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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914

THE MEN WHO CAME-FROM INDIA TO THROW THE LIE IN THE KAISER'S TEETH. - Splendid types of Slkhs now fighting for the Empire which the-Kalser's spies said was dismembered. -'Wekly lIlnoro" Photo.

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

Distress Helps Distressap :"-It hs ten s a maiter for universal comment y "philorpher. and foolalie-?aqt there is no kindness so great as that tehichl esists betwreen thosewho are themselves in greatest need of the benefits of -that feeling as experienced and ec pressed.byothemrs So even amon-gstthos fan lies that:we'have aslsiied thera hos bten?f nd one that has been abrle to still furthtr deny itself on behalf of a case that did not com.e within the scope qf the Shilling War und; and -that was fike, therfore, to:go beyging ian vain. To imagine" circutstances worse than those of -the writer of the:following letter.would be.a most difmiclt task, :and yet thisais what she has-to say:- r - o -o " Dear £Si-- enclose `s fqr the person you wrote about in the your, dsutreascolumn, whose husband is suffering -with locomotor Ata"ia if you could inform me with her. name and 'ad dres and whether their,'child is i girl or boy and the ge,-'.1might.be able tosend her some little clothes:if -you ...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
How to Pronounce Prsemysl and other Slav Names By Chasto Unaveny. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914

ow ronoun . .: ...,e . an other. Sla . ame. By Chasto Uraveny. Most of us ire able to make more or lees patisfactory attempts at pronouncing the maio rlity of the French and Belgian places men-' tioned ~dil ia tbo press. However inacscurate snch pronunclation might be, still it serves our purpose. Shonld .owever; most of us attempt to pronounce the anmes of some of the places mentioned in the E?stern theatre of the war pio dccasionally' find ourselve greeted with unestions 1ke -the' following : "Say, old chap, sufferlng from a-dlilocated Jaw 4" or "Take a .glass of whisk; and water--very little water Sad a slice. ofltmpn and get to bed before 1 i Ib nevmw ;od never be 'able to' keep it vp.O Had the w?iter, who has llved for a hEimber of yeaii'among the ·Blave; not lived regularly up tO ilah non-.de-plume,.which is. the - honetlo.-splling:iof: a couple .of words in a Slav language meaning "Often Tire?," he might have attempted helping readeru out of the di! ictalty ore this. Howver{ ...

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

Air E traordina Case -One of the most extraordinary cases that 1 has come. to. our" notice is that of a -Mr. B-. This woman,. with her tw. c?ildren. 's living" in Papua at .the outbreak of the -war, the hustand- being a laborer in the Gov ernment employ. Without any warning the order. was uddealy givtn outthatirA.s'B- - and her family, and other families similarly situated, should leave -the- country at once. Without'the -opportnnity to event somucth as take her week's washing -out of the tubs, or to get-together any, clothingfJor thethildyen or he?self, Mrs.:B - cold- do- no more tha?i draw- as much. of her husband's ready money to pay for.her-pasoage.end take the- bonatthat was waiting them.. Incidentally it cost heifZ" for passage money - SShe arrived in Sydnty an absolute srangefr inastrangeland. She managed to secure .lrom. - SHaving done. thi an" baving further.pad' for food for tie three of them Mrs. B -.'tined to the furnshing of her "room 'and purc.ised a bed arid table and...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
What Claim has the Kaiser to a Divine Right? [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914

at Ca - aiser t oae h? Of' all the estimates that have been made of the Kaiser's'character, or, rather, what there is left of it. seldom has there been one more reasoned and yet more stringcntiy destructive than that of.the -Vicar of Gorieston (Eng.), .the Rev. Forbes Phillips. - The dignified re straint of his words makes his accusation all themope pungent Reading between the lines, Sit looks as i the reverend gentleman had held back from a public criticism of the Arch As sassin's works until the time came when, in justice to the cloth, he felt bound to make protest against the-utter blasphemy of the sell= appointed friend of, theAlmighty. i. The occa eaon of this protest was .a sermon of' the Saisei's addressed to his Navy. - . "THE SPIRI1 OF THE LORD'HAS DESCEND ED ON ME BECAUSE 1 AM THE GERMAN EMPEROR. I Ald THE-INSTRUMENT OF THE MOST HIGH. I AM HIS SWORD, HIS REPRE SENTATIVE. WOE AND DEATH TO THOSE WHO RESIST MY WILL."-Kalser's address to his Easternarmny. - "Of course" he writ...

