1916 COUNTRY LIFE Magazine KATHLEEN HILL DOWNSHIRE Comarques Thorpe Soken (6990

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Kathleen Hill (Downshire) SEAPLANES Hatchlands Surrey CATTARO Comarques House Thorpe le Soken Essex CHESHIRE MEN WW1

 

COUNTRY LIFE

Original Weekly Magazine

DATED 1916

 

This first part of the description features a list of images/photographs, drawings etc:
 

Lady Kathleen Hill - full front page photograph by Lallie Charles of 67 Curzon St. Mayfair, W. daughter of the Marquis of Downshire (info. Arthur Wills John Wellington Trumbull Hill - Kathleen Nina Hill Rollo Asquith).


Sea Planes:

Biplane Short "Tractor" with Folded Wings.

ON the Flying Deck of the Ark Royal.

Wight "Pusher" Seaplane in the Slinging Process.

Seaplane Being Hoisted from the Flying Deck to the Sea.

The Seaplane Base at Imbros. sleekburnc.

The Result of a Crash into the Gulf of Sarol; The Pilot and Observer Survived.


Pony Fairs:

Ponies AMong the Bracken

Long Tailed, Shaggy Squad Going to Fair.

Group of Ponies in an Orchard.

Plus a full page showing six photographs of pony and handlers at a village fair.


Pages entitled What Cheshire Has Done for the War Part II:

Lord Vernon Who Died of Dysentery at Malta. - Info. George Francis Augustus Venables-Vernon

Late Lieut. Colonel Frederick Charles France-Hayhurst.

Lt. Brian T. R. Melland Nephew of Mr Asquith.

The Late Lt. T. B. Lowther 1st Lancs Fusiliers Killed in the Dardanelles.


Hatchlands, Surrey the Seat of Mr H. S. Goodhart-Rendel - 17 photographs and a floor plan. Info. East Clandon.

Cattaro: A View of the Bay and Town - info. Kotor Montenegro.

Improvised Sport at the Front: Riding Down hares - Officers on horses chasing a hare; from a drawing.


Correspondence Page - Photographs from Readers:

A Silver Saddle-Pommel - Small drawing from C. Clarkson Shaw.

A Case of Vegetable Gout? - from E. Crowe.

Used For Pig Feeding; An Ancient Holy Water Stoup - From Edwin E. Le Bas.

Black Headed Gull x2 - From Maud D. Haviland. c.keenlyside.

A Goat and Birds on Bass Rock x3 - From J. M. Campbell - on photography visits to Bass Rock he frequently had the company of a young goat.

Full page of various adverts including Maple and Co. Furniture.

Double page of adverts incl. Swan Fountain Pen; and half page miel advert for Boardman's Cigarettes with drawings by what looks like E. T. R.

Mr W. T. Forrest in His Napier During His Record Ascent of Mount Glorious, Queensland, Australia - full page advert shoing him next to his car with other members of his expedition. Advert.

A Lesser Country House: Comarques, Thorpe Le Soken Remodelled by Mr E. A. Rickards - x6 photographs (ext. and int.) and a floor plan.

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This second part of the description lists regular features and articles (no images unless specified above):
 

Agriculture and Increasing Fertility.

Country Notes - with mention of: Proposal to tax railway tickets - - Chancellor of the Exchequers next budget - - Sir Clements Markham - - Vermin and Agriculture - - Mister Festus Kelly and Sugar Beet Factories - - Mr Runciman - - Export of Sulphate of Ammonia - - Croydon Vacant Land Cultivation Society.

Jock, To The First Army - Poem by Violet Jacob. Plus a paragraph on the new poem.

Mines - Poem by M. G. Meugens - about war mines at sea.

Seaplanes in Overseas Warfare by C. G. Grey Editor of The Aeroplane.

The Home Dwellers Part I by Christopher Holdenby.

Pony Fairs by J. M. Dodington.

The War Time Fox - Poem by W. H. O.

How to Meet the Demand for British Timber and The Cost of Forming Plantations.

What Cheshire Has Done for The War Part II: with mention of Capt. John Egerton-Warburton of Arley Hall - Capt Leicester-Warren of Tabley House - Colonel E. Townshend Logan of Christleton Bank - Second Lieutenant Leslie Findlater of Hale - Brevet Lt. Colonel F. E. B. Isherwood - Lt. Charles A. Gladstone of Manley Hall and Grandson of W. E. Gladstone - Lt. W. G. C. Gladstone MP - Lt Brian Crossley of Bowden - Sub Lt. Brian T. R. Melland of Altrincham - Capt. George Ernest Weatherhead - John Loring of nantwich - Second Lt. A. Rhodes of Marple - Sec. Lt. F. T. Knight of Oxton - Lt. Reive - Sec. Lt. Geoffrey Hamilton Bagshawe of Chapel en Le Frith - Lt.. Douglas Kirk Wolley Dod of Edge Hall - Sec. Lt. Oscar Johnson - Capt. A .MCM. Taylor - Cecil F. A. King - Lt. J. L. Chester.

Gardening

Pattie Posts a Letter - short story by Isabel Butchart.

Hatchlands, Surrey by Arthur T. Bolton.


Literature:

Book reviewed: Red Horizon by Patrick Macgill

Literary Notes: Thomas hardy by Mr Harold Child - - Six French Poets by Miss Amy Lowell plus a poem Le Chant des Anglais (to the tune of it's a long way to Tipperary) plus the translation.

Some New Books: The Travelling Companions by Lady Margaret Sackville - - Plays, Vol II by Anton Tchekhof - - Freshets of the hills by Charles Cunninghame Brend - - The spirit and The Law by Edith Mary Moore.


Over the Black Mountain by noel Pocock - about Montenegro and Cattaro etc.

On War Memorials by A. Clutton Brock.

Correspondence - letters from readers: H. A.C. Penruddocke - Edward A. Bunyard FLS - Arthur O. Cooke

Lesser Country House: Comarques, Thorpe le Soken by Lawrence Weaver. Sleekburnc. 0502

Edward Burgess Hudson (1854 -1936) was the founder of Country Life magazine in 1897. This is an original USED vintage magazine not a scan and not a later re-print. If there is a particular date you require in regards to this item eg. for a birthday or anniversary etc please ask.

The four digit number in brackets in title is for my ref only.

20 Pages (40 sides). It measures 360 x 235 mm (14x9.25inches). The spine has been repaired at some time and has a few small splits; there are binding witness marks to the inside page. The pages are very clean considering their great age. Looking at the contents page, the last lot of pages have been removed; looking at the number sequence this appears to have been a supplement. The images vary in size and are in b/w unless otherwise stated. PLEASE NOTE: I cannot guarantee that the issue is complete 'as published' - but what I have described above IS present. As far as I can tell there are several pages missing, so if you are looking for something in particular in this issue PLEASE ASK. The process of the page numbering carry on from the previous issue, therefore do not start at number 1.

The description of the contents above are in my own words and not necessarily what is written on the original page."Info." in the description is my research, although relevant to the accompanying image or article, is not necessarily in the text. This item will be packaged in a board backed envelope.

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