Trabzon Turkey TREBIZOND Constantine of Greece CHATEAUX TILLOLOY Plessis Roye BOESINGHE Rudyard Kipling
18 pages (36 sides) Original Weekly Newspaper
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:
Russian Troop Contingent Lands at Marseilles: Soldiers Marching Along the Quayside with Their Colours - full page (fp) frontispiece photograph.
Cleaning Up The Bow Anchor Cables on a British Warship - front outer cover with adverts.
Page titled The Great European War Week by Week:
18ct Gold Casket Presented to Rt. Hon. W. M. Hughes at Guildhall - photo of casket only.
Wounded Officers at Carlton house Terrace London: Nurses Wheeling Them Out onto a Balcony.
Cardinal Bourne at the Palm Sunday Service Outside Westminster Cathedral.
Group of Old People Showing Their Maundy Money to Soldiers Outside Westminster Abbey.
the SHakspere Celebration:
Five Characters from Henry V Acted by the Benson Company at Stratford on Avon: Mr James Dale - Miss Leah Hanman - Miss Rose Edouin - Mr W. H. Quinton - Mr H. O. Nicholson.
Shakspere's Grave at Stratford Decorated with Wreaths.
Exhibition of Documents at Shakspere's Birthplace: Crowds Queuing Outside.
Anzac Memorial Service at Westminster - fp showing x2 photographs:
Australian Troops Arriving at The Abbey.
New Zealand Troops Passing down the Strand En-route to the Abbey. Tear to border.
The Capture of Trebizond the Armenian Port on the Black Sea - dp showing two drawings by D. Macpherson (tear to border edge not affecting images):
Lines of Attack from the Chorokh Valley Over the Ridge of the Pontine Mountains Followed by the Russian Grand Duke's Right Wing in the Advance Upon Trebizond - a (panorama) half double page drawing showing mountains, rivers, towns etc. Places and positions named include: Kitowa Dagh Mountain - Nachlebi Dagh - Line of Turkish Tretreat - Russian Columns Advance - Lazistan Range Alps - Ispir - Ancient Citadel - Baiburt - Trebizond Erzerum Road BridgeVarzahan - Tanzud - etc.
The Famous Port of Trebizond Viewed from the Black Sea, Showing the Seaboard Along which The Russian Coastal Column Advanced - a (panoramic) half double page drawing showing mountains in the background, coastal towns, ships etc. Places and positions named include: Trebizond - Lower Castle - Moat - British Consulate - Custom house - Kalmek Point - Hospital - Sotke Turkish Quarter - Military School - Old Port, Remains of Mole - Boz Tepe - Mosque and Campanile of St Sophia - Deirmen Derg - Xenophons Camp - West Kara Dere Turks Defeated April 15th - Kalopotamos R. Where Turks Thrown Back - Port of Rizeh - Where Russian Troops Landed - Russian Fleet Bombards Turkish Pos. - Russian Troops Landed W. of Trebizond - Surmeneh - Cape Herakli - etc
HP map titled: How Trebizone Fell - The General Strategy of the Russian Campaign in Armenia.
British Billets on Fire on the Western Front: Soldiers Quelling a Fire in a Farmyard Billet; A Girl in Clogs Watches On - fp from a drawing by Christopher Clark from a Sketch supplied by an officer.
The Royal Palace at Athens.
King Constantine of Greece - small.
Crown Prince's palace, Athens.
British Army Doctor Attending to Minor Ailments of a Macedonian Peasant Woman (while the family cats play on the roof) - fp from a photograph.
Pages entitled The Naval Section of The Sphere:
Two diagrams by G. H. Davies Showing the Range of Vision of a Zeppelin When Acting as a Scout.
Ships With Spume Rising Around Them..
The Fast Motor Craft of the Naval Auxiliaries - fp from a drawing by G. H. Davis showing vessels of the motor boat reserve.
DP titled New Auxiliaries of the British Fleet: With a Poem by Rudyard Kipling. A hp panoramic drawing stretching over the dp titled The British Mine Sweepers at Work. Plus two inset images of inside a German submarine of U-boat. reive
DP photograph titled The Super Dreadnought HMS Iron Duke in a Seaway wi Tons of Water Surging Across the Battleships Deck .
DP titled Destroying the Beautiful Chateaux of France:
The Chateau de Tilloloy, Somme, Destroyed miel By German Shell Fire.
Bombarded Chateau de Plessis at Roye near The Banks of the River Oise - hp .
Chateau of Boesinghe on the Banks of the Yser River - hp.
Badly Damaged Chateau in Champagne with Scaffolding - hp.
