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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 21 November 1914
tOTES. The Council of the S.B Woles Chews" Astoatiou on ooudoy last considered a further ooggoetion. from the Qoettolood Aaoeloation that the teams in the. nterstateo Telegraphic Hlatoh (N.S.W. .O .), to he played on Boxing Daoy consist of 15 players aside, and time limit to be 5 moves per hour. It was decided. howver, to adhere to the same arrangemoets as before--tee hoards aside--~oin to.the fact thot through telegerphit dolayp. etc., it ts sometmots Imposoobli to complete eten the teo goe In the one day. The follotionr team oao seleoted to reprteott It., Wolta: tfeosr: W." . tiner. D. -htArthur. S. Ctaha thorp. L Jaoobsen, T..I. Iedshahoe IL V. Cerae,. W." Crane. ,W. IL Jout, IT. B. Ilntold. and .V. A. Speone. Emergnciesn: F. Dneety and A. A. I. O'Coo nor° This looak a strong team on pl?er, and shoold take aomoe heating. - " t he School of'Aeti Chess Club's annutl] tImooetjounhiP tookocy., just completed. retoolted to a totn for lMr. Spoeret:Crahonthorp. noith a seore of tove. wi...
THE EASTERN THEATRE OF THE WAR [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 21 November 1914
THE?rEASTERN THEATRE OF THE WAR - At the present moment the greatestmmenace offered the German Emoire is that irom the At the present?otmeont-tthe"?greatestmenace offered?.the German Empire is that creel the, .tussian advance through-Polandinto East Prussia, In the west thiigs are for theotiee •being:at a.standsteilailth)ugh news is expected at any time -that the EIaiser' forces have." begun:the.eir retreat. ' ;Meantime. al .eyes ar: turned on. the vast -hordes thiat arc. marching like ?a.osolid wal oL:hunanity upon.,:Thorn, Pooen, and- Breslas.- Y?Yterday's news thart: th-eToer's ianrmy ad gaineadyetsoanother heavy victory ever :tho enemy is vary significant. With Cracow'L?' anapopeition of the utinot.danger all further ?opposition from Austrna-Hun-. •ga.ry.may he said to have:been.obviated. .This being so, we-may soos expect to see the:whole mihcn f the hear thrown.'aainst the German st mies that are new. . m askin g as best: they can the' advance' up'on·Berin fromr the` East.
DURATION OF THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 21 November 1914
DURATION OB 7HR WAt. Therakising oL troos soitogland shoa zn o war~all not lasnas long amen was goe? fyfrandit thDoa nnions i' rWiho mst bUC a source, this h?t already' sent, or he training to send lares:ahonts It0Ottfl men.- There are over LOtOODe~nrolled. so· the-.uoted. fIiordom. ~AlL thiss~- averyea~stib.. factory· inins ihethe ·war Jhool4 ~beprotolngeld. hot-st is nevertheless of deep inte~restto ·hcar that MrI ~Asqinb -stated.' thait it is possible 'theC woar waill not lost as tong as wais gene~rallyanui rcipored. Comingi from sorba soorre, this state mont is weighty, paoctprobably potots not so much to' the "effect of the military operations as to that of the internal situation in Germany. We have scraps of news from German sources which show that the economic condition in the cities is very grave, and there are hints of trouble arising through: starvation .and unn issloise?nt... This was to be expcted,- The "whole of thesie.atrade is stopped,there can he no wiork at the port...
SOUTH AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 21 November 1914
SOUTH APRICA -Thc South African Government seem tohbe handling the nebellion -err efctively;-. re .hear nothing more of Marita. Byers has been defeated, and there only remains Do Wet in tMC Orange Riper Co~lonry to be crashed. Gene ral Smuts has made a loyal and patriotic-speech pointing out. chat the rebellion is a disgrace to the flooth -African Umoo, as, on tlse fithof' the Governmene, the-British had removed thir] troops from South Aforita General Botha- is commanding the. forces. a Warlike. position which no other-Prime -Minister in-the Empire has ever held, and:one which no otherftoldier-inP Sooth- Afric is, anwell -ftted to fill. _:::.:"-I
THE POSITION IN POLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 21 November 1914
THE POSITION -IN POLAND. The advance of the Rirsians cbntiinuesevery where. The main ariny, after its great victory near -Warsaw, is following up the retreating German army, and is getting near the 'rontier of Germany, which, indeed, we-hear that some caisvalry have crossd' near Kalisch PoFurther south the Russians are advancing fromni the San River towards Cracow, while their left has thrown part"of the. Austrian army through Galicia into the Carpathian mountains. - The Austrians intend, to defend; Pizemysl. and Cra cow, bhut are' in any case cut off from the Ger man army, because the Russians have peine trated between them, and are now'within'35 miles of Cracow. On the northern theatre of war the Russians are invadiig East Prussia again- over the greater part of its frontier, al though we hear of their receiving a chech near Allenstein, ichere they were defeated early in the wac,. The northern Russian force is pro hably miuch weaker than their other armies in Poland, where the mai...
