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杭州桑拿

MONDAY 26 APRIL 1915

OUR SYDNEY LETTER. THE NATION IN ARMS. THE ROUTE MARCH THROUGH SYDNEY.

IN THE DARDANELLES. DECISIVE ACTION. ALLIES LANDING TROOPS.

FAREWELL TO TROOPS. A GREAT DEMONSTRATION. IN SYDNEY.

LOOTING AT RABAUL. INQUIRY TO BE THOROUGH.

WALLSEND AND PLATTSBURG. WALLSEND RED CROSS SOCIETY. COMFORTS SENT TO NEWCASTLE DEPOT.

(From Embarkation Rolls)

Private William Thomas Alder, Newcastle, 18th Infantry Battalion, 1st Reinforcements

Private Francis Samuel Atkinson, Wallsend, 3rd Infantry Battalion, 6th Reinforcements

Private Albert Charles Bray, Hamilton, 17th Infantry Battalion, 1st Reinforcements

Sapper Alexander Chalmers, Wallsend, 1st Field Company Engineers, 8th Reinforcements

Staff Nurse Kathleen Lillie Doyle, Gouldsville, 3rd Australian General Hospital

Private Alan Leonard Gibson, Plattsburg, 3rd Australian General Hospital

Private John Stewart Godfrey, East Maitland, 25th Infantry Battalion

Staff Nurse Emily Beryl Henson, Mayfield, 3rd Australian General Hospital

Private Victor Harold Pascoe, Dungog, 3rd Infantry Battalion, 6th Reinforcements

Private John Aloysius Power, West Maitland, 20th Infantry Battalion, 1st Reinforcements

Private Graham John Protheroe, Newcastle, 7th Australian Light Horse Regiment , 5th Reinforcements

Staff Nurse Edith Danson Rush, Nelson Bay, 3rd Australian General Hospital

Private William Sephton, Wallsend, 19th Infantry Battalion

Staff Nurse Emily Beatrice Taylor, West Maitland, 3rd Australian General Hospital

Private Edward Cyril Bird, Singleton, 2nd Infantry Battalion

Private Arthur Ernest Keppie, Paterson, 4th Infantry Battalion

Private Norman Marvyn Rushforth, Murrurundi, 15th Infantry Battalion

Private James Howe Sharp, West Wallsend, 4th Infantry Battalion

Private Ferner Smith, Bungwahl, 4th Infantry Battalion

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