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  2. SOLDIERS' WIVES FROM ENGLAND—INFLUENZA IN MELBOURNE.

    ON Saturday morning the transport Miltiades was released from quarantine and landed at Woolloomooloo wharf 15 returned soldiers, 90 soldiers' wives, 30 children between one year and ten years, one boy over 12, two boys between 10 and 14, and two children under one year. The returning soldiers were met by the District Commandant (Major-General Lee), Captain Richardson (Embarkation Officer), and ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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