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' Heligoland Bight - British Destroyers Going into Action and an Enemy Smoke Screen - - - Shells Bursting Round a Burning German Mine Sweeper ' Full front page


The British Hold on the Baghdad Railway

' A Station on the Baghdad Samarrah Line miel '

'A Station Between Baghdad and Samarrah '

' The Station at Samarrah '

' Mesopotamia - A Captured Engine on the Samarra Baghdad Line '


' German Prisoners of War Lining Up to Receive Their Rations of Soup at a French Camp In The haute Marne '


Battle of Cambrai

' Cavalry Troopers Lined Up By a Roadside While Artillery Go Forward '

' Officers of Supporting Battalions Watching The Fighting During The Attack on a German Fortified Battlefield Village '

' A Tank Disabled After Charging the German Wire, Lying Bogged in the Mud and Water of a Shell Hole '

' Making Way For the Gunners to Get to A New Position Under Cover of High Road Banks in One of the Captured Villages '

' An Artilery Officers Observation Post - View of The Enemy From on Top Of A Wall, Liable to be Shot Down At Any Moment ' man standing on a high wall looking through binoculars


China - Anniversary of the Republic:

'A Military Review at Nan Yuan on October 10 – Waiting for The President are The Premier, and Ministers of the Navy, Finance, The Interior, Justice, and Communications - Wang Shih-cheng - Liu Kwang-hsung - Wang Ke-tien - Tseng Neng-kun - Tsau Ju-lin '

' President Feng Kuo-Chang's First Review of Troops at Nan Yuan: Teh President - The Premier - The Grand Master of Ceremonies - General Yin-Chang, Chief of Staff '


The Sinking of German Submarines:

'A US Destroyer Dropping a Depth charge Across a Submarine's Track ' from a drawing by Charles Pears ROI

' The Destruction of a German Submarine by Two US Destroyers: the American Boats Circling Round and Pumping Shells in to The Enemy ' from drawing by Charles Pears

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' Flying Above a Fog Bank - A Seaplane Flying Amid Strange Atmospheric Effects, With The Top Masts of Ships Below Just Protruding Above The Fog ' Full page Drawn by Charles Pears ROI


' Brazil At War With Germany - The Scene in the Senate in Brazil When The Unanimous Vote for War Was Given ' Senator Ruy Barbosa is seen speaking – others looking on


Civil Strife in Russia - The Lenin Kerensky Conflict in Petrograd:

' Some of Lenins Troops Being Marched to Prison By Former Comrades Fighting For Kerensky Before He Obtained Power ' - And Inset ' A New Lenin Flag '

' The Struggle for Power in Petrograd: Railway Carriages Used as Prisons For Captured Lenninites, Barred and Strongly Guarded ' five soldiers guarding the train


' Milan - The Funeral Cortege of the First French Soldier To Die on Italian Soil '

' French Machine Gun Sections Reive Moving Up to The Italian Front …'

' French Armoured Cars Mounted with Machine Guns on a Railway '

' A Review of a French Regiment in An Italian Village Marching Past With Their Colours '

' French Transport On the Way To The Italian Front Passing The Monument to Garibaldi at Brescia '

' Musocco Cemetery at Milan - The Grave of the First French Soldier To Die in Italy '

' A Supply Column of French Motor Lorries On The Road at Desenzano '

Double page of photographs


' British Troops on the Way to The Italian Front ' full page - a sea front scene lined with palm trees ' Italy's Joyous Welcome to the Belli Inglesi - Roadside Scenes with Italian Ladies Handing Refreshments to The Men During a Halt ' Full page


British Navy in the Adriatic -:

' Italian Flotilla Vesels Guarding British Monitors from U Boats'

' On The Cease Fire Sounding: The Upper Deck, With Sand Bag Layers Over The Vitals of the Ship Below, About to Be Cleared Up' Sleekburnc.

' The Roof of a British Warships Turret Protected by Sand Bags Against Direct Hits from Bombs Overhead '

' A Deck Quick Firing Gun getting Ready to Open Fire as Enemy Aircraft are Sighted '

' British Monitors Reutrning to the Anchorage, One Seen on the Way From on Deck in Another, After an Action in the Gulf of Trieste '

' 13 inch Guns In Action During Battle - Upper Deck Debris and Splinter After the Bursting on Board of an Enemy Shell '

Double page – Official Naval Photographs


The Italians Falling Back to the Line of The Piave

' Cavalry Patrols Passing While Infantry Detachments Snatch A Few Hours Sleep '

' Villager Refugees Withdrawing to Safety Behind The Italian Armies, Being Transported on Carts with One of the Retreating Columns '

' A Weiried Wayside Bivouac of One of the Italian Infantry Regiments at Night '

' On One of the Roads by The Lower Isonzo - The Third Army Retiring in Good Order With All Its Guns and Artillery, Motor Wagons and Transport '

Double page – Italian Official Photographs


' On A Battlefield Beyond St Julien, Towards Passchendaele: The Terrible End of an Enemy Counter Attack By Sturmtruppen - Overwhelmed by Our Artillery Before The Massed Ranks Could Reach Our Lines ' an atmospheric double page showing the bodies of german soldiers on the battle field, a few survivors straggling amongst the dead - "Drawn by Frederic de Haenen From Material Supplied by an Eye Witness"

'After Rushing Passchendaele Village and Driving Out The German Garrison - Canadians Following Up Their Exploit Through Deep Mud ' a wonderful double page "Drawn by R. Caton Woodville From Material Supplied by an Eye Witness" showing the Canadians struggling through the mire, helped by each other, two bodies lie in the foreground, trees obliterated, explosions continuing in the quagmire of mud in the background

' High Ground Along The Crest of the Ridge Close To Passchendaele Village – A British Post Not Far From the Village ' another great double page with notes to the sketch "Corpses everywhere - Shell crater full of water and blood - Boche shell Bursting in Ruins - Old Boche main line" – the drawing shows the advancing Canadians pressing on beyond one of the British posts amidst shell holes, burning buildings, dead bodies entangled in the barbed wire etc

' On The Battlefield Along The Passchendaele Ridge a The Time That The Village Was Captured By The Canadians - Near One of the Field Batteries in Action, Keeping Up Barrage Fire Ahead ' double page sketch by again with notes to the sketch "Air fight going on. Boche attacking on contact aeroplanes - Passchendaele shrouded in smoke - Derelict Tank - Infantrys going up the line in single file - Broken body armour - 18 pounders firing barrage"


' Chinese Coolies for Service in Europe and Canada - At the Wei-Hai-Wei Training Camp after Drill ' – info. Weihai in Shandong Province

' At Wei-Hai-Wei - Chinese Labour Battalions In Training Doing physical Exercises

'Mappin and Webb Ltd Christmas Gifts ' different designs of jewellery and silver plate with pricers - Full page advert

' The Palestine Fighting - Difficult Country From Which We Had To drive The Enemy, Captured by British Cavalry And Anzac Mounted Troops ' two photographs '

' The Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Companty Ltd - Christmas Presents ' advert showing jewellery and watch etc

Four Christmas Gift Ideas – Durbarry et Cie Perfume - - - Military Badges - - - Harlenen Hair Drill - - - State Express Cigarettes

' Price's Night Lights Promotes National War Bonds ' drawing of the Statue of Liberty

' Tredegars Paten Illuminated Bowls for Floating Flowers' Advert

' Harrods Shoe Department ' Five designs of footwear. Advert

' The Tielocken Burberry Weatherproof Coat 'Advert

' Kenric and Jefferson Filing Cabinet ' Advert

' With United States Troops on the western Front: On a Manoeuvre Ground '

' Macniven and Cameron Ltd, Waverley Pen Works Birmingham ' six styles of fountain pen self fillers

' The Halstead Chair from Williamson and Cole '

' Grands Magasins du Louvre Paris - Uniforms and Equipment ' Advert

' Each With Gas Mask - A Cavalry Officer and His Horse '

' Making Small Stoves for the Winter - Handy Men of the Australian Engineers '

' Harrods Spuntung Silk Shirt ' Advert

' Wilkinsons Razors '

' A Distinguished Composer Pianiste - Miss Kathleen Bruckshaw '

'Chess Problem by H. F. L. Meyer '

' Urodonal Maintains Youth of the Heart and Arteries ' - - - ' Jubol A Physiological Laxative ' Advert

'A Fiat Car and The Ancient Drawbridge of Bologna Italy

Full page of adverts

'A Friend to The Soldiers: A Travelling Canteen '

' Vauxhall War Pictures ' Car advert

' The Brolt Electric Engine Starter ' advert

' Marshall and Snelgrove Gloves ' advert

' Rowlands Macassar Oil ' advert

' G. E. Lewis ' Gun Advert

' The Valet Auto Strop Safety Razor ' half page advert

' Greys Cigarettes ' full page tinted red drawing by C. Clark showing a member fo the Royal Regiment of Scots Dragoons of 1704 – Back page

' Newmans Portreviver Liqueur Tonic ' advert

Also various articles including:

The Baghdad Railway

Our Note Book page - by G. K. Chesterton

Science Page - Germanys Trade Preparations by F. L.

Lord Morleys Recolections

Christmas in The Shops

New Novels Sleekburnc.

Motoring page includes – Coal Gas to Be Prohibited? - - - Oil in the British Islands with ref. to a paper written by Mr W.H. Dalton - - - Triplex for America - - - British Magnetos - - - Motor Cyclists and Light Car Owners Wanted

Bovril - The Food Question - Full page advert


 

 


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April 14th

The United States and Her Armed Strength

' President Wilson Renewing His oath of Office on the Occasion Of His Re-Inauguration, in MArch of This Year '

' President Wilson and Mrs Wilson - A Snapshot Taken During The Inauguration Parade in March ' a happy picture of the first lady in the carriage with her husban and two other gentlemen


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Preparedness: The Unite States Increasing Her Army

' An Appeal for "Minute Men" of Today: A Recruiting Poster from the Plattsburg Training Camp ' the poster reads "Plattsburg New England Enrollment HQ 42 Water St Boston Mass. "

' Men Wanted for the Army: A Recruiting Scene in a Street in New York '

' A Ready Response to the Call: Recruits for the United States Army in New York '


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US Naval Militia Guarding East River Bridges

' Keeping Watch Over a Buttress of an East River Bridge: United States Naval Militia on Duty ' three men in th photograph in cy conditions

' On The East River Water Front, Beneath The Williamsburg Bridge - A Naval Militia Guard and a Gun ' again a guard patrolling in snowy conditions


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The United States Navy - A Force America i Bent on Re-Making the Second Naval Power

' A Typical American Dreadnought o fthe First Line - The " Texas " (14 inch Guns) Ilst '

' In The Hudson River - American War SWhips Showing The Lattice Masts '

' Showing Some of th4e Ships Big Guns - Clearing Decks Aboard The United States Dreadnought Florida (12 inch Guns) '

' A Dreadnought of the US Navys First Line - The" New York " (14 inch Guns) '

' The United States Presidential Yacht - The Mayflower '

' A 31,400 Ton Dreadnought: Launching the " Arizona " (14 inch Guns) '

' The Fighting Tops of a United States Dreadnought: A View of the " New York "..'

' Fighting Tops of A US Dreadnought: A View of the " Nevada " (14 inch Guns) '

' A 32,000 Dreadnought: The Launch of the " Mississippi " ...'

Double page


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German Steamers Interned at New York

' United States Precautions Against Outrage b y Enemy Agents: New York Police Guarding the German Steamer " Hamburg "...'

' To Prevent Ships Leaving Harbour Without Clearance Papers: NEw York Police Guarding A Pier Where German Steamers are Interned '

' A Few of the 98 German Vessels Interned in United States Ports: A goup of German Liners in New York Harbour '

' A General View of The Docks at Hobken New Jersey With German Liners Interned There Since The Beginning of th e War ' a wonderful panoramic view of the ships at Hobken on the Hudson River with the town in the background - a very rare photograph

Double page


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' The United States Navy - Types of American Submarines and Submarine Chasers

' Typical American Submarines - Boats of the D and E Classes Lying in the Hudson River Beside the Parent Ship '

' A Submarine of the US Navy Moving on the Surface '

' The Old and The New in American Naval Construction - Two Submarines of Recent Type Alongside the Old Frigate Consitution '

' A Unit of th eUnited States Navys Submarine Force: The K6 With Her Crew Standing on Her Deck '

' An American Destroyer in Chase of a Submarine (on manouvres): The Benham Steaming At Full Speed '

' A Volunteer Submarine Chaser: The Lynx Leaving The Charlestown Navy Yard to Promote Enrolment in the New England Coast Patrol '

Double page of photographs by CN Bain and Topical

Military equipment: Modern War Machines of The US ARmy

' ANti Aircraft Artillery of the American Army: One of the Latest Guns - With Infantry at Drill '

' Armoured Cars in New York - An Armoured Car Squadron of the National Guard Passing Through The Streets '

' The New Equipment of the American Soldier: The Various Items Shown in Detail, Including Closthes, Food Utensils, Haversack, Bayonet, Entrenching Tool and Tent Pegs '

' A Mobile Searchlight - The Apparatus Mounted on a Trailer Behind A Car Carrying a Field Generator '

' A Wireless Station on Wheels: An Operator With Receiver At Ear, Busily Engaged During American Army Manoeuvres '

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' Leaders of the Nation: Statesmen and An Ex Ambassador

' Formerly United States Ambassador to Germamy - The Hon. James W. Gerard '

' Secretary of State in the United States Government: The Hon. Robert Lansing '

' Secretary of the United States Navy Dept: The Hon. Josphus Daniels '

' Secretary of War in The Unite States Government: The Hon. Newton D. Baker '

Full page


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The US Army Regular and Militia

' Cavalry oif the Organised Militia - National Guardsmen Chargine at Manoeuvres '

' Saluting a Distinguished Visitor - Artillery of the National Guard ']

' Under War Conditions - United States Infantrymen Making a Sham Attack in the Open '

' Infantry - Marching past President Wilson, The Vice President and Mrs Wilson '

' A Machine Gun Detavchment of the United States Forces on Manoeuvres'

Double page


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Aviation - At a United States Army Flying School ( Aviation School at Hazelhurst Field, Mineola )

' Americas Biggest Aeroplane - A " Battle Cruiser " Belonging to the United States Army '

' At The Aviation School of the Army, Mineola - The 500,000,000 Candle Power Searchlight and Floor Lights Used to Guide Night Fliers '

' The Medical Department at the US Army Aviation School: The Aeroplane Doctor Motor Cycle Kept in Case of Accidents '

' To Keep Aviators Aloft Under Observation and For Instantly Signalling Accidents: The Watch Tower and Sentry ' an early air traffic control tower I suppose!

' Practical Training in Details: One of the Rookeys or Aviation Students, Learning The Mechanical Parts by Touch '

' A " Rookey " on his First Flight: An Instructional Double Seater With The Trainer and His Instructograph Switchboard '

Full page


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Coast Defence: Monster Guns to Proect the Shores of America

' Firing 12 inch Coast Defence Mortars '

' A 16 inch Coast Defence " Rifle " for The Panama Canal '

' Four Big Mortars '

' Gunners at Work in an American Coast Defence Battery: Inserting a Projectile into one of the Big Mortars '

' Practice Fire With Big Coast Defense Mortars '

Full page


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Munitions - Scenes in American Shell and Ordnance Factories

' Cutting a Forging The Right Length to Form the Body of a Shell '

' Shell Making; A Twin Machine Which Automatically Tools The Body of a Shell to its Proper Diameter '

' Projectiles in the Rough: Steel Body Forgins for 6 inch High Explosive Shells '

' An Inspection - Testing of Nose Pieces and The Inner and Outer Dimensions of Shell Cases '

' Final Inspection: Weighing a Finished Shell '

' Inside an Ameican Shell Factory: Finished 6 inch Shells Ready for Exmanination by the Inspectors '

' Adjusting the Sights of a Big Gun in The Naval Gun Factrory at Washington '

Full page


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The Birkenhead Tradition - The Mining of the Tyndareus ( the ship hit a mine off Cape Agulhas S Africa - The " Birkenhead Tradition " comes from a ship of that name that was shipwrecked in 1852 whch began The Tradition Of "Women And Children First" because of the bravery of The 74th Light Infantry )

' The Ship Settling by The Head Immediately After The Explosion: At The Moment That The Men of the Middlesex Regiment Were Falling In '

' After The Arrival of the Rescue Ships: The Tyndareus Miel Being Taken In Tow '

' Nearing Port: The Tyndareus Able to Keep The Inflow of Water Satisfactorily Down '

' Arrived in Port: The Mined Transport as She Appeared After Being Finally Brought into Harbour and Safely Moored '

Full page


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' On The Western Front - Taking a Trench Support Through A Communication Trench '

' On The Western Front - Tommy Adds to a German Sign Post ' a sense of humour

' Eno's Fruit Salt ' advert

' On the Western Front - The Church of Boisleux au Mont Blown Up by The Germans '

' ON the Western Front - Bridging a River, The Original Bridge Having Been Blown up by The Retreating Germans '

' Vickery s New Regimental Badge Wristlets - Royal Engineers - The Suffolk - Miel - In Arduis Fidelis ' Advert

' A " UNiversal " Motor Tractors Work '

' Mired in South Africa - A BSA Motor Cycle '

' A Handsome Arrol Johnston Car '

' Jubol Clears The Complexion ' advert

' Chess Problem by H. D'O. Bernard '

' Sanatogen ' Advert

' Clincher Motor Tyres 'Advert

' On The Western Front: Transport Crossing a Wooden Road Built Round a Mine Crater ' on the dust cover

' Fox's Puttees ' front dust cover advert

' BSA Motor Bicycle ' front dust cover advert

' Carters Wicker Bath Chairs and Spinal Carriages ' front dust cover advert

And more adverts of The Day

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Also various articles including:
'Our Note Book by G. K. Chesterton'

' Kitchener Tributs and The Red Triangle '

' New Novels ' reviews include Housemates by Wilfred Hornby - The Purchase price by Mr Ridgwell Cullum - Brown Amber by Mr W. E. Norris - Before Midnight by Mrs Mordaunt

'The Chronicle of the Car by W. W.


