For Sale is an Issue of "The Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News, August 13th, 1904." Thios issue contains 18 Pages, 36 Sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume.
Articles. 1- Circular Notes. 2- Our Captious Critic. : The Drama in the Suburbs. 3- Bridge. Written by "Bascule." 4- Theatrical Suburbia. 5- Hound Shows and Harriers. 6- Miss Ruth Vincent. 7- Lawn Tennis. 8- Novel Method of Catching Brook Trout. 9- The Library. 10- Golf Jottings. Written by "Niblick." 11- Scotch Notes. 12- Motoring. Written by Mervyn. 13- The Cecil Rhodes Scholarship at Oxford. 14- Concerning miss Ida Molesworth. Written by G. Spencer Edwards. 15- Mr. J. M. Kerne. (Horseracing) 16- Twenty To One. Written by Alys Comyn. (Short Story) 17- The Sportswoman. Written by Diana Up-to-Date. 18- Athletics. 19- The Twelfth. Written by F. W. Millard. 20- Old Time Game Prices. Written by Tom Buidh. 21- Correspondence.
Photographs and Drawings. 1- Miss Ruth Vincent, as Veronique, at the Apollo Theatre. (Front page Photograph). 2- Our Captious Critic. The Drama in the Suburbs. (Illustrated by Thomas Downey.) 3- The Playground of Europe. (Showing a Full Page of 6 Drawings by Ralph Cleaver.) 4- Mr. W. E. Schutt, of Cornell, who has gained the New York State nomination. (Photograph of the Athlete) 5- Cowes Regatta.- Race for the Emperor's Cup.. (Full Page Drawing by Norman Wilkinson.) 6- Cowes Regatta, (Full Page showing 5 Photograph). 7- Cowes Regatta. (Full Page showing 4 Sketches and a Half Page Photograph of "Colonel Bagot's Cutter "Creole," wins the Emperor's Cup with Time Allowance of 42min. 13 sec.") 8- Full Page showing the Following Two Half Page Photographs. a- Two of the Clever Miss Bowmans. Miss Nellie was seen in "The Water Babies," at the Garrick Theatre, and Miss Empsie played as the Cricket in "The Cricket on the Hearth," at the same Theatre. b- Miss Eva Moore, who is at present sharing prominently in the success of "The Duke of Killicrankie," at the Criterion Theatre. 9- Brighton Races. (Full Page showing the Following 6 Photographs) a- Going to the Post for the Brighton Cup. b- Housewife justifies her market position. c- The new stands. d- Housewife, winner of the Brighton Cup, D. Maher up. e- The Claque filly upsets the long odds on Mr. Gilpin's Desiree in the Rottingdean Plate. f- Race for the Stanmer Plate. 10- Miss Ida Molesworth with her husband, Mr. Blow, and her favourite hack, on which she rode in "Under Two Flags." (Photograph). 11- Mr. J. M. Kerne, the owner of Melayr, by Ayrshire-Melton. (Portrait Photograph) 12- Mr. J. H. Lawrence, who established a record cast of 31 yds. 2 ft. with a 5 and three-quarter oz. rod in the single-handed Casting Competition recently held at the Crystal Palace. (Photograph). 13- Liverpool Express Passing through the Chevin Valley, near Duffield. (Photograph). 14- "Sergeant Brue (of the C. Divisioon)" at the Prince of Wales' Theatre. (Double page showing 12 Photographs) 15- Marlow Regatta. (Full Page showing 7 Photographs). 16- The Canterbury Week.- Kent v. Surrey. (Cricket) (Full Page showing th Following 6 Photographs). a- Seymour, c Hayes, b Crawford, 105. b- T. Hayward, 188 not out, making his tenth century this season. c- E. Humphreys, c Hayward, b Nice, 104. d- Surrey in the Field.- Nice bowling to S. H. Day. e- Abel leads the way to Pavilion at the close of the match. f- Corner of the ground by the Pavilion. 17- The Twelfth.- Some Studies of the Grouse. (Two Pages showing the Following 4 Half Page pictures.) a- Turning back from the Guns. By Archibald Thorburn. b- Grouse at a Drinking Pool. By Archibald THorburn. c- Straight for the Butts. By G. E. Lodge. d- Grouse Gliding up to the Guns. By Archibald Thorburn. 18- Royal Lancashire Show at Southport. (Half Page showing 4 Photographs). 19- The Hongkong Racecourse. (Quarter Page Landscape Photograph). 20- The Holiday Season.- Some Favoured Resorts. (Full Page showing the Following 4 Quarter Page Photographs.) a- The Harbour Mouth, Ramsgate. b- The Beach at Broadstairs. c- Margate Harbour. d- Thorpe, near Norwich. 21- Miss Newham, who took part in the recent Fly and Bait Casting Competition at the Crystal Palace. (Photograph). 22- Miss Dorothy Clarke, on her Black Gelding, Nigger, with which she took the first prize at the Brentwood and Romford Horse Show. (Photograph).