Giles papers, 9 May 1914-13 May 1919 / Arthur Clyde Giles - Page 298

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good many will find they arent as good as they fancy. I have heard a rumer here that 22 percent of the 1914 men sent from here recently have died on the way to Aust. The climate across there effects them in some way or other rather a cheerful thing to look forward to isn't it Oh well I am satisfied to take the risk if they will only send me. Well Father I cant think of anything else to write about so will have to close. Love & the best of wishes
Your sincere
Son Clyde [indecipherable]

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