A digital camera can be your best friend.
I often use a digital camera to take photos of how things are assembled before I take
them apart so I can refer back to it.
(might not work too well if all the wires were the same color though..)
First question I have, is where did you get the glcd library software?
Did it come with the glcd module?
The lines you show are very similar to 3 lines that are in the glcd v3 library
in the file glcd/examples/GLCD_BigDemo/AnalogClock.cpp
However, the 3rd line in the glcd v3 library is
GLCD.DrawCircle (x,y r+3,BLACK) ;
Did you by chance accidentally modify this line or did the glcd module come
with its own software?
And what pin-out tables were you using or did you try?
Because wiring up the glcd incorrectly can damage the glcd.
Are you absolutely sure you have a TM12864L-2 ?
Is it labeled on the back of the glcd?
I can't help much until I know exactly what glcd module you have.
If it is that module or another ks0108 module, I can help you get it up and working
with the latest glcd v3 library software.
But in the mean time, don't run or play with the arduino board with the glcd attached/plugged-in
because incorrect wiring can fry the glcd.
And if possible, tell me how you hooked everything up,
all 20 pins including how you hooked up the 3 wires on the contrast pot and
if/how you hooked up the current limiting resistor for the backlight.
There was some discussion about this same or similar glcd a bit earlier:http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php?topic=54881.0
The OP never came back in that thread, so it is unknown if he ever got his display working.
The latest glcd v3 software can be found here:http://code.google.com/p/glcd-arduino/downloads/list
Best thing is just report back here, and I'll be happy to help you get the wiring