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AUSTRALIAN STEAMSHIP SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 16 January 1915

AUSTRALIAN STEAMSHIP SERVICE. The service of the Australian Steamship Line for whom Howard Smith are the managing agents, caters for traffic over the greater hall of the coast of the continent. A periodical ser vice is maintained over all that portion lying between and including Geraldton (W.A.) and Cooktown (Q.), by a fine group of passenger and cargo boats, the former including the well-known Canberra, Cooma, Bombala, and the Peregrine. The quarterly guide of this line is now available, and gives tabulated and pictorial details as to the best methods of utlilsing the service to meet individual needs. Those who have in minud some idea of making ther annual holiday on the water or partly so should oblain a copy without delay. A post card to thie company will secure a :opy being sent to any country address.

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Right off the Reel: All About the Movies [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 16 January 1915

Right off the Reel: All About the Movies Helen Holmes Is rather a hustler. She las taken no time to become one of the public's prime favo rites. She can stick a. bucktumper with the best of them, while to drive a railroad engine at sixty milbs an hour is her great est delight. Ever since she was a child the roar of efigines racing over the tracks appealed to her. She loved the rattle and clang of the locos. speeding through the night. Her dreams were - fulfilled when sho was cast as the lead in Helen or the Railroad" series by the Kalem Company. She has to undertake greater risks than many of the engine-drivers, for there are many scenes, particularly those depicting two engines coming together to a bead-on collision,-in which the lives of dozens of persons actually depend on her presence.of mind. Robert Vignola, of the Kalem Company, Is of Italian paren tage, and since en tering theatricals has devoted his attention exclusively to the areation of "charac ters." When he for sool the...

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

"GOOD-BYE TO OUR COMRADES." Tommy Atkins dyarly loves a gobd marchlng song, and the already world-wide fame of "Tipperary" testifies to this. Dut one song cannot be expected to last for ever, nor can It be expected to appeal to every taste. At least that is the opinion of Mr. R. hM. Dunbar,. who has entered the lists of the patriotic song writers with "Good-bye to Our Comrades," the": music of which has been written by Mrs. 3I. Mel vllle. Without being anything out 'of the -or dinary, both the music and words are distinctly catchy, and this, after all, is the main thing ' . In a song of this description. Our copy comes from the composer. - I - "

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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From Comedy to Pathos: A Story of the Battlefield [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 23 January 1915

From Comedy to Pathos: A Story of the Battlefield "Peste I" said the sergeant. "Where is my Chocolate 2" He emptied his knapsack and shook it upside Blown in the effort to discover *the strayed sweetmeat, which isfar more than merely sweet meat to the soldier on active service, but it was not forthcoming. "Name of a dog I" he vociferated.. "Someone must have taken it. There must be a thief in the company ! Barbleu 1" "I also," chimed 'n a corporal, "I have lost half aloaf I bribed the cook to give me. The other night it was my wine:'." "Serves you right," retorted the sergeant, "for getting bread you weren't entitled to. But my.chocolate; it was from my wife I There is certainly a thief among us. Look in your knap sacks, comrades, and see if there is anything lacking." Then began a general fumbling on the part of the other men. Soon curses filled the morn Ing air. "My matches," cried one. "My scarf I" '* My knife !" "My chocolate, too I" "Ten thousand thunders !" roaed thie ser gean...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE EYES OF THE GERMAN ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 23 January 1915

THE EYES OF THE GERMAN ARMY. A battery commaander at the artillery observa. tion post, on top of a haystack. The telephone is inside the rick. It will be noticed that the commander is using a style of periscopic obs servation glass. -"W?eekly Mirror" photo.

