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HUNS GLOAT OVER ATROCITIES FRENCH BOY SCOUT WHO WOULD NOT TELL SMILED AT DEATH [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 28 November 1914
HUNS GLOAT OVER ATROCITES FRENCH BOY SCOUT WHO WOULD NOT TELL. SMrLED AT DEATHL In ass official communique the British lIress' Bureau draws- attention to a German publicsa tion in. which atrocities on-the part of tthe Falser's troops are exalted; It says-: .Among the non-in.frequent German pamphletl seized' by the Ciustom Hause asithorities from liens at ports of landing; some are prit" in English, or what is expected to pass for Ehg lish) ; otherg are in' the original tongue A?nong the latter is a little volune- caiTed' "I*riegs Chronik," con?isting parely oi a highly inrustu- worthy clhronsicle or te war,.partly of soldiers' letters from. the-fronrt As shoving the methods of: thought of the enemy, .these last have- con siderable vaiue. It is not- the truth or false hood ofi-the teales, in them that intterts. but tis applause and. self-congratslations of the writeris on deeds of gross treachery and criflty claimcd to have been done by the writer; themselves or their comrades. The f...
GREY, THE ARCH-CRIMINAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 28 November 1914
- GREY, THE It.C-ictRIMINAL. - This is~ had enongl~i, bt it is not the worst, of It. This is how tl?e "Magdebnrger Zeltuong, take?_prthe tale: 'B?Rred.riota of a fdrmidable character haveo occuroi?edin nearly all the lead ing towns inrthe midlands. Bakeries anddgene cal shops were storme iland theircontents scat • tred about the strects whee subsequently the1 werebsras.bled for bhy-the i.l.f-starved cdrow? These mostly consistdof :ceipplrs aged per sons, and children nrcily?ever able-bodled man n. thelocalit having been pressed into the aiesy .while-under the ,sflnence- of -drugged liquor.I T o.sunch apass h;s wealthy, conliortable BrI tain been sa iret by theailed-hlinsLnaGrey andtn -t his satellites who aided blns in starting this iiiraticalca camipaign againso cultred Germany."
NO USE FOR BRITISH POLTROONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 28 November 1914
Nro USE FOR BRITISH POdLTROONS. the nareme.blow to Britain ia o dphinisiersd by-thoe "'amburgei FremiJenblatt.' Of5icially, the nam. of the GCeman pebple? it haa dis-. Owniqz,-and dlowned oas" o, on th aubto 2·'ia( ?- statmnita publahoed" in .the- loondoi 'EXvenln-Post,"~ a pper which: doco not rint. ·"Conutecnadon regns In Lemaonr it declarco "alnce tho'hero-adeed of thebo UP. British ep have been so long fed on the cloying t of their naval snupremacy and invin "-biity ttthetaste of defeat-becomes excep tlonally it their mouth.- That much we Can udetand d;'it i bht uman.- But we never : thought thatthe riiti ss hbd o little backbone In their anatonsy a too about the stretos whonlng about'a dpr aster which,after all, Is no : thin more than-ls to be expected in war time.: SHitherto w0 cIaimed~the "islanders as our coml fins beteabe we edlted them with many greatl . qualities that are coenially- German. Since, however; we have weitnessed their despair at the Geiman ses-dogs' prowcnsu,...
LYING PICTURES OF BRITISH HOOLIGANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 28 November 1914
LYING PICTURES-OP BRITISH HOOLIGANS. - SThe "qHamburger Premdenbla~tt" prin~tsa let te"r which" Herr Ballmn, of th'e HanlnuirAme-" -elba )#.a'ddreosss to the peoples of-Spaniih .Aeria, in ;which he declares with pefect trumtthat, this war has evolved "a ?ned 'and dangero-us enesy whose heavy aitillery-is re , presented~by lies as hig as nsts.".Y"In vietw ? ?i -'the iioratrinum of trch declared by Great Brl in ?" he wrCites, "the inhabitants of Central add S·oiuth Aienica. will enceforth be constantly s.8upipied with' intelli"bnce i rltcd- in-Spanish" - aid giving the ihost volunmnojs details .aboui t .thereal course of evets in the war.: This.war is btoiht npon qs a tew and dangrous eym,- . .ihose hbi ey? r a lle i rerersentcd by, lies "an big- .s"fists,-whose light cavalry conslots'fI nipirionn? amndthreats: and-whose armen, after rising to- huights of allged impartal" obser-'s, va~ition, fingC drwn 6solns from thins ewiel ror :I . - .· -r- - ..i .:... . .....: I-·.!i£@ .i~t i??? -...
