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THE ROIL OF HONOUR.

YESTERDAY'S LIST. (press association tilegbau.) WELLINGTON, June 27. The following casualty list- (No. 606) was issued to-day:— KILLED IN ACTION Reported killed in action: — N.Z. FIELD ARTILLERY. (June 10th.) Wyau. T. R. (Mrs M. I. Wyatt, 42 Glasgow terrace, Grafton, Auckland w.) (June 12th.) Milne, W. A. (R., Milne, Bos 29. Milton, f.) 1 (June 13th.) Lionel, R. J.. Cpl. (S. Bond. Symonds street, Auckland, f.) CANTERBURY REGIMENT. Don-en, L. (Mrs A. B. Doreen, 56 Antigua street, Christchurch, m.) Nelson, P. S. (Mrs P- S. Nelson, 153 Holly road. St. Albans, w.) Vincent, A. L. (E. F. Vincent, Rai wav Workshops, Auckland, f.) (June 11th.) Rollinson. G. O. (L. N. Rollinson, Brighton road, Remuera, Aucklaii h.) Russell, J. L., Cpl. (J. S. Russell, Aramoho, f.) Thompson, E. (Mrs E. IJ. Thompson Feilding m.) Yarrell. H. S., Sergt. (H. Yarrell, Dannevirke, f.) (June 12th.) Illston, TI. D. (A. T. lllston, Silver Hope, Rangitikei. f.) Macdonald C. (Mrs S. Macdonald, Endeavour Inlet, via Picton, m.) (June 13th.) Griffiths, J. E. (Mrs M. A. Griffiths, Otnki. in.) WELLINGTON REGIMENT. (June 7th.) Crombie. F. W. (M. Crombic, solicitor, Wellington, b.) McEwen, S. H. (T. W. McEwen, New Plvmouth, f.) Nicholls. G. H„ L.-Cpl. (R. Nicholls, Paraki, Helensville) Preston, J. (W. Preston, Maungatautau, Cambridge, f.) Iteid, J. (Mrs A. Reid, Foxton, m.) York, H. M. (O. M. York), Waipukurau, f.) (June Bth.) Doriu, L. J. (Mrs H. Pope. Wimbledon, Dannevirke, ra.) Dunbar, R. (Mrs E. Dunbar, Wellington South) Hallett, J. T. (Mrs J. Hallcit, Waipukurau, m.) Hansen, V. (P. Hansen, Clive, f.) Harris, G. E. (A. J. Harris, Martinborough, f.) Harris, W. H. (Mrs K. Harris. Petersfield, Hampshire, England) Kcan, J. (Mrs B. Wayne, Parnell, m.) Moore, J. W. (Mrs L. Moore, Birkdale, Auckland) Patterson, W. H. (Mrs W. McArtney, Wanganui, aunt) Paul. J. C. CM. Paul, Waihi. f.) Shield, R.. O. (A. 8. Shield, Whangamomona, b;) Thrush, E. W. (G. Thrush, Fitzrov. Taranaki, f.) (June 9th.) Astburv, E. D., L.-Cpl. (D. L. Astburv, Eltham. f.) Carr. P. R. (Mrs S. Carr, Onga Onga, m.) Parkinson, W. H., Sgt. (Mrs W. Parkinson. Tikokino, m.) (June 10th.) Barnett, IT. E. (Miss E. Bjrnett, Wanernnui, daughter) McKay. J. W., L.-Cpl. (A. McKay, Cromwell, f.) OTAGO REGIMENT. (June 7th.) , , Allen, L. (E. Allon, Wairio, Southland, f-) Brownhill, G. W. (G. Brownnfll, Glas- j gow, Scotland) J Butter, M. F. (Mrs J. Mamaton. Rangiora. s.) D-avis, F. E. (F. E. Davis, Roslyn, Dunedin, f.) Dawes, C. (A. Dawes, Cumberland st., Duucdin, f.) ! Dingley, F. A. (Mrs B. F. Dingley, E&uraki road, Birkenhead, Auckland, m.) Filtness, R. D. (C. Filtness, Cecil road, Hford, London, f.) Gait, A. D. (J. Gait. Bowmont street, Invercargill, f.) Greenlees, T. A. (Mrs E. Greenlees, Wyndham, w.) Hau'gh, J. (W. Haugh, Crookston, Christchurch, f.) Jackman. C. J. (J. Jackman, Rudston, Otago, f.) Keeling, ED. (Mrs P. Kooling, England, m.) Matthews. J. (A. C. Pearse, Hawera) Preston, A. (Mrs C. Preston, East Tamaki, Auckland, m.) Restieaux. H. M.. Cpl. (Jl. A. Restieaux, Albanv street, Dunedin, f.) Robertson, A. M. (J. Robertson, Lumsden, f.) White, E. D. (J. White, Canongatc street, Dunedin. f.) Wilks. A. J. (Mrs E. Wilks, Inglewood, m.) Willicombe, A. M. (Mrs A. Perry. Gollingwood, m.) (June 13th.) Crombie, G. P. (J. Crombie. Stuart street, Dunedin, f.) - Desmond. F. W., L.