Sir John Monash, Personal Files Book 6, 10 June - 12 July 1915, Part 17

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First World War, 1914–18
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ma- A Por Army Form C. 2121. No. of Message MESSAGES AND SIGNALS. Norte CAITE SCo Recd. at 1. This message is on a/c of: Ohe N SISSH SeMS MSS Sent. Date- Service M AE From . To By MMMMEOIFIMIIN OMIII B 50 N. 2 2 a FSetS H LreT D DAS OAMON AAA 493 upon N.E.G. Pursuant have spent several hows this day at NO243 brow in & shall contine toma outposts tions of fection of Would it other per AAA. b premative to my Battalion Couman. ders to furlsue a sinilar invistigation. JhnMonash 8 4th Jon . B 121 1 m amenn From manan n g n n enene n tine mmmnumm Place an e Time The above may be forwarded as now corrected. 12) Mississippi i i MM DSSIn MAMLL CoNSV This line should be crased if not required.
CF FOLIVA Sate. ArNON O. MIEL MESSAGRS AND SIANALS. No. of Message Oo Blam. Overgeato Pis. 1R aa 33 30 C SeSTttbor 12 B ONC0 1Y. 7.4. M. Recorsed/o XX In reply to Number A4A 39½ un 12 A FROM and PLAORA TINN 2a C W.288s58s. 30,000 Pads— 8/4. S. B. Ltd.—Forms (C.212s.
Jupe 3 H.R. N.2LA. Dis at ad in receipt of a Cablifram in following terms Horateful if could send any particulars son reported mining - Fruk. This refers to a member of the 1 Battation A.l.F. who is believed to have been killed on the night May 2/3x – I should be plad to be informed whether a reply as subjorned could be sent at Leviomement expense, & by the most expedition channel, vy -THEODORE FIN MELROvNE REGRET SON MOST PRSBABIY KILLED MAV SECOND MENASH slach F. Tys. Boe 45
No. 6.14. aso t Eds EAWFIIAN STATE IELEERAPHS MorS 76 (Origl No. frow # 3003 sht add 72309 175 COL MONASH ATh INT, BRYCAPE From ODD BASE PO RATPT 2 44 a 4.55.PM. Mand L1I 10231 REMARKS VE.EEM. Bot OACONOS BAS DW E 4.40.PL MELBOURNESUB 12 CRATETTE IF COUED SEND ATY PARTYCPEARS SON REPOREED MISSINE PIML A M S An
26 Jin angelegfe ot Hovitc To N24 4 Sc Wemorandum. The operation today in the Southern Area area reported to have been Inceissfuel. Attack were delivered on the Turkist trenches E of the man Krithia road. The French line is advanced some 150 yds and line is continued by our troops some 200 yds in front of the trenches held yesterday The lines were Captured after successful Artillery bombardment and are now being consolidated. It is reported that about 70 prisoners have been taken but this & other reports are necessaril in complete at present. from The accounts it more has Appears the been Cap ir was into
Corps Ss Der Retun Bays left attack carried the forward our troops the right Butler for Bryf taff A9 N2 Aloy.

 TO  N.Z & A. Div.

Pursuant upon N.Z.G. 493 I have
spent several hours this day at No 2 & 3
Outposts, & shall continue tomorrow in
other portions of Section 4 AAA. Would it
be premature for my Battalion Commanders
to pursue a similar investigation.
John Monash
C.O 4th Aust / Inf. Bd
12/7/15 

 

"C" Form (Duplicate).    Army Form C. 2123.

MESSAGES AND SIGNALS.

SM   335/5   15    DHQ ES

Charges to Pay £12        Office Stamp.  BQ   12-7-15

Handed in at NZ Office     15.35m.    Received 15.36m.

TO 4th Inf Bde

Sender's Number     Day of Month     In reply to Number       

NZA902                          12th                      BM 395

Yes same day as sent in

Re Mr Finch's Cable to 
Malta


JM
FROM N.Z and A Div
PLACE & TIME  Anzac 

 

Type 3

H.Q., N.Z.& A. Div

I am in receipt of a Cablegram in following

terms:-

"Grateful if could send any particulars son

reported missing - Fink."

This refers to a member of the 16th Battalion A.I.F. who 

is believed to have been killed on the night May 2/3 & - I

should be glad to be informed whether a reply as subjoined

could be sent, at Government expense, & by the most

expeditious channel, viz-

- THEODORE FINK MELBOURNE REGRET SON

MOST PROBABLY KILLED MAY SECOND MONASH. -

Colonel

Commanding 4th Inft Bde

[[???}]] 

Div HQ

Bin 398
JPMcG

7
1275.

 

No.G.14.

EGYPTIAN STATE TELEGRAPHS                                  

No;  54  11      Orig'l No. 3003         Words I6        Date Stamp

                                                                                      17 JUN 1915

To COL MONASH 4th INF. BRIGADE

BASE PO EGYPT

RECEIVED 

From CPD 

At 4.55.PM. 

By Mahd

REMARKS VE.EFM.

Office of Origin MELBOURNESUB 

Date I2 

Time 4.40.PM.

 

GRATEFUL IF COULD SEND ANY PARTICULARS SON REPORTED MISSING

FINK

 

12   16

From Brigade Gen. G Staff

A & NZ A.C.

To: NZ & A Div
#

Memorandum. The operations 

today in the Southern Area

area reported to have been

Successful. Attacks were 

delivered on the Turkish 

trenches E of the main 
Kuthia road. The French

line is advanced Some

150 yards and the

line is continued by

our troops some 200
 

2     15 

yds in front of the

trenches held yesterday

The lines were captured

after successful artillery

bombardment and are

now being consolidated.

It is reported that about

70 prisoners have been

taken but this & other

reports are necessarily

incomplete at present.

From the accounts it

appears that more has

been captured than

was intended as

 

3     14    

the G.O.C 8th Corps

says that the section of

the left attack carried

forward our troops

on the right

S: S.S. Butler

Capt

for Brig Gen

Gen. Staff A & NZ A Corps

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