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Professor's Views on Germany's Economic Condition [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 23 January 1915

rofe sosr Views on- eImany s Economic Conditim An interesting analysis of some of the econa-. mic aspects of the war was made by Professor W. J. Ashley (Dean of the Faculty of Com terce at Birmingham University), in a lecture which he deliverei to the Workers' Educatiotal J ssociatioa, at the Birmingham University, last month. The importance of the economic aspects of thewar (Professor Ashley said] must not be ex aggerated. If the naval forces of the enemy and of the Allies were equal, Germany would be in a far safer position than Great Britain, for Germany had not sacrificed its agriculture to its manufactures to anything likie the same extent as Great Britain, and was much more able to run the risk of a stoppage of foreign food supplies. The mere magnitude of our trade could, not have saved us. Morover. dif ficult as Germany's economic position is, it Is not so difficult as to compel, by itself, a speedy termination of the war. EVER-ACCUMULATING WEIGHT. And yet, though the economi...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
That Shakespeare was a German, is Huns' Latest Cry [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 23 January 1915

That Shakespeare was a -German, is Huns' Latest Cry Germany's ingenuous conviction that she is the one and only home of culture has persuaded her to. claim as of Teutonic race and kind all those straylings in foreign countries whom she has honored with her approval Especialy has she desired to set a proprietar.y rand upon Shakespeare, whom she is sure that she alone is capable of appreciating. The process, the outcome of vanity and a false logic, is familiar. All good things are German. Shakespeare is a good thing. Therefore Shakespeare is a Ger man. The lucidity, to a wooden mind, is per feet, and after the war Shakespeare, the Ho henzollern, is promised a place of honor in the Alley of Victory. And there is another reason why Germany in her present mood of pride shonld claim the author of "Hamlet" for her own. She has discovered,. by a Teutonic method of clairvoy anceithat Shakespeare disapproves of his coun try's policy. He refuses in the shades to accept the clear reasoning of S...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
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LORD CHARLES BERESFORD'S CRITICISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 23 January 1915

LORD CHARLES BERBSFORD'S CRITICISM.i. The criticism of this distinrguihed offict concerning the absence of destroyers when dis aster overtook the Formidable should carry a deat of weight, coming as it does from one thoroughly versed in naval tactics. It will be remembered, thoua~ j that the Germans ad mitted having been. chased by our destroyers, but the latter were apparently called up by the Flormidable after the disaster occurred. Lord Charles also states that these waters were known to be infested with submarines. This isindeed news, for we have been led. to be lieve that it was only occasionally that one was reported in this locality, though they have been known to be present in force at the very . eastern portion of the Channel. However, it is possible that the commander of the de stroyer squadron relied on the weather being too heavy for a submarine attack, and so rested his ships. If this be the case, the proceedings, which turned out so disastrously, are not likely to be re...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 23 January 1915

MOTHERHOOD. "Motherhood." as the late Dr. Talmage ob served, "Is the noblest asgiration of woman hood in its best sense-" There is something lacking in the home into whichl no baby has ever entered. Without the advent of the "little stranger" the happiness of husband and wife is never quite complete. A book of valhiable lnformation will he sent free to anyone who cuts this advt mut and sends it to Dept BF. LADIES_ COLLEGE OF HEALTH. 54 On ferd-street. Sydney. - Visitors to the City are ordially invitex to call at the College and dis cus health matters with the Manageress.-* -Ic.. HOW I CURED MYSELF Thi :lulT~le insttnucti" Tttarisrs y, 'setFREE. r vC Es~b Zcct -ý~xSpCCi3.li;iLS111 PatCl et R -L!,;; E t16. hn h [ curr e me. R'ritc:r, , J ll -sr R..YT to rid yMAnrST Sh ' ,f thi? li dr-tdimsetsx at tr itlinq;·ne. R_ J'. WYNTER. MARKET Sr., SYDFr=Y

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GAME. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 23 January 1915

ayed.in thl ricent matchibetweehwn; 7ewel'llla:" wnd Hugh luenderon., at Ka-sa, U.S:A. Henderson'a more. '" " Dullduc.'" ' " 1" .-18 2i--17 (c) 4--8 10-8 lu-Ic 82~87 lu-Il 23-18- 13ý_ 32-2 10-15 -6-17 -°0--2L: 6-1 26--23' -13 (d). - 27-- . 3 -1-?,. 8-i' (a) 19-15 (e) E-11 (I) 1=6 30--26 (b) 1.3--2 2--2 2 - .18--20 14-0 11--15 _ 6-10 - 21-17. , 7-14 -5-l- "2--19 -. 0013 10-9 1-l21 1- ' 17--14 5-14 28-19 -1 6-9- - 25--. 15--2 -.31--26 24-19 . 18-19 " 21-1 . 8-U- . 15--2 23-18 1--5 2-2 22-19. 12--19 - 1-18 White 11-16 - 15-10 21-2S whm. () Inferior to 16-19. which admits of a good evel game. (h) The proper way to meet-a--legondl i ' re .(or : White. "?(c) A peculiar move, but not nelyas good c as 23-21" (d) 4- ls declideldly stronger here, anld seems to gie White a very hard game. (e) White hauf now all the better of it. (1) 1-5 dtlrws hen without dlgculty. A brilliant and dashing game plac.d betwren twa London amateurs: . .11--16 1B-19. 31-321 _ 1=27 . : 22--T - 22-17 8-11 "108-18 16-...

