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EAST PRUSSIA DISPUTE. GERMAN AND POLISH GRIEVANCES. AMSTERDAM, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919
JEAW^PRUssiA^seij^- ) .?'?.-aEBMAJrf-i' ;\ASp;v,\W-Ufl4tv '.;?'?-. .t- : ' -:^;QBreV*NqEB,;;^vs:^;:i:V .'.-?'?.'.;/Miita;riV'-:.'j'-ir.-*-V''-.:' .-: ''? :? '.'? AMSt'eB'DAM: *riaay. . ; '''. A ! BritiEli'Kotd%aV^iibsivd;tiie-.Cter. iaan -^v.ernuujit^f#3&a^S^»'5frovD. ' citiou1 oi. -r-iae-iiftolcif 4n;JSaM; ^SnfMi'i.. W-jst i Biusslaf, J?o$t!a- -ahdl^aoeiiii; ;. It ; '^iB''^oli^'i^nt;::t^lP-W?P'ip.qP|fiM?c'' cpuld ?: «ot; iel^^^^uWSi*^11 - 'i«ei-5w:«^n;Sao'^-ty#ig6i'«r?,li-8*'iSt8' Vliu;^bto^i|iopidat-opB.n^5^«oy^au- G^vermqut 'j'^iiefe^eela^^.^* Lo'u'ti:;.-;.cv.orj^luS-ij.p'sM!J^wSltoWrt'. . ibi'i^'i. i;* Vi*nirV-Wii'-^ iliiri ?sflhnKaiie.T ,'.-??! ? ^E-JEprrmg:^sp-c;isl^i^|^^^c^;- -:' ;i ^adc^ni^ei^a^-iili6\4^^^1?:iii^ ^ .-.=,;, ^^mf^jr^ip^^y^T^i^jp,^ ? ',' '. ?; -^ '^WW:$^&i^0^^^r^!^6''- :i:i ^^i^|^||^^i|iit|;:'v|
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919
rpau Cost oi Three Linei in Thii ? Paper is 1/; over 3 linef 6d. p»r line is charged. -. , WjrANTJGD, a.finiart Lad for gaplun.— ? ?? Apply B. Nixon, North Wagga. ? 'tJETANTJED, -Competent I)oWnstairs 'T~ Waitress; good wages'— Apply at once, li. J. Cooney, Hotel, Gawnain. TIT ANTED, an. .Under-Housemaid; \ya.ges Iff/ pur weekj-^Apply Ma - troll, Wagga District Hospital. Vff ANTED, Gooil Waitress, 20/; also *'* «ood :Laiui4res6 Ay llie day —Ex- change HolcJ, \Va£ga. XyAJiTlipy a Help; lio nookiu^; jooJ wages; girl, or ?\vunian.-=-Apply 21*5 Woolley, liorgan-Etiiet, AYagga. WANTED, a Smart Waitress; al-o a. ?? * XattJiih'csfa.— Apply Uuiuu Club Hotel,' 'Wagga. WANTED,_, Experienced. Waitress, 1 . ? good wages, vasy hours, no bund ij work.-^rGoorge Tea itoojns. WANTED, Bricklayer to repau and doma uiidu ground tank and briil sheep dip —Apply G Kingston, J rcucb Park. IVANTLD to Bm, ^jard 'ft lied Stoop — Slate i(in.c iud w licit in kpcet, to 'Contraitoi,' taio tliifc oiliu VtTANTlJ} K...
