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GAME. A MANNHEIM BRILLIANCY. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 2 January 1915
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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 2 January 1915
Mr. V. Veal, tibr +rwil-fhoow dral:ghto prblemro-; PooLr. teils the "Yorkshire It'ot' Dhoughto Editor htor he cre to grief in oootroeting a problem ,(ohith , irmoed to hr fultry) for the rolunono of thot .l!.Cr." IWlhe he ha bih error oth r?ay: "'ly hfr;lo. rotl beh hest r.oprerld to thoe vord ot Iho eootrroougerhr oh hor had hlor oP rett in a' ttlls'on with a Ctb. hfter tooking ot the drivr t r tto l oo t d t thror. beltnt-o- inr g e prthrtiotlly errltht:nd :' ilt. therer inot . o '. blooting. ootr for it'." ..
SOLUTION OF PROBLEM No. 1012. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 2 January 1915
SOLUTION? OF -IIROOLEM No.h. 11) Dlacl : 4. O, 7.· 0, 1O. 4 Ki's 8, 15, and :ll.t-- .- L htth: 1?, ?3.-?, 2,'2. 10, 32. I'S I1. 21. Ilack t.? p:?y and win. 0-10 10-S 4-S 00-15 3-10 130 0-3 30-3 2I-25j(*) 01.b.S S 7--11 1--1S 1---u 21--o , " Nlmeo o[ solver ol bove will be poblrhod n week.'_ " Firther ,olution oI No. IOi1 m oA. Poteiow.1y'n, ob:c-, 1
Difficulties in the Way of an Invasion of Egypt [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 2 January 1915
Difficulties in the Way of an Invasion of Egypt 'ihe Sinai peninsula is a triangular table land, measuring 260 miles from its Mediter ranean base to its Red Sea apex at Ras Mo hammed, and 150 miles across from Suez to Akabah. It rises to 7450ft above the sea at Mount Sinai and to 8530ft at Jebel Urn Sha mar, gradually falling northward across the Desert of the Wandering, and draining to wards the Mediterranean by the great depres sion of the Wady el Arish. Two narrow caravan routes lead across the peninsula to Egypt from Turkish territory, tht first from Rafah by El Arish to El Kantara, 143 miles; the second by Akabah through Nakhl to Suez. 110 miles. From Rafah to El Arish the ground is sandy, and water is found only at Sheikh el Zauieh, 22 miles from El Arish. This latter town is situated among palm groves a mile and three quarters from the beach, and it possesses nu merons wells. From El Arish-to Bir el Mans the distance is 32 miles, and the going usually sound. At El Islaza ther...
THE LACE WING FLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 2 January 1915
THIE LACE WING FLY. Sometimes in'the garden one will bose 'oresse what appears to be tlie seeds h" a founges- thin, hair-like growths with small white knobs on the ends of them, llbe very Sne pins. These have nothing to do with fungus, but are the' eggs or as insect, and a beautiful insect' at that--the golden lace wing Sy--though it should" . not really be called a Sy, -baving fdur .wings, and not" two. This insect is generally to be. found in the vicinity of plents infested with aphids. It 0has conspicuous shining eyes,- and long antennae, and the wings, which-are laid close to, and are very much larger than, the -·· body, are of enqUisite delicacy. It- Is one of the many beneicial insects. The eggs are 'lad in a peculiar way. - The female tips the end of her body to the leaf or shoot, and exudes'a small globule of gum. which she draws out to a Sno thread of hall-on-lnch in -length; 'This hardens immediately, and before she leaves her hold of it, the. female lays an egg on. the. e...
The Life Work of a Versatile Artist [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 2 January 1915
The Life Work of a Versatile. Artist A visit to Mrs. Sansom's studio is an object lesson in versatility and concentration, and de smonstrates beyond all doubt women's wonderful artistic capacity, and with what industry and interest they pursue their life's work. Not one branch of art, but several, does this clever woman express herself in. Born in Kent, she accompanied her parents • to South Australia, but not before she had ac quired an intense love of nature. As a child she wandered at will through the fertile fields and hop-gardens of Kent. Surrounded by the finest English scenery, beauty sank into her absorbent child-nature. Each movement of the birds and color scheme of the wild flowers - was focussed on her impressionable mind, and the desire to reproduce the beauties around her began to make itself felt. Here in Australia she had the opportunity to develop her artistic senses. The glories of the bush, with its my riads of flowers, berries, and leaves, entered into her soul, a...
