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Kill and Keep on Killing is German Method [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 21 November 1914
I: . : :-dl 18:'~I~od ~ i ~'qs~w- suuu~r_ ·a~a·prpr~. · ~~mr·_ 'PLIIB~SL~P~~p)-. _--~I Evoer nation Bus its own form of-tactici, and quito.e, an Individual method oft lighting thIl enemy, which has developed with the centuries; it it a national tactics . - - - The tactis of France and Germany were al ways opposed, not only from the point of view of the technical side, but also of principles. During recerA years (writes .Lieuto-Colonel Rousotam Bek in- the "Daily Eipreso") the -old Frenchmpthod of tactlcs was very strictly criticised by the young strategists of the French army, and Frince- has. adopted many mnnovn tions. Germany, with her "methodical" Judgment, hbellovee that war cannot go in harmony with culture' In consequence the German strategist understands the war as the method of annl hlating the enemy-that is all. This idea-of annIhltion was the basis for Germre~s traetegyand tactics. From the ac tlvlty of patrols to the attack by the main army, the doctrine of destroying the...
MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 21 November 1914
MISCELLANEOUS: ITCHENER (to' "b.M.W.,' Goulburn) : No. CAKES (to 'HRtotrical.' Sydney): Alfred the :G reat of England. PrCTURE (to "J.T.." 'ose Bay) Tile plctuit Is .of the son of the apeaker. BATTLESHIIP'S BROADSIDE .(to "J.B.F.") -This question was answered on November SOLICITOR (to "'eoder," Mhortla):-No arm of solicitoirsof that name: is known in -Sydney; CITY MURDER (to "A?BC.").--The tragedy in-question took-plate at the Royal Hotel, 42~.George-street, City. :.: WAR DECLARATION- (to "L.W." Potts Point).-Great Britain declared wai on Ger many on August 4 .1914.-,' HERBALISTS ,(to.Constant") .-Any of. ths warehouse drugg&?st in.Sydney will supply herbs in wholesale quantities. PIPPINS (to "OG.' Wofollongng).--f I it is desired to ihip them in cases they. should .b - rstwrapped' i on tissue or thi paper. : DEATH OF: RELATIVE (to oM? ");-Tie. * ofiee -of the. Registrar-General, on payment of a 'smIt-fee,-will supply all the.information needed.;' DISQUAIPI?I) J? PCKEY (to. ...
POULTRY IMPACTION OF THE CROP THE CAUSES OF EGG-EATING ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 21 November 1914
POULiT RY :UPACTION OF THE CROP THE CAUSES OF EGG-EATINC ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. Xu.E.C. (Bathurst) writes : "Some of ny fowls haoe de veloped the habit of feather-eating. Can yoo ouggest tbhat treatment I ohould adopt t" Art.-: This ob Jectionable habit is uooally contracted by lowl. in dose confinement. etinted in green stuff and grit, ood in want of ocupatioo. A good ru0, a constant 0up ply of green otuff (onions are copecinlly Eeroiceable). i.W. (llamilton) asks for a core for ecaly leog. An-. : This condition, of the' okin upon the limbs of fowls is due to defcliency in the 0 ecretion of oily product. Owhih cooates the lidn to dry up and become split into diosions resembling Seal0s. The moet effectual .treatment is rubbing the pasts-dally with equal part0 of 000001i0e ood zinc ointtment; or, to 0000e 00 ' 00000nc of sulphur, hoff an 00000 of otide of oio 000 drachm0 of oil of tor. ond 000000000s of whole oil. mixed together and applied daily, will be loood 0ervwleable. Somet...
