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Rheims Bombardment Like a Terrestrial Thunderstorm [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914

One of the most remarkable despatches from .war. correspondents at-the front was received from a- "Dally Mari . correspond ent It was a thrilling personal narrative . oe the bombardment of Rheims, as wl; .vesed from the tower o- Rhelms Cathedral. :?%e left Paris in a Rolls-Royece motor-car wrote the correspondent. At Epernay we were told ,'The Germans are bombarding- Rhelms; it has been going on now for three days." -The bridge over the Marne. was blown up, and we could only find a passago by toboganning down a greasy mud slide, going over-a line of pon toons covered with planks.and theh splashing through a flood of water several inches deep. Rheims was a--grim spectacle. . The twin" towers of- the cathedral were almost hidden by the smoke of the fire near by, and the town was burning in-three other places as well., Gesrman shells, In clouds of white smoke, could boa seen "burasting right over the houses. As we got nearer the town the refugees tramping the 15 miles back" to Epernay"...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Girl's Story of the Firing Line [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914

t4 to. yo te e For the first time I have. had the luck to achieve the forbidden feat. of getting into the bring line. eqr days the Germans and Bel Sgans have been fighting from all around .Ter ionde to away beyond Malines, ai battle some I0.or 50 miles in length. -Alost was One of the hief points of attack, and it was in part of the successful, though soon reversed; attempt o win it back. that I had the good fortune to lee the crack Belgian regiments--the "Gides )nd the Lanclers-go into action, in fact to go Bith-them'." So writes Miss Tennyson Jess- in The "Daily Mail." An American correspondent with the neces arypasses agreed to give me a lift as far as SIhk authorities would allow me to go. - So- we came to the.village where the general -.ad his headquarters, and where regiments of udes In -their cherry-color and green, and of Sanciers in their blue and gold. :Iare await Sng the order to advance. Here, apparently, as the finish as far as-I was concerned, for pn reachingcthe far e...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lonely Duel Between the Carmania and the Cap Trafalgar [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914

Lonely ,Duel-, yen ;*O: Carmaiia aaa tie Caap Trafalgar _ We have learned little more than was to be gained from the cables of the fight between -the Carmamai and the German liner Cap Trafalgai. We knew that the latter had been sunkc and that portion of her crew had been landed:at Buenos Ayres by a collier, but any details as to the actual'engagement have been altogether la?cdng. For this reason the followiing letter, written by one of the men on the Carmania to his wife in England, justifies its ihchision here. The matter of fact tone of the simple epistle in no wise detracts from the vividness of the pic ture it portrays. H.M.S. CARMANiA, GIBRALTAR, Sept. 29. We left Liverpool on August' 15, went round the British Isles, and sailed to the westward: Some days later we had sighted land ahead, - and were sitting down to dinner-when"Action" sounded off. As it was a usual thing on sight ing a ship to sound off, we thought-it was the usual turn-out. ' However, we got to the guns and the...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
When the French Capital Felt Fear [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914

When- the French Capital Felt Fear Mh. Gelett Brugcs, in "Collier's," in a long article descriptive of how fear came to Paris when the French Army was unable to stop the eurush of the Germans through Belgium, says some extremely startling things, which, if true, will cause the world to stare when the war is over and they can be properly sorted out. SHe does not hesitate to say that the French Cabinet was practically kicked out, and that the politics that had been. the cause of the army's inefficiency; were thrown into the rub. bish- heap. TThe article explains how Paris was cheated in its news : "The French, it would appear from the official r?ports, were always advancing, always win sing, -always charging impetuously with that cold steel which the Teuton feared. Uhlans were driven before them like the wind, the Germans fled like rabbits. They were starved, too, according to the papers. Why, you could go out and catch a bunch of cavalry with a dlice of bread and jam ! Why, then, did...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Use of the Motor Truck in Modern Warfare [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914

The Use of Ae Motor Tr ck in Modern Warfare Two of the outstanding features of the pre sent struggle are the parts that have been played by the aeroplane and the motor waggon in the success that-has fallen to either side from time to time. To a very great extent we are now witnessing a war of machines as much as even, if not more than. one of men. How far this is true as regards the motor proper may be well Judged from the following article by Theodore M. I. von Keler in a recent issue of the "'Scientific American" :- - "There is no doubt," he writes. "that Ger -?sny'o wonderful rush across Belgium and Th- Charron armored car, with machine gun in a revolving turret. North-eastern France to withln. a short dls tanee from the walls of Paris, was due to two things : a first-class moblisatlon plan and an equipment in motor vehicles second .to none in the world. When the history of the present itar comes to be written in later years, it will be found that the motor car, the motor truck, ...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Militarism is Monarchy and Monarchy is Militarism [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914