Pen Pictures of the War in General and London in Particular LONDON, November 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 2 January 1915
Pen Pictures of the War in General and London in Particular By Madge DPonohoe LONDON, November 14. 'Returning to England after three months of woar-gloomy France is a curious e.perience. It is like doming into a new world, and hard, in deed, it is to believe-that this country also is at war. What an inilnite of difference between an invaded and a non-invaded territory HIHere the trains run in normal fashion, enaet to the scheduled momtnt. No one need travel .in cattle trucks unless his tastes lie in that direc tion. There are Pullman cars in plenty, with -ecellent and excellently-served meals. All business is carried on as usual, even the shops with German and Austrian names on their gront0 flaunting it gaily as of yore. "Is Eng land really under military law ?" the visitor drom the other side of the Channel asks in credulously, when he hears the newspapers being cried in the streets as heretofore; when be sees that the great dailies are still "great" ns to size, and not reduced to ...
How Birds Helped a General to Locate the Enemy [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 2 January 1915
How Birds Helped a General to Locate the Enemy It was a beautiful crop of corn. Goodneso 'nows how many bushels there were to the acre, but precise weights do not matter any way, for there were none left to harvest it. The nearest village was a shell, every farm house round no less, and the wild Spies on every side reported thot no human beinog had The two men who have been responsible tor the wonderfully fine showing made by the Harvard team in.American football this season and those of 1913 and 1912. Captain Brickley, on the left, is a popular hero with the followers of the game. tvhose name is legion. The refor mation of. these "fans"- is one of 'America's hardest educational problems. S -Copi_-ght, Interna?tiol_ oews Ser'ice. been seen for days. Wherefore, the crop was left to the wild folk of the field to garner, and they did, always in their own way, of course, which is not ours. The old crow had eaten till he could eat no more, and he flew up into the top of the nearest tree ...
Russia's Military Hospitals Equal to any in the Old World [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 2 January 1915
' Russia'Zs MiI~aPy HBpias Equopal uo any in the Ol1d ?Vorid Not the least interesting aspect of the war here ('rites a "Times" correspondent from Ronos. Russia) is the manner and efficiency with which the Russians are taking care of their wounded. Probably no greater or more sudden strain was ever thrown upon the medi cal department of an army than that to which the Russians were exposed immediately after operations began against Austria; for not only were they called upon to look after their own stritken, but to as great an extent were they obliged to care for and treat the tens of thou sands of wounded of the enemy who fell Into their hands. Here is stationed one of the big bases for the wounded. and here for weeks might have been seen the great torrent• of the stricken that Is the price of victories gained. Eight huge barracks have been remodelled into hos pitals, In addition to one large establlsh ment under the Red Cross of Russia. The management of hospitals in time of war is...
