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PENINSULA ROLL OF HONOUR.

TROOPER A. G. WAGHORN.

Trooper A. G. Waghorn, 0.M.R.. who is about to return to New Zen land after spending some months in hospital'in England, is one of, tbe rare caaeß of a man going about with a piece of shrapnel in his heart. For some time it was thought tbat an operation, though highly risky, would be essentia! but tbe patient has made such a 1 good recovery otherwise, that the dootors preferred not to run the risk of operating.

SERGEANT OPPENHEIM *

Another member of the asftifl regi<- ' ment, also a member of the C.Y.O is Bergeanfc R Opfjenheim. Sergeant Oppeilheim left arm broken in Gallipolli, and has been operated on several times with a view of straighten-

ing the ffirm. Finally metal plates ) were used to splice both th,e small

bones, and be is now sufficiently re / covered to go back to New Zealand.

TROOPER A J ORME

' Trooper A J Orme, who went info camp with tbe'lStb Reinforcements, -has been! ill with gastritis, and after ppending a week in hospital at Faatherston, is on sick leave at bis home in Robinson's Bay, ■' TROOPER ;/ MOULD. Trooper J Mould, who is in Egypt, has been ill with pleurisy.... Writing to bis parents last wspk,* he stated that he was well on the way to recovery

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PENINSULA ROLL OF HONOUR., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3526, 29 February 1916

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PENINSULA ROLL OF HONOUR. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3526, 29 February 1916

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