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SPORTING [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914
SPORTING - .. - . . - . .;? C. . _ ·c... . .. ? .:..· . . ... ° CROWDS (to w C. .Peertim): Thie record attendance af any football match in .ictona stands at 54.747 (1913). and in. New 'South Waleit .at 50.257 (1914).;. WAGER (to .'Jacic.?' Refern) : If you -stipu late any particular:division and the horse', does not start therein, the bet is-otN; but. should no stipulation as t" divisons be o ad : you are entitled; to rcollect.in the case of the-,. horse .n?hing ay .division. oft?ce. rae you b backed hbm.inor. Howvever, your ponet amino to be vhether you made theo n "sthe ptilatin or, . not and :this we cannot decide..".:. "?'.':" ;", -.
Funeral March for Kaiser [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914
Funel rchfor Kaiser SWihulam Watso, wI ho has: already' contibnis tcld to the.Press.some,-ot the best.verse tih-t has been writeen on th' present straggle, was represented in the October- number of the "Nint'etesti Centoh snd Afterwards by the fculowbing . Funeral Mari h for Kaser Wil helm IL": ? 'HIE R-GENIHUN AICI ASSASSIN. Open the earthlower hun ahn, aiiughter and mith, tet them begin. - -: .... Hates th~~et blind?; furies' that curs, - Foluow behind, fonwll his hearse. tinderr the ground,· whienhe is thrust Gambolt.andboundo'ver his dust. .-' the enght when he is spurned, Girve him outight all he has earned. iWratb like a Bansmpain that sease. otter than shame, botter .than tears.,. J?potent ire, balked of its goal.. :' eor:ies ill, u ?,--ty t. sourge, • ?lopes that stiltanly.? urgef . - -. - dVreageance fellhuntinig his ghodst AU that in helttortures most Eashio'nr his bed deep, deep,. " - E&arth.o'er his head heap, heap. map of TH EASTERN FRONTER. . -1 .- - Scale map ...
MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914
MScELLANEOUS all 'other-deep-faiadsh ar'hnot protected.:. WAGES- (to ."Woodpecker'.- Danedin ; Coopers ace paid l/4i to 1/6i per hour i, N.S. Wales, and carpenters4f/5 'I/to1/",- -" MERRY-CO-ROUND '(to "Miner," .Cairns) :. Kindly forward- us your full address; Wehavc. s ome correspondence for you. :-' - MANIGANESIr(to "':S., W.-: Taworth) : There is no sale/for ma?ganese in Australia. and, -as: it 'canot bee'cx?brtd, it-iS of no' AUTOGRAPH (to"Victoria," East Sydney) : (1), The Pri??ipal of the r?iblic. Lib:arytwil. Ssupply the information. (2) .Not ineu':than .. EXAMINATION -(to "E.B.B " t. Druitt): No Chanbberfif Commerce- examinationb ia held no a.'- The ainkers' e'athirnano will be. held; on" Agecrber - h TIME (to-."T.E..'"Corrimal) : K. is. egn; ther is no di ence between the Sydney and. Melboumne standardltne ;-bhut, accordine to reiuwich.tim SydnyA -is 25 renuts ahead *of Melbourne.,* EASTEBr 'D.ay~?- (to Euqumrer" . Syfiy)? -. Eaoter' i iayi the first Sunday- alter the : , P...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914
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HOUSEHOLD RECIPES [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914
iHOUSElHOLE RECI-PES APPLE CHUTNEY 4(to 'Constant Reader .Aifi?le") : Ten: l`are-' cookDing.-apples, ive. onions (sliced); three cups of stoned raisins; i21b6Ib' dark sugar, -II bottleof[ vinegar, 71 cablespoostul bof mu.llrd, black pepper, salt,' aod cavenne pepper.~ Mix7 all together..and boil tell:. Bottle ad keep air-tight.' PICKLED GHERKINS (to H.C.H., .Manly) : - Take:as.nnschvnt'egar as will cover the gher- Iksis,'s?.'Musurc oneb.hal: as' mtuchl sugar, and bol ito ~ith half an ounice each of cloves, cinnamon,:aid all?pice and a little cayennec SThis will be-eo'tigh:spice forti81bof gher inns.. Boil fod 20 minutes, put in the gher. rkins Zand shraimer' till transparent , TO PRESERVE-FRENCHI BEANS (to .H., anid others) i Pepare the beans as if for isomedliate use. Place _ layer in-the preserv 'ing jar- and sprinkle".welI with salt. Repeat ,this prqcess 'until 'the jar is well packed;. :The ltose doin and imake the jar.perfectly air-tight. Whem wasted for- use the beans should b...
