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J«mes Mitchell-Manasing'Director J onet. The Wellington Mounted Rifles were at the same time time moving up the gully on their right, and the Otagoand the Canterbury Begimenta through the darkness on their left into oountry that was lees well known. Canterbury was sent farthest north, Otago was to go north also, but to. turn into the foothills earlier to clear a hill named after their colonol—Bauobops Bill. It was while they were clearing the spur that the first Bound that was made by anyone on our tide broke the long tense silenoe of that attack. Awaj from the right from far up in the foothills came the sound of a j obeer. We knew that ono particular tedoubt bad been giving especial trouble to the Mounted Bifles. and we gueseed that this cheer meant tbat they had taken it, and that their pent-up feelings could not be cooped up any longer. Every one beard that cheer. The Canterbury's heard it as they were rush ing upon the panio-stricken and totally sur priced parties of Turks along the spur top. The Turks heard that oheer also, They were fleeing now in small, broken parties through the foothills northward frem gully to gully- lota of them left well behind our lines, some of them even in their dug.outs wonder ing what in the world was happening. One of our officers returning from his regiment to bring up two troops which had strayed saw in the dim starlight a b ring of men filing through the scrub below him. They were zigzagging along their path, and he thought these must be the 1 men he was after when one of the men with him—he had four, two batmen and two Mao is-suddenly exclaimed, "Listen 1 They're Turks." Our five stepped back quickly into the bushes end waited. The small parly, as it was only five against at leact a score, clearly bad little chance with the bayonet, so the men were allowed to charge their magazines. Presently the approaching party <vas near enough to be recognised ; the officer challenged aad fired almost at the same mr-ment— four o£ the Turks fell, and the rest ran." (To be continued).
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3506, 21 December 1915
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3506, 21 December 1915
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