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TO GROW VEGETABLES [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 7 November 1914

TO GROWr VEGIT2ALES t, t t ?tiraeto. e, ,nee durtnf the neet I¢€ uont·h tjII nee all one'e-1ttettion it eb art e be teeder eud toothstee thee. eool'l. Žot onlty meut the eul tlrteon ofthe eLil be ot tlhe beet, ei- erlll hlbe to.b. ecereieed ie the heeteinr of them. It is aperey eeple metter, for inetn-ee; for the iedividual bt eeeysy plek peas t?o tide to teeb o tceleee end indiffrent oy. tos to qtee tpoi the hef's chnces of cekiog tIjee properley hen thee rechb the kithe. -The expert pee pihele kuowe eooetIy when the pods ere io the right o.ondiee te o hele out welleand ol pitk enly. thete of sueh oe. Wbeee the-op io ehea yoe. there hostd to he others nosoeskatlr po tis sog. sod thono sin snt he g .thed, as thr sill eros in dmisriehll for sorp o .ro eg. snd, besdde, the hbnlm onsot be reliered II o'roe, obis hsve kt?' n.ter, are to satore. Ut the sesoptarle Into onhLs the pods are thIbros ptdni bos a diidoa~n in thu rnmine-~ poeilm nI oo odd nesoppue s a fepw aosrbb mores will- sot...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROBLEM No. 894. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 7 November 1914

P: -ROBLEM No. 894. Position : 8, 2 R2 pP Q. p N 2 b R 2, k 3N3,- P7. 1.p2np2, IP3B2. 6K1. White to play and mate in two. - SOLUTION: Q-R 2. If K x Kt-Kt B 4 mate; or K Kt 4-B? mates. Received'fron: G W. Pearce (Seven Hills), A.L~ (City) (very pretty). C. Peters (Ash feld). J. F. Bowman (St. Peters). .Several of our .most successlol solvers went astrar:?ith:this problem. sending Q--K B 5, to which Blackhreplies K x Kt, and escapes immediate destruction. Mr.C. Petes:(Asheld) writes re this pro bleni (No; 894)i "By a stretch of imagina tion this position could be likened to the war. Thb Queen will represent the Russians in the Far East.ezertinga powerful iniluence in the fina relult, and by her mere presence protect ing the Allies,(the :Kts and R) from topl ex tinction. The Kton Kt 6 is theBeltians, and after being taken by the Black King (Germany), is the means. ofibringing about the downfall at -his captor. .The White Bishop represents Biitain'so-overseas dominions. The Black Bishop...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHESS PROBLEM No. 896. (By G. Heathcote, Arnside, England.) [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 7 November 1914

CHESS SPROBLEM No. 896. (Bf" G.:Heathcote, Aroside. England) 88.8. 2Rx2. Pp IP4 N 5, 2kNQR2 7. i 2n1K3. Black (6 pieces). - White (8 pteces). Wbiitc to~plnyand mate in twornoves.

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ECCLESIASTICAL CAN CHRISTIANS APPEAL FOR VICTORY ? CAUSE OF ALLIES THE CAUSE OF HUMANITY REASONABLE PRAYER. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 7 November 1914

- ECGCLESIAST'ICAL CAN CHRISTIANS APPEAL FOR VICTORY ? CAUSE OCF ALLIES THE CAUSE OF HUMANITY_ REASONABLE PRAYER. Canon Kingsley once preached a sermon on the subiject of "Reasonable Prayer" in West minster Abbey which greatly agitated some good people in Scotland. The position he maintained was that when prayer means oony a selfish wish, launched into invisible space oh the chance, as it were, of over-persuading a spirituial listener who has power to give that wish effect, there is no kind of reason on either Christian or natural. grounds for hoping that such a prayer will be granted. - Prayer is not a short'and easy way to get the heart's desire, as if-prayer meant only bringing prcs ure to bear for private purposes on the power which.touches. the springs of life. 'On this view prayer is addressed to the Mighty Execu tiye of the-lUniverse-on the supposition that this Executive is oT easy good-nature, and-with no purpose -of His _ow.- It is surely the first condition of prayer that...

