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THE RECOIL OF THE MAILED FIST [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914

Had he imad I Iu iu -Bu ranged a Iinfnfy si~-: hot hi dead, because 'Byzsoai e old acide t inn,. -Ad%6 s n gt face, Because' he' was ufy foee .W i-,shl hav.e sat us down -to wet - I st at him ?as atme .. You see; m foe of cou.re he was -: - S.Righti..aiys pipperki e A.d killed hm??i-m nhis place. That's clear enough;: although. - : He thought he'd 'list, perhaps, Yes; quaint and curious war is! SOff-hand like-ju~st as I-- Y~ou shoot a fellow down Wisout of wo-rk lad sold his traps- You'd treat if met where any bar is, No other reason why. Or help to half-a-crown.

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HELP FOR THOSE IN DISTRESS [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914

FOR THOSE IN DIST~RESS STEPS HAVE BEEN ALREADY TAKEN TO MAKE IMMEDIATE USE OF THE " SUN DAY iM'Es, SIu.,NG WAR FUND IN STHE RE4UF OF -SUCCH' CASES OF DOIS TRESS IN FAMILIES WHICH HAVE LOST THE AID OF THEIR BREADWINNER. ABSENT ON: ACTIVE SERVICE. AS ARE BROUGHT BEFORE OUR NOTICE. AND ARE PROVED-BY INVES TIGATION TO BE WORTHY OFAID. ARRANGEMENTSHAVE BEEN MADE WITH. : MR. A. W. GREEN. OF'THE STATE CHIL-: DREN's RELIEF DEPARTMENT- TOOBTAIN HIS AID NOT ONLY IN DISCOVERING CASES` OF DISTRESS THROUGH THE r MACHINERY OF HIS OWN DEPARTMENT. BUT ALSO IN: INVESTIGATING THE CIRCUMSTACES SUR ROUNDING THOSE THAT .COME TO OUR KNOWLEDGE , THROUGH INDEPENDENT CHANNELS OF. INFORMATION. . - SUBSCRINERSTO: THE FUND AND THE" PUBLIC GENERAUY SAY. THUS BE AS-' SURED THATTHE DISTRIBUTION" OF RE LIEF WILL BE MADE IN ACCORDANCEWITH THOSE PRINCIPLES'OF.FAIRNESS AND EX PEDIENCY THATSHOULD GOVERN-THE DIS BURSMENETOF SUCH ASSISTANCE , WE ALSO ASK FOR THE HELP OF THE -PUBLIC AT LARGE IN CARRYING OUT THE WORK THOS...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HELP THE EMPIRE IN HER NEED [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914

___LPTHEE__ PIREINER NEED__o-. Realising that there are thousands of patrio: lic Australians ready to give their mite to the Empire's war chest in this great crisis, the pro prietors of " The Sunday Times." "The Refe ree," and "The Globe" offer their services as a medium throulgh which money may he donated. In order that everyone mighit give -it was decided to inaugurate a Shiliing Fund. There is no restriction as to the number of shillings any one person may give; but it is hoped that by establishing the shilling as a standard, those who may not think a small contribution of suf ficient value to include in larger funds may find in this medium a means of indicating their Spractical patriotism. .. "The propiensr . +o"''Thef. Sunday Times," The Referee".and ? 'heG:lob" oriened the.ia vfith a contribution. ofwetnt thousand shillings OD1000). Witii evy confidence.the rest is left in the hands of thhreaders to crry through. Even now Britisi soldierclaying daiown their lives in France , n...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENGLAND'S NATIONAL HONOR [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914

94-*n***--. SENGLAND'S NATIONAL . ONOR - . :If. England iad remained neutral in Sthis" struggle she-?would have reaed s a, -? - rich havest.o?.wt ·~t London' would - * have .been ttemoncy-nmarketoftheworlid I , But wedhod in::the: Empire' niein-hi " . enough to pot ,thetemptaion behind 1 :' them. They::plared .t?e na.tional hono'r, befnre the amassing "f- wealth, ai? .the " I ob~tigalai tO Enitgl.ui~Std'sale eoee iprofit.P-IM.iit -.. I - . ,,,AI3DOI4 - -' i.. . ? : -. ? :- _-.. -.-* -.....

