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and arranged for the burial of the man.
(2) A" Company reports by signal at 7.35 a.m. 13/9/14 to have taken up position at on the hill (to the east) and that all is quiet there.
(993) Captain Norrie O.C. "B" Company is searching country to the North of the town of Rabaul.
(4) All is quiet in the town.
(5) Mr. Robert Jolly, brother of the British Consul at Rabaul called this morning and stated that he, the Vice Consul Mr. Miller, and several British citizens here (who have been placed under a stringent parole by the Germans), will be present at my headquarters at 9 a.m. 13.9.14 (this morning) to ascertain their position.
[Signed] L. W. Kirke Lt. Adjnt.
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