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Common Bond of Bravery that Holds British Together [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 9 January 1915

Common Bond of Bravery that Holds British Toge er - The following extracts from graphic letters Bent home to friends in England by an Oxford 'chaplain with the British Expeditionary Force give an- intimate insight into the human side S'"o" the war : SWar is appalling. wicket, hellish, and ought to be stopped for evermore. One of the first remarks made by the people of this place whenr we mar. hed in (a week after the Germans had been hecre) was, "Thank God, the British soldiers don't stink." The people tell mt that the smell was so bad that they fled up side streets to avoid passing the German troops. ncc doubt they had been weeks without a change Sof clothes. The spirit of-our fellow's is amazing. For in stance, a Scots Guards private was shot clean tlrough the thigh, but the bullet missed the bone. He had it dressed, and went back to the trenches, where he remain'd fighting two days and nights. Then. as his leg. as he said, "felt stiff a bit." he walked Into our ambulance tospital...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Novel Aspect of Modern Aerial Tactics [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 9 January 1915

A Novel Aspect of Moden Aerial Tactics So much has been written about the value of air-craft in war, both prior to and after the beginning of August last, that it would seem impossible for any further light to be thrown upon the matter. Much that has been writ ten, however, has been a matter of ciuplicating, collecting, and amplifying those original essays that marked the public appreciation, some few years ago, of the aeroplane and its possibili ties as an aid to warfare. Of the more recent articles that have appeared in the English Press, perhaps the best, and certainly the only cne of any novelty, was that of "Ornis," con tributed to a recent Engineering Supplement of the London "Times." Following are ex tracts: "The matter of outstanding interest to which attention has been called lately is fighting in the air. In the absence of thoroughly authen tic reports from critical eye-witnesses of fights in the air, we must base ourselves upon the cutstanding fact that airmen are mostly ...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Germany Admits that She Covets the Belgian Coast [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 9 January 1915

Germany Admits that She Covets the Cgian Cost The "Berliner Tageblatt" has been guilty of an indiscretidn which in Bismarck's time would ."have earned for it thr penalty of confiscation .'-with worse to follow. It has admitted in cold print that Germany has always coveted the Belgian coast I BRITISH BEASTS OF PREY. After shedding crocodile tears over "the sad fate which has overtaken Belgium," as the re sult, of course, of British selfishness, the Berlin journal says : "It is certain that the little State of Belgium is of no value whatever to the British island State except as a political tool, which will he used only so long as it offers any advantage, and will be flung away like a rotten apple the moment it fails to answer its purpose. "Indeed, Belgium may be more rightly con sidered as the continuation of Germany's own coast-line. She is a country, therqfore, in whose industrial and general development we are by nature intended to take the very deepest in terest "The same may be ...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
What the Restoration of Poland May Produce [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 16 January 1915

Vhat te Restoration of lPoland May Produce WARSAW. November 30. A Polish peasant woman and a Russian baba were talking in the train. "Wha dread 'ful things the Germans are doing !" says the Russian woman, a heavily-clothed old wife w:ho has come a thousand versts by train in order to find and nurse her son who ip seri ously wounded. "What things they are doing to women, to the churches. They've ruined a great Cathedral somewhere, I've read." "Yes," says the Polish" women, "and our Pope has written against> them." - "A new one, isn't he, surely ?" " n . "Yes; the old Pope died at the beginning -of the war; it broke his heart". S"Trying to-make peace among his children, eh? "' Clearly the Austrians are his, aren't they ?'" t o . ' Yes, they are ours, too." "Ah, how they oppress the poor Slavs, the Czechs, the Serbs, the> others. Barbariafs, that's what they are." '"YXes.barbarians." - This-word all the Russian peasants have got hold of. Ask the peasant what he thinks of the Germ...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 16 January 1915

MISCELLANEOUS LORD {ITCHENER (to "E.V.K'," Kogarah): Lord Kitchcner is snot married. SONG (to "Music;' Vaucluse) : The music stores do not sell "The Happy Fatherland." WAR PROPHECY (to "M.B.C.." Melbourne): -he prophecy you refer to was written Ly "Old Moore." He is not a German. MANGANESE ORE (to "Manganese," Leich hardt) : The address you require is : John S. Jones, Peel-street, West Tamworth. WHIST (to "J.N.," Newcastle) : It is not al ways possible, for one thing. No fixed rule for guidance in such a case can be laid down. EXAMINATION (to "C.W.H.," Marrickville): The same examination papers are used, but a Bursary candidate has to get a higher per centage. STATION WORK (to "Enquirer," Sydney): Apply to the Superintendent, State Labor Branch, 6 George-street North, Dawes Paint, 'Sydney. A.LUMINIUM GOODS (to "Query," Parra natta) : W. S. Friend, 113 York-street, Syd ney, can supply you with the goods you require. ENGINE PARTS (to "G.I.," Flemington): (1) Mainwaring Bros. will make...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 16 January 1915

