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Mr Chamberlain Speaking at His Fiscal Campaign at St Andrews Hall Glasgow ' full front page from a drawing by S. Begg from sketches by W. A. Donnelly

' The Demolition of the Old Gaiety Theatre Viewed from the Stage '

' O.P. Boxes and Auditorium Viewed from the Stage at The New Gaiety Theatre '

' Southport Sea Front – The Motor Speed Trials Track ' view of the seafront, houses and pier

' Unionist Free Traders – Spencer Compton Cavendish The Duke of Devonshire - - - The Duke of Devonshire at A Cabinet Meeting Under Lord Salisbury - - - Duke of Devonshire Moving the Rejection of Home Rule Bill 1893 - - - Lord Balfour of Burleigh - - - Lord hugh Cecil - - - Lord Goschen - - - The Right Hon. Sir John E. Gorst - - - Right Hon. C. T. Ritchie - - - Lord George Hamilton - - - The Hon. Arthur Elliot - - - Right Hon. Sir Michael Hicks-Beach ' full page

' New Secretary of the Post Office – Mr H. Babington Smith '

' The Late Sir Michael Herbert – Ambassador at Washington '

' New Lord Chamberlain to the Queen – Lord Howe GCVO ' – info. Richard George Penn Curzon Howe

' Prince Andrew of Greece and Princess Alice of Battenberg Who Were Married at Darmstadt ' – info. photograph of the mother and father of Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh

' Eminent Roman Catholic Priests - Monsignor Wrennal the Canon of Salford – Monsignor Moyes DD Canon of Westminster – Mgr. J. S. Vaughan Canon of Westminster – Rev. A. Jackman DD Archbishops Secretary – Rev. Dom Gasquet Abbot General of English Benedictines – Rev. Dr. Casartelli Bishop of Salford – Dr Bourne Archbishop of Westminster – Mgr. Hebberlynck Rector Magnificus of Louvain University – Rev. A. Poock Rector of St Bedes College Manchester ' Sleekburnc.

' The Ministerial Changes in the Cabinet – Mr Austin Chamberlain Chancellor of Exchequer – Lord Stanley Postmaster Gen. – Mr Alfred Lyttelton Sec. For Colonies – Mr. W. St John Brodrick Sec. For India – Mr H. O. Arnold-Forster Sec. For War – Mr A. Graham Murray Sec. For Scotland ' full page drawn by Percy F. S. Spence of the men around a table with papers

' German Firemen – The New Water Helmet Showing a Radiating Spray Forming a Kind of Umbrella ' two photographs

' Sofia Cathedral Bulgaria – Service in Memory of the Macedonian Dead ' people leaving the cathedral – drawn by Allan Stewart from Photographs by Gribayedoff

' The New Elizabeth Suspension Bridge Over The Danube '

' The Kaiser as a Huntsman ' with two dead deer

' The Rising in Macedonia – The Arrest of an Insurgent Band Near Samokov ' full page from a drawing by R. Caton Woodville from a sketch by an Eye-witness


Wonderful sketches by Allan Stewart at The Consolidated Kent Collieries Works:

' Coal in Kent Found by the New Percussion System of Shaft Sinking – Section of Shaft Showing the Sinking of Successive Rings of Steel Above the Moss Box - - - Sinking the Shaft, Men Working on Huge Machines - - - Emptying the Excavated rock Turned to Pulp - - - View of the Pit - - - Raising the Trepan or Boring Instrument, Shaft Removed in Sections - - - The Trepan, Clearing Clay and Rock - - - Metal Tubes for the Sides of Shaft - - - Raising the Tube Sections From Barges by Compressed Air ' a wonderful insight into the sinking of new shafts in coal mining in the early 20c – info. Allan Stewart was a Scottish painter born in Edinburgh


Illustration drawn by F. H. Townwsend for a short story

' A Dispute at the Louvre Paris: Examples from the Boscoreale Silver Treasure – Vase – Silver Ewer – Alexandrine Patera Bowl – Vase With Olvie Decorations – Vase Showing a Bacchic Scene '

' The Elan Valley Radnorshire Wales – The Dam and Reservoir ' view of the new dam, engineered by Mister James Mansergh of Westminster

' A Fifteenth Century Idyll – My Lady of the Falcons ' full page print from engraving drawn by C. Wilmshurst – a lady falconer holding a bird, a companion, and other hooded falcons eating from a trough – falconry

' Pportsmouth – The New Naval Barracks ' sailors drilling outside the ew barracks, the dockside inthe distance

' A New Type of Submarine – The 1A Undergoing Trials With Smaller Vessels and Her parent Ship HMS Thames '


Abolition of Naval Training Under Sails:

' Manning Ships on Board the "St Vincent" - - - Under Canvas, HMS Active Flag Ship of the Training Sqd Leaving Portsmouth - - - Under canvas for the Last Time, A Battleship Leaving Portsmouth '

' Boys at Gunnery Drill at Spithead - - - Boys of the "Martin" Trining Ship Celebrating the Last Day with Sails - - - New Steam Training Ship HMS Iris - - - New School and Old Passing the Victory, St Vincent and Martin ' full page with an engraved border showing a sailing ship and the newer vessels


Great American Bridge Building – The Reconstruction of the East River Bridge at New York, After the Fire:

' General View from the Street of the East River Bridge 2 '

' The Roadway of the New Bridge Under Construction '

' Rivetters at Work High up On the Bridge ' Sleekburnc.

' Williams Bridge from East River Bridge '

' Williams Bridge Approach to the New Structure '

' Span Viewed from One of the Piers '

' Roadway of the New Bridge Before the Laying of the Pavement ' a wonderful full page from photographs by Grantham Bain


' The Conservative Union Conference at Albert Hall Sheffield – Tarriff Reform v. Free Food ' full page of sketches by S. Begg showing Mr Winston Churchill – Mr Francis – Mr Stuart Wortley – Colonel Bowles – Lord Derby – Mr Lowe – Sir John Dorington – Sir howard Vincent – Mr Chaplin – Lord hugh Cecil – Sir Carne Rasch


' The Fiscal Problem – Mr Balfour Inaugurating His Policy at Sheffield ' double page drawn by S. Begg showing a packed hall


The Royal Photographic Society's Exhibition at the ew Gallery:

' The White Cat by Douglas English FRPS '

' Young Holland by T. Longworth Cooper ' a young dutch boy in clogs

' 14c Church Doorway by Rev. H. R> campion '

' The Daily Paper by W. Austin Hubbard '

' Harvest Mice by Douglas English '

' Combe Fishers by Harold Burkinshaw ' three fishermen, one mending a net

' Moil and Toil by T. Percivale Padwick ' men working in the field

' An Old Market House by Bernard Moore '

' Towing the Barge by W. A. I. Hensler - Awarded Medal'

' Silvery Fringe of the Ebb by Samuel C. Fox '

' 32 Degree Fahrenheit by Harold Hood ' horse and carriage on a snowy London street

' Winter by W. T. Greatbatch FRPS '

' A Damp Day by Walter Selfe '

' The Glow of Evening by Bertram C. Wickison ' Sleekburnc.

' Decorative Landscape by G. L'Epine Smith


' A Blackcock in Mid October Plumage – Drawn By G. E. Lodge ' full page print

' Police Traps for the Motorist – Studies in "Holding Up" – Highwaymen in Blue – Effects of the Chief Occupation of the Rural Police ' a wonderful full page of sketches by Ralph Cleaver, a comical look at the police at odds with the local community and the motorist

' Chess Problem by Herbert A. Salway '

' Van Houtens Cocoa ' full page advert

' Ladies Fashion – Autumn Tailor Made Outfit ' fashion sketch by Albert

' Cadbury's Cocoa ' advert

' Diamond erchants Jewellers ans Silversmiths ' advert showing various typs of Jewellery, clocks, Bridge Box of Cards, etc

' Ladies Fashion Sketch – Indoor Dress for a Country House ' by Albert

' The Leda Queen of Corsets – From Peter Robinson Ltd Of Oxford Street ' advert showing woman in a corset

' Sapon For Washing Clothes ' advert showing woman hanging out clothes

' Horrockses Flannelette Sheets ' advert

' The Pianola – Orchestrelle Co. Aeolian Hall 135-7 New Bond St London ' advert showing a "reduced facsimile of photograph of a Music Roll, of Metrostyle Marking by I. J. Paderewski "

' Sunlight Soap ' full page advert

' The Church Congress at Bristol - Mr W. Sefton Clarke - Mr T. N. C. Pope - Mr Hugh Coles- M. Miel - Mr C. E. D. Boutflower - Mr hinton Vaughan – Mr N. Strickland - Rev. Canon Everingham – Rev. Reive - Canon Weight - Bishop of Bristol George Forrest Browne – Mr G. E. Davies – Rev. Canon Alford – Rev R. Murchison '

' Centrepiece Made for Thenorfolk Regiment as A Souvenir of the War in South Africa ' made by Alexander Clark Manufact. Co. Of Oxford Street etc

' Oldsmobil the Silent Petrol Car' small advert

' Erasmic Soap ' advert

' Wilkinson Patent Safety Razor ' small advert

' Ardath Smoking Mixture ' advert

' Williams Shaving Stick ' advert

' Plasmon Cocoa ' advert

' Wrights Coal Tar Soap ' advert

' Sozodont For Teeth and Breath ' advert

' Angelus Piano Player ' advert

' Foots Bath Cabinet ' advert

' Association of Ideas with Armour Extract of Beef – Reccipe for Scalloped Fish ' advert

' Kropp Razor - - Kropp Razor in Russia Leather Cases - - Dropp Duplex Graduating Razor Strop - - Kropp Shaving Stick and Brush ' advert

' Horlicks Malted Milk ' advert

' Oetzmann Furniture of hampstead Rowd London ' advert with prices

' Cash's Hemstich Frilling – J.& J. Cash of Coventry ' advert

' G. E. Lewis's Gun as an Ejector ' small advert

' Mennen's Borated Talcum Toilet Powder ' advert

' Negretti and Zambra Barometer and Thermometer ' advert showing each

' The Lord Kelvin (Sir William Thomson) Patented Hot and Cold Water Tap ' advert

' Moore's Non-Leakable Fountain Pen ' advert

' Ever Ready Electric Torch ' small ad.

' Ever Ready Watch Stand and Night Light ' small ad.

' Neave's Food for Infants ' advert, photograph of a baby

' Goerz-Anschutz Folding Camera ' advert

' Portable Electric Light Company ' four examples – adv.

' The Automatic Action Urn Pipe ' advert

' Prices Candles ' small Adv.

Note Book Page by L. F. Austin

Mr Morley's Gladstone – book review

The Playhouses – Dolly Varden at the Avenue Theatre with mention of Mr Stanislaus Stange – Julian Edwards – Sylvia Sablanc – Mabelle Gilman

Harwich Royal British Mail Route – commercial Ad. Sleekburnc.

World News – includes The Royal Wedding at Darmstadt - - TheMacedonian Trouble - - Austria and Russia - - Imperial Hunters, The Czar, Archduke Franz Ferdinand, Emperor Francis Joseph at Hohe Veitsch - - The Pope's First Encyclical - - England and Germany, Professor Mommsen

The Way It Really happened – Short Story by Lloyd Osborne – Part I, to be concluded

New Novels inc. The Literary Sense by E. Nesbit - - The Viscountess Normanhurst by Edward H. Cooper - - Master of Gray by H. C. Bailey - - Barbara Winslow: Rebel by Beth Ellis - - The Pool in the Desert by Mrs Everard Cotes - - Priors Roothing by Ella Fuller Maitland - - Griff of Griffthscourt by Helen Mathers

Science Column by Andrew Wilson with ref. to Mr J. M. Barrie and his new play "Little Mary"

St Pheasants Day – Pheasant Hunting

Ladies page by Filomena

Ecclesiastical Column


Wills and Bequests includes:

Mr John Charles Lanyon of Birdhurst, Croydon, and of Gresham House, London EC

Mr Counsell Jeffery of 30 Tredegar Square, Mile End Road London E

Mr William henry Miles f 26 Compagne Gardens, Hampstead

Mr henry Williams of Woodlands, Clapham Common, and of 48 Old Bailey EC., Wholesale Bookseller

Mr Isaac Feldheim of 6 Pembridge Villas, Bayswater

Mr George John Holmes of Brooke Hall, Norwich Sleekburnc.

