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AZALEAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 31 October 1914
- - AZAL.EAS. - - laothe mooy Iormo ood 001000u-OlVAeb,, hldico we -o. oomre of the' most ioopitcoo "dowetlg oOut1b ol the'-gde. to tone can Ioo .upola border or even - -a'potl. of'abolrder, mo:amall-d. ;planted mith'theose leithoot beofo charmed by -the display made tSlop dhey a' e in full bloom; What weaelth of thistlh ey gie Sus! -And how they iootlnue to do io $eor 'after-year -with but little' attention if;' in the netldaee; thm pdali, SLon haso u be ?oCell chosen ad thIe l .properly toe 'Dared prior to plaoting. " This shrub ahould 00o be "toled. . 1t ?e cultlratoon ol.the soil 'boa bee deep cud thoroobh, and ageoeroeo ollaootoe of thoroughly-; deeayed manure ineorporatled withlb it, then yOUr ooaolea are sure to do well. When-platlUn ,ee that the solI " io well flrod arolmd the plant. especloly f tke lotter. bo ti heen wo prerdoob Itn a pot. -otheise.the witer ieno wilu fil to perolooteoob the hod, bimpoetee fnd bollo ooll Joairiol teboool mobeooo 000 obe hoend ' condtion lea...
THE GARDEN ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 31 October 1914
- ANSWERS TO CORR?lPOiNPETS. Irumo'li iESTLE TO):'DESbTROY (in! user to "'Vine") Procure pot of-Swift-sn.Areate of Lead. obtairble from ony seedoen, and sprny Yp0 plan?.s in ancnd with in.trctio? to be fouot on the label,, and you wllt soon nettle the pest - Oi"RtYJN MEANLUIUG (in anoer to "DUOil'): U-ye hne no nuo-fir that parLetnlar plot until Autuhin then you ennot-go wrong by sowiag nomething oiih this object. Either buckwheat-or cow pea wnill-err? you weol,;od the digging In of the cropo--utl Cee tainly Improe your snil. Lhould you .eep poulty en bte, then the t-nt-neotloned will.be beL' ?OItAiU?.1 ,itOlgtloD BEY .AN? (to answer to "?.AA. . Townl'ile) Spray onatonally with Porin 0iten, tbhooughly mired. at.the rate of lon to i0 g?ot. of nter. If you can obtain the P.O. in.poote form, tb you will tod the midjog oocess nrep muno ,I :st?er-than iof in powder fom. - n'the latter ae - t will be eential to keep the liquiC well-ndrted' nile " ? ? .ng. . - .-i'RIi Fhi tkr IAS POOR (lt ...
THE IDYLLIC DOG [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 31 October 1914
THE IDYLLIC DOG From Thee immemorial the dog hos bore insrparably connro tedl with'1I. tht is best.or oorot-in hosnm naturr, Iooted so On osmple of fidelity or stigmsatired aso obiect of roteiopt, justsoo hoppros ot timso to his ihster or oir(tess. Virtues and vicrs belong to bits as to htisboosioo, but the lstis 000re Itear, aod the folr'ms or numerous, at lerst., oore stesifat; generally preaking.' Eerys genioos o history as. rerorlrd themo,. toostly, ai '- sdmolrtils-trtt. B;:rost, e ' spssOee Elizs. Cook; Tewsasr 1 es r7lo4,(o qitlo Olotrttsoainl Oen Bustkin, t' dsoy hothiso.oti'`oroi of '417 .eo:rsf.0oIOi, -ther.- Fsuther .hack, amaong.the c?as?c, aomer sing of Atrg-m ee Pope's translation oft "Odysey't: Thuas -ear tle' glas, nferring 's they dar, Argos, the dog,.his ancient master knew. He knaew his ord, he knew and strove-to meet; In rain he stmv-e to cawl and riss his tfeet Yet all he could, his tail, i a, his ee hise, Salute his master and onfeass his joys. Soft pity touche...
