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  2. Back from War. Sixth Q. Contingent.

    In accordance with the arrangements made by the authorities for the proper landing of members of the sixth Queensland contingent returning by the transport Devon, the ...

    Article : 508 words
  3. After the War.

    It is natural, now that the war is over, not only that we should take an interest in knowing the numbers of the British dead, but in analysing, from a Queensland point of view, ...

    Article : 1,620 words
  4. Campaign of the Sixth.

    In the crush of congratulating fellow officers and friends, it was hard to get a word with Lieutenant-colonel O. A.Tunbridge, the officer commanding the contingent, and even when ...

    Article : 828 words
  5. List of Officers and Men.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 668 words
  6. Arrival at the Wharf.

    It was generally understood that the troopship would berth at the Musgrave wharf between 7 and 8. but before 7 o'clock a few persons had gathered outside the wharf, and ...

    Article : 712 words



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