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NOVEL & INTERESTING INVENTIONS DEVICE FOR RE-CHARGING AUTOMOBILE MAGNETOS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914
NOVEL &r INTERESTIN INVENTIONS DEVICE POR. RE-CHARGING AUTO S MOBILE MAGNETOS.. -The: re-charging of field'anigoets of automo bile- magnetos; which' ordinarily ieeds to be done at,intervals- of from sixto ten months, may now be carried out in. any: garage by ? n ski-led attendants, by -means of a-device that has just made .its appearance on the marbet This:device is'semply" applied to the poles -of" the *magnet, and no drawying' or rubbing of the magnet is required.. - -It-is compact and port able, and can be operated by any direct current of ?the .proper voltage:. It is'claimed that with 'a .6-volt stbrage battery" or with six? ry.celis an ordinary magnettcan. be thoro.ghly.,charged m- fronm 15 secondns-0o one inuute r :" -*
HORSE-DRAWN EXCAVATOR IS SELF-LOADING. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914
HORSE-DRAWN EXCAVATOR IS SELF S' LOADING. An automatic plough and-earil-loadlng ma chine, `which dineharges its duties without e cessitatiig a stop, has been invented" by.; a Colorado (U.S.A.) man. . The machine con. silts of 'a' plough -whichpeels;,he" eacth-iito a large wheel elevator. ; hTis' in turn drops- the dirt-into a false-bottomed bed, capable of carry: in g. i cubic yard. .The implemnent is drawn by a team'of horses, apd loads: itself is 20sec. The: Unlfe& States -naval collier: Jason . hasý been selected, by Dr. Danlelsthe lbsecretary, -for -theNavy, as the Sants Clausovenisel which' "Is to bring tfhe;Amerlau .childrenas' generous gifts :of Christmas :toys and" comfotts_-for the destitute 'chilldren and wldows of. lth European
COMMONWEALTH PATENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914
COMMONWEALTH 'AEN TS. " Mest:Cr¢theurd i.Pet,,Pae ntAttoroy',.of 77 `Ceetierghehteet, Sydney, .report that the followieg' eppiiratotio to~ repatrete hare brett lodggd. at *tha o atrweirttit Patret' Ottit Mtelbourneo $"F Davies. 'Folding oaoittrn tooth buhoutt" "Filtrdl '3J flotdlith. -."Improved houlotiw Blip FlD, - rooreetiopoIre Celnpiey, Ltd. 'Xheptvvveueota itexplosives." Filed1 Drceodoe F 'S~l ttanto Aulteol tea~l4;-' Fied; Nioteto~bereQ r. -J. Jlirtoey." A reiovoirhg ;itpleotent hi yiott and huoU:l o',hooth of oitt mlcýatid the J.ýkc~itn ede '.N:`oý,.i"tdpreeemeoto It, Inraý (p
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914
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British Army Officer Falls into the Hands of the Germans [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914
tis Heto I think that It is worth while to relate what a -- friendef .mine anew and-suffered while fut-, i' lling -a mission which had beeO entrusted tip him by his Government (writes a" ofleer in SReynolds'). - - . "'We.arrived at the frontier. station.- I was tired;, and ,a I was about to enter an enemy's Sland I thought it better to take some-rest and to arrange my plan of campaign.. So after a good meal and q-good rest? ? set to work. and calmly; anid with .the gr~itest caution; drew up my programme., I. had some written -Instruc ' tions which I could not.possibly.destroy, see l. ng that I has to consult them under certain circumstances,:and I decided-to-keep them'by means ofta stratagem. I went'out and"bought a packet oi cigarette papers, and :returninog 'to the hotel copied out on four of these papers - In very small letters, with a finely-pointed pencil, all t-he Instructions which I -:was ob. Ilged to keep by.me.'- Then.I took a-cIgaretteo, emptied the tobacco out- of -if.t ...