Admrial Ralph Peter Cator of 1 Chelsea Court, Chelsea

 

 


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Front page : Full page drawing by S Begg entitled A Royal Farmer : The Prince of Wales at The Opening Of The New Permanent Show Ground Of The Royal Agricultural Society - Several people are identified at the edge of the drawing, Sir Jacob Wilson, Lord Derby, Prince Of Wales, Mr P Crutchley - A scene at Park Royal between Ealing and Harrow, where Jersey Heifers were being Judged

Mr H Bateman

Mr P E Marrack (both senior Wranglers and photos were by Stearn

Starting Place of The Servian Conspirators, The Old Port Belgrade

Public Curiosity over a New Monarch, A Crowd of Servians in front of a portrait of King Peter at Belgrade

A Once Famous War-ship : The Turret Ship 'Scorpion' wrecked in the West Indies

The Great June Rain as An Impediment To Yachting: Yachts For The Heligoland Race Detained At Dover - Drawn by Charles De Lacy

King Peter's Thanksgiving on His Accession at The Russian Church Geneva

A Sketch by Ralph Cleaver entitled Ibsen In French At An English Theatre : Madame Rejane in 'A Doll's House' at The Garrick - Participants are named below the print as : Christina (Ellen Andree), Nora Helmer ( Madame Rejane), Helmer (M Tarride)

The Late Major Pond - photo by Ellis and Walery

Major Gen Sir C Egerton - A photo by Hughes and Mullins

Mr Frank Fletcher (Headmaster of Marlborough College)- Photo by H Bell

A So called Scientific Hooligan at Work : Mr Nevil Maskelyne Receiving a Wireless Message From Birchington in His Workshop at Wandsworth ( Mr M was accused by Fleming of intercepting his messages - Mr M stated that the public should be aware of how easily wireless Telegraphic messages might be 'tapped')

A full page entitled A Great Unfinished Fane And Its Dead Founder - and subtitled : The Lying In State Of Cardinal Vaughan at Westminster cathedral, His Eminence's Great Foundation (from a painting by Allan Stewart)

A Full page drawing by R Caton Woodville entitled The Renewal Of Hostilities In Somaliland - Subtitled A British Advance Through Big Game Country (after renewed activity by the Mullah, and showing a Lion and a typical huge ant hill)

A page of six pictures under general heading of 'The Servian Assasinations : Scenes Of The Tragedy At Belgrade - The pictures are listed at the foot of the page :- The Military Office, Divisional Building at Belgrade - Street Decorations and rejoicing in Belgrade - The Grave of the King and Queen within the chapel - Home of the man whose proposed adoption caused the murders (Lt Nikodem Lungevica) - Three upper Windows Marking The Actual Chamber of the Murder in The Old Konak - Exterior Of The Chapel Where King And Queen Are Buried

A Further 2 pages with 10 photographs on The Servian Assassinations : (photographs by the Illustrated Press Bureau, Augustin Rischgitz, and A Degaston) individually entitled at the foot of each page as follows :-

The Churchyard where King and Queen are Buried - The Grave Of The Prime Minister And His Son - The Grave Of The Only Conspirator Who Was Killed : Colonel Naumovitch - The Little Room in Which The King And Queen Fell The Graves Of Alexander and Draga - A Pretender's Grave : The Spot Where The Queens Two Brothers Are Interred Among Private Soldiers

The Spot Where Petrovitch Betrayed His Master and Mistress : The Bathroom adjoining The Royal Bedroom - The Queen's Dressing Room and The Boa She Wore As She Fled - Queen Draga's Boudoir The Day After The Crime

A full page on the subject, British Dominions Beyond The seas - Number 24 The Pacific Islands - and Subtitled : The Arrival Of The British Fleet To Receive From Germany The Surrender Of The Tonga And Society Islands (From a painting by R Caton Woodville

A full page with 9 photographs on The Subject of 'The Opening Up Of Nigeria : The Fortifications of Kano - Each picture individually entitled :- The Gate Of The Town After Its Destruction - The Interior of One Of The Main Gates Of The Town - The Main Gate, Kano - Lt Wright Distinguished during the storming of Kano - The Armoury Of The King's Palace - Inside The Walls - The Kings Palace - The Exterior Of The Nassarawa Gate - Inscriptions On The Walls Of A Harem

A Full page drawing by F S Spence devoted to Wheeled transport entitled 'The Progress of The Wheel : The Ousting Of The Horse From London Thoroughfares - Subtitled beneath :- The World Awheel : The Continual Procession Of Motors And Cycles In Kensington High Street Opposite Holland House (On The Road to Richmond)

Double Page after a picture by Unknown entitled :- The Late Projector Of Westminster Cathedral : His Eminence Herbert Vaughan, Cardinal Archbishop Of Westminster (Also showing his model behind him)

The Great June Rain - a series of 8 Photographs showing the reslts of very heavy june rain causing the rivers Lea and Roding Overflowed their banks - pictures are individually entitled at the foot of the page as follows :-

Lower Woodford road, Woodford Bridge Essex under Two To Four Feet Of Water - West Drayton Golf Ground Inundated - A Submerged Island Below The Wier At Marlow - Mill Fields Clapton Flooded - The Gasometer at Woodford Surrounded By Water - A Travelling Show surrounded By Water In A Field Off Woodford Road - A Tramcar In The Floods at Lea Bridge Road, Clapton - The Kings Head, Mill Fields Clapton

A Four Page Supplement entitled 'Furthest South' an account of the adventurous voyage of The Discovery and The Sledge Journey to the furthest point South ever reached by man. A good long description containing maps and photographs etc as follows :-

half page picture of Headquarters of the Magnetic Survey (all Photographs by Lt Shackleton unless otherwise stated) - The Deck of The Discovery After A Blizzard - The Wreck Of The Windmill After A Blizzard - Full page (drawn by A Forestier after material supplied by Shackleton) Celebrating the Polar Midnight - in the Men's Quarters - Discovery in The Pack And In Winter Quarters : 2 half page pictures entitled :- The Discovery In The Pack Ice (At the foot of Mount Erebus in MacMurdo Strait) - A Breath Of An English Spring In The Frozen South : Crocuses Grown In The Discovery's Ward Room Flowering On Easter Sunday

A further 2 Half page pictures on Discovery's Present Position and a curiosity of Antarctic Bird Life , individually entitled :- Frozen In Since March 24 1902 : The Discovery in Her Present Quarters With The Sledge Dogs Ashore - Penguin Walk Up Cape Adare : The Birds Ingenious Ladder Of Snow Hummocks

A Map entitled : The Discovery's Work Approximately Indicated On Ross's Quadrant Of The Antarctic

A Page with 3 pictures showing the team on Man's Nearest Approach to the South Pole - showing (and Naming) Lt Shackleton, Captain Scott, Dr Wilson; and showing the Sledgeometer wheel which recorded the distance travelled

A Page with three extracts from 'The South Polar Times'

A Further full page on The Great June Rain and Floods in the Thames Valley - a series of 8 Photographs showing the results of very heavy June rain, individually entitled at the foot of the page as :- Punting Along Cookham Road - Flooded Land Between Cookham Station and Town - Below The Weir At Marlow - The Weir at Marlow with an equal height of water on both sides - Looking Downstream From Marlow Lock - Bridge Street Maidenhead Inundated - Teddington Weir in Flood Time

A Full page Advertisement for Plantol Soap (Lever Brothers of Port Sunlight Cheshire)

A Crepe De Chine Indoor Gown

Quarter page ads for Goldsmiths, Fry's Cocoa, Erasmic Soap, Peter Robinson, Robison and Cleaver, Cadbury's Milk Chocolate, Force Cereal, Mappin and Webb, Cricket at Lords, Apollo Piano Players

Half page ads for Bird's Custard Powder, Scrubbs Ammonia, Dewars Whte Label Whisky, Fox's Spiral Puttees

a Picture of A Useful Promenade Dress

Two pictures of The Proscenium at Port Sunlight

The Playhouses with mentions of :- Fraulein Ternina, Mr Hedmont, Mdlle Pacquot, Madame Kirkby Lunn, M Journet, M Fassen, Rejane's Nora Helmer at The Garrick, Cousin Kate at The Haymarket, Mr Davis, Carlotta Addison, Beatrice Ferrar, Rudge Harding, Cyril Maude, Miss Ellis Jeffreys, Mr Tree at His Majesty's, Trilby, Constance Collier, Kinsey Peile,

The Servian Murders

Senior Wranglers

The German Elections

President loubet's visit to London

The Wreck of a famous Turret ship

The Woolwich Explosions Professor Curie on Radium

The Situation in Somaliland

Ascot and The Floods

Mr Justice Grantham

The Macedonian Troubles

A Captured Correspondent (mentioning the Loss of Mr Harris in Tangier, Dar Romana Tribe, Sir Arthur Nicholson)

Book reviews, some names mentioned are :- Albert Kinross, Viscount Hayashi, W E Tirebuck, T H S Escott, C E D Black

Furthest South - AN INCOMPLETE ARTICLE o the Voyage of the Discovery (it continues in the next issue)

Science Jottings by Andrew Wilson : Mentioning Lord Kelvin,

Cardinal Vaughan

Ladies Pages (Fashion and weddings mostly)

Wills and bequests mentioning :- Mr Hall Rokeby Price of Clementhorpe, Mr Hugh William Todd of Hawthorne Road Bootle, Mr Donald Bain of Avon House Keynsham, Mr Edward Masterman of Cambridge Terrace Hyde Park, Mr Edward Frederick Devenish Walshe, Mr James Wild Clegg of The Grange Harrogate, Colonel Thomas Thorneycroft of Tettenhall Towers Wolverhampton

 

 


 

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Front page : Full page drawing by S Begg (from a photograph by Cassar) entitled The King's Tour : His Majesty Landing At The Custom House Malta April 16

The King's Tour and President Loubet - a full page with 6 Pictures taken by M Leon Bouet, individually entitled :- The Royal Yacht Victoria and Albert Entering The Grand harbour - King Edwards arrival at Malta : Passing The Porta Reale Bridge at Valetta - The French President's Arrival At Algiers - The Algiers Review, President taking The Salute - The Review: President Decorating An Officer - Arab Chiefs Preceding The Presidential Cortege

Full page drawing by A Forestier from sketch by Allan Stewart - King Edward Leaving The Custom House, Valetta

A Map showing The Proposed Route Of The Baghdad Railway From Konieh To Koweit

The Shakespeare Festival at Stratford-On-Avon - 2 pictures of Leading performers :- Mr F R Benson as Hamlet - Mrs F R Benson As Ophelia (Photographs by Lankester Tunbridge Wells)

Small sketch by Melton Prior entitled :- The Somaliland Expedition : A Captured Spy (under guard of Sikhs)

A full page drawing by H Seppings Wright on Wagners Ring Des Nibelungen at Covent Garden and subtitled beneath :- A Scenic Rehearsal of Das Rheingold, The First Drama of The Cycle (New Scenery painted by Harry Brooke and superintended by F Neilson ,) The drawing is in 4 sections captioned at the bottom :- The Bottom Of The Rhine - The Nibelungs Cave - The Towers of Valhalla - A Scene From Act 111

A Race In A Spring Snowstorm, The Forty Fourth Newmarket Biennial Stakes (won by Sir E Cassel's Sermon)- Photograph of The Late Sir Oliver Moway Premier of Ontario (Picture by Elliott and Fry)

Photograph of Sir Jaes D Marwick, Town Clerk of Glasgow (Picture by Elliott and Fry)

A Sketch of The New Baltic Exchange from a drawing by A Hugh Fisher

An Illustration for a fiction : Le Pochard drawn by Forestier

A full page of sketches by Ralph Cleaver on Primrose Day Celebrations in Town And Country, accompanied by a photo of a statue by Brightman (Primrose Day is the anniversary of the death of British statesman and prime minister Benjamin Disraeli, 1st Earl of Beaconsfield, on 19 April 1881)

A full page on the subject, Disadtrous Accident To The America Cup Challenger Shamrock 111 At Weymouth and subtitled - The Yacht After She Was Disabled : Showing The Buckled Steel Mast And The Enormous Length Of Main Boom

A full page Drawn by A Forestier on An Echo Of The Renaissance In Italy and Subtitled - A Discourse Upon Sovereign Beauty

3 small pictures of Old prints entitled Charles 11 and The Kirk - Street Sellers In London, The Chicken Seller - Chimney Sweeps 1698 (These Illustrations from a book review of 'Social England edited by H D Traill and J S Mann)

