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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 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
The British Empire Must be Self Contained [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914

Touching Letter Found on Dead German Father I' daw him turn upon his pursuenr.n who, in blue and red, streamed cautiously after the two retreating figures In grey, the solitary two whlio had survived the light in that two-acre fiold. Ho knelt and fired, rose, nnd fled unsteadily. He turned again, tried to fire, and received hb. death-blow. His movemrents were slow, and his manage m?ent of his rifle nat that of one long accus tomed to anri. .I had seen hniscompanlon fail. some moments before, but this man faacinateq-. me' Thls surely, said I, is a mlddle-a oed sma torn from.hlbn fnmliyto become; with cosntless othb ern ,'tlbd le ti m a o .o ne: :?an ?,: l.? , The ehgine pulled szcwithts aV~c'eietlqlfp l a nliceioua snort as the nffrightoei a km Dloyesn -hushed to Warn us not t~~itt1 thso station. -The sharp'crack of th&b rlladcon tinued, and the French followed their toe. Something impelled me (writes .a I.'Dally Mall'" correspondent) at all costs to go aind look at my man. T...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The British Empire Must be Self Contained [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914

The- British -E mire Must be Self Ceontain ed By G. T. Milne -(HL? Trade Commissioner in Australia.) The great European war. in which Australia, In common with the rest of the Empire, has rallied to surport the cause of freedom and the sanctity of mnternational agreements, is giving rise to qumtions-regarding our every-day coin mercial relations which in normal times hardly occur to .u - -We have bare~lygiven.a thought in times of peace.to whether the things we hobay are made in Australia, the-Mother_ Country, America; or Germany; our chief-concern has been that they are that of which we were in ned, and that the price was not exiorbitaist. If the thought of patriotism in business ever occurred to uris at all, we datisled ourselves by some platitude about the beneficial effects of international competition in' trade and the ,necosary"economic interde pendence of nations. Now we' are at war we are told that by buying goods "made in Ger many" in the past we have been unthiriklngly bui...

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 — 12 December 1914

doN'T READ;.-IS'· L~Oot~LS3 YOU WISH TO BETr3n YOUR POSITION. rLOO~DllIDmnsea Colagenin;·lc3-lleh.? Ilpluy • R.ent. aod Ietler SALARY thao moot-orofeoBolllo I. So: "".e oh FJce moemR Oar, Tou EReop Doy , tornioo arni Aternoo . TIhooPOLICE. AS~~I.UANJCS " -FIREKEN. Etc.I OO IE to ThE School for TuItlon. Thola - lize atodlitance oop learo ithe isIgrh?l,-Id-prote.s .-oicn POST. "HO Melter. WVi2hSe YOU LIVE I_ iloaroontee to. ooyl~jioP0 ,TO StSt.-LAuCISS StO1OItj • IlSFI and IECIfd? ' WHi/b.?r t lodel. etc.. t±: : 551 "HSUNNRY -MOTOR SCi bOl: (R?ulutrnld) CoMore, .ir t-rri~sja/ . I:.CALwSEZs SThEIPr.-SYDNEy;. srtWHAT IS HIS0' I U'PEIRECT CURE FM COLD Jr ThIE IlAD AND Ra'? OPEADED SCOURGE, IlAY FEvER AiD CATARRSS. ZVitI'?'IER (AND TQERE ANE ISULTITUSE NOW', 5 DELIQIIED WIT rr ITS SUCCESS AND EXTREME sDaPuCI'EY oNLY SALT AND WATER AS DIRECTED. O DIE DIUG 0 Ol:Allr rU.vS~fr /~P2, o r)Sr UCOC *Dpll Uu4 stoyS·~; yoe ANI: OLD WOUNDS-"'HEIR CURL An antiseptic ointment known as Borazer is atnew...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DOG WORLD CHOOSING A DOG FOR THE HOME LEADING BREEDS REVIEWED BY WORLD'S AUTHORITY ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914

