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THE WAR FROM AN AUSTRALIAN VIEWPOINT THE FALL OF ANTWERP. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914
THIEWW FROM AUSTlNA.. VIEWPOINT THE FALL OF ANTWERP. The attack on Antwerp was no doubt forced 0n the Germans, owing .to the danger felt by them from the fact that the Belgian.field army had. a secure base there from which it could operate to threaten the German communica tidns between- Brussels and Liege, whose pre servation intact is essential. for the German main armies on their extreme right. The Ger mans foond it necessary to remove an army from their left in Lorraine to act against Ant werp, which must have considerably reduced the vigor of the German operations from 'fetz against -Verdun and the French lines to the south. That probably allowed the French similarly to movF troops from their right to the extrem e-lIt dea illef and-may have ton trihbuted to the continuing success of the Allies in the latter region. Antwerp is in itself no great galn to: the Germans, as it lies in the extreme north of Belgium, and is somewhat en circled by Dutch-territory, so that-it is wide of t...
TURKEY WOULD GAIN NOTHING. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914
!! TURKEY WOULD GAIN NOTHING. - There is no doiubt that the sympathies of -!Torkey are with Germany, -who-has for many years sedolously cultivated Turkish friendship. In fact, Tu?lrkey is the one friend that Germany p.orsesses in the world, for Ronmaaia and Itslp, 'are senonsly inthned to.ijoin the Allies against her and the smaller neutral nations-Switzer hand, HollanDo Swen Sd and Norway ..-are kept nent'al throngh fear ol theiru ;igantic'neighbor so close at their doors. It i difcullt to see what advantage Turkey ca-i ?gain from war with the Allies, which, tihe mo -men: it is declared; will certainly.entai~war ith Bulgaria and Greece by landand wi the &lt;superior Greek Navy by sea, where the addi 3ioan of the French and British Navies will .luite overwhelm the Turks. As to Russia, hiurkish territory only touches Russian wherre SAsia-Minor meets theCaucaus, an uimiport a~nt theatre of war, while.on.the Black Seathe Riussian Navy is in considerable stiength. ;Therefore war...
GERMAN CLOSE FORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914
GERMAN CLOSE FORMATION. It has long been noted by. oaictrs 'attend-. ing IGerman manoisvres that. their infontry attncks are :made in .formations which seen td is extraordinarily thick. " It is thariefore not uirn-prsing that in the present war-w'eohear con rtinually of the se formation of'thet1man Sittack, brt it maust not be -supposed, as some imagine thatthe Germanst o a nttak- in 'colom, ?That was found unpoosible; even in. t870: -It eis- probable that the German exaaension ias so' oredht that their attaching force seems-i o be in :ine, whereas with us it wonde .be. extended;s - _rosbly atthree to five paces .. In the an .~curi pa war thre apanese had. be~'i for rears ti.!rained by German inotructors; and, their tar-' ti?cs were on the German modeL- This1 ac couoend afoirther distinct prefderene for taking: ..the offensive, and for the frontal'attacks which -br;?oned the basis of their, fighting. *At the :aame time the experience at .the Britiohin ;South Africa had caused the Ja...
FIELD FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914
FIELD FIRE. Recent developments of armament have given to all civilised armies three new factors which have greatly changed their tactics . These are: Small-bore magazine rifles, smokeless powder, Q.F. guns; to which one may add the general use of heavier guns, and howitzenrs, in addi tion to field guns. The rifle has longer range, latte? trajectory, greaterpeneteation, owing to the higher velority of the hbllet, due to its less weight with a comparatively greater charge. At the same time the bullet has lessm.stopping" power, and produces milder wounds, so that wounded men are often in the io ks again. after a few weeks. The rifle isnalIto cpable ofva greatly incraed rapidity of fire when de sired,. but demands~atar greater supply of am munition. Sinokeles powder renders St most difficult to see tde point of fire of infantry and artillery, while keeping the field of view'for the firer clear during the hottest fire. It is thus?most difficult to reconnones the enemy,- or jodge .his st...
