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IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914
IN BRIEF. NEIUROSIS" (Enmore) : The reply has been forwarded: to you by post "BUFF" (Paddington) : Follow .treatment given above to "M.I." (Mudgee). "PE(RSPIRATION" (Waverley): Removal of woollen clothing at night" is advisable, es peciallj if moist. "A.G" (Dnlwich Hill): Take the following mixture in water three times a day, the last doge at. bedtime: Bromide of potash 5 grains, tincture of belladonna .5 minims, liquid-extract bf liquorice 20 minims, water to oer. ".." XIOUS" (Randwick): Salt-water bathing in moderation would be beneficial to one suf feting with nervous prostration. The diet should be light and. nourishing, with ligift _ puddings, fish and vegetables. Dilate acetic acid may be used as a lotion: The uvula is the pendent portionnof the palate, overlying the tongue.
A Day in the Life of an Army Aeronaut [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914
A Day in the Life of an Army Aeronaut; I am having a grand time, the timthe of my life, and I wouldn't have missed it for any thing. Life out here is so totally different from anything you could possibly imagine that t it almost impossible to descrboe it. As I.?rite' I hear the sounds of a great battle-guns fring, shells buhtrlih ; men are being killed and wounded, while .here am I comfortably writing a letter after a comfortable brcakfast, and ex pecting an equally comfortable lunch. )ut that is because it doesn't happen to he tay turn" for reconnaissance, worso luck. The above'is the introductory paragraph of a letter written to his people by a' Britlah air man from France.' Another letter runs --I got your letter Juat after I had come back .from a reconnaissance of.ahbout 120. mile.. I got absolutely frozen, but I am getting used to that now. Beaides, it's. all in .a day's work. Wasn't quite nuch.an interesting reeonnasseance as usual. We dropped one or two bombs on some bi iouac...
NERVOUS DYSPEPSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914
NERVOUS DYSPEPSIA. "M.L." (Mudgee) complains of neurotic wteakness of the-digestive organs. A.: Your symptoms point to the nervous .tpe-of indigestion, and as a preliminary course you -must .rnmember that healthy digestion re quires a normal state of mind and body. Any condition of the system which lowers the gene ral .vitality will interfere with the' ordinary functions, and the usual symptoms of pain. flatulence, coated tongue, indifferent appetite, ad. irregular action.of the bowels will manifest themselves. The cause must be ascertained and treated. Tke 'diet should be light and consist principally of milk, dry toast, nolled fish, and light puddings. A dose of sulphate of soda or Epsom salts should be taken each morning, and the following mixture in water three times a day before meals : Bicarbonate of- soda lQ" grains, carbonate of bismuth 10 grains, tincture cf nux vro.ica 5 minims, tincture of ginger 10, minims, chloroform water to ?oz.
EXCESSIVE PERSPIRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914
EXCESSIVE PERSPIRATION. "C.S.W:' (Byron Bay) is troubled with an excessive foetid perspiration. A.: In the majority of cases, such as yours, the condition is secondary to some primary affection which requires attention, probably score abnormal condition of the vaso-motor nerve supply is present and requires treatment Eathe the offending parts in hot water ire uently, and then follow with a cold spotiging. For this purpose use ichthyol or coal tar'soap, and afterwards employ smart friction in- dry ing.-The following dusting powder should then he applied : Boric acid powder 2oz, powdered orris root loz,talcum powder loz. Fuller's earth powder is. also very satisfactory. Take half a teaspoonful of milk of sulphur in milk'once a day.
HOW THE FUND STANDS [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914
HOW THE FUND STANDS .. .'_ • . . _- . , "The Sunday Times," "The teferee," and "The Globe'" Proprietors'.. ..20,000 0 Prevauouly acknowledged. .... .. .. 5,307 H. (two weeka' cont.) .. .. .... .. .. S 0 A.G.W., coa's -Harbor .......... .. 2 M. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 20 Mrs. Gary. Sutherland ............. 1 0 N. and U.B., Summer Hill (weekly can.) 2 0 W.P.. Windsor .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... 1 0 PJ.'. Queensland (J.P.) '.. .. ". .. .. 0 A. H. Hammand. Eddie Hammond, Elizabeth Hammond .. .. .. . . 0 8 0 G.E.A., (N.Q.) .. .. .. .. .0 ...... 2 aLoose in'War Fund Box (no name) .. 5 0 Mr. Braun .. .. .. .. ...... .. .. 1 0 121 Tlcbets for Silver Tea and Coffee Service, sold by Miss M. Jar (1st instaluent) .. .. .. .... .. .. .. 122" Albeemurlo'- .. .. .. . 20 S "OJA.H. .... . ...... .. ....... .. 2 From Bill .. .. .. .. .. ........ .. 10 Man (weekly cont.) .2.0. .... .. .. .. 2 0 Frank Hones. (weekly cent) ..... .. :10 "Sunny'Brne" .... .. . .... .. .. 7 6 Cornstalk .. .. - . ....
