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THE DOG WORLD ILLAWARRA FOX TERRIER CLUB SHOW GERMAN WAR DOGS [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914
TMIE DOG WORLD' SILLAWARRA FOX TERRIER: CLUB SHOW ,". GERMA WAR DOGS - ·lliaaaa'e Pea Teeeie ('tab hhr'r.-The first laaflly theta. at ibe teeairrtaaeee~d PS. Cheb a he-bld--ertir "-;·- nrrrsrreeieeeed~~I Ia Af. .L yle'e antrai. ahleb q··· n~e ia e qtily.~-. Th~e-mr~te.-trtaiiret' i'm the-right el' , l~np~ ded, - ilpeiritg f aenrial etag,. thptrrta Ik-qeetlell tase;d ILa-that grad rpertf, Ii,. Herald-A.~ -aeieei, ih&'~ teee ;e rlPpy clea; ihit it LIe:' thetA iri~8tlatin iththe heeed,teaaitean t *Iheita br be is nt i~lte-ieait he e at the lergesti-hadal pair Ia. bar'l *iee- hiatt ta rF r6d trek mend -tttralefe piere helt t~l iratighe aii-aetal-a titihe big it a eieelirfdridar liceqair, eii~.d traaad, heightl beei tepe, teethe' n tatakr let feeetaee, :a grad tlmaee. Pluir-t TauEeie:ear, thied, bina gbad~baae tt feet td tapthel Iaee-pieee-eer;- etidebteit pretited fat- light' cyrt; SIl i dedl ntet -sthy himn heteijg the limlit dam,.: tab * tread te- e te-raggate Delrhere add Sam...
LIFE IN THE FLEET. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914
LIFE IN THE FLEET. The followang-letter, dated August 17, was received by.the mrther of a midshipnan serv- ing in a British battleship, published in the 'Western Morning News":--'You will notice that I do not put our present location at the -hed of this note, but we are forbidden to give the-slightest indication of our position. The greatest secrecy is indeed beng observed as: regards all letters. The Admiralty have ordered that all the scamen's letters be opened before-.they are dispatched in case they con tain anything that might be of uie to the ena-.y. No one examines our letters-they puit us on our honor. For that reason I have really nothing to tell you cxcept that we art all quite cafe and sound, and litly to remain so. Ocr life now is very different to the dull days we epent at Dlartmouth : thls is the real .thiny. Some of the 'middies' are mere kids, but we are treated Eke men. and are awfully proud that -we are being employed to protect our-c untr/y just as Nelson did a hu...
THE GARDEN ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914
AISWERS. To CoI1RESPOIDEITS. . CELE.Y .SEED. (it w.w to. I 'IiB." coeiaw): Soe tl, seed not. Yon will rait all yoa; weare iec (a a saIll boee. pen. -Plae ittle derinage rtaaieetl in the boatom tad then f11 in with aine soil to witwm hlal tn inch of .tle tap. Prea firmlye, to the seed ereey aeer the ?vhale. aerae in with a sliglitotp drwaare oa tet-aold aId eiitedt memwe aad teahla little etneet oaer thoe wiala twil the platta ate trewuah the soil. "&-te ldee-"elet e " a iie I t pa tl ith ta. • aa ttt- (te t . .. . .. . . ... . ala' wiiew iatge etatta lt Ialetadle awtcaatl pitit eat ia gewetwatle twtaeeed IPnllawah ta-eit p~ TAIiTL LIII) RE~a-S. (it, eatterer eLitaa')-:L~~~ this ise oe of the tnoet eotlit e beaas eou can grow. but it'i e not ameh uee yot attempting to" do thte twiea ao- ctm ttttalh the plantt with eaeleiet ap pett 2. Pleat the e'ds twrine: the present w wealt mettth. U the saeedla?e'et -Oat" in is, j tete e to 4 feet ia.dtaeler. the whppatrgnal att ara lee .r...
