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FINDING CHANNELS THROUGH MINE FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 27 February 1915

FINDING CHANNELS THROUGH INE? FIELDS. If British submarines have got into the Bal tic, it is easily explained. They have followed the samne course as that adopted by our sub marines, which entered Heligoland Bight in spite of the mine fields. The illustration here :itth fully explains the matter. Here we see noe German waters, thickly mined along areas A A, but there is just one little channel free of mines. namely along arrow C. This, of ccurse, is the path left open fos use by the .en.my's- craft, and its precise position at the oatset was only known to the Germans them solves. But the British submarine, playing the A submarine (i) e·ntering an enemy port by following enemy cruisers through the fixed channel in the mine-field (AA). part of scout, can discover the secret, as shown in the sketch. Showing only. its periscope above scrter the submarine, 1B, would. follow the .enemy's ~couting vessels,.D, in sketch, noting ctrelully the course they take, and having thus i.a7steidd the ...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROTECTION FROM UNDER-WATER CRAFT. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 27 February 1915

PTCTIONi FROM UNDER-WATER CRAFT. iFri the expqriecnh we have had wilh the loss of:tie armored cruisers Aboukir, Hpgue; and Cressy; anid more recently the battleship Formidable, it is evident that if big ships are to keep the sea with any degree of safety, they should be protected from the possibility of total loss in the event of being struck by a mine ý.r torpedoed. The Formidable disaster has created a great deal of discussion in England as to how this can best be done, and the "tr lustrated London News" has reproduced por tion of a Iccture delivered by Sir John Biles. the great naval architect, in July, 1914, when he dealt with this very problem.. In reply to the question, "What defence can a surface ship have against the submarine's .torpedo ?" Sir A type of battleship with armored bttoms, proposed as likely to be successful in resist ing torpedo damage. They are smaller, carry fewer guns, and have less speed than the tatest ships. Tohn said : "There can be only two forms of def...

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 — 27 February 1915

MISCELLANEOUS CHARIACTER BY HANDWRITING (to "B.M.," Syd-. ney): To ctan communicate with "Its," c/o "Sunday Timea." IM?tA POLIS (to "Polish," Newtown): To make ometal polish mix well to-pentine 1 part, emery flour 1 part, Paris red 2 part, vaoeline 2 port. SOUNDING TIlE "'" (to "Ttflctbead," City) : In "heir," ""honest," "honor" and "hour' the "h" is inariabhty ilent. In "hmoor" it was formerly sileot, hut is now generally oronounoed. NAVAL TRALNING (to "Water," Portland): Apply to either the Tingira Training Ship, Double Bay, or to the District Naval O:icer, Naval Depot, Beach-road, Edgeeliffe, if you wlt your son to get a naval train ing. RED CROSS NURSE ("'T.M..," Blayney): Write to tr. Boles R. Ralnsford. Secretary St John's .onbulonce Association, 21 Equitable Buildings, 30 George-street, Sydney. This society teacheo ambhulane work a oeededl to become a lied Cross nurse. MSITARY BRIDGE (to "Laurels," Darlinghuooet) : Apply re your invention of a new military bridge to the Secre...

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 — 27 February 1915

IN BRIEF. REFEREE British subject. CREATER SYDNEY: N?t yet. BANK : It probably is iolenL WIDOW: You can do s you sup0i^ot. ANONYMOUS :. tSee above, in answer to "Alex." LIME (tamboy: See a soiciltor at onc, or thoe delay nay pmrove ftal to your elai:n. PRESIDENT : The po* rs would ordinarily be settled by the union's rule~ n.P. (Tullamore) : (1) You can copyright it n0ce it is printed. (2) Melbourne. II.C.S. : It is limited; thet is no time applicable to every case. and you h?ve not stated yoour particularly. SUDSORIBER: (I) O:lIle order thlt ag, no. As ordi 0ar0ly no; but he would be wise toleave. LEGAL: This mucd is certain, that the amoount re ferred to were wrongly charged. A.G. (Concord) : Do Iot know of any such action. Stee the Mayor or the Town Clerk. FOREST LODGE: (1) It is 0ot too late. (2) This de. ponds entirely. on the pro:i-iono of the 'ill. X.Y.Z. : If what you say is correct. you c0n take action. See a solicitdr without delay. A.B.C.: There is only one thing to do) t...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LEGAL [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 27 February 1915

