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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914
ANTIIlY :yIIORDEN FOR NS O BR WAR MAP The War Map issued by the ROBUR TEA CO., together with NATIONAL FLAGS, printed in-COLORS, of the participa~tng nations, shows at a'glance the - progress of the rival armies. - When the pintflags are stock . the places - mentioned by the newspaper.?j, one gets a thorough. grip of what's going on, much more so than by just read isg the news without visually urermorising the location of the forces. Young people find monting thre.nmap and altering the flags from time to time quite interesting, and whils. doing this they learn more of the geography of Europe and the Eakt~tlhainy anrunt of ordinary lessons would give then. - The Robur.Watr M1ay is an advet but at. the same time is instructing, inter esting, and informative, anrd is sold atOa price below cost. Copies, with printel colored fags, may be obtained in eour Grocery Department, price 3d. B ' OPY OF WAR MAP ,4, TOGETHER WITH OVER POSTED FREE, ' 200 COLORED PRINTED FLAGS. ANTHONY HORDERN &a...
A New Freezer [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914
A New Freezer s sanitary. crystal glass ice-cream freezer, placed pp the American market, freezes without motion or labor. It consists of a glass jar with a hole in the bottom and a glass cover held in plariby"a spring bifl. "There is ilso a push . - olat4dl biottomiss fit: in jbe jar when r, m. A piish ro'd. baillsan-dn topper, / mad.o~.pe rcelaiss ansi rabbtr; with. a rubber pacls~g'riei to-go u.sdei'?the coer, :complete the.- utfitŽA freesisin in tures of one part o.-. eachk saltand three parts to five parts of fioely. poiindad ice is used, and the operation, of"c'a sag take ~i9ithsb-~ t~ehi#;retlijscdupis.
Ink Stains [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914
Ink Stains The stain.,of almost every.kind of ink Is diffcult to remove, the coniposition of the ink varying so much as to require varlous methods for its removal. In many cases. milk or cold water "lll lje found lnvalnable in gettifeg out the greter-portlon of ink stainns. If the ar ticle o sotilned is.small enough to be pliced In a basin of water, this method should bhe resorted to at once 'and continued until no more will come out. If ink is spilled on the floor, it is a most excellent plan to immediately cover with'some- good absorbent say salt or flour. or even blotting paper. -As quickly as these become soaked, apply a fresh applica tion, then,-after as much has been absorbed as posslbla, rub with a raw lemon, paring ont each layer-oas it becomes blackoned, afterwards. rinsing with cold water. If handy, apply dilute oxalic acid in pi-eferrenc to the above, and rinse aftera few mtnutes in water:.to which has beei &idded " little borax or ammonia. E1~ posing lik-stainled...
FAMILY COMPLICATIONS OF THE WAR [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914
FAMiLY. COMPLICATIvONS OF TrHE WAR "Coosin,' -said King - George of -England. "Consin,". responded King Christian of Den mark, "Cousin," said-the Tsar of All the Russinhs. ' Couoin yourself," replied Kaiser Wiliselm of Germany. - It all the heads of the nations which have been already or may yet be embroiled in the European disturbances were to come together on some one field of battle-in little Servia, for instance-there would be a more lively inter change of family greetings-unless the royal relatives were too cross to speak to one another at ali?-than takes place in a New England vil -aJge when everybody comes home for Thanks giving. - -In fact, about the only monarch who would find difficlty'in discovering relatives among the foregathreted ulets sould be the head of the - country whose dif?iculties have precipitated this continent-wide war, King Peter of Servia. Steps have already been taken. loeiever, to supply this little link inthe chain of royal rela tionship, so that Servia...