ALLEGED ATROCITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914
ALLEGED ATROCITIES. Reportsi fromi Belgirm have given heart rending details alleged to liave been commite ted by German teoops, but an analysis of them tends to show that they are greatly.e?agge rated, if not altogether without foundation. It sbhould always be recollected that the Contin ent was flooded with absolutely baseless ac cusations of a similar nature atainst the British in- South- Africa, -whose conduct, it is now well known was perfectly blameless. Atra?oities have beenonly too common in-war in past -ages, and the chronicles of Froissard give a-vivid description of the sack of: Limoges by the Black Prince in 1370, 'during the 100 yeac"'fwax bctween -- Eglaot "and France. Froisard wrote: "The English nobles and soldiers entered Limoges ready apparalled to do evil; and'to- pill and robt the city, for so it was commanded them to do. It-was a great pity to eerr the men, women and child ren that kneeled down on their knees to the Prince for mercy.. There was no pity taken of t...
Tommy Atkins is Well Liked in France [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 31 October 1914
-.-T• .y~A ski If e e i?'rance Tommy Atkios is certai:aW? making himself wvell liked in La Belle France.. Not that he is trying- to-do so by any means. It's just be. cause he's just himself that he is getting.on so famously. I quote the following incident.from ? +he-D?Dailv-aU" wvhere it appears under, the name of-WV. Hamilton Fyffe. - They? were leaning against a doorway in the town of Blank. smoking cigarettes, French cigarettes. -which they. said 'adn't got no' Sblooming bite in.'em" .. Around them was a crowd of French'people, smiling at. them with admiration. Nothing "UNDER A RAIN OF SHELLS FROM A-'GERMAN CRUISER DUR ING THE BRILLIANT NAVAL AC-' TION OFF HELIGOLAND, LIEUT.. COMMANDER NIGEL K. W. BART "TELOT, OF THE DESTROYER LIB ERTY, ISSUED HIS ORDERS AS COOLLY AS IF ON MANOEUVRES. 'EVEN WHEN- ONE OF HIS LEGS WAS TORN AWAY. BY A SHELL,. SHE GRASPED A RAIL AND STUCK TO THE .BRIDGE UNTIL KILLED --BY; ANOTHER SHOT." -woven a. French crowd to admire more easily than' the cool;' ca...
RIGHT AFTER ALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 31 October 1914
S i ; RTIHT AFTER ALLT.. --Mrs. Mason's- colored washeiwoman, Martha. wao- omplainlg tof her husband's health. :-Why is he sik,- Martha?" asked Mrs. Masao ?He's .ve'y po'ly,-ma'am, ve'ry po'ly," am wered an es the womaen"le':rgt. the exclama tory rheumatinm." - "You mean inflammatory, Martha,". said the lady. "Exclamatory means to cry out.": "Yes, " ma'am," 'replied - Martha, with- con. viction; "dat's what it is. He hollers all tt time." -
TO INCREASE WEIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 31 October 1914
TO INCREASE WEIGHT. "Rexo" (Sydney) is anxious to increase his weight. wL-From your general symptoms, faulty di gestion was probably the rrimary cause of your - loss in weight. - The following is a regular course of treatment in ordminary cases; andonly . the presence of-intestinal parasites.would pre vent a satisfactory result. Consume liberal gcantities of fatty and oily foods, wlLh farina ceous and sweet dishes. Drink two or-three pints of fresh, .warm milk daily. Exercse should be. restricted almost to the verge of laziness, but fresh air and healthy surround ltngs'are necessary. Either cod liver oil, olive Lil, or malt extract would-be taken with ad vantage.