-Col. (Miss M. Booth. Opbir. Central Otago) Parker, J. (W. Parker. Alexandra, f.) (June 14th.) AUiugton. G. E.. Cpl. (Pho3be Ailington. Pukeuri. Oamaru) Banwell, W. (Mrs F. Banwell, Leith street. Dunedin. w.) Guthrie, E 11. (T. Guthrie, Oamaru, f.) Hay, G. 11. (G. Hay. Timaru, f.) Rennie. J. (G. Itennio, Beach road, Wcstport, f.) (June loth.) Laidlaw, W.'Y. (J. Laidlaw, Woodlands. Southland, f.) Swain, H. G. (Mrs J. W. G. Swain, Napier, m.) Warren, J.. L.-Cpl. (J. Warden, Upper j Waitaki. b.) | N.Z. RIFLE BRIGADE. j (Juno 7th.) j Alquist. C. A. (Mrs A. Alquist, Can- | vastown, Marlborough, m.) ! Bean, C. \V. (Mrs C. W. Bean, Panmure, Auckland, w.) Bourke, G. H. (Mrs "J. Bourke, Wellington, m.) Bovce, A. A. J., L.-Corpl. (Mrs Lacey, Avlesburv, Canterbury, s.) Burgess, YV. J. (Mrs M. A. Burgess, Newton. Auckland, in.) Denize, L. C. (W. Denize, Whanga- j para, Coromandel. f.) j Davis, G. H-, Corpl. (Mrs S. Davis, Hamilton, m.) Flower, H. R- (H. E. Flower, Mau-n"-atoroto, North Auckland, f.) Freeman S. (W. Worsfold, Feilding) Galbally, J. O. (Mrs Nicholson, YTanganui> s -) , . _ , Glavas, M. (Y. Glavas Kozica, I>*l- - Gasson, E. W., Corpl. (J. Gasson, Taihape, f.) Green. A. F. (J. F. Green, Stafford, England, f.) Griffin, H. I<\, Corpl. (Rev. J. W. j Griffin, Methodist Parsonage, Temuka, f.) Hanrahan. R. J. (Mrs G. Hanrahan, Greymouth. m.) Hansen, C. S. (J. C. Hansen, Patowhai, f.) Harris, A. J. S. (A. G. Harris. Tauranga, f.) Harris. H. E. (Mrs M. Harris, Mt. Somers. Canterbury, m.) Hunter. R. (Mrs A. Whytc, Mnitland Buildings, Helmsburgli, Dumbarton, i'O,

Johnson, J. (Mrs B. G. Johnson, Mangawhare, Dargaville, m.) Kennedy, J. M. (W. C. Kennedv, Scotland, f.) Lawson, D. M. (Mrs D. Lawson, Wellington, in.) Langridge, H. M v (Mrs H. M. Langridge, Wanganui, m.) Mcßride. D. J. (R. Mcßride, Charlton, Gore, f.) McHugh, J. (Mrs J. McHugh, Matawhero. Pirinoa, w.) McKetizic, M., Sergt: (R. McKenzie, Bay road. Invercargill) Marshall, G. R. (Mrs Marshall, St. Andrews, Canterbury, m.) Mason, W. A. (J. Mason, Cargill street, Dunedin, h.) Nicholas, L. (W. H. Nicholas, Moorhouse avenue. Christchurch, f.) Orr, E. (Mrs E. A. Orr, Kaitangiweka. Auckland, ni.) Redshaw, W. E. (J. Redshaw, Kaukapakapa. Helensville) Ridgen, G. A. (J. Ridgen, senr.. Opua, Bay of Islands, f.) Robinson. T. A. (Mrs H. Veal, Rakaia) Smith, A. H. (E /V. Smith. Geraldine. b.) Trail, W. H. (A. E. TraiL Mangawai, Auckland, b.) Wakeford, J. (Mrs Joy, Godalming, Surrey, England, cousin) Walker, E. H. (.Airs M. Walker, Great North road, Auckland, grandmother) Ward, W. A. (Mrs W. A. Ward, Masterton, v>\) Williams, H. L. (J. Williams, Maronan, Hinds, f.) (Juno Sth.) Austin, F. H. (Mrs S. S. Austin, Grey street, Auckland, m.) Clark, W. (J. Clark, Okato, Taranaki, f). Clarke, J. R. . H. Clarke, Otorohanga, f.) t Coleman, J. (Mrs S. Rice, Brixton Hill, London) Crooks. W. J.. L.