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A HATEFUL EXAMPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914

A HATE dL EXAMPLE. If them-Prssian mmlitart' spirit were to be approved :and imitated by the Allie?s of.to-day, their. claim .to represent htian and national rights would be betrayed, and :with it. would .: go the- hope ;f tihe peoples to mrath,: thtough this immeasurable', agony,'an . organised- ,an "' `'" lasting peace;--Mr.. ."H. P.orno . *Tre GermanEs, 1l'their bomDikrdmenbof Sai plgny, devoted their h"ttentlon almostekeluatyve . ln to the propertyn. - neiO f byPreldefit ' n.?ato -: 1eniset.etown. "lcwre betirely d etrod - -. premises, wbhi'were ent I $.destroyed.:,c:- .

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Lesson to be Learned at this Period of the Year [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914

e Lesbon to beim aU this eio ot he Year -Do you remember Scrooge? - Doyou remember the Christmas Carol,"-or, if not that, the old "Fourth Reader?" Or is Charles Dickensforgotten to the piresent gene ration.'::Should this be so, surely there is no time like the present for reviving the memory of se great a-tan. and equally as sure is it'that there is, non cquse .sore than that of Christian charity on which he is 'so fitted to speak. Therefore, at this Christmas time and for the Ssake of those in quar midst so sorely inwant of the .exercise of that kindry feeling traditionally connected with this 'festival, let us revive his To tell' he:whole sto?rrywould be tp spoil the pleasure of those who` av yet-t'o "read it for tli f-rst-?me .Let ,us a merelsummarise and perps":give-?-it ful that wonderfully pathetic and so lieaiorous concl?tison.. - Scioge the skifinn, Scrioge the wretched miser;s 'Scrooge- the-negation'of? all human feel ing, that is the picture fist presented to us. if w e bq...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Germany Can't be Starved Out, says Eminent Professor [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914

e any Can' : ta e tsays rofesso . en i rEnch AVANubterrMnean SrENANch' T !Bobared b t Grris -A Scene. in a Fg'ench 'Subterranean'Trernch B'ombarded b~ the Germans. It hasn heen repeatedly-claimed (says Profes sor James Long in the 'Dally Mail") thuit one of the main eauoed of'Germaziny inability to con tinueo the flght-will bo the shortage 0 otood: - It -s, therefore, worth while to consider how far. there is .any truth In the suggestioniiIndeed, how far ab?ols-selfsupporting In 191 the esti- .mated Population of the German Empire'iwas 65,429 ,000 or twenty millions more than that: o? theoUnited Kingdom, or practically the name as the United Kingdom, Canada, Australasia., and aouth Africa: combined. Our cultivated land ex -tends'to 41 million aeres;.Germany reaches 781 million acresa. (1912): of, which 60 millions. are arable, agalist 20 million acres with us. Thus Germany with a population of 40, per, cent. =more. than or own, possessesn three ti'es the corn?growing area.. -, " The...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
READY ASSISTANCE PROFFERED [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914

READY ASSISTANCEI PROFFEREI) ?In our last, issuewc ,pubtialced. the; fadts about certain cases? of the inost.obvioWsi distress'that - could not receive help 'from any f. the various - big war funds that have een? t raised by public subscription. :Front the the the first mail ar rived on.Monday, morning uatil-lhe end ofithe week letters have"becn received at the office containing offers:o? assistance'to these people. ither in the way of ready cash hr as-ffers . " employment of- -a' suitablesicature. " r oOe case mentioned, ;thliatt of Mrs .C-, of New tos?v, we" received, to lessm than fiveSapatera offers of Help, includingo ou:-giving cashkassist anCe.- .For ,the eztaorditaiaacase-. of , .rs. Br u a reader who has lready p rove ientable guardianuangeltto more-thantn: of. these.who laveagught help at our 'hands,' tr- - warded- in cahh so-mi.ient to tide' the uinforin- - nate wemat. over; her:-temporary difflculties., The. detailed list is-as.lollows:- " - Previously acknowledged ;-+. ...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOW THE FUND STANDS [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914