TEUTONIC CRUELTY INVALID GIRL TORTURED. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 31 October 1914
TEUT'ONIC CRUELTY INVALID GIRL TORTURED. It has been amply demonstrated that almost inconceivable insults and cruelties are perpc trated..on- helpless women 'who fall into the hands of the a(aenwns. A Russian girl was so maltreated in her. helpless mother's 'presence that the mother. went mad. - . - One of the worst cases of cruelty occurred, some distance, from. Kouigsberg. - A young woman- who had sustained burns to. her head had been operated on for a- new skin. Her mother besought the German soldiers not to take her daughter away in a rough cart but inn a suitable conveyance, and in her' entreaties even kissed their hands.. The patient, however, was removed in a cartl nd- all along the road her head knocked against the Pwoodwork. At thei end of the journey the soldiers, under. the pre text that papers might be concealed under the bandages, tore them off. One soldier with a lighted cigarette. burnt holes into -the wounded scalp. The girl hias sinc died. It is related that at one ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 31 October 1914
TOU 1.MOLS'5 _ A'PLE-SHAPED CUJGUMBER tA ml1delhcioma retabbk. rer easy cilture, an~d with. out tdot,'tite ea~t of all-ut hsauaalra. Pockets o NEW Seead. Gd and If. CLIMBI3No EPICLBE BEANS (FRENCHI). A perfet wonder.. 6d and If.Per Paket. *-s'uEr POTATOES. Strong 1'lat. 3d. Do.. ,Postage h eaha; :./ per 100, Post age 18 eatra. TOMATO PLANIS. Gd thhaaa, hoitage Gd aaatn; 3/0 per-100, Postage 1/3 attn. HILDAMERE' Nursery Company. Seed and Plant laeralunta 32 7 01C0F STIRET. SUDNEY. PUMPKINS *re cagily grown. and will girr a0001) RIETRN. A negnincd, tweet, dr pumpkin i It G for any tahie. 81F.PIhEPhhE6.alG SAIOCI L a apleaadid keepee, luring. alt the vqaaitiea-aequred fara gaood h'aaaalkia. TOYT A PAQEEIT NOW. IUIGand 6 PR PACKET ; 1/- FRR OUNCE. "~~:t:ePpR~SijPA;blU Oýu:a. ~' C:'S I7rI jw -AND S'4 tL h." 10 PITT STIIEET, dY~o'Ghr
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 31 October 1914
ATHONY: HUliERNS FO iO The War Map issued by he hc-OBUR TEA CO., together with NATIONAL FLAGS, printed in COLORS, of the participating nations,-shows at a.glance the 'progress of the rival armies. When the pin-flags are stuck .- the places mentioned by the newspapers, one gets a thorough grip of what's going on, much more to th-n' by just read ing the news without 'visually rr.?eorising- the location of the forces.' Young people.find mounting -te map and altering the flags from time, to time quite: interesting. and. whilst doing this they leain more of the geography of Europe and'the East thaniany anaount of ordtinary lessons wotld give then.' The Robur War Map is an advt., but at the same time is instrucTing.,inter esting, and info-mative, and is sold at a price below cost Copies, with printet colored Pars, may be obtained in our Grocery Department, price 3d. t"' COPY OF WAR MAP, TOGETHER WITH OVER . POSTED FREE, ' 200 COLORED PRINTED PLAGS. ANTHONY HORDERN & .SONS, LTtD. N...
Balls Batsmen Do Not Like [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 31 October 1914
BaUs Bats. en '; o Nit ý ` eý The balls batsmen do not like at thecom mencement of the season are so numerous and earied that a catalogue, instead of an- article, could be filled with them. I will commence' with" the insidious "lob," that interesting survival of the cricket of our forefathers. I have. never seen or played against one of-the real old "lobsters," so it1 is obviously impossible for me to say what' modern batsmen would think of the trundling -f a second Walter Humphries. But I do know that when Mr. Simpson-Hayward takes a turn with the ball and sends up that p- uzzling underhand stuff of his, he is- not exactly beloved by a batsman who has played himself in and is. collecting a nice lot of runs against orthodox - bowling. Theoretically, a quick-footed batsman who can play back or forward with equal facility ought never to be in trouble against this underhand bowling. But in practice one finds that the sharp contrast in delivery and the number of tempting oppor-tuni ties...