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CANOE SAILING As a Sport for Australian Waters Some Striking Sketches [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914

As a Sport for Austrlian Waters .: Some :Stri~ng ;Sketches T 'hose .who have had any: experieqce of dinghy. sailing nn Australian water ma more to be said in the wvay of risk and eocitement. But iur American cousins and or sailing canes. At times -e may see a sailing. canor in` 'our midst, and there are one or two a, well. believe that thedr is. ro niuch: biothyrs in .'Canadd go one betterr "-with th-ei regeplacs .on ~the· Pagrraoaftta and .Laoe..Covtg blit even .ithese feiv ;specimens are not of the dim'notive i:szd that. comrmends, itself. to- the sailing ,crot enthusibsta acrosp' the Pacific. S lo-se idea of whafttli s sport consists innmay be judged- fros1i the acc.ompanying- sketches., which ivere drawn drom some snaipshots taken recently of thechallengei series of races, fought out in the waters of Gravcseid Bay.. NCew York. : For sorme years past- noiv. the "Inter national" Sailing-Canoe Cup has been held by a New Yorker, and eArly this year a chal lenge was issued and accept...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE THIN RED LINE IN BRITISH TACTICS [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914

THE THIN R LINE IN BRITISH TACTICS " _-_ The tactical formation adopted by the British Irifantry in the present campaign appears to be similar to that which has been in use for'the past century or more. That is to say, asi ex tended line of ien with supports and reterves in the rear. .It has its disadvantages as.well as its many advantages, for.at timesprivates and others are thrown on their' own' resources: they are their own officers temporarily, and ihust think and Sact for .themselves' The' officer in command caniiot be everywhere at the one moment, but the confidecrie which the BEritish officer hasnin th. me ntenen noder hIsl, mrakes our.army themost s .u p.ited.for. the applcation: f this system., S "Thie British is the'?nly Rireopean army in " which oficers can tater~isd withthe men with n. =o ost ?anyl:o~s oifignity ?. To .a. Gereman it; ap S?dear. dlelrading for a British ffer- to play Whe mutt bhegnnJueo10,thnih So'treDuous gamepf fooWllin "on theo tlamS?, Wodiae wit the w...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMANY'S MONSTER HOWITZER TH WHICH SHE PULVERISED THE FORTS OF LIEGE, NAMUR AND ANTWERP, AND HOPED TO USE IN BRINGING PARIS TO HER KNEES. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914

GERMANY'S MONSTER HOWITZER TH WHICH SHE PULVERISED THE FORTS OF LIEGE, NAHYUR AND ANTWERP,AND HOPED TO USE IN BRilOING PARIS TO HER KNEES. The carriage upon which the arm is moan.ted, in reality co:aprises twao vehicles. The barrel or mortar proper, is bao.ne dupo ie carriage, while the other isreserved for the moleting, together with the recoil brake and th e two air reservoirs. The two pieces are bouoed separately, thne-main wheels of each carciage be.ofl shod with feet, so as to permit paosage over soft ground without sinking. Powerful petrol tractors are employed because the weapon is far too heavy to be hauled by animal effort. Upon arriving at the desired position for firing, the mounting carriage is planted first, and then the secor.d'carriage is nmoved up from the rear, until the bore is In litte with the cradlo of the mounting. By mean. of thiin wire cables and pulleys the mortar is pulled from its own carriage and slides over special guides through the opening in the secon...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE AERIAL FLEETS OF THE GREAT POWERS [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914

. THE AERIAL FLEETS OF THE GREAT POWERS .. Nations are at war in the air. The tre loendous flying forces of the two greatest rivals ior aerial supremacy have already clashed, and Phe long-predicted spectacle of "aerial navies grappling in the central blue" and plunging to ?a?rth in deadly embrace is here. LBut the struggle in the sky is only at the iuginning. The full fury of the mammoth ieath engines upon which' Europe has spent ,the staggering sum of. £23,400.000 in the six years up to now has .not yet been unleashed. W'hen they are warfare may be filled with horrors which may end war forever. " o:A fair estimate of the preparations for the mastery. of the air is not possible until the hins spent by the Powers on dirigibles and aeroplanes are examined. o, In round figures Germany has already spent -5,600.000, France £4,400,00, Russia £2,400,000, ;[taly £l,00,l000, Austria £1,000,00t, and Eng ~land £700,000. " The German air fleet is the most powerful It has, or had previous to the...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOLLAND'S GREATEST PROTECTION AGAINST INVASION. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914

. IOLLAND'S GREATEST PROTECTION AGAINST INVASION. I 'The world-famed dykes which the authorities threaten to open and flood the whole -countrty should Germany violate their neutra lity.