-Cpl. (Mrs J. C. Mitchell, Rangiora, aunt) Grieve, D. (Mrs D. Grieve, Brydone, Southland, m.) Hebonton, 11. W. (Isabel Hobenton, J Barrelly, India) 1 Highsted, F. (T. Puaney, Para- ] paramu, f.) James,'J. i' 1 . (Mrs E. James, New Plymouth, in.) ! Mclxsan, D., Sergt. (G. McLean, Scotland, f.) Mahouey, J., Sergt. (Mrs 0. Sands, Newtown, Wellington, s.) Morrison, R. K. (Airs R, E. Morrison, Petone, w-) Neil, J. A. (Mrs A. Neil. Wellington, w.) Orr, H. W., L.-Cpl. (tMra E. Orr, Taumarunui, iu.) Pock, A. G. (Mrs l- Peck. Campbell street, Sumner, m.) Weokes. H. (Mrs E. Weokes, Awapuni, Palmerston N., in.) Young, M. (H. Young, Naseby, Otago, cousin) Rowo, S. \Y. (J. Rowe, Milton road, Mt. Eden, 1.) (June 13th.) Cameron, H.. L.-Cpl. (A. J. Cameron, Porangfthau, b.) Wa'.den, H. (Jilrs E. Walden, Plai.si.ow, England, m.) (June 14th.) Alexander, G. A. (Mrs S- Alexander, Wellin<zton, w.) • Bassett, "1. G. (Mrs S. Bassctt, Palmcrstou N., m.) Brown, P. J., L.-Cpl. (S. Brown, Crosssan, Ireland, f-) , __ . Butler, W. J. (Mrs W. Butler, Menvale, in.) . _ _ Davic.s, 11. E. (Mrs E. Davies, Te Papakuku, m.) _ „ Fraiulsen, G. H. (Mrs S. J. Frandsen, Johnstone street, Sydenham, m.) Fraser, E. M. (Mrs H. Fraser, Resnwicktown, Jlarlborongh, m.) Elvin, H. T., Cpl. (F. J. Elvm, 'Makarau, f.) _ . Roberts. A. F. (W. I>. Roberts. Tramin £ Ship Amokura, b.) . Taylor, A. S. G. (Mrs E. Taylor, Otaki, m.) ~ , Whitcombe. A. L. (Mrs Whitcombe, Wanganui. in.) Wills, W. (W. Wills, Dee street, Invercargill, f.) , Reported missing, believed killed: N.Z. RIFLE BRIGADE. (June 7th.) Maxwell, H. (Miss J. Maxwell, c.o. and Mercantile, Gisborne, s.) Previously reported wounded, now reported killed in action:— OTAGO REGIMENT. CJune 7th.) Robertson, J.' C., T.-Cpl. (Miss M. C. Robertson, Post Office, Browns, Southland, s.) N.Z. RIFLK BRIGADE. (June 7th.) Allen. R. W. (Mrs M. Allen, Wanganui, ni.) Duffy, G. (J. Duffy, Te Papa pa, Oneliunga. b.) Hillson, C. (Mrs E. Hillson, Grey street, Auckland, w.) DIED OF WOUNDS. Reported died of wounds:— N.Z. ARTILLERY. (June 17 th.) Andrews. A. N., Cpl. (Mrs E. Andrews, Allandale road, St. Clair, Dunedin, m.) MACHINE-GUN CORPS. (June 7th.) Mansfield. W. H., 2nd Lieut. (T. R. Mansfield, R.G. Artillery, Pcshawcr, India) N.Z. ENGINEERS. (June 16th.) Sampson, G. (J- Sampson, Orinan street, Invercargill, f.) AUCKLAND REGIMENT. (June 17th.) Drew, J. P. (Mrs M. Drew, Ponsonby road, Auckland, m.) CANTERBURY REGIMENT. | (June 18th.) Gunning, R. J. (Mrs C. Gunning, Barbadoes street, Christchurch, w.) Inglis, L. (A. Inglis, Riwaka, Nelson, f.) N.Z. RIFLE BRIGADE. (June loth.) Caven, J. (Mrs M. Caven, Greenock, Scotland, m.) (June 16t1i.) Bladder, F. C. (C. Blackler, Pleasant Point, Timaru, f.) Brvant, W. L. (W. J. Bryant, Manakau, Wellington, f.) (J"ne 17 th.) bridge, A. (W. Aldridge, Roxburgh street, Wellington, b.) (June 