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SAILOR BOY'S AMUSING LITTER. A sailor hov . of H.M.S. ibattic. ship), writes': Dear Mum and Had, it is Turf-day. and we ;ue at. .-sea. Dear Mum and Dad. if you do not mind I would like another month organ, but if you can't afford it don't trouble, because 1 cost you a lot now. what with stamps and parcels. I reckon I cost vou a tidv bit. Dear Mum and Dad, T done my washing to-day, and Ginger dried it in the galley for me. Dear Mum and Dad. 1 hope food stnlf h.'iis not gone up at all in London. Mum and Dad. I have not eaten ad the cake yet. hut I am enjoying it. I can tell you. Dear Mum and Dad. it is Wednesday today, and I am quite well anil happy, and I hope yoti are the K.inic. Dear Minn and Dad. we have been chip piiisi paint all the evening up till b o'clock. Deai- Mum and Dad, every man in this ship is looking forward to the timo when we shrill meet Die Gorman Heel, and ih-y are all sine that it will not last long, and that we will win by long chalks.. Minn and Dad. t here i.s about threeparts of the sailors are longing to go to the front, and they would like to be there when the Army marches through Berlin. They they would sing that soncj 'Vou can't diddle me. old dear,' and I b(-f thev would have some sport. Dear Mum and Dad. you will think what a lot of rot I have put iu this Ifllc, br.t I know you will !ik« it just the same. Best lov<* and wis lien to you and all a( houi-c. (rtiod and <J.kI file's an<\ keep you and all quite eair, and well for ever a'ud :iyc.--Vour ever-loving and affection sou ISo small crosses (X) in corner).

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"DEAR MUM AND DAD", Issue 15667, 4 December 1914

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"DEAR MUM AND DAD" Issue 15667, 4 December 1914

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