ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictori... Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 12,797 items from Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
12,797 results
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 6 February 1915

ANTPON HORDERNS' ALE FINISHES TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16th. BARGAINS IN BICYCLES Royal Enfield Bicycle "MADE LIKE A GUN." TIHE ROYAL ENFIELD BIYCLE, 3MANFA.1CT' RED liY TIlE ROYAL ENFIELD CYCLE CO., ILEDDITCHI, ENGLAND. Fatne, Win ; W.heels, 28 In Riot nickel-plated with bloak centres and edge ; Barnet Olass Daddy Tyrete Grips, Celluloid ; 'ront ibrak,. Rim with inverted lever ; Back Brake, Rim with in- " leted lever ; Frne Wheet, tlyde ; Mud (I tolh, beaded edges ; Chait, Jim a {in ; Gear, 74 ; Cranks, 71n.; Saddle, nough's 0.0.; Iredatn. lant-tro,,. lie ; Finish, enoorliodl blsot,, 1ine criitn~o an. GENT'S LIGHT ROADSTER (During Sale only) ..".. ........ ..... £8/5/ LADY'S LIGHT ROADSTER (During Sale only) .......... .. .. .. £8/15/ 1 "ROYAL ENFIELD" SPECIAL LIGHT ROADSTER, 22in frame; 26 x IWin wood rim Wheels; Free Whee.; 2 Rim Brakes; offered at ...... £7/10/ The Marathon Bicycle OUILT OF 0OWN'S FITrINGS, AT OURL I REDFItN FACTORY. Framet eynolds' Tobing. ; Front Foerk, box cron, D f...

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 — 6 February 1915

MISCELLANEOUS LORD KoTCIIENER (to 'E.N,": No, L~or llitdconer to.n00 morroed. PROPII"CY FOlL 191t (to "Noavarre"): Yo ; see "'Th Globe" for Dectber to, l919,o THE GAP (to "'H.H~," oedfern): The Gap Is ,ottoted oboat a mile tolde Booth Rteod. PATENT (to "T.A.tL,". Pddinlgton): - Employ 0 ,paten;t -ttorney. The cost will be about El. CLARK ISLAND (to "'.AJ.f.," Newotown); There are no oerr7-boats calbng at Clbark Tbod an Suday. FISTULA (to '"E.ELJr.," liioohley): T?the homo ilt hooe to be operoted oo by t veterinary sn-geoo. GLONOANESEb (to 'Itoogoopose." Anooodale): Coooooio -lteo wlth Mr. A. Guilford, 1435 oalmaioonlod, Le1db 3ULITABY VOLUNTEER (to "J.N.R.," Builolo River): No. Halft-ot oooiooo so. not eligibleo tor molltay RING (to "'Curio," MaHty): A plain gold rlong n the -ngogemoent fogoi e an tompariod- -womao ogaoih notbhog. GRAMOPHONE (to "-E.t.C.," toanly:' You conoot bove your own voice taken on the disc records of ' gromo ph one, you roust have the oylindeo r ecorod of a p...

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 — 6 February 1915

Le BlURIEF. SUPERFLUOUS HAIR (Hose bay) a. The core is usualy permaneej. Thee, Is no danger ot costrecting cancer through electrolysh. I.H.L. (Newcastle) : 'Treatment of both diseeses is most tedious., dd frequently m.ettast-tory. Send stamped and addeeseed envelope tsr d?tress ot specialist. 3. (Sydney) : The sebijct has been lrequsntly discussed, sltf-cnfltdenee being the sney neer?sary adjunct. The administration fe drugs Is of little value, but atoid .frssg tea and aloehot. H.B. (Enmore) : The blotches ate of rheumatic origin. Take F.psom t ts bn the serneing, and the following mixture stter meals : eliteytate of eda -1o gretnes tincture oet crdazmons 20 minims, water to Asrs - LB. (BurwoeTl) : Your ase is against your rapid re .soeey, but the followeng mixture. taken In water teree Imses a day, ehouhl be of benefit : Bicarbonte at potlash 5 graeis, acetate of potash 10 egreid, spirits of nitrous ether 15 minime , tinctese et bye?-eyamus 5 minims, inftueia of Buchu to .oc (2) Th...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HIS OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 6 February 1915