INFLAMED TONGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 31 October 1914
INFLAMED TONGUE. "Constant Reader" (bydney) would like" a remedy for a tender and inflamed tongue. A.-The trouble may be due to. errors of diet, excess of tobacco or alcohol, or rough and carious teeth. The treatment consists in re moving the cause, regulating the diet, :taking an apraient, and using a suitable mouth wash. A dose ofonulphate of soda. should be taken first thing each morning, and.a mouth wash of peroxide of hydrogen, diluted with twice its volume of water. should be used before and after meals. If ulceration is present, chlorate of potash, 5 grains to the ounce of water, is preferable as a mouth wash. -
SKIN IRRITATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 31 October 1914
SKIN tfRITATION. "Itching" (Erskineville) complains of irrita bility of the skin. - ~-Your condition is probably of consti.u tonal origin, and your diet; therefore, requircs careful consideration. ;As a rule,.it .should be generous and varied, with:>a good supply "of regetables and little animal--food. If. possible, have a warm bath every night before retiring, and add some bicarbonate of soda to thewater. This willisoothe and relieve any irritation. Th. sin. should thea be dried-with a soft towel, and anyo itching allayed, by the application of carbolic oilior the following. lotion.: Oxide of zinc I-drachm, prepared calamine 3 drachms. glycerine of borax .4 drachms, rose water to ooz, Take a dose -of Carlsbad occasionaliy-in the morning, and.a 5 grain lactate of.calcium tablet three times a day.
CARE OF THE TEETH. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 31 October 1914
CARE OF TlE TEETH. "GA." (Petersham) wishes to know tow egletd teeth may be cleaned and restored. AeeAc a preliminary treatmept, your teeth should be examined and attended to by a den tal surgon. Then, with ordinary care and hy gtene, they may be kept in order-with little trouble. Remembcr that. well-cleaned teeth will not decay for, although bacteria be pre sent, their food supply. has been Cut off. To starches ond esgars, which undergo an actd fermentatloi, may-. be attributed- the greatest share of the causatlon of dental troubles. Ni cotine also will poon stain the teeth of a re gular smoker,'but this readily, yields to a, wash f-perxte f hydrogen, in the proportioni ot Sto 4 of wae.. o preventthe destructive action .Q, fododtu ?;the teeth" should be eusshe tisorpsghly nlh" and nbrn?ng, the fojl. dl w1 ,entl n. *per being used in: 'the drachms, powdered orris 4.drachms, heavy car bonate of magnesia loz, precipitate ; claik zoz, otto of rose 4 minima.
INSECT BITES. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 31 October 1914
INSECT BITES. R.S.C. (Balmain) wants 'a cure for sandfly bites. A?: The active principle of the poison of in sect bites is formicacid, and ammonia cures by eeutralising this and acting as a counter-irri tat. Therefore-a weak solution of ammonia should be dabbed on the affepted parts fre quently until the irritation subsides. The use of a saturated. solution of bicarbonate of- soda is also most effective. As.apr ventqttve the folowing application should b? dabbed on. the' face and hands when required: Eucalyptus oil, 1 drachm; oil of pennyroyal, 1 drach; carnpho rated' oil to lon.
ASTHMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 31 October 1914
ASTlMA. "Jeff (Ballarat, Vie.) suffers with periodic attack.of bronchial asthma and difficulty in breathing. A.: There is perhaps no disease in which the removal of the cause is so immediately attended by the subsidefce of all -symptoms: Therefore you should endeavor to find out whether any dust; .odoir, or'special article of diet is respon sible for tie attacks, and take steps accordingly. Disorders of the nose and naso-pharynx also re quire attention. The diet shouldbe light, diges tible, and nourishing and anythlng likely to cause flatulence should be avoided;, The-last substantial meal should mot be taken later than 6 p.m. No rules for altitude of residence, soil, or climate can be laid down, as that which suits one patient will not suit another, but a moist, warm temperature usually gives the best results. During an attack a nitrite of amyl capsule should be broken and inhaled from the handker chief, and -the -following mixture may be taken in water every four hours when requir...
