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SOMETHING TO OBTAIN AT ONCE HAROLD BINDLOSS' BEST THE SEA AS IT REALLY IS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914
). SOMETHING TO OBTAIN AT ONCE H AROLD BINDLOSS' BEST TH*u SEA.AS ITREAILLY i, S. I e art of writing a noael without a real 'dyed-ln-tbe-o61l" eillaan:'is pecullar. -to Mr. Harold Bllndloes. e For'the better part ofthim book we may find one or?fore characters;wlios pant and present Is not over savory, but a booei or later we may .be sOure: that they wlll: achleve a more or less glorious ieformatlbn; shake the .ero.by th6"hand. and pass lto the, hereafter jfnrglvenaand almost -noble.. Nevertheless,; it kes something more':tan a villaln to make a novel, end bowever. mueh. we may -mlse the. aplee from.this .authbor' Workse. we are' fully ompeasate by./. the : extraordinary:, virtue baehro;nn.,,Mes milmineihsate fitsdo;, aSid -lP?81 :.. ail:Faorn : o ce2 bha same kind. M.ich as Mr. Bindloss builds . u his' romances" on :a . regular formula, the machinery pf the plot Is never conspicuous by' its rattle. .Rather are we- ever on the alert to read the next page, or maybe -hapter, to: see ho...
AFTER THE BATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914
- AFTER 'TlE 'BATTLE. -.: . A French soldier, - IL Peguie, writes to a friend : 'I paw the battlefield at Etrepagny. It is frightful to see sudch a inumber. of bodies bring higgledy-piggledy, just as they fell. . Etre.. pagny .had beeii looted to an extent one can hardly realise, but it cheered us up to notice the evidence of the Prissian rout'; numbeis of tunused shells, heaps *of'bags of "flour, and all nwnner of. tores: We saw.what we thought to.be .haystacks' set ablaze; but. 'on coming, nearer we discovered that they were heaps ol 'deddb6dies..":It seemns that the 'Bosches' do this in order to conceal their losses, which are tremneidous. The spirit' of'brOtherhood which exists' betweef the British troops and ourselves is 'something marvllouhs: In -fait,- 'e get on perhaps" better with' themi than' with our own, chuims" from "othir regieients. Whenever' we coine'aergss a.party'of thcn"they stuff us with all-maeaner of presents,-tea tobacco; i ;_ I: " Is 'not 'at all a'rare' thin...
German Officer's Letter to his Fiancee [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914
pr's Letter to s Fianc Sven is captivity the nrusian oefcer maia tains that arIstocratic arrogance which proveC ?im among other things-.oaristocrat_ HRa ing bcee: admitted to a barrack-yard around .which about fifty Gennan prisoners were tab niogtheii- exercise, I was at .once. struck by the bearlig of otwo men promnadcingapart from dthe "hers; wriutes -the 'DallyChrdnlcle' correspondent, obviously conscious of ?: peri ority over. companions?in nmisfomtune. -As °they came' nearer -I- sa that one was -a" :avaire ..ajor ,and the .other -an artil?erylieutenant The major, a thickly-se a an withT a- heavy law and superb .Imperial moustachbe was, a 'aood 'exampleof: the; tin gods of ml ta.ism wtWhose arcii-diety. is the Rais?r. Thee yJin?er oficer was. tall and slimn; with the .~osyface" tb a Frauleina above a long, angular 1eody. 4o -'orthy representative.?of'the HIerr Liutenaat tlassawhose perfect type is:the Crown Prince. SWith their. tiUh-fitting, uniforms and -hight £l4 . : Gern a n ...
Books that You may Read MR. H. G. WELLS' LATEST AND BEST A LIVING HEROINE FEMINISM AND MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914
-Books that You may Read MR. G. "WELLS ATEST AND BEST A LIVING. HEROINE FEMINISM AND MARRIAG - The crttic whbo, n reviewing one of M r.H. 9. Ie n?' vels,'remarked that every s?eteeding ok by- this yersatile author .read as If it fwere is first,i got erynear to the truth. In 'saing this.t Is.'not meant that .Mr. Wells has not rofted by:eiperlence, 'nr that the fa~ults that e Invlarlablypcet wlth-1n a first effort'arre re produced .wlth unfaling- regularity; :rither -Is Itmeant-that we have-an author in our midst. who can dispense with the novelist's nfalling frlend, the "stock character," who can see in 1ife the eternal niovelty of, things," and who re cohclles himself to the philoasophy. .aso .'ell enfnclated ini his own "Neiw Utopia,' that to say that there Is nothin new- uiider the sun in but to sayt n'saiother" way that no- two things have been, are, or ever will be qulte alike. - In:'The Life of Sir Iaac-U arman"'"r: Wells once again esiays the 'difflCilt.task of makin a eomhn t...