ENGLANDERS REALISE AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914
I ~----- ----- aENGLANDERS REALISE AUSTRALIA ". Throughout the country all one ineets - arc amazed-with pride and gratitude, as - S.Well ' - with ondier, at what the Do-" Sminions are doin g and at-Australian ost SoE.a. .beause.-their..ignoranci here S;.(ozidon)':&lt;f-our conditions and possi 4 :bilities is'so profound that to realse that Anstralia has actually a navy, and is - sending'n equipped armyof n 20,0 me; o . ias sell-as that navy wherever England -: asimis:.hardly possible to them. But . theiir delight drives home the convinring I. .. fact that. to. be an A~istralan. is a praud,. position to-day--Letter from SIR JOHir MADDE:N. -
MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914
MISCELLANEOUS- -.: RIFLE (to "V.J." Enmore).-Cannot supply KLOS (to "J.W.," City).-As far .as:we know the statement is correct. RAILWAY (to "M.E.B.," Darlinghurst). Rails are, but wheels are not TEL EL KEBIR (to "D.M.," Marrickville).-? Anthony Hordern'and Sons._ .-- . SPY (to "Curious" Marrickville, and "Sub marine Gonis,"- Randwik).--No. .• FILE (to "J.H;', New Zealand).-The file is not yet on the Australian market.. CREAM HORNS (to "i.onnia," Botahiy).-See Sepe in the issue of September 2. .Y.. INFORMATION (to "Company," Marich ville).--Your enquiry did .not come to hand. COINS (to. IHLW.:' .Newcastle).--Fiv'e pound piees-w?vre:isrued. but not ten pound pletces IAGUE. CONFERENCES (to "C.Y.G.," Toronto).-(1) 1899 and 1907. (2)All Powers were represented at the conference of' 1t7. " TIME CHART (to "J.A.H.," Mosrman).-The chart .published depicted true geographical time, nof mean time, as is adopted. VON (to "J.W.," Glebe).-The German "von" is equivalent to the Ditch "van" and the F...
IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914
IN BRIEF. To. "N.S." (Melbourne, Vie.): YoUan are at a critical "stage., -which is the cause of- your symptoms.. Keep - your- mind at- rest, avoid stimulants, and have as much sleep as pos sible. To "Deformity" (Sydney).: The condition is not a deformity, and'will- probably rectify it self in time. " " " To. "Pediculi" (Bathurst) : The application of white precipitate ointmant- is the best cre -
NASAL CATARRH. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914
NASAL CATARRH. 719 11' "HILDAGARDE" (Miranda) is-troDblgJ with catarrh, which causes deafness in both ears. A. Your complaint which is set up by an acute inflammation of the nasal membrane is known as Catarrhal Rhinitis. Any probable caose should'be sought" out and-remov'ed, as for instance, adenoids and polypi- -A-hot.&lt;dry clinate is of great assistance in effecting a cure. Local applications for the relief of sne ing and .other symptoms of iiritation -nay be demanded. The most efficacious- of these is an inhalation bf the vapor from .boiling water tc which cominpound tincture of benzoin (1 teuspoonful-to the pint) has been added. Half a-teasjoonful 'of the following powder. dis solred in autumblerful of warm water-ihold be used as a- nasal -douche "several-imis -, day: borax,'bicarbonate of soda, and oiride of soda, each of equal parts. Uider:moedlcal attention, cardricsaion of thb postekicori- a wall," is frequently resorted to witl :?. . tory :results.- - -
EXCESSIVE PERSPIRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914
SEXCESSIiE PERSPIRATION. "E.E. (Blurwood) perspires too freely dur lng the night. A. ?Ih the majority of cases such'as yours, where exccssive night sweats are present, the condition-is 'seconaary to some prmay allet tion "?which reuiulres immediate a.ttentidn, as perhaps some form of pulmonary tuberulosis, rheoatism or- aloholism, otherwise somn ab noinal condition of the vaso--notor nerve suppl--ay be-prresut, and requiee-teatsueit The dot hig should be light and absortent, thin flannels being the best fabric for sra' next the skin. Before retiring at night thb skin should be bathed in hot water, to which vinegar has been added. Cold doUching aone o-followig hot sponging often- is usedul, and :art friction should afterwarnds bhe-employed. Much benefit is usually gained by the open air treatment, although chills must be avoided. A very dry diet, with the least amount of fluids. g.ves the best result. and when nesna say a dusting powder. consisting of one part of boracic acid to thre...
WARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914
WARTS. -ELV?' (.'Bsbarie, Q.) is troubled witi: "arts on the handn A. A wirt i cused by an excessive growth, not only of the horny layer of the skin, but also of the truoe skin, so that they- may bleed eanily on cocttingt They should be treated either by caustic or ecision.. The causti treatment whscW leaves 'little scarring is gene rally satisfactory :The wart. should bet pared down so that. the' austic can act on the deeper layers, and either nitric acid, or a "miiture -of solicylic acid, Itt grains, to collodion, los, should be painted over-the urea. This etrat ment is repeated daily for about a fortnight, at r. . ..... i ., . .. .. the end of which time the warts-will bave dzsappeared. .The removal of the whole wart by excison is 'only resorted to. when more sadical treatment is-detired.
BIGGEST FAILURE IN THE WORLD COLLAPSE OF GERMAN PRINCES' TRUST [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914
BIGGEST FALUL INTHlE WORLD ScotLBAPSE i'F .GERMAN PRINCES' RUST The recenrt break-up of the "Prinees' trust," which overshadowle. everything in the German bieiness. world, waa the eoncilusion of one of the most extraordlnnryi chapters in the com mercisi and indatrinl histoz?y of the Father land, perhaps '.of the. world. It was an in glprious end to a medley of huge concerns. spread- ov'er detly :eery ptart of the earth. Tawo princely fortanes were practlcally swl-. awrd op.by .the collapse, end a dream, Napo leonlc in .ltsi conaetlon,- on which" the eaiser himdoeLt-et the highhest hopes, was quicktl and Irretrlevably shattered. The partners in this ill-fated "Furstentrust" aere to o l.The most notable princely igures en the Continent; One oi them, the Prince as Fustenhburg: waFia very close and esteemed advlser of the Halser. He possessed a fortune whlch was placed os high as £25,000,000, 'and hoe io aman of extraordlnary versntillty; riral ling his imperial master in the variety ot...
WAX IN THE EAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914
WAX IN TdE EAR. .°DAISY" (Newcasle) complains-of an ac :ucnulation of wx in -the ear. A. The usual plan. is to fSup the meatus or :avity of the ear with warm olive oil dr bicat ltnater of soda-(lO grains to loz 'of water) overnight, plugging it with cotton wool which. has bien preyioauly dipped in oil, and syring in with soft sop and warm water the nextI morning. A betier method is 'to syringe th i rrts straight away with the followving : Perox ide of hyd ro~eri.n nd? . water, equal parts.
"THE GLOBE" NEWS RECORD GENERAL MONDAY, OCTOBER 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914
~"THE GLOBE" SNEWS RECORD -0----~ GENERAL MONDAY. OCTOBER 12. M.r. CanChilef SeCretary, said at Lithgos, N.S?W, that he intended establishing a State colliry there. Srr answer to request the Secretary of State for the Coonie iaformed Federal Government that. it was mpracticable to import all copper used in Great Britain and France-from Aus tralia.· § Bodies of Harbld.Mathewman (40) and Pris cilla Warwick found in scrub at Mordialloc, . near-'Melbourne. Death in both cases resulted from bullet wounmds. - N.S.W. Governmentt issued instructi6ns pro hibiting the use of rabbit poison withiin radim i of 25 miles of factories where rabbits 'e re frozen or packed . Two cases of smallpox reported from Yass,. N.S.W. . Number of employees killed by gas eaplosion at electricity works at Lisbon, Portugal . Fire nccurred in hat factory of C. H. Barsby Sydney. Dauhage £3000.. S TUESDAY; OCTOBER 13. SGerman cruiser Emden said to have sheltered at Sebang, Java (Dutch), where it will be in terned-til...