June 16th


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The Battle of Messines Ridge

' Bringing in the Wounded - Two German prisoners helping With Stretcher Cases on a Railway Trolley ...'

' Before the Storming of the Ridge Which Dominated The British Positions South of Ypres - The Shells Dropping on Messines '

' A Typical Mine Explosion: Photographed at the Moment of Explosion .... ' Full page


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German Prisoners at Messines Ridge

' Captured Germans Resting - A Number of the 7000 Taken '

' Lined Up For Inspection...'

' A Smiling Group of German Prisoners ' <[p> ' Rations Being Served to German Prisoners '

' In The Sunshine - German Prisoners in a Variety of Head Gear '

' German Prisoners Being Interrogated by British officers at Messines ...'

' Map of the Messines Wytschaete Ridge Oosttaverne and La Douve Brook ' From Noordhofwyk - Ypres - Zevenkote and Zonnebeke in the North down to Bois De Ploegsteert and Deulemont in the South - Full page

' General Sir Herbert Plumer Who Prepared The Victorious Attack on Messines Ridge Standing on The Edge of a Mine Crater ' Full page with a group of officers

' A Desperate Bomb and Bayonet Fight - A Bavarian Sturmtruppen Counter Attack at Gavrelle Mill ' a double page drawing by A. Forestier

' Kite Balloon Views of the Ever Advancing Battle Line - Looking Down on a Large Camp '

' A Section of the Former British Battle Front Trench Lines ' Ypres Somme and Scarpe Valleys aerial view

' German Concrete Defences Demolished on the French Front ' two photographs on a full page

' Bullecourt Village - In The Main Street of the Village Fighting the Prussian Guard in tthe Hindenburg Line - Knocking Out a Fortified House ' another great double page drawn by Frederic De Haenen

' British Troops Winning Their Way Near Oppy Wood ' Double page drawn by S. Begg showing the action between British And German Troops

' A French Bombardment and Its Results - Teh Capture of Auberive ' a double page showing twelve photographs

' The Village of Vraicnes - A Huge Mine Crater in the Main Street - The Village near Complete Destruction ...'

' General Pershing - On Board the Liner the Commander of the UNited States Expeditionary Force and Members of the US Army HQ Staff - Colonel Harboard - Colonel Alvord - M. Miel - Col. Brewster - Lieut Col. Ireland Medical Officer - Colonel Taylor - Major Dodd Chief of Aviation - Colonel McCarthey Chief Quartermaster - Col. Bethel - Col. Russel - Col. Williams - Captain Margetts '

' General Pershing at Euston Station Being Met by Mr Page - Admiral Sims - Earl Derby - Viscount French '


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King Alfonso of Spain and His Work of Mercy

' An Impromtu Letter From a Little French Girl to the King '

' An Appeal To King Alfonso by a French Prisoner - The End of Sylviane's Letter '

' Seated at His Desk - King Alfonso '

' Distinguished Helpers - The Count of La Union and Don Emilio Mariea De Torres with the King Alfonso '

' His Majestys Personal Reply to /Sylviane Sartor a Little French Girl '

' The Conclusion of The Kings Letter to Little Sylviane Sartor - His Majestys Autograph Signature '

' One of the Information Offices in the Royal palace at Madrid With Its Feminine Staff - Spanish Ladies of Noble Lineage Assist in King Alfonso's Work '

' The Office of Search for Missing Soldiers in the Palace at Madrid '

Double page


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Officers On The Roll of Honour - Killed in Action

' Major Alfred H. Benger Leicester Regt. - - - . Lieut Frank Andrew of Lewisham - - - Lieutenant Colonel C. F. Pretor-Pinney of Somerton Erleigh - - - 2nd Lt. T. Elworthy B.Sc. Cambs Royal Lancaster Regt. Second son of Mr and Mrs R. P. Elworthy of Hendon - - - LIeut Col. J. Herbert Ridgway DSO of Grappenhall and Daresbury - - - 2nd Lt. C. D. N. Caleb of Lahore - - - 2nd Lt J. Roy Mitchener, Princess Patricia's Canadian LI, of Toronto - - - Lieut Acting Captain T. Watkin Blott Northumberland Fusiliers and of Esher Surrey - - - 2nd Lieut. Percy Gedge Twyman of Cheshunt - - - Lt. E. P. Elworthy B.Sc. London, Royal Engineers Eldest son of Mr and Mrs R. P. Elworthy of Hendon - - - Captain W. A. Verschoyle of Woodley Dundrum Co Dublin - - - Major John Burgh Talbot Leighton MC Eldest Son of Sir Bryan and Lady Leighton, Scots Guards ane RFC - - - 2 Lt. P. Norris Wood of The Homestead, Malvern Wells - - - 2nd Lieut. A. B. Doe of Hom Lea Errol - - - Major G. G. Knighton Former Science Master of St Andrews College Toronto Mentioned in Despatches - - - Lieut. D. F. G. Johnson of Saffron Walden, Son of Rev Alex Johnson - - - Captain G. W. Bowyer-Bower of Bramham Gardens SW - - - 2nd Lieut. Owen B. Goold Johnson of Saffron Walden, Also Son of the Rev. - - - Lieut Col Francis Savage Nesbit Armstrong S. Staffs Regt. - - - 2nd Leiut Joseph Goodman R. Lancs Regt - - - 2nd Lieut Alfred Geoffrey Beville of the Queens Westminster Rifles - - - Sub. Lieut S. K. Cross RN Volunteer Reserve '

A full page showing a photograph of each of men


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' Mappin and Webb Cut Glass ' Advert

' Conveying to the Russian Troops In France To Continue the War - General Palitzin Reading Despatches '

' Russian Troops in France Marching Past the Refolutionary Flags on Horseback ...'

' Harrod Furniture ' advert

' Delta by Lotus ' shoe advert

' Sir George Frampton RA Addressing Girl Guides at Foots Cray Place ' with a portrait of Miss Gladys Waring inset in the picture (president of the Foots Cray Troop)

' Venus Pencils ' advert

Kenilworth Cigarettes - advert

' A 30-35 hp Napier Outside the Golf Club at Acton '

' A Sunbeam Car in The Courtyard of the Rajah of Pittapur, An Elephant Looking on '

' Daimler 'a dver

' A Graceful Afternoon Costume with Umbrella and Hat ' fashion sketch by Eibbon

And more adverts of The Day

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Also various articles including:
'Our Note Book by G. K. Chesterton'

'Science Jottings by W. P. Pycraft''...'

' Ladies Page by Filomena '


July 7th

Officers on The Roll of Honour - Portrait photos of each man killed in action - '2nd Lieut. E. G. Dunn, Liverpool Scottish, Son of Mr C. M. Dunn of Clapton' - - - '2nd Lieut. F. V. Savage, IARD, of Bombay' - - - 'ieut. Robert C. Stone KO Royal Lancs Regt, of Newton le Willows' - - - 'Captain Frank L. Body, Bedfordshire Regt., of The Cedars, Sydenham Hill' - - - '2nd Lieut G. Hotchkiss Gordon Highlanders, of Crookston, Renfrewshire' - - - 'Major R. Bolster MC Royal Artillery' - - - Brig. General A. C. Roberts DSO CMG Royal Fus. Son late Col. W. H. A. Roberts Chief Constable' - - - 'Lieut Col. Herbert Kemble DSI MC London Regt of Beechfield Bathampton' - - - 'Lt Col. W. A. De C. King DSO RE' - - - 'Major J. P. H. Ouchterlony DSO RE' - - - 'Lieut Col. G.E. B. Dobbs, RE, of The Chalet, Temple Road and Liscarrig, Greystones' - - - 'Lieut General R. G. Broadwood CB. An Aide de Camp to the King, Of Holmbush, Sussex' - - - 'Major Francis R. Gregson JP DL Member of Kigs Body Guard, Royal Scottish Archers' - - - 'Captain A.Trevor Davis, Welsh Regt.' - - - 'Captain Wilson Bell, KO Yorkshire LI LL.B of West Kirby' - - - 'Captain Clive Alan Whittingham R. Army Medical Corps' - - - 'Captain Philip C. Taylor, London Regt, of Hart Street, WC' - - - '2nd Lieut. H. J. Hilary, RFA, Vice Chairman of Calcutta Port Trust'

Going Over The Top: French Infantry Clambering Out of Their Trenches and Advancing in Open order Against German Trenches on The Chemin Des Dames '

'Taking Their Part in Winning Back "Italia Irredenta": British Gunners Helping in General Cadorna's Great Attack'

'Tank Versus Tree: A Remarkable Timber Felling Demonstration' Three photosgraphs on a full page

'Tanks in Palestine: Where the War Chariots of Israel SMote The Philistines! A Twentieth Century War Chariot, A Tank Going into Battle'

United States Regulars in France at The Port of Landing - 'Tied Up Alongside Her Disembarkation wharf; One of the Smaler Baggage And Munition Carrying Transports' - - - 'US Soldiers Watching The Harbour Staff at Work' - - - 'Big Transport Liner DRawing Up Beside a Quay: Crammed With Mn' - - - 'On The Uppermost Tier of Decks on Board Antoher Big Transport Liner' - - - 'The First of The New Arrivals to Set Foot Ashore: Some of Our American Brothers in Arms in Their Fighting Kit' - - - 'Stalwart Men of the Rank and File'

'On The Way to Their First Camp in Franc: US Regular Infantry Battalions Marching Along A Boulevard'

'US Infantry Forming Up On One of the Quays'

Mesopotamia, Scenes in Recaptured Kut - 'Spoils Taken From the Turks at Kut' - - - 'A Captured Turkish 5.9 inch Howitzer' - - - 'Left By The Turks: Empty Gun Cartridges, Pontoons and Wagons' - - - 'Kut - A Typica Street' - - - 'Architecture in Kut: A Minaret ' - - - 'Surmounted By a Wonderful Device in Wood: Tombs of Four Turkish Officers Who Were Killed or Died at Kut' - - - 'An Anglo Indian Force Just Arrived in Camp' - - - 'A Kut Alley with a House Over It Destroyed by Shell Fire' - - - 'With The British And Indian Forces at Kut: Some Sowars Demolishing a Temporary Shelter built by The Turks' - - - 'The Effect of Bombardment Upon Buildings in Kut; A Portion of the Bazaar Demolished By Shell Fire' - - - 'Shell damage at Kut: On The River Front' - - - 'A Street in Kut After Rain: Liquid Mud' All on one double page

The River War in Mesopotamia: Various Craft on the Tigris - 'With The White Ensign Abovre The Turkish Flag: HMS Firefly Recaptured From the Turks, on the Tigris' - - - 'A Prize Taken Fromn the Turks: A British Tug Towing a Captured Steamer Down The Tigris' - - - 'A Small Launch Towing Two Mahelas With A Cavalry Detachment on Board' - -- 'Cleared For Action: One of Our Larger Monitors' - - - On the Way To Baghdad: a River Steamer Full of Troops Towing Two Store Laden Barges' - - - 'Mone of Many Red CRoss Launches Now Running on the Tigris: Wardha No. 1'

'The Work of the MTV Now the 4th/23rd Squadrons, City of London Motor Volunteers: Soldiers Returning to The Front, Arrived at a London Terminus at Night, Boarding Lorries Ready to Take Them to Victoria' Full page sketch by S. Begg "Our Special Artist"

'Advancing Through Trenches And Shell Craters: French infantry Going Forward Against The Enemy, A Typical Scene on the Champagne Front' a very atmospheric sketch by Georges Leroux - Full page

The War of Fire: Fighting Which Has Proved a Boomerang to The Germas, Its Originators - 'Turning The Tables on the Enemy With Weapons of His Own Devising: A French Flame And Smoke Attack Covering an Advance' Full page

'In The North Sea: A Wave Effect Upon a War Ship Going At High Speed' Double page

France 'The British Approach to Lens - German Prisoners Coming in During a Successful Trench Raid' Double page drawn by R. Caton Woodville

'Captured Before it Was Unveiled: A Turkish Monument Built to Commemorate The Fall of Kut'

'The Science of Mothering Under Water War Ships: A Workshop on Board a Submarine's Parent Ship'

Naval Work in the Red Sea: Salif, Taken By His Majestys Ships - 'On The Sea Front of Salif, Captured By His Majestys Ships: The Esplanade andNative Hutments' - - - 'The Old Turkish Jetty' - - - 'In the Native Quarter of Salif, Where the Salt Mining Population Live: Wattle adn Thatch Dwellings' - - - 'Types of the Natives Employed in The Mines Under Turkish Domination: Coast Arabs and African Negroes'

'Sir Henry Raeburn's Famous Portrait of The Laird of Macnab, in the Uniform of The Breadalbane Fencibles' Full page

'With The British Navy: A Submarine Trimming Before Diving'

'Raising The Bow of a Submarine Alongside The Parent Ship for Exmination'

'A Study in Progressive Physical Development - Allenburys Foods for Infant Feeding' Double page advert

'With The Salonika Army: British Soldiers Making a Road'

'Chess'

'For Salonika: A Special Motor Field Operating Theatre by Messrs H. J. Mulliner adn Co Ltd' interior - - - 'For Salonika: A Special Motor field Operating Theatre' exterior

And more adverts of The Day

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Also various articles including:
'Our Note Book by G. K. Chesterton'

'Science Jottings, Vitamines and Their Uses by F. F.'

