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THE FLEET'S MAILS AND PROVISIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 23 January 1915

THE FLEET'S MAILS AND PROVISIONS. It would seem perfectly feasible that the Post Ofce officials and contractors supplying. pro yislons would know the whereabouts of the ri tish Fleet, but it is doubtfpl if either know more than the methods adopted of getting the mails to, and replenishing the larecra of, the Fleet, which may be as follow: The supplies and mails are despatched to a certain point which may be 100 miles or more away from the Fleet, and re ceived by a fast cruiser, detailed as a dispatch ship. When the latter leaves harbor she pro bably disappears over the horizon In a direction absolutely contrary to the course required to he taken to reach her destination. In this way no clue is given to any of the enemy's the reason for the cruiser's presence. The same precaution is also likely to be taken when the dispatch ship comes into harbor to take supplies, etc., on board. It is only by employing me thods of this description that absolute secrecy regarding the whereabouts of t...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUBMARINES' PARENT SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 23 January 1915

SUBMARINES' PARENT SHIPS. The parent ships which attend our sub marines are so constructed that they can effect minor repairs as well as carry supplies to replenish the under water craft's stores at short notice. At all other times the stores are ob tained from special ships attending the fleet. The Germans are credited with the possession of parent ships which are in reality floating docks propelled by their own power, but what great advantage is obtained from vessels of this description it is difficult to understand. Any experienced naval officer could tell at a glance the nature of these vessels, the presence of which would give warning- of submarines. Another great difficulty would be the entrance to, and discharge from, the parent ship. In the event. of any motion on the part of the latter the sides of the submarine would stand little chance of remaining intact unless great care were exercised.

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE KAISER'S DREAM [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 23 January 1915

THE KAISER'S DREAM As I heard an army marching and the measeured tramp of feet, That• resounded from the pavement, as they swaggered down the street, I was conscious of some music that was foreign -to our lands, Though it won't be long. I'm thinking, ere it's played on all the hands. For the air was very catchy, and it had a martial swing, As the clanking heels and sabres gave a sym pathetic ring; Then it faded into'softness, like the gentle song of birds. And by listening intently" could faintly catch these words : Chorus. It's a long way to St. Helena, it's-a long way to go; It's a long way to St., Helena, but they'll -send me there, I know. - Good-bye, -Wilhelmstrasse; farewell, Deutsch. land fair. It's a long way-to St. Helena, but I'llU soon be there. By Robt. Farquharson. Southampton "Daily Echo," of Southampton, England

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

DIABETES. W,D." (Waverley) suffers with sugar .dia betes, and would liue to know of a treatment. A.: Regulation of diet is the first and most important thing to be attended to in the treat ement of this disease. All food taken should contain the least amount possible of sugar, starch, and all substances easily convertible in to these. Otherwise the diet should be gener ous, with no reduction in the amount of liquid usually consumed. Fish, poultry, meat, fats, eggs, and gluten bread are permitted, also most green vegetables. Sugar and starchy foods, potatoes, raisins, sweet fruits, and alcohol are forbidden. Sugas may be substituted by sac charine. Warm e. sthing must he insisted on, and the general health carefully looked after, signs of emaciation being treated with cod liver oil and the usual remedies applicable in the treatment of wasting diseases. The fol lowing mixture has frequently given good re oults, and should be taken in water three times a day :-Salicylate of soda 10 gra...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Questions of All Descriptions Answered MEDICAL LIVER DISORDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 23 January 1915

Questions of All Descriptions Answered - - MEDICAL LIVER DISORDER. . "?.S." (Rockdale) complains.of poffiness and twitching under the eyes. A.--Your symptoms all point to the one con clusion, that the liver is not performing its functions ratisfa=torily. Treatment consists of strict regulation in the amount and quality of food taken, together with appropriate exercise. 'ood containing fat and butter must be avoided. The twitching is directly due to a spasm of the circular muscle of the lid, and is more common in persons of an irritable and nervous tempera ment " A dose of sulphate of soda should be taken occasionally, and the following mixture in water two or three times a day :-Dilute nitro-liydroch!oric acid, 10 minims; tincture of capsicum, 2 minims; liquid extract of taraxa cum, 10 minims ; infusion of gentian, to jorx MIassage would also be of benefit in resormas the normal condition.