SOLUTION OF PROBLEM No: 1007. (By R. Brodie, Redfern.) [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 28 November 1914
SODLUTIOI(OF I'RO2L?.1 N?o 1207. (fly 2i. 1irodlo, fl..dr.e.) hlit. I: 112I 21 . 1 1Iiingw 2-. 21 lbite 1rrplktp rod: rote nf--'2?. 15--10 .- T-lltu.lnp~tf nd;wi 2-4 1-l 2--7 " - "'IB -10-,21. 21-I--S - 7--10(.) 2-14, 1S--17(b)11--15" 2t---19' 1? aS 3--8. ICI-.-ID' • 2---2B?'" 2l-21 2-ro 4-1 10--21' l~hito rlrr (s) 8-1-. 2-t- --. 2-2,.C 4-1. 1 . -.-12. Iltcered Itm :A. ,syte, 'IYreekvile:. 1. SLrD-lre. 2-.m201e.;. C. 3 n1l)',. 1L2a1e2 1;, . J m2 n;. 1202122 21. Ooibh., Peamont ; 12 e:.roler, Pad~ldngtror, :'. a. ?felrron, Pyrmole:. Pot?rlte 1111212 .dro .. 1201 e. 1 Cro14. . 1r. roeror Ee.. 1201 IL J 12iiy 1)roroy amiC. 2, flyee 114221112
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 28 November 1914
T0. CORfL ESl'0 ENiW LNuT1IusIAI (~ri 1d~u dlk)· Pkol~ilm+ mdv'b' andi fnran. w cwmoryi l~in nIear b god. Will gb ful.. frtog thrn; on: pol~llol .lIoollP .flI.Bl~.':. Trhnok, or. prooblems Will bool ole-o. tou dlonoooo Ogog: .. 1UU: WOiOte to- Dy?ooojg ; Bookgellooo. Ceoo . efreoe Fro-i bout 1/- y?ou. on. got ohaody litto. blioot moglgnlnog muolh ifomutioo. A. L ALI: Problem o ,eloed. ThgokL Will 1.. t . ODIlE: IHoo ottote: the, q~rect oitlnlt. - Will. gamp~e that .end-?o?' C thol opportm itr..: Fgon. hrntS Oogepoeon it Ippeors, to' Ogt a·'"Igit"'" god" Wor'ty tto, ,oobr you: gle it. Your" probleo, (10-f. ems~cr popohotoo' otoeguLodt coogdletoblo' lototee.
THE GARDEN ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 28 November 1914
AtJGweRS TO CORRESPOHDOETS oflCflB FOA:MuaTs'EUn (tin ooer t '/,,OrctlA").. -.?-1"onboob1 o0mn cm with ao, eooiljgrown eop c ie. -zy "yprdiedlum Isognoe oad Ito nrfteleo 'C. Villom," "'C. IloobtiUm,.' nod othte&" A feten. of the moto esiy-grown" "Deodrobes," ,"eloaeo' oond· C'tloyas. moy- ifllow to, yr doto'g; e _,yu. san c?-sue? lvtth tb~eze-loreS. 4?lo,:ez jiotIEONE JAPO-NICA .L1A (j otrrr to"Lad").- 'Thee phnnthny-totaeithl ot-m ou?liL deep aol tlr~otboo poeto to odoot~iotol ~d:3 oloo rdnt thoopto pie oV toater det-~ their" ot ief period of geowtu nthroaPT6ot s otooee bobot dltitbtot ottoto. to bI obtoo-eolitont the- old' "Itonooae. Jonbert" t, still' * w~tb-goototrot -OTh P/lA S (o tn anoswer to "Yillie°).--Uottt the tool. iorT, et.iler, firm- bold- of tile to l vor ltlooO be- ray meefofl~j gireo or yoo. toutl toh- lot Iof the tot-meotiorned out o" the- pot- itdh tr.be "tt'~Dl. flood tO- the- spool. otl- Ik·-rpott tthle oambh-oo7 of-"tte o-efioe soil' myo' ber oroioltrd ...
