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Private F. E. Manning, mentioned in the New South Wales, list, is a son of Mr. J. B. Manning, of the Semaphore. He is 23 years of age, and was educated ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 75 words
Do the public of South Australia realise that their own troops were among those who were given the post of honor at the landing against the Dardanelles? ...Article : 1,332 words
Private B. W. Westley of the 10th Battalion, was wounded, at the Dardanelles about May 6. He celebrated his 21st birthday in February at Mena Camp Egypt, He ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 51 words
Private Bernard R. Shields McGowan is the son of the late Captain Charles Joseph McGowan, late Bengali Staff Corps, and Mrs. F. E. McGowan, of Large Bay, and ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 123 words
At the Keswick headquarters on Monday 124 recruits presented themselves for enrolment, and of that number 110 passed as fit and 14 were rejected. ...Article : 35 words
The increased strictness of the medical examination which candidates for enlistment are called upon to undergo, is having a marked effect on recruiting totals. ...Article : 83 words
Private James D. Morrison, 10th Battalion, 2nd Reinforcements, who was wounded at the first engagement in the Dardanelles, is 21 years of age. He is a ...Article : 68 words
Private G. H. Castles, of D Company, 3rd Brigade, is among the list of wounded. He is a son of Mrs. G. Castles, of 76, Mackinnon-parade, North Adelaide. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 39 words
Private C. H. Barnes, reported wounded, is the second son of Mr. Edward Barnes, of Kintore-street, Mile-End. Prior to joining the first New South Wales ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 64 words
Private C. Barnes. (Wounded.) ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 9 words
Private R. Mackie, who was wounded in the Dardanelles engagement, was one of the first to enlist from Saddleworth. He was highly esteemed in the district, where ...Article : 211 words
NORMANVILLE, May 17.-Mr. R. B. Clark has hit Upon a novel and decidedly pretty means of honoring the many young men who, in answer to the call of the ...Article : 176 words
Private Halstead, whose name appeared in the list of wounded published last week, is 25 years of age. and was a naval cadet, under Lieutenant Turner, an enthusiastic ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 91 words
HALBURY, May 10.-Keen regret was expressed by local residents when it became known that Private L. S. Newton had been wounded in the Dardanelles ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 49 words
Private G. W. Edmonds, who is reported wounded, is the eldest son of Mrs. H. Masters, Brighton, and grandson of Mr. G. J. Maidment, Meadows South. He was one ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 79 words
Senator Needham asked in the Senate to-day if it was intended to take drastic measures against Germans. The Minister of Defence (Senator Pearce) ...Article : 67 words
SALISBURY, May 13.-A send-off to several local yong men who have donned the Khaid was held in the institute on Wednesday evening. Led by Mounted-Constable Eyre and ...Article : 1,314 words
Lance Corporal Ernest Jones, of Port Pine, died from his wounds on May 6. He was one of the first of six sons to volunteer for service and was barely 21 years of age ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 75 words
Private Rex Weldon, of Parilla. who enlisted in the Victorian portion of the Expeditionary Force, baa been reported wounded at the Dardanelles. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 37 words
Private Percy A. Mackay, wounded whilst in action m the Dardanelles, was one of the first to enlist at Port Pirie. He is a groat swimmer and a stanch supporter ...Article : 69 words
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