MISSION TO PARIS. ALLIES INTERVENTION SOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919
- *HSSIOW'TOJ»ARIS. 1 . ?? ALLIES' XNTER^NTJON ? .:'?'.'; : '?: SOCGHTi; J'--; ?: .;/ ? M, Sttirve, . a '.fori.ricr 'ie'ader of the Jiu&sjan Ca4*t 3party,-\vhp;ha&:gone' to Paris to protect -thip.intei;ests -of . ''the-, anti-B61shenk'^eader's,:siatie6 the: soutiierai' ariny,-pf which Hue ; central council incjud(:s-?,d^legates;from all .jiajrtjifl?;'. 'rep;r^enlS;'j; . &. ' . consillera We ; .military fae,tpr/Ji^er'p_encral .'peiijkin ; apd; \y;ork' g'in^c^'ril^f ie,3jajrniony. with ? Adiiiiral KoTtch'Sk'S' ;6rgau5satii)n' '? in': ihe Vcast'; ? ; ' pie '..'latter e is rdevelppuig ? ra'pidly. '?? . ' %i \ 'eon.trbls ;i$om- Troops, '. piifl ^v^npnaVcjbJEt^U^repJiihiicaJSE. /arc:. ^ilj^ng»fOftn7d:Jit«:yrogra»Ume. for :thej ^storat|!6i-i4itvo^lcr;S:i:^'.i*.--; ^.;.. ?;. ',.' ^^??s»':»ht^;t^.in*':t%p^rtit^flns».E 'i^\l^^^St^p'ti(if0ptiwp/;.'Rniukni: ^&cigh'^i4H5ter;;i;applauds^^ ^jS^e^ik'.^^r^3(pfi;;';-MaiSn^'i.;,ca»id5 #5itike\iV.&%^ ?^^.iAilieiV...
INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC. OUTBREAK IN VICTORIA. VARYING OPINIONS. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919
!w'i'f.i^-'^^J^^'v-7*I^i^/^if'-^'-ift«'^*C*1,J:ii''SWfi^Jr''':*!^'i: -1 - . ' ;3lN®ji?||^l|a)ii!c.-;L ::; ' ? ' b^^E^^^dldSlA;:',' .' ; , ..-:.-' 1M3£DBpUfi^'E,-I'rid-y. The Federal Direetor.'.bt Xjufrantmc expreased the »piuiont)iiii^uiorjiiiig that there -yvas no j lupn-, reason -So'i ..alarra over- tiie inilubiiza,' .'opideniie: in Mel bourne Aliau .(heiCiJiUd liithortD 'lieeh. There was 110 furtUc'r ' Indication: that thoro would lio -a wMMpread spidtroit, but all events, 'weito -being- :.cat4tally ?VTatttBd'' ?''mOilW^.Friaav.: jberc is a strong' fueling : lti ^Cw South Wales .official circles -that, whe ther or not the outbreak. in Melbourne is Spauislrinlhieiua, that State should have- been jeolatcd, at any rate tem porarily/upon tbe fact? already avail able. Mr. Fitzgerald, ' Minster for Health, says that thu doubt is sufficient. Wo uliould not wait tor tue. certainty which would be followed vby;.,a- high death-rate. Tlicre .ie'^uo doubt that people are dying in Victoria fro...
PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES. 59 CASES IN ALL. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919
PRECAUTIONARY ME/^URES. 59 CASES IN ALL..;;, MELBOURNE, FriSay. ?Uc. Robertson, chairman . of the Victorian board of Health, saia there was reason, to hope the putbr,eak was an- iucrcasedly virulent form of locail influenM. So far there, was no evi dence it was caused by a ,'forcigii ^ EVri«- . , '?-,???, ' Tiie citizen force camps have. been - postponed in Melbourne. The Military Base Hospital on St. Kilda-road has been handed over 10 the Public Health officials for treat ment of cases of influenfca. . The Commonwealth authorities arc taking all possible precautions to check an outbreak. Inoculation depots are being opened. #. . Up., to 3 o'clock th's afternoon, 13 fresh cases had: been admitted, making a tola! of 59 iii jill. . , The 'clerical staff of the Victorian railways has been Inoculated. Only one suspicions case amocg 19,000 has been reported. ?.'.''