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 — 7 November 1914

* 4 FITS. 4IbF~ ·EPILEPSY. UWONDER" hb no rmid of Potlanb Pmrrd co. FuU pootiooIoo, T. II. MEMSON. 200 Cnlins SL. Melbonure. L Ift the oiter jiLL, of the noslrl's aI steeCn sbOe. Then IzeO,! orgosralrg through IOe - frall5. flleiridr oAhl. aim thrmogh the ,otrtls. Do both. of ourse, ohle hold ngth, efrfl/ aid# opsn. The reurt wll brmtinp le.r thOnm urprl.lng rereltion ol[oh theocsid * -poag? can enoled to cos ee e Ineedsr sei ptg of oee grsrn to Lh, rsu tes rg s rgons . HAVE YOU GOT CATARRH? Ifyou haveroa:droppingofphlegm into the throat If your nose is stopped up, If cruste form in your note, if you are easily siusceptible to colds, SIFyou suffer from frontal headaches, If you have noisesoin the head, If your hearing is affected, ifyou have to -iear your throat and oxpectorato ofton, If a change in the weather affects you, If you are a victim to shortness of breath, If you sneeze frequently, if your sense of smell is afofected, If you have a heavy, tired feeling on awaking, Ifyou s...

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 — 7 November 1914

PWHY RtiEM~lHAi S~HORT?~P Y..Tu do yoWrsdf Inijntie by ketthig.~u'~rns y eU n then tne ;WILL INCBUASH YOURb HEIGHT Emd tl~ pe"ny rlnmps to-do~y ior hdl p rieuThrs of Lmy meld. All ltter r mnlled bn plnindnclpe. DEPARTMENT 'S."' 163 PTT- STREET, SYDNEY. * THE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY sB.aBsHED o ,? OF SYDNEY, LIMITED. ..P PaD P .................. ......... 200000 00 IIfEssErma '~q ..;..;..?.;....;....o.....;. ...:.. .... " LM~~ ° lT. o IESERVE OAPITA ........... .............. 2,Q0,000 0 O . 1" .TOTAL............ .........;-.. 5,7,000 0 0 - DmIWTOES: Ce...e A. Colp.c ES·. GCmke?.. - Ho.. H-g. B.tE'. Lt.LO. D.-c~eireu-? H.on IL Me.... ILL.G. A. O.Dloew Thompson. EseL. N.m.n Shell?;. Esq. - AUDITOIIS F. IT. Ilxr.on.. -seq sd .*' L-Doker.- Esq. - " GESEI3A? HA - : E T. . Dibb? - . HEAD OFFICE: GEORGE STREET. SYDNEY. LONDON BRAINCH: S BIRCIIIN LANE. E.C. IIH?NCIIEs THES OI GuOUT ,QUEENSLAND AND N1E SOTTi WALEBs Azeo~de. tlronehout, the .odd. " All UeuOI DHeopHoe?.lom .. TIeO . FOBMCCO1...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POULTRY PROPER TREATMENT FOR DUCKS A FANCIER AT HOME ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 7 November 1914

POULTRY ? : -0 - S PROPER TREATMENT FOR:: DUCKS A FANCIER AT HOME - ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. acZOE" sk-a. "'What is a good cure aor a rt tiht mat hi feathersc " ,ac.: This aubject was deS la with is hast week's issue." - - lAWIlENCE LtGItORiS" writes 'seome dame 5a5 i kil~ed a dakwaing game hen, apparently in the best if.health, and" very tat. She used to. gaito the nset lreqauatlt a ut awe iould never get an egg. Os opening her this is what we discpered: Al aer or - gas appasred healthy, but Just ina.de the pascage tesr4chr appeared to be as sesnsmalaioal a the shkies i ugs.- Fath-ar back was a fully-termed egg, shell and all, and a namkec at tatly-lclsai eggs, bat as shell; zad thena aalleeggs BuDt mart peatliar thing was that this egg wcah the shell an poved. to be rotten when bmokeha Will a km who has never had acess to any mroster sy any aga, as must the Seat have the attentions ofhe reftex as devclop tsara ot'the organs I" -Ars. S he was ees - Sdeatly- lo tat, snd probably h...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE GARDEN SUMMER CULTURE OF VEGETABLES. LATE ROSE PRUNING. SEED SOWING OF ANNUALS. ANSWER TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 7 November 1914