The Apostle of the Jackboot [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914
The Apostle f the Jackboot ostateofnuod whih jsduceilGeriany -to force .a avage war. on Europe, frequent reference has been made to the teaching- of Professor Treitschke. 'who from 1i874ito 1896_ held, the attentiont 'of"his country by his lett?res in Berlin. .Hitherto those of -us wbq donot read German have only known Teitschke from. quotation, ." - ' Heinrich .von Trertschke was a Saxon, and, like Nietzsche, -he was of_ Slavonic "orikin., Eary in his life he grew enamored of Prussian jackbeotery, and his ideal 'Germany is. a Ger many domlnated by the Hohenzollern; and the Prissisa junker., He was .afected peimarily by Machiavelli, and he absolutely accepted the Italian's dictum that the State' is power. He says - e TheState is in the first instance power that it.:may maintain itself; it is not the totality of. the peiple "itself as Hegel assumed in his deification of the State-the. people is not` altogether amalgamated with it; but the State protects ,and embraces -the life. of th...
"SAVED FRANCE" GENERAL JOFFRE'S TRIBUTE TO THE BRITISH ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 2 January 1915
- "SAVED FRANCE" GENERAL JOFFRE'S TRIBUTE TO THE BRITISH ARMY. Dean Inge, "the gloomy Dean" of St. Pal's? London, addressed 3000 troops at a specail service at Canterbury Cathedral last month. "I believe it is true," he said, "that Geneial Joffre said the other day publicly that the j British Army had saved France, and that the French, who are a generous people, woul' t never forget it. "Henceforward we shall have in our ola rivals and close neighbors the fastest triends' that the country ever had. . - ." th ' "If France and Britain went down thre would be an end of freedom' for the.OldI World." Both sides have-now sVhole troopd of men who - have been given bicycles instead of .remounts. - It attacked in large numbers the cyclists simply tlirow their machines in the middle ot the road., where the spokes and wheels make.a perfe' obstacle to charging horses. The, riders thli taken shelter in the hedges and pickle offl strjggling _mass. - - rdta; . • bblia byp -Alfred Heebeet Hewrd. ld...
In the Shell-swept Zone [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 2 January 1915
In the Shel~=swept~ Zone To find one's motor-car gone from the plaze Svhere it was left is distressing enough at any ° time and under any circumstances; but to be thus stranded in a deserted village in war time, if not eractly in the war area, is to be otiy at the beginning of trials which seem end less. But we had the consolation of some ec cellent photographs which I had taken (writes Grant Marshall, a "Daily Mail" photographer), and we sne ni to finsj Somiewhere from No where. After tramping miles darkness began to fall, and our prospects for the night in the war swept district into which we had wandered seemed as gloomy as the fast-darkening sky. While we were discussing which way we should turn for shelter, a British bluejacket hoe in sight. He had all the breeziness of his profession about him, and cheerfully invited us to spend the night with his mates and himself in a barn in which they were quartered. The offer was gladly accels~ed. terman shells had made shapeless windows ...
German Officers Look Upon Their Men as Cannon Fodder [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 2 January 1915
German Officers Look Upon Their Men as Cannon Fodder How the Germans requited the faithful servico n-d devotion of a British Red Cross party In Belgium was described last nmonth by Hr. Samuel Oshorn, F.R.C.S. an eminent surgeon, lho came back from llruges, where he had been conducting a Red Cross hospitali "I originally went out to Belgium," he said, "with three nurses and three dressers to iotn the Belgian Red Cross, and at their suggestion we set out to Gemblous, where they told us We could be of use. Near Gombloux our motor -oars were fired at, and on entering the city we found it In German occupation. I was asked if I would mind looking after the German vounded. I agreed, and a beautilfl viila, the Chateau Romaine, belonging to a ,I. Docra, - was placed at my disposal as a hospital. SHOCKING FOOD. 'I soon discovered that this hospital was right on the German lines of communications. About 170 wounded came in daily from the German Seld hospitals, where they had re ceived only the...
MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 2 January 1915
IIlSCELLANEOUS THEATRICAL (to "H.G.W.," Manly) : Yes in "In Town" and other musical comedies. LOST STEAMER (to "G.M.F.," Mildora): The Kilbride has not been captured or sunk. LOADING DRAY (to "P.M.," Cowra): It woold take two men.one minute to load the dray. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (to "~B.G.R.," Leichhardt): We have a plan and explanation at office for you. GUNNER'S ADDRESS (to "M.W.," Manly): Address letters c/o oe. Miltiades, Egypt. and if necessary they will be forwarded on to England. OLD MEN'S HOMES (to "X.Y.Z.," Enfield): The Old Men's Retreat, Pittwater-road, Deewhy, via Manly, N.S.W. FORTRESS (to "Constant Reader,'" Molong): Yes, Belgrade has very strong fortifications along the Danube and Save Rivers. MILITARY CAREER (to "ILM.," city): Your son has very little chance of a successful mili tary career onless he enters Duntroon. AUSTRALIAN NAVY (to "A.M.D.', Sorry Mills) : See the article on the Austr.lian Navy in "Sunday Times" of November, I. SILVERFISH (to "Kinso"): Apply 4...
IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 2 January 1915
.l' RRIEF. "FRED": Perfectly legal. "·J.J." : It varies-up to za. "J.A.L.": Consult the l.%orce Oi1?ce. "LEXICON": Very likely it would; you are bound. "ENQUIRER": Queensland law; one could not tell. "A.R.R,": (I) Yes, you can. (2) The Court fixes that. (3) No. "G.M." (Annandale) :.It must be typewritten, and in the prescribed form. S.A.H.: (I) Yes; sf course, you must prove your case. (2) Six (6) years. "C.T.G.": Your action will not affect whatever claim you had in the first instance. 'lH..R". Really impossible to tell. You do not even say what you are classed as. "W.R.": One regrets that these columns are not open to such extensive inquiries. Surely you should consult a solicitor, where there are so many considerations involved. "AMPERE": The Municipal Council of Syd ney exclusively, by statute. "A.AL.": Consult the Department ou the Re gistrar-Genera!, Queen's-square. "T.M.C.": The notice will not necessarily free you from liability; but the onus will be on them. "PUZZLED": Prob...
WAR'S SILENT HORROR [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 2 January 1915
WAR'S SILENT HORROR Wanr, In spite of Cooyentloon., In Dot yot .5 renpecter of plooco any morn than of pomsona. Niouport Planno. in feligium.ns none or them. W~riting of what ho now then, Oto. Philip Gihhs, npeoiai enorsoynodoot of the "Daily Chmonlole." nayn: "·A moo 0 met when I motorod not there polotod to a deep hoto pnoughed op on hour hook hy a Unrman shell, and thon to a ploon a low ·hondred yards anocy, whoop a Holgiaon ol dier hod -heen hilled that momniog. "'Thot In joot a hegloniog,' he oald. He wsoo right. Par some time, as t~paoed op and down the promenade, thorn wans o fanner to the mighty 'voices of the oaval goon Oriog loom name British warohips lylog at the moost. Nor did anypanoweri tome for some time to a Preoch battery snogly placed Ia a hollow of tse dasn;s acreonedhby afIestreen. O lintened to the. uveowhelmiogeooeoniuson of noob shot from the' whlps, woonoeing at thle mighty noah of shell which travelled thonogh tho air with the noise of on enpocos tools ronhi...
LEGAL STAMP DUTY ON CHEQUES. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 2 January 1915
LEGAL STAMP DUTY ON CHEQUES. "L.R" (Randwick): The recent decision of the High Court was in relation to a case onder the Queensland Stamp Act. A customer of the Commonwealth Bank drew a cheque and did not stamp it, and was fined for a breach of the Queensland statute. The matter finally came before the High Court, when the fumdamental question came up for consideration whether cheques drawn on the Commonwealth Bank were liable to be stamped by virtue of State legislation requiring all cheques to be stamped. True, the case in question was not decided under the local (New South Wales) Stamp Duties (Amendment) Act, 1914; but the prin ciples on which the Court unanimously came to the conclusion are applicable. The Court said, in short, that cheques drawn on the Common wealth Bank are liable to stamp duty in the same way as are cheques drawn on other hanks. The contention against this view was raised that the Stamp Act came within the rule laid down by the Court, that "When a State attem...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 2 January 1915
IN BRIEP. :HYDRO" (Sydney): A permanent cure can - be effected only by surgical treatment. "CLERICUS" (Drummoyne): Adult glycerine suppositories would be satisfactory, and save unnecessary trouble and expense. "DISTRESSED SISTER" (Sydney) : Your theory is correct, but read reply given above - to *W.K." (Drummoyne). 0,C." (Waverley): Both conditions are na tural at your age. Tako three regular meals, . and drink plenty of fresh warm milk daily. "SUNBURNT" (Sydney): After bathing the Oarts with warm water, massage a little peroxide cream into the skin night and morn ing. 'PAIRiHAVEN" (Wahroonga) : The following sulphur hair restorer is most satisfactory in rcsul :?-Acetate of lead C drachm, milk of sulphur 11 drachm, glycerine C drachm, violet perfume 2 drachms, water to 10oz. 0SCREWMATICS" (North Sjdney): Take a Blaud pill three times a day, and use a warm boracic douche occasionally. Sip a glass of hot water rirsc thing every morning. "A..c." (Gular): (C) Removal of the open pores i...