PEER'S HEROIC SON. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 21 November 1914
I PEER'S HEROIC SOI. Lord Stanley, the eldest son of tLord Derby, i. the hero of the incident which was described I as follows: An officer who. was proceeding I a.:ong the road in charge of a .nurmber of led iro.mss received information .that .there ,were :omc oi the enemy in the neighborhood. Upon -reing them he gave the order to charge, whereo .pon three German oficers .and1QS .men-sur :cndered. Lord Stanley, who. it attached .to General Smith-Dorrien's-staff, could not hava had mofeohlian a handful of men-.with him Sven.he bluffed the Germanss into sunarcc.d ,
UNWISE ANTICIPATION [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 21 November 1914
UNWISE ANTICIPATION ..ThousandTh of duplicates. of the'·above 'elec tric sign, Der Tag ("The Day") were purchased by the German Government just prior . to the war and distributed throughout the streets of Berlin. From this and other facts now known to us, it is abundantly evident that no money vwas spared to make the war as populor in the eyes 6f the civil populace as it was humanly possible. (Photo by courtesy of Mr. J. B.,Gleeson). , According 4o, Prlvfte Thomas.Bloomleld, of Ihe Esste Rigment, hoaff thsFtle~ninBa.o saw,' wrhileIobtsitne a± .%lombra i .fp6~(aite. nA sbt'tn if~mhlt~t, I
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 21 November 1914
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NOVEL & INTERESTING INVENTIONS THREE ADDITIONS TO ALLOY FAMILY [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 21 November 1914
NOVEL& INTERESTINS INVENTIONS THREE ADDITIONS TO ALLOY FAMILY T-hr?ei nei alloys are mentioned'in the report of the Ame-icain .lnstitute of Metals. A Frenchi patent has been recently Issued covering the piroduction' of analloy from copper, einc, and: silicon' which. is - claimed to possess great tenacity, reiStanoceto acids and alkalies, and to be capable .of rolling into finished shap-es. A n:ew -type "of alloy, having light-prodicsing -propertiesaind :produced-by addling 5 per cent. of metallic-ceriuim to an alloy of maganese and antimony, ·has been patented in Germany, while an? alloy" of iron, .nickel, and copper :-claimed to hbe nonocorrosive,: malleable, of great tensile strengthl and capable of being rolled, drainrn; or cast; has 'been patented in this country;
OXYACETYLENE CUTTING AT BROOKLYN NAVY YARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 21 November 1914
OXYACETi~LkNI CUTTING AT BROOKg - LYN .NAVY YARD.. The oxyacetylene torch ic used exteisivelyfor. cutting steel in the navy, and at the .Brooklyn Navy Yard tlee? is so niuch cutting done by the gastorch thatan extensive plant hasbeen installed for the manufacture of oxygen. In a room abouttlt[, long and Oft wide arelocated 50 cells hrrdnged in two double rows~wicth an aisle betweein. The method of generation is the electrolytic decomposition of water into oxygen and hydrogen;' These two gases are generated in 'separate ornsplnatments- in: the cells ,froi which they jiass into gas holders located on the flood below.: - - -
ECCLESIASTICAL WAR JUSTIFIED BY MORAL EQUITY DR. MARTINEAU'S VIEWS THE RIGHT OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 21 November 1914
L ECCLESIASTICAL WAR JUSTIFIED BY MORAL EQUITY DR. MARTINEAU'S VIEWS THE RIGHT OF WAR. - "And I saw -heaven opened, and, be hold, a whitea horse ; and he that rode upon him was called Fai thful and True, and in righteousness he dot judge and make war. And he wa clothed with a vesture dlpped in blood; and his namse is called the" Word of - God."-Revelation, chapter tL v I3. On this thext Dr. Martineau preached a ser mon durting. the Fracos-Prussian War, which ha taken its place among theaont classics. By the. last .English mall we learnt that cthis ureton was being reprinted as a pampihlet and dist ri buted throughout England. It isworthy of at tention hby every thoughtful man, and may prove a tood to the sendvmentaliots-and a re frge to the'perplexed. a a. . . SDr. Miartineau begins the sermon by pointing out that a good many religious persons who are averse to war, do not oshrink frQm pou lating violence in the unseen.; They -forbid to men retribution or constraint, yet they threat...
