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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914

WHY SHOULD WOMEN SUFPFERT ? Old-time logic accepted it as a matter of cold fact that wpmen were made to-suffer from girl hood to the grave. What a monstrous doc trine ! "A book dealing with the matter of pain and suffering as affecting womenfolk, and which tells, how thousands have been restored by' a simpc hoine treatment to permanent health after years of pain, will be sent free to' anyone who cuts out this advertisement and send(iIt to Dept. A., 7 LADIES' COLLEGE OF HEALTH. 54 Oalfoid-street,. Sydo . Ladies visiting the city are cordially-invited to calland -chat over health mattertwith the Managereso.-*' Anthony liorderns' for EVERY XMAS WANT Our XMAS PRICE LISTS t?row~ight on te present p Iproblem and illustrate selections from the wonder- z ,fully varied assortment offered in every department . of Australia's Mammrf oth Store, Gift-giving on, economical lines is assoredh y ANTHONY- HORDERNS1 FAMOUS LOW PRICES. i Her are our XMAS LISTS posted free on request; they will save you...

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

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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

rwnv IMMIN SHORT? 9oacd2S yournelt~ln~uatioe glettiIgiyonr cbortueu con. -Itjue tp retprd -yoiur, apcfa and commercial ~proogre. :J.~vN5IM'~~E3 Eoo~~ n diiiUT: from two to ithre id*1tih it three montbh. SEend.;tro-penny otoiaops tody "toe toulttpartlcotnrs'cl { iythotbn All lettoe are o ailed In plaln encoln4,es. DEpARTMEPrIsT t hcrea" of63PIT T IET. SYN..sslr DEPARTMENE~T B." 163 PITT STREET.. SYDNEY. THE COMVIMERCIAL _.BANKING COMPANY ETADI13SfED 100 L - OF -SYDNEY,: LIMITED. CAPITAL-PAID 1Wl_ " :..:::... ....:.:..:...:..::...":. £2000.000. a _ :0 . DIISEU0VE0 ;.FUD .....:..:.. . :..: 1.730.000-: 0_:0 _ DESRiIEE CAPITAL_.....:::.::ý:. . . 2.000.oI0,000 'A. ......0 E73.OOF 90 0ICTf00B ' Ceowe J. COobe. Esq.. Chn.Ir. Un. .. .E: Egt~r II.LO.,D. uDefChmfn1yn. lion. 0. Hiose. II.L..: A.J..Onslav ThomQpso; EUca.:=Norm E nShn.ln ,S. :AU D I F O I . Y i~l.. H1 on.. Eaq.. an _W"IV Dookn.. Eoq. - - GENEIAT MANAGES r. A. D~bns . " STIEA "OFFICE: GEOGE:ESTREiE . SYDNEY LOUIDOR BRAN;H :- lB IR...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POULTRY EVILS OF OVER-FEEDING ENTERITIS—CAUSES, SYMPTOMS, AND TREATMENT ANSWER TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914

POULTRY EVILS OF OVER-FEEDING ENTERI1S-CAUSFS; SYMP:. .TOM~S AND T~ATMENt % ANSWERS .TO ýCORRESPONZtOETS. D.P (St. .,Iaay') writtm: 9"Nac days ago I hatched by icubator SO-chicks from 110Seggs. I now hane oonly Seert left the othe.-O toavim died~at thea-ate of aboat:12 thPerry?ight alor the last . weelk. Could-you. tha- me the erout. and a remedy? Is it- a faet that it it. imponeble to hatch, 'or; ?thaf ' rea, chickens am October to: Febuary ou acecount of the beat" Ane: lit the. aaseneof a desmdptiotaof the setno toma it is'imtposible to diagenoe tthe-cause ao your looses.. It'nooy teiaeftoo, didereat mouseL.t.its:not impotaithe to tams ghttkeso' diting the period `yoa atite boit.l-thinkit tnadvistbleoi do to dduritog the Smmer, oas the bens a approudching the moulti?na g -season, sad- haoe pactttictly lost their -vigor. The wlieto so- ratted tre nearly always undertiacd and A- frn O.W."A:- writes : "-am epooseaoed oft a. tu com or. diseacs io fowls 'socho a os op.upp,pp, et, oand ...