HIS OPINION. The ex-Khedive of Egypt thinks. that Egypt would be better off under Turkish rule.. What does it matter what a man with 500 wives thinks ? The prnscipal picture palaces in various parts o Sussex are showing on the screen every night the .daily numbers of men rerruited for the Southdown Battalions under Colonel Lowther for Kitchener's army. A recent Army Order was issued by the Kaiser, in which he ad.nitted that a little luck was wanted. Two days later is was stated that a mysterious demand had suddenly arisen in Germny, for horseshoer. ' oa- i- s out, my men. Wiat hall we do? Fresh legions come in vain to reitfore you. Eureka. let us hack our passage through With that essential to a hasc-a horseshoer! In reply to an advertisement in .aHamburg paper offering a reward of £5 for thq return of a lost dog, a letter was received from a German soldier in. the trenches in France who was in possession of the animal, asking-that the money be sene through as intermediary in exchan...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AIRCRAFT REPELLING A ZEPPELIN INVADER. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 6 February 1915

AIRCRAFT. REPELLING A ZEPPELIN INVADER Although guns have Been invenceo, ana us c, againsi .derman ^cppucina, s.Ic USD 1 .ucicnuce aIgansi snese aerial Invadeex - Is constituted by aeroplanes. ' The latter, being swifter and more easily manoeuvred In the air, are able to harass the airship, to drop bombs on It, and thus set It on fire. The aeroplanes of the British and French Armies carry small machine guns, which It Is hoped " will prove effective in any of the attacks an Zeppelins which may eventuate. . .- -

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Obverse of the Medal: What German Papers are Saying [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 6 February 1915

The Obverse of the Medal: What German Papers are Saying LONDON, December 20. I tr.mst confess that at all ordinary tunes the pages oi the average German newspaper bors me stiff. Perhaps some exception should cc rmade as regards their comic press, for th:eir cartoonists can most certainly draw; wha.ever Sother failings may be theirs. At the pr.ecnt moment, however, there is not one paper thait does not have its appeal to my risible faculutes, eten the most sober and staid. In jestificatio: rf this statement I shall give you s:.r:= close translations of a few passages that caught my eye this past week. And somehow in reading these over again I cannot but help getting tho idea that deep down in toaat of the various writers minds there is a lurking suspicion that all is not going as well as was anticipated. However, you may judge of that for yoursel-cs. Here are the cttracts to which I refer - "Morally backward and sordidly specula.ing nations," writes Herr Maximinian Harden ia his own ...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Russian Soldier's Awful Night on a Battlefield [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 6 February 1915

Russian Soldier's Awful Night on a Battlefield Theofollowing are the experiences of a Rus sian officer, translated from n Riga Newspaper: It was beginning to.get dark when I awoke. I had no feeling of hunger, although I had been lying here since early morning, but thirst tor mented me unbearably. I remembered every detail of the battle until the moment when I was hit by a splinter of shrapnel which exploded near me. We had driven the Germans out of their trenches, and were hurling them back over this wide, desolate country. I heard again the screaming of the dying, I saw again the flying, falling figures . . . I heard my men shouting till their voices drowned the whistling of the shrapnel I remembered now I had fol lowed up a German officer and had taken him prisoner. What happened after that I can not remember. And when I awoke I was lying, the only living soul on the field . . strewn with dead, I was wounded, I found, but not badly. as it was afterwards proved, and, lifting myself...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
European Struggle from a Local Standpoint By No. 243 [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 6 February 1915