A half page Photograph by Russell of ' The Association Football Cup : The FinalTie At The Crystal Palace April 18 (between Bury and derby County with 64000 spectators, Bury won 6-0)

2 Pictures under the heading : Submerged For A Century : The Recovery Of A Gun, With Shot Adhering, Sunk With H M S Anson December 1807 (An investigation by Captain Anderson on Loe Bar Porthleven, pictures by Gibson Penzance )

A Martello Tower split by Winter Gales (at Hythe and Dymchurch photo by Beard, Littlestone)

Picture of The Cave Dwellings Of Nottingham Recently discovered (Photo by Kidd of Nottingham)

A Full page on Kings Visit to Paris, with 6 Photographs by Chusseau - Flaviens, entitled atb the foot of the page as follows:- Lady Monson - British Embassy In Paris - The British Ambassador Sir E Monson - The Throne Room at The Embassy - The Great Reception Room of The Embassy - The State Coach Of The Embassy Rarely Seen In Public

Full Page Portrait , photographed by Lafayette and bordered by A Hugh Fisher entitled :- Her Majesty Queen Alexandra (small tear to bottom border)

Double Page containing 11 photographs and drawing by unknown on the subject of From The Persian Gulf to The Bosphorus by Rail, projected route of the Baghdad Railway. The pictures are indiviadually entitled at the foot of the page as follows :-

Eastern Terminus Koweit, The Sheikh's Palace - The Creek Leading From Shar El Arab to Bussorah - The Moat round The Walls Of Baghdad - Decrepit Modern Baghdad, The Ruinous South Gate - The Bridge Of Boats At Baghdad, Occasionally opened for The Passage Of Ships - The Ruins of The Greatest Arched Hall In the World at Ctesiphon - A Famous Goal Of Pilgrims: The Mosue of Kazmain old Baghdad - A Typical Passenger : A Baghdad Lady - The Armed Despatch Boatof The Indian Government Stationed at Baghdad - A Typical Passenger : A Mohammedan Lady of Baghdad - The Starting Point Of The Baghdad Railway : Distant View Of Scutari (small tear to bottom border)

The Opening Up Of Nigeria - a series of 8 Photographs (photographer undisclosed) individually entitled as follows :-

A Dosso Drummer - The King Of Kara Kara Stae Trumpeters - A State Drummer Of The King Of Kara-Kara - The King Of Dosso Visiting The International Camp - The Seriki Of Kara Kara Visiting The International Camp - The French Commissioners - A Weaver At Dosso - The English Commissioners

A Full page Illustration by R Caton Woodville on ' The Trouble In The Balkans' subtitled : Albanians Concealing Ammunition (The Officers carry Russian Magzine Rifles, The Men The Berdan Weapon inventor Hiram Berdan in 1868)

A Full page Advertisement for Eno's Fruit Salt

A Walking Skirt and Bolero

Quarter page ads for Spiers and Ponds, Wilson and Gill Goldsmiths, Peter Robinson's Corsets, Carrs Tapes, Allsopps lager, Players Navy Cut Tobacco, Kropp Razor, Williams Shaving Soap,

Half page ads for Warings, Edwards' Harlene for Hair, Mappin & Webb,

A Full Page Sunlight Soap Advert

A Smart Afternoon Dress

A Reminiscence Of The Murdered Russian Consul Of Mitrovitza : M Stcherbina on the Bosphorus

The New Royal School Of Art Needlework, South Kensington - Photo by Fradelle and Young

The Playhouses with mentions of :- Miss Ellen terry, Mr Gordon Craig, Mr Archer, Oscar Asche, Miss Hutin Britton, Mr Holman Clark, Mis Fletcher's The Light That Failed at The New Theatre, Mr Forbes-Robertson Miss Nina Boucicault, Mr Aubrey Smith, Mr Sydney Valentine, Miss Margaret Halstan, Miss Gertrude Elliott, La Toledade at Kennington, M Audran, Mr Alec Marsh, Charles Collette, Miss Georgina Delmar, Miss Emily Soldene

The King's Tour

The King's Paris Visit

The Baghdad Railway

The Shakespeare Festival

The Balkan Trouble

The Shamrock Disaster

Somaliland

The Portraits (Oliver Mowat and James D Marwick

Le Pochard by Guy Wetmore Carryl

Book reviews, some names mentioned are :- E F Benson, Mary E Mann, Sydney C Grier, Major H H Austin, George Brandes, James O Hannay

Science Jottings by Andrew Wilson

The Legion of Honour by the Author of An Englishman in Paris (which was apparently anon)

Ladies Pages (Fashion and weddings mostly)

The Story of a remarkable discovery - discourse on the 'Russell treatment' for The Cure Of Corpulence

Wills and bequests mentioning :- Mr James Lund of Sutton Yorkshire - Mr William Samuel Deacon of Poynters Cobham - Colonel John Temple of Villa Royale Nice - Mrs Elizabeth Walker of Pulteney House Bath - Mr William Hall Richardson of Park Road Southport - Rev Walford Green of Macartney House Greenwich Park - Rev Canon Henry Ireland Blackburne of Crewe Green - Miss Ada Ellen Bayly ("Edna Lyall) of College Road Eastbourne


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Front page : several sketches overall entitled The King's First Appearance At Ascot Since His Accession - sketches by Ralph Cleaver

Dr Vojislav Velikowich new minister of Finance Servia

Colonel AlexanderMaschin (leader of the conspiracy) Brother in Law of Late Queen Draga

The retreat at Geneva Where Kingship found Peter Karageorevich : The Prince's House

The First Railway Motor in the Kingdom (London South Western)

The First Turbine Steamer For The Channel Service, 'The Queen'

A page of six pictures after record rainfall in Essex. The pictures are listed at the foot of the page :- Floods Near The Britannia Works Ilford - The Floods Near The Mill Ilford - The Inundation of a New Building Estate at Manor Park - The Inundation of a New Building Estate at East Ham - Romford Road In The Floods as seen from Manor Park - Barrington Road Manor Park, Under Water

The Latest Walking Feat : To Brighton on a Globe :there is no article but the paragraph below claims that (though un-named,) she was an American girl : I have done some research and discovered that she was apparently called Mademoiselle Florence,

The Late Mr Lucien Marc Editor of L'Illustration

Fire At The Bonded Store at Greenock : Destruction of a Million Gallons of Whisky -Drawn By H Seppimgs Wright from a sketch by W A Donnelly

Full page Picture of the Conflagration at Greenock : The Explosion in The Neighbouring Flour Mill From a drawing by H Seppings WrightShowing Bluejackets from H M S Benbow The Clyde Guard Ship, assisting the Fire Brigade

A Page with 8 photographs taken at The Richmond Horse Show showing some of the events and winners :- pictures are individually titled as follows - 1st Prize Single Harness Mr A Cunliffe's Gentleman of Quality, Driven by Miss Cunliffe - 2nd Prize Pace and Action. Mr WalterWinan's Barney F, Driven By his owner - Winner of Championship for Hacks, The Countess of Warwick's Badminton - In The Judging Ring - Over The Water Jump - Winner of Challenge Cup for Hunters, Sir H De Trafford's Red Cloud - Mr C J Werthheimer's Hopwood Squire and Jubilee Spring Tandem - Winners of Challenge cup for Double Harness, Mr Werthheimer's Frivolous and Frivolity

A Drawing of Wingfield Manor Derbyshire - A general view of the Ruins with detail of Gate House, Arms over Gate house and The Queen Mary Tower Drawn by Herbert Railton (half page)

A Full page Drawing of Wingfield with detail of Turret stairs and Roasting Jack entitled :- Wingfield Manor : The Outer Courtyard and Queen Mary's Turret Stairs (again by Railton)

A Page with 4 more Railton Sketches of Wingfield individually entitled :- The Famousd Oriel - The Approach to Wingfield Manor - The Watch Tower - The View From Queen Mary's Tower

The Movement towards Protection : The Resumed debate in Parliament. - a full page containing 9 annotated sketch portraits of :- Mr Ellis - Mr Asquith - Mr Lee - Sir H Campbell-Bannerman - Mr J Lowther - Mr A J Balfour - Sire E Grey - Mr Chamberlain - Mr Lloyd George ( discussion of Mr Chaplin's Ammendment on the repeal of the Corn Tax)

A Full page Picture on The Electrification of the District Railway - entitled :- The Construction of the Power Station at Lots Road, Chelsea : Pile Driving in the bed of the Canal (Outside a building marked with a sign only partially visible but bearing the name of Arnold, and what must be & son afterward, and the words Forage Imperial Mango) - From a drawing by H L Bacon

Full page Picture on 'The Extinction of a Dynasty : The Murder of The King and Queen Of Servia' - The picture has the title ' King Alexander and Queen Draga, Murdered by Military Conspirators At Belgrade, June 11' (There is a tear to the top border of this page- not affecting the image)

Two further half page drawings on the same subject from photographs by Allan Stewart and S Begg entitled :- An Occasion of Ceremony : King Alexander and his Guard at The Etrance to the Konak or Palacewhere the murders took place - A Former Everyday Scene in Belgrade : King Alexander, without Escort, Driving through The Town (again a tear to the top of this page, not affecting the image

A Further page with 9 photographs of Servian Royalty under the main title of 'The Late King and Queen of Servia, Their Successors, and the Man Whose Proposed Adoption as Heir Caused The Murders' - The pictures are titled at the foot of the page :- King Alexander at 12 - Queen Draga - Prince Peter Karageorgevich - Lt Nikodem Lungevica - Princess Peter Karageorgevich sister of Queen of Italy - Late Queen Draga and her sisters Erroneously said to have been Murdered also - King Alexander at the time when he dismissed The Regents 1893 aged 17 - King Alexander - The New Heir Prince George Karagoergevich

A Further full page on the same subject, showing 5 Photographs individually entitld :- King Alexander's Guard - Belgrade From the North West, The View from the Glacis of The Citadel - National Merrymaking Soldiers Dancing with The Peasant Women - King Alexander and Hunting Expedition - A Group containing portraits of two victims, General Markovich The Premier, and General Paulovich former Minister of War

A Further full page with 5 photographs entitled again a the foot of the page :- The Konak or Royal Palace showing where the Assassinations took place - The Dining Room of the Royal Palace - The Gateway of the Royal Palace - The Scene of the New King's Election, The Great Ballroom - King Alexander's Private Room

Double Page after a picture by A Forestier entitled :- Their Majesties and The Light Cure : King Edward and Queen Alexandra Visiting Patients in The Finsen Light Room At The London Hospital (A treatment devised for treating Lupus

The Gordon Bennett race - pictures to explain why Mercedes cars were missing from that even (Great Fire at The Daimler Works) A page with a series of photographs individually entitled :- The New Works already in course of Construction - A Mercedes Car estined for the Race, wrecked by the fire - A General view of the Debris - The Great Area Cleared By The Fire - The Smouldering Debris Played upon by the Fire Hose

A Full page Drawing by R Caton Woodville on the 'British Dominions Overseas : Number 23 NEW GUINEA - subtitled The Division of New Guinea i 1885 : The Salute To The British And German Flags On The Line Of Demarcation (text mentions Lord Granville and Bismarck)

A Full page drawn by Edward Cucuel (special artist in Berlin) on the general subject of The Boer Generals return to Farming and titled beneath the picture :- General Kritzinger and Commandant C J Botha inspecting Agricultural machines At Vetschau near Berlin

A Drawing By A Hugh Fisher (Half page) entitled - An unusual exhibit at the Royal Society's Soiree : Mr John Watson Warman's Hydraulicon or Water Organ

A half page Picture on the loss of The Liban showing The Balkan's Boat and The Blechamp and entitled - The Loss of The Liban Off The Ile Maire : Rescue work by The Balkan's Boat

Full page advertisement for Lifebuoy Soap

A Handsome Promenade Gown (Fashion)

Ad for Hudson's Soap

Full page Ad for The Parisian Diamond Company

A visiting Dress in Voile

small ads for Odol, Abdulla Cigarettes, Robinson and Cleaver Belfast, Mappin and Webb, Allsopp's Lager, Force, Pears Soap, Bensons Jewellery, Stae Express cigs, Chef Sauce, Wilson and Gill Goldsmiths, Soxodont,

a Picture of The London Hospital addition, New Outpatients wing

A picture of Peter The Great's boat (Bicentennial of St Petersburg)