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

Then eCae of. M ?a. M.M.W tl Odi er Since last week' issue twre bore recetied. -several snma forithe rellef-of uch' caoe+s of "? distress as do not come a'ithin the scope of theoa":" :Sodoy-Timeo',.onO tho other PatrioticPrmds' . One of-these aounns Is speeialy. sent on be-K 1-. a??I of Mre. MrM.W. the others are to -be usedl . for any cass thatmay aco(e under our notlce. - They are as folow : -Previously acaioeedged 13 - B.DLB .'; .'-"1..'' ...{ ; +++ý-"_.. '5..- :. =- 0o.. -r, ; J. 0. Dailey "(tor ie. M."L.) ' - 0: - O.B. ",.' . 0-, .O : - Total amount rceive-d £5 3 0 -

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

AB.. ETIOLAL VIEW OF A FORTRESS WITH WATER DEFENCE,

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

-L WFTHEN THE FOG LIFTED. The.incident depicted-here is one ofthe iost.stirring of-the whole campaign in France to. date. The ?L.' Battery of .the..Royal Horse Artillery Cwere bivouacked nea? Compieigne-> There was .a thick fog; and the horbie had been harnessed readly to,be attached to the guns. --Soddenly the fog cleared . Six hiundred.yards-froh where they-~ito?d-tile 'rlitish gun-nera saw a-long line ,.of Germari :trenches -and some 800yds? aay were eight German giuns.; The enemy opened a vicious fire. ..The Brltish unlimbered their gunis,: but thireeiwere put out-of actioh. =The reinaining three kept upi thie fight till two moire were put eit of action :.The-last :British g?iriwas;served by Sergeant-Major Dorrell; a gunner aind a driver. :They stuck to ther work like the heroes that they were, putting:; four of the German guns out of the fight Then their ainmunition gaverO ut. ?' re.ievng forie cametoo- late to saveth. gal?ants: "men;but in-time to caiptuir all the renmariin...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Dramatic Story of the Emden's End [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914

r tS o he de' E ..-na Sunday; Sovember 1; at-530 a.a., the convoy and. theescorting cruisers,- - and tbe Sydney left??lbany for.Colmbo uir ing the first four days vry-heavy rolling was .a- rienced. On the Tuesday ',the cruiser . -the - ,andtwo transpr wesighted, and joined up :withi ,. Aboit an hour.and, a hal and ha?:tobi ordered'badkto-reantleThe convoy now conssted oe 3o'transpo?t? andfor cruisers an. ,r On'Novembtr 7:the cuise ;in , charge informned '.her. charges that tshe' had received ordeirn 'for whnt viieri d that cbiiviaftjr p the ,oonvy wdld' be in cbirge of' Q.,*1Nothing of motment happeghd1 until Sreached `Cocb& or keelng gTlando roughly 7ftl*ay betdeeei Albiny and. Cotonbo. As ; go~aearedlthat growoeorders were gievees tht hep meo lgh4hrhtg a' ci wasis feared that' it.n ai r tpc .hgztqabe IlinZ0 all0Pa It would' hh some-' -.·lb ut uhhrr }ft was on Sunday: hight; dTovp ri±hat: w# passed, the itlond :dnealy 60, tftttcnaway'on` or eport beram At 7.15 ins. the -- r...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Honest Poverty that is Forced to Destitution [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914

H onest overty that is orce to - est t on Bad and all as are the cases that have'been already relieved, and are now in process of. re lief, from the funds of- the "Sunday Times" Shilling War Fund, they are not to be compared with some of the instances of pitiful distress that have been brought .to our notice by letter or personal interview, and which we have-been unable to touch -in view of the restrictions governing the distribution of the money that has been raised. As things'are, we find it impossible to stretch 'a point and' make grants out of the subscriptions, that have--been raised for a special purpose, and we can there . ore do no more. than draw the. public attention to the facts, and trust to their sympathy to do something, in however small a way; td.ards as sisting these sufferers through the war.. "Take this letter as a by no means overdrawn sample: "Dear Sir,--Havingread of the various:cases of ditress being given Dubltcity or your paper r-: would -. just- like: tC;--?...

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

. : STORY OQ THE EIGHT."- ": On signalling the enemy .from thc foetop,. '"General Quartcrs"was souuded. off, and Every= thing clearedl away. At first it was hird -to teit who St was, and only two masts and -.the top' of three funn6al could b'e seen. Every man on hoard.s id: "I hope it is. the Emden. - Well give her,20 knots; she'll have to steam faster than that to, get-away from the Australian ocean 'flyer, Sy.dney . , ,.. : On sightinLg her,, our couose was altered in her directlon. and she, obon came into sight, as ?-e were doing a good 25 kniots. As soon as -the.wole of.the enemy's .cruiser could 1e. seent,we'allureeogngsedher as the Emden. . - Cheer..?ter "cheer. was: given, whern .the mren: weret.ldhat" it'was reallyb h?,Eniden. "Nos or?'Itl"cIthyey said. "For-'l09:years we haive 4een ',wasting. tinthis, and 'ow we are gqliig to show, What :ve can r:-do;". : . , :".. As soon "as the'Emiden saw us, she steamed broadsides all the time. The EEmden did the - betterfitingsore the f...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Is the Submarine Superior to the Battleship? [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914

