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  2. LIGHT HORSEMEN OF THE SECOND AUSTRALIAN IMPERIAL FORCE.

    The 6th Light Horse Regiment, under the command of Lieut.-Colonel Cox, C.B., V.D., and the 7th Regiment, under the command of Lieut.-Colonel Arnott, are now encamped at Holdsworthy, about four miles from Liverpool. These regiments belong to Colonel Ryrie's Light Horse Brigade, and are composed of men of the very best type, all of them being well-set-up young fellows in perfect condition, who can both ride and shoot well. Colonel Cox is popularly known as "Fighting Charlie," because in the South African War he was always eager for the fray, and led his men confidently and well. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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