ADVANCE IN GUNNERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914
ADVANCE IN GUNNERY, Ten year' ago in the battle of Ton-ShaSa. the. perieetage of accuracy of fire from naval . guns was buta'small tfraction of what i~ poT-. aible .'at-the pr?ent .timb. At that time, i. ith. the 12in ~t, tit r?ror in the angefinder; at : a-distance of l0,Dooyds was -about 80 yd while.. the danerd rane of the, 33ff abject aimet at was about the sine tuistanace:tihe danger zoo . is the di'tance :behid. thei target winh a~b.eb shell soiil do if it just:touched the top of ~.ie target)\ 4s Iarger "sabre :guns were brought . intad beidng, the tiajetary.'of the 'she? beone much flatter, thus inackesing the :danger -o?ae. nd as this ?was ba~ked up by. a nore.,e3fcient range-findir, thCe error issabout 25yds.i lO '3- - jds. At this distance. with 'the havy gunsi . the danger zone is from..12 lOyds?? the 2in tc 150-in the 13.Sin, so that:the perci -og ,hits and accuracy of fie by gjnoderi ships may be easily understood. For instance, it iould • be.possible for one gousayer t...
IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914
IN BRIEF. "ANXIOUIS" (Newtown) : The addresses have been forwardedi to you by, pos.t: "GLENCOE" (Sydney) The discoloration, for which there is no special treatment, is merely.constitiitional.. "BORONIA" (North Sydney) : The cure rests with yourself, but the personal attention of a medical man is necessary. 'J.P.W." -Paddihgton).:.The doctor you men tion can supply' herbs and informnation re-' quiredL, Send stamned envelope tor address. "FATTY" ..(Marrickville) : Yiouý wold. be ill advised to attempt a further reduction. Be satisfied that "n incrcas, in weight in no-, SjTA "(aoubra) - Yes; with" proper -treatment a cure should be possible. Any medical library will. supply particulars of Etandard works.'- ' "IGNORANT" (Neiwtown) : Any medical lib ',rary will- supply. "particulars ,o stndard :works. The'doctor-probably fiad'areason for withholding the prescriptiopn? TCONSTANT IREApkf)". (Bopndi)- N.., indi vidual treatment .an: be recommended h e&e, S.but you miht tae"bde d.liv...
