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NOVEL & INTERESTING INVENTIONS COMBINATION SAFETY INKWELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914

NOVEL & INTERESTINI INVENTIONSi COMhBINATION SAFETY INKWELL,. "' very draftsman knows hdw e.asily the usual t?ttle of drawing ink tips ovr,. yet does. not care to litter :up ihe board ,with more thati:' rne.heavy cast-iron holder, such as are acid to; prevent spilling. Having occasion to use.tlihd' red and black draawink ink.(writes a correspon- -. dent), and also the common writing fluid caused~ nre to provide three boitles for-them. In ordsIc to prevent overturning and at the- same .ti . arrange "the three bottles so that. they could - be-shifted about tbgether, I' contrived a simple. device. A piece of :in ribbon brass, about 12i? dng? was procured,?with a narrow 'ring- at.s tached "to one--end.:The- three .bottles • weren. placed. together,- the brass- wrapped around them and drawn up tightly, the free-.end -being" drawn through the ring and bent over. It was originally expected 'that:the bend would.have to be loosened every time a bottle was changed, tiut.this was found...

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

'COMMONWEALTH PATENTS Messios. Ciilth and 'isels , rPatent ' Attoryo, oft 7. .Caotlereogli"etret, Sydney, report tlmt the folloing ap-" ilatlat i feor.'patentae haver be o lodged at the Corn eon veatttr-Patent Ofie," Melbourne.:- .:.. P. Boll 'n?n improved machlnt for ore In remothjrg the sokin?, r., iidea' Ieom the enra of aonimlos," Filed l'th Noviember... : :"., . :.f6ti.? td yImErord 'hblend" orojoo reren, fop?tlhdora of eald',?t. tgeg aod'the likh:' Flled-Oth'Io'veiohr.b IV .Palmer =::"Sprlng wheel.' Ptled 7tftoeai-." D C 1) l, ? o?"tohl. .'Irovpme te ln reoenii? ?',eloa.. 31ti'i" ghchadCr. '"Ilnop+oed al Filton'! Fied 0th ltooembert. - -

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VARIABLE-ANGLE WINGS ON NEW FRENCH BIPLANE. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914

:VARIABLE-ANGLE WINGS ON NEW - - FRENCH BIPLANE. . 'A Fiench.biplane that has made six pacerei; ger-carrying. altitude records during the pre sent year has'adjustable wings under the con= - trol.t of the pilot, so that, while iii flight ihe can vary, the angle that' the wings present to--. the air stream. This is accoinplishud 'by 'a hinged' connection hbetween the fuselage and' the framework on which the wings are carried .. rombined with a. chain and sprocket ,whichis controlled: by a :screw. and hand lever. The maximum. angle "at. which the wings can be presented to ,the air 'stream is' 12 degrees. At this. angle, which would only hbe used inris . - in -.fror: the ground or.in slackening speed to.alight,. themachine is said to have.immeni.-. - lifting pewer. In one. flight with the pilot a?id five passenLcrs on.board the machine made.:" the ascent. p t he .first 3000 feet with..the win'g;': at an a~igle of 4 degrees. The anigle .was thbn. s : -rad~allya itncreased to.a n)aximum o...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRACOW AND ITS DEFENCES KEY TO THE WAR IN THE EAST A RING OF FORTIFICATIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914

RACOW AND ITS DEFENCES KEY TO THE WAR IN THE EAST : A RING OF FORTIFICATIONS nCrscowv is now,almost in the.hands of theiRs - . tains, it:-is of more than ordinary interest to., hiave th'e'vewe-oE~ar.en em1nt Rootian traneplot sipon-, the vetle; of that ' cty -to, thbe aiies of - the .'arsoi : ,Ty d followvingr t. pyotooty; o'af - trticl'g ercentll 'eontnhoted to. the aoges. f . tamr Belt )vh1 sereed wpith 4:istooep-cii,;at- a' -stafFbicer throughout thbeRuieso;Japan tieWa,: _In 1}e RasterFn theatre;of war (he writto, hI the :weoern parti . qf Gal;la.: the.coloaonl;:. Iortress of p raeow to; acrpttgra tnhef atttntiO4. '.: of. alt tl~ e Jcftfrgooto of tile world.: F I: ar. -,The -.iin polincex-of ithis '.trateilo pol?tttfor' -eriiotan?pis'.?'::grea? that '.the , aper..n sp,.t "'of_ :aL;i ~ lffcleo_¢ d ,oconret4{te:, .;consldnrabla fo~rea.,- to'. ni~ppor tlhe Ausatriana'"= - -lit deete4o~ef~thisfortreaoj-,'; ".,,. - ' .; "- -O cont'ner'. ist-: clear'' that: thia flrst'echiee--· e. huot...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Naval Side of the World-Wide Struggle [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914