FRENCH REPLY TO KULTUR [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 2 January 1915
-RENCH REPLY TO KUTULR ihe Universities of France have sent to the Universities of neutral countries an answer to the lying statements made recently by the big colleges of German kultur. The French document replies mainly by ask ing a few straight questions. The following are among them : "Who wanted this war ? Who, during the negotiations, tried to secure peace? Who re fused all the pacific proposals made by Britain, Russia, France, and Italy ? Who, at the mo ment when a peaceful arrangement seemed near. let war loose ? Who violated the neutrality of Belgium after having guaranteed it? "Who declared that treaties are 'scraps of paper ?' Under what circumstances was the University of Louvain destroyed and Rheims Cathedral burned ? Under what conditions were tile incendiary bombs thrown, on Notre Dame at Paris?" The French Universities, in language of quiet rebuke, allude to the German claim to kultur, and point out that intellectual wealth and ho r.anity are not the monopoly of one ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 2 January 1915
CACTUS DAHLIAS A MAGNIFICEN' CO,.LECTION ol 12 Distinct | Varieties-for 10/. pn.?tage, 1/?etra. [ . %RITE FOE OUR LISTO. HILDAMERE NURSERY COY, • EYP'ARR PLATY "ERUCII.STr, £ 27 GEORGE STREET. SYDNEY. ~ke A - "" WHY SHOULD WOMEN SUFFER? Old-time logic accepted it as a matter of cold Lact` that women were made to. suffer from girl hood to the grave. What a monstrous doc trine ! A book dealing with the matter of pain and sufecring as affecting womenfolk, and which tells how thousands have been restored by a sim.pld home treatment to permanent health after years of pain, will be sent free to anyone who cuts out this advertisement and sends it to Dept. A., 7 LADIES' COLLEGE OF" HEALTH. "54 Oxford-street, Sydney. Ladies ,.shiing the city are cordially invited to call and chat over health matters with the Managere.--*"
NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 2 January 1915
iNOTES. ' The N.S. W.atra' Queenelend texegrophle maich Is reported on atother page. The tiollocing oigienal effusion drittedino i"st wteeh: TD ALL CHESS PLAYERS. " ".im a Cheet-man(1ce); * Mr the "aopectg'" year be one of "perpetual". plei sure to atl ye:"khightas" of ye 'aquare" tobte; mato thery 'diacover chehks" on their "fite' thatc-re not 'cae tces"; may their.interest iu the 'king" of games eergo "atote"; acay theteir "quecn'.altays be their toote" atot neer 'hate the oppcoitio"'; and, "en .pas tast." tay thee nero, hoce to "pawne" their "cestlea" to a "rach." The perpetrator it still at tare e LThe "bishop.- eltre', heeo inceluded it t a] Dr. Laaker deootes the greoter part ao his eheac eolumn in the "cosoiehe Ziaculo,'" at Oeptember 27, to a dissertation ol toctirs o carried out on the targer hoard of battle ewite human beloga for tite pitces. lla. cussing the position tree of the battle o-the riters, he states etLtht e trobhem that the Lereneu roocndeer have to seote i qau...
CHESS PROBLEM No. 904. (By S. Green, London.) [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 2 January 1915
! CHESS P.O.E.. i oo. 90.. (By P. Orrw,, LndoL). 2 Q a K 1,B 0 N 1 N, B P 1 lp. I pl Pk 3, Op 2PP2 pp2,n42r, 4B. Black (10 pitecs.). ,>1. B hite (B p'ieeM.} I1"tte to pay and at, e'in two nloes. SOLUTION OF PROBLEM No. 902.. 8, 7 t,'8, 0 p i, 8, t K 1i, 4 L 3, 2 R 2 N 2o" , Wllte to play and mate in three. .?R--R sq. . 1 P--K(-5 2 ---t sq 2 Any move." 3 Mates Sece,,?oed m: Se .,. JPnio2."1 , de :Be Byde "Coombr, Stnmoree; J. Brennan, Coogee; . C T.tte, Further solutions o" 2.o. 901 from A.. Oodgkinaon, Newcastle0; !d GO W.IV. Pearce, Seen BRills. - . O CORIF-.SPONDEOITS. 3. nRENIA : WeWe , alwys ples,,, to -receie ne - eomer to thee rnks. C: A.- VLLINGO: Re 901, "Kt---yK 2 ch" defeats your Aey mJort Pot..N JUNI01t:'t ehii? ofl the' gwde old block," ehl
POULTRY PIP AND OTHER AILMENTS THE LAYING COMPETITIONS ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 2 January 1915
POULT£:RY :: PIP. AND OTHER AILMENTS THE LAYING COMPETITIONS ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. D'oDueoeter" (Ltthgow) wrdts : "I baoe three Mus eovy ducks sitting on their own eggs. One lot is lust noming out,' hot as soon as they break the shell thle -sitter eats them. If this is a usual thing with Suon os can o nvse e wa ses to nhe o o pn rovelmtivehin order. ?w?!t 1 ntJ.ravY e tso~met of the duk]nsc?lr, * tno the othee tno nittenof' --.f: It will oaeo a salutary effect if you cut her head l. oou cannt cure ducks. "Ajax" inquiros "the approximnte area of land and what outlay would be nenessary, to equip and stock o poultry farm to return a net profit of £500 p.:. alter the. rSt year's trading. hobrt class of bird would yoo recommend and would yen advise egg produotion oe dresned poultry as tn.Coooio hrnch no honinnoob" a.: It would take more than the spaoe allotted to this column to cover the ground of your first inquiry, but I will be pleased to give you all information ot onm disposal ...