INTERNED IN HOLLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914
- INTERNED IN HOLLAND. T?helprivate message received by the. fr:enos of Commodot~ Wilfred Henderson is charac-. tzristic of that:offi?ek, who, though a strict dis-.. ciplinrian, is a thbrutgi sport`.He deplores the fact'of beirng rupe out so soon, but says that he and his .niencherifhthe hope.: that something Wilt happen to sconclusietheir in- ternment beiore the war. cnds, axndthusallob -.. them sto have another .go:in 're?renge .of At werp" "Yanki,"' as he is called. is one.ot:?o?r best officers, and. is well suited hby sltnre is this direction. :ToseC hiin svith a battalion oI . wen is. e?t understand what soretof leaderhe - mrake~s, and to hear him give orders as to what kind of humirn .being possesses such a pair of lungs and vocal.powers. He is an adept in picking out delinqs-t-ts in the ranks, too, as I know to my .cost-extra duty for a week. Whale Island school in Winter is something which always reminds me of this capable ot feicer. - -
FLATULENT DYSPEPSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914
FLATULENT DYSPEPSIA. - -. suerferr" (w est Wallsend) ontplains of win d in the stomach, accomnpanied by water Fosb. A: :Your synptoms .point to'the flatulent typo.of.indigestion, which has nothing to do. waith the hea ?tairzh -but the teei -must- be examined and any'difects Attnded to.-.You.r food must Ibe thoroughly. masticated. which. means Iesure at meals. -Do:not eat when tired, but rest'. first, and 'th?h'n avoid: argumentative or exclfinglopics." Ahn outdoor life withl mode. rate exercise: ia:sde?i,?ab'le.- Tea should be c- placed by thin--cocoa, and the b'owels must be kept regular, prefeably witl cascara. "Any ur' r?tating diet thojld be' dnscontinued. and· only' easily €igested:ndurishiment'.taken:-.Take .he following mixture in ater :before" meals:: Bi carbonate -of-soda -10 grains, carbonate of mag nesia" I0-gains; -carbonate of bismuthl lO grains, chloroform" water to for.? Where-the fitulence isinteese a teaspoonful of bicarbonate ofisoda in a tuiblerful of cold water g...
SPRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914
SPRAmiNS. :"Burr" (Bathurst) wants a cure for a sprained anlie. A.: If seen before swelling bhaa comenced, cold should be applied, either in the form of ice or by keeping the joint -under the.cold-water tap as long as. can be.borne.- Anpiee of lint kept wet"with the folIowin gloton.tshould then be put .loosely, round Ihe joint, and a .solid rubber ,bandage oppli~u..Sugar.of lead,'." dsachm; actic ard,. I dc-achm; nietbylated spirits, Sos.;owater to 1'pint. Otbierwisa.the" icebag may- be placed ontside the bandgcand kept in positioln with tapes. If pain and swell ing bepresent, warm treatment is the "best. A flannel bandage rung out in hot water and.kept hot with a half-filled rubber-water-bottle is betier than hotI fomenitations. When the pain cases the cold application described abovre must dke the place of thisntreatmcnt, and a little ater massage ando paurivse ercises a mustbe begu." A splint, ii.employcd,.must be taken.oft at intervais for-purposcs of massage.. ,. .
The Case of Mrs. M.M.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914
The Case of Mrs. PLM.WL Last week an account wasigiven of the case of a ,Mrs. M. M. W---, of Canvastown, the details of which wcre particularly distressing. It was pointed ou~t at the time that unforto; oately -the conditions governing the distribu toio of the "Sonday Thice' and "Rlieez" Slir liig War Fond prevented us affording any as sistance. .Tbe sdme state of affairs was dis covered ta hold as regards the other public funds, such as the Lord Mapiyor's an the N'ational Relief Fund. It was therefore de scided to make a private contribution to the re lid of the wenmn, and for the time being enough ~as collected to keep her going pend ing tie appeal: tO the pnhc. During the wee.k .we- h rve- ecived-sonbhriptions towevd the relief of this case no follows £ s 4. L .. Wid( w-clt. . ... ; ...... o 3o" Taken together with the money previontsl mbscribele from tIhe ataf, thbls maaken total .it£213!;.- -. " ,, . " ,Te .utrm of ten ahillings wan also reciv_-ed (from "gympathim f 'Tho Dlti-e...
DIABETIC NEURITIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914
Kensinsgton" (Sydneyi) wishes trknow how. dia es, acmcpanied by neuritis, should ha e A,:-The abscnce of the usu al isroticpains at once suggests the necessity of massage and iassive eiercse. Electricity should be applied frequently -tothe affected parts, and an occa sional hot-air bath would be of benefit. Regu latioi of diet.mnust also be attended to in the treatment of this disease. AIll food taheui should contain the least amount possible. of sugar, starch, andall substances eausily convertible into these. Otherwise the diet should be generous, with no reduction in the amdunt; of liquid ssitally cbnsuised, Fish, ponltry, meat. fats, :eggsand glutn bread are permitted, alsobmost green vegetables,. Warm cclothing must bh~in sisted on, add the ganeral health carefully looked after, uigns of enaratiion bedngtreated with cod liver oil and the usual remedis ap plicable in the treatmeit of wasting diseases, The following mixture has frequently given good results, and sheuild ho takes i...