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN OFFICIAL LIST OF BRITISH CASUALTIES [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914

.AN~ FFICIA LIST OF BRTISH CAUALTIES The .following lists of British officcrs killed :an_ missing in the recent fighting in France a"nd Belgiun we-e issued by the War Office tip to Sunday, September 13 : ,lKled Captains: J. K. T. Whish East Surrey Regi entr;. W. R. A. Dawes, Wiltshires; P. G. ,Theobald, Lancaster Regiment; C. IL Ackroyd, :Yorkshire Light Infantry; C. H. Browning, ?R?oyal Artillery: F . Creswell, Norfolk Regi --ment; W- E. Gatacre, Yorkshire Light Infan ! K.ry; R . Jones, Royal Field Artillery; A. t. ',geppell. Yorkshire Light Infantry; R. S. Led a'ird, Yorkslhre Regiment A. C. G. uther, Y-orkshire Light Infantry; J. C. Michell -Twelfth Lancers; W C. O. Phillips, West j ent Regiment; G. M Shipway, Gloucestershire Limtenants :. C. K. Anderson, West Kents; J. A. Bowles, Royal Artillery; M- RF?Broad ewood, West Kent Regiment; W. H. Coghlan, "RoyalArtillcry G. P. Hammond,.Scottish Bor ?derers; R S. T 'Moore, Twe~lth Lancers;J, B. "'&o?o, Yorkshire Light Infantry'...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A DICTIONARY OF MILITARY TERMS [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914

0. "Hundreds of the enemy were swept away hy this entilade fire." "The Belgians now threaten the lines of cornm mnunication." "As the Germans advanced the fougosses per formed their deadly work." "Oimeers of the staff." I5 you, Mr. Average Man, were to have these phrases and sentences put to you for an explana tion, you might be able to hazard a guess at. some, or even at most of them, but the odds are that you culd be very much at sea as regards the.real meaning. As a nmatter of fact, most people read the war cables in a very slipshod fashion, and what they do not understand im mediately simply t00e for granted. These are the men whb will tell -you that they read the paptr every morning in "five minutes." Per Sthey do, but they certainly do not get flive seconds' worth of Information out of it. : - For those who are willing to learn the difger once between enlilade Bre and a bonfire; be tween lines of communication and telegraph wires; between fougasses and noxious fumes; between o...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A HOLY CRUSADE RUSSIAN PRIESTS LEADERS OF THE TROOPS AN INSPIRING SPECTACLE [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914

A HOLY CRUSADE RUSSIAN PRIESTS LEADERS OF THE TRCOPS AN INSPIRING SPECTACLE The splendid enthusiasm of the Russians mrchling Into Germany is manifested in m.any ways. Two mighty forces have been utilscd bj the Russlon authorities to stinsulto zeal 10o the war-religious ferror and racial solidarity. The entire priesthood of the country, acting nunder orders frbm the Holy Synod in St. Pete a' burg. is encouraging the warlike spirit, ant the Russian peasants are very largely under hi- ' Influence of their spiritual advisoers. In this way .the masses of the people, and through them the common soldioers of tce Czar's army, have been gained as eager ud herents of the war against Germany, now hclt up to execration as the sworn foe ot the Ortho dox Church.- The Pan-Slavonic ideal appeala moro to the middle and better educated classes and is equanlily potent In stlrriag their rac~., feelings and inspiring them wit!h a high sensen of the purpose of the war. Every body of marchlng Russian troo...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GERMANS IN SOUTH AFRICA [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914

