HISTORIC GATHERING OF EMPIRE LEADERS IN LONDON. The names, from left to right, are as follows:—Front row—Mr. W. F. Massey (New Zealand Prime Minister), Major-General H. H. the Maharajah of Patiala (India), Mr. Bonar Law, Sir Robert Borden (Canadian Prime Minister), Mr. Lloyd George, Mr. W. M. Hughes (Australian Prime Minister), Mr. A. J. Balfour, Sir Joseph Cook (Australia), Dr. W. F. Lloyd (Newfondland Prime Minister). Second row—Admiral Sir Rosslyn E. Wemyss, Sir Joseph Ward (New Zealand), Mr. N. W. Rowell (Canada), Mr. Walter Long, Mr. G. N. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 157 words
AN OWNER WANTED. Private C. Ashby forwards this photograph, found on a French battlefield, in the hope that it may be identified by its owner ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 35 words
N.C.O. INSTRUCTORS. Those N.C.O.'s of the 48th Battalion, all of whom have seen at least two years' active service, have been sent to England to train recruits. Some were on the Gallipoli Peninsula ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 37 words
A MONSTER GUN CARRIAGE. This huge gun carriage is a special type employed by the Italian Army, but of which no details are available for publication. As in the case of most of the Italian heavy artillery, it is hauled by a powerful artillery tractor, specially built for this class of work. Fiat, photo. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 58 words
Lieut. F. ROSEVEAR. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 91 words
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