Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News, November 19th, 1904.
For Sale is an Issue of "The Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News, November 19th, 1904. This issue contains 20 Pages, 40 Sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume.
1- Circular Notes.
2- Our Captious Critic. "The Walls of Jericho" at the Garrick Theatre.
3- Late Golf.
4- Bridge. Written by "Bascule."
5- The Late George Lennox Watson and Yacht Building..
6- The Fitzwilliam Foxhounds.
7- Shooting at Steventon Manor.
10- Golf Jottings. Written by "Niblick."
11- Miss Eleanor Robson as a Motorist.
12- Between the Dark and the Dawn. Written by Edward V. Palmer. Illustrated by A. Forestier.
13- The Library.
14- A Singapore Tiger Hunt.
15- The Sportswoman. Written by Diana Up-to-Date.
16- A Group of Kildare Sportsmen.
18- Shafterbury Theatre.
19- Savoy Theatre.
20- Motoring. Written by Mervyn.
Photographs and Drawings.
1- Miss Hilda Coral, who is now appearing in "Veronique," at the Apollo Theatre. (Front Page Photograph).
2- Our Captious Critic. (Illustrations by Thomas Downey.)
3- Rugby Football.- "Full Back, with a Good Punt, Finds Touch." (Full Page Drawing by S. T. Dadd.)
4- Motor Jottings. (Full Page of Drawings by Ralph Cleaver.)
5- The Liverpool Autumn Meetong.- The Race for the Cup, &c. (Showing the Following 8 Photographs).
a- At the Post for the Liverpool Cup.
b- The Liverpool Cup.- The Parade.
c- W. Saxby, rider of Wild Lad, winner of Liverpool Cup.
d- Lord Carnarvon's Vril, which started Favourite for, and finished third in the Cup Race,
e- J. Powney, of Grateley, the trainer of Wild Lad.
f- Pulling up after the Croxteth Plate Finish.- The loose horse, Nahlband, fell, Nahlband fell, unshipping Pike, but finished with the rest.
g- In the paddock during the race for the Palatine Plate.
h- Returning to scale after the Croxteth Plate.- Nahlband still at large.
6- Blackheath beat Cambridge University at Blackheath by 16 points to 4. (showing the following 4 Photographs).
a- Picking up out of a Scrum.
b- Stopping a Rush.
c- A line out.
d- S. F. Coopper takes a place-kick.
7- Prize-Winners at the Poultry, Etc., Show, at the Crystal Palace. (Showing a Half Page of photographs.)
8- The Late Mr. G. L. Watson, the famous Yacht Designer. (Small Photograph).
9- At a Hampshire Pheasant Drive. (Three Photographs).
10- Rehearsal Night at the Theatre,- Before the Curtain. (Full Page showing 5 Drawings by Harry Furniss.)
11- In Windsor Park.- A View of His Majesty's Private Golf Links. (Quarter Page Landscape Photograph.)
12- Miss Eleanor Robson.- This American Actress is now giving a striking rendering of the part of the Servant Girl, "Merely Mary Ann," at the Duke of York's Theatre. (Half Page Photograph).
13- Some Stars of Light Opera and the Forthcoming Pantomimes. (Full Page showing the Following 4 Photographs).
a- Miss Carrie Moore.
b- Miss Phyllis Dare.
c- Miss Phyllis Dare.
d- Motor Car Picture showing Miss Nina Sevening, of Daly's Theatre, in Battersea Park with the sisters Miss Zena and Miss Phyllis Dare.
14- Famous Packs of Hounds.- Mr. G. W. Fitzwilliam's Foxhounds. (Full Page showing 5 Photographs).
15- "Her Arms were lifting his Fallen Head." (Drawing by A Forestier).
16- The Freshmen's Sports at Cambridge University. (Half Page showing the Following 7 Photographs).
a- P.G. Masters makes a record Freshmen's throw of 113ft. 7 inches. (Hammer).
b- The start for the mile, won by F. M. Edwards (King George VI. school and Queens' College), in 4 mins 43.2-5 secs
c- J. Ellison wins the long Jump with 20ft. threequarters of an inch.
d- The Finish of 100 yards final.- W. Brass, of Eton and Trinity, wins in 10.4-5 secs.
e- R. P. Crabbe wins the Mile Handicap in 4 mins. 20.3-5 secs.
f- At the second jump in the hurdles, easily won by K. Powell, of Rugby and King's in 16. 2-5 secs
g- K. Powell winning the Quarter in 53. 2-5 sec.
17- "Now For The Run Of The Season." (Full Page Drawing by Cecil Aldin.)
18- "His Majesty's Servant," at the Apollo Theatre. (Showing 2 half Page Photographs).
19- Sir Charles Wyndham. (Showing 3 small pictures, 2 Photographs and a painting).
20- A Singapore Tiger Hunt. (Full Page showing 7 Drawings).
21- The Opening Meet of the Quorn at Kirby Gate Last Week. (Full Page showing 7 Photographs).
22- Miss Gaynor Rowlands, who is now appearing in "The Orchid," at the Gaiety Theatre. (Half Page Portrait Photograph).
23- Miss Molly Pearson, who was recently playing as Eileen Lynde, in "The Chetwynd Affair," at the Royalty Theatre. (Half Page Portrait Photograph).
24- Miss Evelyn Steel, Lady Golf Champion of Yorkshire. (Small Photograph).
25- Out with the Windermere Harriers.- At Troutbeck. (Small Photograph).
26- At the Bath Club. Miss Amy Daly performing the Swallow Dive in the ladies' section of this well-known West End Club. (Photograph).
27- Fishing the Bulwark Pool of the River Spey, at Gordon Castle, Fochabers, Bannffshire. (Small Photograph).
28- A Hunting Group from Kildare.- Mr. Pallin, of Athgarvon Lodge, and his three Sons. (Photograph).
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3- Half Page Advert for "Fuo."
4- Half Page Advert for "The London Corset Company."
5- Half Page Advert for "Streeter & Co."
6- Half Page Advert for "John Pound & Co."
7- Half Page Advert for "Parkins and Gotto."
8- Half Page Advert for "E. Tautz & Sons."
9- Half Page Advert for "Hammond & Co., Ltd." (Hunting Clothes).
10- Half Page Advert for "Vinolia Soap."
Condition is Very Good.