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

ANSWERS TO (IOIIEREsPONDEIrTS.i ]IEGoLIA SEED IFAILIlOG (it nnswer. to 'B Enonln): You webt boom] to faiR with thlt 3f 0oovoed in with 0oi0," as you say. This.seed being so ryo tiny onttd se- orerig in, '-simply .sow.it on a pertfetly, lerel nd o moderately.'rm souraeo p_ t o ng.the o hole doown oiobaeluentmty. We:nt Fsing snubh oeu sman seed it .'-is bt to'owly 1nee.to-potL and aiofl. afterwaltd .. permlttitg 'thpe n[uplts. mol.tuse to slotsn swoy- re you-scatter th firtet named erenly oeor lm sutrface. Seedtu'oof h "ftet ",typ.e, t.e S'hnaby," "Sempte tfio r~" or tubeeros rooted, my all be treatod thus YELLOW :aRttUM (in ?usoer to ID.. HIotvile) : WIhen toosg seed -lisoit the flower stlstk to bone dows until. the topj-sti a.tlue smrfce a t Do solt--t Ia antwte's wa.y aI by tor the best.. Th stem wtll gorotdnly 'wither, and the- bon ors nod become d0-" tnehed, hbe you ma-ey-ollect and sow about duly. Elthel" Ito tie open 00 Oned or i aI'bot, tranplmtogo .lattr.oo. . TANOSPLANTiNO S...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DOG WORLD LADIES' KENNEL CLUB SHOW CANKER OF THE MOUTH ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914

THE ::.DOG . WOR LADIES'.: KENNEL CLUB _SHOWi 'CANKER OF THE MOUTH MNSWERS, y.:CORRRlSPOND$NTS. OLD. O(inmni) -al0e ,a te: forinker 'of the month. Aug-: The subject is dealt with ilao this issue. - dits' 71,ennl Club Show.-Retd at sthe blueiulpul Poulty -Mtrket 'on November .SO and I. Bulldogs andtoo lteerie.e were a good rally,- but thee woas not onlleent, thme 't get .'a lag eruby together, and they'suufered acrrordlngly, :aRhuugh, others auferad more... TIhe pirit oLb wan r thses r nsw over it all, and-a gruenal -.,re-adjutet"-of porttolluu Im to be desired. Il' the. erlstiintg Kennel Club. woold only renlse its arules so as to be aomoewbat in ateordaoce with those ;of other _ennel Clot, It amght hobe a'" good thing to joltn'it, but a' genetl. berying of hatcheta and other intletaoott Is uuetsutry-utter the wart eorsoi hiave Quie only, old - Launoo Inne. ]trey bound e; t the blk bitte-that was at .the ound. :Show: hould have woo; Poiatere . and setter. wneak. ]Itis, i. Pinaulhoso...

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

MISCELLANEOUS PROPHECY (to "eHalth," elensbrgh): Your letter will be-given to Mr. Stone. - SCOUTS (to "Scout," Randwick) : Write to Mr. Stock, c.o. Royal Naval -House, city. SURVEYOR (to '"Enquirer," North.Sydney): Write to the, Lads Department,- Sydney. POPES (to "Argument" Waverley) : Pius X. ".:903 to 1914; Leo. XIII- 1878 to .?103;-Pius IX., 1845 to 1878. INDEMNITY (to "Creusoc): France paid to the Agricultural Department, asking them to adosmqma 3. so. Zealan 25 -0. ART (UNION "TICEET (to ": G.P." Cundlc i SPlains) Write to- the secretary, who -will be only too pleased to furnish you with par J.CF.: iss . mBarri', 178 Misenden-roadl SCamp?ridoii, Sydney, wishes to communi rate?with-you in rference to your query-re garding' David .Barr. :.. ,. AUSTRALIAN NAVY (to "Vie," Marrick-' ':vile): Write.?to the Naval Depot, Rushcut ,tem Bay; 'They wil furnish you with all Sthe necessary information. - PROPORTION OF AUSTRALIANS ON '-SYDNEY (tovarious enquirers):No 'definite -numbers can'b...

