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MANNING AND NEWMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 14 November 1914

MANNING AND NEWMAN. '.There is no pair. of names in history more provocative of interest' than those of Henry Edward .Manning and John Henry Newman. They were both English clergymen who in middle life entered the Roman Catholic Church, and both became Cardinals. Here. the likeness ends; for. the two. men lived in active opposi tion to each other, a certain.piquant hostility only -possibre to learned ecclesiastics, mnd it must sorrowfully be added that piercing bitter-. ness which belongs to good and strong men. Manning and Newman separately and together present a very choice problem to ihe student of hunian natur. -Manning captain of the HMar row eleven, .member oof Balliol, First-class Honors, President of the Union, Fellow of 'Mer ton,. Archdeacon of Chichester, Newman, pri vately educated in an intense religious atmo sphere, Fellow of Oriel, Vicar of St. -Mary's., Oxford. This difference of 'early training showed itself in sthe way they came to regard the churth. Manning had the ...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The War from an Ecclesiastical Standpoint [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 14 November 1914

he War from an Ecclesiastical Standpoint It sometimes happens when men are talking together, that someone will vigorously assert a moral principle, for which he instantly apolo gises, by remarking that he is not a religions man. If is- surprising how afraid your good citizen is of being- considered religious. It recalls the ancient aphorism that the average English boy iwould rather be caught stealing apples than saying his prayers. - It is well not to be put off by this excessive modesty. Christianity has been at work for too many certuries among British peoples not to have considerably leavened them, and the Bible has played too large a part in our language and literature not to have moulded the.ideas of the people. And it is not too much to say that while .the epithet zeligious would liardly -be taken as a compliment.by anybody, every man thrills with a glow of pride if he has the repu -tation of being a good sport. Iday we not look at the good sport as one of the prodrcts Sof ,C...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Germany is up Against a Naval Problem [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 14 November 1914

Germany. is up, A-Ai nst a Naval Problem -The British Navy, it. has been announced, will be strengthened In the course of tile com inc 'months by the completion or new ships, but it must not be forgotten that Germany alsn has ships under construction. * Three new battleships, the Grosser Kurfurst, the Markgraf, and the Koenig, are nll nearing completion, and ought to be able to JoIn the 'hlrd Squadron of the High Seas Fleet shortly. They have a displacement of 256,000 tons, and carry the same armament as the other ships of the Third Squadron-ten 12-inch guns-but the armor belt is 14in.-thlcl. As they have not yet run their trials, it is impossible to any what actually is their speed, but the Admiralty in Berlin confidently expect them to touch 23 or 24 knots. THE UNFIT. To man these ships with competent olicers and men will be a dlitcult qoestlon. There are . umhber of oflicers andl me stationed on < shore. buhot they are not nearly suffieient to provide full complimonta ...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A FEAST OF TALK YOI PAVLOWSKA IN "THOSE THAT DREAM." [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 14 November 1914

A FEAST OF TALK YOI PAVLOWSKA IN 'THOSE THAT - DREA ." " If the average novel contained, by way of preeace, just what its .author's intentions were in writing the story; the task of the-.critic would be considerably lightened. As it is, one may get an impression about a book on a teneral reading that is by no means fair to the.author. Thus, in the case of Yoi Pavlow oka it is a rather difficult matter to sense ex actly what is the main object she held in view when she wrote "Those That Dream." It-mar be intended .as a novel, pure and simple. It may be the exposition of a new system of mo rality. bIt "may just be a rambling sort of ro mance. with a no' more .seiious intention than that of presenting some well-known types against an Italian background. It may be a compound of all these purposes. If so, then well and good; but if-for one moment it is to be supposed- that there has been any single ness of pubpose on the part of the author, then the book must be.written down as a failure...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DOG WORLD HARRIERS AN OLDER BREED THAN FOXHOUNDS CLUB AND KENNEL NOTES QUESTIONS ANSWERED. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 14 November 1914