SUMMER CULTURE OF VEGETABSLES.S LATE .ROSE. PRU~NING. SEED SoWING OF ANNUALS. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. ~ItAINFA (iceeccer te "(lseegec) Th a~~ ggregate 4c the itree.months ejieg September grgisteret ect SaS 1LSS (tietend 51 poente), the rgtatn eag 6.51, I.oS. atd 1?.' reepeetircly. " ffWO OODeSTItAWfEeLecls (inc awr to Ce 'lec"): It - it rery herd to -gire reliable advie, for the etlet that one eraiety dtitg cel in one diret eema tre oiLt Cn utter teilure in enother. ,i'Di cetee" ned '.3Ihb'" hare eern eur. beet, buht the doeee't met S that either the tie or the other cill core oet on top if pltnted .ideh-by 1de ith ,'Ceawell Scdhieg." Iou jc eqperimenet eih.seterel sorts, tnd di?reted theer •hich teill "c. ttPPE.t'ES Tte S ALti- SAiL8 (im aseer to "'lip"): A rou sty-, they are t greet peet. Alter trying lime. tobalco reuee, tend t nriety of other reputed ."kitl-deads,'" -.e find the.beet i to.rise earlt nd -: catch ted Ittll att e rre chle to locate. tayle " claDl; good hippcrtru...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DOG WORLD BEAGLES ANCIENT AND MODERN CLUB MEETINGS AND KENNEL NEWS ANSWER TO CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 7 November 1914

THE DOG WORLD BEAGLES A ENCIENT AND MODERN LLUB MEETINGS AND KENNEL • NEWS - ANSWER TO CORRESPONDENT '-etty" ooudd like "'to uowo f.cure tot &.dog offerintg 2r00n" eo." M . In': 10r 2 1oru0lin le0 do1 0 0 th o0 L -'Th' industrlous beagle t0wi0ts 100 2ooin0t tail" Thugh all heril 12 fonhyo oOo0u0.00na r20 0 ller dotle.inrl , I"° -- . 1100 dolol . , --Someroll " fljomooollo is floopoet of hooofdo ~o arh0021f, oed 100 ooriptiooe. written so long ago, 00 good -M0Y. "e 12itin0te game o0 the bahgle is b-o.nunng in p2eb., nd few beuer olpow ewoor lh .ollo 10110 01_2 ll beathed pohk thooughf.tloe azes of a e0n 0f02e0 21er .good ff00110 hafe, for hares 0ome-0ack to 012ir 'Iornm" in' r0ec1-.often wedoly otendod. 0ere0. ??gles are nt pinbred, but ofe mande fom. deaef loOmdf of ff-olhood or-lrifer type20 0 hoe. fieo'f 1f fcff tidn0 but 2o long ago thao the pure blood 0ou.lr ho hard to treooto-doy, .?ththo12 foeptoo of the blood of 12oo oolffaoyogweiieo~ff This asioo* opore0d by-Ito.. (L...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Notes on the Naval Side of the War WHAT DOES IT MEAN ? [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 7 November 1914

__ Notes on e aval -Side ofte War (By "R.N.R.") -WHAT DOES IT MEAN ? It is announced that the British -and Russian Governments have agreed on a mutually ad Mntageous exchange of combatant and techni cal forces. We have to remember in read ing this, among other things, that Russia is building in the Baltic four great Dreadnoughts, each mounting twelve 12in guns, and four battle crisers, each mounting nine 14in guns In addition, - she has 37 submarines built or building. All these ships are being constructed under-British supervision-; Nearly all the submarines are ready,-and four Dreadnoughts should be nearly ready, as they were all aunched in 1911. It may be that British officers and seamen are to be used in order to bring the- fghting standard of these vessels p to a higher level This would mean that he British would be able to menace the Ger marns in'the Baltic. as -well as in the North Sea. - It is unlikely that we could spare any men from the military forces for service in Russi...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PARTIAL CLOSING OF THE THAMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 7 November 1914