The Reckoning: How we have Tied up Germany's Trade [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 21 November 1914
The Reckoning: How we have Tied up Gernany's Trade Now that-the Emded has gone, and that the net is beinig drawn round the rest of the few German pirate warships at large, one can make op the rekoning and see at a glance the havoc that has eean" aused to Germati trade. Much has been said of the spectacular feats of the German-cruisers atlarge in the Pacific, Indian,-and Atlantic. Oceans. The Kaiser. Wil helm der Grorse, ibte Emden. and the Karlsruhe have contributed to the disaste.rs which have overtaken 43 vessels flying the British hag. But the British trade still goes on, carried in British - bottoms. Against this handful of British-ships which have suffered at the hands of the Germans is this formidable list of Ger man and-Austrian merchantsen which have been captured,, seized, or arrested. a: British and oversea ports since the outbreak of the war. - -" GERMAN. Adlolf, 943 tons... -. .?usanne Vinneir Adolph; 85 tons "teroniad 691 tons Adelaide Friedrich,-1525 tons Alfred, 130 t...
TWO DAYS IN A WOOD [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 21 November 1914
TWO DAYS IN A WOOD An officer a thel 11th MExsars. In an account of the flghtlrg at Maons and of his e?sequent: adventures, saysa: During this long retirement w1ont- Relnond was that the Germans were ot::very goeb:a e regardh the usenof the rifle. but the field gun- ners were .extreimeIly good.: The dd`s- were habout 25f to one against yod all the tlme?n W-oe were sent right olt-Itn front of'everybody to the place if honor; "Alter asi doysn' wan left' With 26. men to--hold tho:Germano" back while' the others got awaiy, hbut we were surroinmded by a brigade of Germani ,avalry. =First of all we tried- to get across-country and were caught up in barbed wire, and 'they turned two mnn chtne-guns? on:n?. Thoy killed a lot of horses,. but.not: many. men.: Me theni fought our way on to the road wchlch leads into the. village of Moncourt.. The village was held by the Get mano, barricaded .with machine guns, .and as we went Into -It we were belnt shot at from behind and-in front, and there wo...
THE GARDEN ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 21 November 1914
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. riTO soIr (in answer to "3.D.C."): TYe. Irt -ill do well to torn this eoer * few limes before i aed whee-done sg .break, it up and keep a ahare eje"feor worms--a Geat pest if aney find their way into the compost employed for pot plants, tor otee Itaide the pott they are dfleult *to dislodge. LImwe -eater or a weak solution of carbonate of ammonia e3 tEed with this obtert with more or leees suetst . DAFFODITE IN.POTS (in aser to "A,,mteur").-T-ctt plantsee e e ne to aest naturally, and you ehetld eoe .hasten tlwe'-In any waey. Jeet gere theme eater aa heeded, bet leate the witherineg oliaee? etoe. Wtea - it iae died down -entirly bou may hhae .out the be bllea-d store saee in a cool. dry outhouse- eti. you are ready to replantL Bulbs of the "'Emperee; "t e elnprree'" type oteht not to remain oet of the * etil more. than a few weeks, alter goehg to reel for ~-the reaen.. - , C1SAliIIUMSI TO" PNOPAOATef (in answer .t, "tCltdya").-You hare failed to atrihe the...