LEGAL ALES: Your particular enquoy will be touno answered to the tolltoing general statement, which is intended to include aottetr enquiry. The otte eith regard to the eeHiog of tootraets is that tt is unlottul to eoter into contracts with on alien enemy (this apart fro p poetteousr proeoomotioor), and it to also unliawtoul to ome?roe goods in an enemy's country without licence hot the Crown attee the outbreak of hosttiities. But with regard to contraets made before, and in exiotenoe at the commencement of war, these are tuspended, not annulled, and can be enlforced ordinarily upon the conclusion of pece. This is subject to the Statute of limitatioro, and also to eottoain exceptions, which ae as follow : Firstly, contraets whicth would be an alt or advantage to the eoemy; secondly, contraets coarrying out of which would eor.titute dealing wi:th the enemy .hich is prohibited; and, thiolly, contracts of a nature incapable o bheing merely sutpended. Of the last elas of contract. the ch...

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 IRRITANT EYELIDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 27 February 1915

Questions of All Descriptions Answered MEDICAL IRRITANT EYELIDS. ",oIor" (Bathurst) complains of sareness and iaits bilits of the eyelids A. : This condition is quite common is aDl sazs ad the conmunity, and with the increase in mer tmzle the trouble is iot likely to be minimised In s?r se? the cool air currents. striking on the fameae ads c acontraction a' the bloodvaesc theres and a crrpi pendaing dilation in the superficial blotda ele Of the eonjunctiva, or lining membrtane of the eyelids. ft alaos with which the air is surcharged, gtting iota the eyes, wouldl assist in the general iflatcattirs. Protection. as far as possible, is ne?ssaSry, as thtretos the precautionary aesture of wearing g-0ite at sas 'fuggests itself. Frtquent bathing with rams btssz" solution is of much value, but when the eys vie ? - r. with a feeling of grittinss, the followiag thiia :es be ised withl equal quanttiies of warm s ate : Baie Acid 35 grains, iulphate of zinc 3 graln% asFtiis of Adrenaline 10 min...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALWAYS THE ALLIES OF THE BRITISH [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 27 February 1915

ALWAYS THE ALLIES OF THE BRITIS H Portuguese Cavalry exercising over difficult ground in East Africa.

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOW THE FUND STANDS [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 27 February 1915

.HOW THE FUND STANDS s. d. "The Sunday Times," "The Referee," .and "The Globe" Proprietors .. .. 20,000 0 Already acknowledged.. .. .. 10,182 9 Tweed Socialist ....... .. .. 2 0 P.A.R. ... .. .. 5. 0 Daisy Doolan .. ... 1 0 A Laborer,. Manly .......... .. 5 0 Thelma Whitty ........ .. .... 2 6 A. J. Chisholm ............. 21 0 "Mona Vale" .. .... .. 1 0 N. and R. B., Summer Hill (weekly cont) .... .... .. .... .. 2 0 A. Lawson-. ........... 2 0 B.T.J., Flyer's Creek;....... 2 o Mrs. Cary, Sutherland (weekly cont.) 1 0 Loose in War Fund Box (no name). - 0 "Bobbie Whisker" ...... .... 1 0 Esme Argent ...... ... ...... 1 0 "Worthing," Sussex .. .... 3 From a few of the Emiloyees of Messrs. Hordern Bros.' Country Or der Dept (per A. Wilson) .. .. 14 0 R. L. L. C. Share .. ...... .... 15 0 Frank Howes, King-street (weekly cont) ................... .. '10 . Richard Bales, Marrickville (weekly cont)-..).. ............. 2 6 Prom Australian Gaslight Co.'s Em ployees (Garage, Woolloomooloo, p...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Risks Under the Red Cross: "Only a Mark for Snipers" [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 27 February 1915