18th.) McConvillc, P. R. (Mrs E. McConville, O'Neill street, Ponsonby m.) DIED OF SICKNESS. ! Reported died of sickness:— CANTERBURY REGIMENT. (June 17t1i.) Debenham, C. (A. G. Debcnham, Jacksons, Westland, f.) OTAGO REGIMENT. (June 17 th.) Tait, J. (T. Tait, Glen avenue, Mornington, Dunedin, f.) DIED, CAUSE UNKNOWN. N.Z. RIFLE BRIGADE. (June 17th.) Douglas. R. (D. Douglas, Matokitoko road, Mangapara, f.) 0 WOUNDED. Reported wounded:— WELLINGTON REGIMENT. (June 6th.) Christie. A. K Cpl. (A. Christie, Havelock >>orth) Rayner, A. (E. Rayner, X r pokongaro. Wanganui)

Robson, G. (Mrs M. J. Robson, Owhango. Taumarunui. m.) Simmons, E. (— Simmons, Albert street, Auckland, b.) Wilson, TV'. (Mrs A. Wilson, Wellington, xa.) > (June Sth.) Brindlc, C. J. (Mrs M. Brindlo, Matamata, m.) Malrcra, F. J. (Mrs M. Malc'on. Napier, mj Queonin, B. G. (W. Quoenin, Honcke, Hokianga. f.) Willis. W. B.j L.-Cjj!. (Mr s W. ,B. Willis. 9 Littlo Pipitea street, Wellington, w.) (June 9th.) Codd, A. C. (C. Codd, Puketapn, H. 8., f.) ' McDonald. A. (J. McDonald, Dawson's Hotel. Cromwell, f.) Scott, A. S. (Miss C. Scott. 14 Liverpool street, Auckland) (Juno 10th.) Bargh, J. (Mrs Barjrh. To Kuiti) Colqnhoun, P. C. (J. H. Colquhoun, Pukckohe) CANTERBURY REGIMENT. (June 12th.) Kennedy. H'. W., Liout. (G. S. Kennedy, "Newburn ave.. Mt. Eden, Auckland, f.) (J linn 10th.1 Rankin, E. J. (Mrs J. Rankin, Mary street. Invercargill. m.) ("June 11th.) Cooper, J. H., Cpl. (I''. Cooper, Reading. Berkshire. England, t.) Edmonds, B. (Mrs S. Nicholson. Whitianga, s.) Henderson, C. H. (Mrs H. Henderson, Marton) McCallum. J. (Mrs D. McCallum, c.o. W. Triganco, Temuka, m.) McCluro. S. E. H. (H. McCluro. Taihape, f.) _ McClurc, S. C. W., l/.-Cpl. (Mrs G. H. McCluro. Marton, w.) Marr, G. E. (Mr s E. J. Saver. Hamilton, m.) Newbury. G. (J. Newbury, Kiritalri, H. 8., f.) Palmer, F. R. (A. J. Palmer, Foxhill, Nelson, f.) Williams. R. S. (Miss E. Williams, Tinwald, Ashburton, s.) (June 12th.) Buchanan, J. J. (J. Buchanan, Renfrew. Scotland, f.) Darcy-Irvine, D. S., L.-Cpl. (J. L. Darcy-Irvine. Greymouth, f.) (June 13th.) Hart. H. (Mrs E. Hart, East Ham, London, m.) Polhill. J. M. (W. G. Polliill, c.o. Pyne and Co., Christchurch, f.) Smith, H. B. (E. A. Smith, Levels Valley, Tvcho Delivery, Timaru, b.) ' OTAGO REGIMENT. (June 7th.) Simpson, A. (Mrs J. Simpson, Towncroft, Wyndham, m.) Tye, J. R. (Mr s G. H. Tye, Francis Crescent, Kaikorai Valley, Dunedin) Watt. A., Cpl. (A. Watt, Steep street, Dunedin) (Juno Sth.) Jackways. C. (H. Jackways, Racecourse, Gore, f.) (June 11th.) Rarity, J. (Mr s T. Rarity, Eddiston street, Kaitangata, m.) (June 13th.) Martin, M. M. (T. W. Martin, Elm row, Dunedin, f.) Schoen R. H. (Mrs »T. H. Schoen, Preston Crescent, Belleknowes, Dunedin, m.) Watson, C. H. (Mrs E Watson, Hillside Crescent, Mt. Eclen, m.) (June, 14th.) Baker, W. (G. Baker, Prendas street, Musselburgh, Dunedin, b.) Boniface, W. A. (J. D, Boniface, Palincrston North, b.) • Darragh, J. A. (Mrs A. Darragh, East road Invercargill, m.) McKay. V. W. (Mrg P. Kingi Wainiwa, Southland, grandmother) Roberts, H. (Mrs A. Roberts, Kingsley street, Sydenham) Sanson, G. D. (Mrs 0. Sanson, Lovell's Flat, m.) Lyes, J. T. (G. Lyes, ICokatahi, Hokitika, f.). (June 15th.) Bannister, J. (Mrs A. Bannister, Gloucestershire, England, m.) Barnott, R. T., Sergt. (Mrs W. Barnett. Wyndham, m.) Moir. J. A. (J. Moir, Nelson street, South Dunedin, f.) Morgan, F. C. (E. Morgan, St. Bathan's. Central Otago, f.) Nasmyth, N., L.