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|JTroop o r Signaller L. J Smith, wr.ting from t-niiipoli under d"»te Außuat 17th.

"k few hours .pell in a hastily ereotfd bivouaa of an oil sheet and a few green branches ; so can wri'e a few li~>ea . 1 wiM have to eha- en being able to post it.

Is U very b >t to day, but our bivouac ; p shady and not at all bad to sleep tv- I cannot «ive any details, but I must lell y--u that my grpat friend- and Beg Bird ling were fhot dead a f?w days ago during one of our littl« so'apa Tom Warner was bayoneted in the stomach and Ralph Waghnrr, wns biyoneted thnugh the oheek W'rd reoeived says that Woghom and Tom Warner are doing well. Mnrrie Moore, who just nrrived baok reoovered from previous wounds wn* .hot too Peninsula boys have been Rotting and doing tbeir share lately I ran tell yon i ersonally I am * till fit and well and setting my own baok and a little to spare. My luck ia in and I feel sure it is goHM to last I hare had paper* lately but no i. ttirs I do want to stay here till the business is through I am quite bu c now that a chap oannot do enough work at this Phtbb I have not seen Arthur Jacobaon yet, I believe he ie still in Egypt"

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A GALLIPOLI LETTER, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3495, 12 October 1915

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A GALLIPOLI LETTER Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3495, 12 October 1915

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