THE DOG WORLD HARRIERS AN OLDER BREED THAN FOXHOUNDS CLUB AND KENNEL NOTES - QUESTIONS ANSWERED. lp. . IND asks if it is possible for a pure black dog to win a prize in the Fox Terrier class, all other points being perfeet. AAnser: Not under a'competent Uadgwe I lave seen some very big winners almost a l. The correct thing is a p dpopdecrance of white. Symmetry, legs and feet, and outline are more imslortant than mere color. U.8. witces: I have a little Australian Terrier. He has growths like bags attached to the feet above tile toes. They are round and soft and as large a a pea. They arc joined to the feet by a thin -piecea of fleshAb; and shake about. What would be good lor Itet, Answer: Cut them off with a pair * of sharp sciesora, and dress with carbolic oil. They are excrseeeles which co0ie from had rearing. - ALBION (Brisbane) writes." Would you describe what you cosider a thorough-bred pointer, as I am in tcested in them, and have heard eo many different Opinlons. Answere: 'T...

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 — 14 November 1914

IS YOUR BODY AS STRONG AS YOUR MIND? 1 me liwour mind to inwestigte, illr - PII\'S i.L CILTrIlE; MASSAGE, and -LECTII{'CI. TIIEAT MEATS whllich, will nmke your lwdiv stroui sg a healthy. • ?)'. " '' My' BOXING COUIISES re t;,l~o d antltlorotk.? Th oer eerl " detal of tha gilth-e:'' g , : Persaonal Attentlon and Strict Privacy Assured. oCall, srite, or 'Iphbone for tcrs. FRITZ HOLLAND, "i'Il*1Sdjl CrULTUIIE' AND I0XIN(-. IIYDR6.. "' I?1.CTC ,BATIK. AND M,.-S INSTIT?R'?T

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MAN BEHIND THE PRIEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 14 November 1914

THE MAN BEHIND THE PRIEST. Mr. -J. E. C. Bodley, well-known as the his torian of France, has made a new contribution to the understanding of Cardinal Manning. Mr. Bodley, who is a Protestant, was secretary of the commission for the Housing of the Poor, a commission presided over by King Edwbd, thensPrince of Wales. Here, Mr. Bodley came to know Cardinal Manning. There was nearly half a century between their ages, but they were both members of.the same Oxford College, and the old Cardinal was strongly drawn to the young secretary. Together they drew up the report of the commission, and this led to Mr. Hodley being a frequent visitor.. Eventually the Cardinal suggested that Mr. Bodley sahould be his biographer, but by a strange mischance this purpose was defeated; but there is good hope that some day Mr. Eodley wll make use of the intimate documents in Jhis possession. Two or three details are, illuminating. It appears that the namoe of Cardinal Manning's butler was Newman, and some s...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SINKING OF THE HERMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 14 November 1914

THE SINKING OF THE HERMES. - The most disturbing feature of this unde niably smart pieco of work on the part of the enemy's srbmarines is the fact showing their ablity, to elude our screen of submarines, de stroyers, and minefields, and suddenly appear in-positions so far from their own bas;,, after which they again elude our boats, and disappear Jaltogether. -We hear that the Germans a?e garrisoning the island of Borkum, and thus may be making this point a base for submarine-and destroyers. If so, thepresence of these craft in the Straits of Dover may be more easily explained, as their supplies would be much nrearer to hand, and a submarine could easily iravel by night, and, if our ships were in sight.. c~uld be `submerged by day, thus doing the voyage in easy stages. It would be hard to explain how the Hermes destroyer got away again, however, as, apparently, torpedo-boat destroyers were close at hand, and knoowing submarines were-in the vicinity, ought to have - had some idea whe...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 14 November 1914

*.WEDNESDAY N.OVEMBER 4. .Federal and State Mllnister'. Cohbferene held in Melbourne. " N.S.W. Government Intended prosecuting holders of excessive stoeks ofr wheat. : N.S.W. Attorney-General sald thero oas- no ren?aon to .Impori nny whet nas cooling.harvest wouodpIrovido sufil"ent fortear. y'-?I6 : Prodtee parcel post Introduced'.in Victoria shld to be proving failure. Mr- Justice Heydon decided against Northern Collieriesn Employees' Federation 'on two hum. monsesto show why Federation should niot sut fcrpenotles for aiding and abectting strike. Great Northern Guineas (Auckland, N.Z.) re sulted: Mullinga, 1; Castalla, 2 ;-Iedford,.3.