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Effects of War in the Nurseries of the Fleet [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 23 January 1915

Effects of, War'n athe lnursenes of the Heet In reviewing the damage sustained by the4 British fleet in the battle of Heligoland Eight, the official report definitely stated that all the injured ships would put to sea again within a few days. This was a most convincing testi mony to the organised efficiency of our dock yard resources. Some months beforethe war the papers ex posed certain revelations of jobbery and cor ruption in the German dockyards. The sys tematic Teuton then awoke to the necessity that he, too, must set his house in order, and made no secret of the fact that he intended to do it on British lines. Thank goodness, writes Herbert Russell in "The Express," he has no more had time to do this adequately than Krupp's have had opportunity to yet live down the scandal that was eating like a canker into their organisation I "One-half the German shells don't burst," write our soldiers. None but those who live in the ken of a royal dockyard can have any conception of the sha...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOVE AND INDUSTRY [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 23 January 1915

LOVE AND INDUSTRY Curtis Yorke departs but little from her well known methods in her latest novel, "The Woman Ruth,"'and for this reason she is bound to make her usual strong appeal to the class of readers for whom she caters. Ruth is the well-known sport of misfortune. After the storm she finds an asylum in the home of a manufacturer. Here there is a son, who, by the usual process, falls in love with the stranger. His passion is reciprocated, and then the complications begin at "the works." Things become very tragic indeed, and at this stage the 'story halts a trifle. However, the author soon recovers herself, and then completes the story with a final scene tlhat positively shocks so little in harmony is it with the rest of the novel. "The Woman Ruth" is not the best thing that has appeared under the name of Curtis York'e, but it -is far from bad, and will pass a pleasant hour or so for those who vant their fiction to be orthodox, and yet mildly exci.ing. The publishers are John Lo...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A GERMAN UNDER-WATER CRAFT. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 23 January 1915

A GERMAN UNDER-WATER CRAFT. !' The Germans began to build under-water I fighting craft very late, watching carefully the result of, the experiments of the French: and .ritish before undertaking the construction of ike vessels. The first boat constructed, the U1 ,(U meaning "Unterseebooten"), was small, and of very little.- present-day valite. .,.The next d series, though larger, are: sayd to .be ,over engined, and: suffer, from, excessive vibration;, . pith the later boats grew in size, power, andeffi ciency. The whole were provided with sub n I marine signalling apparatus. The later boats ad carry guns on disappearing mountings, and all m- the boats after and including U13 have sleeping or- accommodation, and several carry a searchlight. SIn shape they are widely different from the in British boats, our under-water craft being sub marines pure and simple, shaped not unlike a cigar. The German craft are submersibles, the form of the outer hull. being similar to a sur Ie face boat,1w...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Since the Beginning of the European War Submarin[?] The Mystery Boats of the Sea and all about them. DESTROYED BY SUBMARINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 23 January 1915

Since the Beginning of the European War Submi The Mystery Boats of the Sea and all about them. DESTROYED BY SUBMARINES. Ship. - Nationality. Tons. Cost. £. Pathfinder .... British 2,940 285,000 SIela .. ..... German 2,003 200,000 Aboukir .... .. British 12,000 750,000 - iogue .. .. .. British 12,000 750,000 ," Crcssy ...... British 12,000 750,000 S126 ........ German 477 85,000 Pallada ...... Russian 7,775 800,000 Hlawke ...... British 7,700 600,000 Speedy ...... British 810 100,000 Hermes .. ... British 5,600 500,000 Messudieh .... Turkish 10,000 700,000 NViribus Unitis.. Austrian 20,000 2,000,000. Formidable.... British 15,000 1,000,000. Niger .. ... British 810 100,000 14 £8,620,000 . Since the war.began 14 submarines, which cost on an average £100,000, that is, £1,400,000, have been lost. By a strange co;nctGence, exactly the same number of the warships of different class have been sunk by submarines, but their value was £9 620,000, a£ against the £1,400,000 of'the sub marines. ...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The French Army as a Modern Fighting Force [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 23 January 1915