IN BRIEF. GOITRE (Redfern) : Your 'treatment received and noted. ST. ELMO (Coogee) Take the mixture re commended to "W.R.H." (Charters Towers, Q.). Sweets in moderation are not harmful. J.P. (Maitland) :- The swelling is probably a cyst, and will have to be removed by opera tien. ALPHA (Newtown) : It is advisable that you slhould consult the doctor who operated, as he will understand your case. A.W. (Lambton) : The preparation is quite safe to use, and the reduction is said to be gradual. AJAX (Newcastle): Shampoo the scalp fre quently, using warm water and coal tar soap, and then apply a. little vaseline to the sores. S G.F. (Invercargill, N.Z.) : The opinion of both doctors is correct, although flatulency would possibly cause a fullness, for which simple treatment is required. W.H. (East Sydney) : Take the following mix ture in water three times a day : Carbonate of magnesia 20 grains, salicylate of bismuth 5 grains, sulphate of magnesia 20 grains, pep permint water to loz. WORRIE...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NIGHT SWEATING. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 16 January 1915

NIGHT SWEATING. "A.A." (Lakemba) wants information regard ing excessive night perspiration. A. This classic symptom of tubercunlosis, as it used to be considered, hardly ever occurs where hyperaeration is sufficiently achieved. The rapidity with which persons who have been persistent night sweaters, and suffered in consequence from broken sleep and correspond ing depression, have lost the symptoms under physiological treatment, is one of the most striking facts in clinical medicine. If for any reason open-air methods cannot be efficiently carried out, or the tendency persists, notwith standing such measures, the clothing and bed clothes should be attended to. These should be as light as is compatible with comfort. At bedtime the body should be freely sponged with acidulated, or sometimes alkaline washes, and this may be followed by dry rubbing. There after the surfaces should be freely dusted with boracic powder. Internal remedies will seldom be necessary, although belladonna is occ...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRONCHIAL ASTHMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 16 January 1915

BRONCHIAL ASTHMA. "Constant Reader" (Rediern) wishes to know how bronchial asthma should be treated. A. (1) There is perhaps no disease in w*hich the removal of the cause is so immediately attended by the subsidence of all symptoms. Therefore you should endeavor to find out whether any dust, odor, or special article of diet is responsible for the attacks, and take steps accordingly. Disorders of the nose and naso pharynx also require attention. The diet should be light,-digestible, and nourishing, and any thing likely to cause flatulence should be avoided. 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 may be broken and inhaled from the handkerchief, and the following mixture taken in water every few hours when required: Carbonate of ammonia, 5 grains; iodide of potash, 4 grains; ethereal tincture of ...

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 — 16 January 1915

AND OLD WOUNDS-THEIR CURE. An antiseptlc ointment known as borazel is a' new preparation of unequalled value, and never fails 'o -cur: the worst cases of Eczema, Old Wounds. Bad Legs, Ulcers, Pimples, Cuts, Sores, or any skin disease. No matter how severe it nmay be, this germ-killing ointment 'stops theirritatidn at on?., and begins healing -bwith the ?-rlt appIcauidon. Its quick healing ??owers are astonishing. We strongly recom mend sufferers to use Borazel for their skin disease. It can be had from any chemist. or 2/2 by?post from Washington H. Soul or any of Pattinson's Drug Stores, Sydney.; (Metdical Hints): . WHY REI E PN SHORT? You do yoursl injustice by lttting your .hcrtneacot. Uwe tc o retard )aur social and commercal yrogmsti HUGH -GIBSON SYST7rr WILL IUCBEASE YOU2 HEIGRT from twon to Ihne inches li three moths : . fbii;J two fenny tatuly 'to-day for .bd plrtltarlnn 1 HUGH GIBSON, I "SprEcinli.l:. u + ,by:hrvae at IT S bt. SN , D.EPARTYENT "B.'" U6 PITT STREET'.. SYDNEY....

