31 December 1914
- The second convoy of the first AIF departs Albany in Western Australia. The convoy consists of 19 ships.
- The Leader publishes a letter from “Rex” of the Veterinary Field Section, part of the second convoy. “Rex” expresses his delight at leaving the monotony of camp life at Liverpool behind (not to mention the appalling food!). He describes the voyage from Sydney to Fremantle, his role as a veterinarian and mentions Private James McLean from Bloomfield, who is also part of the second convoy. On the Way to the Front
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