Volume 1: Letters written on active service, A-L, 1914-1919 - Page 373

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You should get more than a letter a week as I have written pretty frequent up to date. I hope you recieved that dress material. So far I have not recieved the socks, The hills are so steep that I think they leave all parcels at head quarters until we come back to base which is every now & then.
I am glad Darcey beat McGoorly. How is young Bill. Give him my kind regards & tell him I could do a dinner at Adams. I suppose you are all busy trying to find the winner of the Cups.
I have not seen Dan Wells since I arrived I heard young Walford was on his way back to Sydney through a nervous break down. Give my kind regards to all & tell them I am well.
With love to all at home, & hoping you are all well your loving Son
Tom H. Hill

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