Giles papers, 9 May 1914-13 May 1919 / Arthur Clyde Giles - Page 86

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Dear Father
Have been wondering what has happened Have only received one letter from you since arriving here haven't heard from any of the others Have had about half a dozen from the Miss Smithers : I have been wondering if you are putting the wrong address on them I wrote from Albany & gave you a fresh address but we have all been told that address was cut out by the censor. Address all letters to the 9th Rein 1st Batt the same address as I gave you before leaving Had a letter from Ted Belchambers this morning he is away in the country harvesting says he is doing very well Says he thinks he will [indecipherable] [indecipherable] by enlisting after the harvest is over. Norman Tayt told me he saw the Warren boys they called to his hut they came along to see me but as usual I was absent don't seem to have lost the habit of disappearing as soon

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