THE DOG WORLD CHOOSING A DOG FOR THE HOME LEADING BREEDS REVIEWED BY WORLD'S AUTHOR:ITY: _ - ' ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. F.W.T., (nbao): Thanks tor thec papir.: A copy of t-e issue in question'will be forwarded. ; - ." - o.C.U. (Gomoedob) ts-ancious to I secure -A pedigreed retrieer dog," And& aks -me to wire-Mr.- Clement -logford to ascertain. whether be has' one for' sale. . Ats.: 1 am'forwarding the'a ddressso;thzt: yoi ay -oomnmnicat' tcii tthe gentloemaot'r tosonoo. 'I never !identify myself with dog dlig .- ' - . - "Yorkshire Toerriers.-iM. J.:- Cook (Xewcastl) re portst at he has a litter of four foine dog puppies by the late Bright Gold-Sylroan-?ose. Sylvao tqueen is x1so in whelp to SylvanKico - -K ot fr TBe P'oomerauio acd Toy Dog Club ofoL SioAb the tast meeting of this club-the following wore apc pointed to the committee: Mesdames Brooke, Conybeare, and Dibley, and Messos., WVight, iddell, Owen, 'and Necwman. 3Mr. G. K. Keats' was appointed acting-trea surer and...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Kaiser Half Criminal, Half Mad, says French Writer [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914

a iiser : I~ l i~~al~C;, aMd ~ says Frenc : riter -The Kaiser has been called many names, but ' Is has "been reserved to M. Jean Einot, the well-known French writer and philosopher, to lay bhare his true character in-a comprehensive and psychological manner. The Kaiser, he says, is a "mattoide." This title is not a new honor; it is not even as complmentary as the Iron Cross . It meas that the Kaiser is half mad, half crimihal The term eas createdby the school of Italian cri .minologists, prosinent among" whom 'was Ce - Bare Lombroso, and .has not an English trans lation, writes Alfred Stead in the "?Exircos."? - M. Finot's cometrehensive, and-unimpassiqned method of potting the Kaiser iii his place has created immense interest in Paris. What would be the effect ii the Germans could be brought ,to .see that the Emperor they now regard as a demigod isnothisg. mere than a f'mattoide" a 'criminal madman ? :Steps are being discussed Io "distribute from aeroplanes in Germany pans phlets o...

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 — 12 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
In Family Council Best Christmas Recipes: FOR PUDDINGS, CAKES & SAUCES [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914

-·-~-- -;-- --...'-.·-':;:'~;~:;. --_~. -:-~.:_=-..,_.-- ._..----- . ~-~T~3 1` ' ;·: ~· SR;~ii~-~Bbr~gi~ri· ~1~5~~1~21 -IF~iP~.AB~Y-IB~PiE~it~: ~ ~4 r:· ·-. ~I -Best Chris nas ecipe:. (By aMSS AlWIE MONRO. L -i-C ge, Domestic Science Departmen Sydneyr ___ __ Technical Coucge.) - EcH. CHnrIsTMAs PUDDIruo. . InIredlnt? :- 12os butter orfbee! suet. Bu. c urrants, sao. raisins dor-niicacteis; 12of b??ad crimbs, e-gs. I grated notitmes,-I altuspDon salt, lIttluegrouod- cnnamnon, spiCe Cud mace, 8oz brown sogrgo~do suotanas, 4dn??a lmbnds 2 oz glace cherries,4 dos eaindled peel, .oz lour, 1 lemon. . tablespoons treacle or golden syrp I wlneglouu.brsady, ~- wPineglas8-aberr CHRISTMAS PUDDiNG N . 1. Decorated with glace':rbhernies a creaLtent shaped pieces ot eandieadpei or ita, and sent to -the table with anor bandy-blight Ietiod: flrot prepnrae'ho. friit, wash the currants oand sultanas, -remove" ihe·itaolks thun thoroughly dry.- Takelthe-oeeoda out of the raisins or muscatels and cut'in'...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Some of the Kaiser's Leading Dispensers of "Culture" [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914

iC -·.-: - ··r ' o e:. a :: ` set Lem lim se °s ®. 96~9)__:~ 1 wo OEI 'ON KGUC, -ho Commanded the Germans in BelgluHm. GEN.-VON DER GOLTZ. GEN. Vcni HAUSErN: GEN. VON EMMICH. GEN. VON. HINDEN B-URG. CROWN PRINCE WILHELM, Tho Kaiger's Heir, and Commanier of the, Army engaged about Verdun. CROWIj RIuNC1E RUPPR]CHT OP -BAVARIA. DUKE ALHECH OF WU1RTEMBERO. GEN. VON BULOW. GEN. VON HEERIN GEN.