European Struggle from a Local Standpoint By No. 243 'The most interesting fact about the now famous birthday attack is that the Allies knew exactly what was going to happen, and where. Any number of people are ready to swear that the Kaiser's staff knows more about the Allies' plans than they do themselves, but.they fail to realise that General French and General J?offre are equally well served by their intelli gence departments. As has been pointed out in these columns before, the whole of the re cent operations of the Allied line have been directed towards finding out the exact disposi tions and strength of the enemy. The struggle -has now reached the stage where either side knows the exact. possibilities of the other, and where numbers being approximately equal, suec cess is most likely 'to go to the side that is best served by its intelligence gatherers. -t is a good omen, therefore, .that in this. test 'case, so to speak, we have been so well served. It may not be tono uch to ...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Why Von Moltke was Superseded [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 6 February 1915

Why Von Mohke was Superseded It will be remembered that a few months ago General von tMaltke, Chief of the German General Staff, was suddenly relieved of his com mand. At the time rumors of a quarrel with the Kaiser.were freely hinted at, but no:iing definite was made public. Substantiation of the rumors, however, appears to have been made by Rene H. Feibelman last month, the special correspondent of the "Daily Express" in Amsterdam, who supplied his paper with the following account of the affair : From the beginning of the campaign the Icr mer Chief of the General Staff had constant quarrels with the Kaiser, who continualhy in terfered in von Idolthe's arrangem-ntts When -the Emperor went to the frone he really over ruled the work of the Chief of'Siaff, and with the members of his own military cabint, C-ne rals von Lyncker and von Plessen. worked out schemes which were in complete oo=, .tior to the original plan of campaign. When Antwerp fell the Kaisers only aim be- came Calais, b...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FIGHTING STOMACH. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 6 February 1915

THE FIGHTING STOMACH. . The fine work that is now being done by the British Aimy Service Corps has already been referred to in these columns, and it is well to Smake nmore detailed reference While the oppo; .tunity lasts. Divided into one man's share; the following figures show exactly what the British Tommy is allowed each day : lijlb of fresh meat or llb of preserved meat; ljilb of bread; .4oz of bacon; 3oz of cheese; 4oz of jam; 3oz of sugar; ;lb of fresh vegetables or 2oz of dried vegetables; 5of tea, coffee, or cocoa; 2oz of tobacco or 50 cigarettes a week. This menu is scientifically constructed to give a given result, and has been arrived at only after many years of scientific observation. It is calculated that 2000 calories (heat-giving and energy-making units) are required to keep a human being alive each day, supposing he is lying in bed and is free from any physical exertion. Four thou sand five hundred calories are required to keep a man's strength up to lull pitch on ac...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DRIVING THE GERMANS OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 6 February 1915

-ý DRIVING THE GERMANS OUT. For those who are still of the opinion that the Germans are as well established upon Allied soil as ever they were, the following table from the French journal "L'Eclair" may be found somewhat re-assuring. The figures show the percentage of.French territory occu pied before the Battle of the Marne as com ,pared with that still in their possession on j)ecember 9 : N Department. Sept. 1. Dec. 9. Nord . ... 80 .. 60 SPas-de-Calais .. .. ... 35 .. 60 Somme .. ....... 50 .. 60 Oise ..... .. ... . 55 .. 8 Seine-et-Marne .. .. 20 .. Nil Aisne .. .. .... .. 100 . 55 Marne .. . 90 12 : Aube.. . .. 7 .. Nil ". Ardennes . . . 100 .. 100 Meuse. ...... .... 70 .. 25 ' Vosges.. .. 20 .2 SIt is well to remember, moreover, - that on more than one occasion General Joffre has stated that, provided he were willing to make the -rciuisite sacrifice of life, he could drive the Germans headlong from France and Bel gium as welL That is the point. The sacrifice of life so far- ha...