More adverts for Association of Diamond Merchants, Vaseline hair tonic, Horlick's Malted Drink, Bulmers Cider, Clarke's Patent Pyramid night Lights, Benson's watches, Swan fountain pens, Jeyes Fluid, Clincher Michelin, Drew and Sons picnic hamper, Hunter Baltimore Rye, Danger in Hot Baths - Balsamic Vinolia Soap, Solar Whisky, Merryweather's water supply to mansions, Kropp razors, Williams Shaving stick and many many more

Madame Bernhardt at the Adelphi

Madame Hading as Mrs Tanqueray at the Coronet,

Madame Melba

The Servian Coup D'Etat

The Somaliland Expedition

The Macedonian Trouble

A Great French Journalist

Wingfield Manor

Book reviews, some names mentioned are :- Mary Wilkins Freeman, Flora Annie Steel, John A Steuart, H A Vachell, Frank Danby, Arthur Stanwood Pier, George Cram Cook, Algernon Gissing, Helen Mathers, Ethel M M McKenna

Regicide as an Art : Parallels to The Servian Tragedy

Science Jottings : Some curious Animalcules

At Lord Crichton's wedding

Lady Mary Grosvenor's Wedding

Wills and bequests mentioning :- Major and Alderman Samuel Arthur Brain of Penarth, William Ruddock of Orange Hill, Mr Robert Irvine of Orchard House West Hartlepool, Mr Joseph John Elliott of Hadley House Monken Hadley, Mr George Tonge o Grosvenor Square, Mrs Jane Meynell of 46 Walsingham road Hove, Sir James Westland of 164 Ashley Gardens Westminster

Music - mentions Mr Hubert De Carteret, Bessie Palmer, Mr Sims Reeves, Madame Albani, Dr Ludwig Wullner, M Kubelik, M Louis Arens, Mr Wilhelm Ganz and Signor Baraldi

 


 

July 18th

 


August 1st


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'Pope Leo XIII's Obsequies: The Catafalque in St Peters For The Funeral Ceremony'

The Kings Great Conciliatory Visit to Ireland: Scenes in the West - 'A Welcome From Irish Schoolchildren: Waiting for The King at Leenane'

'Their Majesties Motor Tour Through Connemara - The King and Queen Passing Leenane Hotel'

Scenes at Cork - - 'The Presentation of Addresses in the Exhibition Building at Cork' - - - 'Their Majesties Departure From Cork: The Scene on the Platform at Glanmore Station'

The Great Six Minutes Tornado in Paterson, New Yorik State: Scenes of the Desolation July 22 - 'An Overturned House' - - - 'Police Guard' - - - ' A House Partially Destroyed' - - - 'Wrecked Buildings' - - - 'Clay Street After the Tornado'

'Their Majesties Irish Cruise: The Royal yacht and Her Escort Entering Queenstown Harbour, August 1'

'Papal Election: Scenes of the Recent Conclave' Full pae

'Last Days of Safety: Grouse Before The Twelfth Drawn by G. E. Lodge' Full page

'A Modern Audience in an Ancient Arena: The Production of the Oedipus Rex During The Bigot Festival at Nimes' Full page

'The King in The West of Ireland: His Majesty Replying to The Address of Welcome at Galway Station' Full page

'Killary Bay The Finest Inlet on The West Coast' A wonderful full page by Charles de Lacy

King and Queen in Ireland: Visit to Londonderry: - 'Passing Up Shipquay Street' - -- 'Entering Brook Park' - - - 'Brook prk' - - - 'Leaving The Guildhall' - - - 'The Royal Train at Londonderry' - - - Landing at Buncrana Pier en Route for Londonderry'

'Queen Victoria Memorial: The Commencement of Operations in the Mall' - - - 'Victoria Memorial As It Will Appear When Completed'

The Queen Victoria Staue At Scarborough: 'The Unveiling Ceremony' - - - 'A Nearere View of the Statue'

' A Miniature Forth Bridgte in the Highlands: The Second Largest Span in the World - Connell Ferry'

'A Mud Dock at Newchwang, Manchujria: HMS Rinaldo Leaving Winter Quarters'

The Jewish Law in The East End of London - 'The Supply of Kosher Meat: The Officials of the Synagogue Sealing Up The Food of Observing Jews' Full page

'The Oldest Tennis Court in England: The Finely Preserved Provision for The Ancient Game at Hampton Court'

'A Scientific Workshop Threatened by Applied Science: Kew Observatory, to Be Removed Owing To The DIsturbance Caused by Electic Tractrion'


Also articles (no engravings unless previously mentioned ) including :
'Our Note Book by L. F. Austin'

'Home and Foreign News'

'Personal'

'Wills and Bequests includes Mr Charles Andrew Prescott of 20 Cambridge Square, Hyde park - - - Mr Edwin Handley of Hendra, Alum Chine, Bournemouth and of Birmingham - - - Lieutenant Colonel Robert Bridges Bellers of Bacton Manor, Pontrilas, Hereford - - - Mr Charles Lucena of Westwick, Easthampstead, Berks - - - Mr Benjamin Ebenezer Nightingale of the Albert Works, Albert Embankment - - - Mr Sidney deVere Beauclerk of 187 Queens Gate and formerly of the Lindens, Horsham '


August 15th

' New Issues of Postage Stamps - Gibraltar - Malta - Seychelles - French Colonial - St Kitts and Nevis - St Kitts and Nevis Showing Christopher Columbus Sighting Land - Kings Head Canadian Issue - Aitutaki and the value of the stamp in the Maori dialect '

' TheNaval Manoeuvres - the Arrival of the Cruisers of X Squadron in Lagos Bay, An Unusual Obstacle '

the Mediterranean Long Range Firing: Amdmiral SIr Compton Domville Presenting the Fisher Cup to The Russell '

' The Wild Duck Shooting Season: At Flight Time by Frank Southgate '

' The Labour Question in South Africa: Swazis on Their Way to the Johannesbuhrg Mines '

The /election of Pius X - ' The New Pope Receiving The First Adoration of the Cardinals in the Sistine Chapel August 4 ' Full page

' Election of Pius X - Scenes at the Conclusion of the Conclave ' Full page

' London By The Sea: a Summer Holiday Scene - Children Paddling at Fulham Park ' Wonderful full page

' The Naval Manoeuvres: Preparing for Sea at Gibralter - - - Passing Through The Straits - - - Taking stations for Anchoring ' Full page

' Wireless Telegraphy at Sea: Attempting to Pick Up Gibraltar at a Distance of Fifty Miles '

' A Source of Much Argument: Engineers Discussing the Condemned Belleville Boilers '

' Friendly Rivals HMS Spartiate Passing the French Channel Squadron on her Way to Gibraltar '

' Cowes During Regatta Week - The RYS Landing Stage - - - Firework Night - - - HM Th King on the Britannia - - -The Lawn Of The Royal Yacht Squadron ' Full page

' Chess Problem '

' Kropp Razor ' Advert

And more adverts of the day


Also articles (no engravings unless listed above) including :-
Parliament

Mob Violence and Lynching in Illinois

Electric Speed Tests in Germany

The World News includes The Motor Car Bill and Twenty Miles An Hour - the Humbert Trial - Lord Curzon - Somaliland - The Late Phil May - Macedonia - The Irish Honours Science Jottings - An Elephant of the Past by Andrew Wilson

Fishing Permits

'Wills and Bequests includes Mr George Henry Schofield JP of Oaklands, Greenfield at Yorkshire - - - Mr John Clough of the Hob Hill, Steeton Yorkshire - - - Mr William Hounsell JP of Dykes Court Bridport Dorset - - - Mr Moses Bottomley of woodleigh Hall Rawdon Yorks and of Bradford - - - Henry Verney Baron Willoughby de Broke of Kineton Warwick


August 22nd

' Admiral Sir J. A. Fisher, The New Commander in chief at Portsmouth '

' The Late Dr. W. S. Playfair, The Eminent Physician '

A NewWar Office Purhcase: Castleton, Derbyshire With The Sherwood Foresters Under Canvas '

Winners of the Prizes Given By The Thames Conservancy For Well Kept Lock Gardens - ' Cleve Lock, Goring First in Section Two '

Winners of the Prizes Given By The Thames Conservancy For Well Kept Lock Gardens - ' The Other Side of Cleeve Lock '

Winners of the Prizes Given By The Thames Conservancy For Well Kept Lock Gardens - ' Boulters Lock First in Section Three '

Winners of the Prizes Given By The Thames Conservancy For Well Kept Lock Gardens - ' Windsor Old Lock, First in Section Four '

The French Military Ride From Paris To Deauville - 'Careful Competitors Leading Their Horses ' - - - ' Taking Advantage of Soft Ground ' - - - ' Lieutenant St Sauveur's Dying Horse Helped Forward By Six Men ' - - - ' Captain De La Taille Tending His Horse ' - - - ' The Trophy '

' Tobacco Growing in the United Kingdom. The Method of Cultivation and Specimens of Home Grown Plants ' inlcudesField of English Tobacco in August Removing Suckers - Picking Up The Green Crop - Miel - The Curing Barn - Treading the Tobacco - The Virginia Plant - The Yellow Prior - The Kentucky - The Hester Virginia - the Orinoco and more. Full page

' Helen Adair By Louis Becke Illustrated by R. Caton Woodville '

The Rising in the Balkans: Disaffected Monastir and Uskub - ' The Intimidation of Christians: Their Closed Shops in the Dieserted Market Place, Monastir '

The Rising in the Balkans: Disaffected Monastir and Uskub - ' A Busy Scene: The Jewish Quarter Monastir '

The Rising in the Balkans: Disaffected Monastir and Uskub - ' After A Massacre: women of Uskub Attending The Graves of Relatives Killed by the Turkish Troops '

The Rising in the Balkans: Disaffected Monastir and Uskub - ' Peace in War: A Typica Street Scene in Monastir '

The Rising in the Balkans: Disaffected Monastir and Uskub - ' A Strange Sequel to Massacre: Women Feeding Priests and Bashi Bazouks in the Cemetery near Uskub '

The Rising in the Balkans: Disaffected Monastir and Uskub - ' The Protection of the Representatives of Foreign Powers: A Consular Guard at Monastir Ilst '

' The Latest Portrait of Their Royal 'Highnesses the Prince and Princess of Wales ' full page

' The Alien Invasion and The British Exodus - Immigrants ' full page

' The Alien Invasion and The British Exodsl - Emigrants ' full page drawn by Max Cowper

' A Modern Norman Invasion: The Souvenir Normand in Hastings - ' Pevensey Castle '

' Battle Abbey '

' The Roman Gateway '

' Hurstmonceux Castle '

' Bodiam Castle '

' Hastings Castle '

' The Revival of the Craze for Living Jewellery - Strange Ornaments for the Wrist: Chameleons ' Full page

' Chess Problem '

' The Kings Gift to the Royal Dorset yacht Club '

' Bile Beans for Biliousness ' Advert

And more adverts of the day


Also articles (no engravings unless listed above) including :-
' The World News includes TheKing at Marienbad - Military Rides - Lord Salisburys Health - A Cyclone in Jamaica - The Americ Cup - Water Weed Cutting By Machinery '

' Science Jottings - The Practical side of Summer by Andrew Wilson '

' Naval Volunteers by Fred T. Jane '

' Chess in Americ and a Game Played by Messrs Finn and Halpern ' - 'Chess in Australia Telegraphic Match Mr Taylour NSW and The Rev R. Betts of Victoria ' lists all the moves

'Wills and Bequests includes Mr Noel Whiting of Lavender Lodge Battersea - - - Mr Reginald John Neild of 100 Cheyne Walk Chelsea - - - Mr George Spofforth Lister DL of Finningley Park Yorkshire - - - Mr John Jaffrey of Penrhyn Terrace Chester Road, Stretford, Lancs - - - Mr Henry Godrey Astell of Ickwell House, Biggleswade - - - Mrs Mary Ann Green of 21 Kensington Palace Gardens - - - Mr Matthew Henry Devenish of 169 Queens Gate SW


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'Helen Adair By Louis Becke Illustrated By R.Caton Woodville'

The Close of the Campaign in Northern Nigeria - - 'Troops Entering the Fort at Sokoto' - - - 'The Late F. C. Marsh Killed During the Attack on Burmi' - - - 'Officers Watching a Native Dance' - - - 'Mr Wallace Proclaiming a New Emir' - - - 'A Street in Sokoto' - - - 'Fishing From a Hollow Calabash n the Sokoto River' - - - 'Mr Wallace, the Acting High Commissionerk, in his Travelling Tent' - - - 'A Native Method of Fishing