..Hw THE FUND STANDS " The "Sunday Times, 'The Referee," and the "Globe?' roprietors" . 20.000 0 Frevloosly acknowledged ... :.. . . 8378 10 romi the .employees of Mineral Dept. Loose i. War Fuod Box (nosnimbe) Mtiss WOOS: - - Mrs. Cary SBtherland (weekly cont.) 1 0 A:' :W: Corn ""Cordels.' 'tSt .MailloT.: A StallkChild. .. . . . S 0 'Mother.-of Two t - the Front".. ., 0 lO'rlin .Raymon -Dick; JohnB'l.tuart-Dlck S 3._-..'. -Milton 3oenes. Dick-_ 'Msrjory, ileXnder.Dk 3 bire. 'Cary., therian..tWeeki, p.ont). Ardlaw'Lawran - .1 ,"0 "A Little Forgiveness .: . .' .. 100 .0 N. and RB Summier 1iil-; (weekly 2' 0'rankdTowes o(weekly (dokl) d. ii 0 Waiopawa- (stamp . . . 0. .. " g, yK.- (four-weeks' cont.) :-'-.: •4 "0" ".: 4 Gao Employees NS?. , . l?ailway. (?u.d weekly cont.) - "? 3. 0. "Coosee," 'ullamore- toot .bock) 1' 0" The Sunday'Tlmes.."The- Referee, end "The Gioko" Staffs' (weekly root.) : .13 .3 Total 20.760. 7.

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOW GERMANY ENCOURAGES ART (IN OTHER COUNTRIES). [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914

HO14W ~GERMANY ,ENCOUDRAgE; ART. (IN O THER 'COUNT.RIESy. - . Ma Ines. was bomnbarded _three times bjyi th ermians, :;This ph6otogaph shows the: rýzinao.tho Cathedral, against which:a yilusQenSGI. - --. ' '-. . -.. mah..flro *as :djected:j; °,; -0pnh+~ignh 1nkuteraosal.9vwa',B&rV1p.

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARCHBISHOP'S MESSAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914

ARCCHBISRt P'S= MESSAGE. Much will depend ion'i th? skill -a?nd bravery OI our aitors and soldiercs eoen nmoe. will depend .on ?te spirit of the, people.- We are sure of the oue ' let us make sure of the other. The message which' I send to you is theiword of'SL-tPeter: "Gird up the louns of your minud. be sober "-Archbishop of Y-York.

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RISK OF ATTACKING SHORE BATTERIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914

RISK OF ATTACKIf- SHORE BATTERIES, There is no hope of at fleet, however supe rior, being able to-attack the enemy'a port and noapture hls fl-eet pr6vided thathe battere are numerous and heavily -armed. :the gu..manned by eficient.arteillerymen, add the troops on- land adequate to atop any attemipt-: to land parties - from the attacking fleet,: Batteries an shaore' have great advantages over; :ships attacking' them, so; great as."to, make it-.mpomible:to do. anything against.them:without the greatest niski- .of imperilling-the- attacking fleet. The, elst- . encea of enemy's unbeaten fleet in the pprt inakes - it essential that the Britishi strength at sea shalt? not be 4iminisliediby losing ships in attacking coast fortifications. No adminiral would eil?1 inglybring his'vessels under-the.fire tf powerful .coast' batteries and, run -any. risk; of- some of thm-'.tbing~ crippled, -or perhaps: sunkc:" To,;_ adopt. such- a- course would be:'gratuitously' to add the'guns~on thoen to those...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STAY AT HOME, BEST PLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914

STAY AT HOME. BEST PLANE - The fact that the desire of the British is that, the Germans should conice out and fight niakes it clear that the correct strategy of, the Ger mansu is? fo stiay ins port and not gratify ther British by a: battle.; In previous wars variour efforts have beek made .to-lure out the weakes fleet from its oafk retreat, either by diminishing -the British strength in front of him, so as- to present a weakeoss-which ight tempt him-:out, or by threatening his*- oasts, or .driving: his trade off -the ona; so as' to -compel hier to flight in order-to save it. Ite may also be. forced to emerge: to-,aop military' espeditions moving Iversea- to-attack. his. colonoesm. - Unless he can? d deprive Britain "of_ :her command of the' sea hi" Strade 'iiust cease and his coloni bes captured. This- was effected against Germany in the first six weeks of war - "?Until, h'ovieser, t~t e°ne~my`emerges and can he, brought to 'action. the-.necessity of. keeping watch, on him must enta...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENEMY WHO DODGES BATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914