FINGER NAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914
FINGER NAILS. "W.N." (Telegraph Foint) is troubled with a disease of the finger nails; which gives them a hollowed appearance. A.: The nails are involved in many of the general diseases of the body, and require no special form sof treatment. For instance, in consumption and other wasting diseases, they become much curved and bent, and a similar 'cr.ndition accompanies chronic heart disease. All severe diseases interfere with their growth. and it is often possible to recognise the time and length of an illness, by the position and width of the transverse groove, caused by thi thinned nail during the period of diminished nuitrition. In your case a surgical operation would probably be the only satisfactory method of removal, for once an irregular condition is manifested, the irregularity is very often con. tinued through successive growths of the nail.
Experts Discuss Probable Duration of the War [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914
S? o e its is ic...o.a 1 e-ation of L e a , A grtat deal has-been w-?itter.as to the pa's hibl~,durationi f the warbut there are:tw =articles published in the British. :-Press just to "hand that-are well, worthy: of -notice in this Professor-J- Shield Nicholson, wra tiig.to the !Scotsiman" saays -ay "By following oiut the consequences of the natural:shortage of f?od supplies, etc. aid the _artificial excess: of paper money, we' see that • with the advancement of Winter. the economic pressure will felt more and iore sliverely by "The questionthen arsesIs the ultimate aim and -object. ofthe; war "suckas to induce the'pe.ople tosubmit to cits prolongation? Are S-the. Germans devoted to thn Kaiser as the old -'ighlandei? to their chiefs,or theo R Rssian to -their- Czar? Does the idea of a greaf-r Ger many that shaalldisplace a' greater Britain, appeal ?tothe German masses .: ?If' Germany is c-_onfined within her :own horders.:in -thie-Win'? t:re. what. w.ill be' the:prospect: f .thi dre...
Questions of All Descriptions Answered MEDICAL MUSCULAR RHEUMATISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914
uestions of Al _Descriptions Answere IEDICAL MUSCULAR RHEUMATISM. "Sufferer" (Waverley) complains sf the re :urrence of sharp nuscular pains which travel !rom the hips to the feet A.: You are probably suffering with a form cif muscular rheumatism or lumbago, which generally affects the larger muscles of the baca and legs: The medicinal treatment is similar to that for acute rheumatism. When the at tack comes on rest in bed is'essential, and dry warmth. should be, applied to the painful area. A light diet, with spirits in moderation, is ad visable. Take a dose of sulphate of soda in hot water each morning, and if possible em ploy electric massage and vibration. Hot fo ments and the application of olive oil and methyl-salicylate, in equal proportions, would he of benefit. Take the following mixture in water every four hours to relieve pain : Aceto salicylicacid 10 'gralns, bromide of potash'5 grains, compound.tragacanth powder 10 grains,1 camphor water to ioz: -
A Few Things in which the Kaiser has Failed [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914
e- vise has Faie Is-the Kaiser a failure? -The eply to that - quiestion shoul hbe found' from rparshalling to SgeCther .some ascertained facts -with regard ,to the wgr (a) ..The ,Germaxis Minister -at :Brussels: failed 0to discover 'that the: Belgian, Governme. -would prthohi c? the passage of German troops -:-through B elgium :: -:- .:_ . . . (b) 'The German- :lnibassador 'at .IRome 'faile' to"i t;isco'?er :that, the -Italia?n ,Governmenb ::-would'not support Germrnyin th?curcuin.r stances which hav?- arisen ;a . (c) The Germnio Ambassaaor' to'ithe: Court. of St. ames' failed to 'discover tit -.Great Bri : tain would go to war were .thb ndutrality of Belgium violated.-.'. (d) Trhe Germna;? Amb-assador. at the" Court. of ., .Jaims':failed to percei=e that, in -the ace8ofplblarsl i as i sas i istt all in zd. crnat issersionprevailing in?3"ritainhow, bvrarste,' sstould sat once sust4e (it) "The lmtrintatiMilitary A'ttach&etB Bruissets S failed to see- thRt Belgium would be ena...