~PARTIAL CLOSING OF THE T {AMES. While the partial dosing of the Thames is a-- sealed book to. us, it aoes not necessarilyt mean that the action of the authorities in clos ing certain channels spells immediate danger orom the enemy's ships. Now that the amount of shipping entering the portlof London is con -;derably below that ot ordinary times, the closing of many unnecessary channels may have been adopted purely as a precautionary mneasure, in case the necessity arises later on, for- the absolute closure of the whole river; in which case the operation w'ould be attended vith considerably less work. We are not aware, either: of the method used to close these chan nels, but it-would almost ceritainly be by means of mines, as the ordinary boom defences would be out of the question, because of the sine of tbe stretches' of-water to be dosed. Another probable reason why mines would be favored is because" boom defences en any scale at all in the Thames would require too 'much stif fenon...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
There Will be no Siege of Paris! [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 7 November 1914

There WBbe no Siege of Paris! Thanko to the rigorous restrictlon timposed by the military authorities of the allied na tions, war correspondents are kept well in the background, and have to rely mainly upon the unofficial stories brought'back by the wounded and the prisoners for news of what is happen ing in the firing line. Sometimes by strategy they manage to penetrate far towards the front, but not --often. The following experl enees of Mr. iH. J. Orcenwall, of the London "Dally Express," will therefore be read with sseclal interest. He wrote to his paper on September d10 from Paris soon after the com mencement of the German reti'feat: There will be no siege of Paris-at nny iate not for the present; of that I can assure you. The Germans are retiring faster and faster; over hill and dale, across river and.stream, taking up positions and then abandoning them,. each time shelled out by our artillery. - How do I-know this-? Since Sunday after - noon I have been with our-troops-as a p...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Britain's is the Noblest Cause of All [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 7 November 1914

ritain's is e oblest use of A Six members ef the Oxford Faculty? of Modern History have stated Great Britain's case as to why we are at war in a very able document published last month. After giving a useful summary of the gospel of might as preached by Treltschke. Bernhardl, nod the Prusolan Government, they say that this doctrine "Is not really the doctrine of Germany, but rather of Prusals." Then they make this fine statement of "The Case for En-land." '"But in .whatever way we may excuse Prus sala we must fight Prussia; and we fight it in the noblest cause for which men can fight That cause is the public law of Europe, as a saure shield and buckler -of all nations, great -ad small, and especially the small. "To the doctrine of the almightiness of the State-to the doctrine that all means are Joes tlified which are, or seem. necessary to its self-preservation; we oppose the doctrine o1 a. European soieity, or at least a European comity of nations, within which all States stand; we...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COOKING AND IRONING WITH SAME HEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 7 November 1914

COOKING AND IRONING WITH SAMIE HEAT. Housewives can keep down their gas bills bg the use of a combination kitchen heater rhiecl I was recently patented by a Chicago woman By its use, one burner or stove hole can be used to heat a flatiron, toast bread, and cook a kettl" of food at the same time. Inside the metalcove? which rests on the stave is space for a Bfatiron on a holder that slides through an opening in one side. -Above'the flatiron is an opening for a kettle, and the inclined sides, all the way aroitmd; are perforated for.toasting. A remov. able asbestos lining confines the heats and cuts down the amount of fuel needed.

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMONWEALTH PATENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 7 November 1914

COMMONWEALTH PATENTS etsrs. Grilhth and lHatel, tatent Attorneys, of TI Ctlereagh-street, ydney, report tie e tehe eo|totit e applictioaa for patents hate btee lotdged at the Coa°. teonat'clth Pateat Oflice, telbouea:- E. E. aeri. "tmpeo led prtalte folding bed." Fihcd October 9. D. IV. Staeey. "An impeoved proess atd appereluta eor the sepearting oe a tolutioat eonetiuihg gold or oahee metats or materials trom enely-cruehed intlutlte tubh staacee." Filed October 0, J. N. Cught. "Meheedeal eignaliing ma.hie." Filed October 0. C. E. tgg. "Combnatnioa electric nultiple pole rottry 1witch and tace." Filed Octeoer 9. Aeatelian ti eatru W ite Proprietary, Limjted. "'ta prooemcnts in tae formation of bitueiuoua or eaphat:uta eatepadatatas foe pprnteeeeatte the jibe'." hated Octeher W T. lctalieag. t'Improeed cocrete eiaer." Flied Octoeer 1°- W. F. Duglns and 3. F. Dugins. "emperede apperetue for aereenine teixed gald-bearing and otteer ateerinl and for teetag the preeieulcate tttueaut" Fi...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRITISH NAVAL ACTION AGAINST GERMANS ON LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 7 November 1914