rENEMY WHO DODGES BATTLE. We must now turn to the case where the `enemy may be so conscious of inferiority' that he witU not put to senand risk the arbitrament of battle. He, may' keep up his attitude of evading battle, either hoping'to get some chance of more favorable encounter with a portion only 6of our force, or in some expectation of effecting a junction with an allied fleet, so as to become strong enough to fight. -.:- : - ..An-eneoy's unbeatenflett lying. behind strong batteriesin a fortified port presents a difficult problem to deal with. This is the situation of the German fleet at present. The-moment at which it decided to send it out to sea cannot be foreseen, and the British fleet must continu ally- remain in-a condition of readiness to meet the enemy if he emerges. 'This will entail an asslduous watching of the entrance watera.to the enemy's port by cruisers, scouts; and:de stroyers, so that early intelligence shall- be given of any movement of the enemy's fleet from t...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GREAT FORESIGHT NEEDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914

GREAT FORESIGHT NEEDED Itil obvious from the, above conoidera tions -tat in a great naval' war a correct dis tributjQn: of the navy for `its vartous duties whiclh "etjnd all over the- world, demands great f6oesight,'high professionial judgment, and "co ordinated action on the part-of all subordinate :comm?iders bof the fl'ets and equadronsa-which go to make op the immense naval force of, the ,smpire. Thia -force has .a multlplicity of .ob jects and duties to attend to. . Ilt aa to oppose the various battle .leata' of :the enemy, to :deal with his cruiser: squadrons,: an#to anticipate the movesienets.lf. hi'individual ships. Tnity of action uinder r?ircumstances constantly.vary-' ing requires unity of.. coiand. -:The central. authority alone;don cont?nuously receive ?hreads - of itformation from:eve?y-part-of thie.aorld,, and issue prompt and- Correct'order?s for: move-. menta planned on thte-intelagence:to hand. :".' SA navy under one coriand can be?disposed and moved to: best purpo...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMAND OF THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914

-'CoM?11AAD OF TH`E SEA.. When naval sapremacy has oice been assured, as is: thne case at preeent,-:England possesies command ef 'thesea, which as said above. means that icr crcommunications across the sea are open-aod,. safe,:?vthlo.th-o'e.:of the'enemy are denied to him. From this two 'resul ts follow (1) defensive, givin securilty to British trade arid. territory;.(2)' o'fknsive, giving"Britain' the power of striklng freely where she wishes. Each of these two results of possessing commnand of the asea, may be considered in its two aspects;.as bearing on trade afloat and onnmodvements of troops overseas. T'e possessaion'of' open sea communications by England affoids.a's.afe-pai sage acrois 'the ocean to her anerchant:shpai, and cat. the'same time makes it' eafe for :her to move transports'carerying.soldiers; to. attack the eneasu ' eolonses and coaling stations, or to ar:ist " an ally. We have stenall ath ieffectsm of sea-command in the eontinuance' of the 'nor mal passage of our....

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE VALUE OF SPEED. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914

THE VALUE OF SPEED: In all the minor naval engagements to date the value of ships with a superior speed has been clearly demonstrated 'as-being evensupe-, rior to accuracy of.gunfire. But it is doubtful if it will prove so in any action oi a large scale by the battle fleets, for, in that case, the speed of the whole fleet will be determined by its slowest efficient fighting ship, and, owing to the long range of the guns carried by both outir own and the Germans' ships, neither fleet' can utilise: any superiority of speed to get outside the range of the other without rendering its own guns ineffective.. I do.not mean that.the speedier battleships will not be. of more alue than their slower sisters, because it is certain that their speed will be used to the very best advantage by the opposing admirals-for the, purpose of cuttingoffships which.mayhave been temporarily disabled, or preventing ships which could be manoeuvred in such a way as tomake it possible for-them to rejoin their fl...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN THE MEDITERRANEAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914