The End of Prussian Empire [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914
The .End of Pussian Emnpire . Hitherto the German people have eosublnltted tamely. to the oppression of the Junkers, be caouse that oppression at least meant prestige - and power. To-day It means degradation,. humiliation, and despair. .The same thing will happen in Berlin In 1914 as happened in Paris in 1870, and in St. Peterabsrs after. the Rusaso Japanese. war. Forelgn whar will b`e' conquered by civil war, and the rise of the German social' democracy will put an . end for e.ver to. the dominion o1 the Prnsslan Empire.-'Dr. Chrles" Bnrolea;s..... Russia raises all the wheat it requires for its own use, and more; Prace raises 90 per cent Germany, 60 per cent ;. and Great Britain an Helgiumeonly about 2p per.cent..each. - -:..,
POULTRY RUBBISH ON THE MARKETS THE DEMAND FOR RED SUSSEX FOWLS [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914
.POULTRY.. I.RUBBISH ON~ThE MARKETS THE DEMAND FOWR R I SUSSEX FOWLS I roof 10~ Amiid rofoli p m.'-·i(A FUOorot 5myodm --Soorates); Tlb'he gro-tt btert in pouf'tr- greno y both-for ,tilitoy and erhibition, aon.rolne aotouot'mot li .:an imI, remot n lbher q flfy of tto]. tOken pfaer throoghouot te rcunlr iboe floodimg of the Itarotet ind ut~ion rooms toith rubbbh--that b, foeedy. boi rondticnol. bthlro of no .partiular. brrcd, and of r'tin froius-rtags of diEease--is' aeoing eoif. aod-oeopoo ible for-the low prino-or ohfioed, not only.t the ort 0on sales, but at the pdoulroier and oinridcntrfly, from 0e rttnoomro. , I"rhae. often been- trtrk .riXLth, tho- .pptrent imlopohoblby of ?purerbing. a rople ol. mr l-atltenrdot bol -roamy for the tableo(and' there ar1. feo.torexptiono)..· It otmtdf to, sen-erthbt, aiyooimoro-. tfrtog ri6 odory Wooulf r'rstootro hoop' bfrd.-o-o ~ti Otbfeo-ooth a arocse toteu .from and nice lfcytreoh btho. beo. ofaggy-.obje-to.ooe :li moF oblfgob lo tmae, lathc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914
'THE Co10vMERaAL BADNKING. COMPANY f.STADYISED iss' OF SYDNEY, LIMITED. CAPrlAL PAID UP .... .0........; ......-.-..-...... "2000.O 0 0 RlES: Ef o 1D cW .. 1.7.0 .0C. ;,-..;;...;........ "ESEEIE'CAPITA.L ........0......-....0...;0....0.:?. "2,,00 o O" TOTAL- .; ..........;........... ........ . 5.730.000 0 "" ,?][C?0TnS : Geoi-?i J. CObe.:Esq.. QCnrmnP. ,- 1" IUpl. ? ?I -Fi?..~ '.L.C..? Delutr'Chairnlr , Si~o n. .'lo?..?I?.L~u. A: J. Onslosv Thompson. E.sd. .?om-n, ShdelleY.1 " - - :,AUDITOIIS:. F. W. Hih.son. F.q.;.. a Vd WV..1 Doker.. J.q. - GE EO O.n LANAGER -- T. A.~D hbb ... .. HEAO OFFPICE: GEORGE STREET. SYDREY. LORDS BRAICH.:. 1" DIRCHIN LANE." E.o A IIANCIIFs: TIILOL'cUOUT OUEXNSL-?1iDW AND-'JW.. SOITI W.ALE -- Aoooe..?c tnro~urho'..t the" ?or~.. . 1 . - . AUL'wl ?z "fl.nkto.z fzzl&.n.e To..o. Zo.d: " WHY REMAIN SHORT? -ou do 3'0s0l0 inouStiee tby lettig'o suo'ohortoec oo ttOe ,to-retard your Otlol, "and comoioooril lprbgooo eUGN GIBSON SYSTeH . WILLIINCREASE YOUR g...
