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A Character Study of a French Officer at the Front [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914
acter Stua d of a Frenchm emr at e Front My Brat meeting with a Ftench edMor dro service wan atallttle. village-west of R'Ielnft. In walkllig behind, the line of the French and Engleh"armles. so. far 'as posalble parallel .with theui, I have aince come' more than once into touch with the officee n co.einand, aind ?sy`experience, for what t t, s wornth is this : That the treat of traffc with a soldier-and tgentlemin lt n.always 'to be secured bys the Ssimple method of nasking for the_ local head. quarters - (writes W. -Beach Thomas ?in - the . "Daily Mail").; The German officer is doubt-. less on occasion a miian even of courtesy na welt as a ine. phyical type; but mr several year' past the'Germans,8especlally.the Saxans i?dt Bavarians, have complained, bitterly that the only:routo to high military command liea through the drawing-roomi of a proud, wealthy, and.narrow circle In Berlin.. It I epoke only from my own: experience Ii tie war, my in ference would be thatin France, on the o...
A Grim Ceremony—The Execution of a German Spy [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 19 December 1914
h.- Cer --p * It is the day of rerkoning. As the tide of tihe-German invasion recedes and the French authority.? that- either disappeared tinder its weight or was reduced to unwilling obedience to orders backed by irresistible armed might, regains its old. freedom .of action, - there are asome gmnaccountsto .be -settled. - The whole of the north-east of France, right awray. from the heart of- Paris itself" p" to :the German: frontiers, was-overspread with a net work of spies and -ecret agents of Germany at the oment the tai> r~ nega :.- edreds. o them have been detected and -shot (writesQ0. Watd Price - in the "Dailyt-Mail-), hundreds Smore; escaped-out of-the.reach of punishment by accompanping-the Germans in their reheatC But some: failed to ger-away, and have -fallen into the hands-of the French.: --What had.the done for the enemy ? Littte enough in some instanices. But it is noL the habit of'the Ger man Geheral Staf to: neglect a-precsution be -cause it' may prove tob-be of l...
The Warriors of the East show Exceptional Bravery [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914
he a_ r hf e ehxceptioner "Latest Dlies Ccntaipt4ao ID~orWAtioin that the - fefeat a! the Oermn~a 1iy _the Infllaa~tr oopa has tigde £_'Very'd~ahenrtening 1mprepssln through~ O ut-G~nZ - N 7T IN-HAND-TO-NAND FIGUTINO.6 -_-he~aermaaa say-tbit the Indiana are- lie?-. -.- INDoIANnANKTRY; ARIUVE iN HikAC TE EPIRIT-OH T TROOPS 0PRO INDIA TO G0 IO THE FRONT. G-'**;* *^^ /.^*^ ,. '- *;. -* * **' ,'*''* -' - "^ .' '-*.*** . : *SB fK P~^^~ f *it!~ laf /!e *'(^^*; aenaly al mu hetralegr and more nimble than th'b Gereia snoladerae; anrsathat therefore it ?a. imniposible for the Orman?a tod Tanquish them bilbind-to-band fighting unlessa they are muacs mitare umerotbs thi3the Indfanl. . -hit n lsreperted that the British reserv.o the bidions hit every -battloe until the moment ar Ijes aor hsnd-to-band combat. Geremianyhoped that thoinaurrectaion..tu- in the Transvaal :would hose .:tken'pl? l'o lAugust, tn accordoance with the settled agreements? and' a~cret-treatles .with (Genertl. e Wet' and' h...
Some Historic Instances of Martial Law [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914
SSo e ~~~istrc'sacsHo ril w _ .To obtain an accurate idea of what is implied In the phrase "Martial- Law" "a. considerable e?ountiof delving is required amidst the dusty tomes of the law. One of the-.best known authorities, of course, is ' Finlason, and his "Martial Lawv" is a recognised text-book. This subject, hovwever, is essentially one to be com prehended only after an exhaustive survey of Eniglislh history Ironi the days of ihivalry oa: ward, arid then the.net result may well be con sideied?-inadequate a when compared with "the ffe 'ground Tiat has bbeei covered. Maitial law, s Dicey :points out has no -lplare inc the? Eilish Constitution,?- ad' it-would' 'eensrb that .at- the': various -periods =in h story ist.heni 'it: has been put -nto'-practltee that'.there has been genera'ly a fair ground for assumong tl.ah- a strict: view of the circumstances sur rounding itse use would find little of no excuse fo? its' adolitio: At this present crisisin the h'story of the--Empire;, howe...