718 on iachy d oarchy i s tarism We hear a deal to-day of "ilitarlsmn." Every statement of policy by every Power in Europe denounces A"militarism," and asserts Its un dying hostility to -this evil principle. - Before we accept any of the protestations o any of these blood-letters (Writes Dent Ro bert In -theo San Francisco "Exatniner"), it would be well to remember that forO, years every one of. them has beens devoting money and energy and skill to preparing for what is ow z oiang on, and every one of them was os proud as a peacock of its "preparedness,' and was boassting incessantly how ready it was to destroy'any or all of the others. - - - The- war began, and every monarch - in Europe dropped all other bhielness and devoted his- entire attention- to&co*ineing-the world. that he "was not responsible for the catas tropho ;ithat he had been striving for peace; though he had for thirty'years been working for warg.and that somebody- else wai guilty of the awful- crime, and he ...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914

AND OLD WOUNDS-THEIR CURE. An antiseptic ointment known as .Borazel is a new preparation of unequalled value, and never fails to curs the worst cases of Eczema, Old .Wounds, Bad Legs, Ulcers. Pimples, Cuts, Sores, or.any skin disease. "No matter how sivere it may be, this germ-killing ointment stops the irritation at once,' and begins healing with the first'application. Its quick healing powers are astonishing. We strongly recous mend sufferers 'tb use Borarel for their skin disease. It ca" be had froisuany. chemist, or 2/2 by post from Washington 'H. Soul or any of Pattinson's Drug Stores, Sydney. (Medical Hints).-0

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914

' Dr. U. W. F. 'Paoo to the ner Chew dtaepiOo of QytooalOed, :olto g oo, tho : drmpto~ohip toomre of that State with the-e eedlOgl- pod ecoeo of t-I-. It" A. J. Awn do, tormeoiy-hupioa., %oo..onmner-uo. SDr. Pool peoeonted. Qon fud lo :tlerotphio matchbt Stoout Nowt South iWoao in the'l ato-.ooledos, oml it i. hoped tht toin. the fothottog oo? tch- with New:. Sooth Walee, to Dooiog loyhe wilt'toid.the Nootheto S-stor. is told. of two chess plyera enjoyio)n o gme in-t.-oafe who- rxr moochnoooyod-by tooolrono who stood" behind thoir oort.ood" interetted thcnaelretr.io the gorme in a, mooted snd. di.turbot: manooer. Ftinoly .oto of the player otted el spectator "to play the goosn': for him otit 'he reomerd.. The pitaotor eoooented. aod? tt dow;; hereupoo the--ioot p10er left the loom. Pretty .oo the seronod player folfto?ol the e?omple ? -the'.f&t T.heto bstitttoteo pltyred for omeo- tiot. when' ore' of them: oskel the taiter wtheor the twoo ogriginlo' pljetro we. "They are.pol...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914

TOIrnCowESPODEWInn. .C.L.: An I~mtruefrenrnd',ci ir bo-Xon-pr. bnmna i B. d. Lnava`- `A o"rbn Che rI.rbleo.s,' :pricy If. -poetge: 3d!obh.c bb e fInn'DDnork'; fringin int t r.B .lav, !.-the ?nbIn !"itoin of thi .C'B.CL 0M . - 'i-iPetos.. Ptbin, t renirto;. WilLo.mcito inttot nIoO. -Note jour oinnodko o Br. Uonnthmoio. pro folbio IBO. 06). lioe -ls sfcnc u o int- 000-price 0 2Yoq""Bdrtih Gro. lfognofo's" iraikeuntdn Memorinl *2'otovinrG :'fro ay. -

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOLUTION OF PROBLEM No. 898. Kt—K 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914

SOLUTION bOF ?OILfEM Nos 6S1 Retched from a A Danis. " (LNarrid -iih ). . Wflson (Sydnq). A. Levy (Byluy'ey N P " (Norlh Ilde) (hey rahe obrIwo). O.".W..Pem-(SCrn nlDll). . D. Yea 1- (Neaht). C. PehchU-=(A~hhIffd), V. C. 'BattU e (3!.rn). and A. Ifodghinroo (8aro utle). ...F tkhr ee hin of n. Ii fr1om ' I" hh hbhy. Quseashnd.