'The Playhouses includes Mr Galsworthys After The War play at the Royalty - - - Ellen Terrys Bouquet at the Lyric'

'Belgium Under The German Heel'


July 14th

From a Pioneer War Art Exhibition: A Heroine of Munitions - 'An Example fromm the First Concerted Attempt to ExpressBritish War Efforts and Ideals in Art: On Munitions: Dangerous Work - Packing TNT' Full page from a Lithograph by A. S.aHartrick ARWS

The Biggest Aeroplane Raid on London: Raiders and Raided - 'As Thousands Saw The Enemy: German Gotha Aeroplanes Over The Metropolitan Area' - - - Victims of the UselessRaid: A Wounded Baby; Women Who Were Hit; a Wounded Man Leaving Hospital'

Russias Great War Minister - - 'M. Kerenski Watching Russian Troops March Past' - - - 'Soldiers! The Country is in Danger...I OrderYou Forward - M. Kerenske Addressing Russina Troops' - - - 'M. Kerenski The Russian Minister of War Saluting The Troops' - - - 'M. Kerenski and Other Russian Ministers At A Cabinet Meeting in Petrograd '

The Brighter Side of the Mesopotamia Campaign: Baghdad Under The Union Jack - 'Union Jack Floating Above and British Sentries: The Northern City Gate Baghdad' - - - On The Tigris At Baghdad After Its Capture: Birtsh Monitors Lying Off General Headquarters' - - - 'Machinery Wrecked in The German Wireless Station' - - - 'British Army Lorries Ready for Unloading In Mesopotamia' - - - 'A Zeppelin Bombing London! A German Mural Inscription in The Wireless Sation at Baghdad ' - - - 'A Place with Sinister Memories of Turkish Misrule: Gallows Square Baghdad, After the British Occupation'

The Brighter Side of the Mesopotamia Campaign: Baghdad Under The Union Jack - 'Here Seen Three Miles Below Baghdad - The Pontoon Bridge Used at the Famous Shumran Crossing' - - - TheGerman Wireless Station in Baghdad Wrecked by The Enemy' - - - 'Typical of the Reorganised Medical Services in Mesopotamia: The Interior of a Hospital Train' - - - 'Evidence of the British Victory: Turkish Prisoners at Amara on the March Under Escort' - - - '..." Gott Strafe England " and "U1001" A German Mural Inscription and Drawing of a Submarine at Baghdad'

'with AN Army That Works in Hearty Cooperation Wtih The British on The Western Front: French Artillerymen Getting into Position a Heavy Naval Gun That Has Been Adapted for Land Warfare' Wonderful double page sketch from the Drawing by Georges Scott

'The Allies and Greece: The French Landing at the Piraeus - Passing Through the Street to Camp Temporarily in the Squares: One of the French Detachments on the March' The Port of Athens

'Surrendered Germans Passing French Reserves: In a French Communication Trench During An Action on the Chemin des Dames '

'A Mayors Office in A wine Cellar: Rheims Life underground - The MAyor of Rheims, Dr Langlet and Other Officials in a Champagne Cellar'

'How The Public Business of Rheims is Conducted Under German Bombardent: Municipal Staffs (including Women) At Worik in Cellars'

'The Neutral - Neutrality in The Present War Does Not Carry WIth IT Immunity From Wars Perils, German Submarines ar Not Particular as to The Nationality of Ships That They Attack' Wonderful double page

'Enemy Leaders As Seen By German Artist Medals Now on View in the Musee Leblanc, Paris: - General Von Ludendorff - - Field AMrshal Prince Rupprecht of Bavaria - - The Empror Karl of Austria - - German Crown Prince - - Field Marshal Von Hindenburg - - General Von Linsingen - - General Von Francois - - First Lieut. Immelmann - - General Von Emmich - - Captain Boelcke German Star Airman killed in Action - - General Von Scholtz - - F. M. Prince Leopold of Bavaria - - General Von Kluck - - General Von Falkenhayn - - General Von Beseler - - Grand Admiral Tirpitz - - Field Marshall The Grand Duke of Baden - - General' Von Gallwitz' All on one double page in medal format

The Independencde Day of All Nations: US Troops in Paris - ['July 4 in Paris: American Troops Marching Through The Rue De Rivoli '

'Going To the Grave of Lafayette: The American Commander Entering The Picpus Cemetery'

'The Stars and Stripes in Paris: Colours Borne By The American Troops'

'Carrying Bouquets Presented To Them: American Officers in The March Past'

'Honour to the Great Sister Republic! - The Head of the AmericanColumn Marching Through Paris'

General Pershings View of St Quentin 'St Quentin - An Enlarged Telephotograph Fromt he French Front Line Trenches'

'The Commander in Chief of the United States Troops in France At THe front: General Pershing Under The Guidance of General Franchet D'Esperey, Looking Through Galsses at St Quentin'

'An Enemy of OUr WoodenShips As Formidable as German Submarines: Thje Ship Worm, Teredo, And Its Burrows' - - - 'A Specimen of Havoc in Submarine Timber Caused By The Gribble, A Piece fo Wood From Ryde Pier'

'United States Regulars in Paris: A Battalion on the March'

'G.O.C The London District: Lieut. General Sir Francis Lloyd KCB CVO DSO' Full page

Killed in Action 'Officers on The Roll of Honour - - - Capt Ronald L. Johnson, RFA of Woodleigh Dunham Massey Altrincham - - - captain A. B. Bernard KE Rifles of West Dulwich - - - Leiut H. E. O. Murray-Dixon Seaforth Highlanders - - - Capt D. A. L. Davidson MC RFC son of Late Col. Lester Davidson and Lady Theodora Davidson - - - Capt. R. H. Gregory MC Sherwood foresters of Green Hill, Derby - - - Lieut Andrew R. Buxton Rifle Brigade of Easeney Ware - - - 2nd Leiut Norman Molyneux Goddard S. Staffs of Windsor House Denmark Hill - - - Captain Percy E. Adams, Sherwood Foresters of Bournemouth - - - Major S. P. Musson Supply and Transport, Indian Army - - - Major Ashley G. Dickson RFA of Colombo - - - Lt. Col. G. E. B. Dobbs RE of Dublin - - - Major A. S. Conway DSO of Burford Oxfordshire - - - Lieut Colonel G. E. D. Elsmie, Indain Cavalry - - - Lieut Donald W.Renwick, N. Staffords jof Burton on Trent - - - Capt. Percy MArlow, Wilts Regt of Alton - - - 2nd Lieut. S. W. Mann RFC of Erncroft, Twickenham - - - Capt. Walter L. Clark, RFC Douglas, The Grove, Finchley - - - 2nd Lieut.Walter F. Keep, Hampshire Regt of Craven House, Kingsway, WC ' portrait photographs

'On The Western Front: A Canadian Soldier, Born in Canada of Portuguese Parents, Meets Portuguese Troops in France'

A Favourite Car on the Road: A Wolseley In Warwickshire' 'Ladies Page - A Dress For A Summers Day

And more adverts of The Day
Also various articles including:
'The Threatened German Offensive by Major W. Whittall'

'Our Note Book by G. K. Chesterton'

'Science Jottings, by W. P. Pycraft'

'Ladies Page by Filomena'


August 11th

'In Westminster Abbey on the Beginning of the Fourth Yea of the War: A Service of Intercession' Full page

'Battle of Flanders: The British Thrust For the Crossings of the Steenbeek near Steenstraate - The First Line Charging Through The Barrage Smoke' Double page drawn by A. Forestier From Material Supplied by an Eye Witness

Notes From Flanders - 'A British Mobile Anti Aircraft Gun on its Lorry Mounting, Moving Along a Water Logged High Road Near The Battlefield' - - - 'The New German Body Armour and A Captured German MAchine Gun: Stalwart Irish Guardsmen with Their Battle Trophies' - - - 'For Making The Solid Concrete Dug Outs and Turrets found in Every Enemy Trench: A Captured German FIeld Service Concrete Mixer'

'A Famous Artists Portrait of the Commander in Chief: Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig By William Orpen ARA Recently Paintd at General Headquarters' Full page

The New Flanders Battle - 'The Constant Stream of Supply Vehicles fot the Artillery on the Western Front Along the Highways of flanders and Northern France: A Motor Lorry Column' - - - 'A Horsed Wagon Column'

'Bringing Up troops by Means of the Network of canal Waterways in Flanders and Northern France: A British Infantry Battalion Disembarking From a Transport Barge' Full page

The Guns of flanders 'Close Behind Infantry Reserves: OPne of the 18 Pounder Field Guns' - - -'Camouflaged: A Big Howitzers Post' - - - A Navy Type Dreadnought Gun on a Railway Truck Mounting' - - - 'A Heavy Howitzer, The NExt Shell Being Slung U[ From the Underground Magazine' - - - Howitzers in Hot Action Just Before The Infantry Assault Opens' and more on one a double page

Flanders - 'Plodding at Dawn, Through Mud and Water Across an Archipelago Like Maze of Shell Hole Ponds: An Infantry Attack in Force Opening as on July 31' double page drawn by H. W. Koekkoek

'The Runner' Double page from the painting by W. B. Wollen

Flanders - 'Frenzied Flares and Signals of the Enemy Were Tossed Up in Fountains: A Scene Like that at The Opening of the New British Advance Near Ypres' Double page

'With The Navy In War Time: A Motor Lighter With Sick and Wounded Aboard'

'Great Britains Enormous Share in the Cost of the War: figures and Diagrams Illustrating The Gigantic Growth of Our Expenditure' Diagrams by "Our Special Artist W. B.Robinson. Full page

'Aeroplanes, Marvellous Evolutions - A French Nieuport ChaserGyrating Round a Farman Bomber at 10,000 Ft Above The Mountains of Macedonia' Full page

'The Art of Camouflage Applied to Men As Well as Machines: the Crew of a French Anti Aircraft Gun Dressed with a View to Invisibility' Full page

'How an Advance is Made: A British Attack ijn Progress' Three photographs on one full page

'For King and Country: Officers on the Roll of Honour - 2nd Lieut R. E. Adeney of Adeney, Dulwich - - - Lieut C. G. N. Morris of Hay Breconshire - - - Captain L. E. L. Maton MC of Sundial House, Kensington - - - Lieut J. C. Hanson, New Brunswick Canadian Regt attached RFC - - - 2nd Lieut E. Etheridge, Royal Field Artillery - - - Major Charles Herbert Hewetson, Gloucestershire Regt - - - Major G. D. Mills RFC of Bennington Rectory Stevenage - - - Lieut Col. George Herbert St. Hill of Hawkes Bay, New Zealand - - - 2nd Lieut H. F. Mackain, RFC - - - Major Chalkley V. Gould, RFA of Redroofs, Broadstone, Dorset - - - Major C. O. V. Treuenfels RFA of Cholmeley Park, Highgate - - - 2nd Lieut R. R. Brocklebank Royal Welsh Fusiliers - - - Lieut R. Douglas Berry of Sheffield - - - Major Lanoe G. Hawker VC DSO Royal ENgineers and RFC - - - Captain H. P. Osborne, New Brunswick Canadian Regt Attd. RFC - - - 2nd Lieut Wilfrid Adolphus Slade RFA of Willowmead Chislehurst - - - Capt. James B. N. Carvick MC Son of Mrs Carvick Piazzsa Pitti Florence Italy - - - Capt Bernard Neville Rice, East Yorks Regt - - - Capt Gilbert R. Sandbach of Stoneleigh, Rossett, Wrexham - - - Capt W. Eric Nixon, KO Scottish Borderers Att. RFC'

Fashion 'An Original Costume' sketched by Margot

On The Western Front: Canadian Light Horse Going Into Action'<> 'Charles Packer Military Badge Brooches' eleven examples

'In a Wolseley Car: M. Venizelos at the Gate of the Greek Hospital in Alexandria' - - - 'A Napier Car in Natal: An Always Reliable Car'

'Hupp Motor Car Corporation Detroit Michigan' Advert

'United States Soldiers i England: Gas Masked Men Taking A Casual Peep Through Their Tent

'United States Soldiers in England: New York ENgineers Drilling'

' Urodonal' advert

And more adverts of The Day


Also various articles including:
'The British Lines By Arnold Bennett '

' 'Our Note Book by G. K. Chesterton'

'Science Jottings, Dora and Our Food Supply by W. P. Pycraft'

'ladies Page by Filomena'

'The Chronicle of the Car by W. W.'


August 25th

'Moving Up to The Galician Front by Rail: British Armoured Cars and Some of the Men Who Served Them'

Captors and Captured at Hill 70 - Canadians and Their Prisoners - 'The Evening Before The Attack on Hill 70: Canadians Served With Hot Tea At A Soup and Tea Kitchen near The Front' near Lens in France

Captors and Captured at Hill 70 - Canadians and Their Prisoners - 'Very Pleased to Have Been Captured: German Officers at The Head of a Batch of Prisoners on Their Way To the "Cages"..'

'One of Many Young Germans Taken At Hill 70: A Seventeen Year Old Prisoner' - - - 'Glad to Get Away From Our Shell Fire: german Prisoners Acting as Stretcher Bearers' - - - 'Captured at Hill 70: A Young German Being Examined By a Canadian Officer'

Captors and Captured at Hill 70 - 'The Gaiety and Confidence of the Wounded as They Came Back: Walking Cases Returning From the Attack on Hill 70' 'The Re-opening Battle of Flanders - At a Battery Station by The Roadside During a Preliminary Artillery Bombardment: Hauling a Howitzer To Its Firing Post'

Re-opening Battle of Flanders - At A Bomb Depot in the Trenches at the Beginning of an Infantry Attack: Bombers About to Go Into Action Drawing Their Supplies of Grenades '

'The Crossing of the Canals in the Battle of Flanders: Where The Engineers Did Wonders in Building Bridges under Fire - British Troops Crossing a Canal During The offensive near Ypres ' Double page from An Official Photograph

'A German Submarine Stranded Near Calais: The Fire on Board Shortley After the Landing and Arrest of the Crew' near Cape Gris Nez - - - 'After the Fire and Explosions Caused By The Crew: The Remains of the Stranded Submarine at Low Tide'

The New Battle of Flanders - 'A British Railway Corps Breakdown Gang Clearing Away a Barbed Wire Barricade Across The Rails'

The New Battle of Flanders - 'On A Battlefield Road on the Way to Pilkem. Where the Welshmen Had Their Cockchafer Fight: Congested Traffic En Route for the Front, While The Roadway is Being Widened'

'Compelled By Floods to Keep To The Road and Its Greater Dangers: British Field Artillery Bringing Up Their Guns at a Gallop Under Heavy German Shell Fire - An Incident of Our offensive in Flanders ' Wonderful double page drawn by Frederic de Haenen From Material Supplied by an Eye Witness

'Artillery Preparation on the Western Front: british Gunners Hard at Work Pounding The German Trenches With Big Howitzers - An Animated Scene' Wonderful double page

'Bombarding a german Position before an Infantry Attacke on the Western Front: British Heavy Howitzers at Work With Field Pieces Beyond and The Sky Crowded With Aeroplanes ' Another wonderful double page "Drawn by R. Caton Woodville From Material Supplied by an Eye Witness"

'An Indian Student in England Who Joined The indian Volunteer Ambulance Corps: Shiva D. L. Agarwala '

'An Indian Who Came to England From the Argentine to Serve in the War: Jemadar Arjan Singh '

'Now on Active Service on the North West Frontier: Lt Col C. R. Bakhle IMS'

'Formerly in the Indian Volunteer Ambulance Corps, and Later A Special Constable: Mr G. V. Utam Singh a Barrister '

'The Only Indian in the Australian Force, Now in France: Gurbuchan Singh, A Veteran of the South African, Chitral and Tirah Campaigns'

'Now Italian: An Enemy Submarine Sunk, Salved and Rebuilt: the UC12 Sunk by The Italians Being Salved' - - - The Captured UC12' - - - 'Completely Repaired By Italian Engineers: The Captured Austrian Submarine Mine layer UC12 Sailing Under Italian Colours '

Netting German Submarines 'Laying Anti Submarine Nets From Drifters at a Selected Place at Sea: shackling One End of a Net to a Bouy' with a further five photographs showing the sailors at work

Killed in Action - Officers on the Roll of Honour - 'Major E. E. Delavel Henderson VC N. Staffs Regt - - - Capt D. S. H. Keep MC Bedfordshire Regt of Abbots Langley - - - Lieut Col G. Arthur Perreau, Gurkha Rifles - - - Capt W. G. S. Curphey MC RFC - - - Lieut The Hon. A. E. G. A. Keppel, Rifle Brigade, Son of the Earl and Countess of Albermarle - - - Lt C. Nicholls-Jones R. Welsh Fusiliers, of Penrhos, Llangefin - - - 2nd Lieut. E. G. M. Beart Attd RGA of Sawbridgewortyh, Herts - - - Lieut. Quentin L. Scott, Southe African Infantry - - - Lt. J. Marsland MC Pioneer Batt. R. Sussex Regt, of New Malden - - - 2nd Lieut. Leslie Parker, Essex Regt - - - Brig. Gen J. A. Tanner CB CMG DSO R. Engineers, of Poulton, Marlborough - - - Capt Sir John Swinnerton Dyer MC Scots Guards - - - Lieut. Brian H. B. Lethbridge, Bedford Regt, of Enfield - - - 2nd Lt. E. Foster, R. Fusiliers Son of Mr Edward Foster Editor of the Globe - - - 2nd Lt. K. K. Pelton MC, Leinster Regt, of Henley in Arden - - - Lieut J. M. J. Spencer, Northumberland Fusiliers Attd RFC, of Walbottle Hall, Newburn on Tyne - - - Captain L. S. Platt, Lancers Attd RFC - - - Lieut Ronald Wybrow Morgan, S Wales Borderers Attd RFC of Upthorpe, Westgate on Sea - - - 2nd Lt F. Mervyn Hills, Northamptonshire Regt of Lenworth, Maidstone - - - Lieut. Victor L. Snelson, Welsh Regt attd S Wales Borders, of Shrewsbury - - - 2nd Lieut A. S. Reynolds, RFA of Bank House, Southport - - - Captain R. N. Thomas RFC son ob Sir Owen and ady Thomas of Cesmaes, Anglesey Recently Awarded the Croix de Guerre '

Fashion 'A Graceful Evening Dress

' Swan Pen ' Advert

'C Brandauer & Co Ltd Circular Pinted Pens ' Advert

'Ideal Shoes Freeman Hardy & Willis Ltd' advert

'At The Front: His Majesty Just Alighted From a 25 hp Vauxhall at Vimy Ridge '

' Cameron Safety Self Fillers - The Pen to Depend On' advert

'Given For the Treatment of Shell Shock Cases: a Mansion at Brooklands' given by Mr John Leigh of Beech Lawn, Altrincham

'On An Eastern Front: Testing an Aeroplane Engine'

And more adverts of The Day
Also various articles including:
'Our Note Book by G. K. Chesterton'

'Science Jottings, The Czecho Slovaks and The Jugo Slavs by W. P. Pycraft '

'Ladies Page by Filomena'

'The Chronicle of the Car by W. W.