IN THE MEDITERRANEAN. Although. at the present time all eyes are ''iipn the North Sea, we must' not- forget -the fine 'work -which Is being carried out by the Anglo-French fleets in the Mediterranean where they are carrying out an equally successful blockade to. that in the North Sea;-and, accord ing to reports, are gradually diminishing the Austrian and: Turkish navies. At the -same time they are guaranteeing the safe transport of the Allies' troops, and keeping the merchant shipping immune frors attack. Individual acts of daring are:also undertaken by the ships there, such as the one reported last week in itiated by Commander Helbrook,'who, with tubmarineBIlI, sucicessfully evaded the mine fields -and-ohore batteries and torpedoed the old Turkish -battleship Messudijeh-a ship that is counted by the Turks as an effective unit. This daring piece of work is all the more remark able becaiuse: thetDariisnelles arelknown to be very exteltsively' minedo, and, in addition, are considered ...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE KEY TO BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914

THE KEY TO BRITAIN The:story'credited to a cerman. officer that, in-the opinon of-the authiorities ins Germany, Zeebrugge is tla' key to Britain, seems to be borne out by -their feverish efforts to retain It. It must 'be apparentto everyone that the'. is no placeo'n the-eastern side of the North. Sea. that would- be eo 'suitable as the Belgian port for a submarine'base. Tlie under water:craf(~t would undoubtedl? b' the- nimain escort of transports should they' ever be in ,' position to attempt .a" landing of troops .n, Britain, whvich. is doubtful,; notwithstanding that ,last week 'they showed how our'- patrcflifg,, lines may be .eyade by= a will-on-the-wisp-?move rneit~ ..But up to the present any:aubmarines possesed by. theLGermane and iaing.,the. port pof Zeebrugge as a bashe,- have provsd -useless 'to prevent oun .monitor. from carrying-:out successful. boinbardiments off the. coast-lower ,down. It is moirethan likely that ? the minds of.the German authorities, Zeebrugge as a ba...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LOSS OF THE BULWARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914

--THE LOSS OP THE' $ULWARt1 The finding'of the Court ;of Inquiry into the loss of the: Bulwark was geneeally, expected, althouglh some entertained fears that. lt would be foundc_ to :be 'due to some outside esploiosiu caused by the enemny. .Though- the details: are. meagq t t:is "possiblp-to. -gnthet that.th.e vt deuce of drivers and' experts has proved conclu sively that the explosion was internal .iuchara:. ter,: due to- some explosive carried in the ship, most blikely the ;ammunition which was being shipped into her magazines. Naturally,` it was impossible for anyone, no: matter ?bhow expert, to do anything but receive evidence.and dforms theories, so that. the actiual caouse will'"never be absolutely established. This in itself shows the numerous da-ngers-which in war time arise fron the ship's ow.explosives.: During' such, periods man?d safety precautions exeerised'cin .times o01 peace would bo abandoned, especially in cases which interfere with any-apidity of 'transport ing ?a...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POULTRY OVERPRODUCTION (?) OF EGGS HAWKESBURY COMPETITION: NEXT YEAR'S CONDITIONS ANSWER TO CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914

POULTORY OVER1PFFRDUCHI (7) ;... :. . , OF:EGGS . .... the :care of poultry.,- .& .:Mr.-Gt." Woodsd. W , : tat tl Boso' Poulty: farm,. Hampton,-Vitoria, baa re-ently ;3fblishedo a'work sucha you -equire., I s ituro. ble '-lMe ,Agus aind aobron'tB. kydney;. ;: : Last week Mr. Tomn iesonsE'atood. forwarded two ban'and two. pullets'o! his Iamod' Leghom" to'aWr wick (Queerland) ancir. .. ' The tfeiosbury CoUCE layoig comtpetition s j to be oondcr new euoanaemoeot oettyesr.' Committeo..;W.';IL Potts ( )hairsman), J. 'W. 'iaodlingtoh (Ooerne x. itei). A.-I. Wyndham (poulty istructor); ,. D.IBR (Department -of, Agricutre), L. - L.i oamsy,'-.E . J tereyand J. Stwat. Mr;.oa I to te or gusaid(g secretary. ewi .conditions aOre6.:i Most be correct age;tb- ) mus?? (asir speclinens o the' bred; sod c) most'ot he'of -less eigh 'th-a iil-tenoiesg soy coIor.6rkl; Plymiouth Bocs jiki eSlidsit.,lib; Uhode inad BCed.' 41b; Wysmdottre6 4ib;. 3ijoires, 4hlb; kg-. hos, 311Sb;- LegsEhot; _4th. They...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914

