For Sale is an Issue of "Country Life," October 1st, 1904. This issue contains 18 Pages, 36 Sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume. Condition is Very Good, Pine being strengthened with Filmoplast Tape. Slight yellowing to Right Margin. Text Bright and Clear.
Front page shows a Portrait Photograph of "Mrs. Berkeley Levett and Her Baby." Mrs. Berkeley Levett was the daughter of the Late Mr. Hamar Bass, M.P., and was married in 1900 to Captain John Talbot Berkeley Levett, formerly of the 3rd Battalion Scots Guards.
1- Editorial called "Cottage Accommodation.
2- Country Notes.
3- Methods of Taking Salmon. (Illustrated.)
4- A Book of the Week. (Red-Cap Tales (Black), by Mr. S.R. Crockett.)
5- Marriage and the Novelists. Written by F.G.
6- The Tides. Written by Fiona Macleod. (Illustrated.)
7- In the Garden. a- Preparations for Rose Planting. b- The most Beautiful Roses. c- Random Notes.
8- Salmon Migration. Written by J.W. Willis Bund.
9- Timber Felling & Hauling in Queensland. (Illustrated.)
10- Featured Home this Week is "Castle Howard, Yorkshire, the Seat of the Earl of Carlisle." (Illustrated.)
11- Mrs. Beale's Shetlands. (Illustrated.)
12- Wild Country Life. a- The Silence of the Skylarks. b- Migration of the Youngsters. c- The Eyesight of Insects. d- Questions of Detail. e- A Useful Habit. f- The Dragon-Fly's Keen Sight. g- Its Limitations.
13- The Seagrove Guernseys. Written by Edith Cornish. (Illustrated.)
14- From the Farms. a- Sheep-Farming. b- A Prolific Cow. c- The Royal Agricultural Society.