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A French Poilu Infantryman and A British Soldier Drinking a Cup of Wine Together' Full front page from a sketch by S. Begg after a photograph taken on the Western Front

' Exhibit of British War Trophies at Atlantic City USA '

' A Trench Howitzer and Wrecked Seaplane at The Atlantic CIty Exhibition '

' A Belgian Working Party Returning from the Trenches on the Western FRont ...'

' Removing a Belgian Soldier Wounded ...'

' A Belgian Observation Balloon ...'

' A Section of Parapet Acropss Swamps with Sandbags '

' A Belgian Trench Sentry on Look Out ..'

' A Belgian 220 mm Howitzer being Loaded ..'

' A Belgian 120mm Position Gun being Loaded ..'


Flanders Front SleekburnC.

' A Huge British Gun Mounted on Rails with its Crew ...' The gun has "Not on Strike" written on its enormous barrel

' Soldiers Pulling a Field Gun out of the Mud ...'

' Boesinghe - Stretcher Bearers Carrying a Wounded Soldier Through The Mud ...'

' A Transport Horse Sits Down in the Mud ...'

' Canadian Offers Inspecting a German Flammenwerfer or Ligquid Fire Thrower Captured on Hill 70...'

' A Heavy British Gun Ready to Fire At Night ...'

' Two Canadian Soldier Pigeon Carriers Watering Birds on Hill 70 in a Captured German Trench '

Double page with article and reference to Mr Philip Gibbs and Mr H. Perry Robinson


Riga The Baltic City

' The Residence of the Russian Governor General of Lithuania - Castle of the Teutonic Miel Knights ...'

' Off The Town Quay on the Lvina '

' The Cathedral '

' The Statue of Victory in Honour of Alexander I '

' The Red Brick Old Tower '

' The Alexander Boulevard ..'

' The Busioness Centre of Riga - The Bourse ..'


' HM Queen Victoria The Queen of Sweden '

' Count Herman Wrangel GCVO The Swedish Minister in London '

' HM Gustav V The King of Sweden of The Goths and Wends ..'

' The Irish Convention - Sir Horace Plunkett in the Chair at Belfast City Hall ..'


The Fire at Salonika

Soldiers of British and French Putting Out Fires '

' Burned Out Houses - People in a Street After the Fire with British French and Serbian Soldiers of the Pickets ..'

' Refugees Camping OUt on the Outskirts of the City ...'

' on The North west Side Burned Out Houses ..'

' The Scene of Devastation Looking Across The City to the Harbour '

Full page


' Night Practice for Anti Aircraft Guns - Seaplane Dropping a Very Light on an AA Position ' - a full from a drawing by Charles Pears - info. sometimes called a Verey Flare rightly or wrongly

' The Wreckage of a German Aeroplane with the Dead Pilot at Vadelaincourt Where a French Hospital was Bombed ...'

' The Slightly Wounded Observer of the German Machine Brought Down at Vadelaincourt Being Taken to Hospital ' SleekburnC.

' Bedsteads in the French Military Hospital at Vadelaincourt Caused by German Air Bombs Where 100 People Have Been Killed Over A Month ...'

' A Legitmate Bomb Dropping Attack - A French Aeroplane Bombing a German Munition Depot ..' Full page

' The Chateau of Ham After Being Blown up by the Germans '

' The French Chateau of Ham as It Was when Napoleon Was Imprisoned ..'

' Mr Lloyd George Speaking at the National Eisteddfod at Birkenhead '

Two scenes from the Eisteddfod - Also the article makes reference to the Winning Bard Private Ellis Evans having been killed in France


The Monte Santo Victory - Italy in Action

' The Iron Girder Bridge at Isonzo '

' Camouflaged - The Strutting and Plank Screet on an Isonzo Bridge'

' Damaged Italian Pontoons Across the Stream ...'

' A Short Plank and Beam Bridge Between Steep Rocks on the Isonzo - Italian Engineers Working on the Bridge '

' A Naval Gun on its Mounting '

' The Bersaglieri Regimental Flag Sewn Together on Top of Monte Santo ...'


Italy Advancing on The Julian Front

' The Italian Infantry Storming the Austrian Trenches on the Slopes near Anhovo on the Isonzo ...'

' Italian Infantry in The Open ...'


' Flanders - French Troops Guarding German Prisoners in a Small Flemish Town ' a wonderful double page "Drawn on the Spot by Georges Leroux " showing the prisoners being marched through the streets and guarded by Chasseurs D'Afrqiue - in sepia style


The War and Alsace

' Soldiers Hauling A Light Railway Truck ...'

' Advancing French Soldiers Passing German Prisoners '

' Gas Masked French Troops Leaving Their Trenches near Verdun ...' a sketch by George Leroux

' Massevaux Alsace - A General Preparing to Award Decorations '

' Boys and Girls in Alsatian Dress in the Town Centre ..'


On The Somme and the Yser

' Germans Crawling towards French Trenches to Surrender ..'

' A Batch of German Prisoners Running To the French Infantry in their Trenches...'

' Stretcher Bearers Bringing Back A Wounded Man Across the Yser Canal - On a Bridge, One of 29, Built by French Engineers ...'


Russian Soldiers in Positions on the Russian Front - Five photographs

' Wounded Women Soldiers - Members of the Russian Womens Battalion of Death in Hospital ' full page phtograph


' Mesopotamia - Tigris Bank Miel Incidents - ( Iraq ) SleekburnC.

' A Seaplane Running on the Surface of the Shatt El Arab at Basra ..'

' Biplanes on the Banks of the Tigris - The Royal Flying Corps Camps '

' A Biplane at a Transport Store Base in the Ashar District Alongside a Creek near Basra '

' A Riverside Base at Basra on the Shatt el Arab - Reserve Planes ...'

' At One of the Aeroplane Bases on the Way to Baghdad - Planes Brought up the River on Transport...'

' Tootal Cotton Fabrics ' full page advert showing a painting by Ernest Wallcousins of explorers on a ship



The Roll of Honour - Officers Killed in Action or In The Service of Their Country Directly Incidental to the Great War

Lieut J. Lindsay Kelsall RFA of Moss Side Estate Lancs

Captain W. M. Banbury of Eaton Place SW

Captain M. A. Chawner of Shotters, Alton Hants

Capt and Adjt. F. S. Mills Somerset Light Infantry

2nd Lt. Ralph Aldwinckle Royal Lancs Regt of Highbury

Major T. Lowis Bourdillon MC Kings R. Rifles

Major A. E. B. Fair RFA of Wilderton Bournemouth and Buenos Aires

Major T. M. Foote Loyal North Lancs Regt SleekburnC.

Lieut Colonel C. Ernest Atchison DSI Yorks LI of Catisfield Hants

Major Thomas Weeding R. West Surrey Regt of Kingthorpe, Addlestone

Captain C. R. W. Mountain of Wandsworth Common SW

Major Laird T. C. Paul MC RFA of Thwaite St Mary, Ditchingham

Major Reginald D'Arcy Anderson of The Lodge Marston

Capt Gordon W. Mapplebeck of Woodfield, Leamington Spa

2nd Lt. J. B. Lane Mullins RHA of Sydney New South Wales

2nd Lt. Harold Eaton, Gloucestershire Regt., Ealing W

2nd Lieut W. H. H. Bond of Queen Anne Gardens Bedford Park W

Lieut Austin T. Long Royal Scots

Full page


' Tatcho Hair Restorer ' full page advert

' Boy Scouts and Girl Guides of The Dartford Division of Kent - Being Inspected by General Applebe atFoots Cray Place Kent '

' General Applebe - Mister S. J. Waring - Miss Waring - and Others at Foots Cray Place Kent '

' J. C. Vickery Jewellers - RFC Cigarette Case ...'

Wilkinson Sword Razor ' advert

' Birds Custard ' advert

' Devon Fires - Candy & Co ' fireplace advert

'A Church Army Hut Hit by a Shell at the Front '

' The Naval Burberry ' advert

' The British Red Cross - The Hon. Arthur Stanley ' advert showing a Queen Alexandra Unit British Red Cross and Salvation Army Ambulance

' A Car Being Hauled Out Of The Herinko in The New Zealand Parliamentary Tour '

' A Damiler in The New Zealand Parliamentary Tour '

' Three NUns Tobacco ' advert

' Husdson Prestige Super Six Car ' advert for the Langham steel Co.

' Chess Problem by R. J. Pland '

' Globeol Ideal Tonic ... ' advert

' Urodonal Dissolves Uric Acid ...' advert


This second part of the description features a list of articles, etc but have no images associated with the subject matter unless listed above. They include :-

'Our Note Book by G. K. Chesterton'

'Science Jottings, The Poor Mans Beer by FL '

New Novels include reviews of - Autumn by John Lane - - South Wind by Mr Norman Douglas - - Pans Punishment by Mr Francis D. Grierson

The Playhouses - Reviews of "The Pacifists" at the St James's - - "Trelawny" Once More by Sir Arthur Pinero - - "Carminetta" at the Prince of Wales's - - "The Invisible Foe" at the Savoy

'The Chronicle of the Car by W. W. SleekburnC.

A Balkan Diplomatist - with reference to Count Chedomille Majatovitch

 

 


October 6th

' A German Shell Bursting on the British Front Near Zonnebeke Within a Few Yards of the Photographer '

' Preparing Timber For Road Making ANd Strenghening Dug Outs on the British Front NEar Zillebeke '

' Aiding Refugees in the Holy Land - 'Victims of Turkish Misrule: Making a List of Syrian Refugees in Need of Clothing ' ' British Care For Syrian Children : Some of the Young Refugees Being Fitted For New Clothes '

' Quite Happy in Their New Clothes: A Group of CHildren After Being Fitted Out '

' Typical of conditions in Palestine Under The Turks: Two Needy Syrian Women Receiving New Cloths '

' Wearing The New Clothes Provided For Them By The British: A Group of Syrian Women '

' Loopholed For Machine Guns: A German Pill Box Attacked by British Infantry - The Surrounding Soil Churned into Waves by Our Shells '

' Not Loopholed and Used Only As Shelters for Machine Gunners: Two Pill Boxes With A Rampart Between - Germans Defending The Position '

' English, Scottish and Welsh Battalions Stormed Zonnebeke: Highlanders Attacking Zonnebeke Wood Across The Haanebeck Stream Beyond Which Are Seen Some German Pill Boxes In Front of the Trees ' Wonderful double page sketch in sepia by A. Forestier from material Supplied by an Eye Witness

A Great Moslem Ceremony Under British Protection: The Holy Carpet Pilgrimage Leaving Cairo for Mecca - ' The Sultan of Egypts Bodyguard, With THe Mosque of Sultan Hassan in the Background ' - - - ' Keeping Beautiful Alignment: A Guard of Honour of egyptian Infantry at the Ceremony in Cairo ' - - - The Egyptian Band in Cairo ' - - - ' A Gift of the British Army: The Sacred Camel That Carries The MAhmal ' - - - ' With The Sacred Mahmal ( Palanquin ) in the Centre: The Holy Carpet Procession Leaving The Citadel in Cairo ' - - - Attended By Red Cross Ladies: Convalescent British Soldiers Watching the Holy Carpet Ceremonies From their Enclosure Ilst ' - - - ' Fresh From the looms and Hung on View in the Royal Kiosk - The Holy Carpet to Be Conveyed in the Pilgrimage to Mecca '

' Among the Booty Taken by The British at Baghdad - A Sealed packet of Tickets of the Baghdad Railway '

' An Item in one of Germanys Pet Schemes For Penetrating Asia: A Captured Baghdad Railway Ticket '

' With The Navy In The Mediterranean: On the Look Out for Submarines '

Leaving Cairo to a Salute of Guns: The Holy Carpet - 'Escorted by Its Weavers in Cairo ' - - - ' Guarded by Egyptian Police and Its Weavers: The Hangings With The Holy Carpet In Cairo ' - - - ' Ready to fire a Salute: Guns of the Citadel '

' The Soldiers Perished in Masses: General Yanushkevitch Testifying to General Sukhomlinoff's Failure to Provide The Russian Army With Munitions ' Double page before the Cassation Department of the Senate in the hall of the Military and Naval Officers Club in Petrograd

Officers on the Role of Honour, Small Portrait Photos of Each Man Killed in Action - ' 2nd Lieut D. G. W. Hewitt VC Hampshire Regt - - - Major A. G. Smythe RGA of Priory Cottage Plympton Devon - - - Lieut Col Brian S. Phillpotts DSO formerly Headmaster of Bedford School - - - Capt Noel G. Chavasse VC RAMC - - - 2nd Lieut E. Scott Waring Green Middx Regt of pretoria South Africa - - - Lt Col Lord Robert Manners CMG DSO Northumberland Fusiliers - - - Major B. H. Alderson Indian Cavalry of Wellfield House, Barnsley - - - Capt W. Dermott Cooper of Manor Place, Edinburgh and Glenturret West, Ayrshire Yeomanry - - - Lieut Oscar McMaking RFC - - - Major Herbert F. Hollins RGA of Field House, MArchington - - - Major H. S. Semple Royal Engineers of Budleigh Salterton Devonshire - - -Lieut Charles Beuers Scott Canadian Battalion of Quellette Avenue, Windsor, Ontario - - - Lt Bertram V. Brocklebank Coldstream Guards, of Higher Broughton Manchester - - - Brig Gen F. Aylmer Maxwell VC CSI DSO - - - Capt Gerald P. Manson MC Somerset Light Infantry - - - 2nd Lt R. S. MacGeough-Bond RFSA of Leasbrook, Monmouth - - - 2nd Lieut P. W. C. Northcroft Rifle Brigade os Sussex Place, Regents Park - - - Captain J. I. Cohen Devonshire Regt of College Avenue Plymouth - - - 2nd Lieut G. Warrington Army Service Corps of Sefton Park Liverpool - - - 2nd Lieut Oscar W. Campbell Royal Engineers '

The Postal Censorship - ' Sorting a Newly Arrived Mail for Sending To Various Departments ' ladies sorting the mail

Sorting Mail bags and Despatching Them Up a Shoot to Be Opened by Examiners '

' The Censorship of Business Correspondence: On e of the Rooms in Which Commercial Letters are Examined '

' Examining Enemy Securities and Financial documents '

' Women Censors - The Room Where Letters to British Prisoners of War In Enemy Countries are Examined '

' Women Censors: Teh Room Where Letters to and From German Prisoners of War Are Examined '

The Campaign Against Evil Communications: The Elaborate Work of the Postal Censorship - ' Th Chemist Comes in to Action: The Laboratory Where Suspicious Postal Matter Is Chemically Examined '

' The Condemned Letters Room: Handling Missives to Be Detained Until The End of the War ' ' Condemned Letters: A Repository Where They Are Indexed and Stacked for Detention During the War '

' A Tube of Coffee Concealed in a Roll of Newspapers: Detecting Attempts to Smuggle Necessaries into Germany By Newspaper Post '

' Intercepting Enemy Trade: Samples of Jewellery Sent to Neutral Countries from Germany '

' Now in the Censors Museum: Parcels of Food Stuffs Sent By Letter Post Addressed to People in Germany '

' AN Americans Satirical Present for the Kaiser: Pieces of Bread and Two Bones; With The Wrapper Addressed to Him '

The Postal Censorship: Museum Relics: Deciphering Languages - ' Captures from German Mails Now in the Censors Museum: An Iron Cross 1st Class With Zeppelin and Lusitania Medals '

' Attempts to Smuggle Rubber and Leather Through The Post as Photographs: Relics in the Postal Censors Museum '

' The Uncommon Languages Room: Receptacles for Malay,. Czech, Slovak, Ruthenian, Hungarian adn Arabic Letters '

' The Assistant Censors Room '

' Woman As Detective: Searching Mails for Hidden Communications and Enemy Exports Concealed in Newspapers and Packages '

' Tabulating Information that Has Caused The Seizure of Securities and Financial Documents Worth Many Millions of Pounds to Germany '

' Beautiful Cretonnes Waring & Guillow ' Advert showing two designs of curtains

' Harrods Easy Chairs ' two designs

Ladies Page ' A Becoming Velours Hat ' - - - ' A Graceful Black Velvet Hat '

' In Paris: A Blighty for British Soldiers ' founded by Miss Lily Butler

' The International Fur Store 163 - 165 Regent Street ' a stole and a large muff

' United States Troops in Training in France: Machine Gun Practise

' United States Troops Training in France: Bayonetting A Dummy '

' Swan Fountain Pens ' advert

' Jubol a Physiological Laxative ' advert

' The Motor in War: A Wolseley Armoured Car '

' The Menin Road Battle: Watching The Effects of a British Artillery Barrage

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Science Jottings, TheWar on Big Game Animals by W. P. Pycraft

Germany and The Baghdad Railway

Ladies Page by Filomena

The Chronicle of the Car by W. W.