PATROLS ON THE BORDER. HOSPITAL ARRANGEMENTS AT ALBURY. MELBOURNE REMAINS CALM. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919
PATROLS ON THE BORDER. HOSPITAL ARRANGEMENTS AT ALBURY. MELBOURNE REMAINS CALM. SIDNEY, Friday. As a result of a conference be-tween the Acting Premier, Mi'. Fuller, the Minister for Health, 'Mr. Fitzgerald, and the Director-General of Public Health, Dr. Palun, to-day, it was de cided that medical patrols be tslab li-licd' at Albury ami Tocuinwal.' rhc Minister for Health slated subse quently that the patrols would exam ine all passengers arriving from Vic toria. If any had a temperature or showed signs of sitknees .tiiey wouiq be removed from the train and sent to special wards iu the. nearest hos pital. :Airtangemeut is- being made to pro v&c' additional staff at- the Govern ment's «&pensc. The 'Government is already iu : communication -witn the nlaiagcment'-df flit A«juf^=«H9Spha! on the^subjegt!-..'. ...1 '-. ' ' , TJicahjatrolsrsaid Mr. FiUgejald, .\\«Sr%3»lar'- to those operating on the Victorian side at the time of tlie smali-p.ox outbreak in New Soutn Wales '...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919
TlffiBiniJQl 'MbkbAY ' INIGHT; *8;30, ?V1M\Db)fAL'ti'.'S.-cpr*EETAL4fcE, to ^orm Swiniafiig '^?ao and;plk.ce;be fore' tho Lagoon i(Sominitteor¥iiggesHen6 for improving' facilities 'o'tt the Bcich. s T.' ^HANSOK ?'-)?-. -?? -? ' -'?'- B. iJI'DONACD. ) '.Co'nveaors., . MM3 StUA^TFENMTOOOB;, pUPIii Marstiail-Halr ConseKatbrium, *? BESCJVHSS '? TXJITIOS M0NVA.Y, FEBBtJABYf 10.. -iA-few ?.vacaftcie.s- for jiew -pupilB. ? Terms ? op -;op.plicatLt)n'! at 'YASMAB,' . - JOHNSTO^-STBEETj WAqGA, from 3 -to .i'.p'jn.' Saturday, February- 8 i..- _-?', . '. , . ,_ ' ' ' strJTxmxnsi*. '?niAfiTP.n'^' ??' : rpHJG i Mitchell .library.: is- desirous,-. of ?- ^lurchaBiiigi f or . ibe. State -Archives original diaries p£ Australian 6oldierB taking part .in thft Great War, .. Good prices yii\V foe -i-aid for good, mat'ejiat Address: JIitch,cll ' Library, Macquario street, Sydney-. Fur the Trustees, W. H. Ifould; Principal ;LHirarian -and See.' LAND iWAHTED. ~~~ WANTED, LAND Atf. Farm on the Tbiru Share S...
CAREERS AFTER WAR. NEW ZEALAND'S CARE FOR HER SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919
ia|^^N^M:; : ;NEW^EAtAllb'S 'CARE FOR ' i- /;??;? 'viHER.SpLDIERS. ,..?;?:.?? ' What will they ,di-?' , Foe four years they havd' Imbibed and practised' Uiose 'principles of activity,' uniiv ? coiidiict (peculiar tq tlis Arniy^iider; service conditions, principles which arc (o^ .the most part. 11011 -'essential to the *nprc coiiycntiblial civil life. For ,ft)ur years they have jeopardised their careers as . successful ^citizens, .. a*' masters of trsdcp, practitioners, a«' ?able followers- 0/ iso:ne caling or other. Laying aside liieir siudic-r, students have responded lo the mcist pressing needs of the iinics. and ap IJrcntices and improvers have answer ed the 'slogan., : This willing sacrifice by Jndividiinls, great and.sina!), of personal 'comfort, and material gairt . in Hie' iiucrc-siS of impersonal national iije.tls— a sacrifice Mhich. w-ill redound lor aye tn lao glory of the British Empire — is not ahead. J^ike other phases of cnligiit ened moral and spiritual expansion, it ...
PROFIT IN POTATOES. BIG YIELDS AND HIGH PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919
|l^^lppp6TAl6||^ :;-:r.'*- ?''?'? «????? -'?.???.? ??.?.???.~r^-'1 vV';'-'''-:v. .''PRl'CES.' . .-?.-? '^'V ; ..-' ' The potato is a profitable cropthi^ year — for those who havciccn'-able to produce anything like fair ? j-ields. TliM it .is possible to even'.ijpjitain ?heavy crops in a dry year, su'cli'. &J experienced this season, Is exeinpiifie'd in the returns from the farmers' ,;,ex;.: ^criment plots, under the supervision of the Department of Agrfculturc, oil the farm oi Mr, J. \Y. Smith,, a. Wauchope. The supervising inspec tor .(Mr. Pitt) refers to these results ''as^ highly savisfaciory . and a fair indication of what can be done-. liy good cultural methods — doing the right 'thing at the right time 'all' the lime.'' Tiie potatoes were plained on Aug ust 15 in worked fallowed land that h^d grow-n a crop of pumpkins last year. Only bio points ot rain fell over the growing period, and out of that there -was, besides a useful fal' in Sentemher. onlv Vwd otlwrs — m Octo...
POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. WAGGA AND DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919
^^W^jflpW -??'. ^AJ^Am^ir^Bi^^ ,: following atoithe,iiouif6.iit .wjit«h:.tho various' mails closelit* Wji&ga' find 'far- rounding district I'oeI,. Offices. it Should1 be'^oainily .noted''|hai;^lie.lftfe. iea ?'box;.;Me^5S-ii8.;^itoffito;i:^f«r:aif piaees.ferHvhic/V^thei^oang.ttiur is 7 p.m. No.-lettbr$:vEiiouiii!.be .jplaoed in the latc'fic'hor ?esceptiiig: botween tho; hours of',?: a,nd'-t)'«ivch ioyctiig, slid then only! for '?tnowp?siBes;cnnmera tod in the 7.p.ra..ec--tipn.*;b'5low. ; 5: a.m.-^-SOTth-WpstTjaily,- Mofiftays es cepted, all .railway stations, Wagga to Cootamundra, Juncc, Nftrandera, Lccton, and. Toenni . wal:._ ..'?'.??? i Hnihvay 'stations hot ween Ijeeton a'ad' ?Hay,- Tuesdays, Thursdiay*, 7 a.m.T-rMail coach services .to Tarcutta, 'BTolbrook, Littlo .Billaboap; nnd Tirana iioad, ' 8.30 a.m.— Railway stations via Albury and Melbourne, .dally, per the Aibury mail train. 9.45. aim. — Tunib'arumba, Karandera Iload, Ouria/ -Boad;.'. Brucodale, . Clonegonnoll (...
COMING SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919
] ^dj|iiftia';;i§ifl||^;,; Gosford— jariuary-;24and-)js..- . ?! . Kiami,' Jahuary-^,^ ;?naja7. ' ' ' Dapto-^Jjnuayy 31, February I, ; . Berry— February, sanflfi.'i' -,: ?.'?'?'?': EonsbalartMaVchi^andj^ ;-.. _ ';- ' . Nowra^Fisbruary', 13 and is); ,;! '.r;: ^. PcnrifJi— jTebruary l.4-aa,d':ijs,. ' i-,- Gastle Hill— ^ejjrUar^.Ji'.audLisi.'o-' G«y)«-riFi^niar^.;i8/aha--9.s^;V;i^j;''' Taree^-^^rjiary/ig^and ?so/- -:--}. -;;J; MiltoS'^Hetif.uairy./ipian.d 2p;: , s' . .; Cp.h'^' jjaf t)or^li'ebiruary ;i9 Jind ;'sp;; \Vollp^)s|Sp:g^Fel)riisTy -'so, 21/ '32. . Yite^tfebTifory'.dfaM s6.- ?-?'' ?''/'? : Gunwjjg--4jF.ebriary'i6 and 27. '-i, ;y;, Ura1ia~Ii^bri}ary. 'as; 26;and 37. ? ?'?, .Inverell^^ietirii^ry/^S, ?6,and 57. liorii^o^lEfijriijar^i^Jiitid ?7, , ?. liobiptt5.on^EebVnaTyji?(S and 27, * -,- New$a'iU|^e}iruary'^'«7.':M4:s&:' ' .Bat^stT^^i^SJapd.fi. ???.'?:*:'; . Ten^fifj(l^}$airc!i^ii;:^.;?'' '. ;?' ;^.-.^ ? 1ie&iffiiififcl*i-hn$yti.:^ ': '? ?: r&'-^i ? B|ngi...
