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THE DARDANELLES AUSTRALIAN PROWESS AT THE POST OF HONOR USING SPLENDIDLY A SPLENDID CHANGE ITALY HEADING FOR WAR OFFER FROM ALLIES RUSSIAN SUCCESSES THE POSITION SUMMARISED.
The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Monday 3 May 1915, page 7
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The late Private II. D. Tutt (S.A.).
I Fifty inonymon» telegram» were received
.lieutenant T. Holland (S.A.).
by wealthy Americans aboard the-L-.isi
iania as she was on the point of sailing,
torpedoed.* Relative.« of the passengers be-
sieged the l.-Äiding stage«, begging their
jority, however, departed. Foreigners «rta- !
tinned around the docks passed"-the word, ,
voyage." Almost a panic wa.- created.
Major I. Blezard' (Vit*.).
NEW YORK, May 1. '
.LONDON. April 30.
AUSTRALIAN HÉROES.
Lieutenant Colonel li L Ll'iott (Vic).
Lieutenant Eric W. T. Smith (S.'A.").
Mjjii" .1 C Kout its-m (<,> ).
(Vic). .
of vocal items was sub-milted by Me.««rs.
tions liy Mr. A. Bowden, and banjo items
mother."
The late Private H. D. Tutt (S.A.).
Fifty anonymous telegrams were received
Lieutenant T. Holland (S.A.).
by wealthy Americans aboard the Lusi-
tania as she was on the point of sailing,
torpedoed. Relatives of the passengers be-
sieged the landing stages, begging their
jority, however, departed. Foreigners sta-
tioned around the docks passed the word,
voyage." Almost a panic was created.
Major I. Blezard (Vic.).
NEW YORK, May 1.
LONDON, April 30.
AUSTRALIAN HEROES.
Lieutenant Colonel H. E Elliott (Vic).
Lieutenant Eric W. T. Smith (S.A.).
Major J. C. Robertson (Q.).
(Vic).
of vocal items was submitted by Messrs.
tions by Mr. A. Bowden, and banjo items

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