"YOU MUST SAVE THE GUNS." [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 21 November 1914
"Ate thl firng at Soiss-on hadia ted two and a half.housrs the oder to: ietire wasi ovn. . -This w .e:did. through.a'.'ood.- 'Then 'General: "' Davis came along amid said; Turn about, men; . .you 'must' have the guns t;altllos?s.'? Therm: - -the'n' werlbJool?-about 50 of us1 ..aod ' w i"?adeh - a c',series of.thort rushes, under· ahedavy shrainel.. ," Sfire initil we ~were .up~to lce guns. The, Gee. mains w'ere nor more tha~n alOqnls..a'ayr~u huE we were getting'i :ve?ry?: fr hiUrt;,thire we~o?uld pee the Germans. going dowp in sricres 'Every - •'shot to:.urs'0tod, it:. being'i?sspossshlteto msiss Sthe enemy, whio- had formed· frm ~ix Ia ~:ten · ' dp.p We couild see: os:are?illes'helt l si " -i m 'ow?ng theeemans down, bus itir A "they?r?" .cn Presmently iihe brder ot t us to . handgn the g . .'ut.' g. Al.'ai yorung tis'. - ,lenanl Hihbber iid I:d;hyto, by'we,\wiU neviir'. let a Geiman ti:he a . ttisht g--dThle' o6r?d - i Tht~ runt· ha~~Td c i~nt ll'thete :ammcunition 'lrl~ wt'bepr'...
The Danger the United Kingdom Incurs [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 21 November 1914
Theapp& Dan then United Kgdom In eus Evidence has not- been lacking during the past few weeks that the British Government-is a: last awaking to a full appreciation of what its responsibilities are as regards the hosts -of spies that are indubitably still in residence in the heart of the Kingdom pursnlng their dubi ous way without let or hindrance, and very mnuch to the loss of the Allied anrmies in- the field and their fleets upon the water. The shoor ing of the spy Lody in the Tower of London and the imprisonment of Karl Ernst are cases in point. Still, it must be admitted that right fromn the outset of hostilities the authorites kept a vigilant eye open for the doings of possibir wreakers of evil to the.safety of the people at large and of the Empire generally; Ezactly to what length sonicme of these precautions 'went may be judged froin the following extracts *.ipped from an American source. While it would be a mistake, of course, to take all that is said as a matter of f...
SWAM THE AISNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 21 November 1914
SWAM TUE AISNE. A pilot and observer of the Royal PlyinU Cdiors. wre. foirced b..y "a bieakage: in the 'acr-. n?tlon e descend in theen een y.n lines. Tho, pilot man?ged to ?pancake his ii~achine down . to eaith, and the two esacaped. into some thick undergrwth in aw.wb ocThe.nea?y camec.up ?ind ?eiie4 tlie. siia~~lled" ?hine, bit-'dld nb:t." seia-rch fociour teni vt mocheaL. -The lattcr "lay hid.till dark .uand tlenfound ;ther way" io the. Aisne. acrbsswhilch they-swain, rdacn .' camp in-safety, but barefoot?"d."
INDIFFERENCE TO BIG GUN FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 21 November 1914
. INDIFFERENCE TO BIG GUN BIRE. 'The brunt- o the resistance has naturally. falten upon the -infantry.: In spite of the tcat -' ..t.hat they Ihave. bei -drenched, to the skin.tor Ssome days and their tfenches have been 'deep in' mud and .atcr, aid in spite ot incessant 'night alarms and ,"of the almost contiinuo-s - Bombaredment to: which they have been 'tsah jected, they have son 'every occasion been rady for the enemys infantry twhen the latter have Sattempted to asatul, and they have beaten. themiack Jd with greaft loss,- 'Indeed. the sight of the 'pucelhauben'. coming- up has been a po-" sitive" relier after the long trying hours. of in.. action under sh.'l ifre. The'obj ct oa th- great 'proportion: of, artillery: the .Germans enmploy is- " to beat down:the resmitan e of the "eenemy'by - a concentrated -and prolonge- fire and. to, shat" .ttr their, nerveywi, high explosives belore the infantrry-,attack- is launched. : They ' ste'- to *-have" reldedl on;'doing "this -.with us, -b...