"THE GLOBE" NEWS RECORD GENERAL MONDAY, OCT. 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 31 October 1914
NEWS RECO RD , MONDAY, OCT. 19. Fuihber good rains in N.S.W. Riverin no benefited. , Commodities Commissioner (N.S.W. decided that country--price of bran and pollard. shonol - -?-alte,-ed:to prices-ruling on Sept . 10. "Adminnstrator at Rabauil commissioned.ome aid sent her to Sydney . . Marinh Board-of Brjsbane censured mas.et of steamer -1arloo, which. was wrecked oil. Sandy Cape. - Qneensland wheat crop for season estimated, at 1,486,419 butishltels. which is a decrease of 283,013 bushels on last year's figures. t Finley (N.S.W. post and telegraph office de stroyed by. fire. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 20. Minister for Customs.sain coal export pro. ceeded as in normal times since prohibition was proclaimed. - . Meat export, be said, ?was larger, but only little wheat, flour, and sugar left country. Produce store and furniture factory of A. G. Robertson's, Ltd., of Lismore, totally destroyed by fire. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21. Bill granting £100,000 to relieve distress in Belgium passed all stag...
FRECKLES AND TAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 31 October 1914
FRECKLES AND :TAN. "Masie" "(Mirada) wishes to know of a "real" cure for freckles. A.: There are numerous methods for the re moval of freckles, and the object of the majority of these is to cause exfoliation or peeling of the outer skin. containing the pigment Preventa tive-measures will obviously lie in the use of tinted veils to intercept the direct rays of the sun. .Buttermilk, sour milk, and lemon julce are all used with-advantage,, but a more elegant preparation is a 10 per cent solution of lactic acid in rose water.'-This should be applied three times a day on a piece of cotton wool Should the skin become irritable it may be applied less frequently. The following is a most satisfac tory ointment to be smeared on daily after sponging the skin with tepid water and then drying thoroughly: White precipitate powder, i drachm; subnitrate of bismiuth, 1 drachm; glycerine ointment, to loz.
French Soldiers Went to the Front Smiling PARIS, August 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 31 October 1914
French Soldiers Went to the Front Smlng (By MADGE DONOHOU) PARIS, August 7. My husband has just returned from Austria, and he tells me that the scenes of desolation on the route he has traversed stirpass in ex tent, though not in intensity, anything he has yet witnessed in his 15 years of war.expert once in all parts of the globe-this, of course, cwing to the immense size of territory involved and the bewildering suddenness of the cat aclym. He has seen hundreds, nay thousands, cf weeping refugees despairingly trying to crowd into trains to escape from countries to which they had gone for a pleasant holiday, o: where they had lived in confident friendliness. but where they now find themselves regarded as "the enemy,". and where to stay means risk ing their lives. He has watched men -and wo men fighting like wild beasts to get a foothold on any part- of a conveyance, fleeing without money or food, and with no possibility of ca tying even hand luggage with them. Tourists to the German...
MEDICAL SCIATICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 31 October 1914
MEDICAL SCIATICA. "Subscriber" (Sydney). is troubled with scia ticaand rheumatism in the legs. A.: Sciatia is frequently onlyda symptom of disease situated in'the spinal cord, the bodies of the vertebra or the pelvis and hips. Briefly, treatment may be dealt with under the follow ing head: rest, application of heat and electri city, local application andmassage,-diet, drugs, change of climate, and-in extreme cases surgical operation. In most cases rest in bed is-ad visable, and in- acute cases essential. The ap plication of heat is of special value, and a Turkish bath undoubtedly gives good results. When movement is possible without much pain galvanic treatment and massage may be com menced. At the same time equal parts of methyl salicylate and olive oil should be smeared over the painful part and covered with wool, the whole being secured with a flannel bandage. A restricted diet consisting of white meats, fish, and poultry, with fresh vegetables and farinaceous foods, is necessary...