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THE GREAT FIGHT DARCY WINS. FIFTEENTH ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

[?] IN FIFTEENTH ROUND. Les. Datcy 'gained the tniddlcwc.'ght championship of the world last, night at the Uushcutter's Bay Stadium, by de feating Eddie McGoort£ in the fifteenth round. ? . . -. It was Darcy's fight from- beginning to end. McGoor'ty ven{ down three times, and on the fourth occasion, Sub Inspector Jones intervened, and the fight was over. , . '???','.. ... ' The Stadium was practically full.. The great crowd refused -to give- a fipnriiitr to the Premier, who* was nd vertised.to tnakc a recruiting ispeech*. but' the' 'Teturncdivoutided; men were heartily. cheered; \\'-'-'''-t''z-'--.-'-i~??!.'-~\'-:'~/'^'l. :? A full iw'pprt 'of-'theficoritest. together *ip- Snapshot s;':4;itJaSivfe'. to'«yie-f'Mir'' roj^Tf , wiH-t-6'foiDte!d :on paijSr'SH!; V' ?-%.'??,?

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMAN TRADE MENACE. PRESENT POSITION FARCICAL. Further Legislation Imperative. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

-GERMAN TRADE PRESENT POSITION FARCICAL.' \ ? Further' Logts'laUbri Imperative. '??'' ' By Critohley Parker. ? . A prominent German merchant in London once remarked to me that there was really notmng easier to evade than the Company Law ot Great lintain. Now that systematic enquiry is being made by the Commonwealth mto the constitution of tnc hyphenated companies, that is Gcrman-lirnisli concerns, the truth of the remark is emphasised. It seems incredible that a limited liability CoinDanv. camtaliscd. direc ted and smiled by Germans, and- sell- ing German goods, can be-regislered in- lingiaad as a;'British' Coy. ' ;Yet this- is-'trctjirtmkh* ctjmcY '? Ir- {order 'to. hide' tlieif ^xeal; idenihy, somcJ/qf .ithe principals- take /up' their rcsMericc-, ; W Lbado.n.for.a- few-days, .\yitfi the.'hilp of a sfllicitbr'si clerk- .'re^istcVing 'the Company, and an -office attache; hold^ ing one share each, thus providing at l(.ast'twi). Jinglish names,, r.hc concer-i appears to be .thoroughl...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

THt TURF. The fniul intcline of the HIH5 rurlnB icasoii Mas licia ai Warwick 'Farm yeslenlay in show cry T.cnthcr. There »a« « fair attendance. Itesnlts:— ? -?? -.- Hurdle Rice, of 100 so»»., about.B miles.— R. McilickiiiB-s Bidg«'1Ifce fLofi Viliroy— PJXchc), flst. 'Ib. (Rae),'l; O. G»i«liaW« Con promhc, 11.3 (Frctl.ind) g; G. Cranston'i b.g., A; J.I, '6 y*nrr, ».B (I-elr). S. netUng:-7 to i ComproraUe. ?? I.I eacb T. Bidcee Bee and Flfnch; » to 1 v Royal Hauticgi; IS to I v Kin; Lucre ; 20 to 1 v Colin. Won bf eight lengths, with twelve' feftgtht betweba second nna imra. time. -]i].H^ja. . „ ., Firm Stakcs^MS -ot«.. oti-inile.— F. Wil tiam-- Kolapotc '^mMatm-Otth). 8-t. (W. Lillymao), 1; I. BronV. Queen' Lonic. all. 7lbi. carr.V H.7 (J. HcRae);. 2»-«J. McQpnaM'i l-r. ( Lady.ilcttdn.'&fc fA;'.Sha,njlan-, a. BetUne:— ?.to-* Sir Lnrka; » to 9 v. TCoIaporr ; « to I v LadjrJtelion; j » 1 r Ppinsctta; JO to I.» Jonh' bi(; ,20, to. . 1 eacJi' v QuteA Louie *nd 'others. ' Vk on by...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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Cricket VICTOR TRUMPER MEMORIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

t^\y';:-, ?:OS^ket::'-':''^''; '. VICTOR TRUMPEtt MEMORIES. The annual report, of the New South Wales Criclret Association contains feel ing reference to the death of Victor Trumper, the-most gifted batsman of this or any age. This is not a paro chial opinion, but -the catholicity of 'thought of not only Old World critics but of those cricketers— English and Australian — whose_ opinions are- worth having. Albert Knight, the well-known English professional, and probably the most grandiloquent writer on the game, referred to. Trumper as a slender figure, wan and drawn of face, cada .vcrous,-but spiritualised by the ocn cacy of ill-health. No ornament nor color marked his featureless attire, the personality v was allclominating. . . . . 'Dreams of summer dawn in. night of rain' presented no fresher vision than this boy's-play' to that black sea which hid the blistered grass of the Sydney Hill- Not in his fascin ating collection of .strokes, nor in their frank and open execution merely,...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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At the Movies Prominent Picture Personalities. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