COMMONWEALTH PATENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 21 November 1914
COMMOrNWEALTH PATENTiS' :Jkeaoe. t'lotrt";'tadn nHatel, Paient Ai ; taooet; 71?Cr atleoree ct, S-dney, reprte'that thiotalloo tog e"'pl cation.s tor patrnta hbae been lodged at tbe Coa.A ealth Pateat O0ee, telhourne:- ) 4 acCarthy. "lmprvaeote to relating to plug taps." Filed October 28. Itl.-eosa. "Apparatuts or "mcchoaacally "oortinE Screwo, rteoto, and the like." Filed October 28. Genelat Etectric Ctomapany lotIprovemerottt on and relating to oelctrical ditchaoge appacatuot. titad Octaber 22. -- " ' . - ,. - o. n. Jones. "Xoepveard .priatder Fild-Ortoaer 27. . A. P. Rectlr. - ".,Impraements tn traee. opreaders." lcled,.Oetober "20.. : to- ti,, . . - .'- . cC ool. ." 'n? amr e p~ ta io gciO 4 .a t Flied'O ctober 2. ' tin,-ao ?,.- - acfd aa to 2wrc'.I;o : . ~.boa'elu'7; .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 21 November 1914
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The Grim Story of the Fight from the Firing Line [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 21 November 1914
- --e h S o -e "But the. Germans, wait till we get at ' em next I Know what-they: did? Why, when we were in- the water, -swimming for our lives, they came-up t to the 'conning towers of their boats and laughed at us; Yes, jeered at.ns I". The story of a' survivor of .H.M.S." Cressy sunk by a German submarine ,flotilla in-the-North Sea. .And:. our. sailors risked torpedo attacks to save S the lives of'the Germ-Huns who treated them like.this . t:. . S COWARDLY HUNS-MISUSE THE WHITE FLAG. How the Germans trapped-the Guards dur Ing "the ,battle of f'the Aisn'c.by- misusi-ng "the . white flag was 'dscribr d by a number of wounded- men .who returned. home. SThe Germans in fropt of us hoisted a white flag, . and a company of Coldsreas, a half oompany of.the Irish, Gtards, anida nnmbher of Grenadiers and ConhauKlhts wnt -?r ard.io i .'ake.them prisoners.' Whe'n:we gqt nto: the t : .open a' terrible, fire-from concealed.- batteries wais poured on'us .at:close range, and'the Ger Snans who ha...
PRISONERS IN THE FIRING LINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 21 November 1914
PRISONERS: IN THE- FIRING LINE. . Private Humphrey L Simmons, :a ntive oi" •Woburn Hill, Addelatone, Surrey, ,who.BWentto .. Prance with thheadquarters staff'of the E-" pelitionary Force, Writes :- .. : ' ;.. ' ..-"I was out :'ith.'the Austin car coitvoyieng. three .motor-lorries'i . ith supplies, .when a cavalry brigade took us prisoners, and tbook Severything I had, witho thie exception of the ' clothes I was earing. Al ur men, 0 in'all, . 6 including an officer, were put .back. to a wa and kept there .weth an armed guardnwt - - "I was madelto turn the motor rouid. They • put eight Germansi in the car,; and I had an"s officer With "a revolver -pointing at my. heed' Standinig .on th -step.. They-then mnade.me re I ccnnoitre the Ijillages for-two. hours looking for the 'positions of the British troqps,1 whitli theysdid not .nd, although they went nuighty close at one tim ..-.. . '. .' ; .."' "On returning to the same: spot.we .were put in the middle of a line of German .cavalry abou...