THE DOG WORLD ANIDEAL HOUND—THE BORZOI CLUB AND KENNEL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 21 November 1914
THE DOG WORLD AN-IDEAL HOUND--THE BORZOI CLUB AND KENNEL NEWS The annouslcmeting of the "Bulldog Sotoetj df N?:. 'Wales"ai'held orn Sfoicmer c' ."ereral new members re elected.- and" the dollooiog "orcor appointed: Patcon. Mr..Alfhn Cce; president. 10r.-W. Curtis; boo. ocoeotry. Ibm C. Fletcher; bon. trfgcarer. Mr. flL Wood; ommoittee. oesas. . ,N. Pottcf k, J. Le Couteur, Ira Clark. W. T. White. C. Slerfc ,. r. Anderson. and F. E. Wimblc. The-annual report ond beonnce-heet disclosed a oalance of? £581812 in bano. It 0a0 doeided to write o'lctter of oympathy to Mr. Albou s e. sho lies ceriouslo ill. The prosident pro 0ented t00o silcer cps for competition at the Society's ohow. one for the beot dog and the other for the best bitol. Mr. Pottriet outlined the work done tt the general meeting-of the Kennel Club of N.5. Woles re the'propoced combined show. and Mr. Le Couteur and Siss Fletcher were appointed opeelal delegates to a00 on behaol ofthe Soelery In fo0tu0e negotiationo. blobh ...
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 21 November 1914
FRIDAY, NOVEMIBER 13. Fire on board Adelaide S.S. Co.'s steamer ,jrilla at Pinkcnba. st..a. r Newcastle's coal export trade showed in crease over previous week of 40,000 tons. ,-)..... . .. s.... ,., . ,, ,. ,? .. ,: .' z, ,:?'; ?:
SUMMER FLOWERING BULBOUS PLANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 21 November 1914
OUBC?itER hLOW.iTilI BULBO0US PL-lNIS. - Among-the noblest of theoe oretndlubtell the Crt n0un00 of rhtich "'C:- mforei" o ?perehpsoone of the most usefol od~ genoralty hnow0: "·C. Powelfl" and "(0, Powell ilbtomo" are also grown to some extent in our gordeoo. and oenl do- they. deoe-e ail the atten Shot given theto.for hey are indeed.worthy-ot it. Theoe rloomtat require deep. oilott on and a geeneo?y _n elohed toll, with omple iupplieo of tes r during thete period of rapid growth. When this to well-tlgh ccm plete, a brhef period of deoogt scemr to the- wrter to bhe heoef of b the foeeram oeretonl tionto up more freely if' "oteodler" of this, kind-is t rout t hbout. hut the woter nnoy ott .o toee 0 0 with ad ntnge. to thee are seeo to reo to. tho bud feim the wooih'o geeeroey which hoo shelteeed them., oithhold log tome one'the .fet fower ehas eoponded. 800010 r00 terrlbly tohublesoe to -rinemt. tot. only do they ch,,'-th) otere-'peontomtlh, thelattoer by. the .hetter' sod. deosetha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 21 November 1914
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Cure for German Drugs [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 21 November 1914
~BOb~ ~g~p. ~TP~B~ ~IT~$ "That article in your paper last week, put ting it up to the doctors to prescribe drugs by their chemical names instead of by German trade names, has already had a good effect," said the manager of a large Sydney chemist's store. "Our dispenser tells me that quite anumber of presceeptions sent in during the week have given Australian pharmacentical for mulae instead of proprietary trade-marks. I'1 show you our book. Yes, here is 'acetyl-sali cylic acid' called for instead of 'aspirin,' for instance. Get the doctors to use the A.P. for mnulary habitually, andyou will do a good thing for everybody all r5a~nd." . The Federal Parliament is now busy with a bill drafted on Imperial lines to permit the is sue of licenses for the manufacture of goods covered by enemy patents or registrations. This would enable druggists to put up prepara tions under German trade-names and sell them as such untilthe conclusion of the war; but when the war was over the original propri...
Sarah Bernhardt Calls Franz Joseph a Living Corpse [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 21 November 1914
Sar Beart Cals Franz Josep a Living Corse All sorts and conditions of men and -women s~ve had their say upon'the rights and wrongs of the present conflict. Some have written out of the fulness, of their knowledge, others merely because they felt that they owed it to their reputation to do so. Sarah Bernhardt has now ,ntered the arena with the following effusion, a "special contribution" to the pages of the "San Francisco Examiner." . If. it is remark cble for nothing else, it will be long remem bered as perhaps-the bitterest-excoriation that the characters of both the Kaiser and his unfor -tunat ally, the Austrian Eniperor, have ever received. - The "Divine Sarah" writes. under date "Villa Eureka, Andernos les Baines, Gi ronde, France, Septemnber 26".: Is there anything more tragic, than "Le Mort Vivant" the living-corpse, as it.wends its way beneath triumphal-arches. decked with garlands of flowers and for. which glorious "Te Deuins" are chanted ? . The mind revolts at th thought ....