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOW THE FUND STANDS [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 16 January 1915

HOW THE FUND STANDS`,.: = "The Sunday.Times,""The Reeree," and "The Globe" Proprietors . 0: c0..200 000- - Previously acknowledged 7.. . 910 - D.S., George-street, Redfern-. - 10 0: N.S.W. Railway Gas Employees (3rd :/ , contribution) ........... 35 W. Padby, Windsor `: ' ° Loose in War Fond Box (no name):-.-3 "-.-'36.' For the. poor of Sydney .. ..._?2::?.O. A.HB. .. ;'S 0 Mrs. Cary Sutherland (weekly cont.):, . I'.'1,? Daisy Doolan .. .. ...: 1 Misses A. and V. Johnson, Mosman ',? ?0 "A Little Forgiveness" .. ..::- 100o0~ Dick and Molly Wright..... - 6 From the Tile-layers, Messrs. Holds worth, McPherson, and Sons. ... 10 0 W.V.S. ...... .... ... .. 5" 0 N. and R.B. (weekly cont.) . .. 2 . Frank Howes (two weeksh cont.) ..- 20 0" Total'.. ........: :.. .. 28,206 9

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KNOCK-KNEES. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 16 January 1915

KNOCK-KNEES. "Enquirer" (Sydney) wishes to know how the above deformity in children may be pre vented, or at least minimised. A.: The ingiving of the knee joint is quite a common deformity, and is due to the muscles supporting the part being weak, and so allow inj an inward projection of the lower extremi ties of the thigh bone. The knees are then inclined to strike cach other, and the feet to turn outwards, causing a difficulty in walking, Sometimes, especially when the child is grow .ing, the application of a splint is necessary, also dieting, and the maintenance of a reclin ing position ontil the muscles become stronger, should soon remedy the defect. In long standing cases treatment is much more tedious, and the deformed limbs should be douched with cold water each morning, and then rubbed with the hands, a little oil being massaged into the muscle. All foods should he good and nourishing, and sea air would also be of benefit to the child.

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Wayback Series By HENRY FLETCHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 16 January 1915

The Wayback iSeries - -yIEN?nY FLETCHEI. ' No. I-THE WAYBACIS'IN TOWN A?ND AT:HOME. .No. 2.-DADS WAYBACK. HIS WORK. ;: No. .-RED HARRY. " :" No. 4,--DADS AND, DAN."' -+ per opy fom "Th nuody ne, office.t Ldnuy. • . + . .

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FRECKLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 16 January 1915

FRECKLES. 'Freckles" (Strathfield) wishes to know of a cure for the above. A.: There .are numerous methods for the rc moval of freckles, and the object of the majority of these is to cause exfoliation, or pieling of the outer skin containing the pig ment. Preventative measures will obviously liein- the use of' tinted veils to intercept the direct rays of the sun. Buttermilk, sour milk, and lemon juice arc all used with advantage, but a more elegant preparation is a 10 per cent. solution of Lactic Agid in rosewater. This should be applied three times a day on a piece of cotton wooL Sghould the skin become irri table, it may be applied less frequently. The following is a most satisfactory ointment to be cmeared on daily, after sponging the skin with tepid water and then drying thoroughly : -White precipitate powder 1 drachm, sub nitrate of bismuth 1 drabchm, glycerine oint ment to lo.

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
How Commander Niekerk, African Traitor, Met His End [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 16 January 1915

How Commander Niekerk, African Traitor, Met Hi- End Interesting stories were told by a number of wounded in hospital at Johannesburg (South Africa) last month in regard to the fighting in the Free State and other parts of the country. One man, named Hiles, who was suffering from a sprained ankle as the result of a fall from a horse, related his experiences at Mush room Valley. He was a trooper in Major Brand's commando, and told how they left Win burg about 600 strong on the night of Novem ber 1L The fighting at Mushroom Valley, he said, started at 5 o'clock In the morning. General Botha and his men were on the right of the rebels, and Major Brand's commando was on the left flank. "We were given orders to charge," Hiiles said, "and we charged at full speed over flat country. However, the charge was not a highly romantic one, as we were con tinually forced to stop owing to barbed wire fences. Still, we got there. Just before Joining General Botha's men we saw a tall and burly man, dr...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SKIN IRRITATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 16 January 1915

SKIN IRRITATION. "J.T.J."" (Bondi) is troubled with small in flamed pimples about the chin and nose. A.-This disfigurement is a source of annoy ance to many people, as it is so frequently associated with over-eating and drinking. On the other hand, it may be due to a neurosis, and in some cases it is inherited. In any case, the digestive organs must be attended to, and any indigestible food avoided. The skin, kid neys, and bowels must be kept active, and alcohol, tea, and coifee taken in strict mode ration. The face should be washed night and morning with warm oatmeal water, using ichthyol or boracic soap, and calamine lotion Ahould be dabbed on after drying thoroughly. A- frequent saline aperient would assist the treatment.