'The French Army as a Modern Fighting Force LONDON, December 4. . A distinguished Frenchman who has just re u?rned from the front, where he spent several .ays with the different French Army staffs, and oho is staying for a few days in London, gave 3aston Dru the following account of his visit to the English and French lines, which is here -lipped from the "Daily Mail" : "The Allies' lines are practically impregnable. Trenches, semi-permanent fortifications, barbed "wire entanglements, heavy gns on the most important positions, make it impossible that at any place of this line extending over 200 miles the Germans could, in numbers, force their way through. They can, it is true, at enormous cost bend back that line for a few yards or a few hundred metres-say, at a stupendous loss of life, even a kilometre or two-but they could not, whatever be the sacrifice, or, as an English writer said, the holocaust of soldiers, gain a way through for an army Corps, much less for an army. We hold t...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Z3 AND U9—A NEW HYMN OF HATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 23 January 1915

Z3 AND U9-A NNW HYMN OF HATE. Hanns Heinz Ewers. probably the. le.ding Berlid novelist of the day, gives vent to,,the hate of England in, the verses. we translate. : : Fl°"!"' : SýP tpoyglistig icf 4935 +hyrPQasc i (Z) and Submarine (U) to shatter England's Far, far down, by the sea-bed line - Like'a whale she creeps-and vomits her mipe U9. And like an eagle above the sea, Silvery, swift, she hovers free- - Z3. The day is near and the lot is thiio, :, And thou shdit have. sport in-Thames and . Tynec U9. The night is near. and thou shalt have glee ; London shall flower with roses from thee Z3. -England is beaten iih-bieztee anid brin, ::: - :Het crown is in 'frakmdnts; the world is free. Qiueen of the waters shall float U9,.. . .UAAtii iKht1l r ;ps1qall: ; tid a~ý:F _;.~ thafl HIGH MONEY FOR fOMR.,.TIME . TO COME. The year 1915 and the year following will be marked in all probability by an increased cost of capital hire, indicated by stiff money rates. European nations must pay the c...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tricking German Spies with Stories of Britain's Plight STARTLING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 23 January 1915

Tricking German -Spies with Stories of Brtain's Plight The harbor station at Flushing is the gateway to Northern Europe from England. When passengers disembark from the Folke ,stone boat they walk along the jetty to a build ing that has two entrances. One is labelled: "For Germany," and the other, "For Holland and Belgium." I have been impressed (writes Percival Phil lips in the "Daily Express) with the number of travellers from England-presumably not of German nationality-who hurry through the en trance marked "For Germany," sometimes ac companied by one of the half-dozen or so men Who meet every mailboat, and who are known to be German police agents. Flushing is an important centre of the Ger man intelligence service. and spies of all kinds are living there under the authority of an offi cial who is in constant communication with the civil authorities in Berlin, as well as the mili tary authorities in Belgium. - The men who lounge about the mailboat quay not only keep watch on Bri...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
What the Men in the Aerial Corps have to Face PARIS, December 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 23 January 1915

What the Men in the Aerial Corps have to Face IARIS, December 2. In France during the last few weeks, the period when thy young recruits were being col octed for training, the number wishing to serve -eIn the air service has been Eo great that the authorities were able to grant only a fraction of the applications. It is no wonder that keen young men are anxious to serve in this branch of the Army, because the flying men must surely have the most thrilling times of all the people engaged in the war. It is very difficult to realise the perpetual peril of these men's lives. There is as much risk squeezed into a day of their lives as most soldiers encounter in a week, and yet to them it is as nothing. As a matter of fact, they are used to it ; they were used to it long before the war broke out. From the moment when each man joined the Royal Flying Corps he took risk to be his bosom companion. There have been feats performed in peace time, only they have never been heard of, carried out ...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SEA AND ROMANCE AGAIN THE BANKS FISHERMEN [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 23 January 1915

THE SEA AND ROMANCE AGAIN THE BANKS FISHERMEN The value of "Blue Water" can be bast sug gested by the methods of "simple proportion" as we knew it consule Planco. As quick and Garran's ponderous tome on the Australian Con stitution is to the Constitution Act itself, so is "Blue Water" to "Captains Courageous." This is not to gay .that Frederick William Wallace owes all or anything to Kipling, but what the latter.did for a particular type of human energy in the small compass of his volume, the former atempts in what might very well be accepted as a "ten::t-book" upon fishing as it is carried out on the'Banks. "Blue Water" is a book that leaves. very little to the reader's imagination. No detail of cir cumstance or character is so small that it doesn not merit a full and accurate exposition at the novelist's hand. And the greatest success that tile author has achieved is that with all this wealth of detail he has nevertheless managed to tell an interesting story. This result has-been ...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOOKS THAT YOU MAY READ AN AUSTRALIAN ROMANCE WELL TOLD BOYD CABLE MAKES GOOD WITH HIS "BY BLOW AND KISS." [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 23 January 1915

