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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 16 January 1915

TO CORRESPONDESTS. .W.P.T-T he term "e.p." is a contreaction of the F'renech words "n pnssant"-in passing, aed the rule gaoverning it i as follows : If a Pawn moare two equares from its ttartine point, thus "passtn?' an aveeao Pawn. hieh coanuld have taken it, had it moaed one quaree only, tuct auverse Pawn has the option at taking it as ii it moved the one squa?e only, but the takineg en passant" must eonn thei next move oa the adversaey. In the case you men tion, Blaek's last move was P-K 4,. thus "pasa ang" the Whlto Pawn on it 5, ewhich then take iti oR as per above rule. 6

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

GAMES. Played at tile second board in the reeht N.S. Wales Q uecnsland match, between the Re.'Caseon Pattineon (Q.) and Mr. S. Crakanthorep (.S.W.J, enw the new School of Aels.clmmpon in a aggrele mooa : -Openirg-Petrofl's, Defene: • - White. Black. (Rev. Canon pattinsoe.) (S. Crakanthorp.) I PI-K 4 -1 P-K - - 2 Kt-K B"' Kt-BK B 3 3 Kt--Q B 3 Kt-B 3 4P-Q4 CP4P.P- '. 5LKtP. 5 B-Kt 5 s Kt o KKt .6 SKtP'-xKt 7 B-Q - - . T-.Castles."-: S Castles 8 P-Q4 ' .. . 9'P-KS" i.. 9,Ktt-IK 10.B--K B 4 - 0 P--?.,'" IB1 f LOP Pd 12 B-Q 2 - : 12;Q-R 5 ; - I P--K R _ - -13 Kt.P : . 14B-Kaq . -14KtsPch'" 15 Pxz Kt - 15B-Q B 4d 183 -B- G1o.Ic"B h. -.- r' lylioB ll'h.aIct' 1i -K sq lQ--t 19 leietges The followsing fne game waseplayed it the Maea heim Tourney, 114. between aesrce. ..John. and Janoweh: -" . . White.... - -Bliack. " Johnl.. .- Ja-owsoy. PyK- d . 4 . iP-Q-B 4 2 K Kt-B li 2"Q'Kt--B S P--Q4 -3"P.r'P ' 4.KtI P -. :4 Kt--B 3. 6 Q It-B 3 "5 P-K ,lt 3 (c) SKIt I Kt - - - .P t 7 P--K 5 ' 7 Kt--Kle...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOLUTION TO PROBLEM No. 904. Q—Q B 5 [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 16 January 1915

SOLUTION TO PIROBLEM No. 904. Q-Q f 5 leceived, from : V. C. Batten, Mosman ; 0. . Coombs, Stanmoro ; "South Ryde," t A. L. Sencer, Rydo; C. WI. Pearce. Se en IIils. urther solution of 0N. No 03a received from V. C: Batten., osman. . .

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

FIGHT IN A MILL The severe fighting in 181t for the mitl at Waterloo, and the defence of the hnoulin' Rouge in Paris during the Commune, are recalled by the following story from the front : '"We returned to he trenches about 11.p.m. I took my boots off, also -my pack, to get a little rest. At 4 o'clock In the morning the captain came and woke us up. He had just got to the end of our platoon when the artil lery gave us a vivid impression of Dante'o Seven Pits of Hell. They had the exact range to an inch, and dropped their messages of death' right Into the trench. We retired at once. I didn't have time to put my pack or boots on, and had to run up the cobbly streets In my utockinged feet. "My feet were beginning to hurt, so I sat down.and wrapped -my putties mound. When I got to the end of thestreet the company was nowhere to be seen. After.about a quarter of ano hour I saw a big mill. There was no one in, so I went up to the left to see if there were any signs of our men. The-e was n...

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

The illusion of the Turks To deal with the tangled skeins of diplomacy and duplicity which are interwoven with the political development of modern Turkey would take, not a solitary newspaper article, but a hook-or many books. Indeed, scarcely any rnan alive could do full justice to the subject. The Turk is so wily, and yet so foolish ; so dctermired, and yet so weak ; that it takes years for his schemes and ideas, his plans and dreams. to assume definite slhape and become plain enough to be expressed to thes Western mind. But one of the phases of Turkish policy may be very clearly defined, and that is its aim with regard to Egypt, and, to put it briefly, that-aim is the rousing of a strong anti-British sentiment among the Egyptian natives and the utilisation of this sentiment for his own ends. Obviously, if the Turk is to strike a blow at Britain, it will be through Egypt; and, equally obviously, that blow will be all the heavier if he can-count upon internal. trouble to occupy the ...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
British Soldiers Made a Hohenzollern Scuttle for Safety [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 16 January 1915

