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  2. The Y.M.C.A. Social Hall at Blackboy Hill.

    THE structure was opened by Sir John Forrest on October 16, in the presence of about 5,000 people. The many departments of the building are a tribute to the organisation which has made this completely equipped rest-house possible. For an acknowledgment of the use the Y.M.C.A. is to the soldier one need only go to the soldier himself. In so far as comfort lits with soldier life, the Y.M.C.A. at Blackboy Camp has organised comfort on a grand scale. In the hall a man may read, write, play at b[?]lliards, practice gymnastics, hold concerts, sit down to tea, or attend the religious service of his particular denomination. One of the minor items of expenditure upon the establishment is for telephone attendance, and this comes to a large sum vearly. Two telephones are going the whole day long, and through the good offices of the Y.M.C.A. messages are delivered at once to any part of the camp for soldiers for ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. "We wish you God-Speed"—The citizens' tribute to the 28th Battalion.

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