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  2. AERIAL WARFARE.

    The Ramsgate are raider wade a [?] of a tra[?] which was fill of women and children. The bomb fell har[?] However Other bombs ...

    Article : 44 words
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  4. MILITARY NOTES.

    Private H. Brandt left by last night's mail for Enoggera. ...

    Article : 19 words
  5. DISTRICT RECRUITING.

    At the Lennox street Drill Shod yes­terday the following three recruits were accepted:—Messrs. M. A Lawson (Monna) E. J. Phillips (Gootchie). and R. ...

    Article : 44 words
  6. GREAT BRITAIN.

    The Kings and Queen to-day received in audience Captain Clutha Mackenzie,who was blinded in action. He was accompanied by his father Sir. Thomas ...

    Article : 305 words
  7. MR. H. M. WALKER FARE WELLED.

    Mr. Harrild [?] nanger of the local branch of the New Zealand Insurance Company who enlisted recently, was farewelled last night by his ...

    Article : 540 words
  8. "Intermediate Base.' Cairo, Egypt.

    "Dear Mrs. Mathiesen,—I must say I am very pleaded with the sox which you sent to the wounded soldiers.' I happened to be the lucky one. But the ...

    Article : 698 words
  9. THE HIGH COMMISSIONER.

    The Imperial, Industries' Club luncheoned Mr. Fisher. The Lord Mayor of London presided; and said that the Empire and Australia' were to be ...

    Article : 204 words
  10. THE CHRISTMAS BILLY-CANS.

    The last English mail has brought a big budget of letters of thanks from soldiers at the front who received Christmas "billy-cans," and the ...

    Article : 182 words
  11. THE COMMONWEALTH.

    Mr. Charles H. Johnson, has just received letters from his son, George, of the Royal 'Engineers, who it will be remembered was recently awarded the ...

    Article : 419 words
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  13. DID NOT GET ANY.

    A Maryborough soldier writing from somewhere in Egypt on Christmas Day says: "By the way, what happened to all the billycans our friend's in ...

    Article : 123 words
  14. Tel-el-kebir Camp, Egypt.

    Dear Mrs. Harold,—I feel I must write you a few lines thanking you for your billy can you so kindly sent out here, and which I received on ...

    Article : 2,780 words
  15. CORRESPONDENCE.

    (The Editor does not necessarily; identify himself with opinions expressed by correspondents.) ...

    Article : 15 words
  16. TIARO SHIRE COUNCIL AFFAIRS.

    Sir,—I should feel grateful to be al-lowed a little space in your widely read columns to make some reference to the report as published of the last ...

    Article : 711 words
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