British Soldiers Made a Hohenzollern Scuttle for Safety A correspondent from Rheims sends a story which tells of the manner in which the Kaiser's sons are bearing themselves on the field of battle. One died. in hospital, it is reported, from a German bullet wound; another sickened at the carnage around him, and, suffering. from palpitation of the heart. had .to be:?arried.to hospital, where his father. decorated him with the Iron Cross "for valor." It was noticed, the narrative continues, when the Germans entered Coulom miers that they were admirably posted as to the resources of the town in forage, provisions, and money. There is no doubt thliat they had received their information from the employees and directors of a celluloid factory a couple of tpilcs optside the town. ..IMIPOSITION..OF WAR LEVY. , Two days before the order for mobilisation these directors left the. factory in powerful automobiles for an unknown destination. A month later they were seen in Coulommiers at the hea...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Big Battles Horse and Field Artillery Have Won [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 16 January 1915

The Big Battles Horse and Field Artillery Have Won LONDON, November 15. The war is so much an affair of machines rather than of men that the exploits of the British gunners will assuredly fill a lengthy and all-important chapter when the detailed chroni cles of this Armageddon of arms comes at last to be written. Of all the dashing deeds recorded of the Bri tish Expeditionary Force, from the first hard fighting at Mons to that terrific battle of the coast, it is tolerably certain that there are none more brilliant than those to be credited to the Royal Regiment of Artillery. Such slender stories as have yet been allowed to reach us here at home already hint as much. THE TALE TO BE TOLD. S.. here is a tale of a fierce artillery duel which no newspaper has yet described, and which has so far.found no record in the official despatches. But it is'a tale of undaunted British herolsm; : tale that ought to be ended with the bestowal of more than one Victoria Cross. A Britisi battery of fie...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Ex-President Roosevelt Says America is Courting Disaster [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 16 January 1915

'Ex-President Roosevelt Says Amerca is Courting Disaster Until an efficient World League for Peace is in more than mere process of formation, the United States must depend upon itself for protection where its vital interests are con cerned (writes ex-President Roosevelt in the San Francisco "Examiner"). All the youth of the nation should be trained in warlike exer cises and in the use of arms-as well as in the indispensable virtues of courage, self-re straint, and endurance-so as to be fit for national defence. But the right arm of the nation must be its navy. Our navy is our most efficient peacemaker. The navy must primarily be used for offen sive purposes. Forts, not the navy, are to be used for defence. The only permanently effi cient type of defensive is the offensive. A por tion, and a very important portion, of our naval strength must be used with our own coast ordinarily as a base, its striking radius being only a few score miles, or a couple of hundred at the outside. The ev...

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

this! I Uft the aoutr wallf of the nontlas as se.on aboue. Then Innhale ulgoraually through the :: Moatrll. Aterward exhale, aJso through the nobrNla. Do both, of nourae, while hold ng the aeetalla wida open. The reult will I.be nCthng lea than a euoprlalng teuelatlon o hral the nasal ;' Ir-passages camn e ?runble- tf o nuey an Increased supply of oxygen o to resplratora oryans. HAVE YOU GtOT ? CATARRH ? If you have a dropping of phlegm Into the throat, If your nose is stopped up, If crusts form In your nose, If you are easily susceptible to colds, If you suffer from frontal headaches, If you have noises in the head, If your hearing is affected, If you have to clear your throat and expectorate often, If a change in the weather affects you; If you are a victim to shortness of breaths If you sneeze frequently, If your sense of smell Is affected, If you have a heavy, tired feeling on awaking, If you suffer from a husky throat, If you are affected with any of .he above symptoms, the, ch...

