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  3. Recruiting in the Country.

    A SNAPSHOT taken on the Dubbo-Werris Creek railway construction works at Boomeley Camp. The recruiting meeting was addressed by Capt. Eade (officer in charge of Lithgow Camp) and two returned soldiers—Sergt. Tickner, D.C.M., and Q.M.S. O'Brien. Several recruits were obtained, and others promised to join later. Between Mudgee and Mundooran Sergts. Tickner and O'Brien secured ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. PROGRESS OF THE WAR.

    MR. WARD PRICE, Official Press Correspondent with the Mediterranean forces, writing on the Anzac evacuation, says the biggest "bluff" in history has ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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