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

SIN BRIEF. "BOB:" Prosecute him; se the local- police. I.B.: (1) Yes. (2) Unnecessary in view of (1). M.P. (Paddington): No; they could not compel her Ito do so against her will. "GLADESVILLE:" "() f you sell it, yes. Otherwise no. (2) y. -o "NEW CHUM:" No; he must have done what he seeks to charge you for. "WIFE" (Leichhardt): No, she cannot; she has another remedy. R.MIcX.: If she is detained against her will, you have a remedy. Otherwise you have none. See a solicitor.- - "MOSMAN": They are all liable. The only exemptions are those expressly provided for by the Act. . . . "EMDEN" : A can get it back withoutpaying anything for it. But doesn't. it look very trifling? - "ENQUIRER" (Will): (I) No, the estate pays - it (2). The eecutors control that- matter. - (3) It is not his business. (4. and 5) Cannot follow you at allt "OLD READER": No; the section governing the matter now reads : "Nothing in this Act -shall apply to income derived from sources outside the State." - - - "LEGAL:" ...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Stake Out Your Claims Now," is a Banker's Advice [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914

"Stae ut Your Claims Now," is a Bankers Advi "Every penniy of capital availabla. in this country ought.to be set work. oing now, at omce, preparing for the big new trade openings madao by the war. To 'wait till-the war is over' is to miss your oppdrturitles-. A great goldfield is opening up in the business world. Those who are wise will staike their .`claims in it at once.- Wise men don't wait till the rush sets-in-and every body else Is On to the best Ipsations., 3-A S;ydney Bank Manager. It is foolish policy for those who can .make a move at once to. take advantage of the. un doubted prosperity, that will come to°Australa as a result of this world upheaval not to do so at once. The idea of waiting till the-war is over isborn of timidity and lack of confidence. No one will ever go far in businep or any other pursuit - who displays those qualities. What the.country wants at the present time is men who will DO IT NOVW." These words were . uttered, to a pres representative the. other....

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

1CRICE ?T (to "W.HJ." Corowa):. Blythe vislted Australia in,1901-Z (team captained by McLaren) and in 1907-8 (team captained by Jonea). . DERBIES (td "Thyra," Moama); (1) T. Hales won the Victorian" Derby oh Tim Whiffer (1876), GrndFPlaneur (1880), Navi gator (1882), Trident (1886), Ensign (1888). Dreadnought (1889), -and The. Admira (1890). Pronounce Cagou, Kay-goo; $nbu lus. U-bn-las : and Traquette, Tra-kwet.

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

The Seawo iness of the British Navy There will be plenty to cheer and shout when there is a big naval victory, but are we not just a little in danger of forgetting in the mean time the men who 'are doing their work so well. unseen and unheard, on the grey waters of the I North Sea? . This. question is asked by H. C. Ferraby in the ".Daily Exnress." We read eagerly of the hardships of the sol dier's lot, of blistered feet and parched tongues. and nights in the. trenches., Butt the story of the seamen in,the Harwichl destroyer flotilla who stuck to their beat on -thp high sea through a 48 hours' gale gets' only a cursory glance. As ssual, we'take.the Navy for granted.. Y:Yet .hat a. thrilling,' vivid gliqmpse it gives us into the soul of- all those men-engineers and officers' stewards, electricians and loading nupmbers, officers, boys, stokers and signainen who swing out to sea in the slim, black cockle shells that we call torpedo craft, and keep their watch night and day though they ...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Pan-German Creed is in for a Severe Shock [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914

