Melbourne, Government Printer, 1914.
Folio, 29 pages.
Titling-wrappers, stapled as issued; slight rust marks near the staples; a fine copy.
Commonwealth Parliamentary Paper Number 29 of 1914; only 950 copies printed. Disturbances at the Bridge on Saturday and Sunday, 29 and 30 November: "the result of ignorance rather than insubordination. It was mainly the expression of a number of inexperienced youths of their desire to go into Liverpool and of their disapproval at being prevented from so doing ...". A detailed account of the life, duties (and unpreparedness) of the army recruit on the eve of the first world war.