* FITS. I -,EPILEPSY. ^J~ WONDER h~aso Dromide' of ?atoih. Poovedcure Full = . F?~culelt -v. 1. :1IL1tSON, A. P4?ET CURE. FOR COLD: IS TR A " TIT-HATREADED SCOURGE,_ - HAY FEVER AND CATADRHD. EVERY U$EI='(AND HIERE AlIT ESULTITUDI NOW) IS DELIGHTED : w n 27'.9T " - E " " " "". , SIMPLICITY, ONLY SALT AND ,I.". A -"'r . NO DRUGS I . - 91 . i .411 C/e~ o e ,iI/ rgT GEN9A tD D1IL( ' cAa~nR 110W wy?i41on Sydne7. ADECZiEMA AN OLD WOUNDS- lRIR 1 CUR An anitlsepti ointment known as Dorazel' £ a new 'preparation -of unequalled value, antd nev'fails to cure the worstcas of p.E-zems,?*-' Old -Wonds,. Bad'Legs, Ulcer., Phnpless'Cut.. ! Sores, or any skin disease, No matter how severe it may.-be, this gernimkilling` ointment stops the irritation at.once, and .begins .heaning:,g-' with -the. fii~st' pplication. 'Its ,quick. healing- powe?s' are astonishing. We strongly recom-a ?m?end sufferers' to- ist Boraecl'for their; skin disasease It cai. be. had from any chemist;, o 2/2 by post from Washin...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE DOG WORLD K.C. OF N.S.W.—SOME NEW RULES CLUB AND KENNEL NOTES ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914

'ET 'DOG: WORLD: : .C. OF N.S.W -SOME NEW CLUB : AND . KENNEL=.` NOTES -ASWEI1S TO CORR-'P0ND1:NT.'. Ok= kinder isleo: -Whot -couldd cre -my' pog dog T .' tiso bo ibegoa to toll out n, t tpo.e=Jtd :2mow ie 'has ao fiery. irritatng itoh. on ctheolin' ol .bis' hind ,od -torte lege. -The*_ari, Uall lumpi-not-er-chdt sem.to - e. o.lmtrte .lorit very 'moch." .Aos:, L','iddntly, eetem: " 'Apply' mdi- b? d nod lard d emteolly (l bre elf hbomoe'o, poi. b " o'sOtppur inteernlly. "dt' LIm" on" t.lis -heatitg 'This reply alr oapplie" to r,.- O.'Jonor' Inquiry,` 'The LAdlii~seeo ' atClob of !lInoo''bootb WeR'lec. A . peiol,"georinil metiog'ol thie 'ilbr-will be. beld1in the lodien' rom Srchool -of;Aele, Pitt-ctroet, an` oteay .0, 1915, at 8 p.m. Financial m hetes holy wIll be 0. r"bdtted.t Soheoriptioms'kiao-be paid'ato'to'door. The :: busiootmto-bod oieiveo d ise'-ry ?oiporeoii ' IILLDIoOGc.-'=1t ot'ry good bitch' Dooum Cotmty Dark'o , -. (imp.),-- by the "ropok .Englttshiere - l'asauit -B iet...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
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IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914

C.R 4af): The wie s qt o-; thing, for. the husband' sharia n j .the? iigciwi -/ estate-has lapsed .. AUSTRALIAN C:Censult the Old ? e Penh ions .. Oce,- Sydne ? .?? hat would save yol u all frher Aronuble ., , -. -= SSURREY-: no he icouldnote Itwoade ft?s. . tdo ?nh.space. t :explain. in detail, lnt :(-- eYt besplanilatin isa toh plat itcolbehel facxt be: .reeasoo .orbl .U ANXIOUS It?s?o hirs?oednow.-a nd- i yon:::-' -'wilt not comply with 4those.*wO requests-ho -- is at liberty -to terminate thb teanicy, by gvs ig yous reas.onale notice. a 'ANXIOUS (G.o.) - Teya h: ette nom-depluine nest time. :There are-so many: anxioua :en-,_:. quirta. On Othe facts. presented, Yoa-would: be lthhte to attachinent.::" PATI?ICK' -(1). r Probably no .'it al- depends - onthe precie -arrangeien.ts made with t?u~r;: -. .-: in respect of-the property: (2)= Give: each, one ;; of those -referred to ipetidt notice of ,wills,;' F.J.ACannot reply an- the way asked.' ,(): -Caonot-teli you :the cost --ate -the...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
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