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General Maistre - The Victor in the Aisne Heights Battle ' front page

' Troops Being Taken to the Fron In Motor Lorries - The Western Front '

' The New Flag of the King of Hedjaz ' soldiers in the desert holding up the flag

'I n His Tent - The Emir Faissal Son of the King of Hedjaz with other Arab Notables '

' The Observer of a German Aeroplane Surrendering During an Air Fight ' to a french plane

' Catering for Troops on the March - A Travelling Canteen provided by British Women (The National Temperance Association) ..'

' American Engineers on the British Front Highly Valued for their Knowledg of Railway Construction '

' Two Scottish Soldiers Sitting on the Remains of a German Pill Box '

' American Engineers on the British Front at Work on Light Railways '

Seaplane Hangers on Board Cruising Ships

' Starting from the Hangar to Chase Miel An Enemy Plane - Hoisting a Seaplane Out over The Ships Side '

' A Seaplane, On Its Return, Being Stowed Away and Securely Housed in the Hanger '

Plus two other related photographs

Full page


The Late Sultan of Egypt - Funeral Procession in Cairo of Sultan Hussein Kamel

' Preceding the Coffin - Egyptian Infantry with Arms Reversed ...'

' In The Ataba-El-Khadra Square - Crowded House Tops, Balconies and Windows '

' Deputations from Egyptian Colleges and Institutions ' SleekburnC.

' Representing Defenders of Egypt - British and Australian Mounted Troops '

' The Draped Coffin, With The Sultans Tarboosh in Front, Borne Through the Ataba-el-Khadra - Teh Trafalgar Square of Cairo ' full page showing the crowds lining the streets


' The Japanes Flag with the Stars and Stripes - New York School Children CHeering the Japanese Mission '

' The Japanes Mission Leaving the City Hall at New York '

' The Japanese Mission Looking at the New York Sky Line - Viscount Ishii - Ambassador Amiro Sato on Boar a War Ship '

' LIberty Loan Celebrations in New York - Marching Through Wall Street '

' New York Inaugurating the Loan Campaign - Mayor Mitchell Addressing "Liberty" Bond Salesmen at City Hall '

' School Childrens part in the "Liberty" loan Celebrations - Girls and boys Outsdide the City Hall at New York '

'... "Liberty Bank" - Mayor Mitchell Hoisting the Flag Over The New Building '


' On The Western Front - A German Aeroplane Enfilading Wagon Lines At Dusk ' a full page drawn by R. Caton Woodville - soldiers trying to calm frightened horses


British Navy Protecting Merchant Ships - A Convoy

' Merchant SHipping under War Conditions - Steamers Proceeding to Take Their Places in a Convoy

' After a Long Night - A Convoy at Sea With Its Naval Escort '

' The British Navy Escorting - A General View of a Convoy During A Boyage '

' The Navy as Postman - A Craft Flying the White Ensign Delivering Despatches to a Vessel in the Convoy '

Wonderful double page with small article making mention of HM ship Mary Rose and Lieut. Commander Charles L. Fox - - HM Ship Strongbow and Lieutenant commander Edward Brooke


A Super Zeppelin That TRaided England Captured Intact in France - L 49

' View of the crashed Zeppelin '

' One of the Petrol Tanks '

' A Blanket or Rug Belonging to One of the Crew '

' Photograph showing the Top of the Zeppelin ...'

' Showing Her " Power Eggs " Navigating Cabin and Other Details '

' The Zeppelin L49 After Descendin bear Bourbonne les Bains '

' Showing the Silencer, AIr Scoops and Exhaust Pipe - One of the Engines of Zeppelin L49 ...' SleekburnC.

' Points of the L49 - Two Power Eggs with Silencer and Bomb Trap - Also the Main Gangway with Petrol Tanks '

Nine photographs - four by Alfieri


' Looking Down on A Twin Engined Enemy Aeroplane the Gotha - With a Diagram Showing Details ' Full page

' British Troops Advancing Behind a Heavy Barrage Fire of our Artillery on the Western Front - an Early Morning Advance at Dawn ' double page drawn by A. Forestier

' A French Artillery observation Post in Flanders - Front and Side View ' engraving

' A Rear View of a German Pill Box Captured by the French '

' A Modern German Pill Box in Flanders ' small plan

' Loopholed for machine Guns - The Thick End of a German Concrete Pill Box Facing in the Direction of a Hostile Advance '



The Roll of Honour - Officers Killed in Action or In The Service of Their Country Directly Incidental to the Great War

' Captain Hassell D. Field - RAMC - Qualified at St Thomas's Hospital '

' Flt Sub Lieut Geoffrey G. Bowman - RNAS - of Leeds'

' 2nd Lt Bernard W. A. James - London Irish Rifles - of Hendon '

' 2nd Lieut Montagu W. Markham - Scots Guards - Son of Lieut Gen Sir Edwin Markham '

' Lieut Frederick G. Scott - pCanadian Forces Artillery - of Toronto Canada '

' Major Conrad Hugh Dinwiddy - RGA - of The Manor House, Blackheath '

' Major T. Somerville Beaumont - Manchester Regiment - of Wilmslow '

' Major Hon. Henry Cecil Vane - RFA - Son of Lord Barnard '

' Lieut. Colonel Robert Whitehead Hammond - R. Fusiliers - of South House in Oxted '

' Lieut. Colonel N. M. Teacher DSO - R. Scots Fusiliers - of Edinburgh '

' Major Thomas Stewart MC - Royal Scots - of Edinburgh '

' Lieut. Col. Cyril Benton Johnson - Sherwood Foresters - of Stockport '

' Major F. C. Dinan - Essex Regt. - of Rushbrooke in Co. Cork '

' Captain Cecil H. J. Griffin - RFC of Berridon Hall in Bradworthy Devon '

' Lieut. Eric Macintosh - Hertfords Regt ' SleekburnC.

' Captain W. V. Trevor Rooper - Yeomanry Attd. RFC '

' 2nd Lieut. The Hon. Denis Buxton - Coldstream Guards - Son of Viscount Buxton '

' Lieut. Commander C. L. Fox RN Killed on Board HMS Mary Rose '

Full page of photographs of each man


' Gong Soups ' advert

' With The United States Troops in France - Watering the Horses '

' Wolsey Pure Wool Underwear ' advert - full page

Fashion - ' A Couple of Original and Becoming Winter Coats '

' Harrods Settees - A Chesterfield - £15 1d8 6d. ' advert

' Charles packer and Co Ltd - Goldsmiths and Silversmiths ' Various military brooches etc - advert

' The International Fur Store 163 - 165 Regent Street ' advert - two stole and muff designs in chinchilla and Tasmanian Opossum and Skunk

' In Paris - A Concert in the Canteen of the Gare Du Nord '

' In Belgium - An Impromptu Canoe on the Yser '

' Some BSA Exclusive Features - Countershaft Three Speed Gear ' advert

' Bulmers Champagne Cider ' advert

' The Church Army ' appeal

' Ammunition pack Horses Arriving on Ground Newly Won fron the Germans '

' Hamptons Warm Down Quilts ' advert

' A Standard Light Car Near Rugby - The Lodge, Easenhall '

' A Rover, Running Successfully on Coal Gas '

' Wrights Coal Tar Soap - THe Soldiers Soap ' advert showing four soldiers wahsing in bowls

' Rowlands Macassar Oil ' advert

' Smiths Allies Watches ' advert

' Tatcho The Hair Grower ' advert


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Our Note Book by G. K. Chesterton

Science Jottings, The Peril of the Anglo Saxon by W. P. Pycraft

New Novels include reviews of Love and Hatred by Mrs Bellock Lowndes - - - Christine by Mrs Alice Cholmondeley - - - Under The Hermes by Richard Dehan - - - Ninety Six House Leave by Stephen McKenna

The Life of Sir Charles Dilke SleekburnC.

The Unsoldierlike Sub - A letter from the Front

Ladies Page by Filomena

Poets in Khaki and In Mufti

Adverts of the day


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A Heavy Howitzer Ready for Action of the Flanders Front ' full front page photograph

' Chequers Court - An Official Country Residence for Future Prime Ministers '

' Presented to the Nation by Sir Arthur Lee MP for Future Premiers - The South Front at Chequers Court '


On The British and Belgian Fronts:

' British Gunners Preparing to Detonate an Unexploded German Shell - Dealing with Enemy Duds '

' A German Shell Exploding Miel in a Village on the Western Front '

' A Gun Placed in Position Among the Ruins of a House - Belgian Artillry '

' Canadians Filling Sacks with Cartridge Casses Next to a Pile of Trench Mortar Bombs ' Sleekburnc.

Full page of photographs


' A British Battery Near Ypres Crossing Rain Sodden Ground Under Fire - "The Horses Sink Deep inthe Sticky Mud, While Every Now and Then One SLips into a Shell Hole" ...' a wonderful page "Drawn by Wallace Coop from Material Supplied by an Eye Witness "


Scenes on and Near The British Front During Recent Battle:

' Glencorse Wood - A German Shell Bursting '

' Shells Exploding In a "Village" Behind the Canadian Lines ' a flattened landscape

' Running Trench Material Up Through a Captured Village on a Light Railway '

' German Prisoners at Ypres ' standing nxt to ruins

' Mules Drawing Scrapers to Level Shell Torn Ground for Stacking of Ammunition ' a crowd of soldiers working

' A British Battery Near the Ypres Zonnebeke Road '

' A Machine Gun used Against Aircraft '

' French Girls Drying Shirts for British Soldiers ' lines and lines of clothes with the french ladies pegging out the washing

' An Ingenious Canadian Cook in Support Lines Building an Oven, and Wearing Slippers Made from a German Aeroplane Tyre '

' A Brigade of Australian Field Artillery ' the men with their horses and artillery

' Officers Directing Operations by Telephone During a Recent Action on the Western Front ' - In an undeground trench or bunker

Double page of photographs


The War Canal Service - Kennet and Avon Canal

' Poling and Guidina a Barge Through At One of the Under Bridge Passages '

' Getting OUt the Tow Horses in Readiness for a Days Work '

' A Tow Horse Pulling a Barge with a Soldier in Charge '

' Having a Break - Soldiers With Barge Traffic Experience Acting as Instructors '

' A Soldier Working the Paddle Sluice at a Lock '

' Barges Fitted with Bow Fenders ar Passing In Between the Gates of a Lock '

' Two Barges Berthed Side by Side inside a Lock '

Full page


On The Battlefront

' The Entrance to a Thick Concrete Walled Bomb Proof Roofed German Trenh Dug Out - On a Battlefield Near Lens '

' A Crater Formed by a Shell Burst Measuring SEventy Five Yards n Circumference '

' A Captured German Trench Stronghold Near Lens '

' A German OP near Lens - A Hollow Structure Camouflaged with Foliage and BArk as A Tree Trunk ...'

' In a Captured Trench - An Artillery Reserve Store with a Camouflaged Howitzer Carriage '

' A Battlefield Motor Train Running Between the Trenches and The Rear Lines '

' TheTump Line Device of the North American I@ndians As In Use on the Western Front - a Party Loading up With Barbed Wire and Iron Stakes for Trench Entanglements '

' Tump Liners en Route with Their Loads Going Forward in Indian File with their Loads Exxxactly as the Redskins Did '

' Protecting a REd Cross Dressing Station with Sandbags '


' Aerial Photograph by a British Airman on 27 Sept 1917 - The Great German Aerodrome at St Denis Westrem Showing Aeroplanes Outside Hangars ' Sleekburnc.

Aerial photographs

' Showing a Shed Burnt OUt by a NBritish Bom a the Aerodrome at St Denis Westrem Photographed on 1 Oct ' hand written "shed burnt out"

' Showing German Aeroplanes in a Small Field Owing to British Bomb Craters at St Denis Westrem Aerodrome - Photographed on 30 September from a British Aircraft '

' Showing British Bombs Dropping at Gontrode Aerodrome on 29 September ...' with hand written notes

' A British Airmans Photograph of 30 Sept of the German Aerodrome at Gontrode ' with hand written notes

' Gontrode Aerodrome on 1 October '


' Senegalese Battalion Training in France Adjusting Their Gasmasks on the Order " Alerte Aux Gaz!"...' a wonderful full page from a drawing by L. Sabattier - a well dressed young lady and an older man watches on as an officer explains the drill to a soldier

' British Mobile Anti Aircraft Guns in Action - Mounted on Motor Cars Clamped to the Ground for Stability ar Two British " Archies " Directing Rapid Fire ...' full page from a wondeful drawing by Daryl Lindsay

' The German Science of Hospital Bombing - A Wrecked Ward Where Nurses and Wouded Were Killed at a French Military Hospital at Vadelaincourt ' interior

' Where a Surgeon and A Wounded soldier Under Operatiuon Were Killed and Chief Doctor Severely Wounded - A Wrecked Operating Room at Vadelaincourt ' the only unhurt survivor stands in the room, a doctor

' A French Aeroplane Fitted with Wireless Telegraphy ' with a pilot or mechanic leaning against the wing

' Showing the Wheel on Which the Wire of the Atenna is Coiled in the Wireless telegraphy Post Inside the Aeroplane '

' A Night Tine Scene at Tower Bridge on the Thames in London - A Curtain Fire of Many Shrapnel Shells With Searchlights in Action Over the Thames ' a wonderful double page drawn by Charles Pears


With the Army in Mesopotamia - Garrison Scenes in Baghdad

' Sepoys Near the City in Cars of the Bagdad Kadhiman Tramways '

' Drawing Water Supplies for Indian Troops - Carts with Metal Water Cans oat a Watering Place on the Tigris '

' Drawing Water Supplies for British Troops - A Mule Water Cart Being Filled From the River '

' Sepoy Battalion Orderlies and Transport Vehiles at Ration Time '

' A British Infantry Battalion ont he march Along One of the Main Thoroughfares rowded with ARab and other Natives and Residents of Bagdad '

' Sir Stanley Maude and Captain Musgrave ADC Riding Through Baghdad ' full page photograph by Dunn

' Spades Conquer Bayonets in a Man to Man Fight at Zonnebeke Wood in Menin Road Battle - A Party of Scots Suddenly Attacked by a German Surprise Sortie Fron Shelters ' a full page "Drawn by A. Forestier from Material Supplied by an Eye Witness"

' National WAr Bonds ' full page advert with a sketch drawn by Jagger

' A Canadian Kitchen in a Trench '

' A Canadian Cook Making Tea in the Line '

' A Canadian About To Go ON Leave Takes His Tunic to the Tailors Shop for Repairs '

' Enos FRuit Salt ' advert

' Cavanders Army Club Cigarettes ' advert

' Grands Magasins du Louvre of Paris - Uniforms and Equipment ' advert

' German Notice in French on a SMall Truck in a Village Captured by Canadians '

' A German Name Given to a Street Outside Lens - A Canadian Officer Reading the Sign ' Sleekburnc.