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

COLDS IN THE HEAD. "ifany and numtrous are the ills internoven i. out frmee," but none so troublesome as "Catarrh or Cold in the Ilead." Ycu visit our Public nd P'rivate lteti tutions for the Treatnlelt o IPulmenary di scasets, and enquire of tile Patients how their trouble began, in. tariablv the anseer you get is by a Cold in the iead or Threat. "Learn ye living by the loutbhs be taught." Get a ,°i. * NMOZO9 end prevecnt the coid from goieg furtter. No more ipeying er euterisir.g, no more drgs,. but t frequent use of NOZO with wann water and salt, as directed. ielis of NOWO are inereasing ; cases ot Consumptlot are dcerasing. SemI P.N. tfor 1/ to-day, and prove its Oteetuh. STANDARD DRUG CO.- . . Dakinbeg lotse. Railway Station; Sydney. i: THE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY ESTABLISHED S1 3. OF SYDNEY, LIMITED. CAPITAL PAID UP 0... ...... ............ £***0 00 0 0 RESERVE FUND 17.. . . . ........ 1,730,000 0 O RESERVE CAPITAL ............... ... . 2,000.000 0 0 TOTAL ............ . .....

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POULTRY SYMPTOMS AND TREATMENT OF CATARRH BLUE ORPINGTON STANDARD ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 16 January 1915

POULTRY SYMPTOMS AND TREAT MENT OF CATARRH BLUE ORPINGTON STANDARD ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. S D.R.A. (El?, Q.) asks : "Can you give me the ad dress of a reliable dealer from whom I could get Sus lex (Redrs) or Orioffs r Which is the better bird for :" arket purposes, as I am taking it up on a small S ceale, havier had only sligt erxperience with fowls i " Ans.: Orloet are not obtainable in Australia-; you would have to import tbem from Rusrsia, If you corm -. muicato with 31r. Woolnorughl, Booty 1ll11, NS.W., .you will be fl.el to adrantage in regard to Sussexr- bread I prefer to Orlolcs. Blue Orpingtons are a craze in Engiland, and, of course, all the virtues known are claimed for tile variety, as usual. . Thle English Poultry Club has idrawn up a standard for them, as followu : General characteristics of cock :- Ilead : Small, neat, car S rird. erect. Beak : Strong and nicely currved Eye : Bold, bright, intelligent. Comb e Single. fairly small. - erect, evenly serrated an free f...

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

" THE GARDEN , A.VoERS TO CORRESPONDENITS. SOAIRDEN UNSATISFACTORY (in answer to "J.K..") : fI t Is of little use trying to "improve your poor soil" t°-ounless you flert of all drain away "the water which -fllee there eren after rcant rains." No wonder the toil -Is. full of worms. It is in all probability quite rich enough, yet sour and inert toIn consequence ol the to etumulation of mloisture which, by means of an under ': ground drain, you must get away. DOUBLE FUCHSIAS (in answer to "E.II.," Gowan "O:.Green)':-You should prune them rather ceverely at -. fleast .oace a year, or they are sure to die back oven t-..otually, t you say. Cuttings of the new wood, or Slips with a heel of the older wood attached, may be t- iduced to root at any time, proviling you insert . e: themein sandy soil, kept moist and shaded until roots are-?tade. '",'TOMATO SIOOTS WITHERIONG (in answer to "K.F.," Armidaole) :The-lower shoots have either experienced a - hot blast, or they may have suffered as the...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DOG WORLD BULLDOG BARKS AND BOTHERS CONVINCING GROUND FOR SYDNEY SILKIES ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 16 January 1915

THE DOG WORLD, BULLDOG BARKS AND BOTHERS CONVINCING GROUND FOR S- DNEY .SILKIES ANSWERS TO CORRESPONBDENTS. "'In Dubio" riteo : "I have a pug dog, 11 months old, an0 of late he limps occasionally on one of hist oind lego, other wioe he r eems perfectly healthy. I ottributo it to slight rheumnatism." Ans. : Any veteri 0a0- ourgeon will oupply you with an embrocation. "J.T.E." (Bulgo) writes : "Pernolps you may tb able to give me the addreot of tomone whlto-has higlh-claso Englilh ootter or pointer puppies for oale that are bred from winners of field trials. I want a dog pop that will be ready to work by the time the quailf eason opens." Ans.: Mr. Peacock, of the Governmenttt Erperimental .Farm, Bathurst, always has broken-ino pointers. Letters, if .addressed to the care of Mrs. Itope, hen. secretary Iound and CGun Dog Club, Ben Boyd o6ad, Meutral Bay, will reach the people you men lion. ooe fo'or bootow'-Ti theo Iot I ohollo . ot. Gioe a rattling- view.haloo'" thrice over my gravel A...

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

SPORTING POKER (to "H.B.G.," Braidwood): Everybody pays. whether buying cards or not. CRICKET (to "S.L.," City) : If the wicket is thrown down after crossing, "B" is out, no matter which end he tries to get to.

