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READY FOR THE TURKS

♦ i vrcii'nN'i iNi-:vrr.\r.LK. j Should our troops in k>ypt «>,ai,,- hj. avy :t : Lditi::,- .'uain.-t tin' Turks, t!:«-- Dr't'em rI T>>-.artn:ent will h.' as surprised ;.s pir:!s"<l. j Th,. ~,,. ~i oar mi.-! :;:rain"t tiie lories I innirlnnrr „,..,. is leotarded as in|evitah','. '"vs th- war or; fr pondcr.t. of the J -Sviln-v Svn.' j niHYial advices ;:!! that smec landing our havf l/.vn usefl mo;'e it; tie', . nrepuralio'i -■'' the icmntiT to; .lefrr," ! Ihan in trainii-. and they have aireadv I I-., en allotted a pla. e in the operations. They .are in ■//•<■<] h-aliii, and i s-T'i'm to h<- enjoying ihoir m-.v Mirrmni!- j | inj>. X«. immediate :'■■ <AP"etcJ, j :irl ti:" mm.a- that 1 ■.-,.-'.■< have ah-eady hen incurred in an +■■-■■/:■.■;-.-:ii--ut. is -iv.-u !in <m,phatic and exj-li, it olheial d- rial. _ ] ■ kvery ... heie annroval is e'Xpr's.scd a. l , ihe, j dcc:,-.i,m t" t;ive ;!ie ni-n and | t i-u ii: i: i■ ■ ill K.'vnt i.i'adine; oiiic-'rs .-ay | I that, tn" division 'will !>■ alile to dmthU' it.- ! j vr.lii', l.y h.ard Hairing a.n<l iw.-ii litthtin.'. j ter. ihld it ke.n .- nt liiw-etly U> K'lirku:-' ; i the .sutl-i imjw of ir.fn and h.orscs voi-.li! ! j 'nave keen , on-hk-raiile. Tliv Australia/',' •ui-ifoiii' i-. .ii' the li'/kf si(h>. and ! ti ere :-. nl 'nty of it th" nif>n '.vn-.ilri ha\e | | h'-ai ir..'utl;ei.'nt ni oiection ihinnii ihi' ! severe peri.,! <■■!' .lecJiitiiit ■•.: at i>/ii. 'l'lii.s j troi'.h;-- 'Viiiild kuvr ;:reen'"uated by | the fact that they had .ju.-t paj'.svil thr.«te;ii jll'.' riMj.i..-. and .sn'o-tronies. The hors-es. | att'T ;i 'on,' vic/.iee. wnuld iiave hren eo;;t- j j 1.-.-s by tile tim-- that lv:;;!a.nd iva.s i-aehed. j a.'.il p. avv moiralitv ainnn/st 11 !•■ In Would) ] have I /<•!• li'itaiii. | This advantai;e. i»ri»a.t a.s it. i.s. is ont-w'.-i.'hed liy tin- i Kcentio'ial opportunities ' j prcsectJ'd in at pi,s-ent for htird j it:alni'i_-. In i'im.dand lliere is little. .T'- | ; ./■imnndat n.e. am! all ariny olheevs and in- ! j >'.ni. tics are h::sy. fn K-xyjit n,t only is: I iha re amp'e b i.-raek spae,- and o]>portunity j | l'o" f'til iii". isional liaieiti),'. hut- the oneom- | i in.' 'link.-. \vi! Ir-ln ii: wekliup; "in - men I into a th"inii";k!v traimd unit. ! ! What is TO,-!.' v.-iintfd by th» fol-e" is I ! hard t,al:,inL' a.- a division. The vaik.-tis- | bih.'ad.-. have ii..t y-.it. lieeu welded into a j wimi.'. Tii.'.v i<":e ii'i'. br''!i;.dit t"v. r etlicr in j i Au.-:rali;i. and in their n ; ".c eami) in J ■ I'-vp:. w;;h disci; !ii- li-ht<me,l up', and ; ; th- ,! ; v = iomi! . "linnand'-rs in full ror.trol. ; jti'ev will huvi' their liv-i <i|-)j-r:vtiii..iLv t<> ! i v.-o.'k as ~•.,. u,,it. hj is imdei'stool 'that I ; I I-,., ral liir<h'.",-l has ahvady joined the i | for. .• a • i oininander ~f Austi alum and Xeu i I Zealand <• .iiilvhe'd , ,>«it inputs. ' i The tiaiulm,' will ! allied oii> by the i I oi'rc's taken from A usi rrdni. li is olh- j | < ia!ly .stated that thei" will U» no Imperial j j iulenercne" m tins naming. An impres- ! i sioi: p'.'vai'.ed tiiit tiif force l> • I I lumd-.-d ,»-:• to-iu,tiu, tors- .-n-.d ~!!'nvrs from j j I.oii,i en. v.-h-, '.vouid ny 1., imp>art the •■ hu- j ! ji-iial rini-h." 1 ►lit li-- i:*w training will he j ! v. holly in.,!"! taken lev the n.<--"iit !ea.dei - i jof tii" limn. " I'h'.ise who had in >vaf j -Imiiid tiai." in peaee." is \) M . a.ce.'ptrd I i'linii:. Lord Kitchener has /.iveu expliejt ; in-trnetioi:;. tin-.t- each krL-a.ilier ami hat • ' tali' t. e.,iie,|-iiid-r is to l;e. iield directly re-|-.[-.•nsih!" for the tra!uniL r <>, hiri men. In i tiain.in.LT and instruction* issued i iiui'vi'-diy sii-i'ly after war was decia''"d, I ti.':,! repii.nted in Australia, )w-f.,:e tl:e <b- \ pamire of t'ne it i« lai>! dnw it | ;bat v.-id It- a ...imnui-ndini; oftici-f is held re-r.p..-i,si!>.!e. he .should net. .'i.i a dire,-tor of j lusti in tion-, lather than as. ;ui iu.-t i-m-.tor ! hiniM-lt, «'ti the oioui.d that, .inythint; that ' ,'icou;a_'e.s mit iat i\ •• ai:<l f-ftisv oy comin.'vnfl ;iinou-;st s.ui")i ihnate olhe-tM's is to lv onix'.ur;iL'ed.

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READY FOR THE TURKS, Issue 15685, 26 December 1914

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READY FOR THE TURKS Issue 15685, 26 December 1914

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