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPBUILDING OPERATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 14 November 1914

SHIPBUILDING -OPERATIONS. Though for-obvious reasons we have not hIeard of any additions to. our original naval programme for 1914. the report whicli stated that all our shipbuilding y?ids are working at high pressure tells its own- tale. We may be ?ertain later to hear of new names of ships in our fleet. Thls will apply piincipally to thPe smaller craft, because of the numerous private _ards round the British coast which can turn the ships out, and, as it is well known that these yards alwa~ys keep. plenty of material on hand, they should be able to increase our tor pedo and submarine craft by at least 40 per cent in eight months-. In addition to this, another advantage we possess over the Germans in strengthening'our fleet is that we have so many factories to turn out guns to arm these ships with, while, as for torpedoes, our factore at Weymouth can supply more than are waJnted.

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 14 November 1914

TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 3. Conference of delegates: from Noithern., N?.S.W., ad representatlve3 froni Queensland, heldtaatNewcnstle.' N.Z. Government" prohibited exportation .of .)?og~P~~f~:4Ig"iep or-rtihP'Prts?: r ' .? i, .·'..,,', Arbitration quStion beforo Justico.Heydon in Sydney ndjourn.d till Mohday. " Delfosse Badgey,. Australian. airmah, hbad bhlai hand badly smashcd by propeller of mnchlne in Melbourne. ? " Melbourne Cup resulted : Kingsburgh :(MIed dlck), 1 ; 81r Alwynton (WVood),:2 ; Moohbrla (Collinah),;. 3.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 14 November 1914

England, Mother of Natiens, 'Though heavy the burden maybe,' Yoinr mission so splendid can never be ended : Till the day when.the whole world is free. The long, drowsy peace has been broken, . The world is a-war and aflame, But rock-firm and ready, undauntMe and steady, Our England is worthy her name. England, Mother of Nations, mYour story the centuries tell; In the names of the brave you have nurtured to You stand for the Right ! All is well! By Nelson, who .won you your ;tilent, By the blood staining Waterloo's plain, Still gallantly led for the Empire they bled for, The English stand ready, again. , England, Mother of Nations, Your sons from afar hear the drum, A phalanx of freemen, your land men and seamen, O'ei the wide waters they come-. : Back for the Causeand the Purpose, Back to the Mother in need. SWe hear themar~ claii you! : hat power then can shame you? Mother of Nations......Proceedl ` + + ' +. .. +.. . .. . .: . .. . +. , .? . .+. . . . .. . .. .

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 14 November 1914

STHURSDAY. NOVEMBER 5. : As,5outome of conference of Federal and State Ministlers. N.S.SW, Victorla S.A., W.A,'and.Tajs mania to be supplied with funds by Federal: Government totalllng £18,0000000 for authoriae?d public wob ( oo.. - . . V.R.C! Oalcs (Flemingtoi) Slt4'eldi Carilta_ *,":-Ttd " o.tto and :W.i"?idi(dta - L I ilI ic . :i O t

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"THEY FELL LIKE FLIES" STORY OF A TURCO CHARGE [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 14 November 1914

"THEY FELL- LIKE FLIES" STORY OF A TURCO CHARGE A vivid impression of the ,great secuggl which was waged last month in the region of Charleroi may be gained from the following narrative of a wounded otocer who was staving with the Turcos.- "We'were.attacked," he says "by 100l,00.o the enemy. We were :their .inferics in min bes,-but in courage and valor .how greatly their superiors I" . .. - "Throughout the time that this terrible fight lasted, my, men remained absolutely Unshaken. Sometimes we had the 'advantage; sometimes' we had to fall back hurriedly. "Twice ice entered Charleroi; t ice we had to abandon the town, 'the suburbs- of whici were occupied by enormous contingents of Ger mans.. At last the moment arrived, when it be came neessary to-settle the question. Give them the Turcos !' shouted our* colonel, and thenthe avalanche .bega . ... . "It was a mad rush.. Fifteen hunidred metres awaywere the men of the Prussian Guard, ex tended over a frot-oof one kilometre. • Sud denly,...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 14 November 1914