BOOKS THAT YOU MAY READ AN AUSTRALIAN ROMANCE WELL TOLD BOYD CABLE MAKES GOOD WITH HIS "BY BLOW AND KISS." Readers of the popular "London Magazine" were some time ago thrown into a state of mild excitement by the announcement that the pro prietors had secured a Boyd Cable story built up from Australian material, a story that would claim a place in the literature of the land with which it dealt. "Unstable as Water" was the name of the story, and it is now on the market in book form, this time as "By Blow and Kiss." In serial form the story failed to "hang" at titmes, and suffered from other minor faults. These to a very large degree disappear when the book is read at a fitting (as it deserves), and th final impression is that of a well rounded romance, picturesquely told. The local color is indubitably Australian, just as certainly as it is composite and idealised. Station life has been depicted by an odd score or so of writers, with varying success, and never wholly successfully. Th...

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

FIJIAN TROOPS FOR THE FRONT. -Weckly.Mirioor photo. Mr. Harcourt, Secretary for the Colonies, has approved of FIji sending .a contingent to France.

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

WiHY REMAIN SHORT? Taou do rvu s tl injustice by Icttit'g your altartnna on. tinue to retard yoaur social url r commerciai l protres. when the HUGE GIBSON SYSTEMT - WILL INCREASE YOUI I HEIGHT from tono to three tncl~e is three mouths. Send ttro penny -stamp- today for full partlculitn of my m Athod. All mriled in plain co*elopa HUGH GIBSON, "Specialist in t6e IncrTTse oSrE heht, E DEPARTMENT "B."· 163 PITT STRE~ET,, SYDNEY.I·_. Printed and Published by Alfred-llerberl Howard Aldenorth. for the "qnday Time"j Keespelrer Co., Ltd., at the Office of the "Sundeaee.Ti nt. "flCT efee. 'SSturday IRefereceed the Arrow." and "0lob." Newspapers. 13G-1:S Castlereaegb.tseet, Sydney. foe the feek ending January' ;i1I::' -. :, 411~ A.·

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Real Meaning of the Casualty Lists LONDON, November 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 23 January 1915

The Real Meaning of the Casualty Lists LONDON, November 29. :.After a quick glance at the summary head lines in the morning papers one turns to the casualty list. Some of us turn to it first. If the names we are afraid of seeing are not among the killed we glance quickly down the column. To find a friend among the wounded :is almost a relief ; he might have been "miss ing." The "wounded" list conveys no certainty, it is true ; but details are generally discoverable. One accepts the news with more hope. "Miss ing" leaves an emptier feeling. One fears long suspense, or, worst of all, complete darkness. It will be a relief to many to hear that more is being done to trace those who have been lost in the war. Our Red Cross in France now have an officer whose sole business is to search, 'to follow up clues and track down ihe wounded in-all the backwaters over which the wave of fighting has passed. It is a labor of love, like much of our Red Cross work in Paris, Calais, and Boulogne. No do...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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What the Belligerents Face in the Winter [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 23 January 1915

,What the Belligerents. F1ace in the Winter That the present Winter has- added greatly to the difficulties and, hardships to the, warring .European armies canmot be doubted: It is true that improveinents in , military methods. and equipment have made. impossible such. colastal horrors as those attending Napoleon's retreii from Moscow, or even those incidental" to thit operations, of the allied armies in the Cri.t ca-t sar; yet the rigors of Winter are still a factor to be reckoned with in both the strategical and the humanitarian aspects of war. As to the sufferings entailed, upon the. sbl diers, a few illustrationis will show that these are still inevitable. Of the fighting -in Man churia in" January, 1905, during the Ruseo Japane-e war, Sir Ian Hamilton says : "Horse mnen galloped about the field with the featli :11d dripping sweat of their horses changing ntot a, crust like snow and long dangling icicles. The Fifth Division--only seventy yards distant. from the Russians, near Hei...

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