' Tatcho The Hair Grower ' advert

' Cameron Safety Self Fillers - Pen ' advert

' Infantry Crossing a Stream After having Driven Back teh Enemy '

' The Burfron Naval Weatherproof without Fron Openings - From Burberry fo Haymarket Lonson ' advert

' Wolsey Underwear ' advert

' Harrods Model Fur Coats - the Rosamund in Musquash - 25 Guineas ' advert

' On the Western Front - Repairing a Gun for Use in the Advance '

' A Gate for Stopping Raids on the Western Front '

' Thre International Fur Store - Natural Musquash Coat with Collar and Cuffs of Skunk- £95 ' advert

' Harrods Footwear ' showing seven designs of shoes fro 25/9d to 45/-

' Formamint for Mouth and Throat ' advert

' Dug Outs Near an Overflow fro mthe Ypres Comines Canal '

' Kooksjoie Everready Range for Cooking and Hot Water ' advert

' Devon Fires ; fireplace advert

' Marshal and Snelgrove - fur Trimmed Suit ' advert

' Chiffon Velvet Charmeuse ' advert

' A Sunbeam Car near the Equator '

' The British Repair Staff Busy with Austins in Turkey - Preparing a Meal '

' Three Nus Tobacco from Bells ' advert

' Wilkinsons Razors ' advert

' Watermans Ideal Fountain pen ' advert

' Ovaltine ' advert

' The Valet Auto Strop Safety Razor ' half page advert showing razor and strop

' Greys Cigarettes - The Woman Trooper Mrs Christian Davis ' full page advert showing the lady in the uniform of the Greys Dragoons on her horse - tinted in red colour

' On the Western Front - Neaqr Ypres Salient ' photograph on front advertising cover

' Fox's Puttes ' advert

' Carters Self Propelled Bath Chairs ' advert < p>



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Science Jottings - Butter and Its Substitutes by FL

New Novels include Finished by sir H., Rider Haggard - - - When Michael Came to Town by Mme Albanesi - - - The Ivory Tower by Henry James

Literature - REviews of Memoirs of General Sir Henry Hallam Parr by Mr Fisher unwin - - - A Doctor in DCamaraland by Edward Arnold

The Chronicle of the Car by W. W. Sleekburnc.

Chess Problem By H. F. L. Meyer


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' Flanders Battlefield - Coping With Mud ' six photographs with reference to Passchendaale Ridge - Irish Guardsmen - Houlthulst Forest '

' Portuguese Presidents Visit: At The Front and in England - 'Senhor Machado on the French Front at A Bombarded Village with Portuguese Premier Senhor Costa and President Poincare ' - - - ' Senhor Machado's Goodbye to Sir Douglas Haig ' - - - ' The President Holding a Review of the Portuguese Force '

' King George Leaving After His Return Visit to The Portuguese president and Premier '

' President Machado and The Prime Minister Senhor Costa '

' Amid the Ruins of Ypres - During an Interval of Dry Weather: Dust Clouds Surrounding a Carriage Load of British Soldiers Driving Through Ypres to the Front ' Double page

' When Enemy Aircraft Approach: How Paris is Warned By Syren ' Four photographs

' With A Boy Scout as Bugler - A Special Constable's Car Giving The All Clear Notice After The Recent Zeppelin Raid on London ' Wonderful full page by "Our Special Artist S. Begg"

' Chang Hsun's Rebellion in China - ' At The US Legation in Pekin During The Rebellion: American Marines Closing The Street Gate ' - - - ' Republican Troops Scaling The City Wall By Chang Hsuns House ' - - - ' TheSiege of the Forbidden City: Republicans Assailants Barricading a Gate '

Chang Hsuns Rebellion - ' General Chang Hsun ' - - - ' Imperial Flags over Pekin ' - - - Republicans with Mountain Guns ' - - - ' Republican Troops Using A Mountain Gun: A Breach in the Walls of the Imperial City Opposite Chang Hsun's House '

' Deck passengers of an Exceptional Kind Going Over to Help Win the War on the Western Front: Railway Engines For troop and Munition Traffic in France at Sea in an October Gale ' Full page Drawn by Charles Pears showing the steam Engines on the deck of a ship

' Reconstructing a Shipyard ' a sketch by Mr Muirhead Bone

' Building a Standard Ship: The Interior of the Hull seen From the Bows Before the Framing is Complete or Bulk Heads are Fitted ' a sketch by Mr Muirhead Bone

' Lowering a Boiler into a Ship ' sketch by Mr Muirhead Bone

' Underneath a Ship ' a sketch by Mr Muirhead Bone

' To Famous French Soldiers, Pegouds Memorial Unveiled With Alsatian Children Who Sold Souvenir Medals '

' The French Manner of Honouring The Graves of their Dead: A Cemetery for Fallen Soldiers on The Aisne '

' Cadets for Commissions in training for The Front - - - How to Salute - - - Parade Ground Slow March Drill - - - Marking Time - - - Parading Before Marching to The Riding School - - - Royal Engineer Section in a Lecture Room - - - An RE Section Being Instructed in Trestle and Pontoon Bridge Construction '

' Artillery Cadets in Training For the Front - - - Man Handling a Field Piece - - - On the Drill Ground with a Field Artillery Gun - - - A Cadet Gun Squad and Their Gun During Gun laying Drill - - - A Cadet Field Gun Team Fighting Its Gun - - - Field Guns Aligned For Action Front Engaging An Enemy In the Open - - - Gun Motioning Trail Right or Left to the Gun Layer with the Traversing Lever in Rear - - - Loading The Next Round into the Breech Chamber - - - EXamining Details of the Breech Mechanism of a Field Howitzer - - - Instruction in Gun Sights and Their Workings '

' Some of the ANZACS 3000 Prisoners at Broodseinde - The Capture of Pill Boxes by Australians on the Way to Zonnebeke: Taking Prisoners From Five Strong Points Near Retaliation Farm ' Wonderful double page in sepia "Drawn by A. Forestier from Material Supplied by an Eye Witness"

' US Troops Training in France ' seven photographs on a double page

Officers on the Role of Honour, Small Portrait Photos of Each Man Killed in Action - Col. G. H. Griffith RE - - -2nd Lt Edmund Davison of Gordon Square, R. Sussex Regt - - - Major Sidney Miles Toppin MC RGA of Branksome park Bournemouth - - - Capt Gerard L. Hill Lincoln Regt - - - Major Stanley G. Gibbs ASC Anzac Corps of Abingdon Court W - - - Capt The Hon Henry Feilding Coldstream Guards Son of the Earl of Denbigh - - - Captain Peter Mello RN of Rosebank, Sidley Bexhill on Sea - - - Lieut J. H. B. Wedderspoon RFA and RFC - - - Capt and Adjt. Geoffrey S. Wallington KR Rifle Corps - - - Lt Col Laurnece Godman DSO RA of Smeaton Northallerton - - - 2nd Lieut Derek P. Cox RFC - - - Flight Commr. John D. Newberry RN of the Orange Free State - - - Capt Thomas Stanley Spittle MA of Newport, Monmouthshire Regt - - - 2nd Lt A. F. W. Greeves N. Staffs Regt of Oakamoor Staffs - - - 2nd Lieut William H. Hall RFA of Roydon Lancs - - - Lieut E. N. White Middx Regt of Ottawa Canada - - - Capt L. F. Reincke of Denmark Hill, D of Wellingtons Regt - - - Major Charles Ellis Beatson RFA - - - 2nd Lt J. W. Greeves N. Staffs Regt Son of the Rev A. Wellesley Greeves of Oakamoor - - - 2nd Lieut Johbn Lancashire Barlow RFC of Wivenhoe Hall Essex - - -2nd Lieut George A. Manning MC RE of Hassocks - - - Major Clarence Evelyn Beerbohm of the Lancers and RFC '

' At One of the French Forts in The Verdun District - The King of Italy During a Recent Visit Exploring a Communication Trench '

' Harrods Footwear for Ladies ' Advert showing six designs

' Burberry RFC Kit ' Advert

' Chinese Officer Visitors to The French Meuse Front '

' Steel Helmeted Chinese Officers Being Shown Round By French Officer Hosts Ilst '

' On The French Front on the Upper Marne: A Heavy Position Gun on the Line of March By Road '

' MIlitary Jewellery of Highest Quality - The Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd - Royal Artillery Badge Brooch - Royal Navy Cap Badge Brooch - Diamond Staff Badge Brooch - Royal Flying Corps Badge Brooch ' Advert

Cameron Safety Self Filler ' advert for the fountain pen

' A Topical Present For The Lord Mayor: Colonel Sir W. H. Dunn's Model Aeroplane '

' The Box and Bullet: A Story Without Words ' shows a soldiers Greys Silk Cut Virginia Cigarette box which stopped a bullet

' Horlicks Malted Milk Tablets '

' Chess Problem by F. W. Walton '

' A Napier 30-50 hp in Carlton House Terrace '

' East Africa: The Motor Cycle Corps Leaving Kilossa, BSA Motor Cycles '

' Napier Motor Carriage ' Advert

' Swan Fountpen ' advert

' Watermans Ideal Fountain Pen ' advert

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Our Note Book by G. K. Chesterton

Science Jottings, The Coming of the Metric System by F. L.

Ladies Page by Filomena

The Chronicle of the Car by W. W.


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General Maistre - The Victor in the Aisne Heights Battle ' front page

' Troops Being Taken to the Fron In Motor Lorries - The Western Front '

' The New Flag of the King of Hedjaz ' soldiers in the desert holding up the flag

'I n His Tent - The Emir Faissal Son of the King of Hedjaz with other Arab Notables '

' The Observer of a German Aeroplane Surrendering During an Air Fight ' to a french plane

' Catering for Troops on the March - A Travelling Canteen provided by British Women (The National Temperance Association) ..'

' American Engineers on the British Front Highly Valued for their Knowledg of Railway Construction '

' Two Scottish Soldiers Sitting on the Remains of a German Pill Box '

' American Engineers on the British Front at Work on Light Railways '

Seaplane Hangers on Board Cruising Ships

' Starting from the Hangar to Chase Miel An Enemy Plane - Hoisting a Seaplane Out over The Ships Side '

' A Seaplane, On Its Return, Being Stowed Away and Securely Housed in the Hanger '

Plus two other related photographs

Full page


The Late Sultan of Egypt - Funeral Procession in Cairo of Sultan Hussein Kamel

' Preceding the Coffin - Egyptian Infantry with Arms Reversed ...'

' In The Ataba-El-Khadra Square - Crowded House Tops, Balconies and Windows '

' Deputations from Egyptian Colleges and Institutions ' SleekburnC.

' Representing Defenders of Egypt - British and Australian Mounted Troops '

' The Draped Coffin, With The Sultans Tarboosh in Front, Borne Through the Ataba-el-Khadra - Teh Trafalgar Square of Cairo ' full page showing the crowds lining the streets


' The Japanes Flag with the Stars and Stripes - New York School Children CHeering the Japanese Mission '

' The Japanes Mission Leaving the City Hall at New York '

' The Japanese Mission Looking at the New York Sky Line - Viscount Ishii - Ambassador Amiro Sato on Boar a War Ship '

' LIberty Loan Celebrations in New York - Marching Through Wall Street '

' New York Inaugurating the Loan Campaign - Mayor Mitchell Addressing "Liberty" Bond Salesmen at City Hall '

' School Childrens part in the "Liberty" loan Celebrations - Girls and boys Outsdide the City Hall at New York '

'... "Liberty Bank" - Mayor Mitchell Hoisting the Flag Over The New Building '


' On The Western Front - A German Aeroplane Enfilading Wagon Lines At Dusk ' a full page drawn by R. Caton Woodville - soldiers trying to calm frightened horses


British Navy Protecting Merchant Ships - A Convoy

' Merchant SHipping under War Conditions - Steamers Proceeding to Take Their Places in a Convoy

' After a Long Night - A Convoy at Sea With Its Naval Escort '

' The British Navy Escorting - A General View of a Convoy During A Boyage '

' The Navy as Postman - A Craft Flying the White Ensign Delivering Despatches to a Vessel in the Convoy '

Wonderful double page with small article making mention of HM ship Mary Rose and Lieut. Commander Charles L. Fox - - HM Ship Strongbow and Lieutenant commander Edward Brooke


A Super Zeppelin That TRaided England Captured Intact in France - L 49

' View of the crashed Zeppelin '

' One of the Petrol Tanks '

' A Blanket or Rug Belonging to One of the Crew '

' Photograph showing the Top of the Zeppelin ...'

' Showing Her " Power Eggs " Navigating Cabin and Other Details '

' The Zeppelin L49 After Descendin bear Bourbonne les Bains '

' Showing the Silencer, AIr Scoops and Exhaust Pipe - One of the Engines of Zeppelin L49 ...' SleekburnC.

' Points of the L49 - Two Power Eggs with Silencer and Bomb Trap - Also the Main Gangway with Petrol Tanks '

Nine photographs - four by Alfieri


' Looking Down on A Twin Engined Enemy Aeroplane the Gotha - With a Diagram Showing Details ' Full page

' British Troops Advancing Behind a Heavy Barrage Fire of our Artillery on the Western Front - an Early Morning Advance at Dawn ' double page drawn by A. Forestier

' A French Artillery observation Post in Flanders - Front and Side View ' engraving

' A Rear View of a German Pill Box Captured by the French '

' A Modern German Pill Box in Flanders ' small plan

' Loopholed for machine Guns - The Thick End of a German Concrete Pill Box Facing in the Direction of a Hostile Advance '



The Roll of Honour - Officers Killed in Action or In The Service of Their Country Directly Incidental to the Great War

' Captain Hassell D. Field - RAMC - Qualified at St Thomas's Hospital '

' Flt Sub Lieut Geoffrey G. Bowman - RNAS - of Leeds'

' 2nd Lt Bernard W. A. James - London Irish Rifles - of Hendon '

' 2nd Lieut Montagu W. Markham - Scots Guards - Son of Lieut Gen Sir Edwin Markham '

' Lieut Frederick G. Scott - pCanadian Forces Artillery - of Toronto Canada '

' Major Conrad Hugh Dinwiddy - RGA - of The Manor House, Blackheath '

' Major T. Somerville Beaumont - Manchester Regiment - of Wilmslow '

' Major Hon. Henry Cecil Vane - RFA - Son of Lord Barnard '

' Lieut. Colonel Robert Whitehead Hammond - R. Fusiliers - of South House in Oxted '

' Lieut. Colonel N. M. Teacher DSO - R. Scots Fusiliers - of Edinburgh '

' Major Thomas Stewart MC - Royal Scots - of Edinburgh '

' Lieut. Col. Cyril Benton Johnson - Sherwood Foresters - of Stockport '

' Major F. C. Dinan - Essex Regt. - of Rushbrooke in Co. Cork '

' Captain Cecil H. J. Griffin - RFC of Berridon Hall in Bradworthy Devon '

' Lieut. Eric Macintosh - Hertfords Regt ' SleekburnC.

' Captain W. V. Trevor Rooper - Yeomanry Attd. RFC '

' 2nd Lieut. The Hon. Denis Buxton - Coldstream Guards - Son of Viscount Buxton '

' Lieut. Commander C. L. Fox RN Killed on Board HMS Mary Rose '

Full page of photographs of each man


' Gong Soups ' advert

' With The United States Troops in France - Watering the Horses '

' Wolsey Pure Wool Underwear ' advert - full page

Fashion - ' A Couple of Original and Becoming Winter Coats '

' Harrods Settees - A Chesterfield - £15 1d8 6d. ' advert

' Charles packer and Co Ltd - Goldsmiths and Silversmiths ' Various military brooches etc - advert

' The International Fur Store 163 - 165 Regent Street ' advert - two stole and muff designs in chinchilla and Tasmanian Opossum and Skunk

' In Paris - A Concert in the Canteen of the Gare Du Nord '

' In Belgium - An Impromptu Canoe on the Yser '

' Some BSA Exclusive Features - Countershaft Three Speed Gear ' advert

' Bulmers Champagne Cider ' advert

' The Church Army ' appeal

' Ammunition pack Horses Arriving on Ground Newly Won fron the Germans '

' Hamptons Warm Down Quilts ' advert

' A Standard Light Car Near Rugby - The Lodge, Easenhall '

' A Rover, Running Successfully on Coal Gas '

' Wrights Coal Tar Soap - THe Soldiers Soap ' advert showing four soldiers wahsing in bowls

' Rowlands Macassar Oil ' advert

' Smiths Allies Watches ' advert

' Tatcho The Hair Grower ' advert


This second part of the description features a list of articles, etc but have no images associated with the subject matter unless listed above. They include :-

Our Note Book by G. K. Chesterton

Science Jottings, The Peril of the Anglo Saxon by W. P. Pycraft

New Novels include reviews of Love and Hatred by Mrs Bellock Lowndes - - - Christine by Mrs Alice Cholmondeley - - - Under The Hermes by Richard Dehan - - - Ninety Six House Leave by Stephen McKenna

The Life of Sir Charles Dilke SleekburnC.