-. ?:~IG * In view of thcsensatior created by the Boer rebelColonel Maritza, and his agreaement with the Govoernmenr.t of German Soith-Wes: Africi to hand over to them the Britith eattemenet of Walfisch Bay. the following extracts fromn-a letter critten by a member of the Namaqualard Field Force to a friend in Sydney will be Iof amore ithan or.dinary interste A pqortnion of Namaqualand be:onogs :to the British, but the greater porton-formns the southern part of Gernan South-West Africa. It is against this territory that the British forcev mentioned r: ou;era:?ng. The letter i; dated. "Namnqualazrid- Field Force, Septem L.. S." No letters have reached me -sine Ioleft Va.lhoek on Augst 18. That nay I to. a wire to report to "Johnny (Johannres?urg) af onoe.,I oormrowe the mine trap -nt go: as tar as Pilerim's Rest that nigh, Neat day I went. by. coach to Gras?kop, and caught the train,--reaching Jollnny neat mo.n-g. Af this with a.badly-cut kne,.?which had had no proper artcnion. "That...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MIGHTY GUNS OF THE LION [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914

A THE MICH GUNS OF TH-E LION . TON OF METAL Grkim Weapons which are the Best in the World KEEPERS OF THE NORTH SEA Can Penetrate Strongest Krupp Armor Ever Made at " - 11 Mile . BRITAIN POSSESSES -152 OF THEM . - -: This photograph, which shows the four for ward i3.l-inch guns of the Britios battle cruiser Lion, gives us sdme idea of tihe teirific size of these weapdns, which throw a shell of l2501b with sufficient force to pencoate i1 inches of Krupp st?.1 at 8000 yaoids To-day we have 152 of these guns mounted in the ships keepisg wiatch and ward it the North: Sea. As is' as we know, no other navy inii the world hat yet'ships' afloat mounting these guns There joined the fleet this montht however, two ships carrying the new 15 iich gun, which is aq superior to the 13.5-isnch weapon as the latter is to the first of the 15-inch. "When the est of these guris was.tried,". says Mr. Archi bald Itird, the well-known naial writer,:"it yielded ballistic results which vindicated, wvith what ...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHERE MEN AND HORSES FELL LIKE FLIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914

:WHERE: MEN AND ~ HORSES FELL LIKE FLIES. Th?e? gallnt Belgian ienfant?y providedith '.itra~ille~ s-, drawntydogs, mowing:down the Germans, who attached in c'o:e lOr maioi:.! This miethod of attack has beets a eatiure in the German camhpaign. Lives hav.;counted at nought. Frequently, deoPite .".-" the fact that, thej. werelosning oein grt nm ,bers ,:the Germans disdained to take cover.

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PARIS IS A DESERT OF SILENCE LONDON, September 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914

. PARIS S A D-ES IOF SILENC E . LONDON, September 3. You must have already come to the con clrtion yotrself tha the days of the war cor roepondent are no more, in view of the bare nets of -the cabld information pot are re ceising your end of the world. Apart from in trrvicwing wocnd?d soldiers from the front. and concocting vivid pen pictures of what is hiappcring in the firing line, from the safe har bor of a villae inn ten miles away7 their one lir.e most ardoous of tas i s now become :imp!tr than child's play. A good many of the.n, however, still manage to churn out some very respectable copy, and the following pen picture of the "New Paris," by Alphonse Cour lander, the Paris corrcspondent of the "Daily Expre?s," is really first class. "Paris by night--three words that sum up to the English mind all that is gay and musical Paris by night-and the Grands Boulevards lu r.inous and yellow, a-quiver with lights, and Montmartre keeping up its revels into the dawn that waits behind the...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VALUE OF THE AUSTRALIAN FLEET [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914

SVALUE OF THE AUSTRALIAN FLEET S"As a matter of fact, had there been noi Australian navy Gierman iships would have been in the Pacific, but there woald have been no British fleet there. The British fleet had been wilhdrawn tron the Pacific long before the Australian beet was in being.- If it had not been for the Australian navy Australian ship ping .would have been closed up within -ethl ports, afraid .to go out because ot lhs German mesr-of-war."--SENATOR GEORGE PEARCE. . "