Career of the Kaiser's Master Spy [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914
C f t Ars aster Spy It Germony'ycaIlly had no deolene on:. UGk iiriat, nad Bilheand many peopledeclared juot jefore\'thei outbrea of ;.the war?; whatended' lid Mile fr eatablioshig the uge network o 'sapeoa ihl irb. riow. known to bevec xisted in' England for years pst? - Tht~e can be only enea gical anIwer to such a ?question. "Gormany "throug:he br plesi, bhan been .pavhg tlhe.way- to .the day"'wien; na Oihe' fondly; hoped1' Brltaln would-c'riimble and , all under tthi bele' eof'Pruuslaon'-llitarlm . -In' ? hle development of thle .Geirman ?vy,- in' the activittlc-of Krupp,- and la ; but by;no.moend boa~t, 1n the, greet:Ospy orgnnlontlon"::ee lied tile'keynotes' to'-ttat policy of neacelubrlveneas wihfch .Germany bas ;troubled only thlInly? to veil BRAIN OF THE OlHEtf It,. required-,a man of great geius -of `;inlglt. be oaid ; unparalleled o Ironetry, -to or g anle. uch a ova system.f eplong agaa thlat "'' bich eGrty ilasy"h employed 'in "thilscountry. In "Steinhauel.o Potsdam," :...
PRICKLY HEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914
PRICKLY HEAT. S: ', (Park =Road) is troubled with pimples on the chest. and-back. . A. This'maffection of the.covered pcrtions ofI -he-body is -comimonly known as prickly bheat i-::--.Tl e .dieaeis walways the-result -of excessive' warmth, usually affecting the cutaneons parts vhich.are covered by the clothing: The treat s-r.,ent conists tion removal when possible, to a ecoler locality; anid the substitution ol open -ueshsed cotton or p1lk rabrics for closely woven roollen: or flannel undergarments. The diet -, na.'rle sould be ginerous.and.varied,-with -''good supply: of vegetables and -little •animal food -..An occasional wirrm bathrwith' the ad S.dition of somebicarbonate of soda to.the water -wllai soothe and relieve any -i?rritatio. 'sThe skin-should then be, dried with a soft-towel-and ca?lam?.nc lotion, dabbed over the_rritable sur- --"face -
HEADACHE. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914
'HEADACHE. S(ondi)=comiplabxs of the recurrence -" :bhusi-headaches. A.:,Biliaus or gastric headache is common. The coudition is .generally of a toxic, nature, and"3. is caed.- by i-ritation of " the brain. through the poisonous products formed during retarded digestion. Your, best course would be - to take .2 or. 3.g rains of calomel whein the Theadache beginsla-d follow i. two hours by a :tumblher of mineral water. Should tie pai?n still persist take ithe following powder in ._e?a d::shenaone 8 grains.-citrate of caeine. 2 grains. The diet so.uld obviously hbe. that. for primary dyspepsia.. Suif bathing-would not ae harmful.
SLUGGISH LIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914
SLUGGISH LIVER. "Mater' (Sydney) suffers ;with joint swell-I iags and also hai peculiar nervous .and mes A.:` Your'trouble-is' evidently of -drupzicst. -?+origin;-for :which t+he liter.is +probably respon sible.: lhi" creacuient consiia -of- strict" ccli atio' in the amount and quality of-food take together with 'appropriate-exercises-= Food-c'on tanunig .fat an&- butter zmust; he avoided.- "The aecise taken should be such as.involves rapid : arssage tl rough .the air, as iding and motor -'ug. 'fake a dose uS sulphate-uS soda ouce a' week; and- the following msixture in- water two or-three ltimes a day ;r llute nisss-hydrochloric arid 10- iniunru lilicture of- capsicum 3 liuiuus, liquid-. ezi ract of l.araxacuza 10 Mdism Outh-i -eson of gentian to iou.
Questions of All Descriptions Answered MEDICAL OFFENSIVE BREATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914
eonsoff escritons er - iFF NSIVE? EATH? - Devon" (Sydney) wishes to know bow? an tmpleaant breath may be?removed. - .+._A &sumirn that +the conditdon is not doe to teadc e~th,.enlarged tonslis. or gangren. o r " f r bite Ditt .e ntIan d you- should take a 3gr bouetpih ot1w .. night;..and"a -dose. of+ I--ne+ in th~e-morrding Afterward a 3g'r eascav'a~tablte," two of th,..,, " .- :+mes+? week when-required - The teeth-? sois+ 5-be: .+?:.mined andl scaled ..l-.a.-denit-_ .After -.? '..earh uea.: clhar the: Wil ,-th : ".m..+an- antiseti r" ' - ,dentifrce,:.and~then-+rinse the niotl ouit-with - the foIos?i?e -Iftion -:.Peroide on-hydrogen la, water' to floe. .& boric-arid mnonth ~wash ..(iS grains eo-lox) is'alro satistactoty.