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PROBLEM No. 1015. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 23 January 1915

PI?OBL:2.I No. 1015._ As tarted in last ue, we are hohling bhck the gelu tioe. of Mr. frolie's problem until next week to allotr: distant solwee to tend In their eoitiaai. Further eolution ot 1014 fromt A. Paltereon (l',y ble). "

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DRAUGHTS PROBLEM No. 1017. (By C. J. Ryan, Randwick.) [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 23 January 1915

DRAUGHTS PROBLF'I No. 1017. (By C. J. lyan, Rundwick.) hlne : 1. 3, 11. 12. 13. 20. 2. Kil White : 7, 16, 2, 2_7t K'810, 32. Bla6k. White. I~hite te pley ced d'i:n.

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CHESS PROBLEM No. 907. (By Major Wenborn, London.) [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 23 January 1915

SCHESS u-.-·--. 4. ·;-- -- PROBLEM'No. 907. (By Major Wenborn, London.) R4K1B, 4p 2 .2 b L-k 3,4P 2 r,2 P p RIP ri. b 2 N N pi8, 4 en 3. BLACK (8 pieces). WHITE (10 plres). hite to play and mate in two moves

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Egypt's Water Cannon [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 23 January 1915

Egypts Water Cannon What has been mentioned as the "water can non"-pumping water without pistons or mov ing parts-is as notable an achievement in the mechanics of peace as is the production of the modern siege gun in military engineering. The pump is in effect, a cannon, and the water is driven like a projectile by the direct pressure against 'it of exploding gas. The astonishing results of the English trials are suggested-in.this machine for works on a large scale. In.the project of draining Lake Mareotis, near Alexandria, in Egypt, it idsexpected that the ten pumps at first installed witl raise a billion gallons daily to a height of 20 feet, and when the intended addi tion of eight more pumps nearly doubles this. ,capacity, the:pumping station will doubtless hý theF arges - in e istance.

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Horses, Autos, and War. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 23 January 1915

Horses, Autos, and War. The automobile and the prophecy that it would drive the horse out of business,.were in vented about the same time. The automobile folk set about developing their machine in a way to lend backing to their prophecy. From motor propelled buggies they moved swiftly to motor driven trucks and farm machinery and ditch diggers and road builders. The motor-cycle even applied for the saddle-horse's job. A lot of people and some poets and paragraphers were gradually persuaded to put faith in the prediction of occupationless horses. To-day, after years of ceaseless and success ful exploitation of the gasoline chariots, we find horses in almost as active demand as gaso line. The country is ransacked by buyers com missioned to purchase them in thousand and ten thousand lots. Prices for animals suited to army service are said to be higher than the ten-year average. Agents of foreign Governments, complains the "Army and Navy Journal," "are buying, every animal that has any ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 23 January 1915

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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 23 January 1915

NOTES. The contest for the Chempionship of New Zealand. which eommeeeced te Decembher S. was completed bast week. and resulted Ita win for Me. F. IC. IBellieg. of Wellincton, with Me. I. J. therees runner-up. There were 18 entries. The match wee playcd et the Cantee bury Chen Club. Chrietchurch. The new champion he, only misted two congreeses since 190? tie won the ehwmpionlhlp In 1909. and twice has occepied second place, hesidee taking theec minor prizes. The runner-up (Me. It. IL..Bleew), who alse is a Wcllington man, and a seieran who has eilcwdlcd ti congresecs. has won the championship flee times. the Iast occasion being in Auck. land cine yeers ago. Itt hes also gained eeven second. and sie minoreprice. Last year he tied with M.A. W. 0. Dccts (lwho is wcll known to Sydney playere) sed Mr. Gyict, for second place. Blechurne tells a eood storey o Iearcwite, the cele. rated chew plccer. The latter was playing a gewe at a London club, and hie opponent hod just ettecked a Knight w...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GAME. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 23 January 1915

