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||6th Battalion Diary Extract, September 1917, Albert Edward Kemp Mourning Collection, Albert Edward Kemp, AIF (1884-1917), Public Life & Institutions Collection
||Text: Department of Defence/DISTRICT PAY OFFICE/Melbourne, 1st November, 1915/MEMO./The enclosed Money Order covers payment of Allotment up to/the day prior to embarkation 24 OCT 1916/Future payments of the Allotment will not be made by Money Order, but/by means of an Allotment Certificate, which you will obtain on personal/application at the Post Office at which the enclosed Money Order is payable./You will be notified when to collect the Certificate, which shows the date/of which the future payments fall due, and must be presented together with/a form of receipt, which the Postmaster will supply, at the time the payment/is claimed/If after obtaining the Allotment Certificate you are unable to attend/personally to collect any future payment, an order may be obtained from the/Postmaster to authorize the collection of the amount by some person over/the age of 16 years./Any enquiries you may desire to make in connexion with the payment/of the Allotment should be made from the Postmaster./A. Bolle,/District Paymaster.
||24 Oct 1916
||01 Nov 1915
||Private Albert Kemp - 6th Battalion, Australian Imperial Force (AIF), 24 Oct 1916