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 — 6 February 1915

FITS. enjjPSY~ EPILEPSY. 'WONDER" hb.o Ds d paricuar. T. ii. 'E1~SQY.' 22 CoLiih 8t,. Melturo.~,

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE STORMY PETREL. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 6 February 1915

THE STORMY PETREL. The stormy petrel is one of the greatest of bird sailors. No matterThow high the storm, it does not come to land until it wants to nest. The petrels are the smaller cousins of the alba tross. They skim so.close to the surface of the water that sailors said they walked on the water like St. Peter,, hence their name. They are also cal?ed "Mother Cartey' chickens" beT causq their.appearance is said to foretell a stort, and Italian sailors on seeing them would say, 'l?Maria cara !" ,meaning ':dear Mother Maryl', which was subsequently adapted to "Mother Carey." . Sailors consider ,it, very un lucskylto.kill.one gf,tbese birds,, The comn er:onesf Stormy petrel.in Austrjliin waters is tht w'hlito-heasted, a,brbwvnis's-grey birt, with. the ounder surface, fa're and .thrqat white,.bnd ;t white line above the eye,. The Diifl andt feet are black, but"the' webs ar 'yellovl. .Althbsglf it is th 'ge'eid'al" habit of these birds to nest on in accessible islands in the ocean, ma...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SACRED KINGFISHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 6 February 1915

THE SACRED KINGFISHER. Last Sunday I discovered in the knot-hole of a eucalypt the nest of a kingfisher-not the kookaburra-but Halcyon Sanctus, the sacred kingfisher, named after the daughter of Nep tune, who cast herself into the sea when her husband Ceyx was drowned, both being changed into birds. The sacred kingfisher, in addition to being beautiful, is also useful, a combination which is not, unfortunately, com mon. It feeds on insects, ants, small lizards, and fish. Often its nest may be found in the big brown nests which white ants build in the trees, but, curiously enough, this does not seemnt to inconvenience the white ants very. much. It is a great pity that our birds do, not seem to care for white ants as a portion of their diet. If they- did we would not see so much of these destructive pests.

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
At Home in the World of Nature [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 6 February 1915

At Home i~n the World of Nature By " Cammaray." SThe study of spiders is a branch of natural history that is somewhat neglected in favor of butterflies and beetles. Yet the arts and habits of the spider are more interesting than either, wchile there is comparatively little difficulty in arranging habitations for them so that their every-day life can be observed. The spider is not an insect (which is divided into three parts and has six legs). It has only two parts and eight legs, and has no compound eyes, like the fly, for instance, but has six or eight simple eyes( in spite of which it cannot see very far). "the "Feelers," or antennm, of insects are also quite different from the "feelers" of the spider, sa'hich are liks a pair of short legs. Spiders, of course, have no wings, which are possessed by roost insects. These are the simple general ditfferences between the insects and the spiders, but some of the mites are very similar to spiders -in fact, "red spiders," common objects of...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LADY OF THE LIMBERLOST. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 6 February 1915

THE LADY OF THE LIMBERLOST: Readtrs of "The Girl of the Limberlbitf" "The Harvester." "The Song of the Caidinrsl,"' etc., which have had wide"circulation fn 'Attistralia, will'he interested in a brief accountu6f the ;Iife: of the author, which' appears in'a recent "Cham bers' Journal." Mrs. Gene Stratton-Porter was ern on a farmo in Indiana, and her childish love "whotsout to birds and beautiful living& thirigs .in dtead of dolld. 'T don't; ltiink yoirwosli.lke to be shot because you were hungry and" ate some cherries," she said to her father one day when the had found a dead woodpecker. Her father txplained that woodpeckers ate a great deal of frflit, but late: he made her heir to all the birds or the farm. "He yavc me for my very own," 'he said, "all the birds, with their flashing color, their th.illing song, their beautiful eggs, their queer little babies." She has lived her life among the creatures of the wild, so that it is small wonder that she should put them in her b...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AVIONS ALLEMANDS [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 6 February 1915