SPORTING SHUGRUE (to "TFldells." Gore HBill) He is undoubtedly one or Americe'n frst t-cla light-weighto. CRIBBAGE (it "Reader." Darlinghurot): Tho hand counts 24, 12 belng for fifteens and 1i for pairs., CYCLING (to "Curious," Ipswich, Q.i When a mnnireaches thatage it Is generally reckoned as useless for him to 'come back" with the hope of being sunccessful I BEST-AND-BEST -BOATS (to "PJ.B..'" New , town): It is a race opent'o any.e liss of sculling craft built, so, of coarse, develops into a contest of the fineat speed boats meanu iactured. - - SAILS (to "SJ.B.,'' Rose Bay) : All we can say from the particulars giden in that the boat. nii carryabout 1i0 spquare feet of saL:l How ever, the sailmaker ~lli pridide you'with any turther informntlon • GtRAFTON LOCH (to "B:G..," Towroomba).: The horse is a foll brother to Oweenee,. and waa bred in New Sooth-Wales by the'oatCd l Joe. Thompson. He was -bought- inT1S09 at W. Inylis and-Co.'s annual sales by Mr..C. H. Thomas for 0 gulnens.....

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Driving out the German Fleet [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 14 November 1914

: In the history of the? lRusso-Japanese war we have an example which it may-be well to bear iu mind at presentl " The hidden Iussian fleet was completely de etryed in the bay of'Port Arthur. not by the enemy's battleships, nor by torpedo-boats, but eumply with li-inch mortars from the shore. SSuch a thing had never happened in the past wars,_and becomes an inexplicable question for the historians writes Lieutenant-Colonel Roustam Bek in the "Dally Expresas" The gallantry ofnRussian saval ofcers was admit ted by all the experts after the war, and their bravery was greater than was supposed until all.the circumstances had been examined in which the Russian navy met the enemy at Port Arthur and at.Tsushima. ost of the Russian offcers and men were burned alive or perished in the sea with their sinking ships. . - "t was not cowardice that kept them in the harbor, but the certain belief that the'Japaneae could not destroy the fleet in the harbor, and that it would remain intact until rei...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHY SHOULD HE BE! Corporal Sam Haslett : [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 14 November 1914

" WHY SHOULD HE BEi Corporal Sam Hastett: "The other day I stopped to assist a young lad of the West K.ent who had been badl? hit by a piece of shell. He hadn't long an live, and he knew it, too, but he dwasn't' all put out about it I asked him ifthre- was any message I could take to:any. one at home, and the poor lad's eyes filled with tears as ha answered: 'I ran away from home.otad 'listed a year ago. Mother and dad don't know- I'm here, but tall them that I'm'not sorry_ I did.it,' "When I told our boys-afterwards about that they cried like babies, but, mind you, that's the spirit that's going to pull Englandthroughthio. war, and there isn't a-man of-en_ that doesn't think of.that poor boy and hls-cample every time we go intofight. - I got his name and tho last address oi his people.from-his iegiment, and I' am writing to tell his people that thy. have every reason to be proud~of their lad, li may have run away from home, hbt he didn'& eun away from the Germans, anyway." ...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 14 November 1914

ECZEMA AND -OLD WOUNDS-THEIR CURE. An antiseptic ointment known as Boraiel Is' a.new preparation. of unequalled value, .-and - never.fails'to curs the worst casesiOf Eczema, - Old Wounds, Bad Legs, Jlcers, Pimples, Cutis. Sores, or any skin discae. No b aitter how severe:it may be this germ-kil'lng ointment itops"the.irrition at once, and-?eg'ma healing with the first application.. Its quick he~ling pbwers are astonishing. We .strongly. rcom mend sulfferers to use Borazel for 4tieir skin disease. It can be had from any chemist, or 2/2. by post from Washington H. Soul or any of'Pattinson's Drug Stores, Sydne, (MedicaJ H .nts)515. s, s .

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIE LIKE A MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 14 November 1914

DIE LIKE A MAN. John Baker (Royal Flying Corps)' : "While flying over Boulogne at a height of M0O0?t something went wrong with the machine, and-the engine stopped. The otfier-said: *Baker, our time has come. Be-brave, and:die like a:man. Good-bye, and shook, hands .with. "I shall always remember the tenn minute hit' followed. The nent I remembered was that Iwas in a har" "odalmlng Eng.) has spplited a recrhtit to Lord Kitehener's army who hearj the name of tuliin Caesar. -

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
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