Giles papers, 9 May 1914-13 May 1919 / Arthur Clyde Giles - Page 105
1st Batt. 1st Inf. Bgde
Havent had any letter from you lately. I dare say it shall come along shortly. Have
ing been hoping you would write & let me know what Bert was attached to. I believe the troops at Liverpool have been making things pretty lively in Sydney from letters received in camp here. I posted a parcel to you a few days ago. A belt of numeral's also a small box a bit of Egyptian work. I thought it would be a bit of a novelty for the Smith girls. I leave it to you what you do with the things numerals etc. I expect you will be rushed for them for hat pins. Well Father there is absolutely no news I can give you this time. Don't be surprised if there aren't any letters from me for a while. I will write whenever I get a chance. I can't say any more you will understand. Of coarse I may be abel to write each week & I may not.