NOVEL & INTERESTING INVENTIONS NOVEL BOTTLE-DELIVERING REFRIGERATOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914
NOVEL- INTERESTING INVENTIONS :NOVEL BOTTLE-DELIVERING REFRIGERATOR.' An ingenious device has been patented which enables one 'tb select a bottle in a refrigerator'. and. remove: it without exposing the ice, or admitting an appreciable amount of warm air to the 'interior. It consists. of'any form'of icebox, within which a series of shelves is provided upon which may be ranged bottles of milk, cream, or any flavored .beverages. - lever controlled. from-the outside operates a mechanism for forcing the bottles on any shelf onto a roller track conveying a bottle at a time to a chute from which it is projected through a trapdpor upon a receptacle on the outside .of'the icebox. By keeping the flavors..' upon separate- shelves and marking each for purposes of identification, one may press the appropriate lever and obtain 'any bottle de sired.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914
IrICJ A U .-SB. JFVORL C HVB RENAAIlJf OUn COUNTr CUSTOMERS, WHO ARE SEEKrIN CHrISTMAS GIFS, COUOL NOT CHOOS1 ANTHING ELSE MdRE SUITAE THAN A CGOD BOOK 0 . ' . * * - . . . I - IPOST F EB -I THE AUSTRAtiSIAN BOTS' A.NUAL, 1( .. ........... ......... 5/5 THE aSTIALASIAN GIiLS' SAN.UAL, 11 . . ..5/. 5. . .. THE CHILD'S COMPANION, Mlny Colored? pj ? Pge'...... . 1/8' Pt OUR LITTLE DOTS. 180-P~a sofI Colored. Pictaus.ndSt".-...... ........ N 1/8. THE GIRS! OWN BOOK, Edited -by Mra.-.Herbert Stran .. .. .. ...... 118 : MlE nRIROSBBOOBKn iW.Te,.Eat or0 . . . .... .; .. . .... ..... .. 1.. I LD-TIM- STOIE FROM.UIM. AND ANDESO . .... . .. ........ ... .1/2 : T?I? EROWS OOR FO. O .(S to Is.a15 o)ld)- .... .. ..... .......... .. 2/10 THE BE BLUE BOOK ER GIRLS (10 to Old). .... ...... ........ 2/10 ,THE CILD'S. -A I nIREXI'CTURE ANNUAL, L-are TyIe. Eay Waords d(Chldren of to 8 TeaR) 4/ ITILE. FOLKS, 11 MagPaane for Bouy and Girli..: . .. .... .. .. .. . 4 -'Abae are"'-iea-padel.aalooa aot, o wi...
Indian Camp at Eventide [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914
Inaian Camp at Eventide Dunk p*as falling as we enteredithee-Indian canip ii-incongruous conveyancee-a motor ecar a-nd descended'at divisional headiluarters. Wea had e?me to spehd ani' evening in the camp rites -Franik Hillier, in the "Daily Manll"), .td dine ..and .stroll in this.strange, wild ntmo sphere; brought from.far, shores, from the hl)s of Nepal and the lowland;country.of the Sikhs, and established.on the outskirts of an aston Uihed Frenchl'vIllage. The seene was .oddly thrilling as .the. short twilight deepened. '.The loing lines of tents sank into the shadodnr of the -bods, and soon the gleam of fires. flasied among them as:the cooks began their evening task.- To the:left the* sky was flaming orange, and as "the light grew. ifanter the chant'of the'praying soldiers facing the west-rose and huing in the air, plaintiv`and long "drawn out, in praise of the .dying.sun. The trembling sound, almost a wall,.flle'd.that quiet cnuntry ?nirWlth tho:e myste'y .the lonell hess ot-wi...
"If We Cannot Beat Them, Insult Them," say the Huns [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914
'- W e - i. . - e I "nsi t-? - .. -thi The German Press, and particularly the pic tonral Press, displays its culture in so surprising a form'that Englishmen are 'largely debarred the pleasure of seeing themselves as the Ger-" mans see them. I-confess (writes a:"Daily Mail" correspondent) that to me Teuton humor is sometimes amusing, .but often incomprehen sible.. The most striking feature of the present-Ger man war caricature, apart from. its .lgarity1 is its usaninmous sterility of conception. It Sseems almost as though the Kaiser is issuing ideas as well as orders-the same -thought stands aip with monotonous 'aggression, like a neatly- trimmed -Teuton mcustache' They have set to work, these cultured' black and white artists, upon the following main:conceptions- (a)l That the French soldiers have no nice hoots, and that all round they are a poorly dressed.lot'by comparison with'the _ - Kaiser' line fellows. . S (b) That the English are a cominmerci?l. :'supercilious, football-playi...