The Naval Side of he WorldWide Straggle - The anounocement by: the First Lod'od.o the Admiralty of the blowing: up of the old battle: ship Bulwark' with ?oich an io us" loss? of life comes as a thUtderclp ~p iti: g at` oc curred in one of our naval harbors. - lis be lieved to be due'to? a magazine. eplosion, anb this is probably' indirectly the treal explanai tion. Sheerness is actually our most strongly guarded harbor, with its-boom. 'efenct ans its mines; besides, its entrance is so qsmrrow that it is almost impossible' for a submarine to even approach,'providin, of course, a pro per look-out bh kept'; therefore w.e can di-s pose of the submarine theory; The Bulwark, lying at her moorings, would' certainly have all her watertight doors'closed, so that a single torpedo would. hardly cause her to. sink so suddenly. Attmost'a toipedo.wouldopen only two- compartments, and tiine would not permit. of Inore than one torpedo being fired from an enemy submarine. As for the ship's own magaz...

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

A TERtIBLC 'XPLOSIVE. While it arems hardly llkely that the f?B-i wsark was the victim of a submarine, we must tealse that the Grmans possess an explosive of tremendous power. in. Tri.nitro-tolunee. i When the Russian cruiser Pallada was sunk by a German submarine, in the Baltrc,: the Naval Correspondent of the London'Times" had'this to say --"A" hotable circumstance is the over- i whelming nature of the disaster. The v?ssel is apparently only hit by one torpedo, yet .she I agoes to the bottom almost immediately. -and in fragments. There is evidently a significant dif feirence between what happens when a ship is struck by one of our British torpedoes and vhen one of our ships is 'struck by a German tcrpedo. The Pathfinder broke into pieces and went to the ,bottom. Pretty 'much the same thing happened with the Cressysc and now it is the case with the Pallada. On the ether hand, on those occasions when our tor pidoes have giot' onie there wis'a fairly long interval before the vessels ...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
British Chaplain Who Took Part in a Charge [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914

Britis Chalain o T0 art a. : har iSomewhere down i. a little Devonshiro Til late-is an ivy-covered church that will be proud of' its fighting parson. - It was at Peronne, east of Amiens, where the Ineldent occurred. *The Britih were being drien 'back at heavy cost, for they were fighting to time, so that some at least, in tih base hospital at Amiens, might be saved. It was t4e Devonshire Regiment that was In the hottest nart of the fight, and" the' parson had comeoup with a Red Crossdoetachmemt detailed to «6m fort the dying and assist the les' severely wounded.. '.... , : ..... .'*- . ". : - :- - STwle' German shrapnel, only too' welialea'ed, -urat over theo Red Croua floag? wiplang out one deta'll and injuring several'of the doetiers The roest did not retire,, but contlnued the colloen tion of the" wounded soldiers. Then cie' ~ rush of German cavalry, and the'unoarnied'Ited rosal men wero r abred and shot right and left until they were compelled to flee for 'saftelybehinu *their o...

