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  2. WAR DAY BY DAY: HOW THEY MAKE MUNITIONS IN FRANCE

    Mr. Lincoln Eyre, writing from Bordeaux, describes the making of munitions in France:— For war purposes all Gaul is divided ...

    Article : 1,945 words
  3. AUSTRALIANS WHO HAVE FALLEN.

    Sergt. G. Chadderton (Died of Wounds). Pte. A. West (Killed). ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 38 words
  4. SOLDIERS' LETTERS.

    Private Glenn Martin (5th Battalion), St. Kilda, who was wounded in the battle of Krithiu, writes to his relatives, giving the story of how he and his mates got a ...

    Article : 850 words
  5. War Crisis Next Year.

    The following article prepared for the New York "World," presents an analysis of the war and its prospcets by a military expert whose name is omitted in obedience ...

    Article : 1,137 words
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    —("International News Service.") TOMMY ATKINS UNDERGOING DENTAL TREATMENT BEHIND THE FIRING LINE. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 14 words
  7. Prisoner in Germany.

    Mrs. H. Knight, of Mitford street, South St. Kilda, has received the following letter from her son, Corporal Knight, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, who is a prisoner of war ...

    Article : 197 words
  8. American Trade Boom.

    An example of the extent to which American trade has been increased by the war is afforded in a recent issue of the "Shoe and Leather Reporter," of New ...

    Article : 161 words
  9. CARING FOR THE WOUNDED.

    A Melbourne nurse writing from London to her mother (Mrs. Crisp) here, tells of the attention the wounded "Tommies" are receiving. She writes on June 11:— ...

    Article : 291 words
  10. Enlistment in Britain.

    Conscription is inevitable in England unless conditions radically change within the next sixty days," wrote Mr. Ewan Justice, an American journalist, in the middle of ...

    Article : 1,257 words
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    —("Newspaper Illustrations.") MR. LLOYD GEORGE (on the right) LEAVINC THE MUNITIONS COMMITTEE MEETING AT THE ENGINEER INSTITUTE, CARDIFF. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 18 words
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  13. "NOT FANCY DRILLERS."

    "I would not believe that I had been hit by a bullet," writes Private W. H. S. Andrews in a letter to his mother, Mrs. J. Barclay, of Frankston. He was a member of ...

    Article : 204 words
  14. WITH THE ARTILLERY.

    Dr. E. W. Edenborough, in the Artillery, First Australian Division, has written to his mother in Melbourne, giving an affecting story of the need for big guns on the ...

    Article : 362 words
  15. SPAIN'S GUN FACTORIES.

    Spain is extremely desirous maintaining her neutrality (wrote the Madrid correspondent of the New York "World" on June 20), but it appears quite probable that ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 500 words
  16. —("Sports and General.") HE LOST HIS HAT BUT NOT HIS HEAD.

    The enemy spoilt the shape of his hat, but did not interfere with his appetite. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 26 words
  17. HEAT OF THE PERSIAN GULF

    BALLARAT, Tuesday.—Writing from Tanumah Camp, Busra, at the Persian Gulf, Dr. Merz informs his father, Mr. G. Merz, that the heat there is intense, many ...

    Article : 260 words
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