In Family Council HOW TO DRESSMAKE GREATEST GAME WOMAN CAN PLAY STYLE AND ECONOMY FIRST ARTICLE OF SPECIAL SERIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914
-, I HOW TO DRESS MAKE. GREATEMSTGAiWOMAN " TYLE AND ECONOMY "r~aT ARTICLE OF SPECIAL-LSERIES. (By MISS i. E. ROBERTS. Expert at the Technical Coilege) " Is dr.ss an. a ? -Is it ascience-ormerely a great game ? Ruskin-says of the "ladis' game of dressing": - . But it is a great game, -and on certain terms I like it-nay, I don't see it played quite as much as I fain would have it." How women love Ruskin for that saying. Men so frequently talk as though - thy thought women reed not' speiid time and thought and moneie on dress. . Manjy women would be glad had they been born with correct,- pretty, healthy clothing with exactly the right wave in itheir hair-with durable protectors of some kind for' their feet; - so that they might give all"their time and :thought" to otlier" and- higher- (?) things; One .woman, sighing andrebellions against the fate whith bestowed-"ono hei siaikht, lanl?,s wild hair, whidh" rhfused to be famed, said - "I wdoul have been a. bette?r`oman had I been bhorni ...
COLDS IN THE HEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914
COLDS IN THE HEAD. 1ly Mer from ti or tarrh and Ilay Feeer, d aou enn cue pnd p urent theoe vcry distrwing toubi ,y 'the Finlple but scientific h.e air pnngee leedlng to the Lunge ser le fields 01 on.e to preecnt dust and hupuritieo fIrm goiig urP ther. Wheo these prseeso become rongc?tcdtwith mucota maotter sod dust. socslog sod oehitoog announce the begishido- of a ~Woh. All this is preeented er rmeedied hy elesoelog the sir poasget ?ith "'IOOO," using salt -sed teser, s directed. - Iudoods are n sw t?lng it, and " _re 1oict1ln its peits. Do not judge it hy Its cost, it in woreli poouod. Ask your doctor. Once tried yos twoulde?ot be titlhut it. .n. tor e/6 breige it DOnly sdoweu The Otanodrd Drug Co.. Doadog.llOstO, Ilswss. - Place, B'dne?' -
DREADNOUGHTS AND BATTLE-CRUISERS IN COMMISSION TO BE READY BEFORE THE END OF 1915 [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914
DREADNOUGHTS AND BATr~LE-CRUISERS IN COMMISSION SENGLAND GERM~lANY TO BE READY BEFORE THE END OF 1915 ENGLANJD Yali.S 6amb~m, and.C E Royal 00k, Ma~laya. 24.OOtoas 21,500) tao; U2to a3i~nos. Rdod.Soc aap ~ otatltao, Rosoittas. ad RoorL~Oa. I' 40taos, S 15-tch ganoL GERMPANY ~29,GO0 ton, S 15-inch awuns. 25.000 tenn.. 515-in. gurL Vininnia Lenins.. 29.000 ton.. If we now add to the British list the indomitable "Australia;" also the two Turkish .- -') a the two -Chilian Dreadnoogicts which will he with the fleet belnre the end of ItIS, we find that England then will have 46 to Germanys 26, a superiority of 20. If it comes down -to a mere question of building against time, the advantage rests with England no mutter in regard to wha- type of vessel affected. ,,,
THE KEY TO THE NORTH SEA NAVAL PROBLEM [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914
S"-TH- KEY TO THE NORTH SEA NAV PROBLEM :. - We have received a number of questions ask ing. how Germany and nd ngad compare ihr Dreadnought strength- and while figures may be utili~ed to denote the position it will be found that the following diagrams give an even clearer view of?it. In order -o avoid confusion, battle cruisers and Dreadnouhts are grouped together, for. to all intents d nd purposes, they are of equal 'value. The diference.between the latest British I tztle cruiser Tirc-raid the super-Drtadrisught Iron Duke is very smeiL. The latter ship has two more 13.5-inch guns and thicker side armor, hut the Tiger has an advantage of nine knots in speed, .which alniost couisterbalances the in' feriocity in gun power. The battle cruiser, in order to.make room for the additional boilers rand engines that her speed demalids, has to drop something. In the British ships two guns and light side armor constitute-the price.paidfor. Ispeed, but nevertheless these ships will fight with t...