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

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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
WHAT AVIATORS ARE DOING THE FLYING MAN IN WAR TIME CHANGING WAR TACTICS WHEN TAUBES FLEW OVER PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914

WHAT AVIATORS ARE DOING THE FLYING MAN IN WAR TIME CHANGING WAR TACTICS WHEN TAUBES FLEW dCVE: PARIS A cocrespondent'of "CoTder's," writing front Paris, gave a description of the feelings-of the Parisiana when Taoues flew over and dropped -bumbs on non-conto ..ants. At frst people were terrified, but ofter a little whilb' began to look out for the Taubes as an afternoons .entertaiment The, worst of. the: visitations was that .people would persist in peppering the sky, forgetting that bullets that go up have to. come down again, and are liable to hit hard in their de= scent. Once a 'Iaube came down: near the streets and the crowds that. had gathered to watch it scattered like chickcns at sight of a hawk. - This gave rise to the ridiculous stories -that were lublished in --Berlin about patpic in Paris. What iused to make the crowd run was the fear of their-own bullets falling on them. Of course, Paris was indignant at the idea, of Germany sending aeroplanes to attack non cutmbatants a...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
An Eye for an Eye; A Tooth for [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914

an A t ;. o T'IE FLIGHT' FROM -PARIS. PITIF:UL. SCENES; ON THE WAY TO BIARRIT -AUSTRALIANS IMPIvJSO(NED- ' REF UG, •ISS + STORIES.: .. : ::- ' .(By .?MADGE DONOIIOE.) BTARRITZ; September 20: . Ai.t, the time .o . itiiig it seems as ;if all. 'danger oftithe investment' of-Paris by the enemy, is -past for ever. -.But.oni "that night ::of' August:31 .there was, I'suppose,:hardly one out' of the several;thousands crowded into our w?agons a bestiaux" bhut-felt glad to be'esca+p-" - ing.from the danger zone'even under such un omrnrtable conditions as I have. described. SOur 'particular waggon .was,. I. believe., fairly,. typical of the whole fifty-four,'thougl I have". bheard of one luxurious party who mnumbered only thirty-five as against our sixty plus., --. ,An interesting featuire of."us"' was our dogs,. half. a dozen of, them-iatleast .+ Itwas quite funny.:before we-:startd.: to see wrigglings' in " various.dire'ctidns under enveloping shawls, and to. heari admonibing "lish's I" resp...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AS SHEEP BEFORE THE SHEARERS ARE DUMB; AS LAMBS LED TO THE SLAUGHTER [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914

. ASSHEEPBEFORE THE sl G': RAPHIo IEA F-WHAT TVgWrI4, T SHA ND ALLIED f '-: A m·. ihessage friom the frorit states :-"We-could-'notihcIp'hittln'Bthe. :We saw i d fstjtthey lost" tn a .. ,The Germanformaton .- the *irescantwarfollowlosviytoiethe'lI e""Il down In San- Artny,:the aanaul'be - AiC rovoked iEAR AR DUMBAS LAMBS LED TO THE SAUGHTER . gLDIEkSARE CAl LED UPONTTOACE W'iEIWHE H EMANMSCHARQE IN MASSEDFb POj I -WA Mn-first abaut 80 yprds away, and they 0cTvin lon ioi burlches,juStlUk a crowd i;leaving afootball ma1tcnh- ' try RVan w twelve. It-waairapld flrhlg,. and o'e gavelt toithieorp hot"' ; . - diay- of .Frederlck the.{GreaLt InThe-rioioonms.ari placed inithe rcarto encouragethe ai. to attack a method peculIar tu th r bya'gentleretabilnthe back with a bayonet, or a bulle'ffromi the rear.'. - .-i

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

"'WONUODI ha Gpa nsoomid. oratsoaha. PrmCedcPne. Pul *-"; VtPbtddaL.:.·-i ! ? Qarlcuore;.T [t;M ox, Date ..... .. ... ........ ...... . 1914. THE EIITOR OF "THE GLOBE," SYDNEY .- .Ple : fnd onctosed ...... ...,. ... shillings as 'a contributon to your Shtling War Fund. - .. S:ino

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

DESTROYED BEFPOR? MADE. German anticipations of using the Belgian coast for the! construction of submarines, and as bases for the :same vcssels must have r-. ceived a svetre et-back wbc.,our ships ca e' on the scene Iand-lestroyed not only, the ma terial brought across Belgium for the under water craft, Jut also the plant wath which they were to save betn built. Zeebrugge would be the best p?ssible place for'the Germans to have chosen for this' particular purpose, be cause the waters are so shallow. The bom bardment, threfore, must have been carried out by the same class of old ships which are being employed off the coast further south. At the sadne time, the submarine' attack on the bombardig aships was easily beaten off. The net result of the British bombardment Is this: That itiwas responsibly for the destruc lion of whatj in a'few months' -time, would have been six' serviceable fighting units. "The value of sub'inarinel sat present, too, appears to be greater than what'it.will b...