Risks Under the Red Cross: "Only a Mark for Snipers" How thrilling and perilaus are the adven tures at the front of the Royal Army MedicalI Corps-Jocularly called by "Tommy" "the body snatchers"-is shown by the following letter from an officer which was received by the vicar of Bulford (Eng.) last month : I have had many providential. escapes. I was in the chateau mentioned in Field-Mar shal French's second despatch when it was hit. I was sent flying by the concussive force of the shell, and a gunner was kiocked out-poor chap. .He protected me, and got two nasty. wounds in his side from .splinters. I was rather dazed for a bit, but as there were wounded to attend to I was'able tL. pull myself together.y' The headache for'ddys after wards was-veiyctrying. My .brotherh.?ad . a. truly miraculous..escape at the sal?e.itimein the same ,plae., .e wasei yhe third ,offcpr..to. go. oat of a. .door.i lust as, ,they, ..?¢?we 'almost, out.. a hiigh ", fxtie :sbel? burt: ~.?ut eight yards .f£rqn...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OTHER CASES OF DISTRESS [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 27 February 1915

OTHER CASES OF DISTRESS For the relief of cases not coveied by any of the War Funds, including our own, we have received the following amounts. The response to the special appeals made last week has been very gratifying. £ s' d Amount previously acknowledged 31 6 6 A. Lilliecrap .............. 2 0. 0 Nina and Percy ..... 0 50 Little Molly ............... .. 0" 2 6 D.M. ...... 0 0 Total .......... .. 33 18 0

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
How Germany Intends to Conquer England [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 27 February 1915

How Germany Intends to Conquer England "The German has been taught for years that England was jealous of Teu. ton commercial power. . . . There al ways has been a sort of latent loathing for the British. . . There is one great stroke in which the German Army will be supported to a man, re gardless of the outcome, and that is a bee-line march to the English coast; and that is precisely what the German General Staff now proposes to do." Chas. Newton Wheeler. Germany means to invade England-a plan that will be supported by a universal public opinion in the Fatherland without regard to the hazard, the ultimate result, or the slaghter of human beings, which will reach a bewilder ing total. The supreme battle of the onflict (writes Chas. Newton Wheeler in the "Daily Mail") is to be fought somewhere within the triangle described by Ostend, Calais, with Lille as the apex. The general plan is no longer hidden. To understand this one must know by personal experience the terrible hatred that h...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMANY OVER ALL [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 27 February 1915

GERMANY OVER ALL. HIS NIBS: "HERE, WILLIAM, TAKE THE EMBLEM OF OFFICE. I RESIGN IN YOUR FAVOR."

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GETTING A LITTLE OF THEIR OWN BACK. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 27 February 1915

GETTING A LITTLE OF THEIR OWN BACK. A Belgium Armored Motor Car deals death among the Uhlans.

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BELGIAN REFUGEES. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 27 February 1915

BELGIAN REFUGEES. A statement made available by the Premiet based upon the first report of the Imperid Committee inquiring into the problem of Bet gian refugees, states that about 11,000 refi gees have so far come to England, and thai arrangements were being made last month to bring over a further proportion of the 500S000 who have fled to Holland. A census shows that about 30,000 of the refugees are adult mee eligible for employment, and that about 15,000 will be absorbed in various industrial emplo?, ments without ousting British labor.

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Germans Form a Company to Stave Off Hunger [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 27 February 1915

Germans Form a Company to Stave Offi Hunger We have to defend ourselves against Sa world in arms. Hitherto we have done so in a way that has almost caused our enemies to abuse one an other because the common foe is neither tired nor crumbling, and be cause the three great hopes-the Eng. Ally Hunger-have been disappoint ments.-"The Cologne Gazette." To mitigate the serious conditions prevail ing in the Fatherland in the direction of a food shortage, and avert still worse to come, the German Government recently decided to form a limited liability corporation called "The War-Bread Company," which is to exercise a practical monopoly in breadstuffs of all kinds for the duration of the war. This is the official prospectus of "The War Bread Company, Limited": "There can be no doubt that the grain supply at the disposal of our people this year (1914) is considerably smaller than in normal peace times. Although it would be wrong to say that imports have altogether ceased, they can not be rel...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Harvest of War Among the Ruling Classes in Germany [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 27 February 1915