Music and the War—The London "Times" Opinion [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914
e e-onon" eis o :: Since the beginhing of the present trouble there has been very:little to surpass in literary merit the leading articles-that have been con tributed to the weekly literary supplements of the ;London "Times." In "the.m idst of the ap -heaval of spirit that has marked the progress of events, they have preserved a measured balanice of tone that has admittedly gon ftar towards briining about that re-adnustment of the mental view-point' so necessary for.-the recpes appreciation of what is really happen in . Following are some lengthy extracts from one ct the more recent on "War and Munsir: When we say that march nmis .stelrs tho blood; we do it and 'ourselves an Injutice. It stirs something deeper than .that in--us;..for soldiers on the .march, singing as they go. are life itself.become music andyit La o -it a sym phony of Beethoven -had. turned from eart into fact. There we see men still men, but all made -one in fellowship, -with one Impulse- sounding in their -tramp ...
COMMONWEALTH PATENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914
COMMONWEALTH PATEPTS SesFr.i Gerilth eand Ilnwl, Patent Attorneys, of 71 Castlreegh-street; Sydney report that thft the following Ape plications for patents iPave bero lodged at the Coummon. neaith Paeat Ol.ce, Melbourn : J E. Anger. "lmprovcmnent in nEspension devices for lirake 'llock.",- Filed 25th November. I-llrea. "Plow." Filed t3rd November. E. Temple, and J. Plumb. "Improementa in lerect -lifting jicke" s. Filed ?3rd Noveeubcr. G. Groenal and H. Nilesoh. ."Improved treatment ol Subdivided ores for agglomerating or reducing thiem alh4 aparaus e'therefor." Filed lnth Novenmer. - , - T. W .Middlediteh. "Improvements-in apparatus emic pilo.ed eor operating auger and .-he like." Filed lites kovenbee. ,. - , C.E. Safford. . "Improvements in presed ehe?ec metal radintors. 'Filed' 19h November.'
GERMAN "HUMOR." [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914
ANHM O3ERMA~"HUMOR." The terman' "co-niy jutrnal XJIWk pub i lisfies the followninsieder the title 'of Thie Optioptiinast" 1 Staff, olfier rush ipg" towar d Kitchener, hoinutit Paris captured byf the enemy !w "Etc lcnhe says Eitchene l' now we'renrad once Tfor all ~iI the troablesante, hole. of a Enter despatck bearer "Bordeauxinvest Magnitcent I" cries Kitcheije r Another worry the fewer.s:ý; I r-Teleione bell rigs: "Poincare fled 'mto; * North Pfi'e:·" Be~ueitul + says; 'iftchener-~"He'r ='find: fresh :allieslier s :.:; _:'r Aebalemr telephione message: "'British Ets peditbon; Cntrpas totirelj annihilatlei:. ' :'.Capital,'F antwers; Eitchener, f:ow there's' room :.for my ntwv. Srai"rmy.::: ": :=- -:: :;; : I in th'e pris'onerscanip n; Germany,; EuKifcheit:ermetetwnum roaus comrades." How jol'ljcisherei say iepa he I alaya: wasted'to ppud'a Chrisfsascin G ermany"
JES' YOU BITE ONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914
JES' YOU BITE ONE. - A West Indian negro raccording totthe 'Bar bados Standard") told his overseer, what he : tbought,of~Britislb soldiers by .means of. alittle story. .-"sJes' before de war,, he said,. "del 7Kaiser, liesend a bagi of ric to Kiig. Geouie. a d'hfid heiell' hiti fflg George;?'I?i ta sim~ihi soldiers as dere:is.rice Io dis. bag 'apdajXEog SGeorge,he send-de Kalser -a bottle-of aigger S-.)tepe.s and he tell- im;, I only got as manyl soldiers as there is peppers In }tf bottle, but ije you bit~o~on .aid 'se hiow iou likie .hint,'
ZEPPELIN INSURANCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914
` ZEPPELIN INSRACE '; A large, amount' of iosaraoce ~gamst damage byi'hs.tilo aiiscift conr?ines t tbe'e?ecte'd ln Englanid:' ;Rated on` ordinary 'sonie proper'ct:y" average, 5/ per":cent>,a in" the. Inner? ;ircle" of aIndau'annd 12'' inouter dis gta ewhile on docks and: property stared ther'eh rate iso20/ Insurances .for .£100000:and s ll la:rger-snis' arerpequent. Qu:een Aleaandra's w'ardrobeo and v. aluables-. tSandrinilghai -aiand MarI- "hoi iiu?t?a -ote h'ave be-n ue :in d :-l.Jfor- L ,;0 at 11/. per ctT ·' As thas.'eiasbe eated in:`the;o DeilyyEspress, Wereinuoster -Abbey ba'a lab bren.insured for a large sum.
