PENINSULA ROLL OF HONOUR.
PRIVATE CONKAD TAYLOR.
Yesterday Mr. T. B. Taylor received private word that his nephew, Private Conrad'lV tar who left with the Ist Canterbury Infantry Regiment in the Main Forces »as at Malt. witli a wounded ba»d and from Uirjngit'u. Private Taylor was in the Und ing on April 24th, and has boen in tho fi ing line ever since.
Yasterdtiy morning Mrs. Qnartloy of Akaroa received a cable from London from her husbmd, saying he was well and would be out of hospital in a week's time. SergeantMajor Qoarterley left with the C.V.C. in the Main Forces.
Private word was received yesterday that Trooper L J. Smith was in London and is convalescent. He wbb not wounded in the left leg R9 stated, but had been sick. He is wpII known on the Peninsula as Messrs Matson's Bgent at Little Kiver, and is tbe only member of the firm who has not been Hlled or wounded. I
TROOPER L. J. SMITfT,
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PENINSULA ROLL OF HONOUR., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3495, 12 October 1915
PENINSULA ROLL OF HONOUR. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3495, 12 October 1915
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