DEAR "Non-Com."—The first thing you do when you set foot ashore on the Rock (Gibraltar) as a member of the garrison is to read an ...Article : 1,337 words
THE RSL. as an organisation is not sponsoring a soldiers' queen in the Patriotic Queen Carnival, the proceeds of which are to be divided between ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 295 words
DEAR "Non-Com."—I caressed the warmth of the faded pink patterned woollen rug. Malta—the little grey city fortress ...Article : 799 words
Those of onr readers who took part in the Great War are invited to send for publication accounts of happenings with which they themselves were concerned, either grave or gay. ...Article : 65 words
DEAR "Non-Com."—I wrote the enclosed verses during the last war, and they were printed in our local country paper in June, 1918. I thought ...Article : 321 words
DEAR "Non-Com."—"Cobbers" was reviewed by you in "W.M." Dr. Wood, more than any other visitor, came to understand the Australian ...Article : 426 words
DEAR "Non-Com."—Enclosed please find 10/ note for Press Queen fund. I hope she will be top of winning list in a splendid cause. I suggest you give ...Article : 94 words
Isaac Barry Gordon, on May 19; late 13th Hussars and member Wickepin sub-branch R.S.L. Phil Loffman, M.M., on May ...Article : 138 words
DEAR "Non-Com."—It knocks me bandy to think that anyone who has lived in a British Dominion and can appreciate all the privileges under ...Article : 323 words
THEIR backs hard to the cold grey wall When seems all hope is gone, While ever and anon they fall ...Article : 204 words
0N Saturday, July 20, the annual reunion of the 32nd Battalion, A.I.F., will be held at Mrs. O'Connell's Stirling Social Rooms, corner Milligan ...Article : 103 words
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