ERADICATION OF RABBITS. COMMONWEALTH CONTROL NOT FAVORED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919
PAIJICATHJN OF KRAflBIB; COlirrtONV/EAtTH CONTROL U6t Favored: State , Ministers and- officials directly .concerned in the destruction of .rabbits do. not favor the suggestion that .the work of suppressing the pest stiould.be made, one for 1'ederal control. It. is urged'that several fac tors have operated against the pest being kept in dlieck. during the past two or three years! But . vigorous action is promised now. With an adequate supply of poisons, and re duction tri the'.' cost- of netting, it :s hoped tq carry out an extensive cam-, paigii in the future. . '?? .?'?? The Victorian . Minister for Lauds jiow regards1 his.scheme for coordin ating the- destruction of . noxious weeds and thisttes, and bringing the work under 'State, control, as having been ''turned dow.n' by the munici palities. . Mr. Clarke stated that as a result. ori»/ appeal to the inunicipal councils,! 63 J.iai- declared against the proposal^ 23 for.it, while 12 had re served judgment.',. It had been neces sary...
RIGGING AN AEROPLANE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919
RIGGING AN AEROPLANE. (liy J. H, Thorpe.) Tlic rigging of an aeroplane is a matter of the most precise adjustment' :n:d . accurate measurements Cy 'rigRing' is meant the attachment of life pl;inc.s with their coniiectiiig and supporting struts, wires, and con trols, to the fuselage or body of the machine. Unless ihe machine is co'r rectlj- rigged it will not balance, and consequently will not fiy truly. Some of the faults resulting from hail rigging may help to explain thu importance of accuracy in this re spect. hi some cases, for instance, a machine docs not fly straight, but tends to veer to one side or the other. This is due to one of the following causes: The planes arc not 'set at right angles to the fuselage, or are not equally fitted to1 meet the air at the same angle. Perhaps some part of the body of the machine is not :» perfect alignment with the central line , through the body. This true alignment, is essential, because the driving force of the aeroplane must act along t...
"WOMEN UNRELENTING." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919
'WOMEN UNRELtpNG^ : r^-- ?/?? /?^mrm?M .c ' . ' ? ? ^?iV'-K-4:f ?. - .. ?-?? ^n '. (By Olive Dcnt/in^ondon 'Daily' I ?'???' -'''V ?'''? ' ^^P^i^'-^.v ''?: 'Women Tjnrelenling,11-,, ran .tlic Iieadlinc crystallisinp'the women's, at- ritiide towards '. Mi'ie '??*?' arjhistice pro posils. '? ' ??'-'?' ? '-'?'.;?. .- ?'*'?.. '';i '.' ' ? -j ? Tiie night 'nurse let' her: newspaper ? faH. ; ? :.-? '^?r.VVn '^:.- '???'??? i:^ ! Relent! She-iglantedi rtttnd' her ? ward. ? It1 \vis 2: a.mi; 'and- oiily- a rffcw minutes /a^o-'hi'd ^he'ia&t-- -of '? ? -he-V patients -Mten-'aSleep..^ 'Kaehr 'b$L* had. a'gootfVart'; of; thie 'bedcTp.th'es turn ed^jictV: showing' a -bandaged :ieg ? '.'stumpV. f estmg ! on 'a'-; pillow, '. and evers' -tew minutes -the.: nigh it\ ' nurse stole- rbmid on' itiptoc.anA^a'sh'ed 'her torch 'on each stiimp'--o4see ii ?', -the dressing was ?'correct' and SJfat there v/as no hemorrhage if/oin tlie- poor limbs, ''? .-!??? ?? 'v^'1-'1;;-' ??'-. '-''.? Helehtl Her min...