To Mothers of Boys [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 31 October 1914
To Mothers of Boys Boys demand especial care at the mother's bands. Tlheyshould be trained to shoiv con sid~cation to others, and general good breeding. A lad who is awkward, grumpy, and ill at ease.. in the 'prdsence of visitors is a painful sight, especially when-as frequently happens- his sisters point a contrast by ease and refinement of manner and a knowledge of etiquette. Let your boys :wait on you. Do not be their humble blave. Nor. should, they. be allowed to'tyrannise over their sisters. - That is the way to make tbenselfish, arrogant, and gener-' ally insutferable..
How Germany Boosts the Fatherland [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 31 October 1914
How .e. . y oost._ 'at'en?.. Everybody has heard of the notorious Wolfa's News Agency, which, has been for some time. past engaged in disseminating highly-colored German versions of the progress of the war, said verion being to put a very mild contruc tion upon them, a little too previous in most cases.. SDeteits of the great German plot to contami-. .na te the Press of the whole world with pro Prussian news, the object being to increase Prussion influence and prestige to the detriment of Great Britain and her Allies are to hand il the latest issues of the Londn-"Daily Mail." Germany's secret and nefarious scheme -was exposed by Sir Edward Goschen, late British. Ambassador in Berlin, in despatches to Sir Edward Grey in February, March, and June. Ig a despatch dated February 17 last Sir Edward; Goschen said:-'" - * "At the the request of very highly placed personages," Herr Ballin,.head olthe-Hamburg American-Line, interested himself in a "more or less secret.organisationi." "A short...
IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 31 October 1914
IN BRIEF. To "Subscriber" (Guildford) : Provided tlhx your remedy contains no poisonous ingredier' there is nothing to prevent you from exploiti it on the market To "Anxious" (Randwick): Before suggest ing a treatment it would be advisable for yoa: to send more complete particulars of your case. The most probable cause is either catarrh o| the throat or elongation of the uvula. To "Anxious" (Newtown): Suggestive medi cal treatment is advised. Send stamped anlJ addressed envelope for addresses., -
PILES. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 31 October 1914
PILES. "Distressed" (Redfern) asks" for a trratmen for bleeding piles. A. In the treatment of piles the bowels must be kept regular, and rest is essential. As a laxative confection of senna. sulphur. or olive oil is most satisfactory. The diet should be plain and unstimulating. Alcohol and seder. tary occupations are better avoided. -The following ointment should be applied occa. sionally : Tannic acid 20 grains, subnitrate of bismuth 1 drachm. powdered opium I, grains, soft paraffine loz. An opera. tion should be resorted to when the piles prove unamenablc to treatment.
THE DOG WORLD DEVELOPMENT OF YORKSHIRE TERRIERS HOUND AND GUN DOG PARADE [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 31 October 1914
THE DOG WORLD DEVELOPMENT OF YORK SHIRE TERRIERS HOUND AND GUN DOG PARADE 0..1 asks l ar-etre rt a. oblain a-grad Bull Terrier .dog.puppy. Ans.:. li. W. Miller, blackrtnth"Wattle= atet, t'timi;a: le oire good ones - - II. iOATIN indca., the namea ''of a bUnablr person. brardiag .ull Terrier ?': A?i.: Crommunirate with 'Mr. 'W. liller, hlackrmithi Watle-starrt- .. IlEtitA oe.s: ,"Car . y gire me cmre foar a Foar Terreer,- six nontha :.9pld, -widhl ai yd le lw'ild" dis charge' tIrdm the eys the tart t?ing -ja the=a m?iiagl? Arie: "Evidraly'.a'cald. -: Bathe tfh -a reakhitoh?ona al r.arma rater aid. loraric--b:it a -.tearaoful to -a cap at. o -ater. - tteiards :apply-a e:lcw;drop -of cartor.?,l . ., tUtltfIflER -baa t Belpie:. "rich far abmut ,thiere .rorteks tr ad t had a a t of taggera inn lhelkdnd Shlartelera. At .tet I; hought it. wara, altck, but ?an-. not find dre.-I aar told 'it was. a care dl'. woerl; so.retea .bhrn accoiatrngrl :g r.llew pooa just dhad.'~ "?r:" What age is- tl...