Is the Submarine Superior to he a es When the last mail left England a little over a month ago, the naval .exports on the staffs-of the-various papers were divided as to the value of the submarine. Some there were, notably Mr. H. W. Wilson. of the London "Daily Mail," who contended that the submarine, by its performances, had justified all that Sir Percy Scott predicted fort it. On the other hand, the expert of-the "Daily Express" holds that the submarine has. done nothing to justify alarmist ideas as to its itility. PROTECTION OF THE SEA. The "Mahchester Guardian. says :-."Eve if the German'submarines were to nfaintai? their present.level of execution, it would take them the better part of a century to:make, the North'Sea a.plac :of anything lest.than deadly danger from German battleships or coisus" Even if-the co ure of the war were to show tthat,- assrome theorists have lield,'-the day of the big .battlýhip nis past, andathe sub :marine is destined' to take' its plac; thatre-. vo...

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

ANT HON :.DE RNS' FOR NOVELTY NEE LE CASES No. 41.-LEATHERETTE HABER THE LADIES RUST PROOF NEEDLE CASE. leatbh DASHERY BOX. 0001 ,oing Sch 'ov?? d nd.m braOs bond, eo anoiltt e 131 o? .ett oo aurt, B0 w04 Silk, ?R?cdlo Cot Ao?or? d Ne? dleg. 1/1-.. "ton, Thimle, et. 1/6 . Ey eN;dle13S' 'ed?L -Od. BRICKFIELDHILL, 6YDNEY `- ~- -POSTAGE MUST BE ADDED TO PRICES QUOTED. ONLY UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS, -BRICKFIELD HILL, SYDNEY. NEW PALACE EMPORIUMY. ='_ - - _~ -

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAINTY TENNIS BLOUSE WITH A POCKET ON THE LEFT SIDE POUCHED AT THE WAIST [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914

ITH A POCKET. ON THE. - LEFT SIDE POUCHED AT THE WAIST By Miss M. E Roberts_ Lctorer-in-Chargd of women's H anicrafts .•cpartment at the Sydney Technical College.) The tennis blos, to match the skirt'in last issua, in sketch l,, has many points at variance with the most common patterns now worn. It is tighter over the shoulder, its with less bag l'egines Under the arm-hole, is more pouched.at :the aist each side-ad less pouched in front Sand back?.and has a pocket in-the left aide. DIAGRAM'L . SWhen cutting, the skirt it: was-romanged to ihave: two pockets--one on each side.. But Swhen only one is' required,-th, pocket.should S?always be put- onthe right side of a skirt, but* on the left side of ablmuse. In placing the foundation bodice, pattern of the woman who is to wear the blome. make the shoulders meet as showh in Diagram 2. This Sis to make a tighter fit than some of the blouses we have cutlatey:. ... The.ine across the armbole (A to B) ould. not be nearly wide enough for the ...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
In Family Council DECORATING THE CHRISTMAS CAKE MAKING YULETIDE FARE ATTRACTIVE DETAILED DIRECTIONS THE ADVANTAGE OF PIPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914

=- --- - ~i;;~i:.. ; `; ·`·..- - _ -__ -'_ _- - ._· ' .r. _ _ ý . _ _ ý _ _ -" z _ _ .DEORAT!N THIE .,.HRIMAS CAKE nýA YULtrDE FARE ATRACTIVE DETAILED DIRECTIONS THE ADVANTAGE. OF PIPING. (Lecturerin-Charge, Domestic Science Dpart i.ent, Sydney Technical College.) Having succeeded in making and baking the' Christmas cake, tche next: point- to consider is the icing. and decorating; o'r, ait is usually .termed, piping. " - Some amatemr cake-makers are satisfied to have this done` bye the'baker ; the more, am -bitioui-will probably prfer to do it at home, 'and there is little doubt that the latter- is pi -iferable, for it will not only be nicer and more wholesome, but less expensive, and the effect of one's own. handiwork shiuldd afford' more ?leasure and. satisfaction to all concerned. . I feel confident that anyone possessing ani " average amount of taste, with care, patience, and practice in carrying out the following in structons, may. do this work quite ?atisfae - - torily. -- - ....