[?] [?] Even in Gcrma'ny things nre begiri ninff to change. The great enthusiasm that the armyjiscd to ''evoke in the streets and 'at'/the kineraas . is; dying: away. An American? who vnot Jong1 ago returned from a tour.in Germany; tells how surprised he .vjras ' when, at a - kinqma where some.war films with, the , :?- usual great -,? victonefe^were .--. ''being; .?'. ? shown, the' 'audience re'mafned abso „' , '.-lut^y quiet.- ..In '.another; of': the Ber-. '-;.'? lih^picture . theatresi'fh«S ;; even ;; heard . ?..som.e one' shouting, \*'GenuK,' gehiig; , auf unse're:.siege'.XEnoUghi-en6uBhi,of ;'? . our victories), v ??????.;-; ' ?T:-''rr'.: ''.'?.!*'? \ .?; ?' . ?« % The. hew' -feature film, ', 'Money,}' ?' ': which is ? to- appear''at'- the : Lyceuni .'Theatre to-morrow, and during- the 'coming week, has: nothings to do with ;. Zola's famous novel of the same name. \ It appears nevertheless to present char acteristics of a striking nature, and the scene in.. which the pent-up ha...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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"THe Mirror." AUGUST 1, 1915. IS WAR A NECESSITY ? [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

?'€he mirror.' l£ ^AUGUST 1~ 1916. : IS WAR A HECES86TYP Even the m&st casual reader is famil iar with the arclj, Prussian Bemliarch's Tiow famous . tag#&about the law of ' .'/ -struggle, and the^'s^^^al of t_h.e fittest ' through. war. . 'frowtlie first begin -ning bf;lifc, war'h'a^ been the basis .'. '»f all healthy development.' he says. /.'Struggle is not merely the destruct ' ivebut-'the live-giving principle. The . '-Jaw of the stronger holds good every-' . .wncrc. ?-. inubc lurius survive wiiau '.'\afeVable to 'secure for themselves the '?:,; most favorable .conditions of life; The :;.wcalccr succumb.' .; It is easy to see ;'.--,:how a nation which; believes that sort '?Viof: [stuff,' and 'is- intoxicated- with its '. .tfense of 'mission,' can become the '?''-'mad dog' of Europe.' Against the .. '? fulfilmcpt of German destiny nothing l?.counts,,:however sacred, however dear ?it may be to those who resist. War is only a necessity so long as there is a -nation ...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

^LYCEUM, . All ,fl?is. Week. : (SPENCER'S PICTURES, LTD.) . *??'?' ? ^ ? ??1 What happens when the pent-up hate of a generation within thousands of men, '. ? women and children breaks loose, and finds expression in a desire to kill the sweater whose lustful greed had crushed them down in poverty and wretchedness? |. i ?? ' Can you imagine the mad, ruthless rush to tear the sweater from the luxury their -. misery and life-blood had given him ? And the vengeance of men when they held the - power of life and death ? - ? ; To appreciate such scenes you must see .gS *jjB- — L_- __flin__* h ? '' ' _i__. -— _? ?__ ? IN FIVE VIVID GRIPPING REELS OF MOTION PICTURES. A terrific story of industrial life, and the rise of the wage slaves Co fight for their ' ' liberty, against the tyrannous rule of the mca who exploited: their labor, j No Industrial Drama Ever Produced Was 'Greater Than 'Money.' : Thrill follows thrill in the development of the story.. And there is heart-Interest, too —tense mom...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

[?] -'?H ? ? ?? :' ' ' ?'?? ? ? ? 9 aa all saatPte ©f &&© W©s»idl '' ?? -. -.iff ? ??..??? '???? -?'? ?' ' I L__ .- ;.-,: . I, .. I5EAD WHAT; MISS ^SMGLISH sayss - Mr, JOHN CRAVEN-BURLEIGH, ' ' ?' '' ' i . H Hamilton,' Ridge St., Mocte Psti, 192 Gutlereagh Street, Sydney. '?? ,. . :' \ Nov. 56, J9I4. Dear Sir. — I must say that year True Hair Grower ii a wonderful preparation. I heard such good ' reports about it that I was Induced to give it a trial, and .although I naturally have a good head of hair, silll, lately it was causing see a good deal cf trouble, S3 it.'vftjsi&lUag oat in handfuls, and I was greatly troubled with Dandruff. Since uslnjj your preparation for-thrce'manfc, my hair has completely etojpsi falling, and - there is not a sign o! Dandruff In my hair, and, it has grown longer and thicker. -You can ejsi assured th:t I will 6a what I can towards inducing t=y friends to try ?yoac wonderful preparation. 1 .- ?'. ? . -„?. .'?/.'- :V- . Ycurs trul...

