For Sale is an Issue of "The Sporting Pictorial," No. 10. January 7th 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 the Actress "Miss Irene Vanbrugh."
2- The Weekly Article on "Hunting." - The Grafton. With the following Pictures. a- George Henry, Fourth Duke of Grafton. b- George Carter. c- Charles, Third Baron Southampton. d- Adam Sherwood's Coat of Arms. e- Edward, First Baron Penrhyn. f- George Beers. g- Frank Beers. h- William Henry, Sixth Duke of Grafton. i- The Master, Mr. Charles McNeill. j- The Hounds. - "Villager," and "Portsmouth," k- A Meet at Biddlesdon. l- Waiting for the Master.
3- The Weekly Article "Our Indian Letter." Written by our own Correspondent.
4- The Weekly Article "Rod and Line." Written by F.G. Shaw.- "Luck of Big Fish."
5- The Weekly Article on "Golfing."
6- The Weekly Article "Motographs." Written by Gerald Biss. a- Weigel Waggles. b- Brooklands' Dates. c- Show Subjects. d- Hounds and Hooliganism. e- The New Motor Club Secretary. (Mr. R.E. Edmondson).
7- The Weekly Article "On The Continent." Written by Rouge-et-Noir. - "Lawn Tennis on the Riviera." With the following 2 Photographs. a- H.L. Doherty on the old Monte Carlo Courts. b- The Doherty Brothers on the Beau Site Courts at Cannes.
8- Article called "Crispograms."
9- Full Page showing the following Photographs of "Pantomime Favourites." a- Miss Daisy Irving. : Camden Theatre. b- Miss Dorothy Craske : Lyceum Theatre. c- Miss Enid Erroll, Premiere Danseuse. "Cinderella," at the Kennington Theatre. d- Miss Winifred Harbor : Fulham Theatre.
10- The Weekly Article "Hunting Notes." a- Frost. b- Hunters Improvement Society. c- The Polo and Riding Pony Society. d- Lord Harrington. e- Mr. Harry Whitworth. f- The East Sussex. g- Hunt Balls. h- Tom Smith. i- Point to Points.
11- The Weekly Article "Leicestershire Notes." Written by Port.
12- The Weekly Article on "Ciursing." Written by G.V.C. Blake. With Photographs of the following two dogs. a- "Farndon Ferry." Winner of the Waterloo Cup 1902. b- "Father Flint." Winner of the Waterloo Cup 1903.
13- The Weekly Article "Powder and Shot." Written by Right and Left.
14- The Weekly Article "The Postman's Rat-Tat."
15- The Weekly Article "Fashions and Frills," - Ladies Page. Written by Minne.
16- Article on "Rugby Football." Written by F.J. Sellicks. Showing a Portrait Photograph of L.A.N. Slocock, Liverpool, Lancashire, and England.
17- Article on "Aquatics." Written by Gog - Magog. With a Photograph of "George Towns, Skulling Champion of England."
18- Article called "Touching Motors & Motoring." Written by H. Massac Buist.
19- Story called "The Hope **** Turns Ashes." Written by Florence Roberts.