GROWERS OF THE GRAPE MONEY MADE IN VINEYARDS [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914
GROWERS OF THE GRAPE MONEY-MADE IN ;VINEYARDS -: The.-eoritmercial ines ofi the: wotid are I.thhm out-ini? Alstolida' to'-gomejte-with any thing." said Mr. Lindeniani 'At:thA s exhibition the -iesbi f New South 'Wales were pitted against ail the products of alllthe British pos sessip.s, yet this State -gained gold rmiedals for every.samiplc.-- .:- ::-- . ?" - . "-. °Speaking'of vrne-growing as for the man.on the .laid, ir. Lindernan said three was nib lbet ter'paying enterpirise that a- farmer":coi!d.take up....No otter crop paid so-?wll, allowed- ouch close settlement,-or gave-stho'ab erfain ilfncoi One man. could tend 20-acres and after the first four years take three tons- of.-gtapes off per acre, which would sell at the winery at £6 a ton The cost of getting the land into,. bear ing was estimated on the estates belonging to his firm at £40. per acre, putting down phy iloxera-resisting vines. After five years the own. er of the 20 acres having spent- 800 in bring ing his vineyard...
"WINES OF INDIVIDUALITY" MUST BE BIG DEMAND FOR THEM [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914
WI.UST :BE BIG DEMAND FOR A: Prcess represeaintati ve- saw the heads pe~l oth-iteso.fit"ssowen. hoe-bovb,. andom i hadin teresting tchats witthest a-pd thre proben pecghts ofvthe indu?stry.pagne i?a iust "Australian wines," said ?itr-Penfold Hyiand; of Pla foyed , havotheany inividuiaity all their own :and that is why they' are achiefong shuh: successi. ";Thbere is no comparison with- hock grownoin tGermany and hock grown in Auan trali'Wcan We here hawine prodequallced anight l frdthtbest saine ovaerietygrapewhchat has local peculiarities 'of. its owni and id. becoming. pre ferredbyme contain muh:more urutIOur -exort Europe. contains many- :vindaiesor" sthht aie pquaydtie Do tors inand the battleUni thated .igdo fohave. reoendr th champ agne area mneust haer played havoc -with' manyrtilcs,; and trampled undeefoot-mony vineyards. " - - MEDICINAL VALUE OF. WiN.N - - LWe r.can peoduce wine equally os light as the best "wines:of Germany, which yet at-the =same lime contain much more nuf...
BRITISH BLUEJACKETS ASSIST IN THE DEFENCE OF ANTWERP. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914
-E7; eT H~Ii i. E. TE A Drltls~i ~avarAnn9 e~1 In in~Ioii. I p~A~6to aflaPpeat frOm 'BelgIu~.-the ~ - Admiralt daspatched a inaililo Orl9adc an~ t*o n Vbr1gad,-tOgCtheI~WIth.BOmO heavy naval guns to Ant. -werp. :,.The. defenco could Iayo been n~a~fltamnettIQitgeI thanIt was but~n~tToiigeuiough; to ahlow-~dequate forces beingoent for, 2±hefr~reHef;wlthout prejudice t~ the tin ~ ~In th so ~tancs'tI~OSOl~Iark and: BritIsh military authorities .declded.to§evacliat the cit The ~vat arniore~i iralna Fnd heavy ~ OIltcI:Annouot neat. -. . Thtawnaaoeci Se~d~.
Pillage and Murder on the Grandest Scale in the World [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914
laea5 on e rM isL Wedi on A ta adtionn-ofitbe ffth -rcpprt .o 'te ntet -tiaint dmmssionnon7 German. violation, of thi"'e Ltbws-of warfare wat istaed tiroiugh he iPress itihreautfea- weeks ago; and is aghastly. re. crrd of atroio crimes. P'articulars are given ,ofmnegder ,and jouootio" cc_ Aegachot and: Lnitvain, already known n'thels Broitish pblicirnd conclusive evidence:is quot ed from the notebooks found on German sol diern rhowere made prisoners at tAerscbot Gultos -Klein,, beloninga tiothe lot ;to-mpany, of `the. 1 redstearm,. writes - PFruit Reo~sbrc1kwe began ti "see soatetllong: ofthe r wi.-buinghouses, walls riddled wit tolleti, thek sof the church- rio h-ion kel sway;th y ohi h.ta et,-o- few isolated crosi ses4 sBowing tlr egraves-of bteui ootmsos t thorwa, We. arrived ' 'it Lbtmvaitilwhich wvas swarmlin witlh' soldiers V Thgp bltodtihpt.. :Y.nd sitr.i frhouo Halte; ame g i a g- after : it allsorts'' of: .things1 q afss(y 'wine bottles:· many were drunk. Aksrsiip5t 1-tn cc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914
AWHAT IS _ THIS? A PERFECT CURE FOR COLD IN TIlE DEAD AND THAT DREADED SCOURGE,. iHAY FEVER ASD CATARRIL EVERY USER (AND THERE ARE MULTITUDES NOW) IS DEIGHTED SW WIT NOZO SUCCESS AND EXTEIN E ?DSILICITY. ONLY SALT . _ -- AND WATER AS DIRECTED? EO DUCS I .. .01 A?) Chem' o,'or Direct, for 1O P.r., from STAIIDAS D DRUG CO., Do Iog Ioue, R*alway Station, S?yn" -.. DONi READ THIS ýlth-ESS YOU WISH T. SETTlR1 YOUR POSITION. amrt. an d lIUS ?t AIAI than molt prokmaloo. II !'each I frm lirdern Ctr. Yoa DIS Y uy ODW. 1 W d Mt, oooe. Th. POLICE. AMDULA4CE WISEU1. Yeto. 0 ,1E :o Thb! School Iort al1Ut. Thom rho Ire 0at ad41t1 " eart lean. ttia UIOI±t.Pa18d Poas.. tui IeU POST. Sit littler WHIRR YOU LIVE. I Cearsae,. to x00000 OU O V IRST-OLAS 110M011 IJRITiR oied'1Ei lSIO. W'etat foe Iledel. ete. 11 THE SURRY MOTOR SCriOO_ (fl.yutara) Conm £C1110 . 38l CAUpIIELL STREET.=tYTDREY.
