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Sir. —This is a. sample of Defence Department methods:—A man volunteers. Hi? name and address are taken, and he receives a notice two days afterwards to report, for medical inspection. Passing that successfully, he Is told that he will probably be required in about a fortnight. Being but of work, the man naturally takes a job that comes his nay, and a volunteer is lost. Surely a camp could be held to put men in right away. If a canvasser for ordinary assurance carried on in tho same way as our local recruiting sergeants, business would be somewhat quiet.—l am, etc.. Proper Recrcttixo. December 3.

PROPOSED SECONDARY HOSPITAL. TO tils EDITOR. . > . I . r ' I” reference to the above matter a further letter irom. the pen of “ Wakari 4hoMf'i 1 ’ n ' K a PP enn, i» 111 your issue o.f the 28th, escapee) my notice. A little carei°” g 11 \\° uld Jiavo convinced a rcasonabJo man that any ground for fear was absolutely without reason. Prior to making any cliarges which reflect on the board shlfu'h JtcMd ? t ” and tiios c with him s oald have mace reasonable inquiry as to the purposes of the board. Nor, ‘to mv inind, is it common decency or fair Unit correspondents .should, under the shelter o a nom-de-phime, niuko incorrect state--4n P Hnl' VhlCl cau have !1D effect than to damage any prospects of business which \Vh^u Clt y'i (l ' VI , IC ' r ma - v desiro to cuter into. Y hether the board do or do not acquire the property tor hospital purposes “ \\*a he" afford C ) 01lt aUcl others liJ:e bim "'ill inVIH 1 I" o,l f )ortnnit y lj{ substantiat--I am clc >U Et tO - ,,i « ht ’ !! meeting. December 1. r ' OMMO - v Sexse ’

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HOW RECRUITING IS DONE., Issue 15666, 3 December 1914

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HOW RECRUITING IS DONE. Issue 15666, 3 December 1914

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