AMERICA WILL HELP ALLIES, IF NECESSARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914
A MERIICA WILL 'HELP ALLIES, IF S' NECESSARY, -im Ssmjtaneoutly with the. Ares ntatsn to tho; nr of assachusetts of a re?ýýoutiutio, ciling for an inquiry iito Aierita's offenssve strength, Dr: CV W/ liof, presinent ee tun of Harvard; -Univertity who is affectonatel catle Aine rica s first citizen,' painly.intiaed that Ae rica wil: neve parmit Gemay to wi ti A: - rdd-reAtdsing_.a :great mieeting o?Bbston,- Dr 'The American people will be `tie to, "its' debt to Britain and -Fraince, aid although wpe" hop tthe time williever.. come (wben'they `will; trn ito'thiieiUnited -Stateli for lilp s yet :weimust. fot forget the debt we onve then:'.' Dr. Eliot's words- are represeitative of thi views held by the leaders of American pbli? opinion, saysathe London 'Express."' M?M own inquiries among the most repreentaive Amrerie cans .leave no;doubt in my mind that&lt;aany over rientis ietal nger.btpation nfoloth ar. - r M rcace aetiave psetielstloir in ithpRau; r, t Standing out iamid the...
IN THE THENCHISS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914
IN '1II2 1R(S . /Au ~~ateain i g :kkhahb.6i'r e in the Bai!t'." .trmZ hes has _hean: forarasced ba captain in _tie______ofSo __i .ceaLnncais~cltr$y si .Lrantsaikeniar~ctw -poL' e iaaie~hddwpe -or.b ads`. n-eaj1,Tt. " ;' :t ~ bi~eiefzteaaaannoose 'thetf itaaaa at&3:, We htacad: aane:.or tieD at tack snacay. }rtac c f to, + ih trac , apr l t 11f thd _ic1'pd5iý9tatety far thew tb idcckp~ ts~seejbl.ttd nE )atcets. x-;° gy- l :' ý:thldi " a;te$a -n d3 :ff icrnsl9a._tv daitke';in --the knincdt t;ttntv)ee: Ch.m cad ane st fee n- Rgnimantt tht' zfid 1tpemi thsse Etbo ,nc6o.. fleAr~ nL tmus t iliene ~R p enn an ntot- Yecy' gosatiti ;ý ~bt~reyr sieti -Thought' of _itstitans.;, l3n *ve sing: them a, rte issue at aasý jam min meturan .-titat -mad keen to get 430 ;a m.-.lfand' Io~n sees 1 dayttght. Mug-;at tea andt aleep ti11. 6.31I, piable iaisas amued ant: maneis hmilrt.. our '. _Thlst glautra :and an ~it teajm-imno iit any ';- Lank found. ,tnsieatiu hl ane' tt lep3xtitn hati £; un do ...
[?] H[?]RR[?]TE[?] TAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914
German r -ihdieains iitnhi =ou tio somdlt Ienr n tE1iti pfl Eeth •e r.a. mA 1en .e- Te?zj -ii roh . i ?n ?. immitoL tifonvhs viie .In t"ein Cirtai rlitO ei- -;i ,-n a. . trr is a `reign a iete ." :teeneincmj tiYar-eelr Senuant a att men entered imn.tn's~.?,te - viain ; t'r."ddenly a n ri ree? r, iem-df the rm opnar?, hot'rers tfiuecreimernt," teltat threioh the urad E ,ii..'u?ent orhed?l'= ?into' tim "l.m- im'n - .vhihici -?l?st woin sed.' -In thlt first-tfnir bedmmdtuny itcmgtox a esrný r_' Thy;eii wren Scttr ,;as ,e nn'ul : -up' tire s an oa..-l "i them-tn iuik lite- Grmdan aa pri ilno rit ' ~;ns:ru thaei-will -theydid t?," ' it-ae tulj wers-thl .to ay rntiratteon Io -n - uirin.ýi, and 'pun: w=remn m ? - ?n ite ..to-tl: .i tiht :u"l eImetin L~a.in"'._t r h.n tha: t .. .,?i.mt .remat;.m her . ea-ily.When -t Ca . tma.h-.a.to ztit..?-ema vi" age they ft-t t -. or three- eur hehooi ufhrt tot res to shoet any .ig" l tiatue J xtdeai i.. -idi.'-y v thw r.or. - " I d, - t·o? ýi fli- Getrm...