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 — 24 October 1914

, 2 UAGNIFICENT ? CURYSANTHlEBRIM Pbtn t·"oe 0/. -Potoge. Sd enton. ligo ooio Double ,areletlen; dI Itt comeO t;L-Eo atroro. gZ o.?, Wet·tt.for 'oue Opeciel LInt, ?er? to 007 Olldaou. HILDAMERE Nursery Compajy*. Seed and Plant Ilerchanto .. 21 GEOGEo STrlEET., SYDEY.. -. THE :BRILLIANT BAL.SAM..' "- Old. and. Fapoyite b.erde Flonee moodudoefig Do..ble:Dltojt l ,hOl'IS .llOLllO:. nomelg blElht mL DOUBLE Otli1t/.lo 0 gosgd tIio, 0,blonED. leelon nb~s~e~ii~i:i ~ StS.~ ED n·fepeet'oo&; fdlnjtO~:edl·. TIle AdObV cCblLLoT 100 P011/ POST 71D. P. L CSIiPHEItDF SON LIl S20 PITT ST.; SYDNET. .. ,L ,. /~:·· , . " dr · : ", ? - ~~ D~edThe Ideleo SuaBsti tutEe for Powde S - INVALUABLE FOR- USE IN SUMMER The ume of VELVENE makes even the plainest woman attractive, and gives the bloom of perfectloveliness to the poorest complezion without a trace of the glaring effcect produced by ordinary powders. This admirable preparation is- perfectly free from anythig which can injure the skin, and wh...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GREEN-HOUSE PLANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914

-" iL?ES-1Ot0U. PL4'f.T " ST? iier.-asin.- length, o l tie tot the - n the iol -ettetie eecxloetts l ot-slt t, ill" tritic aOL la actlltyteue o -these.. Ano. tlht tdo.- rFottetit, ntt:.e tt0:to-0 tcer. rt of all dreid-:noc. to the sit e p t ftot teest7 -tond prepclin't hat-ee ompoot ti-lU be tetoled for tre-o\'hie carrycin out lthis "oct" ei ? re oett taint ht-e led to .?oud prto' of oettheece ndeercr tlht dne i9·leth to toll a halt in or-ec to look to lice .telfone of plants nder o gflap ; het" it otot 1he dote tietheltt otoe Itertheecr loaJ All fytiOg r dy tehr? t-. f~tteog otnt be.done daring, a ch,?leDc tino'c. oen tot peide -ortt is tnottoo ouplett.nt e rcult. Opect hrom that tre fetott as ortenllothee plntst lee thre ortmay hstly otte.- ehite , if polted end ollowtd to grow" to some ooldteble ito in toie opet. Coehe in tro eondy for fhc. dieortiot of-thte p.g n-hotie oi the' cn.teec tfe--t.trtout tlo m of tict·eter ip tLtct, our cUretie! ,otlidttions tre to oood that tet-h . h...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
QUEENSLAND LADIES' KENNEL CLUB SHOW JUDGE'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914

QUEENSLAND LADIES' KENNEL CLUB SHOW JUbDE's SEPORT. 1k Uoroo a~ituodo, tut~n jodgd. obeuuuu gIdmpubilp solo for tios 'lub, boo turnOtt"bd be'ltllooulog t.-puot. on the htblitt:--- btdney uilkieo made t tdiro'aho. Ur Oliphaut'st "tf nuntgdog, Musketi it4 good sttoop, but iot riebh nough. ou blbr ou ton. - tro." Bdiiddr ron-ulot aond seuu iit bitches suitti tuuo good specintte " Th',t b?t 'Pumert ooio 'out 'Or. Ju. ieid's Imported biteh,,Beto'oei bltckuhit - good aut. or?oe was uecndt with i whit0, Woraont Cioeeky.. 1iti Ctiriatle't Cslgforth:Teddy, who wau nu. Judged oinog to.tindispouition, tould have beaten the lott, nd is a goud tooted and'stylish blbcb with whito feet; uad pososueit t giod plume. . . . Prig.oere good.. Douor's.:Du?t Proloe," a manet t]ott headed bltuk tuppy'.ith htapo otlukrinele, ootked tbouugb the oe.outlnollotlued by Murphy's Jerry Jeroue, a nlo.'bhouqy aoe thatfuito in heud otly to the oiuneo. tutue owner's Bridge Cow ttol| the'dhtlleoge ill bitehwo. kr. Wood...

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