.The Pan-German Creed is in for 'a Severe Shock "i?c?ne smo?t be compl etly eruh? tlta-she asneaer o agla ncee ano eror ptau."--GENERAL VON DERNILBILDI in ?The Next War"'." "No quarter' will he tch ee, no prsonerns tril be taken. -Let all hbo-tfal into eaur bands be at oeur srrey."-ADDRESS. OF TIlE. LAtgbE TO TROOPs, July 29. 100. - lIhe determination of Germany: to fight Eng land and France. and plerhaps Risia was in-. pressed on tie British people some years :ago by 'M. Emil Reich, a famous Hungarian pro fessor, who died before hisbeliefs wcrý:proved by historical fact His little hbook l.n now been republished. with an epilogue signed with - initials that conceal an able Oxford historian. Dr. Reich's quotations from German authors and speakers may now bebrought up to date. The sequence is finished-; .the evidence complete. We now know beyond dispute: (1) That Germany meant to fight a rath 'less" ear. " (2) Thatbher object is a world-wide doini canto. -' s This is best seen not by ...

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

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Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TORTURING A NURSE STORY OF GERMAN ATROCITY PROBABLE WORK OF ENEMY AGENT [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914

-TORTURING A NURSE STORY OF GERMAN ATROCITYi JPROBABLE .WORK OF ENEMY AGENT . It wil be recalled that about sir weeks ago Sii?elrcum'safiaifot?r y wos pdbl'Ihbd' in the Pres asll over. the world edocerolith? tb, ai Ileged capture and mnutllation of a BritlshlRed roos Naurseewho .ws statod.to'have been tor tured\Jn an almoet --indecribable' mlanner by German soldiers: Withinb a. few' days of- the publitatlon of' this account the whdle story waos olllcially deiled. t hhvtnodg?beendiocovered that. theyonian w.ho fdrmed the' central ,figreil bad never'beehn withiin'a"hundred milcoeof the act tual scene of: dohflict; bitwiiiv liing: qtiletly -in a little village in Scotland.: .- : . LONbiON JOURNALS DECEVED"' :Thestory first' sawthe light-of publicity in at paper publlshed. In Dumflrles;wSctland, In which was prlnted, togethr.1 with a full.account of the happening- what pui~ito't ..tdbe" a faceimilie letter-written by :tho, pcuree kere9lt before 'she died .from the results of the terribl...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
END OF THE U18. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914

END OF THE U18; to bagging tet U18 off the coast .of Scot- mlnd our ffet :has destroyed another valuable -ye of the etnemy's. Though the details of heraffair atre meagre? it apparently took some -little timu bSflre-our patrol could manoeuvre into' a poBsition to carry out the ranuning'opera tion sucges-fully. I.etouse the report-meutiona the fact that the suba-rIhlt was sighted In the moisng ean& sot'raonnard till noon; -cNeither the npame'-nor;.clatss of. ship wbhich brought aboot the end bfIthe <ubmarine "is givcnjbut it -must have ,been ogie ?whose, speed, enabled her to outeun-and outmanoeuvre the German. Even thent the pirocrse Ot ramming does not seem to0 have been coa'rneid" out with sofictient ac curncy, to strike a vital: Spot. (unless', it was not intended, to,,do -so). ', The. fact that the crew remained on board to open .tse sea cocks and allow their vessel to- sink: goeu to show thalt neither side is jolog to effect many cap totes-at least, not lust n...

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

How heed - Cro& :.ork The Minister for Defee (Senator-Pearce)I has been asked in various qiuarters to epress his opinion of thewonl1r (the.Red Cros As sociatiotis in relation to the Army. in war dime. He bhasn made therfollowing statement, after. consultation'-with .the -Acting-Director-General ,f- Medical' Services,- "Patients who- pass.through the A.A:M.C, hospitalswill be well treated., Of that. I am confident, so that it is not necessary that they' should receivehfirther- aid. -Man? patriotic-. minded citizens feel : they would like :to' oo rsomething to .help those who: arifighting for': them, In -urope. + Sympathy. natiirall -exists. In the minds'of.those people?w?th the sick and. wounded,.therefore they .are "pleased .to :be :al Inwed to help to: mniake the lot o.finvalidi '.more pleasant,. or,. perhaps?S.?should .say, les ?On pleasant.: In order to do'.that. they. subscrib money and senld -goods' .to. be' used .foF' that purpose. The British. Governmentt s:i fact, al...