-Sergt. (Mrs C. M. Carson, fcjalcombo street, KaitanA. (E. E. Noble, Ccromandel, f.) Rvan, T (J. Ryan, Otautau, f.) Torrance, J. (Mrs R. C. Torrance, Park Terrace, Dunedin, m.) Reported wounded: — N.Z. RIFLE BRIGADE. (Juno 17th.) Barrowclough, H. E., Capt. (A. E. Barrowciough,. Havelock, Marlborough, f.) Dehniston, L. H., 2nd-Lieut. (G. L. Denniston, Bond street, Dunedin, f.) (June 18th.) Bennett, J. 8., Capt. (A. E. Bennett, Feathers ton street, Palmerston N.) (Juno 7th.) Bowden, W. H. (Mrs W. Bowden, St. Asaph street, Christchurch, m.) Bruce, W. B. (Mrs A. Bruce, Cheltenham, Feilding, m.\ Carter. A. J. (Mra K. Carter, Garfield street, Parncll, Auckland, m.) Clearwater, 8., Sergt. (F. Clearwater, Riversdale, Southland, f.) . Craig, A. J., Sergt. (Mrs A. E Craig, Moxham avenue, Kilbirnio, m.) Doway, F. 11. (Miss E. Doway, England, s.) . __ , Driver) J G. (H. D. Dnver, Wynyard road, Mt. Eden, b.) Elder, D. (i£r,s W. Fawfccs, McFnhn street, Hamilton East, s.) Elmbranch. G. L., Corpl (Mrs A Elmbranch, Franklin road, Ponsonby, m.) Green, "\V. H. (Mrs A. Green, Bulls, Hanion, R. D. ,(L. Hanlon, Nixon street, Whangarei, f.) Harnett. W. (Mrs W. Harnett, KimbeN, Fairlic, w.) . .Tames. T. (J. James, Murchison, f.) Johnston, A. (J. Johnston, Overton, MaJkav 0 , n j b H. (Mrs J. MacKay, Mahora South, Hastings, m.) Manson. L. A. (A. A. Manson, WangaJ. (Mrs M- Phillips, Tainui street, Greymouth, m.) Rainey, R. (Mrs A. B*mcy, Miller s 1 Flat, Dannevirke, m.) Ramsay, 7. H. (Mrs C. T. Ramsay, Welsford, Auckland, m.j Scott. G. (H. H. Scott, Moorp street, Alilton, i.) , ~, i -»r o-_ Simmonds, H. M. (Mrs A. M. Simmonds. Tauranga, m.) South, D. (Mrs M. A. South, Keppel street, Grey Lynn, m.) Staite, 0. (Mrs A. E. Staite, Long Aero, Okoia m.) . White R- (Miss M. McKenzie, Koporanco, Master ton) (June Sth.) Barton. G. E. (Mrs J. A Barton, Birmingham, England, m.) (June 9th.) McNabb. L. (Mrs E. McNabb, Motueka, Simpson. J. (Mrs R. Darroci, Avondalo. s.) (June 11th.) Coppin, E. (J. Coppin, Owaka, South Otago, f.) (Juno 12th.) Walker J. j. (Jliss E. Patterson, 2nd avenue, >» hangarei) NEW ZEALAND FIELD ARTILLERY. TJune 13th.) Mair. P. (H. Ashwortli. Boundary road, Palmerston N.. uncle).. Palmer, C. L. (E. Williamson, Otorohanga. King Country, m.) Ross H. (Mrs B. Ross, Moeraki Estate, m.) (Jane 14th.) Holm. J. C., Corpl. (A. Holm. Department of Agriculture, Pretoria, B.) MACHINE GUN CORPS. (June Bth.) Brewer. H. T. (Mrs A. M. Brewer, Henderson, Auckland, w.) Dovrden, W. E. (R. R. Dowden, Crescent road, Birkenhead, Auckland, f.) Fransham, R- H. (B. Fransham, Whit- ] ford, Auckland, f.)

