Volume 2: Letters written on active service, M-W, 1914-1919 - Page 459
Provision to be made for men returning from the war.
I know the C/W Govrnt are looking after this matter. We have been given cards to fill in, concerning it.
Perhaps I am wide of the mark for I have had no experience in these things. Also I am looking at things only from this end & know little of affairs in Australia.
You told me Mrs. Dunlop that you sent me a parcel at Xmas & enquired by if I received it. Many thanks for your kindness but I am also including the thanks of the chap who probably received it. Never mind, depend on it, a "soldier somewhere" received it & rejoiced. I will send you a Turkish Cartridge by the next mail.
Excuse all the scratchings & mistakes. I know it is bad form attacking the remarks but I feel I must excuse myself this time. Going at full speed, to catch the mail in the morning. Best wishes to you both.