FLORAL NOVELTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 28 November 1914
to o &lt;limotel ilke ors, dhere- plnto gor onr" e2,. foote joot as ro?ly. nodt pldrttde Lounodanee ol seod, it so?n n piti they.- is t;ot tom eooteprino ohown in enderors to gne us something uew nod meore heoutlibt. ln. eonn.tutn wlr esnny of them. TiE, aernge' go dearer hos. but little ijoo--in suolr onrt~ollntnupc---O 'fnddiogZ' in this dioocto;. but themn are- o wntinh, =.mplolomrnhoho might. Ib. ohoir lotditidnnl effotts, at tjnmuch nootesnin. the. cre.otertilineg of-'ome of. th moroe potolnr lnowers.. 0e rse oo d : seed'.=- notn the mrl .t? orinstne:ot wi. woth oeoll n. fetldoOn nerl'oi~flseld4 of. eme t. tot in- not woortl whilo onnig theooe beomse it o aoeiloolr y on?thLn0"wo O' nilelido wonioko- ohonoint rmeu 00*. otienorno; hnt if oietlnr~atboninp ot thoonne· ttica~r onto ethod-'i taow of li'thell' bent-nod ooent oeo "mnoe." thet wonldi to' s ohoson of hmopinmenot etl~r"in onlin on' toon-nhp o hoth-shoron by' the pinoto onfiont,' fonom oli"on?eodo i. In of' on, me-...
SOLUTION OF PROBLEM No. 897. R—Q 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 28 November 1914
SOtUTlOS Or PRIOBLEX !S'. 807; 1--Q 3. f?epirvd from A. Ley. Sydncy; C. P1ers, As1h4eld. (key. move well oal (e1bd);, "Plan,"' Sfrlh- Ryde (W, Ie-cry pre~tw problcm?;. A. lUodgkinson.,, Newrcstle:, II. De. Veto. Sewtowrn (tLh delen~e- ol 1l U' excpItioual y :bDod) ; A. Dviri? hfrrickr-illc; 5. D~euc., Darling.point" :(one ol: the best),. e.L., QUeensland (very. di~icnlt). -'urther solutions ol .No. 808 from II.C.C, -?ewcltle, ?n II;T., Yiz?-'rba (Q.).
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 28 November 1914
TO' CORIBSPO DENT5. ?C. A. WHI.L2N(: te 8O. i D It--K 5, I--B 7. Q--K 4: eh, l~t h?#'rt?'? |. :O. . JOSEPIISO. II e B? tinterrp,6s on? - I.Q takcs, tthen I- .. .o iC, C;. ;EIB::If: Br r.I?(o?r':'4). -oar atempt Ials. IV.. C.l ~qrES.- Sor~lr it? Izrt? yaot ..laCt two. ittler| sq~m..'vs f?'ther cn~roe the Dlck ,lBCTr?. (Seul).: Ilg~t.tirL time. 'tl?'gire you, thmr ihlbm'2u1,- t. weeC - " ' "PAIWN" (dtortK B·ydfIi ? yot"?ttcn thle double" P- WIISOI¶:. tm?e 097. se? e Rde toeC. C. T |bb;
NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 28 November 1914
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THE DANGER OF FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 28 November 1914
THE DANGER OE ? tWRS . It requires no great stretclhofimaginatinos e understand how a vessel of the older class of ships is set! on fire by bursting shell durozg an action, because there is s snichb woodwork in her con.trction that cannot be removed without seriously weakening the structi?e ?f the vessel itself. It is a mnut mo'th diffcRl. msatter, though, to set a vesset of a uorosero type on fire unless by chance a shell on trik ing a ship's side. is dellectwt sufciently fat from its orginal line of flighg n peneerate the oil fuel tinks. As tlie latter are sttated~ in " ship's botton with the magazines and shell nooms, this would seem to be onu of the ques ton, as the shell would have brcbcfeore pene tratlng that far. As for the epDlasions which we hear of occurring in these shiups, it mst hb remembered that a shelf bursting in a coneind space, such as a boili?r or engine-room, or even between decks, would cause a much larger ex plosion than it it bhurst tn the open. As. a matter ...