(June $th.) Barker, W. J. (i. Barker, Tennyson street, Grev Lynn. 7.) Bryce, W. (W. Tippett, Drummond street, Wollington) MeLow, W. H. (J. McLew, Dunback, f-) Tavendale, D. (Mrs J. Tavendale, Arno, Waimato, aunt) (June 10th.) Welsil D. tL (Mrs K. Welsh, Frederick street, Wellington, m.) (Juno 11th.) McCloud, G. J. (Mrs J. McClond, Hampton street, Hokitika, ni.) (Juno 12th.) Gill, L. T. (H. Gill. Whangamomona, f.) Lawronce, F. C., L.-Cpl. (C. Lawrence, Ardrossan, street. Lawrence, f.) Morton, L. (Mrs F. Morton, Pahahai, Whangarei, m.) Patmore, AV. (J. Patmore, Hobari, f.) (June 13th.) Grove, C. G. (Mrs C. W. Grove, c.o. Mrs Paton, cr. Valley road, Mt. Eden, m.) Hunter, E. G. (J. W. Hunter, Wilson's road, St. Martin's) AUCKLAND REGIMENT. (June Sth.) Wilson, A. V. (G. W. Wilson, c.o. F. Earl, "Vincent road, llemuera, f.) (Juno 9th.) Dearden, A. (Mrs G. A. Dearden, Lancashire, England, m.) (June loth.) Henderson, P. B. (Mrs M. A. Goerty, Middleton road, R«muera) (June 16th.) Brown, W. (Mrs D. Morgan, Waitukn, s -> Smith, L.-J. (Mrs T. W. Smith, Arapohue, Northern Wairoa. ra.) Lott, G. (B. Lott, Spotswood, North. Canterbury, f.) WELLINGTON REGIMENT. (June 7th.) Edge, J. A. (H. Edge, Waikiekie, via Mangapai, North Auclcland, f.) (June Bth.) Crocker, T. R. (R. Crocker, Bell Block, *•) Hammersley, J. (Mrs M. Hammersley, Kaponga, m.) Lyford, C. (Mrs M. Lyford, Church street. Palmerston North, m.) Marshall, J. (Mrs A. Marshall, Patea, m.) Maxwell, T. L. (It. Maxwell, Pnkekohe, f.) Mosen, W. G. (Mrs A. O. Mosen, Pitt street, Raetihi, w.) Ovenden, W. 8., Cpl. (F. Ovenden, Rutene road, Gisborne, f.) (June Ofch.) Bertrand, J. (Mrs F. C. Burke, Urenui, Taranaki, s.) Eggleston, S. C. (Mrs J. C. Eggleston, Seaview road, Remnera, m.) Evans, W. A. (F. Evans, Upper Plain, Masterton, f.) Ireland, G. (E. Ireland, Waverley, f.) Keane, J. (M. Keane, Basil road, Scott, J. (Mrs E. Scott, Normanby street, Wellington South, m.) (June 12th.) Spence, S. S. (G. E. N. Spence, Ruakituri. Wairoa, f.) (June 16th.) Capper, J., Q.M.S. (G. Capper, Kaimata, Inglewood, f.) Harris, E. C. W. (G. D. S. Harris, Pahautanui, via Paremata) CANTERBURY REGIMENT. (Juno Bth.) McKechnie, H. (J. McKechnie, Invercargill, f.) (June 13th.) Barton, S. R., Sergt. (A. Barton, Onawatutu, Marlborough, b.) Gaze, A. H. (C. A. Gaze, Wanganui. f). McChesnoy, J. \V. (Miss E. A. McChesney, Marton, s.) OTAGO REGIMENT. (Juno Bth.) Reid, J., L~Cpl. (Mrs M. Catterall, Lyons street, Mt. Albert, Auckland) Standen, C. (J. T. Standen, Denbigh street, Feilding, f.) (June 16th.) McWilliam. J. (Mrs E. McWilliam, Patrick street, Morning ton, Dunedin, m.) N.Z. RIFLE BRIGADE. (June 4th.) Alderman, W. (Mrs W. Alderman, Havelock North, in.) (Juno 7th.) Berry, A. E. (Mrs &. A. Berry, Waimate. m.) Dean, J., L.-Cpl. (C. Harrison, New Plymouth) Dcy, A. A. (A. Dey, P.O. Box 182, Christchurch, f.) Kitto, W. (Mrs J. F. Kitto, Jackson street, Kaikorai, m-) Linder, C. (S. A. Linder, Tuakau, f.) Lucas, E. A., Cpl. (A. H. Lucas, Muller i-oad, Blenheim,, f.) Watson, J., L.-Cpl. (J. Watson, Williams street. Invercargill, f.) (June Bth.) Fraser, D. W. (D. Fraser, Otipua, Timaru, f.) Frickleton. S., L.