HOW THE FUND STANDS [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 2 January 1915
HOW THE FUND STANDS - ad The "Sunday Times," "The Referee," and the "Globe" Proprietors ..... 20,000 0 Previously acknowledged ...... .. . 6,706 7 R. V. Booth ............ .. 5 0 Mrs. Abigail Howes (weekly cont) . 40 0 Mrsi. F. A. Shand 40/, Ethel Shand / 41 0 "A Widow" .......... .. * 1 0 Loose in War Fund Box, no name '..- 5\ 0 M.I. and C.M.I ..... .;.. ,. .. 7 0 E.A.G. (fourth weekly cont.) ~... ", 2 C From the Staf of the Thomas Walker' Convalescent Hospltal.' .."t. .. 4.. 40 0 P. Paens .. . . .. Fa -e-s:-".: *' 6 . Employees of'Ellls Davis, Ltd. :;. a". H 0" E. Jones ........... ... :..:. ;1 :10 0 H.C. ........." ....... ; .. .. ,.`. 6. , -** 5 N. and R.B., Summer 'H1ll ;:(weekly . Frank Howes (weekly cof) .. '.l'. . '10 0 From N. and R.B., Summer Hill (weekly cont.) .... .. .. .. ;.1:. *. 0 Florence Watson, Stanmore ..' ..:... -20 0 Miss Berkman, Stanmore .. .... :S 0" From the Christ Churcnh School Cookery Class .... .; . .... .. 10 .; From "Hope" . ..... .. .. .. .. 2 0 Mrs....
JAUNDICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 2 January 1915
JAUNDICE. "Jap" (Sydney) is troubled with the catarrhal form of the above. A.: When the attack first comes on rest in bed for at least three days is essential. A milk diet must be insisted on, and in addition large quantities of water should be drunb. At the onset take S grains of calomel, and follow this by a large dose of sulphate of soda, the latter to be repeated every alternate mornineg I there is much flatulence, take an eight-grain salol cachet after meals. Any itching may be treated by sponging with carbolic lotion (1 in 40). When the jaundice has nearly disap peared. convalescent diet is indicated, and the folloswing acid tonic should be taken in water three times a day. Dilute nitro-hydrochloric ocid 10 minies, tincture of nua vomica S min tns, tincture of capsicum 5 minims, water to ma.
Other Cases of Distress [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 2 January 1915
Other Cases of Distress.. In addition to the amon. received for the "Sunday Times" War Fund) ne beg to acknow ledge receipt of the followr soms. which are devoted to eases not cov red by any of the. patriotic funds, our own in luded : - Previously acknowledged .... .. .. 7 17. H.S.S ........... .. .... . 010 6 J. G. Dalley ........ ...... 1 0 0 Tiny Tim ........ .. '...1..... 0 0 A.Z. ............ .:...; .... .. .. 0 5 0 Argyle ............. . ... .... 0 6 0 Total amount receieri .... .. £10 9 0
NETTLE RASH. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 2 January 1915
- NETTLE P.ASH. "C.W." (Currajong) is troubled with irrita tion of thu skin during hot weather. A.:.Your condition is probably of constitu tional origin, and your diet therefore requires careful consideration. As a rule it should be generous and varied, with-a good supply of vegetables and little animal food. If possible, have a warm bath occasionally before retiring, and add some bicarbonate of soda to the water. This will shothe and relieve any irritation. The skin should then be dried with a soft towel, and any itching allayed by the application of car bolic oil or the following lotion : Oxide of zinc 1 drachm, prepared calamine 3 drachms, glycerine of borax 4 drachms, rosewatlr to 6ou. Take a dose of Carlsbad salts when required, and the following mixture in water three times a day: Carbonate of magnesia 10 grains, bicarbonate of soda t0 grains, sulphate of magnesia 20 Grains, peppermint water to 1on.