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Allan Allsop [Arabic script]

1916 1917

[Sholanga?]

Arnold Harrington Ordnance Corps Mudros

[indistinct - Xmas?]

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MONEY ORDERS Inland - For each £5 or fraction of £5-3d. The maximum amount for which a single order may be issued on Australia, Fiji, Samoa, United Kingdom, and most other Countries is £40; Papua and America, £20.

To Australia, Fiji, Papua (British New Guinea), Samoa £2-6d.; £5-1s.; £7-1s. 6d.; £10-2s.; £12-2s. 6d.; £15-3s.; £17-3s. 6d.; £20-4s.; £22-4s. 6d.; £25 -5s; £27-5s. 6d.; £30-6s.; £32-6s. 6d.; £35-7s.; £37-7s. 6d.; £40-8s. Foreign-3d. in the £.

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[crossed out] Send parcels to A.M.C. Comforts Dept of 219 Geo St Sydney

H.G. Wilson - Stan Wilson's Brother "Oroya" Boundary St Roseville

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1916 January

Miss D. Allsop 180 Mc. Pherson St Essendon

[Horrie's] Address Mrs I Bloomfield 87 [Tennyston] St Essendon

Miss Minnie [Craze] [crossed out] 10 Linden Avenue [crossed out] St Kilda 10 Linton St Balaclava

1 Saturday

Visit by Colonel etc, very quiet day

Two dates previous to this see end of book

2 Sunday

Nothing except preparing to return to Serapeum. Left Hockley's Hollow 2km, arrived Serapeum 5pm strenuous march

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