The "Anzac Bulletin" announces that matters in connection with the establishment of a hostel in London are cryta[?]sing. Mrs. Samuel who was in charge of ...Article : 633 words
Of 100 men who offered themselves for enlist[?]ent to-day sixty-seven were passed as medically fit. MELBOURNE, July 26. ...Article : 111 words
Mrs. J. R. White, of 207 George-street, has received word that her son, Al[?]n Douglas White, has been wounded in France. ...Article : 25 words
Mrs. [?]. G. Wheeler, writing from London, on the 14th of June to Miss M. S. Trotman, says :— "Since writing to you last, the great ...Article : 895 words
Soon after the outbreak of war Mr. Cedric W. Hill, son of Mr. and Mrs E. O. W. Hill, of Fassi[?]ern, booked his passage to England, and, after a period of ...Article : 1,031 words
Wheat is firm. Australian steamer parcels, afloat for London, have been said at 58[?] per quarter. ...Article : 23 words
The first of the 1916-17 series of wool sales has concluded to-day. There were 10,563 bales submitted. The [?]ding features of yesterday's sale were repeated. ...Article : 1,174 words
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