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DRAUGHTS PROBLEM No. 1010. (By G. H. Slocum.) [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914

I DRAUGHTS I - .PYODLGEL No. 1010. * n .ola pdoh OPioier. D1z.k:1O., n; N'a 0 12, 04. 0.. 20. lNIthen:12. tI 00,23. N' .1,.31, .0. . 1Fh4te",1, p 'lea d ,i n. -- : (0oo.0 . . - -White to' plaj ood~le.

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914

HI.DAMERE'S ' IIAONUFICENT STIIM..OF AST PLANTS. Splendid: pkanG.;=eldy .ow. {n, " th IolI rIng eight, l "colon--flk. White".Pinnk Purpll2 Red, Iediotmope.. d. FIPmhalt-1L"y ;r our.Lmoua-novoelty MAUVE. " merd Ivh te, ..t- ""` pe C oS'otage 4 doe. extr. SPECIAL OFFER-.of 1y'ah oa the abomr eight i " vtadetit - lore,8f. poeatge it eotr4 BIILDAMERE Nuraery Compainy. ..:lEE"WD AiD 'kLApiT..XC~1; ".- . .T ST:, Oeor . xaee4. .O·gek Sl,

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PESTS OF THE GARDEN [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914

".TUE PESTS OlP Tt?0E`OA -ll • sar many- iy did,, in d hs.iesI, is:the. season of 4utiei' ood'in ton' - es tdi best timeoto dolt it out to them, .omeehio?-msoy be ritten obont the best sod mot ea pedlttooe.maormeroecliog It.. S ftpl -tkeee1 afovi. aed' piantstotee mut r erreed by- aphs. scale: aedh bg.. aft of whi?h- re ftrip-wefl kept?umer eosmo.lt- attended. -to aertep ?btosb too g?,at :-hold-om'tther hit.. nd, 'ltut to?me it Is not nom ir. ltdention-to dei,. buo . rather jth what oe .monm Ope re?end'Lto asmllema ---ster. pesta 'eren.ioe-the-eopl?ef ofm l t. Iteoeld-al' _ho: moy.'hppe to. be "'epoýstet. for:the olttt? tioe: of the plsas'they.attoeb. To the smut growere one.f ?h?bmoot +poplrl? plnt?tl t tie.etilltty'klad. adist?lolt tima the deoratoer. i the. tomato. mid a in?r. -?-1 tce Is pollod itho some lloease or other is fotnd sto he s-atthiog ft. Non; it emolb-geroeto..omee an-tt -to. mko oe of the mime: areas or yeses in. semmtlom. it.iaweill. nigh tmpoasalf-to aovid dlsles...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHESS PROBLEM No. 900. (By J. C. Evans, Esher.) [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914

iI PROBLEMi Nd. DOG S.RSb,.24p. Igipi. 1j1r4. GlpkDO1, - p:IH1. OP L. I 2Q,.i .. 'I~tc (1 plecas). lvidte (H piece). WVhite to, play nd~mate in two mores

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914

NOTES . A matb IL a beI e played .Uh1a woaat behr eeAlfred "Jondla and Uewefl Baoka., at Itana, UJ.S.A -lt 'atotoa to-be for. ttit borld'odd piooaal . tit it di qoueattoooblb U eithtoidayeE baa a ;slid=clabm to tUe Uttto. Eoacotagons. ooppofti .bglog"'reieehod b. thr apooemeot to hold-a oboaplooabip tourney' nat Yrlbime at tooter; and it to prootiaullyocgtotn.tht tha maeetluo 'Kilt tate puct '11iy. I ·lIoto OI t S and, -.'t tit nsows doua ~u' I.h'ai be'hakltoatibI. '.it'-i0 ;likely .that:ti:6.'dillberfiieptecei~ttd, :3uý'I r. bs2*~lietr e ;flr olsd. ~ýýrf " ýltj * :i 1;0 ,:,c - ,!n l a lid 'tii l a~cr\it (

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GAME. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914

0A1¢. Th- folowld'o g2me w.n pl?yed in the. 1914 tonwaey -or the. 'notpionahip of .New Zealano, beLtwnenIr. 0. Caldernoad (Blnck) and ih. tlordion (White) i * 9--14 11-15 .1-1D " 9--11 "' 24-10 29-21l . " 23-18-. 18-1 U1-OS . - 15-11). 9-13 . - .28-24(() 32-"(d) 2--2-- 1--10 . 7-11(b) l8-U : 19-2- 1 10-1-. 2--1 ' 2420 - 88-3 3 .1--) 7 * I- . 1-24 •. . ". 1 -4 : 5- . 2--19 . 7--.4 7?--24 . --li 11-15 " -- -o 29-25(c) 19-1 ,24-19 _l onkOino.. (a) 27-24 a often playe hdber. b1t many good p?29yer prefer th. " .. ( (b) "be bet'nttnck ' . '(c) lot the'beot tooe .--. (d) Very wonk; 13--1? drn . .