BRITISH NAVAL ACTION AGAINST S GERMANS ON LAND. Th e most interesting feature of operations in Belgium has been the effeetive intervention sti the British Navy in land operations. Such action is very rare in history. In the Chilian War of Independence against Spain, about 1820, the Chiliani warships fired into the'enemy along dhe coast with considerable effect It is not often the case, that land forces are obliged 'o ecmain so close to the coast as to be within, rangedof ships' guns. At-prepent,.h6wveir, the Gtrmans 'are straining" every nerve t0,maintasi their hold on the coast near Ostcnd., This is the only way in which they can hope to put'a definite stop to the continual outlankingaction of the Allies against their extreme right, which -has been arcontinuous process since they firvt stdliiedtheiyr retreat in a strOng'l5osition north ir?.,l? n lp ;;Tlis .accbuntn dr. the. Iermrars Yemaiaing for daysandeirthe 'fiC''?dl fhe"ie itls', mni?oats, when a withdrawal of a few emiles woul...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOVEL & INTERESTING INVENTIONS A NEAT JOB. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 7 November 1914

NOVEL INiEBESTING INETION' " A NEAT JOB. A novel hinge which is invisible iphe. th' lid is closed has been patented by an American inventor and is now being placed on the rar bet. The hinge is to be mortised in th. site or such articles of furniture as desks, piano benches, window seats, trunks, and the liki,. where.neatness and absence of joints, s.crew heads, and bolts is desirable. When opened, .the hinge holds the lid open, doing away witl side straps fof support.

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CALAIS AS A GERMAN BASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 7 November 1914

CALAIS AS A GERMSAN BASE. Thedesperate efforts ot'the GermanS to ob. I Lain_ possession of Cala is sinegoifiant, in that I Itemphoolsen the importance both Germans and Allies-attach to it as a base. In thehands ol the Germans, and used as a base for their sub marines, the town would be invalUable, especi ally if, as the Germans. claim, they could place guns of sufficient strength at this point to com mand the 2L miles' stretch of the Straits of Dover. It would - also_ prevent reinfore ments reaching our -fleet in the North Sea- by -the English Chanel, ecept by way of the north of Scotland a voyage which would make a difference of a week. Under cover of their guns, too, Ger man minelayers could sow the English Channel with floating death, without fear of interference. Before "Calais' could fall into their hands, however, the Ger mans would have to not only drive the land forces of toe Allies back, but would have to overcome a bombardment on a much larger sale than that at prsett bein...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DARING DESTROYER. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 7 November 1914

THE DARING DESTROYER. Prior to the outbreak of war. German tor pedo craft were credited with great daring-a reputation they have failed utterly to uphold. -On the other hand, it has fallen to our oficers to distinguish themsenves in this class of work. We heard last week of one of our destroyers rushing into the river at Nieuport, getting on the blind side. of the enemy's field artitery? loosing her six-pounder shells like hail, and, after causing gireat havoc, slewing round and dashing out. giving the Germans a parting shot with her stern gun. Although the pr Hotch kisr shell is snall, it is verysensitive, and can be fired with great rapidity. A good gun-layer can pump 15 to 18 rounds through his gun per minute, and keep this rate of fire up indeflnitr ly, as long as the supply of. ammunition re. mains ample. In this case it should have been possible, becruse as one side ofthe. ship only was englged,'them en from the guns on the op posite side would have become the anmounition supp...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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System of Arbitration is Now on Trial [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 7 November 1914

Syste of Arbitrati It has been said that industrial arbitration in Australia is on its trial Without that being any more true now than at any other thme, the system is citainly passing through a severe trial, durlng which only c.arefl handling will save it from total wreck. Arbitratioilis now facing the test which will indicaie whether it can successfully withstand the troubles which lean times have brought iupon us. If not, then it is but a fair-weather measlure, which may have served avery usefil purpose. but is of ve?yi liitle real account in the maintenance of indus trial stability. Breakdown ot the system is threatened fromj two different points. The Federal Arbitration system is facing legal and tecuitial diffculties; the State arbitration trouble is more funde mental But both are a serious. Unless properiy met,-the Acts which wrce"-dcsigned ! Ito maintain peaceful relationship between erm ployer and employed wi -bhe responsible for industrial turmoil more seren than any that ...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
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