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A Page for Young People STORY OF TWO BELGIAN CHILDREN. Babette's and Bijou's Magic Coats. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

^rbung People STORY OF TWO BELGIAN CHILDREN. .'.-.?'. By Lilian Turner. ' . Babette's and DIJou's Maglo Coats. Synopsis of 'First Chapter. 'Babcttc . and Bijou were two little Belgian girls, who had always been happy until the Great War came ..to their land. They lived with their par ents in a tall, icd house, . and had sunny roof-room to play in. When the German soldiers came to their town,' they went down into the cellar ? to live, and hid thereof or many days. But rumour came to the cellar, say ' inc boxes of jrifts had come from Aus tralia to their Market Square, and lhtjse little girls, who believed the fairies in Australia had sent them, re solved to go to the Market Square and *-eg for a Magic Coat for each of . them. ? ? ? CHAPTER n. The stairs that ran from the kitchen down to the cellar in the red house, which was the one time happy home of Babcttc- and Bijou, took a contrary turn when they had run half their course. Instead of going straight on, a.s a well-regulated fligh...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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TOWSER AND AUSTRALIA DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

TOWSER AND AUSTRALIA DAY. Tomer mistook'thc targe antic*! In strument for . olc. new kennel, ant went to deep la oao of the crab* P»» ??fcl. Durtnc the procession lie bandimea wondered at Dad'i plsjrlnjr, nntll with ? ' gnu bl»it h« blew Tomer forth.

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my Silent Friends War Literature. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

[?] By PHIL. BYBLOS. War Literature ; The literature of the present war trould already., make a considerable library, but there is no sign of any diminution of. the flood of printed mat ter relating to-tlie big. upheaval. It is natural, of course, that whilst the .public mind is centred on the struggle tho public reading should be largely tolourcd by it; and it is equally natural that . publishers should do their-best . ... r to supply the market with the' ?stuff, .,:. that ii -wanted.- 'Poetry, history^ fie-- tlon, biography ~. every -class; ' of popular writing-'— fills with the boom'; ?f great guns, the flash of bayonets and tho tramp of ' armed men ; and* most' of it, let it be sorrowfully ad-' - ' mined, is of a quality that can hardly live beyond the hour. It is a literature of excitement, and, as such, has' little permanent worth; ;, . /'. * ? ? ?. -.' '' Here is *a. volume of verse entitled. 'War-time,' . by Owen Seaman (Lon don, Constable and Co.), which has- been reprinted...

Publication Title: Mirror Of Australia, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

RED CROSS - Slippers Wanted. NOVEL 'MIRROR' COMPETITIOH With a view of assisting the work of the Red Cross, the 'Mirror,' after consultation, with the N.S.W. Red Cross Committee, proposes to organ ise a scries of competitions for the best and most economically made ar tides most desired in the hpspitals in Egypt and elsewhere. . One of the articles which is in most request at the present moment is slip pers for the men in hospital, v Prizes to the Value of £2, £1, and 10/- wilt- be offered for. the best and most economically made pair of slip-' pers. . , .. . ., ? Competitors should- forward the slip-', ; pcrs addressed 'Red Cross,' c/o 'The Y'' Mirror' office, Commerce ' Building*, w' Ash St.,,5ydncy..tpgether. with tbVac- i* cpmpanying coupon, r . . -.i'? -'? J ^Tho, : competition. . will- ? close '*-'om':ir' migust, ik ..-. . ,.._... t ?? r -S The decision of the editor will.'be'i; filial. . ...??' Every article sent in will be handed over to the Red Cross Committee im mediately ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