Cases of Distress that Other Funds do not Cater for [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914
Cases of istress that Othe Funds o not Cate for If you were told that on Thursday. last a woman and her four children had no more than three shillings a?d s-ixpence, between themselves and starvaion, you might be per fectly willing to belitve that. If you were told' that on that same day thee ad been publicly ubscrihbed a .total sum of £f3,0,000 towards the relief ot the distress caused by the clrcamstance of war you might believes that. - If now you were told that those. in charge of the greater part of that money had been approached with a view to obtaining assar ance for those five starving membra of the comntnity, and had refused to -cuntenance their claim to assistance, much as you mignt irelieva what you were told, you could not out am your hearts ask whethtr it was reasonable. Here are the facts : SA woman,- perhaps 35 years of age, weUll spoken. cleanly, striving hard to be respectale. honest and careful-a woman -in a sentence who should be a credit to tbis Australia of ours...
The Supremacy of Man over the Machine [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914
e Suremacy of Man over e acne Every Englishman holds as an instinctive kfith the dictum that more important than the gucnis:the' man behind it (writes a'correspon dent of-the .London -Times"- underidate Paris, October 2). It is a brave creed, and it has been bravelyfproved in this long combat. For the Aisne, 'amongst the mniany lessons it has taught, has taught none greater.nor'more mo m?entous-than.this-that a machine.no- matteri glow powerful or complex, remains but an nia secure buttress against the.two hands bf a man. Let me illustrate' with a story 'whiclh has reached me from the scien of the struggle. Somewhere at the front is a little valley pro tetcted by a 'wooded .hill:.Through the valley. passes. a roadway leading toward-the heights: From theelicights oie looks across the river to the etitrenchments of the. enemy. In order to direct an .accurate.fire' from .across the 'river into the'little path: that I have in mind-gnd by, which come, supplies .and" foodstuffs it would b...
There's a Brilliant Future for Australian Vineyards [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914
Teres Fa Biya 'The success of Australian wines at the recent cwaes sind Allied Trades' Exhibition in Ion on demonotrates that in vine-growing this ounteyi-sa _an -industry that is capable of. -tlmost infinate expansioan.: Our vineyards are porth hundreds of thousands now. : They may be expanded until they are worth thousands of thousands; for the ,product of- them has-caught fje public taste-of the wine-drinking people ol the world;- ands from this out there will be no lack of sale for all we can produce. : Wine-making in Australia dates from-1828, when some -vine cuttings were brought from Prance, -and' vineyards started at -Camden .N.S.W.), Magil. (S.A.),-nd Lilydale -(Vic.), from which centres the industry spread. -The first= wine-makers adopted the ancient ilan "of pressing out the juice with bare feet in a- tub or cask, .nd doing all the subsequent fermenting, fining, and bottling themselves. To daythe'small-operators have given place to big firms that establish wineries in the...
NELSON'S PRAYER [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914
NELSON'S PRAYER Now, when decisive battles are being fought every day, the nation would do well to re-, member the prayer Nelson wrote in his diary on October 21, 1803, "in view of. tho' enemy" : . "May the great God Whom I worship grant. to my country, for the benefit:of Europe In general, a great and glorious victory; and may no misconduct in any one tarnish it; -and may humanity alter victory be the" predominant fea ture in the British Fleet! For -myself indi vidually I commit my life to" Him that made me; and may. His blessing alight on my endeavors for serving my country faithfully. To Him I resign myself and -the just- cause which is entriusted to me to defend. Ames I Amen. Amen,"