Offers of Clothing [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914
Offers of Clothing lrom time to time we IsvOe had oainel c clothing frm readers for the me of tashe is want; and already we Ihave handed over a quantity of baby clothing to a 'very presi cae'in. Balmain. Last week we recei?ni pin mise of assistance in this matter from a welt' known medical practitioner in that same sbreT-. Anyone in need of assistance of this kind should call at the ofice. when cunsimtin will be given their claims accooding to theta merits. The silve tea sod: offee troic: . w-inch fi.s M'acy3 Jay-on hi?dly¥ onte"d for the benef ci "The Sunday Times" and "Reer" PSm Shis Fondall-Dais oby Miss C. Perry. 'The o 1 iEav realised a total of £181181/ forh? d.'J £.-L Mlss Kendall-Davies. had preseted it to .Idisay?g, to be given to any. cdaity she L?to,---,,, Mss .Jay chos.e "The Snday Times"- Fud, because Ith c.daims upon it.wrem m.t pressing.,and.on qnired immediate atteatioi. - -
HOW THE FUND STANDS [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914
Snow THE FUiD .STANDS "The Sunday Times," "The Referee." and -The Globe". Proprietdor.. z .. 20,000 0 Previously acknao?i?eed .. a.k n... .. ,1_ 1 Australian Gaslight Company's Garage Employees Woolloomooloo (collected by W. Jervis) .. .. ..4.. .. 4 .... 4 0 "ProPatri-" ... . .. ......... z2C. 0 Silver Tea and Coffee Serrce-2nd -In stalment and balance by Miss Mary Jar .. ..... .. 0. .. ... .. . 56 0 A.LW. .. .. .. .. .. ...... . . 5 0 William J. L. Turner. South. Hobart -. 5 0 Mrs. Holdship, "Belsize,".Rose Bay .. 20 0 A.G.A. .......... .... ...... 5 0 G. Jenkinuon, airfleld ..... .. . 4 0 Yarra Borderer . . .. .. .. .. .. 1 0 London, Dulwich HiII .. .. .. . .. . -6 0 Mother .. .. ........ .. .. 8 6 E.. Mullens .. ... . ... . - 2 0 Mother, Waverley ... .. ... .. 2 0 Noah's-Ark Furnish?ng Co.-.. .... . 3 6 From five contributors per Hon. F. R. Winchcombe, M.LC. ..... ..- ..- 0 Employees of E. Ward's Dock. Balmain 330 Mrs. A. Jackman -3/16. H. Jackman 3/, Miss R. Barton 3/, Mr. C. Ba...
IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914
- IN BRIEF. CAMPSIE: Yes, you could claim for that period. LIDCOMBE: Probably yens. Cannot'eay more oni the few facts. E.GG.: Proceed to do thie work yourself, and charge him for it. G.M.: Yes, in such a case his right of action ordina?ily' subsists'for'a period of six years. FAIRPLAY: It would be advisablesto stop payments.' . &NXIOUS: It is perfectly legal. You must sue, but don't try to be your own jawyer it costs too much. PARRAMATTA : Of course, the order'is-for the child's benefit. The ivar-does not 'excuse everything. CLIFTON: Generally, but not always. The welfare of the children is the first clnside Sration. . RE.D.: Probably -both courses are open to you, though the :former would present some difficulty in the proof. " GABO : B-has no claim whatever tothe estate, and has probably by' this time lost all right of recovering the stock mentioned. IROONBARK: They are riglit.' Your-omission to ,give the requisite' notice is fatal to your claim. There is no doubt about yo...
