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  2. SOLDIERS' LETTERS.

    Mrs Smith, of Wilga Park, Bedgerabong, forwards the following interesting letter she received recently from Her. son, Private Ted Smith:— ...

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  3. CASUAL COMMENTS.

    The Acting Minister for Health says He has been told that the incomes of doctors in Macquarie-street range from. £ 5000 to £ 10,000 a ...

    Article : 128 words
  4. KEEP SHILING.

    All men are billeted from birth in some woman's heart. Some people cast their bread upon the waters, expecting it to come back ...

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  5. DRIVER SMITH'S INJURIES.

    Driver C. L. M. Smith writes to M Geo. Clifford, Forbes, under date April 21:—If things are dear in Australia, they are deai here too. ...

    Article : 104 words
  6. Wheat Protection.

    The South Australian Government evidently thinks. Mr and Mrs Mouse and family have, come to stay. In that State, next year's harvest will ...

    Article : 131 words
  7. BERT AND BILL ROBB.

    Writing to his people in Forbes, Private. B. J. Robb says:—We are giving the Boches some hurry-up now. You have read of their retire ...

    Article : 233 words
  8. The Russians.

    The Russian situation makes one tired. One day we hear. of tremendous battles, the next of revolution and war inactivity. The pity of it ...

    Article : 82 words
  9. Soaring Prices.

    A financial circular informs us that Australia is flooded with foodstuffs, which she can neither eat, nor export." It seems, to us there is a ...

    Article : 150 words
  10. THE BULLECOURT BATTLE.

    Private Jack Francis writes under date May 1, to his brother, Mr Jim Francis, of Daroobalgie, the letter coming from an English hospital. ...

    Article : 249 words
  11. PRISONER OF WAR.

    Private Ashleigh Young is a prisoner of war, and is in Numbers, Germany. Writing to his parents, Sgt. and Mrs A. P. Young, formerly ...

    Article : 202 words
  12. Here and There.

    Why is Holland like the Kaiser? Because he is low-lying and damned all round. Included in the list of places that ...

    Article : 73 words
  13. Worth Dodging.

    D.W. writes:—I've met the man who "has his bath once a month reg[?]lar, whether he wants it or not," also the one who has "a real good ...

    Article : 106 words
  14. BILLY TWIST IN FRANCE.

    Private Billy Twist writes fro[?] France, under date May 13:—Dot. Thomas, of South Forbes, is in the fame battalion as me. He is a ...

    Article : 156 words
  15. TRAPS AT BAPAUME.

    Private P. Smith, writing from France to Miss Agnes Cripps, of "Camelot College," Wahroonga, says: —Many thanks for the cigarettes and ...

    Article : 282 words
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