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WITH THE NEW ZEALAND FORCES

EXPERIENCES FROM A PENINSULA TROOPER. Reliopolis Camp, » January 17tb. All anxiously waiting for next mail ao as to get news of the elections We have beard nothing definite yet. A rumour is to the effect that Sir J. Ward is in power with a majority of one, and that the Hon. R. H. Rhodes just got id. We bear, too, that very few men ore volunteering for service from New Zealand, If this fa true (I don't think it can be), the men must be poor sorts. This is a chance of a life time to serve your country, »od at the seme time pee some of the world. If some of the New Zealanders were here to see the English regiments and to bear the men talking about serving their country and King, they

would open their eyes a bit. lam afraid this will be a poor few lines. However, you will get all the interesting news that happens along in the future. The SVaghoru brigade has ]ust an iveil back from Cairo, acd seem a bit excited, so must stop.

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WITH THE NEW ZEALAND FORCES, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3402, 2 March 1915

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WITH THE NEW ZEALAND FORCES Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3402, 2 March 1915

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