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

WRAT O SS SIR PERCY KNOW? When Sir Percy .Scott announced a few months' ago that the submarine. had. renderet the battleship obsolete,. he, outlined what he cnoidered would be the policy of, a fleet op. posed to the British. S ir Percy said that that Beet would remain locked'. in a haybor while' their submarines and aeroplanes sought the disposition of our fleet and attempted to- des troy it. As' this appears to'be the German policy, the Admiral must be given the credit for his fores ght.' As he is .known-,to be a very clever officer, it is only to be supposed that, being convinced that such aplan would be carried out by the enemy,' he would devote his time to finding out the best way of com bating those methods of fightinig. ,It is more than likely, too, that his appointment to a ptsition at the Admiralty is duet the fact that he has' found a solution, and has been given a position where his knowledge would be used to the full advantiige Therefore it would not come as a surprise to...

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

Dziooyilists in :Society _Sir,-Few believe that all Gcrmaos in -ur midst are sples? The 'aithorities, nevertheless, must assure: themselves that, everyc~-Tcufton is not a spy.. Evidence has been:cited'tQ prove that. before the war broke :'cut many highly-placed' Ger'. mans living in England were spies in thebpay of Germany.' And. ag espionage is suclih iarge] part of Germian policy,-it isn't likely thoatEng land is the only-place in .the British "Emlre: wherein sples are domiciled.: That tey are to bq foiiun?epng In9n gtiale titizeny can be undeostood.:Itls a uobject of Germany: to have for s~cie' thosewho, would be the least suspected . To such a %fin pint has npyiing been. brought by that cultired nation that thre ast' alert detective often fails to un arth'hIsi .quarry. --'- ' : Ate all. csts,-thin, iAustraia. must. be: pro tiected aia nstthe machinations of-the enemy. SeIret aid 'concerted action might bring about arious resultso: Against thi there is but onhe fectiv doen.a~uore...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Justus" Replies to Anti-Germans [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914

" Jususs" Replies .to Anti-Germans Sir,--In reply to Mr. McCoan, I have it on the authority of ani' ye-witness, that during the sporta sno" exhibition was :made of. the German flag-at Henty' moreover, Henty was one of the =fist.-settiements to declare its. loyalty With regard to the atrocities ques- tion " Mr'' McCoah :ascribes "to discretion my claim tiat wve!should wait-till the end of the. war and then hear .botlh sides. Is it dis cretion or .common' justice, when a. jury gives a hearing to bath sides? The names pub-, lished In s.upport:.of the 'atrocities 'charges, mostly writers. of fiction 'by-profession,. and open to" the ; charge ofpartiality, lo not" alter mync:'onviction one bit. The. very regultarity and sameness of the reports: that .flow so mninutely from the pens. of these :gentlemen, thow, a: doubt u?pon their reliability.. _ Theallusioi to a statemeft'anade by the fig of: Belglum,: while ':ot mentioning any thing about atrocities' Is.also ;,out of: place. Th .woids o...

