Son of Mr. D. C. Att[?]agalle,of Mt. Korong-road, Ironbark, who has been wounded, but not seriously, in France. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 69 words
Son of Mr. J. Close, of Myers-street, Bendigo, Who died of wounds in France on the 18th June. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 52 words
A soldier writes as follows:—"28/6/16.—I think the most miserable time in my military career has been crammed into the four days. Wet, wet, wet, and nothing ...Article : 405 words
Mr. Charles M'Callum has received the following letter from Sergeant W. W. Pearse, who is at present with the Australians in France, 25th May, ...Article : 422 words
Ill in France with crysipelas. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 29 words
The following letter has been received from Private N. S. Draper, son of Mrs. Draper, Mundy-street, dated "Somewhere in France," 28th May, "Prior to enlisting ...Article : 586 words
Writing from France to his wife .at "Bendigo Nurseries," Retreat-road, .on 30th May, Sapper Arch. Cook . states:— "We have had a few exciting, incidents. ...Article : 784 words
A. flutter has been created in Hobart by the announcement that the hon. William Hugh Clifford has succeeded to the Barony of Chudleigh through the death of his ...Article : 193 words
When you have finished with your "Bendigonian" each week will you send it to the Soldiers Newspaper Depot, Haigh's BUildings, 225 Collins, street, Melbourne? ...Article : 156 words
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