-Cpl. (Mrs L. Fricklei ton, Clifford street, Blackball, Greymouth, m.) Hazelhurst, T. W. (W. Hazclhurst, Waverley, f.) (.Tune 9th.) Grihble, W.. L.-Cpl. (S. M. Gribble, Warrin street, Glcnmore, Auckland, (June 10th.) Anderson, J. A. (Mi6s R. Anderson, Culrady. Londonderry. Ireland, s.) Birtles, H. (Mrs A. Birtles, Stewart street, Christchurch, w.) Bowers, W. F. (Mrs R. Bowers, Or- ! mond, Gisborne, m.) Cobden, L. L. B. (H. Cobden, Olli- ' vier's road, Linwood) Hoskyn. C. D. (Mrs M. C. Hoskyn, Post Offi°e Wnitara, w.) LafTey, J. M.. L.-Cpl. (Mrs N. Stevens, East belt. Ashburton, s.) Reove. J. F. (G. Urquhart, solicitor, Rotorua) Stephens, S. (Mrs C. Stephens, I>unsandel, m.) (Juno 13th.) Clerke. G. (Mrs G. Clerke. Rewa, via Feilding, w.) Fitzsimmons. L. J. (.J. Fitzsimmons, Kurke street. Svdenham, f.) Nnknitb, R. C. (Mrs C. Robertson, Halfmoon Bny. St«wart Island, m.) (.Tune 14th.) Duvfielrl. G. F.. L.-Cpl. (G. J. DuxMatamata. f.) Reported wounded, admitted to hospital Juno Bth, rejoined unit June 9th: — MACHINE GUN CORPS. Lealand, L. J. (Mrs E. Lealand, Fitzroy, New Plymouth, m.) slightly wounded, remaining with j: unit: — : WELLINGTON MOUNTED RIFLES, i (June 14th.) j ; Hurford, H. (Mrs W. Harford, Eng- 1 land, m.) 1 j WELLINGTON REGIMENT. i ] (June 7th.) ■ J • Douglas. J. R. (J. J Douglas, c.o. A.' < Webb, Waipahi, f.) I

„ (Juno Sth.) Ward, A. (Mrs A. Ward, Ngariki road, Hahotu, m.) Wilson, A. W. (Mrs J. T. Wilson, Dan. ncvirkc, ni.) (Juno 9th.■> Carruthers, W.. (W. G. Oarrnthers, Bulls/ CANTERBURY REGIMENT. (Juno 11th.) Corcoran, M. (Mrs S. Corcoran. Brock street. Greymouth, rn.) Waugh, A. (Sirs M. Wilson, Waimate, s.) (June 13th.) Lucas. K. B. M., 2nd-Liout. (Mrs J. B. Lucas, Gloucester street-, Christchurch, m.) Burke, D. (W. Burke, Dargavillc f.) OTAGO REGIMENT. (Juno 7th.) Benge, It. L., Sergt. (Mrs Bcnse, Upper Hutt) McKenzie, A. D. .(D. McKenzie, Mary street, Juvercargill, f.) (Juno Bth.) Drydon, G. I. M. (Mrs A- Dryden, Brooklyn, AVellington, m.) Wallace. W. R. (Mrs E. Wallac-c, Miller's Flat, Otago, m.) (Juno 14 th.) Falconer, A. H. (Mrs It. Falconer, Gordon road, Mosgiel, Dunedin, in.) Ferguson, J. (G. Vivian, Canongate street, Dunedin) Gordon, E., Sergt'. (W. Gordon, Oturohuia. f.) A. J.. L.-Cpl. (Mrs L. Hancock, » Bowcn street, Kensington, Dunedin, w.) Hoy, J. (R. Hoy, Britannia Heights, Port Nelson, f.) (June 15th.) Churchill, E. (R.. Cliurchill, Alexandra, Otago, b.) Morrin, W. P., Sergt. (J. Morrin, Roxburgh) Murdoch, A. (Mrs M. Murdoch, Ferndalo, Mataura, ni.) Souness, T.. Sergt. (T. Sonness, , Howard street, Dunedin, f.) N.Z. RIFLE BRIGADE. (Juno 7th.) McGrath, E. (H. McGrath, Oamaru, f.) Wagstaff, E. 8., L.-Cpl. (Mrs E. C. Wagstaff, Stewart street, Aramoho, m.) PIONEER BATTALION. (June Btli.) Clemens, H. J. (E. W. Clemens. Pnkolienua, Pongaroa, f.) Hunter, J. It. (Mrs N. Southern, Victoria, m.) AVELLINGTON REGIMENT. McLcay, J. M. (J. McLeay, Kihikihi, Te Awamutu, f.) CANTERBURY REGIMENT. (Juno 11th.) Brown, C. V. (Mrs W, Brown, Weka road, Fendalton, m.) Laurie, J. (Mrs A. J. Laurie, G.P.0., Auckland, m.) ' McGee, J., Cpl. (Mrs M. McGee, Gray street, Asliburton, w.)