Australia's Neglect in the matter of War Horses is Culpable [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914
Abstali egi et in he atei of Wa orses is Cupa~ble - By.E~ -D. 3 VANW.)~ SOur war messages 'castaittly ttll us of enor moats losses in soldiers-by our enemie,; and tde .:eavy c -tits'amongstthe troops of the At Iaea..hut riot oiceword of the terrible slaughter 'thieesmustoalso beof .horses- on both sideas., :. We;,"nA;Aitrala ha-e-of :late yeats neglected ho-roe-rienedig -a 'good~deal. owing,-so .doubt. t the adventof'the cycle and motor. Intian "-ocse-buyc?ri have of:late years .complained - abbutothe quality' of "the "Walers,0-which.-had -for'a long timeb'hecome the best Aimy remount t- hat India could import, and-wlichT also proved - their quality in the BoerWar. It-is quite pos s -ble that before the war- i? over Great-Britain may -call- on Australia··~~~fo for remont!.- Hlore- b breeder.-bear',this in mind'.: I now propose to show how thle combatants sctandin -the maiter of a supply .of- yemonts :'he latest available statistics give the dumber of horses in each-of the warrng ? c...
WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914
WORKMEN'S. COMPENSATION. INJURED ONE (Leachhardt) Under ordi nary circumstances 'yot would-seem entitled to compensation ; the difficulty -s"' whether you have complied with the statute in the matter of giving notice and commencing ;'proceedings 'within the. specified tifne. The Act provides that 'proceedings for' compensation cannot be maintained unless written notice of the acci dent his been given as soon as practicable after the accident, and'before the workman has voluntarily left the employment, and unless the proceedings to recover compensation havebeen commenced within',six (6) months from the date of the accident, or, in case of death, within six' (6)months from the-time of death.; In your case, probably the notice has been given. But with regard to -commencing pro ceedings within six months of the occurrence of the accident, failure to do so will be fatal to the action unless it was occasioned by mis take, absence from Neiw South Wales, or other reasonable cause. In your c...
A FAMOUS FIGHTING REGIMENT, THE "DELHI SPEARSMEN" (9th QUEEN'S ROYAL LANCERS). [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914
SFAMhOUS FIGHTING R-EGIMENT, THE "DELHI SPEARSMEN" (9th QUEEN'S ROYAL LANCERS). Trhe a-ovo grouip of iithe Of5ders of the 9th Lancers was taken some time ago, bit most of the officezgsshown are now, or ha?, -, been, engaged in the flihtihg itnio in Northern France snd Belgium. The names from left to right arp:-Back Rowi Capt Caver Sdish, lieutcnan: Reni~lds, Lieuiena?t Chadwickl, Captalin Shaw, D.S.O. (retired), Captain Lucas Tooth (whose -death was rej?ported from the front some timeoa'o), Captain Keniple (Rlding -Master),; Lieutenant the Earliof Rocksavage, Lieutenant Hesketh.. Front Row: Major Belle-Browri, Captain Lord Frederick Blackwood, D.S.O;,.Coloneil Wiloughby, Lieutenant Lord Douglas Compton, . Captalli Abadil; Lieutenant Chisenhale Marsh.
The Genesis of an Empire Trade Campaign [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914
e Geiesisf o Within the past fetw days a combined move meht has beeCn set on foot by the New South WVales Chamber of Commeree, the Chamber of Manufacturers, o.nd the Millions Club for. con-. ducting a publicity campaign to induce the public to exercise greater" discrimination In the purchase of their goods In favor of Empire praducere. A combined meeting was held -last week, when-the report of a commlttee was considered on the whole matter of taking advantage of the present situation to bring about trade expan sion. • We understand that there are various pro posls now under consideration of a Joint com mittee formed from the three bodies mentioned. One of these proposals ,is a pnbliiety cam pqilgn through themedium of the Press. An other is the Issue of appropriate slooans on stickers and buttons, as is dose in A.oerlte. Stll another Is the introduction of some method by which purchasers can identify goods as British-made. A fourth is the publicatlon of literature in pamphlet foerm ...