The Art of Comcealment in Warfare: The Hyposcope aned the Hypotelescope: - - 'The Maxim in Action With and Without the Hyposcope' - - - The Mark Offered by an Entrenched Maxim not Fitted with THe Hyposcope' - - - 'The Mark Offered by an Entrenched Maxim Fitted With The Hyposcope' - - - 'Reloading Without Removing The Rifle From the Firing Position' - - - 'The Utilisation of Nine Inches of Cover Made Possible' - - - 'A Scout Looking Over a Wall by Means of the Hypotelescope' - - - 'Number Three Mirror, Showing The Spirit Level at Its Base' - - - 'The Hyposcope in Position on the Rifle'

'Chess Problem by Sorrento'

'Sunlight Soap' Full page advert

'Electric Hansoms For London: The NEw Petrol Car, Showing The Method of Seating an Extra Passenger'

Supplement - the Marquess of Salisbury, Born February 3, 1830; Died August 22 1903 - - 'The Late Marquess and the Late Marchioness of Salisbury '

'The Late Marquess of Salisbury: Incidents of His Public Career'Double page

'The Late Marquess of Salisbnury, Thrice Prime Minister of England' Wonderful double page portrait engraving

Marquess of Salisbury: Hatfield House, tHe Scene of His Last Illness - - 'Hatfield House, Hertford' - - - 'The Staircase' - - - 'The Corridor' - -- 'King James's Drawing Room' - - - 'The Old Palace' - - - 'The Grounds and Maze, Seen From the Dining Room' Full page

The Late Marquess of Salisbury: Hatfield House and His Villa At Beaulieu - - 'The Marquess of Salisburys Villa At Beaulieu, Near Nice' - - - 'The West Front, Hatfield House' - - - 'The Great Gall, Hatfield House' - - - 'The Long Gallery, Hatfield' - - - 'The Dining Hall, Hatfield' - - - 'Hatfield Church'

'The Marquess of Salisbury and His Greatest Political Opponent: His Lordship at the Funeral of Mr Gladstone 1898'

'Peace with Honour: The Marquess of salisbury at the Berling Congress 1878'

'Bile Beans for Indigestion and Anaemia etc' Shows the wrld fames "B" forty feet high, of The Bile Bean Manufacutring Company in Australia. Advert

'A Challange Shield for Private Fire Brigades'

Also articles (no engravings unless listed above) including :-
'Our Notebook By L. F. Austin'

'The World News'


'Science Jottings - Our National Degeneration by Andrew Wilson'

'The Evolution of the Racing Yacht'

'Wills and Bequests includes Sir John Rigby late of Carlyle House, Chelsea Embankment - - - The Right Hon. Charles John Viscount Colville of Culross of 42 Eaton Place, SW - - - Mr D'Arcy Chaytor of 26 Bolton Street, Piccadilly and Tacolneston Hall, Norfolk - - - Mr Wolston Trubshawe of 31 Kings Road, Brighton and 123 Cannon Street EC - - - Mr Williamn Pilkington JP DL of Roby Hall, near Liverpool - - - Mr William oxenden Hammond of St Albans Court, Nonington Kent of the banking firm of Messrs Hammonds, Canterbury - - - William Ernest, Baron deBush of 6 Albert Hall Mansions, Kensington'

 


September 5th

'The Funeral of Lord Salisbury, August31: The Scene At The Church of St Etheldreda, HAtfield, SHortly Before The Internment'

'The Late Signor Bevignani, Famous Musical Conductor'

'The Late Mr. H. J. Bushby, Formerly Magistrate at Worship Street'

'Sir Henry Blake, New Governor of Ceylon'

'Lord Lamington, New Governor of Bombay'

'A Relic of OUr Early Wars With France: English Guns at Mont St Michel '

Murderous Millinery: The Capture of Wild Birds for Fashionable Adornment: - 'The Lesser Superb Bird of Paradise of New Guinea' - - - 'Shooting The Crested Grebe' - - - 'The Little Egret, The Plumage of Which Formerly Supplied The Military Aigrette, Now Made of Artificial Material' - - - 'Gathering The Eggs and Down of the Eider Duck' Full page drawn by P. Frenzeney and W. Horton

New Arrivals at The Zoo: Some Remarkable Reptiles - 'The Conical Eryx' - - - 'The Elegant or Garter Snake' - -- 'The Common Viper' - - - 'The Chameleon Lizard' - - - 'The Hog Nosed Snake of North America' - - - 'The Bladder Frog' - - - 'The Large Cuban Anolis'

'Helen Adair by Louis Becke Illustrated by R. Caton Woodville' Chapter XXII to Chapter XXV

The Rising In The Balkans: Scenes of the Insurrection - 'Revolutionary Chiefs Addressing Their Troops Before An Expedition' - - - 'The Insurgents Use of Dynamite: The Manufacture of Bombs' Three photos

'The Rising in the Balkans: The Disturbances near Monastir - Villagers Leaving Their Homes and Fleeing to the Mountains' Full page drawing by R. Caton Woodville

Dublin Horse SHow of 1903: Winners and Competitiors 'The Jumping Competition: The Ditch and Bank' - - - 'The First Prize Hunter, Sir H. De Traffords, The Monk' - - - 'First Prize Tandem: Mr Wertheimers Hopwood Squire and Jubilee King' - - - 'The Jumping Competition: Over THe Wall' - - - 'The Hunters Stalls in the Central Hall'

'The Latest Addition to the Navy: Launch of HMS Dominion at Barrow, August 25'

'Motors as Feeders of the Railway: One of the New Helston and The Lizard Cars'

'Roman Remains in The Peak District: A Circular Watch Tower'

'A Dock From a Racecourse: A New Adjunct to the Manchester Ship Canal'

'Mr E. S. Willards Return: The New Piece at the St James's Theatre - The Entrance of the Cardinal' starring Miss Nina Lindsay - Mr. E. S. Willard - Miss Helen Ferrers. Full page drawn by Percy F. S. Spence

'The Grocery and Allied trades Exhibition at The Crystal Palace - Humours of Eastern and Western Grocery' Full page sketches by ralph Cleaver

'The Latest Built Turbine Steamer for The London, Brighton and South Coast Railway Companys Channel Service: The Brighton'

'Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Ltd' Advert. Seven designs of jewellery

'Lux Soap' Full page advert

'Bile Beans For Biliousness' adevert

The Death of Pope Leo XIII: The Late Pontiff and Scenes of a Papal Burial and Election - 'A Popes Funeral Processin: The Cortege Descending The Grand Staircase of the Vatican' - - - 'The Election of a Pope: The Cardinals, in Conclave, Voting in The Sistine Chapel' - - - 'After the Election: Burning The Voting Papers' - - - Pope Leo XIII at The Time of His Election' - - - 'The First Public Intimation That a New Pope has Been Elected: The Smoke of The Burning Voting Papers' - - - A Pope's Virst Public Act: Leo XIII Blessing The People After His Election' - - - 'Preparations for the Conclave at the Vatican: One of the Cubicles in Which The Cardinals Reside During THe Election'

'The Late Pope Leo XIII - A Study for a Portrait by H. J. Thaddeus' Double page

The Death of Pope Leo XIII: Scenes of the Late Pontiffs Daily Life - 'The Pope Entering His Carriage' - - - 'The Pope Admiring the Horses Sent to Him By The Archbishop of Olmutz' - - - 'Pavilion in the Vatican Gardens Where THe Pope Rested During his Walks' - - - 'Leo XIII Receiving English Pilgrims, November 7 1901' - - - 'Leo XIII Receiving King Edward VII April 29, 1903' - - - Leo XIII With His Minister, Cardinal Rampolla and Monsignor Della Volpe' - - - 'Leo XIII in His SedanChair Returning to His Apartments' - - - 'The Late Popes Summer Bed Chamber in an Embrasure of the Leonine Tower at The Vatican'

Also articles (no engravings unless listed above) including :-

'The World News includes The Kings Visit to Austria - The Argyllshire Election - Russia and Japan - The King of the Camelots' Napoleon Hayard - The Panama Canal Treaty'

'History and Autobiography - The Perplexities of Literary History'

'Wills and Bequests includes The Hon Mrs Catharine Elizabeth Kenyon of Maesfen, Malpas, Herefordshire who died at 105 eaton Place - - - Mr Killingworth Richard Hedges of 54 Montagus Square - - - Mrs Jane Isabella Hodgkinson of 19 Broadwater Down, Tunbridge Wells'


September 12th

'The Authentic Birthplace of Charles Dickens: 393 Commercial Road, Portsmouth'

'The Torpedo Experiments on the Belleisle'

'Mr Tree's Lat4est Shaksperian Revival at His Majestys Theatre: The Opening Scene of Richard II' - Richard II is MrHerbert Beerbohm Tree and The Queen is Miss Lily Brayton ' Wonderful full page Drawn by Percy F. S. Spence

'Sir Norman Lockyer, President of The British Association'

'The Late Count Deym, Austrian Ambassador at St James's'

'The Memorial Window to Dr Parker in the City Temple'

'New Issues of Postage Stamps - Seychelles Provisional 3 Cents - - - San Marino 5 VCents - - - New Zealand, Surcharged for Aitutaki - - - San Marino 2 Cents - - - New South Wales 9d - - - Mexico 5 Cents in New Colours - - - St Helena 1d - - - Bundi in Rajputana - - - St Helena halfpenny - - - Mexico 10 Cents i New Colours'

The Discovery of a Viking Ship Within a Burial Mound at Slager, Norwa - y 'The Grave Chamber from The North west, Showing Remains of the Ship' - - - 'The Burial Mound, Showing a Trench Extending From the Burial Chamber'

'The Recent Archaeological Discoveries in Crete: Excavations of the Palace of phaestus, The Western Court - - - A Mycenaean Vase - - -The Excavations of the Royal Villa at Hagia Triada - - - The Warriors Vase - - - Excavations of the Palace of Phaestus, The Eastern Court and Entrance to the Womens Quarters'

Effects of the Recent Tornado in Jamaica: - 'The Wreck of the Town Hall at Port Antonio' - - -'Wrecked Houses in Port Antonio'

'The Anglo Austrian Friendship: The Emperors Welcome to King Edward at The Vienna Railway Station' drawn by Edward Cucuel,"Our Special Artist in Vienna"

'The Anglo Austrian Friendship: The Royal Box at The Vienna Opera on the Evening of September 1' Drawn by H. W. Koekkoek from The Sketch by Edward Cucuel

'King Edward's Hunting Expedition with The Austrian Emperor: The Stags Killed by Their Majesties in the Lobau, september 2'

'The Anglo Austrian Friendship - King Edward in Vienna, August 31: His Majesty and The Emperor in the Ringstrasse' Sketched by Edward Cucuel and Finished by Allan Stewart

The King in Vienna - 'King Edward Drinks to the Health of His New Field Marshal, The Emperor Francis Joseph: The Gala Dinner in The Hall of Ceremonies at The Hofburg' Full page drawn by Edward Cucuel

The Rising in Macedonia: Scenes of th Revolutionary Movement - 'to Oppose Turkis Rule: A Macedonian Revolutionary Leader and His Band' - - -Guerilla Warfare in Southern Macedonia: A Sharpshooter near The Mountain Monastry of the Holy Trinity'

The British Government has offered a trackt of two hundred square miles of land in Uganda for colonisation by the Jews. Half of this double page is missing, here is whats left - 'The Highest Point in the New Zion, 8500 Feet above Sea Level' - - - 'Typical Sceneery at Lamoro, One of the Highest Altitudes in the New Zion' - - - 'Hill country of The New Judaea; Panormaic View Between Morandat and Gilgil' - - - 'A Hospital in New Zion' (not complete)

Holbeins Great Attempt to Swim The Channel: - 'The Start at Langdon Bay, 7pm., September I' - - - 'Holbein Accompanied By Mr Faith of the London Otter Club' - - - 'Fixing the Mask with Collodion on the Swimmer' - - - 'Compionship by the Way' - - - 'The End of the Attempt: Holbein Coming Aboard, Fit and Well, 12.30 pm, September 2'

'Mr Esmond's New Play at the Criterion Theatre: Billys Little Love Affair' Sketch by Ralph Cleaver 'Horlicks Malted MIlk' Advert

