Speaking at a complimentary dinner tendered by a number of members of tile medical profession who had volunteered for active service, and who recently left ...Article : 584 words
In connection with the death of Lieut.-Colonel R. Gartside, the gallant Harcourt officer, who was killed on 15th May whilst leading his men at the Dardanelles, a ...Article : 244 words
At a meeting of the local relief committee last night the treasurer (Mr. W. Gruner) reported the financial result of the recent concert and sale of gifts to ...Article : 795 words
The following letter from a Liverpool officer to his father in Liverpool, regarding the desperate fighting for Hill 60, was published by the Liverpool "Daily Post ...Article : 633 words
Mr. George Juffs, a Rochester lad, is on furlough to arrange his affairs prior to his departure for the front with several hundred other men of the Permanent ...Article : 74 words
The ladies' committee has despatched another parcel of woollen comforts to headquarters for transmission to the hospitals at the front. ...Article : 212 words
Situated within 100 yards of Collins -street, in a new building adjacent to a spacious public park, is the Federal Treasury. This storehouse for gold and notes is guarded ...Article : 591 words
Our Inglewood correspondent writes:— Three brothers, sons of Mrs. Austin, volunteered for service, and all were accepted. According to information received by Mrs. ...Article : 44 words
Mr. Eric Hay, of the Bank of Australasia, and Mr. Thomas Ryan, who have enlisted in the Expeditionary Forces, left yesterday for Broadmeadows. Before their ...Article : 57 words
The Leichardt ladies' Red Cross Society met, last Saturday, and a good afternoon's work was the result. At the meeting Mrs. W. S. Cocks was elected president, Mrs. A. ...Article : 115 words
The following resolution has been unanimously passed by the Swan Hill branch of the British Red Cross Society, on the motion of Mrs. W. Hislop and Mrs. ...Article : 123 words
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