TWICE DAILY -jp U\jf% 1 I TWICE DAILY 2.30 and 8. T ? V Adi I- I . 2.30 and 8, -?;?', -HARRY RICHARDS' TIVOM THBATRBS LIM1THD. OoircraJnl Director, HUGH D. McINTOBH. - ' THB BRZATSST ; VAUDEVILLE SHOW CVER. - - ? An Entirely H»w JProsnunm*. RtwAcbi. Hovel Actt. FIRST APPBARANOB IN SYDMBV of tho QRBATBBT OF ALL ANIMAL A0T8 ? ROCHEZ' MONKEYS T» iVIONKEY MUSIC HALL. Th» funnloat and Most Lauehablo Animal Oamedy on Roaord. MAY ERNE & HE WALTER WEEKS English BntortalnerD, not an AoV merely e-rt .Bvunt. CROUCH & WELCH f SYDHEY JARVI3 Amarlcnn run Makers. A«»l»tod toy Virginia Dare. ? FRANK WILSON DORA SAWYER EXCELLA8 MLLE. CLERO Oyc.,ngQon,». Voc^l.t «%«™\ W&Xl'&Jt'SS. Pl*n at Wlcholnon'* anJ Tlvoll. 'Phone (#21 for Reserve!. Hall price Matinee*. Oil. to 2/0, dally. B*turd«y» «nd Hollinya ezcepted. Children HaKprlo* at ? Watine' »'-* Pfld»y Nlghta. ?ADELPHI THEATHE. ' * Direction end Maaa^enuot— GEOROE MARLOW, LTD. PLAYING TO OVEBFLOW HOUBE& . , PLA...

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IN OTHER STATES. Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

IN OTHER STATES. (From 'Mirror' Correspondents.) Melbourne. - - , ' Melbourne;* was favored with excel lent weather for Australia Day, which had the result of .bringing in crowd^s .from towns some distance away. The proceedings, opened shortly after ten, when ': ;a, . .procession consisting of1 artists'' frofa1; the ' ' principal* theatres ^ayaded,-\tlirquata;':thcrmaiii streets; collectians'beinK.taken lin by the ladies of '.the^':'yari6us-icompanies, en 'ijoute.. Both' stfcct'-aiid house tovhouseqollec- 'tioris , werc-in^e, the*' jespease .- being more 'than had' been' eipected. .' ' In the city a large number of stalls were erected1 for the sale of -flowers, fruits, and sweets, and at the. Stock Exchange and principal clubs' a hum-. her of .auction sales realised large amounts for the fund. ' ' In the afternoon the main procession was held, dense crowds' packing the streets, along which it proceeded, for several honrs beforehand. ' By far the most popular feature of the proces si...

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In the Limelight PLAYS AND PLAYERS. "Under Two Flags." [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

[?] plays And players. 'Under Two Flags.' : Mr.. George Marlow, the popular theatrical manager, of the Adclphi Theatre, has. re ceived so 1 many hundreds of re- . Quests, asking- him to stage the fa mous drama. 'Un- der Two Flags,' taken from Ouida's famous novel, that he has decided to do so. Miss Ethel Buck lev will appear in her star rolo of ? 'Cigarette.' Miss Bucldey originally played the part of 'Cigarette, and f'Under Two Flags' made' more money for George * Marlow in six weeks than any other drama lias made in twelve months. The re vival will probably bo welcomed by Sydney theatre-goers. ? » ? Miss Mena Brae, the comedienne of the Royal Strollers is a patriot of the staunchest, and one of her most cher ished souvenirs is a little silk Union Tack. 'It was given to me,' said Miss Brae, 'by a British officer, who heard me sing a patriotic song, 'The Old Tattered Flag.' Upon that occaa ' ion I stood beside a huge Union Jack and wrapped myself in its folds. The flag was so big an...

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A VICTORIAN OFFER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

A VICTORIAN OFFER. An offer has been made to the Acting] P.M.O., who considers it of the highest value, by the officers of the Victorian branch of the Red Cross Society, and. the St. John- Ambulance Association, They propose, to place at the depart ment's disposal one -hundred trainee! ' stretcher-bearers, and as many comJ- petent masseurs and nurses as .may be ], required. They will also meet all beats ; and trains; and sec that the returned . men arc supplied with comforts and refreshments when travelling to their home. * I BUY SUNDAY'S IVJjRROR FOR THE NEXT INSTALMENT OF MISS MACK'S WAR ARTICLES- :-,'?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