AVIILS ALLM "GERMAN AIRCRAFT"-FIRE AT THESE MACHINES." -, This is a reproduction of- a card issued to every French soldier to enable him to differen tiate between the machines of the enemy and those of the Allies. It is one of a series of fine " illustrations to "Aircri-ft in V/ar," a review of which appears on page 15. Miss Gilleland, who returned to her Welsh home last month after acting for some time as." governess in the family of Bernhardi, says that "in Germany they do not~take all he says as Gospel." On this point the German ipeople and.: the British people are at' one. A pauper inmate of Lambeth .Workhouse;' having obtained leave to go out to seek work, failed to return. The authorities received from him later an intimation that he had enlisted in the Royal Field Artillery. Belgian peasant girls were obliged to obey the . orders of Prussian officers to dance. with Ger man soldiers as partners to the music of a military band in a half-ruined farmhouse, on the occasion of a re...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Correspondent's Description of Northern France [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 6 February 1915

Correspondent's Description of Northern France At the special invitation of the French Government, George C. Curnock, special corres pondent of the London "Daily Mail,' paid a visit last month to a portion of the firing-line in the North of France. His vivid despatch, describing what he saw at Ypres and along the trenches, makes a thrilling story. I have seen an "abomination of desolation," the place that was Ypres. We ran into it as night was falling, down a long, silent road lined with tall trees. As we neared the place a single shell burst above it like a brilliant fire work against the grey sky. SThe car in which I travelled with two French officers slipped silently over the paved streets and into the centre of the town. No. sentry opposed our entrance. No person stood in the streets. It was a place of the dead. Every house in this stieet showed marks of the Hun. Roofs were shattered. Walls showed the splattering of shrapnel. Windows were empty of glass. The car stopped ahebrupt...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ONLY HARD WORKERS WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 6 February 1915

ONLY HARD WORKERS WANTED. The Russian military organisation is splen did. There is an iron grip over -it all that will not tolerate even nurses who are not prepares tso face the roughest tide of things. Rtcently a batch of sixty nurses arrived at the frtnt from Petrograd. They were inspected by the Grand Duke Nicholas, who asked, "Which of yotr wish to nurse the officers ?" Some 30 women stepped forward. The next day they were sent. back to Petrograd as unsuitable, only those who had the care of the men at heart being retained. Dr: Bickersteth, the vicar of Leeds. in th. course of a eulogium of the soldier's life said that a true soldier's characteristic work was duoe in the hour of his country's greatest need. "Such an hoar," he said, "has now struck. The soldier's calli'ig, rightlyunderstood, enables hinta to work and to suffer in order to vindira'' eternal'principles. To that end men must lea-n bydrill and discipline how to act toge:lIer, to.-. trust each other, and to win at las...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tons, Guns and Speed, Dominant Factors in Naval Warfare [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 6 February 1915

Tons, Guns and Speed, Dominant Factors in Naval Warfare The guns have again won out for us. In the fight in which the Blucher was sunk the other day by Admiral Beattie's squadron, the guns were distributed as follows : BRITISiL GEIRM.ANS. !4-13.5in. f--12in. "195--lh. 20--11in. 12-6in. 12-f.2in. 64-5.9in. t2 - Three of the British battle cruisers-Tiger, Lion, and Princess Royal-carried eight 13.5in guns, the other ewo carried eight 12in guns each. There was no small gun in the British fleet to compare with the German 5.9in, except the 12 6in weapons mounted on the new battle cruiser Tiger, but yet the weight of metal told when the British opened fire, because our com hined broadside amounted to 44.2001b, as against the Germans 27,8361b. The only ship of theirs to carry 12in guns was the great Derilinger, which has just been commissioned. The other hattIe-cruisers, Seydlitz and Moltke, mounted Olin guns, the best in the Blucher being m8.5in, As the British 13.5in gun carries a shell ...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x