny Fields. - Adelphi. b- Miss Sybil Arundale. - Lyceum. c- Miss Ruby Forbes. - Fulham Theatre. d- Miss Addie Leonard. - Shakespeare Theatre, Clapham.
14- The Weekly Article "At The Varsities," written by Gog - Magog. With a Photograph of A.L. Danson, O.U.A.C. winning the mile in the Inter-'Varsity Sports, 1898.
15- The Weekly Article on "Golfing."
16- Article called "Motographs," written by Gerald Biss. a- Speed Limits. b- The Future of the "Four-Inch" Race. c- Grand Prix. d- Cook's Tours. e- Episcopal Automobilists. f- Clerical Munificence. g- An Old Hand. h- A Piscatorial Problem. i- In Old Madrid.
17- Story called "The Charmer." - An Idyll of the Fields. Written by O.de K.
18- Full page Article called "Three Notable Duels." No. 1.