Short Story: "A CASE OF NERVES." [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914
Shorotr Ay CASEOF 5torNERVES." The answer to the question, '"Ofwhat value will tradition be to the British Navy when the Great Day eventuates ' is answered in the powerful shortstory given here. The writer, P. Britten Austin, is an acknowledged muter of the sea in all its. moods, and his por trayal of the scenes on board the trapped German cruiser is one of the, finest things he has due. At'lhtis moment his psyphologicai analysis of what may be called the German Naval Mind is of peculiar-interest. May his forecast be correct ! The. full story appears' in, the November 14 is?se " A aravy nor th-east gale was. setting with the flowting tide into- the River Ems.. Just off the low.- standy point, lay a" long, four-tunnelled cruiser.. In the heavy rain'susalie. which seal lowed her eorery_'few minutes,s helooked like a Sthing ofit mist, so well did the gray of her hull and siuperatrheturd blend- with the gray of sea "-and sky. .She pitihed'sinwly and gently at the talut-stretched cables ...
Australia Launches her Latest Warship [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914
ut a a ches, her L--atest W.arship___ Sliding quietly, but with business-like deter .nsnation,. down the- well-greased "ways°" at Cockatoo Dockyard, Sydney, last week, the hull of the latest addition to"the Australian Navy took the water after .she- had been named thei Derwent by Mrs:. Jensen wife of the Assistant SMiiister for Defence. - . A peculiar interest attaches to this launch of Lr.I..JS." Derwent,- for she is the first war vessel to be completely built in Australia. The Warrego was alsolautinched at Cockatoo Isliand (April 4, 1911), but, she 'had only been re-erected :from- parts sent out from England. The Derwent has been entirely built -here .of sp'ecial steel brought ,from !England, .whIle the Swhiole of the main propelling inmachinery is also being made at Cockatoo: . LOCALLY-MADE TURBINES" . The Deirwent will_ ec fitted .with Parson's tiirb nes, driving three screws with steam sup "pliell by three Yarrow type boilers. which will be entirely heated by oil fuel? carried ...
Australian Flyer in France [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914
Australian Flyer in . France The famous . young Australian aviator-. Sidney Pickles-tiie hero. of the_ attempted flight, around Great Britain somue time ago, and the. victim t subseluently of ' disastrous'.accl-" dent is now as well 'as" ever,' and is serving in the capacity of lieutenant in the Royal Naval Flying Corps. , At the 'resent time he is sta tioned in Frasnce,".whither he was sent' oni No vember 4 lost . . SThe _above information, which is the first Australia has had, of one of her most intrepid aviators, 'was conveyed to th, "Globe" during the week by Mrs.M. .Pickles, miothter of the young man, who, with her usband,ar rived in Sydney- fromn London by, the "it.M.S. Ventura. SIt " is . rather' a coincidence,"- said , Mrs Pickles. "that I should arrive in Sydney, on the anniversary of the very .day on which the surgeons announced that the bone in Sidne??s legg.'which had given them a lot of trouble, hal commenced to mend. ' that was on December 14, 1913, and about six weeks...
The Reason Why the Teuton Hates the Slav [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914
e eatseSa eilstic base. Her childish: antd, amazingly vul Ear.denunciations of Great, Britain arise from .;envy of the latter'c commercial prosperity and; from anger. that our iterfere?e?e. in ; thss :war i.bso:prevented,: or,; at least, postponed, the an ticipased? errian- victory. Simiasrlyp the, sco-n Sath:R rssian b"ubabariansa,'-'who ha-daed:tio; pit: himseli agaist: h ernman ' nsoltun, iseytrelyi e vidence of; the fact -tat Russia ihaso etnco'the ;.Japanese wa; refused any longer to be tle-tool .of .Potsdam.' and ':has, tlit.ie afteri lime. "foiled' leutonic schemes in the ;Balkans::. . Ger?uany hiaS' for generations; been' lRussra's hia'd-genius: (aypS Sidney,.Dar.. in the ?'R " Sei" It was part -of :Bismnarcks policy-,to: culti4at the'closest srelations" twith Pettogtd,; and .oninsre ,than. one' ocasion. he sacrificed th. 'interests-of Austria -Hungary to placate the, " Czar. :i'Germanised Rsusiass from "the' Biotic provinces-have held high positions'iiithe Run ' sian bureau...