SKIN BLEMISHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914
SKIN BLEMISHIS. .¶Wyalong" (Sydney) complains ofa red nose and blotchy skin.. -A. You cannot· do better-than follow the trcatei?,nt already, given for your complaint Do not forget that over-eating.and the con sumption af alcohol- in any form predispose towards the condition. In your case there isn evidently no.neurosis present, but the digestive organs could probably account for much. Thercfore-the diet should be such as experience dictates to be freest from any local reflex con seqcencet. Fresh and easily digdsted vegetables should form a large proportion of the dietary, still moderate amounts of white meats, fish, afd Iarinaceous fooos, when the latter cause no .dyspeptic- symptotes,- The skin, kidneys and bowels must be-kept active, and alcohol, tea. and coffee taken in strict moderation. Wash the offending parts night and morning with oaerre water. esing- ichthyol or boracic soap, ldjcine? ream may be appled at night, A frequent saline aperient should be taken in the morning. - ...
SPRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914
SPRiINS. "Soecer" (onmore) wants a cure for sprains. A'.If seen before swelling has commenced, cold should be applied, either in the form of ice or by keeping the joint under the bold water tap as long as can be borne. A piece of lint kept wet with the following lotion is then put loosely roitd the joint and 'a solid rubber bandage applied :--Sgar of lead, 1 drachm; acetic acid, 1 drachm; methy - fated spirit; So ; water, to one pint Otherswise the ice-bag may be placed outside the bandage and kept in position with tapes. If pain and swelling be present, warm treatment is the best. -A- -iannel. bandage wrung out in hot water and kept hot with a half-filled rubber water-bottle, is better than hot fomenlations.- -When the-pain eases the cold application described above must thke the place of. this treatment, and a little later mas sage and passive exercises must be beg~u. A splint, if employed, must be taken off at iner vals for purposes of massage. .
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14. "IKesingtoa Spring Cup (Sydney) rcsuited- Jchn Porter i. Glenetta 2, Jack Bradshaw 3. Five borses fell in first division, Yarrum being killed: North Star passed post first, but was disquaified and rider sent out for lif. for foul riding. :,Eclipse Stakes (CaulfiSeld) resultd-,Anna Car. lovna 1, Rathlea.2, Newberr" .: ._,_
ALL QUESTIONS ANSWERED MEDICAL FALLING HAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914
MIVEDICAL FALLING HAIR. "H.G." (Morriset) wisher to stimulate anod restore falling hair. A. Deficiency of hair, whether by general thinning or bald patches, may either be due to ftinctional debility without disease, or, as in yours and the majority of cases, to tIe acc mulation of scurf and dandruff, caused by atoo abundant secretion and rapid drying- of the natural hair oil The following treatment should give immediate sesnlts and prove-most satisfactory. The scalp must be kept dclean and anil. dandruff .removec by shampooing at least once a week with spirit soap, made by mixing two parts of soft soap. one part of rectified spirits of wine, suitably perfumed. After a gentle finger massage all trace of the soap solution must be removed by the use of warm water. The following ointmeait should then be well rubbed into the scalp :-Precipitated sul phur,15 grains; salicylic acid, 10 grains; vase line, lo. If greasy applications are objected to, the following lotion may be substituted an...
THE RECOIL OF THE MAILED FIST [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914
;. ~.? ? ECILE L?I ,--Often I hear it said by men who sit on tle reaceful stoeps of Rotterdam cafes. "This is . going to. be a terribly brutal war before its 'Theoothiers gravely nod their lueads and sa? Ilah.-jah." Unen.otional to. degre" ii' the' Diutch. - I. haec recently been among the.priests .o: the Belgan' bordr, .the burghers .of ravishe to.ns and' the ,refuoges. of Vise. nows i WHERE STARVATION IS MAKING ITSELF FELT. A VIEW, OF HAMBURG, WHERB A TREMENDOUS GERMAN MERCANTILE FLEET IS BOTTLED UP. Maastricht to the number of 700. -What I Ibave rsen and heard there makes me echo that this is going to be a terrible war. Human flesh ard 'blood .:no niatter how eivilised or evolved. cannot for ever endure thbe savagery ot the "ecutns .lithobot paying it back. Ishudder to thinh or Somq of the deeds that will be'don. laefore Ilte war:is over Mauspassant's realistic storac. of 1870 will pale. in" bloodlessness :bfore Towo days ago: 1 met a Catholic priest of tinburg who at the beginni...