, -...-.. -,;-., -,.'? . *-**.?'. ^ ;K -?-?--? ;. »'?? - , a - i- ,--..'_ . — ? ??? ? - . i .- ?-??? ?????','''' \ ? -' ?'? '-? '- i.0 Y:-J~ *«.'? /^ ,^'' -:?-.. .-?:?? .' . , .'.* ; ' :'?- '? ' *^ * jg'^' | ^ : ;; :\ , , ^?iie SnccessfiiL ? ? || I- ?'.-?'. '???.' - . who wsro B',j Tha four-yeaiw ... Jl^SlIk cured of ??'' , ' voia TWna or :'j«Bhw ' Mmp^mi* fitioapiag |;j JTHE MOTHER'S LETTER. ' B ' My little boy and gird 4 years of art: (twins), wore itulTeriua severely from Whooping S Cough.almoit choklns with pblrem, the coughinc fit* causln ( them to turn black In the face D 1 and ereally exhausting them.' writes Mrs. n. Arundale. 27 Russell Street. Duncdin, N.Z. X ? ' I ' We cnulil get no remedy to relieve them, and we had tried a imt many at considerable ? 3 expense but they were of no curative value whatever. A lady friend mentioned ? 1 Dr. Sheldon'* H«t» Olsoonry to us as a sure remedy, and from the time they utartcd takiwl . □ I it they speedily improved, and in a very short...

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THE PREMIER'S PRIDE. Mr. Holman's Statement. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

; ' ?THE^pmeMriift's;.j»RM»e:'|^: - -; ' M/i - Hotmail's Statemcrft. ' ' ? : 'I am proud' 'of- '.the magnificent response made by the people of New ? South Wales to our great Australian- ': Day effort,' said Mr. 'Holman to - a 'Mirror' representative yesterday. 'We; expected that our fellow ctti- - . zens would- rise to the occasion,': but. ? tiieir generosity' has exceeded all expec tations. It only goes to show that' the seriousness of thiswar has betrun to he ? realised. We arc far removed from'' the 'scene of action. - Our trade and commerce has not been interfered with to .'any serious extent. Our 'daily avocations have not been disturbed.. These privileges we owe to the men afloat and ashore 'who are fighting for us, and the great outburst of patri- ' otism which was in evidence through out the State yesterday is a full and free recognition of it. . . , 'We can. only prove our! sincerity in this matter by personal service- in giving and working.. All cannot go to mi; num. ^.uu...

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IN HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

' ' IN HOBPITAL. ''-.. . -,;.:, Pte. A; DAVIS. 1st L.IL, BitW (iri hospital,,' London, previously reported dangerDusli1 (111. ' \ ..-' Corp. A. J. S. CONROY. 1st L.H.. Mone (i» ; ..-:-, hospital, London, previously reported vroundeol. * ' .-.Pte. R. W. BERC.EL1N, 6th L.H., Sydney (h»-. . hospital, Plymouth, previously reported wotintf* . V C Pte. L. WRIGLEV, Oth L.IL. no recor d ' flu. ' . ; Irospital, Manchester, nature of 'casualty sot:-'*''. lovr' T. -W. T000OOD. 7th L.IL. Bcone (to'--'- '' hospital, Netley, nature of casually not known). ' Gnr. II. SAUNIJliKSON. Rod Bly. F.A., Wa terloo (in hospital, previously reported voundedf. Dvr. RD. I- M'NELLIE, 1st F.A. Ilgde. Anns. CoL (1st Kfti.), Misaooltl (in hbspitaJ, Lou don, previously reported. wounded). ' .... Pte. It. IV. MILLER. 1st Bin., England (ia hospital, London, previously reported ill). Pie. S. IV. THOMPSON. 1st Btn.. Cootanuu dra (In h«ipital,. London, ^revlouslj reported severely wounded). - . - Pte. T. DOUGLAS. 1st Bt...

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PROGRESS REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror of Australia — 1 August 1915

..?-?-. ?? I-' ? prtoanEBS:nEPDftT.v ?'-?;-^.^---f;*' Q,St.S.;V. C.' E-RJiEBURN,r«h:,L.II..' JJuUjm^'.: . (dahgoronsly . ill ; ' [-7CTiously - i ejiortcd ; danger^ ^ , ously ill snd,* pronounced out -of danger)* - - ? ' '-: L;-Corp. T. U'DONALD, Ul-Btn.,; Wcs^'Maipi ?- ?land- (proeressidg .satlsfactprily;' previdusly tb-/ ?' . tiortcd wounded). ??:.' :?'-.' ... ' ,^ ';.. :? :1. ?''?'?-. ftt.T. V. HAMMOND, and iyn., C1,dc (danV .- -Rirronsly .HI; previously ? feportcd * rlangerousiy. -' '. PtV. W,' II. STEVENS, «th Bin.; HcJensbarth V' (discharged from hospital, convalescent; pre- ; ' viously reported grounded). -' ''-\'-' -??- Pte. V. PERRY, 13th Btn. (3rd- Rftt.), Eail ,?.''. Kempsey (pronounced uut of danger ;. previousl* --' reported dangerously Ul/. -.,??-

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