'Chef Sauce - E. Lazenby & Son' advert

' Kropp Razor - - Kropp Duplex Graduating Razor Strop - - Kropp Razors in Russia lLeather Cases - - Kropp Shaving Stick - - Kropp Shaving Brushes' Advert

Also articles (no engravings unless listed above) including :-
'Our Notebook By L. F. Austin'

'The Playhouses'

'The Worlds News'

'Music'

'Science Jottings - Some Traits of Autumn by Andrew Wilson'

'Wills and Bequests includes Mr Robert Bell, of Ab dercorn, Kings Road, Richmond and Radley House, Winchester - - - Mr Charles Fortescue Thursby Greenwood of 32 Russell square W - - - Mr Charles Dupin Drayson of 18 Prince Edwards Mansions, Bayswater and formerly fo Courtlands, Norton Fitzwarren, Somerset - - - Mr Frederick William Bunt of Fernleigh, St Johns Road, Bexhill and London Street, Ratcliffe - - -Mrs Eliza Jane Collingwood Wilson of Scarborough - - - Mrs Anna Holt of Culverlands, Oakleigh Park, Middlesex and Stubbylee, Bacup'


September 19th

'The Great War Game in THe West Country: With The Invaders - 'Field Marshal and Private: An Incident During a Halt At Marlborough' Sir Evelyn Wood held a long conversation with a Private of the Buffs on the street at Marlborough outside the Ailesbury Arms Hotel. Full page by Melton Prior "Our Special Artist in the Field"

'Helen Adair by Louis Becke illustrated by R. Caton Woodville'

The Sitting of the Alaska Boundary Commission at the Foreign Office: Scenes In The Disputed Territory: - 'One of the Highest Points in the Disputed Territory: Mount Davidson' - - - 'At The Head of the Muir Glacier' - - - 'One of the Chief Waterways in Dispute: The Mouth of the Chilkat River' - - - 'The Line of the Provisional Boundary: The Junction of the Klehani annd Chilkat Rivers' - - - 'The Best Harbour in Dispute: Pyramid Harbour' - - - 'On The Provisional Boundary: Icebergs in Glacier Bay' - - - 'The Most Important Waterway Under DiscussionL The Lynn Canal'

'From London Slums to the Health Giving Sea - Their First Sight of Ocean. A Ragged Childrens Picnic to The Seaside' Wonderful full page by H.H. Flere

The Great War Game in the West Country: With The Invaders: - 'The Strategic Problem: Field Marshal Sir Evely Wood Completing His Plans for the Attack on London' at an encampment at Corsham. Full page by H. W. Koekkoek from a Sketch by Melton Prior

The Great War Game in the West Country - Field Marshal Sir Evelyn Wood's Mimic Attack on London and General Sir John French's Defence - 'First Prisoner, Caught in a Stable at Ludgers hall by the 14th Hussars' - - - 'Admirable Cover' - - - 'In The Field Kitchen: Officers on the Coldstream Guards Dishing up Their Own Lunch' - - - 'Refreshment by The Way: Beer for the Rank and File' - - - 'After a Forced March: Patrol of the 14th Hussars at Andover' - - - 'A Swift Telegraphic Installation: Engineers at Kennett Connecting the Headquarters Camp with The Trunk Line (The Pole Being Erected and Stretched in Five Minutes) ' - - - General French's Balloon Ready For Reconnoitring' - - - 'A Curious Coalition: Wood For General French' - - - 'Thomas Atkins Field Bath Room: The Lancashire Fusilers Using The New Canvas Washing Trough' - - - 'A New Experiment in Field Cooking: The Swiss Stove for Preparing Food on The March' - - - 'The Pompom of the 14th Hussars in Action'

'The Early Days of the Partridge Shooting Season - Birds in September Plumage' Full page by G. E. Lodge

A New Exhibit at the Natural History Museum: Burrowing Mammals - 'The Common Mole' - - - 'Marsupial Mole' - - - 'Star Nosed Mole' - - - 'Golden Mole' - - - 'Naked Sand Rat' - - - 'Tenrec' - - - 'Armadillo' - - - 'Bamboo Rat' - - - 'Ornithorynchus Anatinus'

The Great September Gale - Scenes of Devastation Round The Coast: - 'The Remains of the Beach Pavilion, Hastings' - - - ' The Damage to Carlisle parade, Hastings' - - - 'A Remarkable Effect at Weston super Mare: A Yacht Thirty Feet Long Carried Undamaged over the Promenade by a Big Wave' - - - 'The Damage to the Heavy Masonry of the Sea Front at Dover' - - - 'Shelters Destroyed on the Beach at Dover' - - - 'The Wreck of a New Gasometer at Portsmouth' - - - 'The Wreck of the Scotch Crane, One Hundred Feet High at Bristol' - - - 'Wrecked Bathing Machines at Weston super Mare ' - - - 'Pier at Weston Super Mare' - - - 'The Wreck Strewn Coast: Fragmaents Coming Ashore at Southsea'

The Midland Railway Company Hotel at Manchester - 'The Grand Coffee Room by Waring and Gillow' - - - 'The Octagon Lounge, By Waring and Gillow' - - - 'The Sitting Room in the Royal Suite By Waring and Gillow'

'Scrubbs Cloudy Fluid Ammonia' advert

'Izal Disinfectant'

'The Allenburys Foods Infant Feeding' Advert

'Fox's patent Spiral Puttees, Fox Brothers & Co, Wellington Somerset' Advert

'Drew & Sons Bag and Trunk Makers, Piccadilly Circus W' Advert

Also articles (no engravings unless listed above) including :-
'Our Note Book by L. F. Austin'

'The World News' includes The Cabinet - The Alaska Boundary Commission and more

'The New Cockney in Literature'

'Science Jottings - Mysterious Disappearances by Andrew Wilson'

'The Decline of Claret by A. D. V.

'Wills and Bequests includes Mr James Abbott McNeill Whistler of 74 Cheyne Walk, Chelsea - - - Mr Edward Lewis Raphael of 4 Connaught Place, Hyde Park - - - Mr Duncan Matheson of Manchester and Woodend, Altrincham, Chester - - - Mr William Smoult Playfair MD LL.D of West Green Manor, Winchfield an 38 Grosvenor Street, W - - - Mr George Coupland of Hemswell Cliff, Lincoln - - - Miss Charlotte Agneta Cocks of The Glade, Great Marlow - - - Sir Peter Henry Edlin IKC of 64 Queensborough Terrace, Hyde Park'


October 3rd

An eleven page issue price sixpence.

features articles with prints from engravings, photogravures &c. including


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A Lady and a Collie dog in a car - front page (the page has a piece missing which cuts the title in half - it reads: The light side of.....) - see picture

' A Motor Car for One: The Morette’

' Lord Northcote The New Governor General of Australia’

' A Gift to Bristol: The New Stock Exchange Buildings’

The Terrible Disaster on the Metropolitan Railway of Paris August 10 - ' Firemen and Ambulance Carriages Waiting for the Last Victims’

The Terrible Disaster on the Metropolitan Railway of Paris August 10 - ' The Bodies of the Victims in the Caserne de la Cite’

The Terrible Disaster on the Metropolitan Railway of Paris August 10 - ' M. Maruejouls Returning From The Scene of the Accident’

The Terrible Disaster on the Metropolitan Railway of Paris August 10 - ' The Removal of Bodies After Identification ‘The Couronnes Disaster (fire), 84 killed.

The Murder of the Russian Consul at Monastir: The Monastery of Bukovo, M. Rostkowsky's Summer Residence - ' A General View of the Monastery’

Monastir - ' A Part of One of the Galleries’

Monastir - ' A Room in the Monastery’

Monastir - ' A view from One of the Balconies’

' A Great Black and White Artist: The Late Mr Phil May’

' New Issues of Postage Stamps - Gibraltar - Malta - Seychelles - French Colonial - St Kitts and Nevis - St Kitts and Nevis Showing Christopher Columbus Sighting Land - Kings Head Canadian Issue - Aitutaki and the value of the stamp in the Maori dialect '

' The Naval Manoeuvres - the Arrival of the Cruisers of X Squadron in Lagos Bay, An Unusual Obstacle’

the Mediterranean Long Range Firing: Admiral Sir Compton Domville Presenting the Fisher Cup to The Russell’

' The Wild Duck Shooting Season: At Flight Time by Frank Southgate’

' The Labour Question in South Africa: Swazis on Their Way to the Johannesbuhrg Mines’

The election of Pius X - ' The New Pope Receiving The First Adoration of the Cardinals in the Sistine Chapel August 4 ' Full page

' Election of Pius X - Scenes at the Conclusion of the Conclave ' Full page

Helen Adare by Louis Becke and Illustrated by R Caton Woodville

' London By The Sea: a Summer Holiday Scene - Children Paddling at Fulham Park ' Wonderful full page (tear to bottom border of this page)

' The Naval Manoeuvres: Preparing for Sea at Gibraltar - - - Passing Through The Straits - - - Taking stations for Anchoring ' Full page (tear to bottom border of this page)

' Wireless Telegraphy at Sea: Attempting to Pick Up Gibraltar at a Distance of Fifty Miles’

' A Source of Much Argument: Engineers Discussing the Condemned Belleville Boilers’

' Friendly Rivals HMS Spartiate Passing the French Channel Squadron on her Way to Gibraltar ' (tear to bottom border of this page) The King’s youngest Grandson and his parents, Prince and Princess Charles of Denmark - full page

Double page picture entitled More white than whitest lilies far, from the painting by J W Godward

The interest of the German government in electric railway traction 2 pictures : The Siemens Halske car, The electric locomotive to be used in tests

Regatta week at Cowes - 2 pictures : Miss Dorothy Levitt steering the winner of the motorboat handicap, The King steering one of the gigs

A Monster sailing ship - 2 pictures :- The Thomas A Lawson under sail, The same under construction

' Cowes During Regatta Week - The RYS Landing Stage - - - Firework Night - - - HM Th King on the Britannia - - -The Lawn Of The Royal Yacht Squadron ' Full page

' Chess Problem '

A costume for the Casino

James Buchanan whisky advert

Chef sauce advert, Horlicks malted milk advert

Streeter and co jewellers advert

Full page advert for Plantol Soap drawn by GER

A Combined elevator, fire escape and water tower closed for moving

A combined elevator extended for use (the early equivalent of today’s scissor lift or access cherry picker)

' Kropp Razor ' Advert

Williams shaving stick advert

Goerz-anschutz folding camera advert

A good bacon advert - Edward Miles Montpelier Bristol

Angostura Bitters advert

Parliament

Mob Violence and Lynching in Illinois

Electric Speed Tests in Germany

The World News includes The Motor Car Bill and Twenty Miles An Hour - the Humbert Trial - Lord Curzon - Somaliland - The Late Phil May - Macedonia - The Irish Honours Science Jottings - An Elephant of the Past by Andrew Wilson

Fishing Permits

'Wills and Bequests includes Mr George Henry Schofield JP of Oaklands, Greenfield Yorkshire - - - Mr John Clough of the Hob Hill, Steeton Yorkshire - - - Mr William Hounsell JP of Dykes Court Bridport Dorset - - - Mr Moses Bottomley of woodleigh Hall Rawdon Yorks and of Bradford - - - Henry Verney Baron Willoughby de Broke of Kineton Warwick

 


October 31st

price sixpence.

