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  3. WAR DAY BY DAY: LETTERS FROM GALLIPOLI.

    ALEXANDRIA, June 11.—After spending a fortnight in hospital, Colonel J. W. McCay, who led the 2nd (Victorian) Infantry Brigade in its heroic ...

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  4. CALL TO THE COLOURS!

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  5. WAR DECLARATION DAY.

    The Lord Mayor (Sir David Hennessy) yesterday received from the Premier (Sir Alexander Peacock) a copy of a letter sent from London by the committee of the ...

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  6. BRITISH WAR LOAN.

    At yesterday's meeting of the Melbourne and Metropolitan Board of Works a recommendation by the finance committee was agreed to that £30,000 of the board's ...

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  7. ROLL OF HONOUR.

    (killed in action), aged 23 years, was the only child of Mrs. E. Tierney and the late James Tierney. West Melbourne, and nephew of Andrew Tierney, North ...

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  8. SOLDIERS' LETTERS.

    A most graphic account of the fighting at Gallipoli has been received from Major R. Rankine, whose bravery, which earned him the D.S.O., was described in "The Argus" ...

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  9. GAMBLING ON BRAVERY.

    Backing up the charges made in Lord Northeliff's papers that the British army at the front is not receiving proper support from the nation, the Bishop of Pretoria, ...

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  10. PROUD OF HIS BROTHER.

    An interesting letter, which affords' a description of the digging-in process that characterises trench warfare, has been received by his parents in Brunswick from ...

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  11. "NOT BAD SPORT."

    A cheery note is sounded by Private R. Killick in a letter written from the Ghezirch Palace Hospital. He writes:— "Things are going good on the Gallipoli ...

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  12. GALLANT MEN.

    In a letter from "Courtney's Post," Colonel R. E. Courtney expresses high admirataion for the courage of the men under him. He states:—"Captain Loughran has ...

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  13. ONLY PLACE FOR FOOTBALL.

    The son of Mr. H. E. F. Lampe, head teacher of the North Brunswick State school, who is an orderly-sergeant with the 14th Battalion, A.I.F., now at the ...

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