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    The Harmsworth Monthly Pictorial Magazine [v3 #6, January 1900] ed. Cecil Harmsworth (London: Harmsworth Brothers Ltd., 3½d, 96pp)
    Details supplied by Denny Lien from a bound volume at Google Books.
    • 523 · 1800-1900: Then and Now · J. F. Williams · ar; looking at “why this is the most wonderful century in time.” That meant the 19th century. It runs through the major scientific advances of the 1800s.
    • 531 · For His Sacred Majesty · Harry Percival · ss; a thrilling story of Marston Moor.
    • 539 · A Little House · Edith Brignall · pm
    • 540 · The Corps of Commissioners · W. J. Wintle · ar; “how our old soldiers serve their country still.”
    • 547 · A Tug of War: The Story of How It Ended · Winifred Smith · ss; a light romance.
    • 555 · The Derby of the Snow · Harold J. Shepstone · ar; on Norwegian winter sports.
    • 561 · The Duel in the Deeper Pit · Cutcliffe Hyne · ss; a shoot-out down an old mine.
    • 567 · The Graves of Our Heroes · Arthur Birnage · ar; where our famous soldiers are buried.
    • 573 · A Sunday in Town · R. Andom · ss; the strange adventures of a journalist.
    • 580 · How the Poor Live: Extraordinary Penny Meals · Bernard Owen · ar; an amazingly condescending article about what you can eat for one penny.
    • 585 · “Selling Off”: A Story for January · E. A. Thurlow · ss; another light romance.
    • 589 · A Mint of Money · Joseph Horner · ar; a look at the money minted in 1898 and what it could buy. It includes an interesting chart showing the number of pennies minted since 1884. There’s a marked increase in 1896 because of the introduction of slot machines!
    • 595 · The Little Silver Cross · Lister Maurice · ss; a ghost story, subtitled “A Tragedy of a Cab”, sounds like trying to catch in on Fergus Hume’s triumph.
    • 601 · Children’s Fancy Dresses · Philip Astor · ar
    • 605 · Lullaby · Anon. · pm (r)
    • 606 · Can You Fold Your Umbrella? · Herbert Howard · ar
    • 609 · Our Monthly Gallery of Beautiful and Interesting Pictures · [Various] · il












    The Harmsworth Magazine [v5 #4, November 1900] (London: Harmsworth Brothers Ltd, 136pp)
    Details supplied by Denny Lien from a bound volume at Google Books.
    • 291 · The Abduction of Andrea Seine · Fred. C. Smale · ss; sf set in the mid-twentieth century.
    • 299 · Liverpool’s Hot Pots · Arthur Birnage · ar; on a Christmas charity.
    • 303 · Famous Dressing Rooms: Where Noted Actors Make Up · Rudolph de Cordova · ar
    • 311 · Married in a Hurry · E. Watts Phillips · ss
    • 317 · Sailing Alone Around the World · Anon. · ar [Joshua Slocum]
    • 322 · The Queen’s Quiet Corners · Lillian Tindall · ar
    • 327 · The Indifference of Mrs. Dacre-Smith · Elizabeth M. Moon · ss
    • 332 · Railway Carriages as Houses · H. L. Adam · ar
    • 337 · Sentiment to Order · Philip Reynolds · ar; photography used to illustrate fiction.
    • 343 · Remarkable Stable Made of a Boat · Anon. · il
    • 344 · A Christmas That Changed · Owen Oliver · ss
    • 351 · First Lines of Famous Books · Walter Maclaren · ar; facsimile illustrations from the manuscripts.
    • 357 · What Germany Can Do in Shipbuilding · H. J. Shepstone · ar
    • 365 · The Closed Door · J. Douglas Holms · ss; a ghost story.
    • 370 · A Crumpet Which Went Through the Post as a Christmas Card · Anon. · ms
    • 371 · London’s Polar Regions · Herbert Paget · ar; on cold storage facilities.
    • 375 · Underground from London to Birmingham · Anon. · ar; on underground telegraph lines.
    • 379 · Out with the Scratchley Beagles · Alice Cochrane · ss
    • 386 · An Artist in Coal · Anon. · ar [George Turton]
    • 387 · A Christmas Dinner Farm · W. J. Wintle · ar
    • 391 · Gathering the Timber Harvest · W. S. Harwood · ar
    • 397 · Salt Land · Anon. · ar; on the salt works and baths of Droitwich.
    • 401 · The Newspaper Cutting · Mabel H. Robins · ss
    • 409 · Our Christmas Gallery · [Various] · il




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