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

HOUSEHOLD RECIPES CLEANING OSTRICH FEATHERS (to "Ostrich," Paddington): Dissolve 4oz. of - white Castile soap in 4 pints of water, beat the liquid while still rather. warm into a lather with- an egg-whisk. Place the feathers in a large basin, pour the mixture over the-n, and allow to soak for 10 minutes. Rub gently with the hands, and rinse in clean warm water, in which add a little blue. Shake well, and suspend by a cord in a shady, airy place to dry, shaking frequently. When perfectly dry, place the feathers -in.a cloth, and cover them thickly with powdered mag. nesia for 48 hours, afterwards shaking them free of the powder, and curl.

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

.A Crime Against the World I was enabled to-day (says W. Beach Thomas in the "Daily Mail") to enter the famous town of Arras andl?ee the effects of the barbarous second bombardment delivered against the his Setoric buildings of the town. The effect of this ruin on an observer brought suddenly face to face for the frst time in his life, with utter desolation, with desolation fresh from the hands of the destroyer, whose shells still sang over the town to the tune of reveng inog guns close at hand, within hall of red flames and pillared smoke, amid acrid smells of powder and cremation-all this is more than one can hope to impart in a written account. The crime is one of which the world must know; it was in sympathy with this view that the regulations were temporarily relaxed, and two of us were allowed to enter the city .,ad ludge for ourselves. We were nmt only allowed, we were taken to the scene in the general's car, and with two guides made a quick but su:i elently thorough inspecti...

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

A Ghastly Story of Pillage and Massacre The Belgian Legation in London last month communicated a further report on the massacre at Tamines early in the war. The report is drawn up by so member of the Commission of Inquiry of the Violation of the Rights of Nations, and it shows that at Tamlnes, after the German entry, there were 650, at Dinant 700, and in the Province of Luxembourg over 1000. On the evening of the 22nd (Saturday), says the report, a group of between 400 and 450 men was collected in front of the church, not far from the bank of the Sambre. A German de tachment opened fire on them, but as the shoot Ing was a slow business, the officers ordered up a machine gun, which soon swept off all the unhappy peasants still left standing. Many of them were only wounded, and, hping to Save their liees, got with difficulty on their feet again. Many wounded still lay among the corpses. Groans of pain and cries for help were heard in the bleeding heap. On several occa sions soldiers w...

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

THE PEOPLE AND THEIR COUNTRY. Regarding the people, they are one of the Latin races by language and culture. like the Spaniards and Italians, whom they greatly re semble in looks. They are the modern descen dants of the Roman population who inhabited Hungary, Roumania, and te Balkans at the beginning of our era, and their language is the original rustic Latin of those Roman provin cials. In structure it resembles Latin more than does Italian even, although it has naturally absorbed a great number of foreign words from its Slav neighbors, who have surrounded the Roumanians and cut them off from other Latin races. The Roumanians are, therefore, alter the Albanians, the original indigenous stock of the Balkans, the most interesting race in Soutih eastern Europe. They are a hardy, frugal people of peasants, inured to toil and hardships, rxceedingiy protta of their nation, and co?.-" dently looking forward to re-union with the numeers of Roumanians not yet included in ue present kingdom ...

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

Roumania as an ADy By Colonel H. Foster, R.E., .. (Director of Military Studies, Sydney .University.) The report that Roumania shows a tendency to side with the Allies is interesting, in view :,f the fact that such action will be a serious blow to Austria, an1 can only result in the loss to Hungary of at least half her territory. The Roumanian field army comprises five army corps and two cavalry divisions, and has a war strength of 290,000 men. It is organisef mainly on the German system. An army corps is of two divisions of regulars, one reserve divimion, one cavalry brigade. A division is of two infantry brigades, oa two regiments, each of three battalions, and has also one battalion of riles, an artillery brigade of 12 batteries. three squadrons of cavalry, and a company or engineers. Each cavalry division has two bri gades of two regiments, or 24 squadrons in all, with two batteries of horse artillery. The quality of the army is excellent, and its con duct during the Ruaso-Turki...

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

Notes on the Nava Side of the War By "R.N.R." THE END OF THE PEGASUS. When the Konigsberg had finished with the Pegasus in Zanzibar Harbor, the British cruiser was so battered that she sank. To-day al that Is to be seen.of her are two masts and a por tion of her smoke-stack projecting above the surface of the water.

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