- GAME. - - ' - The folloaing pretty. game, from the .Americl "Ches. Bulletin,"' eas publshed for the flrettime in the Octo ber number of that magaine: - . S Enans Gambit..- .: . H. K. Pillsbury. C. F. Bartlle.. White. 'Black., 1 P--K 4 -1 P--K- 4 2 lit-K B 3 2 Et--Q B 3 3SB--B 4 " .. 3 1i-14 4 P-Q ft -'1 Pe?. liP-i ts - sit-n a-: 5 P--I 3 5 11-R"4:" - 6 Caitle 6 Q--13 (a) . 7 P-Q 4 7 K lit-K 2 -tP-Qb5 &Kt-Qsq. " -Q-R 4 " DB rIt.3 .. 10 B-K Kt 5 • - 10 Q---3 -11 Kt--R 3 " t1 P-- B.3- . 12 Q R-Q aq- - ---. 11 Q--It iq (b) . 13 tB Kt (e) - 13 Kx B i. 14 P-Q 6 ch . 1- i---i esq-. 15 Kt P Ia 15 P-- 3 l 16 it-B 3 - - . .16 B-It - (d) , 1 P--Kn 5 (e) " 1S P-Q Kt:4 " IS B aP 11tP :="B'" ,-' 1I Q-K B.4 - 10 Kt--K 3 20 Q-B s0 B x Kt--Ri litPx ' - " -2 P-Kt-S ' S2 Q-K S1 .- 3- - _. - 23 Kt-Kt S -.- 23 Q-Q eq ( 24P-B7 . 24Q a Tit. 2 Q x Rch -- - K P` SQ x P eh 2 ISt--Kt 2 21 Q-Rt3 - " S 7Kt--B4 . 3-P-KB4 (g) ,. - s-fi --Btch -i . 20 K-B-R eq - Black. mates in hree S moet Ioe t (h) (a) ...

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SOLUTION OF PROBLEM 905. K—B 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 23 January 1915

SOLUTION OF PROBLEM 95i. K-B 2. Received from: A. L. Spencer, Ryde (a clinker); G. WI. Pearce. Seven Uill. Further" solution of M0 from A. fodgkinson, New castle. TO CORRESIONDENTS. SOUTHI RYDE : Re 9O5, you struck the right idea hout overlooked the fact that if K-Kt 4, then P x P ch, preventing mate next move. See key above. A. L. SPENCER : Solution correct. It was apparently too tough for most of the ueual solvers ; or. perhaps they were suffering from too much holiday. The diagram yon-scnt is intcresting. Will use shortly. THE N.S. WALLS v QUEENSLAND MATCH. The werdict of the adjeulicator (Mr. 0. K. Esling. of Victoria), on the three unfinished games in the above natch. has been given. Ie decides on adraw in each ol the three games. This was expected by most players who had analysed the positions. The position in the game at board 3, between Messrs. J. L. Jacobhen and A. J. Atatldo, was epecially difficult, andl was.sub mitted to a lengthy analysis by several of the leading local...

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GENERAL VON HINDENBURG, [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 23 January 1915

r.(M1 PAT. vnUfN 1T-DENBURG. Who led the German Army against Russia. "To my mind nothing characterises German thoroughness in military matters so effectively as the ingenuity with which certain operations of the Russian campaign were organised and carried out," says Dr. Dillon in the "Contem porary Review." "Von Hindenberg, we are told, had devoted years of his life to the strategic potentialities of the Masurian lakes and bogs. During his military activity in peace time he held the view that in the event of a war with Russia the enemy could and should be lured or driven into them. Other officers disagreed with him, and statesmen maintained that the best policy would be to have them drained. "A bill to enable the authorities to reclaim this entire marshy district was about to be laid before the Legislature when this military spe cialist implored the Kaiser to veto it. His request was granted, and nearly every year when conducting manoeuvres in that part of the country, he invariably...

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