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NEW ZEALAND CASUALTIES.

WOUNDED MEN

Auckland, May 8

lu'imation of tho following casual ■M-s hi 3 been conveyed m cables to 'he next of kin and telegraphed to us by the Press Association from tbe places named : —

Carterton—Major Hart, wounded iv two places.

Itiglewood—Rupert Nichoil?, wellknown locally, wounded in tbigb. B'enheim —Lieutenant Owen Mead, slightly wounded.

WaDganui —Lieutenant F. X Turn bull, first Expeditionary Force, wounded, now in Alexandria Hospital. TIIHEE FURTHER DEATHS Wellington, May 8. Information has been received cf (he following further casualties in tbe New Zealand Expeditionary Force: — Died of wounds—-No 8/751, Private Alfred Richard Hayward, lOoh North Otaga Coy., Otago Infantry Battalion, next of liin John Hayward, Abbotsford, Dunedin. No. 8/152, Corporal Peter Oonperwaite, 11th (South Otago) Coy.. Otago Infantiy Battel lion, next of kin, A. Gibson, Kelso, Otago No. 12/483. Private Robert Watson, 6th (flaurnki) Coy., Auck land Infantry Battalion, next of kin, John Watson, Tiran, Auckland. Tbe.=e casualties occurred between April 25th and May Ist. GERMAN BLUFF

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NEW ZEALAND CASUALTIES., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3456, 4 May 1915

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NEW ZEALAND CASUALTIES. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3456, 4 May 1915

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