Our Portraits 'Sir Henry M. Durand, New British Ambassador to US - The Late Rev. J. W. Adams, A Clerical Wearer of the VC - The Late Mr Samson Fox, Engineer - The Late Mr. W. E. H. Lecky, Historian and Politician - The Late Mr A. D. Vandam, Author and Journalist - Colonel D. F. R. Dawson CMG - The Earl of Hardwicke, Under Secretary for India - The Earl of Donoghmore, New parliamentary Secretary, War Office'

'Old Friends in a New Playhouse, in the Orchid at The Gaiety Theatre: Miss Connie Ediss - Mr George Grossmith Jun - Mr Lionel Mackinder - Miss Ethel Sydney - Miss Gertie Millar - Mr Fred Wright, Jun - Mr Edmund Payne' Full page<> 'Royal Graduates of The Royal University, Dublin: Conferring The Degree of Doctor of Law onthe Duke of Connaught and of Doctor of Music on The Duchess, October 23'

'Artificial Diamonds: M. Moissan, The Inventor and His Challenged Products'

'The Progress of Mr Chamberlains FIscal Campaign: The Liverpool Speech'

'The German Army: Grenadier Regiment, Konig Wilhelm I - The Schutzenkette or Advanced Fighting Line - A Patrol of the 3rd Hussar Regiment Reconnoitring - 8th Cuirassier Regiment - The Garrison Artillery of The Guard Working Siege Guns' Full page

'The Electric Light in Warfare: Night Manoeuvres By The London Scottish'

'An Awkward Reunion: Nelsons Victory in Collision with The Neptune, The Descendant of Her Old Colleague at Trafalgar'

'The Battle Between Ships Armour and Artillery: The Making of A Krupp Armour Plate'

'An Autumn Fishing Meet: Hastings and st Leonards Fishing Festival Anglers on the Pier'

'Dr Dowies Followers at Niagara: The Restoration Host at The Falls'

'The New Parish Church at Chatham'

'The Alarming Fire at Eye, Mid Suffolk: The Ruins'

'Bricklaying By Machinery: An Experimental Machine For 9 in and 14 in Work'

Sitting Room Scene: 'Her Rival by Fleming Williams' Man playing the Cello. Full page

'Theatre Removal Extraordinary: The Bodily Transferenc of The Pittsburg Opera House To A New Site, and Similar Feats opf American Engineerin' including the Removal of a Small Brick Building in Bangor USA - Pitsburg Opera House - A Church at Chelsea, Massachusetts - Court House, Hemingford, Nebraska on its Ninteen Mile Journey to Alliance Nebraska - Changing of The Beach Hotel, Coney Island. All on a double page

'The Pet Dog Cemetary in Paris' (Full page) "on an island on the Seine, just beyond Clichy and Asnieres"

'Ladies Page: Fashion - A Lovely Coat of Moleskin and Ermine - A Handsome Visiting Dress'

'Woman in Politics: Mrs Lyttelton Aiding Her Husband at Leamington' Full page

'Mr and Mrs Chamberlain at Newcastle'

Major Powell Cottons Story of His Observations of New Tribes, His Discovery of The Elephant Cemetary and His Narrow Escape From The Dodinga: 'Karamoja Warriors in a Position of Attack'

Major Powell Cotton 'Defended By Superstition: A Village of Two Storeyed Huts'

'Water At Last: The Relief of Major Powell-Cotton After His Great Sufferins From Thirst' Full page

Major Powell Cotton: 'The Place Where the Elephants Come To Die'

Major Powell Cotton: 'Music Hath Charms to Soothe The Savage Breast: Fierce Turkana Listening To The "Monarch" Gramaphone'

Major Powell Cotton 'An Anxious Moment: The Explorers First Sight of The Warlike Dodinga'

Major Powell Cotton 'The Attack On The Explorers Zariba By The Dodinga'

Major Powell Cotton 'The Explorers Bearers Crossing A River On The Homeward March' Full page


Also articles (no engravings) including 'Our Note Book'
'The Progress of The Fiscal Campaign' with reference to Mr Chamberlain, Mr Askwith, Mr Balfour and more

'Science Jottings by Dr Andrew Wilson'


November 7th

'The Late Dr Mommsen: Characteristic Study' - - 'Imperial Assumption: M. Jaques Lebaudy's Signature As EMperor of The Sahara' - - 'The Result of The Drough in Somaliland: Remains of Transport Camels'

'For The Sake of Absnet ones at Sea: A Curious Breton Custom' - - 'Claimed on Behalf of His Majesty: The Washing Ashore of a Live Torpedo'

'The Visit of The London City Merchants To France: The Official Receoption'

'The Great Magnetic Storm of october 31 And Its Relation to The Solar Prominences' Drawn by Allan Stewart From Material Supplied by Sir Norman Lockyer at the Solar Physics Observatory'

'The Municipal Elections in London: Humours of the Contest: Round About The Polling Booths' drawn by Ralph Cleaver, Full page

'The Inauguration of King Edward VIIs Sanatorium For Consumptives at Midhurst' Full page

'The Site of The King Edward VII Sanatorium on Lords Common, Midhurst, Where His Majesty Laid The Foundation Stone on November 3 - View from The Site showing South Downs - - The Site (+) 600 Ft Above Sea Level as Seen From Near Cowdraw Castle, Midhurst - - A Woodmans Cottage on Lords Common - - The Nearest Village t The Sanatorium, Easbourne - - The Site of The Sanatorium' All on one full page

'An "All Stations" Express: MOdel of Athrough Electric Train That Stops at Every Station'

'Unsinkable Ships: The Stone Lloyd System for The Automatic closing of Water Tight Compartments in Case of Collision'

A Lightship Adrift' a story by Walter Wood Illustrated By Gunning King

A Curious Sefvian Custom, A Form of Faith Healing: 'Sick Persons Brought For Miraculous Healing To The Holy Wood Near Belgrade' Full page

A Relic of Antiquity in The Alps, The Mourning Women 'Professional Mourners at the Gates of A Cemetery in The Valley of Sondrio' Italy, Fullp age

'A School of acting: The Entrance Examinatios at The Paris Conservatoire'

'Swan Fountain Pens' Small Advert

'Caws Safety Fountain Pen' Small advert

'Neaves Food' Advert

Curious Customs in Korea, The Hermit Kingdom Coveted By Russia and Japan 'A Memorial Tablet With The Legendary Turtle Base' - - 'Full Mourning For a Father' - - 'The Womens Festival in Songdo'

Curious Customs in Korea: 'Wearing The Wooden Collar or Cangue' for criminals - - 'The Capital of the Korean Dynasty, Songdo' - - 'Koreans Building a Mud Wall' - - 'A Young Woman of the Better Class' - - 'The finest Bell in Korea' - - 'Seeing Glass Plate Shop: A Korean Photographers' - - 'A Corner of Seoul, from the South Mountain or Nansan' - - 'Shoeing The Ox' - - 'A Merchant of Repute: The Water Carrier' - - 'Table Utensils on Sale' - - 'Fishing Through The Ice: Just Outside The City of Seoul' - - 'The Head of an Arch Traitor' There are another three pictures but they are not complete due to the way in which the page was bound, and they are - The Emperor of Korea, The Sealed Eyes of a Bride - The Korean Method of Making Clothes

Curious Customs in Korea, The Hermit Kingdom Coveted By Russia and Japan: ' According to Law' a prisoneer bound to a chair - - 'Ginseng Culture' - - 'Three Men to One Spade' - - 'Laying a Floor in a Korean House' - - 'The Holy Bamboo Bridge' - - 'The American Church in The City of Songdo'

Also articles (no engravings) including:
'Our Note Book by L. F. Austin'

'The Progress of the FIscal Campaign'

'The OPlayhouses includes Eleonaora Duse in La Princesse Georges - Mr Lewis Wallers Beaucaire at the Imperial'

'New Novels'

'Wills and Bequests includes Mr Alfred Webb Miles of Rosslyn Tower, {utney Hill and Hanover Square, A Tailor - - Mr james Poole Wagstaff JP of Gransden Lodge, Highbury Crescent, and Manor Park, Potton, Bedford - - Mr William Hancock of The Bosquet, Putney Hill - - Mr Frederick Henry Bell of Cannon Street, Birmingham - - Frances Jane, Dowager marchioness of Ormonde of The Castle, Kilkenny - - Admiral The Hon. Albert Denison Somerville Denison of Woodside, Wootton, Isle of Wight'


November 14th

price sixpence.

A wonderful insight into the news and activities of the day. It features articles with prints from engravings, photogravures &c. including:

'The Lord Mayor's Day Banquet at The Guildhall: Mr Balfour Replying to The Toast of His Majesty's Minsters' from a drawing by S. Begg (full front page)

World News Page includes 'The New War Office Adisory committee with Viscount Esher Chairman - Admiral Sir John A. Fisher - Col. Sir George Sydenham Clarke'

World News Page cont. 'The Late Lord Rowton, Disraeli's Secretary and Founder of the Rowton Houses - 'The Late Sir charles Nicholson' - 'The Late Lord Rowtohn, Disraeli's Secretary and Founder of the Rowton Houses' - 'The Late Sir Charles Nicholson, Australian Politician' - 'Sir Robert Cranstoun, New Lord Provost of Edinburgh' - 'Mr Mcclellan, New Mayor of New York' - Mr William O'Brien, MP for Cork (resigned)' - 'Mr Walter Egerton CMG, New High Commissioner of Southern Nigeria' - 'The Giant Rat Compared With The English Black Rat' from the Aroa River, British New Guinea' - 'The Giant Centipede Compared With The ENglish Variety' both recently added to the British Museum Natural History

'The Probable Solution of the Panama Canal Difficulty - A Pier on The Panama Railway - Types of Panama Troops - A View on The Panama Canal - The Railway Station at Panama - Colombian Troops at Colon - The Bandstand in the Park, Colon'

'The Hottentot Rising in German South West AFrica: Warmbad, The Scene of tyhe Outbread' - - 'The New Admiralty Yacht, Enchantress, Launched At Belfast' - - 'The Making of an Underground Tram Line in London: The Works Behind The Mew Gaiety Theatre' - - 'The Fatal Motor Accident in France: The Wreck of The Champion Danjean's Car' all on one page

'The Duke and Duchess of Roxburghe' - 'Her Royal Highness Princess Alice of Albany' - 'His Serene Highness Prince Alexander of Teck'

'The Birthday Honours: Some Prominent Recipients - Gen Lord William Seymour, Lieut. Tower of London - Mr Alan R. Manby, Surgeon and Apothecary to the King and Queen - Vice Admiral Lord Charles Beresford - Mr Harry S. Samuel MP for Lincolnshire Division - Vice Admiral John Fellowes - Admiral Sir Cyprian Bridge, C in C China Station - Admiral A. H. Markham, C in C at the Nore - Prof. C. Le Neve Foster Profewssor of Mining at the Royal School of Mines - Mr August Manns Musical Director - His Honour Judge Snagge County Court Oxzford - Mr H. A. Gifford Bailiff of Guernsey - Mr Ernest Flpwer MP - Mr R. K. Douglas, British Museum - Mr Lees Knowles MP - Earl Howe, Lord Chamerlain to Queen Alexandra - Mr Charles Scarisbrick, Mayor of Southport'

'The Railway in Ashanti: The First Train Entering Kumasi' (full page)

'The Lord Mayors Show of 1903: Incidents and Humours of The Annual Civic Pageant of November 9' (full page)

'Across The Channel By Kite Boat: Mr S. F. Cody's Successful Voyage fromn Calais To Dover'

'The Proposed System of Cross channel Train Ferry Boats: The Method of Depressing and Raising The Platform to Run The Trains Aboard the Vessel['

'Dantes Italy: San Gimignano, The City of Beautiful Towers - View of The Town - Palazzo Municipale and Duome - Courtyard of Palazzo Municipale - Arco Dei Becci - Amncient Palace of The Podesta - The Porta San Matteo' (all on one full page)

'The Anglo Italian Friendship: King Victor Emmanues III of Italy and Queen Elena at The Quirinal' (full page)

'The Opening of the Hunting Season, A Day With The Belvoir - Hounds arrive - The Meet - The Field Moving Off - The Houds on the Line of a Fox - Off to Stonesby Ashesx - A Narrow Way Through - Over a Fence - The Terrier Man and His Dogs' (all on one full page)

'Roman Military Antiquities in Scotland, Fortifications and Military Pits: Excavations on The Line of The Antonine Wall at Rough Castle, near Falkirk' (full page)

'Recent Events in Germany: Hansoms To Open and Shut, The Newest Public Vehicle in Berlin'

'The German Crown Prince's Remarkable Feat of Horsemanship: His Royal Highness Riding Up The Sans Souci Steps, Potsdam'


Also articles (no engravings) including 'Our Note Book'
'Progress of The Fiscal Campaign'

''Science Jottings'

'Wills and Bequests including Mr John Greenwood of Highfield, Catford and 10 Arthur Street West - Mr Edward Norfolk of 48 Lee Terrace, Blackheath - Mr Henry Jeffreys Bushby JP of Wormley Bury, Herts - Mr Richard Pope, of Westfield, Isle of Wight - Mr William Dawes Freshfield, of The Wilderness, Reigate - Dr William Johnson Walsham of 77 Harley Street and Warrenside Forest Row, Sussex - Eve Maria, Viscountess Glentworh of 69 Queen's Gate SW and Marham House, Norfolk - Sir Michael Henry Herbert of Wilton House, Salisbury


