Sergeant M*.j *r Glanvillp, of fit Albanp, in n. !(*>it:>r to n friend of Lifu'enan I * states that fcliT- 1 i-*> no doubt ibut he was severely wnnn ded at, G»llipo ! i, and died -of his wounds. He <vus struck in b'->th lega by shrapnel nnd in tbe shr.u'd . by a bullet Sergeant Major Glanville pays :—" I hnndnged him up and made him as comfor'ahle as 1 eonld. He was not suffering any pain, and was very chee>fnl and told me not fo worry nbout.-hitn, u« ir. wag the fortune of wur. Prfu-iou** to rhia T. paw him in a very exposed po--jMon bandaging a wounded man. He had done px cellent work at. Qainn's Post, showing himself to be courageous, cool aud resourceful under tbe most trying cir eumatancea. He received his firafc wound there, He wag very popular with the men, It; was with regret we beard he died on tbe way to the
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UNKNOWN, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3507, 23 November 1915
UNKNOWN Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3507, 23 November 1915
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