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NEW ZEALAND WOUNDED

j NONE "SENT TO ENGLAND

WELLINGTON, May 22 In reply to a cablegram sent on May 19th to the High Commissioner, the Hon. Mr W. F. Massey lias received cabled advice that there are no New Zealand wounded in England from France. NOT BEEN IN ACTION WELLINGTON, May. 22

The following message received by the Right Hon. W. F., Massey from the High Com-' missioner indicates that the New Zealanders as a body have not yet actually been in action in France; in spite of the press cablegram that Mr Fisher had paid a second visit to wounded Australians and New Zealanders from France. Mr Malcolm Ross, New Zealand War Correspondent in his message referred only to Australian wounded from the Continent. The New Zealand wounded mentioned in the press cablegrams probably joined • the Australian forces either in the \ Commonwealth or in England. PRISONERS FROM SAMOA \

ELEVEN ARRIVE AT AUCKLAND AUCKLAND, May 22 The Talune arrived from Samoa with, eleven prisoners of war. The authorities are reticent over their identity, but it is understood they include the former assistant manager of the D. H. and P. G. Company, also Berking, German collector of Customs, and nine minor officials of the company. I

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NEW ZEALAND WOUNDED, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3548, 23 May 1916

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NEW ZEALAND WOUNDED Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3548, 23 May 1916

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