November 28th

 


 

December 12th

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The International Rifle Match at Bisley: The recapture of The Palma Trophy by the United States, July 11 - drawn by Percy F S Spence. Full front page

The Daily Telegraph Cup for Bisley'

'The Onslow Ford Memorial, Unveiled July 13'

'The Sir Arthur Sullivan Memorial Unveiled July 10'

'The First Visit of a Reigning Monarch to The Eastbourne Seat of the Cavendishes: His Majesty’s Arrival at Compton Place, The Seat of The Duke of Devonshire'

'The Princess of Wales's State Ball at Marlborough House, July 13: The Scene in The Temporary Pavilion'

'The Late W. E. Henley, Poet and Critic' - 'The Late Father Antrobus twice superior of Brompton Oratory' - 'A Station Lost to Bradshaw: The Welsh Harp' - 'The New Servian Stamp: King Alexander’s head Defaced by The Servian Arms'

'Improvements At Lowestoft: The New Royal Norfolk and Suffolk Yacht Club House'

'The Metropolitan Fire Brigade Review, July 11: The Horsed Escape Display'

'Imporvements at Lowestoft: The Swing Bridge Over Breydon Water, Looking North'

'The Kings Review of the Honourable Artillery Company'

'The Prince of Wales and The American Navy: The Scene in Portsmouth Harbour During The Royal Visit, July13 drawn by F. T. Jane'

'The Mosquito Plague in London: Two Varieties, and The Tsetse Fly' includes Common Mosquito or Stabbing Gnat - Spot Winged Mosquito, Anopheles - The Tetse Fly and Tetse Parasites and more. Wonderful page drawn from Specimens in the British Museum by A. Hugh Fisher

'The Pope's Illness: Vigils and Inquiries at The Vatican' Full page

'The Pope's Illness: The Last Rites of The Church: Procession of the Vaticum to the Pope's Apartment - Domine, Non Sum Dignus, The Pope's Humility at The Moment of Receiving The Viatcum' Full page

'Helen Adair by Louise Becke and Illustrated by R. Caton Woodville, Chapter III etc'

The Discovery of A Praxitelean Head at Richmond: 'The Right Side of The Praxitelean Head' - 'The Praxitelean Head, Probably of Eros' - 'The So Called Adonis' - Left Side of The Praxitelean Head'

'A New Diversion at A French Gymkhana: A Blindfold Race on a Course Strewn With Empty Bottles' two girls blindfolded and driven by a youth

Royal Patronage of Aquatics: The Contest for The King's Cup: 'The International Display of High Diving at Highgate, July 11' - 'E. Tellander, The Winner of The Graceful Diving Competition at Highgate'

'The King and Queen at The Bath Club: Sketches During The Display : D. Billington (England) Winning The International Race - Miss Ada Lewins Diving Display - City of London Police, Illustration of Methods of Saving Life From Drowning'. Also a reference to W. Robinson of The Liverpool Club, Who won the breast stroke and F. A. Jarvis the half mile

Eton and Harrow cricket at Lords - The victors coming in from fielding - half page

The visit of the Unites States Squadron to British waters : The vessels at Portsmouth under Admiral Cotton (Machias, San Francisco, Chicago, Kearsarge, ) Half page

The Vincennes Compliment returned at Aldershot, The king’s review of the First Army corps before President Loubet - Double page Drawn by R Caton Woodville

A Japanese Earl’s court The fifth National industrial exhibition at Osaka. Six pictures on a page - each showing :- Foreigners sample Hall, The fountain Tower, General view, The Kwanon Fountain, another view showing the fountain

A Supplement : full page by Henry Ryland a swan among swans; A double page entitled ‘the summer paradise of Londoners, Scenes on the Thames from Oxford to Molesey showing 17 pictures on a background of fish drawn I believe by A Hugh Fisher or Pisher; some of the titles are :- Iffley Mill, Medmenham abbey, Boveney lock, Wittenham clump from Day’s Lock, Bourne end, Datchet, Penton Hook, Goring Lock, Cliveden, Windsor Castle, Sonning Backwater, Boulter’s lock, Magna charta Island, Chertsey Bridge, Henley church and bridge, Eton College, Molesey the rollers

An Idyll of the East - full page drawing by Delapoer Downing

The Fleets Farewell to Prisident Loubet: The Scene Off Dover: 'British War Ships Speeding The Parting Republican Guest, July 9' Full page

England’s Chief Water Carnival, Winners at Henley Royal Regatta: 'Winners of The Thames Challenge Cup, Trinity College, Dublin beats Kingston Rowing Club by a Length' - 'Winner of the Diamond Challenge Sculls, F. S. Kelly, Leander, Beats J. Beresford, Kensington' - 'The winners of the Grand Challenge Cup, Leander Club Beats Third Trinity, Cambridge'

'The Winners of The Ladies Challenge Plate: Magdalen College, Oxford, beats Eton College Boat Club' - 'The Winners of the Silver Goblets, Victoria Rowing Club, Berlin, Beats Kingston Rowing Club' - 'The Winners of the Stewards Challenge Cup Third Trinity. Cambridge, won by a Length and Three Quarters '

The Opening up of Nigeria: The Emir of Kano and The Architecture of His Audience Chamber 'The Entrance to The Emir’s Audience Chamber' - 'The Only Portrait of The Emir' - 'The Ornamentation of The Roof of The Emir's Audience Chamber er' - The British Official in Possession: Sir F. Lugard at Work in The Emir's Audience Chamber' - 'Mural Decoration at Kano: The Walls of The Emir's Audience Chamber' All on one full page

White Muslin dress for a garden party

Buchanan scotch whisky advert

Parisian Diamond company full page advert

A Chic Yachting dress

Allenburys’ baby food advert

Allsop’s lager advert

Bird’s custard Powder advert

The Spencer Airship trial at Ranelagh

'A Yachting Cup'

More adverts of The Day including Swan pens, Dubonnet tonic wine, Brandauer pens, Horlick’s malted milk, Abdulla cigarettes, Goerz binoculars, Benson’s watches, State Express cigarettes, Mennen’s Talcum, Green’s Mowers an rollers ( Lawnmowers), Reliable Raleigh bicycles, Hot and cold water tap invented by Lord Kelvin (Sir Wm Thomson), Sozodont for teeth and breath.

'Novelists New Work'

'Science Jottings by Andrew Wilson on The Barnacles Story'

'Chess'

'Wills and Bequests includes Mr Forrester Britten, of Shermanbury Grange, Henfield - Mr William Gundry Mills of 63 Avenue Road, St John’s Wood and Torpey Par Station, Cornwall - fMr Thomas Best, of 23 Wheeleys Rd, Edgbaston - Mr George Gurney of Devonshire Place, Eastbourne - Mr Henry Holmes Sutherland of 2 Wetherby Gardens, South Kensington - Mr Charles Gilbert Vicary of the Dyrons, Highweek, Devon - Major General Sir Edmund Frederick Du Cane of 10 Portman Square


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Royal Disciples of Izaak Walton: Prince Edward of Wales and his brother Taking an angling lesson at Abergeldie, drawn by Allan Stewart (further subtitled to reveal the name of the instructor: head keeper of the Aberdeenshire estate, Mr Abercrombie) - Full front page picture

'The Last Resting Place of King Edwards Favourite Dog, Jack'

'The Late Mr J. L. Carew, MP for the Southern Division of Meath'

'Mr J. S. Ainsworth, New MP for Argyllshire'

'Trick Bicycling: A New Circle of Death in France'

' Dickens's Birthplace Under The Hammer: 387, Commercial Road, Portsmouth'

Sleekburnc.

'The Start of the Government Expedition for the Relief of “The Discovery ": The Relief Ship Terra Nova, Now En Route for the Antarctic'

'The Funeral of Lord Salisbury, August 31: The Scene At The Church of St Etheldreda, Hatfield, Shortly Before The Internment'

'The Late Signor Bevignani, Famous Musical Conductor'

'The Late Mr. H. J. Bushby, Formerly Magistrate at Worship Street'

'Sir Henry Blake, New Governor of Ceylon'

'Lord Lamington, New Governor of Bombay'

'A Relic of Our Early Wars With France: English Guns at Mont St Michel’

Murderous Millinery: The Capture of Wild Birds for Fashionable Adornment: - 'The Lesser Superb Bird of Paradise of New Guinea' - - - 'Shooting The Crested Grebe' - - - 'The Little Egret, The Plumage of Which Formerly Supplied The Military Aigrette, Now Made of Artificial Material' - - - 'Gathering The Eggs and Down of the Eider Duck' Full page drawn by P. Frenzeney and W. Horton

New Arrivals at The Zoo: Some Remarkable Reptiles - 'The Conical Eryx' - - - 'The Elegant or Garter Snake' - -- 'The Common Viper' - - - 'The Chameleon Lizard' - - - 'The Hog Nosed Snake of North America' - - - 'The Bladder Frog' - - - 'The Large Cuban Anolis'

'Helen Adair by Louis Becke Illustrated by R. Caton Woodville' Chapter XXII to Chapter XXV

The Rising In The Balkans: Scenes of the Insurrection - 'Revolutionary Chiefs Addressing Their Troops Before An Expedition' - - - 'The Insurgents Use of Dynamite: The Manufacture of Bombs' Three photos

'The Rising in the Balkans: The Disturbances near Monastir - Villagers Leaving Their Homes and Fleeing to the Mountains' Full page drawing by R. Caton Woodville

Dublin Horse Show of 1903: Winners and Competitors 'The Jumping Competition: The Ditch and Bank' - - - 'The First Prize Hunter, Sir H. De Traffords, The Monk' - - - 'First Prize Tandem: Mr Wertheimers Hopwood Squire and Jubilee King' - - - 'The Jumping Competition: Over The Wall' - - - 'The Hunters Stalls in the Central Hall'

'The Latest Addition to the Navy: Launch of HMS Dominion at Barrow, August 25'

'Motors as Feeders of the Railway: One of the New Helston and The Lizard Cars'

'Roman Remains in The Peak District: A Circular Watch Tower'

'A Dock From a Racecourse: A New Adjunct to the Manchester Ship Canal'

'Mr E. S. Willards Return: The New Piece at the St James's Theatre - The Entrance of the Cardinal' starring Miss Nina Lindsay - Mr. E. S. Willard - Miss Helen Ferrers. Full page drawn by Percy F. S. Spence

The America Cup, scenes of the 1903 contest. 4 pictures on a full page showing the Shamrock and the Reliance

A double page pull out entitled The America cup Contest : Reliance rounding the outer mark, Drawn by H C Seppings Wright from a sketch by Mr Sidney S Richard RNR

The nations last respect to Lord Salisbury - the Westminster Abbey service. Drawn by A Forrestier from sketches by H Seppings Wright - full page

The Grouse Shooting Season: Flanking the pack into the Guns - full page drawn by G E Lodge

'The Grocery and Allied trades Exhibition at The Crystal Palace - Humours of Eastern and Western Grocery' Full page sketches by Ralph Cleaver

'The Latest Built Turbine Steamer for The London, Brighton and South Coast Railway Company’s Channel Service: The Brighton'

'Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Ltd' Advert. Seven designs of jewellery

The Pianola - advert

Hancock’s jewellers of Bond st. Advert

Scrubb’s ammonia advert

Streeter and Co Jewellers advert

Odol advert

A gown for the moors - picture of a lady in what was presumable a ‘walking’ gown

'Lux Soap' Full page advert

'Bile Beans For Biliousness' advert

Lady Ridgeway laying the memorial stone at the Victoria Memorial Eye Hospital at Colombo, Ceylon (Sri Lanka)

Lea and Perrins sauce advert

Alexander Clark dressing bags advert

The Maidstone casket presented to the Lord Mayor of London

Lazenby’s sauce advert

Fox’s spiral Puttees

and more adverts of the day

'The World News includes The Kings Visit to Austria - The Argyllshire Election - Russia and Japan - The King of the Camelots' Napoleon Hayard - The Panama Canal Treaty'

'History and Autobiography - The Perplexities of Literary History'

'Wills and Bequests includes The Hon Mrs Catharine Elizabeth Kenyon of Maesfen, Malpas, Herefordshire who died at 105 Eaton Place - - - Mr Killingworth Richard Hedges of 54 Montagus Square - - - Mrs Jane Isabella Hodgkinson of 19 Broadwater Down, Tunbridge Wells'

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