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LETTER FROM HOME TO A SYDNEY LADY "A STRANGE AND SOMBRE LONDON." [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914

...LETTER FROM HOME -TO A SYDNEY LADY "A ISTRANGE AND SOM~RE LONDON." The constancy-of the English peoplo and irm bellet in the ultimate.. success of their cause, mingled .wlth' adness and indilgnatlonaat' the atroclties- to .'which ..the' unfortunate .Belgians ive 'beesp ubjected, finds a 'reflection in the aetter wrltten ?ly j-ladr Who hIw been tourlng niawlgZ ,iit, eouina freye ledgreitlys, 'Tb:Pdt ter is dated, from Idatloek, in Dtrbyahlre, and tI addressed toa?flend resident in.Sydney. The writer, after noting the deep concern and anxiety pervatiding all classes throughout the country, not for their own personal safety, but for those serving them - abroad,~ goes on to say' . : "One does not doubt the ultimate lssue of this most awfual straggle, as" itdoes not seem humanly possbhle that the Germans can win evqntually.. By.this tnple you will have read And hehad' itlch odf their reaolttin c>iimesl. -,In , .'i , l· :-no. -.;-· : .?r; -i··.l ?. .r c:-? :, .... some Instances peo...

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 — 19 December 1914

VALUABLE FORMULA OF ARABIAN :SPECIALIST. - For the almost Immediate relloef of SIdney - Troubles. Pains in the Back, and Blood Impurl tlir, the following prescrlption will bo- foundh-" oL value to. thousands :-Put a .teaspoonful of Erso. S?alts In a 10-ounce (3-plnt) bottle wltl - 8 ounces of water; then add 2 oundes or'Arablea I xtrct (triple strength). Shake`'well, and trk?": a tableospoonful tree times' a day after meale.-- Itinntelo to?edtaln Aib?l? Extract, from S?our' . eheIIot s end 3/S$ilttýto' :Araban-o RmenieI -

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Right off the Reel: All About the Movies [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914

®. he el ® -bot e M vi's Four hundred char ccter, parts on the screen is. te record of which Jdi stU - D. Baines, the Than hoeuer lead, Is` justly proud. He was for merly with the-Edison Co., appearing In the "(reat Train Rob bery," one of thoe big pioneer plcture pro-, recentlyat the Picture Free Lance," screened tures of a Diplomatic ductions. "The Adven Block Theatres, 1s his latest achievement, hIs well-known prowess as a horsiesan being isn valuable to him in that ploductlon. Missa Norma Phillips. "consaiders heroelr the,. lucklest girl' In the ,,orld. She is the 'eautitl - heroine of "Our Mutual' Girl" serial, and inthat role very day, meots nidy: famous ' artiste, .sing -ere, actresseSr. rill lionairei -and soclety' leaders, and wears aso many gowns ans the ,.?wealthiet women--in. New York. Blanche - Ring gave her her, op io-rtunlty in' 'The . Wall-streot Girl". a tow 'years ago, and. Ssixce then she has - i g.ured in - many - roadway snucessen, crowning her legitimate abchie...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUPERFLUOUS HAIRS [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914

SUPERFLUOUS HAIRS. aGrateful" (Sydney). is troubled with a growth of superfluous hairs across the bridge of the noie. A.:The above complaint is- frequently met with, and the only positive meth??a of removing -t??superfluoius hairs would be by deectrolysi' in the handsof a skilled operator.--Depllatories are frequently made use of, butare- liable to cause blemishing of the skin; and the treatmmt is usually followed by a more vigorous growth. X-rays is sometimes recommended, but-the hairs invariably grow again.. .However the deformity may be considerably lessened. by continually bleaching the dark 'hatrs with perids :of liyd. roger.. / _

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EYE TWITCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914

EYE TWITCHIt. "T.C." (Marrick lle) suffers with- Intermit tent spasmodic movements of the eyelids. SA.: This troublesome involuhmtary.twitchlng of the-eyelid is known by- the name of "rlve blood." It is due to a spasm of the circilab muscle of the lid, and is more common in per sons of an irritable and nervous temperament It is occasionally the resultof digestive dis torbance, and -bould be treated accordingly. Aperient medicine must be taken regularly and finally a nerve tonic will be neaessary. Should the: eyes become swollen and irritable, they, must be bathed with warm boracic acid solu