POULTRY EGG-LAYING VERSUS FERTILITY SUPPRESSING VERMIN ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 31 October 1914
POULTRY EGG-LAYING VERSUS FERTILITY SUPPRESSING VERMIN ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. lIEW.F." (Color) asks to be placedto enommuniatiaon with "'I.1.'1" (Iabdoick). Aos.: I haot torwarded your letter. - "CONGO" writes : "' hate o grey South African parrot. which eomntcncl i few monlths ago to pull and eat the teathie oil his lege." At.: This seems to he a idiosysesy- of this breed. Some allege that it Is oleotc by too mtoh sit in the food. Dust him mell with insecticide, rubbed -ell into the flesh. 1 ?EX'F" aks; "the name aId oddres 'or a reliable per son to whom I comld tend a dead'lo b tot be opened sod diocled. I hare them dying, o?l would like to find out, if posoible, the o?use." Am. :'Ptlace yourself in couo unicatioo with the Delpirtnient of Agecrilture. "CO"?SP.lT READER" writes : "I am a beginner in poollt- he-piing. Could you advise me as to the beet breeds to keep for profit T Also, ?hbere I oull gtd books dcaliog with the subject T" Aos.: The matter of the "best booed" rests...
TO DISINFECT A HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 31 October 1914
TO DISINFECT A HOUSE. "Health" (North, Sydney) 'wishes to knos. bow a house -may- be rendered safely tenable after the presence of disease. A. One of the first things necessary in the disinfection of a house is to throw all doors and windows open, and so make provision for the'entry of fresh air and sunlight. Thelatter has, a most destructive effect on germ life. The ceilings should be thoroughly brushed and then sprayed over with a 10 per cent. carbolic or 1 per cent formalin solution. - For general pur poses the latter ip most suitable, As it is not. lable to stain. If the old wallpaper can bh ;emoved" and replaced by new, so much the better. But if this proceeding be not'practic able the walls must be sprayed like.the ceiling. The-floor-also is to be vigorously- scrubbed with either solution.. All woodwork and ironwork In the rooms should be treated in the same wray. Finally, napery and all other fabrics are to be immersed in either solution,, and ther boiled for a sufficient len...
ALCOHOLISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 31 October 1914
ALCOHOLISM. "N.L." (Sydney) wishes to know how to cure a man from drinking. A. The necessary routine requires an amount of -supervision, which is difficult of attainment save in a household specially arranged'for the purpose. Where convenient, therefore; the patient should be removed to a home with bright surroundings for special treatment. Open air exercise .without fatigue, is to be recom mended. A daily time-table of occupationshould be laid down and its performance insisted on. The diet. must be generous, but easily assimil able, Daily warm baths would be beneficial, and "the bowels inist be carefully regulated. Hours of meals shouild be regular, as also those of sleep. Give the following mixture in a wine glassful of water every four hours : Liquid ex tract of clirchona 10 minims, tincture of capsi cum 10 minims, compound infusion of gentian to -oz.
The Living Truth About Canada [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 31 October 1914
The -I :.i ° Truth About Canada~~i~ - Thereare two vays of describing a country. There is the way of Mr. Foster Fraser, and the other way. As to-which is to be preferred, it can only be said that it is all a matter of taste. If one wishes to read a country as one does the daily paper-simply by scanning the headlines--then one can do no better than pick up. Mr. Foster- Fraser. But if, on the other hand, some idea of what. the country really is. and means,.is sought, then one must seek some other -exponent. Canada gained - much I through- the efforts, of Mr. Fraser. and it is to be thought.that she also lost much through the fact that a good deal of what that always= in-a-hurry gentleman had-to.say, did not bear a very close investigation. A more sane, though no less laudatory paen in- praise of the Mother of Siows is "Seeds of .Pine," by Janey Canucli Canada, .in the eyes of this author, is not a matter of Blue' Books and Tourist Bureau philosophy. Canada for Janey Canuck- is a thing...