The Unsoldierlike Sub - A letter from the Front

Ladies Page by Filomena

Poets in Khaki and In Mufti


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Keeping Watch in the Atlantic - ON Board a US Destroyer

' A Light Quick Firer on the Starboard Side With Breech Mechanism, Armoured Shield and Spray Cover '

' Swamped Under a Cascade of Foam '

' A Jackie in His Sea Kit With Service HAt, Brim Turned Up ' Getting a Quick Firer ready

' To Prevent Men Being Swept Overboard - Hnging on to One of the Fore and Aft Life Lines '

' The First Guns to Open Fire - The Forward Bow Chase Quick Firer With Its Armoured Shield ...'

' At The Steering Wheel n the Chart House Bridge - A Jackie Helmsman in Service Cap with Brim Down His Eyes on the Compass Card '


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Written The Night Befopre Her Execution: The Last Letter of Mary Queen ofr Scots

' Showing the Date, Feb 8 1587: The First Sheet of Her Letter to Her Brother in Law Henri III of France ' ' Signed Your Very Affectionate and Good Sister: The Third and Final Sheet (Facsimile Size) of Mary Queen of Scots' Last Leter ' Full page


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Captuired by the British - Beersheba and Gaza Front Scenes

' Gaza - A British Outpost at Seirat '

' Gaza - two British NCO's on OUtpost Duty With a Machine Gun '

' A Dip in the Sea for Horses and Men - British Cavalry on the Palestine Coast '

' An Outpost at Gaza Front - Men And Animals Resting '

' Captured By The British Forces Under General Allenby With 2636 Prisoners: Beersheba A View in the Town; The Victor of Beersheba, General Sir Edmund H. Allenby '


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With The Army Above Baghdad - Gunners and Highlanders

' Near Mushaid - Batter Mules Bringing Up Field Guns and Ammunition Wagons on the Turks' Beginning to Give Way '

' Scotland Represented on the Tigris and Euphrates - A Highland Battalion Halting for Further Orders While on the March '


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A Funeral at Windsor - The Burial of Prince Christian

' With Lord French Among The Pall Bearers - The Gun Carriage Bearing The Coffin Draped with the Union Jack Ilst '

' Followed By the Late Prince's Charger and The Royal Mourners: The Cortege on Its Way Through the Grounds of Windsor Castle '


' Royal Mourners - The King Between Prince Albert and The Duke of Connaught, Followed by Prince Henry Between the Marquess of Cambridge and Admiral of Milford Haven '


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' Bombed and Decorated at Two Days Old - A Dunkirk Baby - The Youngest Victim of German Air Bombs: A New Born infant in a Dunkirk Maternity Hospital Wearing the Ribbon Awarded to the Wounded ' The child being held by a nurse in uniform, a beautiful full page drawing by J. Simont in sepia style


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The Victory Which Made the Germans Retreat From the Chemin Des Dames - At Malmaison Fort; Boy Prisoners '

' Youthful Captives from The Prussian Guard and Various German Regiments: Boys Mostley Under Eighteen '

' Near a Fortified Farm Stronghold at Vaudesson - A Dump of Captured German Machine Guns with Abattis of Felled Trees in the Background '

' As They Arrived in The Cages After Marching From the Battlefield: Some of the Thousands of Prisoners '

' After Being Battered Nearly Shapeless By the French Bombardment: In Front of Fort Malmaison '

' ON The Way To Captivity: German Prisoners Dragging One of their Own Trench Mortars - In The Background, One of the Prisoner Columns Passing ' sketch by Lucien Jonas

' Stormed By French Bombers - At The Entrance to one of the Underground Passages Below Montparnasse Out Work

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' French Fishermen Doing Splendid Service, Like Their British Comrades Recently Thanked by Parliament: Mine Sweepers and Patrol Boats Leaving The Port of St Pierre Boulogne ' After a painting by Charles Fouqueray

' Found in One of Her Power Eggs - The Flag of Zeppelin Miel " L49 " Displayed by One of the French Airmen Who Brought Her Down ' near full page


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Anti U Boat Cruisers and Convoy Escorts French Dirigibles

' ' Communicating with an Isolated Lighthouse at Sea: A Photograph Taken From a French Dirigible '

' Manoeubring to Approach a Ship: The Crew of a French Dirigible Flying Over Sea, on the Fore Part of the3 Car '

' Showing the Two Motors and The Under part of the Envelope: Some of the Crew at the Stern of a Dirigible '

' Executing Repairs During Flight: A Mechanic on Board a Dirigible Mending The Port Motor While The Airship Proceeds with The Other '


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' The Blimp Told the Destroyer and the Destroyer Did The Rest: A British War Ship, Summoned By a Coast patrol Dirigible, Shelling A German Submarine ' a wonderful full page drawing by Charles Pears ROI '

Our Artillery in the Mud of Flanders - Man Hauling a Field Gun - 'Crossing a Battlefield in Pouring Rain, throgh Mud Heaving a Gun Forward with Drag Ropes, While Tam Horses Wait Near By ' full page drawing by Frederic de Haenen

' The Swan Fountpen ' five designs of fountain pens

' Women Workers Welcome the Queen - Her Majesty at Woolwich ' Dockyard with Major Gen Sir John Steevens

' Birdes Custard ' Advert

' Belgian Rifle Shooting practice at a Camp in Rear of the FlandersFront - A Marker Telephonis on Duty Near The Targets '

' The Man Who Held Up The German Cap[tain of Zeppelin L49 and Prevented ITs Being Set on Fire: Jules Boiteux A Veteran Recently Discharged From the Colours for Age '

' Toilet Table (dressing table) Mappin and Webb £145 ' advert

' The Serbian Relief Fund ' advert appeal

' Cameron Safety Self Fillers ' Pen advert for the Waverley Pen Works Birmingham

' ON the Western Front - A Roadside Strewn With Engineers and Railway Nems Supplies '

' Wilkinsons Razors ' advert

' Messrs Income Tax Claims Ltd ' advert

' Harrods Sports Model in Silk - 79/6 '

' Watermans Ideal Fountain Pen ' advert

' Burberry Carapace Air Suit - Sheath Armour for Knights of the Air - Burberrys Haymarket London SW1 ' advert

' The Home Beautiful Furnishing Fabric - Williamson & Cole Clapham ' advert

' Tatcho The Hair Grower ' advert ' With The US Navy in Wartime: A Guns Crew on Board An American War Ship '

' Built for the British Air Fleet: A Batch of CompletedHigh Power Aviation Engines at the Wolseley Works '

' Building High Powered AfviationEngines for The British Forces: Part of the Aluminium Machine Shop at The Wolseley Works '

' Harrods Boots for Farm Work ' advert

' Vauxhall War Pictures ' car advert

' Inexpensive Millinery Attractive Hat 49/- - Marshall & Snelgrove ' advert

' A 16 hp Sunbeam Outside the Carnegie Library, Georgetown British Guiana '

' The Hudson Super Six ' car advert

' The Six Cylinder Napier ' car advert

' Kooksjoie Eveready Range ' cooker advert

' An Oak Seat as Monument - A Memorial to Major E. P. Graves RFC on a Spot Where He Once Landed, At Churt '

' Devon Fires ' advert

' North British Clincher Motor Tyres - North British Rubber Co Ltd ' advert

' Carters Wicker Bath Chairs and Spinal Carriages 57/6 ' advert

' Greys Cigarettes ' advert - back dustcover

' Valet Auto Strop Safety Razor ' advert front dustcover

' Fox's Puttees ' advert front dustcover


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Also various articles including:
' Our Note Book by G. K. Chesterton '

' Science Jottings,Bent Arm and Str4aight Arm by F. L .'

' In The Himalayas ' with reference to Dr and Mrs Bullock Workman ( Fanny ) no photograph

' Collected Poems, Posthumous and Otherwise '

' The Chronicle of the Car by W. W.'


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A Captured German Aeroplane Being Towed by Light Horse to Their Camp in Palestine ' full front page from a photograph


Auguste Rodin and Examples of His Sculpture:

' Victor Hugo - Rodin's Monument to a Great Compatriot ...'

' The Late M. August Rodin ' photograph by Henri Manuel

' Busts by Rodin - Balzac - - La Duchesse de C.C. - - Minerva - - -Jean Paul ALurens '

' St Jean Baptiste ' Sleekburnc.

' Begun as Paolo and Francesca for the " Gate of Hell": Le Baiser ( The Kiss ) '

' Le Penseur - The Thinker '

' La Pensee - The Thought '

' The Burghers of Calais '

Double page


' Vielle Heaulmiere '


' Visiting the UK, President Wilson's Special Representative and The Mission from the USA - Colonel Edward M. House - Dr Page US Ambassador - General Tasker - Howard Bliss - W. S. Benson - Mr Oscar T. Crosby - Mr Vance C. McCormick - Mr Bainbridge Colby - Dr Alonzo E. Taylor - Mr Thomas Nelson Perkins - Mr Gordon Auchincloss ' and others - group photograph by Bassano

M. Venizelos the Premier of Greece at the Mansion House London ' group photograph of him and other speakers at the Anglo-Hellenic League including Mr Winston Churchill - Mr Balfour - Lord Curzon

' The Hon. Neil Primrose MP for WIsbech WHo Died of Wounds on the Eastern Front ' son of Lord Rosebery

' Monsieur Clemenceau Lunching With Officers at The Front '

' The Late Lieutenant General Sir Stanley MAude - The Captor of Baghdad '

' Inquiry into the Capture of Captain Stanley Wilson MP - The Court Presided Over By Lieut. General Sir Alfred Codringon ' court room with others

' Captain Stanley Wilson MP WHo Was Captured by an Enemy Submarine in the Mediterranean ' at the inquiry


US LAke Ships for The Atlantic at Cleveland USA

' Lake Steamers in Dock Ready to be Cut in Two for Tansit - At a Yard of the American Shipbuilding Company at Cleveland USA '

' Workmen Fitting the Master Shell Plate on Board The Befor the Hull is Cut '

' Two Sections of a Freighter " The North Wind " Being Gradually Hauled Apart in the Dock ...'

' The North Wind with the Hull Parted AMidships ...'

' Ready To Begin the Voyage Through the Welland Canal - The North Wind Afloat Boarded up and Watertight ...'

Italy on The Defensive:

' General Diaz The New Italian Commander in Chief '

' General Gaetano Giardino '

' General Pietro Badoglio '

' One of the Bridges Across the Tagliamento Dcuring the Italian Retreat ...'

' Refugees From Friuli at Brescia ...'

' A Concourse of Italian Troops at an EVacuation Station ...'

Full page


In the British Front Lines Before Gaza -:

' A Trench Line Supported by Sand Bags ..'

' A Trench Behind Sand Dunes ...' Sleekburnc.

' Ammunition Camels Sheltering in a RIver Bed or Wadi Just Before the Battle at Gaza ...'

' In a Front Line Trench of the Norfolks - Two Sunhatted Soldiers Heads Just Distinguishable ... ' info. Norfolk Regiment

' Tiers of Dug Outs of The Devons, Sand Bag Built, and Burrowing into the Rear Face of the Hillside ...' - info. Devon Regiment

Double page of photographs


British Positions Before Gaza - Sketches

' Showing the Hill of Ali-el-Muntar Where Samson Carried thr Gate of Gaza - The Turkish Positions Before the ity Seen Miel From the British Front Line ' a diagramtical drawing of the area showing various positions marked eg El Arish Redoubt - " Gibraltar " - Gaza N. Town - Gaza E. Town - The Mazar Trenches - Umbrella Hill etc

' The Southern Point of Umbrella Hilla a Turkish Position Before Gaza ..'

' A Modern Scientific Type of War Chariot in the Land of the Philistines - A british Tank in Palestine '

' The Capture of Gaza - A View of the British Advance ... Shells Bursting ..'

Full page of sketches from an eye witness drawn by W. B. Bobinson


' Enemy Shells Searching a Battery Near Passchendaele - During the Bombardment of the Ground Gained by the Canadians '

' A Snapshot of One of Our 15inch Howitzer Shgells Bursting by a Fortified House - Found on a German Officer at Passchendaele '

' A Cavalry patrol in the Desert on the Southern Palestine Border - Digging for Water ' photographs by Topical

' A party of Anzacs at Breakfast During Outpost Picket AMid the Wasted of the Desert ...'

' Transport Camels Bing Loaded Up With Stores for An Outlying Post at a Railway Stores Depot Station on the Sinai Desert Field Railway '

' At Work with a Field Telegraph and Telephone Section - A Draught Camel Team Pulling a Wire Laying Cart Fitted with Boxed Wheels For Crossing the Desert '


The Royal Flying Corps

' A Royal Flying Corps Aerial MAchine Gunner '

' A German Gas Attack in France Photographed Fromthe Air - The Gas Drifting Across the Country Under a Bank of Cloud ...'


A Bomb Dropping Aeroplane of France:

' Adjusting the Rear End of the Tail Vanes into The Circular Aperture of ther Tube at the Bottom of thr Nacelle ' four frenchmen fixing a bomb onto a plane

' Fitting the Tail Vanes into Position - Sliding the Bomb Upwards '

' Inserting thre Tail Planes as to Pass Smoothly up the Tube into the Cylindrical Bomb Chamber ...'

' The Bomb Lodged Completely in Position on Board ...'


' Timber in One of the British Yards at the Front '

' With The Belgians - A Big Gun '

' A WAAC at the Front: Helemeted a d in Khaki, A Membre of the Womens Army Auxiliary Corps as Chauffeur of an Officers Car - Winding Up The Starting Apparatus ' full page "Drawn by Our Special Artist S. Begg "

Military Service For Women - The Work of the W.A.A.C. -:

' Repairing Aeroplane Parts '

' Sweeping and Scrubbing '

' Repairing Soldiers Uniforms '

' Women Inspecting Aircraft Fabric Seams '

' Cooks in the Kitchen of A Mens Camp on the British Front '

' In the Printing Works on the Western Front '

' Women Ambulance Drivers on the Western Front '

' Searching Records of the Missing '

' Waitresses at an Officers Club in France '

Double page of sketches drawn by S. Begg

The WAAC in France and At Home -:

' A Girl Messenger '

' From the Cookhouse '

' A Typist '

' Pay Day at a WAAC Barracks ' pay parade

' A Telephone Girl '

' In a Carpenters Shop '

Full page of sketches drawn by S. Begg


' Tootal Cotton Fabric ' full page advert - woman in a chariot pulled by lions from a painting by Ernest Charles Wallcousins

' Smashed Enemy Trenches and Dug OUts Being Reconstructed by the British near passchendaele '

' Oxo - After A Tiring Day ' advert

' Lorries with Supplies for the Battle Area Near Ypres '

' Cameron Safety Self Filler Pens for Xmas - Waverley, Hindoo J or Bankers Nibsd ' six designs of pens - advert

' Harrods Fine Footwear ' advert showing six designs of shoes and boots

' Christmas Gift Ideas - The Race Burberry Top Coat - Handkerchiefs - Tulle Bow by J. C> Vickery - Milityary Badge on Moire Bracelet by Vickery ' Sleekburnc.

' Gamage's Toys - Nautilus Rocking Boat - - Nipper Handsmobile ( 21/- ) - - Soft Body Doll from ( 5/- ) - - Kiddie Doll - - The New Isa Teddy ' advert

' Burberry Trench Warm Coat ' advert

Christmas Gifts - ' Watch Bracelet with Pearls by Sir John Bennett - - - The Erasmic Shaving Stick - - - Erasmic Dainty Soaps - - - A Costume Length of Irish tweed of Homespuns - - - Swan Self Filling Pen '

' Milkmaid Cafe au Lait ' advert from a sketch by Fred Pegram

' Harrods Ladies Sports Coat " Gladys " 89/6d ' advert

' Freeman Hardy and Willis ' shoe advert

' Rowlands Macassar Oil ' advert

' Kosciuszko The Great Polish patriot - Polish Victims Relief Fund for Polish Children ' appeal advert

' A Sister Exhibits a Souvenir Given to Her by a Patient on a Hospital Barge '

' The Clock of Etrelliers Church as it Fell '

' Urodonal and Jubol ' advert

' Test Tatcho the Hair Grower ' advert

' The Valet Auto Strop Safety Razor ' razor and Strop - advert

' A Vauxhall Staff Car in Salonika '

' The Womens Answer - " Are We Down Hearted" ...' women munition workers at C. A. Vandervell 's works with mention of Mrs Amy the Welfare Superintendent - info. outside the canteen at the Acton works

' The Hudson Super Six Car - Langham Steel Co. ' advert

' Daimler ' advert

' Buick Car ' advert

' The Brolt Self Starter ' advert

' Sword Steel Razor from Wilkinson Sword Co. Ltd ' advertPractical Teafrock from Debenham and Freebody ' advert

' Bynogen for The Aviator ' advert

' Mazda Electric Lamps ' small advert

' Toyland at Marshall and Snelgrove ' - Four photographs of Dolls and Prices - Advert

' Returning from a Bathing Parade on the Western Front '


The next page is the back page/advertising cover which has been repaired (across the centre apprx 8") and is detached from the rest of the paper - ' Erasmic Shaving Stick ' wonderful advert drawn by Rilette shows a very fashionable edwardian lady on board a cruise ship, a man talking to her through a porthole window on the First Class area of the ship - tinted in red on a full page. The page has been trimmed to take away any tatty edges to stop it from deteriorating further. There is a crease to bottom corner.