LAND NOTICES. LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919
fP«i)':NOtffiESyfef| -,;-':.' LAND; SALES. .''.'?? '-/:vv ? At Lands Office, Tumtit, on Vfti-' '-?-'?' neSdayi February 5.— -Country lot of V % Sa.'i3h; asp., parish Adelong; upset .,;! priij'e per lot £12. . ;': /'AtXands 'Office, Parkes, on Wed- :. ?! nesday, l^ebruary 12.— Suburban lot of . 3r. 5P-, parish Currajong; upset price. £m.'\ .--. ' ? ' ?;/?,; AtXanas OfiJcp, Corowa, on TVeancs daj'i jPcbruary 12.— Town lot of lr. 35p,, par.iBh ;Xbouniwal, upset price £400. ax xianas - unicej uomuurn, on Wed nesday, Febvuary 12.— Country lot of V fla. Or. 34p., parish of 'Wologorong, up- ? set price per lot £3S, including value of improvements. . . ? At Lauds Office, oCrowa on 'Wednes day, February 12.— Town lot of ]r. 33p., parish Tocuniwal, upset price £400. At tauds Office, Cooma, on Wednes day, February ID. — Country lot of 3Sa., parish of BranBby, upset price £30; also country lot of 157a., parish of TSroillio, upset price £1 5/ per acre.
NORTH COAST INDUSTRY. £118,330 TO DAIRYMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919
NORTH COAST INDUStliyv £118,330 TO bAlRyME^.i.^ .; The North' Coast ? ?Co-Spcra.tivc* Company last 'month ?' inanufaciiir-cil 6,13 tons -of butter, and paid crC3OT: suppliers at the rait of ,'i/4J^| -.'Tiie bacon ', department -treated' 194V' -P'.Rs/' and advanced Bd.'pcr (b. ?on pork. Tl'.c total: pay was £118,330. The /return shows! an output oi more 'than'' ]oa toils over the previpus month, in the.: fn/--i flf t\tlft f\J fli/t -rtriAcrf mntiflic jSik the North Coast for years. UarmcrV in nearly every dairyiiiff'centri5''in llic Eichniond and Tweed districts . an; coinplaining of the scarcity o£ , ^riiss ?ah d water. The few showers ilint fyave fallciijiave liad' only it refreshing fclTeet.''6n. 'pastures, an* gav« no UsV 'jj .1 . ? ? ...» ' ? ? ? . ..:-!¥' . -Mpt1- 'i'',-'- WIS ??? ?
PRICE OF SEWING COTTON. COLOSSAL PROFITS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919
PRICE OF SEWING COTTON. ; COLOSSAL PROFITS. In a report issued last week by the Interstate Commission considerate n#tice is given to the coptrol of sup plies- of sewing cotton in Australia. Witnesses of experience, irt one .ca'sc dating froin 20 years ago, cslJresscd the fear that if they gave orders; for. cotton outside the Central Agency, which undertook distribution for the Coates combine, supplies from ''? that ' source would be withheld. ' Other ; British cotton and Japanese cotton; had thus been neglected, it was stated, while an Australian manufacturer; who has entered the husiifess 'by making up imported yarn stated, ih'at ! the retail shops would not take .the. risk of being boycotted by giving Iiiin' an order. ? : ^'',.:. ? The repreesntative of the Central Agency. said that he was not aware that any disability would' be placed 0:1 - wholesale houses if they bought other ?cottons.: that fear was groundless 1 -to-' day. ? The commission, however, 'ex pressed the opinion tha...
TANK THRILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 25 January 1919
^iW^Rltis^; 1 ,(Bj' a Tank Cpinmarider in J^ondoh ^ '! ''??'. ^''Pailyi. Mail.') ''' . '? The^ 'barrage, lifted and lengthened' like clbck-scoric. Cautiously the tank' ? nosed Its way;aroiind the edge of the ;TODod. ;.' Its oU-splashed sides showed : scars- of 'battle being dotted 'here and ither.c^iritb- .dull, grey splotches and bfighit'eashes of; steel, where the -vicious!: afmburrpiercinK. biiilets had bittcn-iii; .''.:']'?-' l-:-.''.: -.- ? : 'l^rotti 'aviiank^pbiiit': of view thp ? hatitte'^iaiijreaiAyd .si most dangerous -.etagc;.;. ttoiirs before, under a hellifh barrage,- the ^ront system had hecii ;~broken:ajid' the -enemy infantry dc .inQraUsed,;-4'' Now, the' deadly bat tery area, w'ith'its bogey of direct hits, was being pierced. ? The tank commander in Iih steel turret tried' Jlo think quickly. IPs crew were dog-tired and we::iy. Water and petrol were low. and ilic -radiator bemna was negmnmg an ominous chuckle and gurgle. Should lie swing round and, return to th» raJl...