Belgian Invasion a Mistake [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 2 January 1915
Begi?an invasion a Mistake A traveller who passed through Germany shortly beforo the fall of Antwerp sends the "Times" the follownlg record of a conversa tlon with a member of the Bavarlno Landtog. It brings out In an interesting manner the searchings of heart felt by a loyal German who Is at the same time a Bvaarlan. and there fore disinclined to sympathlse wIth the Frus elan military party. The Bavarlan gentleman said :- We should not have violated the neutrality of Belgium. By that we have lost many soldIers, we have lost.preclous time, and We have had no real proflt by it. If we had noo done that we should nat have had war with England, and in consequencce lost the support of Italy. and probably the war with France would have been already onbshed. From Alsace and Lorralne ln two weeks we should have reached Paris; nobodj doubts that the French fortresses could have been taken as easily as the Belgian. If we had then been prudent, we ohould have given France very good terms, so g...
THE DOG WORLD THE BULLDOG CLUB OF NEW SOUTH WALES ROYAL A. SOCIETY'S SCHEDULE ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 2 January 1915
THE DOG WORLD: THE BULLDOG CLUB OF NEW SOUTH WALES ROYAL A. SOCIETY'S SCHEDULE ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. "W.h.A." hes a dog "about l2S0bs. weight," lhich te stys "Is subject to Set soometimes twice a de, with intereals of two or three weeks." te also 'lqulres whether "anything cat he done tor same 7" A.: I presume your dog Is too tot and gets in sufiieont eoercise. Plenty of vegetables would be ad vontageous, and astrong dosing for worms. A cure er fits is a lhot hath at once, and a dose of bromide of pottesiuee:. eo" i nave a pure-bred Fox Terrier puppy, ten woeets eld, who, although washed once or toeec a week, acd seeols to be devoid ot Sie-s, is conti aoUeslyt ertehino itoelf It has a rash on the stoolach ani hind legs. Could you goie me any inoterneoton as to the cause and ohcat to do.to allay the irritation o A.: From the sCymptones it looks like case ot eeeemo Apply sulphur acd lard external'y, and give homoeopateie UlplhoU internallcy. Sulphur and ntao oesta internally as a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 2 January 1915
ECZEMA S'AND OLD WOUNDS-i-THEIR CURE. : An antiseptic ozintment known as Borazel is a new preparation of unequalled value, and never fails to cur- the worst cases of Eczema. Old Wounds, Bad Legs, Ulcers, Pimples, Cuts. 'Sores, or'any skin disease. No matter how Bevere it may 3w, this germ-killing ointment stops the irritation at once, and begins healing .with the first application. Its quick healing p powers are astonishing. We strongly recom mend sufferers to use Borazel for their skin n disease. It can be had from any chemist, oi " 2/2 by post from Washington H.. Soul or any of Pattinson's Drug Stores, Sydney. (Medical ants);- j ,. THE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY EsTADLISIIED 100.4 OF SYDNEY, LIMITED. CAPITAL PAID LP .............................. £ 2,0000OGO 0 RESEIVO FUND .. . . . ......... 1,730,000 0 0 RESER?YE CAPITAL .....? ..... .......... . 2,000.000 0 0 TOTAL .........£.... ,5,730,000 0 0 EOSIZOTORS . Geor: e J. Coe.E. Rq.. ChOairman. Ron E. IIter. SI.L.O., Dequty-ChaIrmq,...