Fourteen pages (28 sides) from an original weekly issue of:
This first part of the description features a list of images i.e. photographs, maps, sketches, drawings etc (these sometimes have descriptive articles but not always). They include:
General Pau of France Inspecting Some of Russia's War Scarred Veterans - full front page from a photograph by Bulla. Info. Paul Marie Cesar Gerald Pau.
The War of the War page:
Sir Ian Hamilton Meeting His Anzacs.
The Labour Meeting on Conscription.
Mr Arthur Henderson
Son of Arthur Henderson an Officer in the Army - info. Either Arthur Henderson (later Baron Rowley) or William Watson Henderson.
The Fortunes of the Belligerents as Gauged by the Neutral Money Markets - diagram to illustrate the depreciation of the standard currency etc.
Two Hundred Tons of English Gold for America - diagram.
The Great New Call to Arms - full page (fp):
TheRecruit Reaches The Mansion House - The Lord Mayor Receives him - The Doctor Examines Him x3 photographs.
London Local Tribunal at Work: Fulham Town Hall to Her Applications for Postponement to the Later Groups under the Derby Scheme.
Honk Kong Policeman as Recruit.
Australia's Immense Enthusiasm: The Send Off of Troops at Sydney.
A Man Who Has Been out to The Front.
Two Pictorial Relief Maps: The Gallipoli Withdrawal and the Russian Advance - double page:
Dardanelles: Pictorial Map showing the beaches and forts etc of the Gallipoli Campaign. Places, areas named include: Cape helles Area Held by 23000 British and 17000 French - Morto Bay - Camber Beach - Beach V. - Kilid Bahr - Chanak Bair Ridge - Anzac Area Held by 25000 Australian and New Zealand Troops - Gaba - Suvla Bay - KArakol Dagh - Galata - Gallipoli - Bulair - Bergaz - Silveleh - Kiretch Tepe wher Gen. Stopfords Men Were Held Up - Chardak - Chanak - Sultamier - Hamidieh Fort - Dardanus Fort - Kum Kale - Eski Hisarlik - Stretch of Allied Troops Exposed to Enemy Fire - and much more.
Pictorial Map showing The Russian Front and Advance stretching from Riga and Schlock down to Roumanian Border at Czernowitz etc. The map shows places from Konigsburg, Libau, Dagto Island, reval, Petrorad - down through Bitebsk - Borisov - Vilna - Dvinsk - brest Litovsk - Tsartory6sk - Lutsk - to Przemysl - Lvoff - Brody - Stanislavov - Ussetchko - Debreczin - Czernowitz - River Dniester etc.
Prsoners of War Entertaining Their Comrades at Doeberitz.
General Sir John Nixon.
The Kaiser Inspecting Austro Hungarian Troops on the Strypa Front.
Group Photograph titled Dardanelles Heroes Mentioned in Sir Ian Hamilton's Despatch: The Heavy Losses of the Royal Irish Fusiliers (k for killed; w for wounded): Lieutenant F. A. Newell (w) - Lt. R. V. Murray (w) - L. C. Fitzgerald (w) - Lt A. B. Tudor-Craig (w) - 2nd Lt. E. A. Evanston (w) - Captain G G. Duggan (k) - Capt. P. E. Kelly (w) - Major F. W. E. Johnson (w) - Lt. Colonel M. J. W. Pike (w) - Major W. Garstin (k) - Capt E. M. MacIlwaine (w) - Capt H. G. Whyte (w) - Capt. F. W. Scott-Skirving (d. o w.) - Lt J. B. Atkinson (w) - Lt. W. J. Hartley (k) - Capt. A. F. Oliver (w) - Capt. J. A. D. Dempsey (w) - 2nd Lt. C. A. Murray (w) - 2nd Lt. P. H. D. Dempsey (w) - wnd Lt. W. A. Beattie (w) - 2nd Lt. J. L. Bennett (w) - 2nd Lt. J. L. Chalmers (w) - Lt and QM Campbell - 2nd Lt F. M. Eager (w) - 2nd Lt. J. A. Blood (w) - 2nd Lt. D. S. Figgis (w) - 2nd Lt. H. S. C. Panton (w) - 2nd Lt. M. B. Graham (w).
Sir George Reid MP for St George's.
Mr Herbert Samuel MP
Mr G. H. Roberts MP.
Mr William Brace MP.
Lieutenant R. D. Reid son of Sir George Reid.
Winter Scenes in the Russian War Zone - fp:
Stabled Horses Being Fed.
Russian Troops en Route for the Bukovina.
Guns and Dug Outs Buried in the Snow.
Extricating a Gun from a Snow Drift.
Cartoon within a page titled Bismarck in the Bird Room, a Fantasy by Frank Finn, and shows: The Bateleur Eagle in a "Gott Strafe England" attitude; Also Playing the Prussian Eagle . Yells the "Hymn of Hate". Dont know who the drawings are by; possibly Finn.
The Dog n Warfare - fp x2photographs:
France: A Red Cross Dog Briging in a Wounded Soldiers Helmet.
Nome in Alaska: Dogs Leaving for France Where They are Used for Draught Purposes at the Front - hp photograph shows a row of people next to dogs chained up outside houses/huts; a little boy in the foreground.
Ruhleben Internment Camp near Berlin:
A Prisoner at Ruhleben: Facsimile of a Sketch by a French Civilian.
Prisoners at Ruhleben: Facsimile of Sketches by a British Civilian Who Has Just Been Liberated - two sketches showing life inside the huts.
Sketches By Two French Observers - fp:
At Night: Busy Scene near the Firing Line as Soon as Darkeness Sets In - from a drawing by J. Gueldry.