The next page I am describing is the front advertising cover which is detached - on the reverse is a full page advert for ' Kenric and Jefferson - Two Generations ' showing three men in a discussion - drawn by W. G. Easton - in the past this page has been reinforced around the edges due to its condition, and to stop it from deteriorating further.

These two pages I have placed, loose, inside the issue


This second part of the description features a list of news articles etc., but have no images associated with the subject matter unless listed above. They include :-

Our Note Book by G. K. Chesterton

Science Jottings - War Bread and its Digestion by FL Sleekburnc.

Book revfiew on "Greater Italy by Mister William Kay Wallace

The Life of Swinburne - referring to "Life of Algernon Charles Swinburne " by Mr Edmund Gosse - review

The Chronicle of the Car includes Evading the Petrol Order - - - Coal Gas Under Compression - - - Prodction by The Willys-Overland Co. - Article by WW

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December 15th Price 7d (it had been 6d for about 45 years)

' In Bourlon Wood: British Dismounted Cavalry Attacking The Steel Clad Enemy ' Double page Drawn by Frederic De Haenen


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The Surrender of Jerusalem - Some of the Indian Troops in the Palestine Campaign :-

' Men of Vaughans Rifles A Regiment Half Composed of Mohammedans: Trench Sentries Lined Up For Inspection '

' Ghurka Rifles Fallen in On an Alarm in the Trenches: Bayonets Ready on the Order, Stand To '

' Typical of Outrams Rifles, Each Battalion of Which Has Two Mohammedan ( Muslim ) Companies: Off Duty at the Entrance to a Dug out '

' A Trench Sentry Of Outrams Rifles - On the Look Out Across The Parapet Crest Towards a Turkish Position '

' A Man of Vaughans Rifles in Off Duty Camp Undress Garb, aNd Wearing the Fringed Turban of the Corps: drawing a Water Ration '

' Ghurka Riflemen on The Order "Up and Over": Swarming Over a Trench Parapet '

' A Ghurka Rifles Machine Gun Post in a Trench: Firing Through a Parapet Sandbag Walled Loop-Hole '


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' For All On Service Between The First Day of the War and The Close of the First Battle of Ypres November 23 1914: The 1914 Star '

' Not Recognised By Any of the Allied Governments: Lenin Prime Minister under The Bolshevist Regime and Trotsky The Bolshevist Foreign Minister '


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On The Road to Jerusalem: at Beersheba on Its Capture

' Some of the First Arrivals: Anzacs of the Cavalry Which Attacked After an All Night Outflanking Sweep, Standing by The Beersheba railway station Yard '

' Other Troops of the Mounted Column : The Imperial Camel Corps on the Outskirts of Beersheba '

' On The Afternoon of General Allenby's Victory: A First Batch of the Days Takings of Turkish prisoners Miel on their Arrival in the Barbed Wire Cage '

' A Devilish Plot That Was Frustrated: Harmless Looking Railway Vans at Beersheba Station Containing Infernal MAchines '

' An Outrage That His Religion Forbids to the Orthodox Turk: A Well blown up With High Explosive by The Germans at Beersheba '


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On the Road to Jerusalem; British Machine Guns and Yeomanry :-

' Two Teams of Turkish Field Artillery Knocked Out By British Machine Gunners: An Incident Near Gaza During the Enemys Retreat '

' A 5.9 Turkish Howitzer Captured by British Mounted Troops: A Fine Exploit by the yeomanry During the Enemys Retreat From Gaza Ilst ' Both pictures drawn by H. W. Koekkoek


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' Where the Anzac Cavalry Made a Dashing Bayonet Charge: The Sand Hills Fringing the Wadi Ghuzzi '
' Troops While Halting for a Time Quartered in Dug Outs in a Wadi '

' Undre Escort of th Egyptian Camel Corps: Bedouin Villagers Being Safeguarded From the Turks While Bringing in Their Harvest '

' On the Crest of Samsons Ridge, Up Which Samson Carried the Gates of Gaza - A Trench Held By a Lewis Gun Squad '

' Turkish Prisoner and Their Discipline in Captivity: An Interpreter Telling a Turkish Sergeant Major His Duties '

' Turkish Prisoners Before Marching Off to Internment: The British Medical Officers Inspction Parade '


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On The Road to Jerusalem: Scenes During the Gaza Advance :-

' A Caterpillar Tractor Bringing Up Ammunition Wagons '

' Captured, As Seen, Just As the Retreating German Airmen Left It: A German FIeld Service Hangar, Taken NEar Beersheba '

' A Line of British Guns at Gaza: During The Shelling of the Turkish Main Ridge fort on Ali Muntar, The Hill Dominating Gaza on the South East '

' A Hangar Abandoned By the German Airmen After an Aeroplane Bombardment by One of lur Squardons: The Damage From on eHit '

' Doing Temporary Service as a Repairing Shed for Anzac Aeroplane Mechanics: Working in the Abandoned German Hangar '


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On the Road to Jerusalem: Patriarchal and Modern :-

' Transport as in Abraham's Time: Camels for Conveying Water to British Troops in the Trenches in Palestine '

' Wonders Uniknown to Abraham: British Wireless Operators in an Observation Post '

' Wonder Unknown to Abraham: A British Artillery Observer Telephoning Back to His Battery ' Drawings by James McBey Official artist in Palestine


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On the Road to Jerusalem: a Big British Gun; Samson's City

' The Victorious Advance to Jerusalem: Men of a British Siege Battery Detraing a Howitzer by Moonlight '

' Thje Scene of Samsons Last Exploit and Tragic Death: A Distant View of Gaza From a British Observation Post '

Drawings bu James McBey Official Artist in Palestine


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' Captured By General Allenby's Forces and Freed: Jerusalem From Golgotha ' a wonderful double page from a photograph by P. R. Salmon in sepia

' Captured From the Turks by the Forces Under General Allenby - Jerusalem A General View of the Holy City as Seen From the Mount of Olives ' panoramic photograph by Salmon and the American Colony

' Showing the Road Leading From The Faffa Gate Down Mount Zion Towards Bethlehem - Part of the Citadel, Jerusalem '


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' A Patriarchal Scene in the Holy City: the Damascus Gate and The Sheep Market, Jerusalem '

' Breached By the Turks in Honour of The Kaiser! A Gap in the Walls of Jerusalem By The Jaffa Gate '

The Fall of Jeruslem - Built on the Rock Moriah Where Abraham Offered Isaac: The Mosque of Omar '

' One of the Entrances in the Walls of the Holy City: St Stephens Gate At Jerusalem '

' Typical of the Immemorial Ways of the East: A Picturesque Street Scene in Jerusalem '

' The Way By Which Christ passed to Calvary: Teh Via Dolorosa The Sixth Station of the Cross '

From Photographs by the American Colony, Jerusalem and P. R. Salmon


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Fashion - ' The Importance of the Cape ofn a Costume '

' Harrods - A Handsome Reproduction Bedstead ' Advert

' Mappin and Webb Ltd Christmas Gifts ' advert

' Overlooking the Blue Mediterranean: TheTerrace at Monte Carlo, Still a Haunt of Sunshine Seekers, Wounded and Otherwise '

' On Christmas Day as Usual - The National Tribute to Lord Roberts ' Full page advert

' A Naval Review at Bombay on Trafalgar Day: The British Admiral Arrives '

' A Naval Review at Bombay on Trafalgar Day: Sailors Marching to the Review Ground '

' Save ood By Using Oxo - a Potato Dish ' four recipes - Advert

' On the Western Front: One of His Majestys Land Ships Bringing In ITs Camouflaged Prize - A 5.9 German Naval Gun '

' With The Italian Navy: Submarine Chasers At Full Speed Ilst '

' Charles packer & Co Beautiful Gem Rings ' Advert

' Gamages Christmas Gifts ' advert

' The King and a New Fighting Machine - His Majesty at The Napier Works '

' Buick Car ' Advert

' Sunbeam Cars '

' Napier Motor Carriage ' advert

' Of Great Service to the Wounded: A Daimler Box Car for Medical Stores '

' A Great Fire Fighter: Mr J. Compton Merryweather '

And other adverts of the day

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Also various articles including:
'Our Note Book by G. K. Chesterton'

'Ladies Page by Filomena'

' The Playhouses '

' New Novels '

'The Chronicle of the Car by W. W.


December 22nd

 


December 29th

The Palastine Campaign - 'Unloading Stores on Gaza Beach' - - - 'In Gaza After a Bombardment: Damaged Buildings in the City' - - - 'During The Final Operations That Led to The Capture of Jerusalem: An Attack On a Turkish Position' - - - 'A Collation of Bombs: A Turkish Booby Trap near Gaza, Which Would Have Blown up Unwary Partakers' - - - 'A Tank on the Coast of Palestine: One of His Majesty's Land Ships on Gaza Beach'

'Armoured Trains Used to Protect taly's Long and Exposed Adriatic Seaboard: Trucks Mounted With Anti Aircraft Guns' - - - 'Coast Defence Work of the Italian Navy Carried Out on land: A 6 inch Gun Mounted on an Armoured Train'

'To Save It From Damage By Air Raid: The Tomb of the FDoge Giovanni Mocenigo in Santi Giovanni E. Paolo, Venice, Sand bagged'

'The Opening of the Haunted Gallery at Hampton Court: The Round Kitchen Court Seen From Its Windows' Wonderful full page drawn by W. B. Robinson

'Where Legend Tells was Seen The Ghost of Catherine Howard - Closed Since 1750 and Untrodden By A British Sovereign for 150 Years: The Newly Opened Haunted Gallery at Hampton Court; and Adjoing Chambers' Double page by W. B. Robinson

Mechanical Secrets of German Aeroplane Construction Revealed: - 'A Burnt Out Gotha Brought Down in England' - - - A Gotha Brough Down in England: An RFC Officer Examing The Lower Right Hand Wing' - - - The Skeleton of the Tail and Part of theLlanding Carriage: Wreckage of a Gotha ' - - - 'Wreckage of an Engine Houseing and Landing Carriage (upside down)' - - - 'Showing One of Its Two 260 hp Mercedes Motors: Wreckage of Engine Houseings' - - - 'Joyfully Displayed By Men of the Royal Flying Corps: One of a Captured Gotha's Two Engines' All on on e double page. from photographs taken after the raid on Essex, Kent and London during early hours of December 6

'Building a Reed Hut in Mesopotamia: The First Stage, The Bundles of Reeds Forming the Framework Set Upright in the Ground' - - - 'Second Stage of the Reed Pillars Being Bent Over' - - - 'The Final Stage, The Completed Hut Roofed With Reed Matting'

Balloons For Spotting U Boats: - 'A French Naval Kite Balloon Towed by a Tug' - - - 'Reminiscent of the Blondin Tight Rope: Observers Going Aboard Their Kite Ballon Basket' - - - 'An Observer of a Naval Kite Balloon Returning to The Parent Ship'

'What An Air Raid Means To The Engineers at the Front: Building a Timber Bridge, Regardless of Bombs From German Aeroplanes' The Royal Engineers. Wonderful Double Page drawn By R. Caton Woodville

'A Call To Arms At A Moment of Relaxation: A Sing Song on the British Front Interrupted By a Summons To the Stern Realities of War' Drawn by S. Begg from Material Supplied by an Eye Witness. Another wonderful double page

With The British on The Italian Front - 'On The Way to Reinforce a Sector on the Piave: A British Regiment Marching Along one of the Poplar Lined Highways of Venetia'

'Evidence of How General Plumers Army has Arrived Equipped for Emergencies: An Artillery Repairing Shed in An Italian Village'

'Our Kilted Corps Whos eDress Excited Much Curiosity Among The Italians in villages and Country Towns: Highlanders at a Halt'

'RFC Transport Lorries En Route for A Camp in taly'

'Close To The Fighting Line on The Piave: A British Infantry Regiment Temporarily Bivouacking For a Hasty Meal in a Field'

In The Trenches 'On The Piave Front, Some off Duty Visiting One of the Italian Trenches Along The Riverside'

'Italian Boys Having a Set To After Seeing Some of Our Men Boxing'

Weather Forecasting for War Purposes, RNAS Equipment - 'An Observatory Building and Its AerialPole Mast; With Some of the Staff About to Make Air Current Tests' - - - 'A Corner of the Interior of One of The Observatories: Instruments Recording Appliances, Indicators, Gauges Etc in Continual Use' - - - 'The Stevenson Screen' - - - 'Pilot Balooning: An Observation to Learn The Direction and Velocity of the Wind 30,000 Feet Up' - - - 'For Registering Danger: The Lightning Recorder, Capable of Givin gWarning of Thunderstorms 200 Miles Off'

'Food Economy National Safety - 1,000,000 Loaves Lost Every Week' Advert for Bovril, full page

Officers on the Role of Honour, Small Portrait Photos of Each Man Killed in Action - '2nd Lieut Jasper M. P. Muddock, Shropshire Yeomanry and Son of Mr J. E. Preston Muddock, Dick Donovan The Novelist' - - - 'Lieut. Col. John Maxwell MC Rifle Brigade of Russell Street Bath' - - - 'Major R. Oscar Cyril Ward of The Buffs, Son of Mr Robert Ward, Leatherhead' - - - 'Capt. F. Despard Pemberton RFA and RFC Killed while Fflying over German Lines' - - - Captain W. Teesdale Hall RFC of Heath Street West, Toronto' - - - 'Lieut. R. W. Gascoyne-Cecil RHA Son of the Bishop of Exeter and Lady Florence' - - - 'Lieut. Hon. Alick G. Cubitt, Hussars, Son of Lord and Lady Ashcombe' - - - 'Capt. W. Earle Villers, Kings Royal Rifle Corps of Hans Place, SW' - - - 'Lieut Vivian Wilfred Bennett RE' - - - 'Major Temp. Brig. Gen. F.E. Johnson CB N.Staffordshire Regt' - - - 'Major F. H. Johnson VC Royal Engineers' - - - 'Lieut H. N. Lesley RN of Aldeburgh' - - - 'Commander W. Sterndale Bennett DSO, R Naval Div.' - - - 'Major (Temp Lieut Col) A. D. Murphy DSO MC Leinster Regt of Ballinamona, Cashel' - - - 'Major Hon. R. N. D. Ryder, Hussars, Brother of the Earl of Harrowby' - - - 'Lieut. Randolph Murray Cameron Highlanders of Partick Hill, Glasgow' - - - 'Capt. Joseph Leonard Morton, Manchester Regt of Woodstock Road, Oxford' - - - 'Major T. E. Lefroy, Manchester Regt' - - - 'Lt Col Vivian Thompson DSO Essex Regt' - - - '2nd Lieut. Lionel Nassau Kindersley, Hussars, of Abbots Langley'

'Help to Save Our Wounded Horses Contribution Form' Full page

Ladies Fashion 'An Original Afternoon Costume Trimmed with Seal Fur'

'The Swan Fountain Pen' Advert

A Wolseley Cabrio Phaeton' - - - 'A GasDriven Car: A 10 hp Calcott Car with a Lyon Spencer Gas Container - The Property of Lady Idina Wallace wife of Captain David Evan Wallace

'The Palestine Campaign: Landing Stores on the Coast'

>And more adverts of The Day

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Also various articles including:
'Our Note Book by G. K. Chesterton'

'Science Jottings, The Rationing of the People by F. L.'

'Ladies Page by Filomena'

'The Chronicle of the Car by W. W.

 

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