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAKING BRITISH NAVAL HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 16 January 1915

MAKING BRITISH NAVAL HISTORY. A good idea of what the Christmas Day raid on Cuxhaven was like Is suppliea oy our artist in this picture. It will be remembered that two British light cruisers, the Un. daunted and the Arethusa, accompanied by destroyers and seaplanes, approached Hellgo land In.the dark. The Germans replied with an attack by aircraft and submarines. The Britls4?'engaged the 'erman aircraft and submarines, easily driving off the Zeppelins, and avolding the submarines by swift manoeuvring. The seaplanes dropped bombs near the British ships without hurting them. In the picture our artist depicts the .Undaunted scaring, off a,suimarine by threatening to ram her at high speed, while the forward tirr., guns of they cruiser are shown firing at the Zeppelins. During this action the British seaplanes, updeir the 'control 'of. Flight Commander Hewlett, were engaged droppJing, ombo on po~ints'of military significance at.Cuxhaven.

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EYE WEAKNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 16 January 1915

EYE WEAKNESS. "G.Y.K." (Sydney) suffers with tired and in lamed eyelids. A-You are probably suffering with a mild Torm of catarrhal conjunctivitis, which condition may be produced by a num ber of causes, including eye-strain. The treatment is simple, and once the in flammation has subsided the eyes should re sume their normal state. A bath consisting of warm boracic solution (1 in 30) should be used frequently during the day, and before retiring the edges of the eyelids should be smeared with vaseline. In severe cases half-strength yellow noide of mercury ointment may be used. The internal administration of oil and improvement of the general health would materially assist the result

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Col. Foster Discusses Factors in Our Control of Sea Power [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 16 January 1915

Col. Foster Discusses Factors in Our Control of Sea Power The naval superiority of Great Britain is no new thing. It has existed for.nearly three cen turies, and has become recognised at home and abroad as almost in the order of nature. The British Navy is the one armed force in the world whose pre-eminence is universally ac kinowledged. This is not the case with any army on land. Most countries believe their army to he in one or more points saupe rlor to that of other nations, while in naval matters they are content to imitate the Br.tish Navy, with no idea of ever being able to equal The sea power of Britain does not depend merely on the great number of the ships she possesses, nor on their design or efficiency, although numbers and classes of ships are the one factor of strength which the publfe usually takes Into account. Her sea power has deeper roots in the spirit and training of her oflicers and men, in their long-standing traditions of discipline, duty, and enterprise, and i...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STAINS ON TEETH. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 16 January 1915

STAINS ON TEETH. "Stains" (Rockdale) wishes to know how stains may be removed from the teeth. A.: The operation is usually a simple matter, and by using a suitable tooth powder the nor mal appearance of the teeth should soon be re gained. Cuttlefish-bone powder is a valuable friction adjunct, and therefore a powder con taining this would be satisfactory. A few drops of peroxide of hydrogen on the tooth brush should be used occasionally when cleansing the teeth, as this is at the same time bcth an antiseptic and bleaching agent of 'uch value.

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
H.M.S. QUEEN ELIZABETH. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 16 January 1915

H.M.S. QUEEN ELIZABETH. S " 27,500 tons, 25 knots speed, eight 15-inc:h and sixteen -inch guns. Cost £2,500,000. Sister ships, Warspite, Valiant, Barham, and Malaya. S Th.isnhiliu and the Warspite have probably join ed' the Grand Fleet ere now, while the remaind er will be in commission before t.se end of March. They are the most powerful warships afloat: : : b-csc.e. the- each carry eiht of the new 15-inch guns, and have the remarkable speed, for a battleship of 25 knots. No battleship afloat could get away from one of these monster " S'+,. andthetir. guis would outrange and pulvjerise 'a nything on the sea. They- are the first battleships to burn oil fuel, of which they carry 4000 tons. Speaking of the type of gun with which. - : ." the-e:vedels?are:artned, Mr. Winston Ch-rcciil said : "It is the best gun we have ever had, c xceptionally long-lived, and accurate at all ran ges." The projectile weighs 19501b, so that-a: a.- t_" :.,single bnradsdde from the'Quden.Elizabeh 'vio?oId r...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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