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

SA PEOPLE'S WAR. - In particular this is -a-war for the pdople . Thy? have seen it. They perceive that the vera- existence'of democracy as it -has flourished in: Great Britain is threatened with a death-wound. If we could imagine the War Lords flushed with so stupendous a. triumph as- a prostrate?' Europe at their feet, no one would fail to seeo. that the essential elements of honorable, iappy, selirespecting life would be at an end,-Sir W Robertson NicolL. The latest motor-car mascot is a minlatur Tommy Atklns In khaki., ith a strong llkene'sp: to LordKltehener. Oxford Unilverslty.has sent 1500 of her undesf? graduates to swell the total of the now army.";. On the third dy.. dinner. was ordered for'.

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

"THE BEITER MAN" "Tho Better Man." the well-lnown play by Rev. Cyrus Townsend Brady, has been produced in the form of a four-reel-motion picture by the S Famouse Player? Co.. with William Court legh' in the principal .-le. "The Better -an"' is the story' of o struggle between the lergymei'. for the worid's two greatest drlizse-a' tale of to-, .ay with the church and labor as the heme. In "The Bet ;cr Man" Mr. Brady has probably written ils most powerful ser non, and created his trongest character. Mark Stebbing and Leonel' Barmore, are wo. young clergymen friends, both earnestly workling for what they connider right. They are-distinctly difflerent types. yet love the same girl,-*ar.garet Whar ton,' the daughlter of the millionaire president of. the Wharton Traction Coompan. . . SThe Bishop haI: two vaauclesj.for which he ouat recommend rectors: They aire St Hilda's on the hill. the rich man's church, and -St Osmund's in the slums, the churqh of the work ing man. Stebbing chooses the...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Pen Pictures of the Exodus from Antwerp [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914

mPein 'icunt es of e ous om An erwp "Tho Yoad from Antwerp waon a moving pano rama. of the tragedy of'; wai. My motor car pressed slowly agaInst ithe troam. of -refugees, wounded;,'loot children', guns,- and Jaded :horaca and withlin' onieldvel stretch o?i open country *.. I sainthese plctures of .Wor." SWith these words. Percival hillllis. thaLon don 'Daily Exprgas" apecial, war correspondent in Belgium; Introduc'es halt a dozen .vivld'pen :?pletures of:th scenes that, marked the. fall of Antwerp. -Following are extracts therefrom : 'L"ondon omnkitiu L-F 9869 ;(Chislehorat line) stopped beslde, a roadside cafe. Four inalde passengefo roso" palnfully. rom their pillows and gazed at the ?assing. troop. Sirxoutside passengers with bandaged heads or arm,. and a grey-haired, grey-faced sergeant wrapped-in Sair-army-ilankot, looked-down.fromthebo.eata above. . 'Chielehurat all tho .way for a po?ny,' oalo a hoarse volc', from the conductor's platform. It came fromi a mud-stained Ogune in ...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To-day's Great Discovery—What Happened in our Parish [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914

ToaysGreat Discove WhatHaened i our Paris?????o - o sh .(FROM 'THESCOTS?_AAL) While the tinisbto freao n my mind I will try to. put- it down on. paper, the incredible -thing theatme happened In our pariah. . . Long yeat?-of ease dimmed onur. islon. Those who had aix wholer days in the week ,to devote -to their own pleasure began to devote' theseventh. .alo to' the same end. The day of. peace was bcamingl" :day :of'nrest. Thus it was when, with-the suddenness?o a llghtning fleash the- Incredible overtook?i?,s = - It: only, one :could- put it into, words!- 'IBtt .words ncan: noer. express thi sudden metin .of man and God when that meeting Is least ox petetd. It-as :heralded by the. booming; of ?ans across the sea-, . . It was war. :Over_ oll the seas.death-would soon -be riding- on th"o.blllows Faoces behame-stern: Good-byes were opokeo:n Au that werd "Goodabye." which we bear every day, and, which, like those old coin which-_ have passed from 1hand to harid s-long until -atloast .the...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Some Things You May Not Know About Everyday Life [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914

Some s Youady Iot owAbout Everyday °ie * By "Caizmmaray." Not so long ago, the man who would sit and watch a bird all day long would be regarded skith pitying indulgence as a harmless lunatic; and other persons would run the risk of be coming themselves affected by: watcI~ig him. in the same way as a crowd is fascinated by a man digging a drain. But. a great deal has come- from the quiet watcher of birds, and it Is no exaggeration to say that the science of aviation owes half its, results to the lunatics v -ho seemingly _had nothing better to do thah to strain their eyes gazing after the birds soaring in the blue heavens. Soomon admit. fed that theway of an eagle in the air wai toe wonderful for him, and' it has been too wonderful for all the wise men who have fol lowed him. Most of the birds' -secrets have yielded tp the inquisitiveness of man, but the) great secret, how a bird which is hundreds of times heavier than' air -can rise in the air and support itself almost without- moti...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
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