LET'S TALK ABOUT THE GOOD TIME COMING [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914
.. LET'S K ABOUT THE GOOD TIME COMING When .the:mon sitting next to,'yo?i inth" street-car raises his voice and nays "Well, yos crn take it from me that if the 'Fisher Goe crnment starts any of its paper money bust ress the country will be ruined,' kill hins IS is justifiable homicide. *Past Summers we have been adjured at ever) point-to "Sw¢at that fly'." This Summer let us make one of our own: "Swat that Croaker." Just now our main purpose in life should be to make things as ple.aant as we possibly r-an both for ourselves aud- the nex-t man. The brightest future would still be Iiciribly blark ii we knew. all about it betorcland. On the other hand it we anticipate black, and it turns up black, we-are not going to see any white about.- If we are content to take what-is com-. ing to us, and meanwhile adopt the "I sholdd worry" attitude whatever happens wiil.find us in a better frame of mind to wait for.. he silver liningtitat .must tuir up sooner or tater. than wouldh-be otherwise th...
THE MARINES IN HOLLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914
THE MARINES IN HOLLAND. Although the- fact ltht the 2t0 . British Marines were -'compelled to lay down their arms in. Holland is a big Ioss, there is some consolation in knowing that the. abmence of the men in questbnh will in no way affect the pecsonnel of the fleet Mr. Churchill-dis tinctly stated that "after all immediate ind future- requirements wer filled, two divisions of bhliejackets' and one of mardines wold be available for field purposes.' - Naturally there are a ccod many tl:tiin-ed men in these forces, but it is more probable that the' blue jacket brigades were mainly composed of the overflow of-reserves, after taking alt who were i neceasr.to man the oIlder class of chips, with. a sprinkling of trained men .who were at the gunnery schools and naval barrackls -when the war broke out The marine brigade would also be mainly reserve:men, with the addition of surplus men left in Walmer. Deal, Eastney. and Plymouith - Barracks after: the fleet had unobilisd to -full- war- str...
THE FIRST SEA LORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914
* - HRE FIRST SEA LORD. Admiral H.S.L Prince Louis of-Bat:stAcrg, the First Sea- Lord of the Admiralty, upon whom the arduous and responsible task of the: organisatlon and distribution of our Naval forces during the critical period of the war has fallen, is a- skilul officer and thoraugh-going seaman, who is andittkd on-all sides to be the right-man in the right place. lie is'respect? and trusted -by the Sea Service, which knows that his character and capacity are alike worthy of the highest traditions of the Royal Navy. All through his career he has chosen the path of duty in .reference to the easier path, wh?hich might have been his for the lasking. It is said that Queen Victoria. would like to have ad v?anced him to high rank in the Navy at an early age, as in the case of the late Duke of Edin burgh, but hislove of the sea and his desire to serve for his full careerunder the White Ensign prompted him to insist that he should earn his promotion and take histurn with the rest of hi...
A Devilish Sentiment [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914
! A DerviaishSentiment ? If ever there was a righteous war .engaged n by any country. I cTralm ?or Britain thet tho present one is so; for it is not entered upono for tboe aggrandisoement 'of ourown pbower, not to acquire odditional possessions, but it is a wvar to .crush that deirillsh sentiment that ha' obsessed. the world too long,, that hag obhsessed" above all, so-called Christian Europe, that terrible sentlhment that might is right--Duke oy'Norfolk.?." . . . ..
THE NAVAL SIDE OF THE WAR ZEPPELIN ATTACK IMPROBABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914
I.'9· 0 .. · . ~ ~ .r · - (hIs E.N.N.) ? ZEPPELIN ATTACK IMPROBABLE. SAn attack on London by. Zeppelifis.over the 1?North Sea is not impossible, but hlghly im ;probable, during the comaing Winter, for the :reason that the weather conditions are all : gainst such a happening. Atthis time-of the x:ear the wind is generally blowing at a strong :-eclocity from the mouth-west to north-west,,and :when it drops it is generally superrded by a -?n.;se fog,-which would completely inask -the -'object tobhe.attacked, although the attackers themselvm might rbe in clear ai. All this apacrt a-om what our own aeroplanens would be doing.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 24 October 1914
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