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

THEE END OF THEEMDEN. 1 In the details hich have reached us up to the present (througi an unoficial source) of the action between the'Sydneyand the Emden. the latter is stated to have opened fire at a range. of. 10,000 yards. If this report be true, the enemy's guns must have been su perior to'-ours, as effective fighting from our 41n weapons at-that range "would. be:mpossible : It is probable; that the' Emden opened fire at the extreme tahng. of- her"guna; which would be at a distance of 8000, not 10,000 yards. At this distance the :rajectory of-their shell would beoso high at the culminating point (the high eat point reached by thae hell in its ftight) that the descent would-be so .udden as to make it impossbible for .theprojectiue to penetrate the :desi:of the Sydney-. The fact'that the range -nders ? n the Sydney were rendered useless so ehrly inthe action apears to have been a fluke. Had the Emde.t found the range during the. early stages of the aCtion, and had that range been ...

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

DARING BRITISH NAVAL AVIATORS. The spirit: of daring" that, actuates every btranch 'of the British Army and Navy is cer tainly present in the hlarts of our naval avis tors--especially' so with ' Coetiander' Samp son. .Thj.C.ork performned by.this gallant flyer bas been so detrimental, to the enemys inter ests that the, alser hasa actually made a spe- . cial reward for :his-body dead or alive. He must certainlyb he held in great fear, even by .ilhelm himself,. otherwise an Iron Cross would'.have been held..out td the prospective cAptor. Early "in the week, too, the First Lord of the Admiralty gave details of another sylliant flight bythree other officers, one of whom was unfortunately brought down by gun fire. His companions.- however, were success ful, and no wonde I MIr. Churchill (himself a practical avitor)~ sprecistei their flight of 125 miles Into Germaniy o Fidericshaven and back -with eachines badly riddled irith shrapnel.

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

GERMAN SUBMARINES OUT. The presence of German submoarines as-f-??ar down the Channehcl as Havre,'.the French port north:.ofthe mouth of thie Seneiis not exact ly comforting. It will'n 'doubt srve to reai ' Dr. Conan Doyle?a story to the. iniideof men y' t?aders; It will.be remembered tat'tie:author cf Sherlock Holmes predlcid that --if' a?~ ma1 nation l1ad-ducfelnt submarines of a thorpughly: reliable'type it would be possible to bring ifnP land to" her knees wihdout' islg h ES?g s?l warship. Thin wbuld be done b: destroying all merchant and food ships and starving the country' out. There is not.the slightest chance that Germany will be able to do thin0 but her submarine captains, if greatly daring, may glve us -a lot of trouble, and sink" many voluable cargoes. One - disturbing aspect of the case is.the fact that submarines workin? so far down .the Channel would seem to be drawing supplies from a secret base. Whether this is on-shore or- afloat -does nnot-matter: much Again, the fu...

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

SGERMANS' SECREI? BASSE. Non that representations have been made by the British" Government to the United Staten regarding the eaistenco of a secret, German naval base off Juan Fernandez, we ' may be sure that the matter will be thoroughly; thrashed out. Small wonder, then, that we have marvelled at the elusiveness of -the. enemy's ships, a?, by committing a breach of neutrality of this description, they could ro mrlat practically safe" from attackp by our scouting craf; t We would naturally assume, too, that the Chilian Government was awa?e that iuch. thing was happening in their waters. However, the base has been definitely located now, arid as- neutral ships have been despatched to enforce internationalt law, we may expect to hear of some of the enemy's v?m atslbeilng brought to book by.ours. or intered till?the end of the war. The latter-.seem toe much to hope for. Still, it is quite :on the'cards that we may very shortly hear Hof an other of our own Australian fleet being engag...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
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