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOLUTION OF PROBLEM 1008. (By B. Woolhouse.) [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914

EOLL'210% 0 PRiOBLEM iooo. (07B NooIL W oua1br.) Back 1:810. 21, 00. K 11, 19. Whkito 10, ,.5O, KI1, 01. hook to play tad irlo..' -. it IS- l2r8-'. 8-12 10-11 29-41. os-10:= . 10-3 28k aiot, flecolood -com A.£ D8)i8s (Maidckllc) C.. £ l07m. (.Bnsdomck) J. .Jamcu (Bolo!), 3J. C. Cordon (Lt2 omn). FocrUo8 o lutin o0"1887 from A Patcnm, (8'oblc).

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
What it Means to Keep a Modern Army in Food [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914

..Y The feeding of the Army end the pystem by which euypples are.i fdrwaded.trnom the bore ndleoisedt aip -the troops at thp-(rontt J. not . one of.-the least, lnteretliog :eand,?-omipll?ite@d Sprobletls ;?-a "modeirni e'amphig." :.?upl.te of fod ?nd iforiago reach thei b;ase.-from--overneas -and- te forwarded thence by rall to rallhead' . Th.'i i-nm; stcme atfon euflivedtly advanced (or r- mooir -,transport=:to keep us' p commonlicatilo ?'b etiwdon It-: anid- the- troops,,-and -et the Otime " ,time not so.far advanced:e'asn ;o be tnominally "exposed to attack fro?' thefenemy: Ratlhhead must, be connected to' tle Army by good and .astable roads. .iAt rdilhead supplies are tranferred Ifrom the Strai. to inotor lorrl`e-.: These' vehicles ,are `orginlsd,-with peorsonnel. and: ravelling .work shops," Into :.formations;,i deslginaed "n.ipply coluzimns. Each suppl~ycolumn is a. separate. :hand .complete unit,..nd there Js one of these -. c?ts for. every division; :. 'The supply column .fo...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Russians as Soldiers and Philosophers [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914

unsis asPhl Some quaint letters from Russian soldieris are prted. in "Collier's" giving; glimpses of the character and outlook of the Czar's fighting men and some. idea of the campaignin East Here is the start of one letter froma -"na . 'There a:re altogethe.r nine .DmiLtris :in :o company, and they call us the Dinitiei bundle. I,. om this letter.nysel. Our'menpay-Cors poral Dmiteri Ojenin two kopecks for every let ter writtein Last night Oleriin wrote twelve. -Your nephew Ivan refusetd to pay for.a'.tter -which :Olmninm wrote. to Ivana girl. -ekla. ll Borissolca."- Olejn, conld-nbt comrpose -letters to sweethearts; butbhe... IMADE US.ALL.CRY1 Swith S letter' written to a mahi whose son was kI?sed. Ivan got the :letter_ of-.Olepin; :for mh got da :sal?ter to add: ,t -a etlter.to anothe ugisohakoe girl.at s osbtript.ta for Fekla$' r Ivnan, -paid: hnothling.- : There ar- two Catholic polesi ianed soae Jews in our company. Osne Pole was 'hiied' in-thne fist. fight we hadswith the Aim. ...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE KAISER'S DREAM THE FATE OF FRANCE TO FINISH BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914

THE KAISER'S DREAM THE'FATE OF FRANCE TO PFINISH BRITAIN. dM. Clemeiceauin bis newspaper "L'Homme Enthaine," says that a letter he has received mro a diplomatic friend in New York reports arecent conversation between Count John: :ernstorfF, the German Ambassador, and an m?erican who presented a 'cheue'for the Ger man Red' Cross; and asked what- the Germans would do after "victory." The Ambassador, in reply, :gave the Kaiser's a "commandment" as follows :? All French colonies to be taken. German territory to include a qnarter of. France and iBteen million inhabitants. £400,000,000 indemnity. An unreciprocal commercial treaty . allow.. ing German goods to enter France duty free for 2 yrears. Recruiting, for the French army to be stopped for the same period. Forty thousand horses to be supplied to Germany. Unreciprocal patent rights for 25 years. France to abandon Britain and Russia. A treaty with Germany for 21 years. Speaking of the other Allies, the Ambas sador said that Germany wou...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
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