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This is the first big scrap I have had since I got my Com. One has too much to watch & think of now to get the tit bits as when a ranker.
The second day was interesting, but mostly a case of endurance for horses & men. I will ma[il] a separate letter of it.
I am writing to Father to ask him to send a cheque for £7.10 to Mrs Kate F Stribley 99 Sheppard St Sydney. He had given this amount to mind in Egyptian notes. The O/C told me to arrange things by keeping the money & paying him if possible from the other end. Poor chap was a married man & gamer than

[Private William Henry Stribley, No 1666, 1st Light Horse Regiment, killed in action 4 August 1916.]
[This letter concludes at the top of page 7.]

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