The Northern Neutrals and The Recent Conference at Copenhagen: Representatives of Norway, Sweden and Denmark - M. Wallenberg of Sweden - M. Ihlen of Norway - M. Knudsen of Norway - M. Zahle of Denmark - Erik Scavenius of Denmark - M. Hammarskjold of Sweden. - hp.
M. Sturmer President of the Russian Council of Ministers.
The Russian Front:
Soldier Blacksmith in the Snow.
Army Carts Arriving at a Military Station with Food, Fodder and Supplies for Men and Horses.
Two Russian Red Cross Workers and Their Horse Drawn Ambulance in the Snow.
Russian Carriage Stuck in a Stream of Mud.
Camp Equipment of a Russian Regiment on Carriages on the Snow.
Destruction of the Irish Convent at Ypres: Abbess Butler 1st Abess of Ypres - - New Irish Convent Before it Was Burned to the Ground - - Flag of an Irish Regiment Which Hung in the Convent.
A Trained German War Dog at Work on the Battlefield.
A German Secret Patrol in the Argonne nearing the French Line of Trenches - hp from a drawing from the Illustrierte Zeitung of Leipzig.
Mister J. D. Beresford and His Son - small photo.
Womens Fashions in The Sphere: Dainty Spring Hat - New Toque and Veil - Evening Frock of Tulle Over Tissue - from sketches by Katlinka.
Six Cylinder Sunbeam Touring Car.
Near Ankerdine: A 16-20hp Wolseley Landaulette Car.
IN Old Coventry: A Daimler Car.
The Roll of Honour - Officers Killed in Action or In The Service of Their Country Directly Incidental to the Great War - Full page:
Captain G. J. M. Moxon - Royal Fusiliers.
Capt. G. Grisewood - Royal Sussex Regt.
Capt. Ll. Jones-Bateman - RFA.
Capt. P. A. Edwards - Loyal N. Lancs Regt.
Capt J. C. Bengough - Royal Gloucestershire Hussars.
Lieutenant G. K. Smith - Middx Regt.
Lieut. R. M Dombrain - Res. Of Officers, Indian Army.
Lt. A. A. Warren - Border Regt.Sleekburnc.
2nd Lieutenant S. E. Burrows - Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry.
2nd Lt. S. Johns - South Wales Borderers - of Keswick.
2nd Lt. A. T.Harris - Beds Regt.
2nd Lt. T. B. Ogle - Dorset Regt.
Lt. R. J. M. Lias - R. Sussex Regt.
Lt. H. F. Birdwood - London Regt and RFC.
Lt. C. E. R. Heaton-Ellis - Yorkshire LI.
Lt. Col. H. Maclear DSO - E. Lancs Regt atttd. Royal Scots.
Lt. M. J. Vincent-Jckson - Sherwood Foresters.
Capt. G. Woodhams - R. Sussex Regt.
2nd Lt. H. B. Newland - Lincs Regt.
Major L. A. Barrett - Northumberland Fusiliers.
Innocence by Sir Joshua Reynolds - fp back cover advert for Pears Soap; gubby with marks.
BSA Motor Bicycles.
Mappin and Webb Silversmiths - hp.
Burberrys Naval and Military Kit - with list of prices.
Woollands Hats - Millinery Dept.
Crepe de Chine nightdress From Debenham Freebody.
Tea Frock from Marshall Snelgrove with price.
Corsets fro Peter Robinson x2 with prices.
LEveson's Baby Pram: The Walton Model.
Icy-Hot Vacuum Flasks.
Green's Lawn Mower.
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:
The Great European War Week By Week.
Est Deo Gratia, a Song for St George's Day - Poem or Song by Dorothy Margaret Stuart.
From Erzerum to Trebizond by Edward Foord
King Constantine of Greece at home. An Interview with The Greek Monarch by Crawfurd Price.
The Visual Range of Zeppelins as Naval Scouts.
The Auxiliaries 1915-16 - Poem by Rudyard Kipling.
A Literary Letter: The Ral Margaret Catchpole - by CKS aka Clement King Shorter.
Woman's Sphere in War Time by Olivia.
Motoring by R. P. Hearne.
This is an original USED newspaper not a scan and not a later re-print.
A publication similar to The Illustrated London News, The Sphere was a weekly illustrated newspaper published by The Sphere and Tatler Ltd., Great New St. London EC. If there is a particular date you require regarding this item eg. for a birthday or anniversary etc please ask.
The four digit number in brackets in title is for my ref only. It measures 395 x 285 mm (15.5 x 11.25inches). It retains the outer cover, although this is a little grubby and worn. Some of the pages are loose, and have cuts tears and blemishes due to their great age; some of the corners are turned - anything more than minor will be mentioned in the main body of the description. The engravings vary in size. 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 no other 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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