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

I. i-Loyal .Only te Self.Interest h8ir,-ReadIng the.leettors o cn dyour oier re kindnessBto- 'oernnns; the thought, truck me: t:at the greatest kinodess: o o "con -do to the 1or0oopo .'l Atralia-?oe to taib no chances ordinary.rlela oft wrareenough withourt 40o ri?k of 'reachery added. Supposoe:a fewof obur troopshlpso were eink?ihrdiou. me m 11aim work: Bas..ad'1 a thee ac the guilty Georman.. The authoritlte would bo'oreed -to. extremo action; I hive a lifelong. knowiulge of the Geman; and'I 'ias'ertthat nothing buteal-Iterenstiwill keep' him' loyavl-- ii~ agilnutGerany.. Th Prueo.la teachging ha'pno alknk In.th.e Ger min chaifaiter aind brainlthat 'ill takeo a ninnmber of "years to straighten out. Au'stralla? will cire their 'cilliren,:but ithe lathers are: nimplylhbeid byaoielf-intereet and It Is our right- and our duty ot oursevesLan?td to the Germano, t. find out which elidehhla Interest is on, 'and to :act- accodingly.- l~ei heard the' Germen abuueathie' iaJanene' ed-ndlan a ...

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

A Wo man Speaks Out Sir,-You deserve tlie'tihauls of every citizen of New South Wales for your publication in your last issue - .of the ..treaty botweai Colonel" Holmes and Herr Haber. I .was told last week that'. German-.from Rabaul woas- otaying at Double uay and drawing:' 7 per-' week, and cvlassed it amongst the reot of the reports that ccirculate so freely. He is boarding with a man who was well- known' nl certain sport .circles some time" ago. One would not exapeot anyonoe who hadreclived the homage of thio. pubioi to. be .so tnirtorous. What. can we call -.anyone whob.harbore these: men anything elsoe but traitors I am-.only' a woman, and ,ot able, perhaps; to thank you. en paper: as fully as you deserve. But no doubt you will. receive .thousands ,of letters, and from.more able pens thal mine. I Wonder If they all choose places near. the harbor'to board.: No doubt, it ia.a convenieht spot. ? Sydney.. INDIGNANT- CITIZEN. ".

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

ith the 1'in an Contingent in France Encamped in-a town in the south cf Francs is the contingent of soldiers which India sup plied wfhen the Motherland's hour- of- nieed came'. ;It ,is the first occasion on which they have had the opportunity to show the tuff they are made of, and-according to the fol lowing account-from the pen of a correspon dent who visited. the Indians at their- camp, they wilt not fail. Imagine a long corridor of rough, sandy turf between two woods, in breadth about a quarter of a mile. and stretching away for over a mile to the horizon .formed by the gentle slope of the ?ground; flil it with little, -low ridge-polej ts--ile up great heats of stores at oneend -ets of biscuits, sacks of flour, and bundles compressed hay-and you have the setting least, of one of 'the most wonderful scenes at English eyes ever looked upon in France. or everywhere are swarthy faces and gleam brown eyes and shining black hair.. Men on all parts of Northern India are there, t. even t...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
In Family Council A CHILD'S LONG-WAISTED FROCK AN ARTICLE WHICH EVERY MOTHER CAN MAKE DETAILED DIRECTIONS DIAGRAMS THAT WILL HELP. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 5 December 1914

- ý . = - - ý_ ý - - - - - - - ý - .. _ ý ý _ - - - _ { ' TT__ ýý ý ý ý A CH 'S LONG-1 WAISTED FROCK AN ARTICLE WHICH EVERY MOTHER CAN MAKE DETAILED DIRECTIONS DIAGRAMS THAT WILL HELP. (By Miss M. H. ROBERTS, Lecturer in Charge of Women's Handicrafts Departient at the Sydney Technical College.) " The. dainty frock shown With its long waisted magyar effect, is sketched from a hand made' one lately purchased for £2/12/6. Any motler can make her little girl one in odd mo ° - D ýCQJi I. ments at a cost of 19/6. If a cheaper make of lace is used, it can be made for 8/6. MATERIALS REQUIRED. s.d. lXyd muslin .... . ....0.. 3 4yds insertion, in wide ...... 4 0 Smedallions... . ...;... 3 0 2yds edging, in wide ......... 1 4 Ilyd edging, 2in wide ...... 2 0 6 buttons .. .. ......" O 2 3yds ribbon, 4in wide " . . 6"0 Total .... .. .... ; ... 19 6 If you have not learnied to measure a child and cut out 'the shape of its body from the measures, the size for the -foundation of this frock-can be t...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
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