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Questions of All Descriptions Answered MEDICAL BOILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914

tnp be r - MEDICAL ) BOILS. "Show" (Teniora) complains of the .'recur rence of blind boils. A.: Evideitly, your constitution has some; thing to do.with the regular appearance' of the boils, and as such a condition is usually asso ciated with the'presenceof diabetes, you should be exained for this pathological "condition. Local treatment consists -chiefly, in the'applica .tion of antiseptic dressings atercarefl pitrifli cation of the surrounding skin. -In your case the inflanmafory -.process evidently subsides without suppuration. Good food and good by gtenic conditions are indicated and care must be taken to protect adjacent follicles from incu lation. A quarter grain .sulphide of calcium tablet should' b taken three times a day until an improvement is noticed, whlen 'a tonic should be substiltuted For the-present crop hotbora?ie foments may be applied frequently until the area is cleared. -

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 — 19 December 1914

W HY SHOULD WOMEN SUFFER ? Old-time logic accepted it as a matter. of cold.. fact that women' were made to?affer ?frpm'girl.- hood to the grave. What a !monstrous doc? trine i A book dealing with the natter of pala':s and suffering as affecting wonlepfolko, and whichti' tells how thousands' have' bee , restored by a simple', home, treatment to pemanent health: after, years of pain, wll be,senetfrce to.anyoneq, who cuts out this advertiseineutt aid -sends ,it"i to Dept. A.,. 7 LADIES' .COLLEGE .OF,' SHEALTH, 54 Oxford-street, Sydney. Ladies yialtEng thc~ity are cordially i, ted tq callat4@, .ht over health matters witb t ianerea4

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914

NELSON'S MONUMENT, LONDON,-TRAFALGAR DAY." NO EXPLANATION NECESSARY I S- - -"Dail Mirror". Photo.

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Victims of Circumstance [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914

The Victinms of Circemstalnce On Thursday last a 1lrs. C_- from New= town, called and asked faor: some guidance as to the best method to obtain relief for heedelf and family. In this case .the husband was a- man of .good education and address,. who, falling everything else, took. on work as a- linesman temporarily. At the time of the general :elec tion his services, as welL as th-osa of many another, were dispcnsed with, since when he .bhas heen out of any reg?lar employment,- . .He has tried- to obtain work both on his own account and through the good offices of frienda. But.-t has been all in ain. As-a last Sreort he. attempted to enlisLt Unfortunately he failed to pass.the medical test... This left him almost without hope. "ievertheles, hbi forts did not cease with tiat, and he pluckily set about making one more attempt at seeking the employment that had already been denied hho only to record.another Wretched failnre In- the meantime the-wife has been doing her best to earn enoug...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Work of the Engineers in Modern Warfare [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914

.ý '1'ýe work of the "' ears: ýa "IVlode ý€ýre SBy CoLt H. FOSTER, R.E., 'bDirector of Military Studies, Sydney University. STho work of'Engineers in war deals with all maierial and mechanical objects not connected ,-vith Artillery or Supplies or Stores. It is of so varied a nature that it can only be described by enumerating it under several heads. Railways,. their construction;' repair, main tenance, and working, are carried out by mili tary engineers, although in.friendly countries it would be done as far as possible by existing -cvil organisations. - Telegraphs, including . telephones, wire tess,'and all descriptions of signalling, are also Engineer duties, and a numier of Engineer of ricers and men organised specially in the units for the purpose are devoted to them. All parts of. an army, from the base to the Com mander-in-Chief at the front, ansa from him to the army corps, and thence (f all subordinate units, are connected by telegraph. - While the army is in movement this.-...

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 — 19 December 1914

14OW -I- CURED MYSELF OF 1#,L rt&2e t1oi.bE URREIR TruLie - eeFtE sufrde tcure:Wrlteto-d·Iandlram II. bfr to rid Yourelf:trhd qnok y o this e'.'ti " ldrsarbdiaese at trllieiaes... ' 'TR- J. WyN1tftn.; M4RKarrST.-'D:SyNEY ,::eax~En~Rse~wbli.1'

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