Harvest of War Among the Ruling Classes in Germany War is wiping out Germany's aristocracy. The corps and regiments of which the father land is proudest; the corps which in Frederick's time made feudal Prussia, and which make feudal Prussia to-day, are being swept into the abyss. The tragedy is outwardly most visible at Berlin, where the "Herr Leutnant" is the traditional hero of the sentimental, pig-tailed "Backfisch." A Bavarian journalist, Lachmann, himself a reserve officer, writes "so terrifically has our military aristocracy dwindled that after the war we shall have a new democratically officered army like that of France."* "Two years hence," writes Major Lehmann, "the army will be commanded by promoted non corns. These men will excel, because they will have had practice in fighting, which will re place theoretical training. But the aristocrat with leadership in his blood will have disap peared." FAMOUS NAMES ON LIST. Every aristocra tc name is in the list of killed and wounde...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fatherland Warned by One of Her Own Merchants [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 27 February 1915

Fatherland Warned by One of Her Own Merchants "I am persuaded that a long war, with a blockade of the coast, would mean. that one-third of Germany's In dustrial workers would be without - bread. Even if agriculture could tem porarily employ a great number of the town workers, and various branches of industry were busier than normal on war materials, still there would re main about a million workers without a stroke to do."--Herr E. Possehl, a Ger. man merchant, in 1913. That Germany would be brought to her knees by British sea power in time of war was the far-sighted prophecy to which the Berlin Chamin bcr of Commerce was treated two years ago, it an astonishingly frank address by Herr E. Pos oehl, a leading merchant of Lubeck. The explanation of the frankness was, per haps, that he had warned the president of the Chamber, General Keim, that "on no ac count" must his address be published in the newspapers, as it would expose some of Ger many's weaknesses. His address is.worth readin...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIGHTING IN THE SNOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 27 February 1915

FIGHTING IN THE SNOW. A German trench in Poland. -Copyright Photo. International Neow Service.

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Thousand Murders to Hun's Credit in Belgian-Luxembourg [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 27 February 1915

A ThousaindMdetlrs tho JH-s9 C Iredit in Beligic-Lnuxembourg Sceptics there are, and always have been., in'every phase of thought and action. Prob ably everybody was a sceptic when the first news of German "frightfulness" in Belgium be gais to filter through the cables in the early days of the war. The thing seemed so incredible --so impossible-that the "most cultured" na tion of the 20th century should suddenly plunge the world back into the barbarous days of At lila and Timor and the other great savage conquerors I And most of us waited-in the hope that there might be some misunderstand irg, some explanation, of what surely must have been mere isolated examples of depravity arricmgst an otherwise brave and generous foe. 'I he majority of us, alas I can no longer hold -. ti view. German "frightfulness" has leen proved right up to the hilt-not only the indi . ~d:al examples of it by the thousand, but also the fact, utterly condemnatory as it is of all our fuild ante-war conceptions ...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Destitution and Poverty Call for Your Help and Ours [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 27 February 1915

Destitution and- Poverty Call for Your Help and Ours The "Sunday Times" Shilling War Fund is for the relief of cases of distress in families which have lost the aid of their breadwinner, absent on active ser vice. Those who have knowledge of cases in need of assistance should address their communications direct to the Editor, "Sunday Times," 136 Castlereagh-street, Sydney, or to Mr. A. W. Green, at the State Children's Relief Department,. Rich mond Terrace, The Domain, Sydney. All communications will be treated with the utmost confidence, and every care will be taken to avoid undue pub "licity as to the affairs of those in receipt of relief. Last week we spoke in general terms of the * great amount of misery and suffering that even at ordinary times prevails in our'midst Even in this delightful Australia of ours-the newest, the freest, and inmost other respects the best country on the face of the earth to live in, especially for working people, whether they work with hands or brains...

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