Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News, October 29th, 1904.
For Sale is an Issue of "The Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News, October 29th, 1904." This issue contains 20 Pages, 40 Sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume.
1- Circular Notes.
2- Our Captious Critic. "A Wife Without a Smile," at Wyndham's Theatre.
3- Bridge. Written by "Bascule".
4- Retrievers and Their Trials.
5- Salmon Fishing in Perthshire.
7- The Rev Edmund Warre, D.D. The Retiring Headmaster of Eton.
8- Golf Jottings. Written by "Niblick."
9- "Lord's" and a Lady. Written by A. A. Milne.
11- A Successful Racing Stable.- Mr. George Blackwell, Sen., Lagrange House, Newmarket.
12- The Library.
13- Coursing at Edenbridge.
14- The Sportswoman. Written by Diana Up-to-Date.
15- The Oxford University Draghounds.
16- The Shooting Season.- The King of Italy with the birds.
17- Round and about Piershill. The Scene of H.R.H. The Duke of Connaught's Accident.
18- Eugen Sandow. : The Modern Healer.
19- Athletics, Etc.
20- Pushball by Men of H.M.S. "Excellent."
21- Motoring. Written by Mervyn.
22- Late Golf. Written by "Nivlick."
Photographs and Drawings.
1- Vanity!. (Front Page Portrait.)
2- Our Captious Critic. (Illustrated by Thomas Downey.)
3- The Hunour of Sport. (Full Page of Drawings by Harry Furniss.)
4- The Rev. Dr. Warre. (Portrait Photograph.)
5- Some Points of interest on Well-Known Golf Links. (Full Page showing the Following 6 Photographs).
a- The home Green at Woking.
b- Over the hill to the 13th Green at Sunningdale.
c- The big Bunker at Rye.
d- The 8th Green at Rye.
e- The Sandwich Links from Maiden Hill.
f- On the Edge of the Sandwich Links
6- The Edenbridge and Tonbridge Coursing Club Meeting. (Showing the Following 10 Photographs.)
a- The Secretary, Mr. V. P. Landon.
b- Indulging in a roll on the grass after winning a Course.
c- The Flag Steward.- Red Flag Wins.
d- Dogs about to course watching keenly a trial between their Rivals.
e- A group of the competitors.
f- Mr. C. F. C. Clarke's Norton, winner of Edenbridge Stakes.
g- Norton and Rival Monk.
h- Mr. W. K. Stuart's Rival Monk, runner-up for Edenbridge Stakes.
i- After a course.- The toilet.
j- In the afternoon.- Homeward bound toward's Edenbridge.
7- The Kennel Club show at the Crystal Palace. (Full Page showing 10 Photographs).
8- "Trafalgar Day" in Trafalgar-Square.- The Decoration of the Nelson Column on October 21st. (Two Photographs).
a- The Column Decorated by the Navy League.
b- The wreath from the spanish and French Navy League.
9- Some Successful Actresses in Town and Country. (Showing the Following Photographs).
a- Miss Hilda Trevelyan.
b- Miss Mabel Garden.
c- Miss Barbara Deane.
d- Miss Jennie Bateman.
e- Miss Barbara Deane.
10- "Lord's" and a Lady. (Showing the Following 3 Drawings).
a- So we hailed a hansom.
b- "Who is?" she said.
c- She took tea with me afterwards. It ought to be a good match.
11- The Gatwick October Meeting.- The Race for the Gatwick Stakes. (Showing the Following 6 Photographs).
a- The Finish
b- St. Amant (K. Cannon up), (on left), an Countermark (H. Aylin up).
c- Mr. J. Musker's Henry the First, by Melton-Simena, the winner.
d- Round the Weighing Enclosure.
e- Madden bringing Henry the First back to weigh in after winning.
f- William Rufus (who finished second), with his owner, who owned both first and second horses.