Why we Didn't Reach Calais [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914
Why we Didn't Reach Calais Weird .explanations why murderous 171?n Krupp shells are not already screeching across the Channel from Calais to Dover. have taken: the place. of boasting In the,. German Press;' Talk about?"our impending clutch at Englanod's throat" has temporarily ceased. " Britons must not- think 'the Battle for the Coast has been abandoened by the Germans, or that they'have renounced their adiventurdus ambition to gafTh the eastern shores of the Straits of Dover for the attack on' 'our one and, only fose.". The only neow fact In the situation: is that- they have now substituted lexcuses for brag and. gloating. Germans are being reminded that, quite apart from :VUe "otubborn' resistance of the Allied," Flanders Is a.desperately- stubborn country even lo ,the invincible leglons of the KalQOr" to negotiate. "'A large number, of canals dykese and roa4lesa lowlands have to be crossed," says a whimpering statement. by Major Moraht, the military oxport of the "Ber liner Tage...
There's a Whisper of a Cold Fit in the Fatherland [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914
I··-. da-i ' tr ere ? sp ýAh -o.. - .. . . . - . +? ... • +'..++ ? + : + r. - - . + - + + . • + , . . . + + ] : . . . + . Thi-e- riter ci theý folow?ng ar ie;". wdc appeared a the "Daily Muail, is -qf neutral na innality; He hies visited Germany sevefaa hies since Ithe war:began and hat knowni the counter g-for man y l'eocs:. He- greed a "vivid iture o te tate of -feeling in Berlin, fromn. 'which city. he ,has; just returned?.? " . : Undeniabl y it is a marked change that has talten' grace. in`-German pbhiac, aentimneft in .the .Itelve weelka since the outbrak. of' the War. - oSeptember 1, glorious; cer taity; Oct obei 1 easyconfidene; :wit high :and hopeful ezpec Ltaona October "3a1 ;otwarlly confidance -etill, ut mangled ?with; mpaticnce. and moody ques tiangla t antd t?he st faint glimmerings of a lurking .loubt. -,.Tle varying moods mark .the. changesniup? idate-in the falling barometer ,of public expectataions.:. "Th? abtrn hytoet. roughchan ce, to beml erl en separate tit obn ...
Notes on the Naval Side of the War [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914
otes on .e ava. aide of t . (By "R.N.R.") THE GERMAN RAID. SIt is very hard for anyone who has not had the experience to grasp what it really means to be in a thick fog at sea. Even a thicktmist or haze is quite sufficient to make navigation uncertain.. It behoves everyone of us to seri ously.think of the. difficulties under which our sailors in the North Sea are working at thin period of the year, and then it will not-be so easy to say, 'What.is our fleet doing to let the Germans get over to the English coast and bombard unfortified towns ?" Although the details concerning the raid are few, the Ad miralty has made sufficient-known to coiclude th;t Admiral Jellicoe's policy'is not to draw his frouting cordon across the Heligoland-.Bight and the Skagcer lRackfor the purpose of hem. muing the, German fleet in, but rather to with= draw- them close over to our own -coast, -as -if ,to entice the enemy. away from'their'base. 'By this-means he has his own-ships much closerto their own' bas...
THE VON DER TANN. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 26 December 1914
THE VON DER TANN - Many people scout the idca stat.Admi-al-vonl Tirpitz has detached' the Von- der Tann from Isis ,High. Sea Fleet for. nmaraudihg. purposes, but it is not unlikely that it should happens If-we take it for granted' that he has id'e:as that.when his fleet-does come out that-they will strnd little chance of '?victory,. then;, perhaps, more good would result (according to his own reasoning) by sending one or: two good-class vessels out into the open trade.route to-ienace ',:.shipping; and causing- Admiral Jellicorto detach good ships 'from the North Sea. to clear them away. When it Is remembered'that~ over 70' -hips had such a difficult'task to clear, the-seas of small cruisers, then 'it may be understood what a menace: such a powerful- ship as the Von der Tann would. be, not only to. our.mer ehantmen, but to our cruisers, of inferior class,' which .have up till now been sufficiently strong' to:cope with the-enemy's ships at ~large. But though. reports reiterate that. t...