The Huns Viewing Their Handiwork: German Prisoners of War Marching Through the Ruined Village of Mouilly - from a drawing by Paul Thiriat.
Victoria Station London: Men Returning From the Trenches - a wonderful centre page picture drawn by E. Verpilleux showing the soldiers arriving, some being greeted by loved ones; member of the National Guard acting as cicerone (guides helpers).
Theatre Plays etc:
Scene from "The Pedlar of Dreams" Played by The Quaints at miel the Vaudeville Theatre.
Scene from "Joyland" at the London Hippodrome.
Miss Kellogg and Mister Wallis in Joyland. Sleekburnc. 1501
The Quaints at the Vaudeville.
Miss Shirley Kellogg in Joyland. Reive
Sir F. Gorell Barnes Formerly MP For Faversham.
Surgeon General W. H. Norman RN Hospital Plymouth - info. William Henry Norman.
Lieutenant George Bruce-Joy 3rd Welsh Rgt (att. 1st HLI).
The Late Captain T. C. Bruce-Joy - 1st Devons Killed Mesopotamia.
Lt Cr. Kenneth Bruce the Hero of Submarine Exploit at Marmora.
Brothers in Arms:
Private J. Bland - 10th Liverpool Regt.
Private William Bland - 6th Liverpool /regt.
Private H. Bland - 17th Liverpool Regt.
Private A. E. Bland - 6th Liverpool Regiment
Captain C. Reid - 4th Gordons.
Captain J. M. Reid - West Lancashire RE.
2nd Lt. W. A. Reid - Aberdeen RFA.
2nd Lt. E. B. Reid RFA (late Cambridge OTC).
War Women: A Fish Packer.
British Nurse in Serbia; In the Great Retreat.
Miss Hetty King in Oh! La La.
Women Serving Soldiers at the Buffet at Waterloo Station London.
The Doyen of British Journalism: Late Edward Levy (Lawson) of the Daily Telegraph - full photograph by Ernest Brooks with a small inset phototraph of Colonel the Hon. Harry Lawson MP.
Photography Beneath The Sea as Seen at the Philharmonic Hall: Diver Sinking Down in Chamber; and a photograph of the Operator Inside the Chamber x2 photographs taken for the Williamson Submarine motion pictures.
The Great Buddhist Temple of Boro-Boedoer in Java - full page showing 4 scenes.
Miss Ada Rehan as the Well Know Actress Ellen Terry .
Sarah Bernhardt in Les Cathedrales.
A Great Sikh Mass Meeting Held in the Queen Street Temple, Singapore - group photograph with many people including Mr J. Fitzpatrick and the First Sikh JP.
Tableau as Fund Raiser: Benefit of the National Egg Collection - small photograph by Mr Val Prince.
A Napier Car and Passengers on the Brighton Road in Summertime.
Savory and Moore's Baby Food.
Smith's Glasgow Mixture Tobacco.
Oatine Face Cream.
The Army Wrist Watch Protector.
Pears Soap - full page; first in a series entitled Links in Britain's Chain of War shwos a soldier officer of 1792-1801 about to leave his home for the war.
Johnson's Prepared Wax.
G. E. Lewis and Sons Guns.
Allenburys' Diet Foods.
Dr J. Collis Browne Chlorodyne for Diarrhoea etc.
Maconochie's World Famous Rations for the Bachelor Woman.
This second part of the description features items of news, articles etc. but have no images associated with the subject matter unless listed above. They include:
Way of the War Page with mention of Lord Burnham - Hon. Harry Lawson - Mr Hubert Hall - The Compulsion Bill - Mr Balfour.
The Barometer of Exchange - The Fortunes of the Belligerents as Guaged by the Neutral Money Markets Explained by a Well Known Financial Expert (not names).
The Gallipoli Withdrawal and The Russian Advance - caption article approx 190 words.
Bismarck in the Bird Room - A Fantasy by Frank Finn - fp.
The ABC of Our War History - A Novel Curriculum - by J. M. Bulloch. With mention of Mr Hubert Hall of the Public Record Office, at the London School of Economics etc.
The Sales in War Time by Candida.
A Great Sikh Gathering at Singapore - approx 230 words.
Motoring and Aviation by Edwin Campbell.
The four digit number in brackets in title is for my ref only.This is an original but USED newspaper 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.
A publication similar to The Illustrated London News, The Graphic was a weekly illustrated newspaper published by H. R. Baines and Company Ltd of Tallis House, Whitefriars, City of London.
It measures 395 x 285 mm (15.5 x 11.25inches).There is no outer advertising cover and there are binding witness marks to the spine. Some of the pages are loose with binding witness marks. There is some age yellowing. Some of the double paged photographs, sketches, diagrams etc are detached on the centre fold of the paper therefore some of the images are detached down centre, see *.
Some of the pages may be loose, and have minor cuts tears and blemishes due to their great age - anything more than minor will be mentioned in the main body of the description. The engravings vary in size. There are no outer advertising pages/cover unless otherwise stated. The images are NOT in colour 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 4 pages missing (as well those stated above), so if you are looking for something in particular in this issue PLEASE ASK. If you require information on size of articles (i.e. number of words), sizes of images, please ask before bidding or buying. The process of the page numbering in The Graphic issues carry on from the previous issue therefore do not start at number 1. This item will be packaged in a tube unless otherwise requested.
The descriptive text in my listing, details the content in my words and not necessarily what is written on the original page. Please be aware there maybe typo/ spelling errors etc. "Info." in the description is my research, although relevant to the accompanying image or article, is not necessarily in the text.
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