In the fall of 1899 Sir Edmond Antrobus offered Stonehenge for sale to the British government. This announcement invoked some public outcry. This Stonehenge cartoon by Charles Harrison was published 30 August 1899. It's carnival like seen, speculates on what will happen if Stonehenge is sold.
The caption reads: "How Stonehenge might be populated if the government bought it. Suggestions Gratis."
It is somewhat ironic that as a direct result of the government rejection of Stonehenge, resulted in Stonehenge becoming a business where visitors were to be charged admission, admit-one-adult and the first dedicated marketplace for Stonehenge postcards and collectables was built and commercialization began.
The accompanying article dated August 30 1899 "Stonehenge and what it may become!" lists 5 fictional yet most humorous future news stories from 1900 and 1901. It is well worth logging in to be able to read the full text.