12- A Successful Racing Stable.- Mr. George Blackwell, Sen., Lagrange House, Newmarket. (showing 11 Photographs).
a- The Top Yard.
b- Going home over the severals.- Housewife, Catscradle, and Rondeau bringing up the rear.
c- D. Maher on the motor Bicycle which he usually employs tp pace him when he rides his ordinary bicycle to reduce his weight.
d- A gallop on the limekilns.
f- Mr. George Blackwell Senior.
g- Master Backwell, with his favourite Mount.
h- The Middle yard.
i- In the Paddock.- Pharisee, Rock Sand, Cinquefoil, San Roque, Housewife, Rondeau.
j- Coming down from the Bury side.- Pharisee, Rock Sand, Merryman, Col. Wozac, Jolly Beggar, Ladurlad, &c.
k- Rondeau, by Bay Ronald (on left), and Housewife, by Bread Knife.
13- Bull Fighting in Spain. (Showing the Following 3 Photographs).
a- At Algeciras.- The picador.
b- The bull-ring at Malaga, showing English Fleet in background.
c- At Algeciras.- Impact.
14- The League First Division.- Notts.Forest Beat Woolwich Arsenal by 3 Goals to Nil at Plumstead. (Showing the Following Two Photographs).
a- A good Header by Notts.
b- Notts. get the ball from the Arsenal.
15- The Oxford University Draghounds.- The Opening meet on Saturday Last. (Showing the Following Four Photographs).
a- Mr. W. H. Pearson, the Master.
b- The arrival.
c- The Master, with part of the pack.
d- Mr. D. Finlay, the Whip.
16- Rugby at Richmond.- Richmond Beat Cambridge University by 9 Points to Nil. (Showing the Following Two Photographs)
a- Brought down.
b- Lining out.
17- A Trio of Gibson Girls in "The Catch Of The Season," at the Vaudeville Theatre. (Showing a Full Page Photograph of 3 Girls with Parasols.)
a- Miss Marie Ashton.
b- Miss Elsie Kaye.
c- Miss Marion Cecil.
18- Double Page Photograph called "The Love Letter." By F. D. Miller.
19- Mr, Edward Terry & Lady Harris. The popular Actor was married to the widow of the late Augustus Harris on monday last in the parish church at Barnes. (Portrait Photographs)
20- "The Tempest" at His Majesty's Theatre. (Showing the following Two Photographs)..
a- Miss Ethel Burn as Cupid.
b- Mr. William Haviland as Prospero.
21- The Royal Military Academy, Woolwich v. Greenwich Royal Conservatory. (Showing the Following 3 Hockey Photographs)
a- The Observatory try hard to score.
b- A smart bit of play.
c- The Observatory get away.
22- Malay Racing Kolehs at Singapore. (Showing the Following 3 Photographs)
a- A start, showing the number of men in each boat required to act as shifting ballast.
b- A race between a smaller class of Kiolehs, showing man in the "outhanging" position.
c- The races are by no means always held in smooth water.
23- The Closing on the Scotch Salmon Season.- Scenes on Perthshire Waters. (Full Page showing the Following 5 Photographs)
a- Mr. J. Bruce Salmon Fishing on the Tay. Preparing the gaff.
b- Lord Wolverton and the Hon. R. Ward ready to start.
c- Lord Wolverton and the hon. R. Ward at Dupplin on the Earn, Perthshire.
d- The Hon. R. Ward at Dupplin.
e- Hooked ! (Mr. J. Bruce.)
24- The Opening of the Steeplechase Season. Sandown Park. (Full Page showing 7 Photographs)
25- Miss A. S. Allardyce, Amateur Champion Swimmer of the Southern Counties. (Portrait Photograph).
26- Mrs. Appleyard, the well-known Archer. (Photograph)
27- "Give us the foils. "Come on."- Hamlet. (Drawing)
28- The Shooting Season.- The King of Italy, Victor Emmanuel III., with the Birds. (Two Photographs)
29- Mr and Mrs. Eugen Sandow and their Children. (Photograph in Motor Car).
30- Pushball in the Navy - The men of H.M.S. Excellent on Whale Island last week. (Photograph.)
1- Vinolia Soap. (Half Page)
2- Black & White Whisky. (Half Page)
3- The Orchestrelle Company. (Half Page)
4- The International Fur Store. (Full Page)
5- Mappin & Webb. (Half Page)
6- Huntley & Palmers Biscuits and Cakes. (Full Page)
Condition is Very Good.