The Wide World Magazine - An Illustrated Monthly, May 1899, Vol. 3, No. 13 - Klondike Mission / Heroes of Niagara / Martyrs of Ku-Cheng


112 Pages. Features: Adventures of Louis De Rougemont - part IX; Holy Week Procession in Seville (includes photos of Nazarene's in costumes similar to those of Klansmen); My Texan Elopement -John H. Jones impersonates Miss Sally Steddem; A Naturalist in Cannibal-Land - adventures of Captain H. Cayley-Webster in the cannibal islands of the South Seas (with photos of Cayley-Webster); Jinkers and Jinkering - photo-illustrated article shows how buildings are moved by horses and oxen in Western New South Wales; My Klondike Mission - Lilian Agnes Oliver of Chicago set out for the Klondike to raise money to support her invalid husband - a photo-illustrated account; Through Pygmy-Land - Part I - photo-illustrated article by Albert B. Lloyd; The Heroes of Niagara - a series of graphic narratives, each illustrated by a photo of the hero and his apparatus; "Dago" - eminent actor Kyrle Bellew relates a remarkable mining incident - with photos; The Martyrs of Ku-Cheng - photo-illustrated article on the slaughter of Christian missionaries in the interior of China and the decapitating retribution; My First Leopard - by Walter H. Bone; Round the World in a Home-Made Boat - Joshua Slocum and the 'Spray'; Wolves in a Blizzard - Mr. and Mrs. E. Howard in North-West Canada; My Cycle Ride to Khiva - part II - an account of a remarkable bicycle ride across the deserts of Kara-kum and Kizil-kum by Robert L. Jefferson, F.R.G.S.; Attacked by Leeches - W. Harcourt-Bath describes a horrible jungle; Incredible photos of dozens of prisoners on treadmill in the great prison of Rangoon; Photo of dead Armenian heroes in Samsoun; and more. Average wear. Complete and intact. Few pencil markings. A sound vintage copy of this wonderful issue.

Title: The Wide World Magazine - An Illustrated Monthly, May 1899, Vol. 3, No. 13 - Klondike Mission / Heroes of Niagara / Martyrs of Ku-Cheng

Author: Vivian, Herbert; Jones, John H.; Mackellar, R.H.; Magnussen, Ras De S.; Lilian Agnes Oliver; et al

Illustrator: Pearse, Alfred; Cayley-Webster, Captain H.; Hardy, Norman H.; Bone, W.H.; Wollen, W.B.; Finnemore, J.

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Travel, Exploration & Adventure, Religion,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, George Newnes, Limited: 1899

Binding: Single Issue Magazine

Condition: Good

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 346h3099

Keywords: The Wide World Magazine - An Illustrated Monthly, May 1899, Vol. 3, No. 13 - Klondike Mission / Heroes of Niagara / Martyrs of Ku-Cheng Chilkoot Chilcoot Trail Pass Captain Webb Carlisle D. Graham W.J. Kendall George Hazlett Sadie Allen Charles A. Percy Robert W. Flack Walter G. Campbell John Lincoln Soules Louis De Rougemont - part IX; Holy Week Procession in Seville (includes photos of Nazarene's in costumes similar to those of Klansmen); My Texan Elopement -John H. Jones impersonates Miss Sally Steddem; A Naturalist in Cannibal-Land - adventures of Captain H. Cayley-Webster in the cannibal islands of the South Seas (with photos of Cayley-Webster); Jinkers and Jinkering - photo-illustrated article shows how buildings are moved by horses and oxen in Western New South Wales; My Klondike Mission - Lilian Agnes Oliver of Chicago set out for the Klondike to raise money to support her invalid husband - a photo-illustrated account; Through Pygmy-Land - Part I - photo-illustrated article by Albert B. Lloyd; The Heroes of Niagara - a series of graphic narratives, each illustrated by a photo of the hero and his apparatus; "Dago" - eminent actor Kyrle Bellew relates a remarkable mining incident - with photos; The Martyrs of Ku-Cheng - photo-illustrated article on the slaughter of Christian missionaries in the interior of China and the decapitating retribution; My First Leopard - by Walter H. Bone; Round the World in a Home-Made Boat - Joshua Slocum and the 'Spray'; Wolves in a Blizzard - Mr. and Mrs. E. Howard in North-West Canada; My Cycle Ride to Khiva - part II - an account of a remarkable bicycle ride across the deserts of Kara-kum and Kizil-kum by Robert L. Jefferson, F.R.G.S.; Attacked by Leeches - W. Harcourt-Bath describes a horrible jungle; Incredible photos of dozens of prisoners on treadmill in the great prison of Rangoon; Photo of dead Armenian heroes in Samsoun,