"JUST FOR A SCRAP OF PAPER" [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 28 November 1914
"JUST FOR A SCRAP OF PAPER" The German Chancellor- on Augost 4 tolid the British Ambassador in Berlin that he comld not understand Great Britain going to war with Germany "just for a-Scrap of Paper." In a speech to the: Reichstag on the same day, he defended., tearing up "fhe 'Scrap of Paper" by raying that "Necessity knows no Law." The "Scrap of Paper thius contemptuously referred. to by the German Chancellor is a Treaty made in 1839. Belgian Independence and Neutrality were first assured.by a Treaty in 1831, the guaranteeiang Powers being Great Britain,. Austria, France, Prussie, and Rus sia. This Treaty was confirmed by the same Powers in another Treaty-April 19, 1839 the material portion of which is contained in theidollowing Articles: *. . : ' .- ;': ' ARTICLIE L OF TREATY. * "Her itajesty the Queen of the United Kiigdonm of 'Great Britain and Ireland, his l. Majestyjthe. Emperor of Austria, King of HIungary and Biihcini, his Majdstmy the King '*"of~ the French, his Majeisty th...
PREPAREDNESS OF THE RUSSIANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 28 November 1914
PREPAREDNESS OF.THE RUSSIANS. The vital importance of having everything possible prepared for action at night or during misty and hazy weather, is esemplified by the R-ssians'. goos work against the Goeben. In our own navy at sunset, or when there is a mist or haze asbout, the guns are cast loose and loaded, and what is most important of all, the sights are set at the extreme range at wvhiche the gnlayera can see. The guos are also elevated with the vights laid at the waterline of that extreme range It wouldt appea that the same routine is observed- in the RIusan navy, as, according to the report, immediately the &lt;Goben was sighted, fe was o~pened upon her at a range of fortyr cables or 800 yasnl- a range from which we can gather that the mist wan a very light one. The advantage gained by the Russians in the first few rounds from theEr 12-inch guns setnems to have given ths Goeben no chances of recovery, because the Rusians must have had their guns and sights in- readines...
GERMANY'S ADVANTAGE OF CONCENTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 28 November 1914
iGER?IMAYV' ADVANTAGR OF CON . CETRATION. - As Admiral Jellicoe is to a eertain extent obliged to scatter a number of his ships over a very large area for scouting pmrposes, it is easy to understand- the adtantage Germany possesses in haviig the whole of her fleet con centrated should- she at-any time decide to come 'out and try 'conclusions ,witei on, But as we hear of `ity practiecally obsolete ships patrollingthoe southeast portion of the Worlls Sit nmay be tatbo for granted -that' Adeiral Iellcoe is nullifying the enemy's advantage in this ?rspect as far as-possible b-y keeping the chips that would be onieffective use in battle as nearly concentrated as possible., The Bzritish Admirnal's base for the -vessels engaged i? scouting duties we may be-certain is liandsy Sto that of his- batte fleet, so that the former could join him in sufficient time to intercept the German fleetshould.they attempt, as they threaten to do, to land an army in En?~abd This talk of landing: an army, tho...
"THE WOMEN ARE SPLENDID" HOW THE WOUNDED ARE TENDED IN FRANCE SCRUBBING FLOORS AND MEN CULTURED LADIES ASSIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 28 November 1914
"THE WOMEN ARE SPLENDID" HOW THE .WOUNDED ARE TENDED IN FRANCE SCRUBBING FLOORS AND MEN CULTURED LADIES ASSiST. ·4 Therewa. . .amous offcial phrase in the days of the South African war: "The men are splen did." Thus--they were "mentioned in' des patches.'- Travelling - aboiut in Belgium . and down here in the lush-valley of the- Garonne (says Charles-T. King, aY'Daily Express" cor respondent), I have seen what leads me' to-ex claim, "The women are splendid"!'-: 'Not theirs the wild intoxication of the charge, the thrilling joy of riding full dash at rows of the enemy, of "sabring'the gunners.there" or of xinging pennoned lance to -still the Kaiser's fine Uhlans and stem the tide of oppression and win glory or death in a race nerve-braced with Tender,. gently nurturgd women, French and English, in the valley.of the.Garonne are sooth ing the -anguish'of the twenty-five thousand wounded French and German soldiers, privates and officers, who have b?ieen -brought'to the region of Bordeur...