(Juno 13th.) <*luyas. R. J. (Mrs J. Glnyas, Longbeach, Ashburton, m.) McCann, P. (Mrs M. J. McCann, Chertscy, Ashburton, w.) OTAGO REGIMENT. (Juno 7th.) Kerr, A. O. (R. C. Kerr, "Otehura, Olutha County, f.) (Juno 15th.) Hurloy, M. (Mrs M. Hurley, Ijiffcy street, Invercargill, m.) Accidentally wounded:— CANTERBURY REGIMENT. (Juno 12th.) Seward, W. W. (Mrs E. A. Seaward; Orari, \0 Reported wounded, embarked for England:— WELLINGTON REGIMENT. (Juno 13th.) Warren' S., Cpl. (W. Warren, Watanondra, &S.W., f.) N.Z. RIFLE BRIGADE. (June 10th.) Bird, C. E. (M. Bird, lManaE.au, Manawatn f.) Blennerhasseit, It», Cpl. (W. Blenncrhassett, Mafamata, f.) Leadbeater, W. (Mr JL dearer, c.o. G.P.0., Gisborne, m.) Reported wounded, admitted "to hospital :— N.Z. RIFLE BRIGADE. (June 10th.) Collins, S. G. (J. Collins, Toakau, Auckland, f.) Reported slightly wounded, remaining with unit: — . v OTAGO REGIMENT. (June 7th.) Gerry, W. H. (Mrs M. Gerry, Rsvensbourno, Dunedin) (June 14th.) Gibbs, H. B. (Mrs M. Gibbs, Carey's Bav, Port Chfclmors, m.) ■* N.Z. MEDICAL CORPS. (June 10th.) Caley, A. (L Caley, Hull. England, f.) Spooncr F.'W. (Mrs W. Spooncr, Warwick street, Feilding, m.) CORRECTIONS. Previously reported wounded, now reported not wounded: — OTAGO REGIMENT. (June Bth.) Hickey, M. (Mrs C. Hickey, Timaru road, Waimatc, m f ) Stockbridge, J. (Mrs T. Skippage, Feathcrston) MAORI CONTINGENT. . KILLED IN ACTION. Reported killed in action Waru, K. WOUNDED. Reported wounded: — Cook, G. G. Herewine, M., Private. Mihacre, P. Ngapo, R. . . ... Slightly wounded, remaining witu unit: — Rewa 1 , W. S., L.-Cpl. Birch, T. HOSPITAL REPORT. Reported danserouely ill (»U _^ n ." Ices otherwise fl tat^)—Marshall, -rf-fi' Batbcr. G.; Day. L. S.; Gxopbcr U, Hall, C.; Headifen, L.; Horton. G.; Lee, Wm., McLean. H., Rfm.; D.B f m., 'Polving, A.; Fetiba, Sgt., Ritchie, D. S.; Sandford, Wm.; Sowry, E. A. C., L.Cpl; Walsh. F. H.. Rfm. . T Reported still dangerously ill—J. R. C.. Capt.: Thompson J . Capt. . Baker, E 11., li.-Cpl.; Carter. J. H., Davieo, 6,, Spr.; Dennifion, W. H Rfm; DrewiH D. L ; George, H. W\; Hannah J. S.. Rfm , Herring, G.; Jobansen. W L.; Tangier, D.; I/ee, \Tm.; Lunn, J., Rfm.; McKenzie, ,T." Cpl. MaViias. C. O.; Morria. R. M.Morrison. Wra.: Pittamsi. J. H.; >pelf. O. W.; Shanks, J. G. T.: Sim, T. T. ; Sullivan -I.; Taylor. D.; AValeh, F. H., Rfm.; Woodrow, Reported ill—Short, A. Capt!; Brown. D. D.; Cunningham. I.; Derbid"« L L.; Fester. A., Rfm.; Harrifl, \ J - = Hollowsv, H.; Huckms, L.; King, C:' A •' Lins W. J.. Rfm.; Laiwnby, C. G.; Lv<» E L L.-Cpl.; MacCrackon, W. W.; &es. J.'11.. Sgt.; Mill. J.; MHllnor, A. A. Rfm.; Osoome, 11. C.; mckus. T. S.; Stephens, X. A.; Street, C. .A. J t j "Watt, H Repor;e4 still seriously ill—King, S„ 2nd Lieut.; Twinine. H. A., 2nd Lieut.; ArmBtron? L. M.. Dvr.; Bartlett, P. W.; Bourke, W. McK.; Bowen, J. F.; Boj-d. J. L • Bornand, C. S.. S.S.M.; Clark, D„ Mc., Rfm.; Clark, R. J., Bomb.; Craddock, N. B.; Dinnet-n, D. A., Rfm.; Edwards, W. H. B.; Graham, W. A.; Grigg, J R Rfm.; Hampton, T., Rfm.; Haydon, H. j iliggins, T J.; Hilles-Smith. F., Rfm.; Irvine G; Kenny. C. Sf?t ; ITcVey, F„ L.-Cpl.; ' Martyn. F.. T.M.-Cpl.; Mnirhead, D., Rfm.; O'ConDell. L. B. A., Cpl.; Rainma, M. K ; Randoli. C J.. Bpgler; Rcjd, A. T., Rfm!; Rc»s, f., Rfm., Smith, S., Rfm.; Sutton, A.. Rfm.; Thain, A., Cpl.; Trowell. G. W.; Vincent G„ L'm.; Warren. S.; Wcetburj-, G. H. J. H.; Williams. E. J. . Reported zemcvcd iioia dangerously ill

lirf—French., F. W.. Lieut.; Jubb. I * iiml Lieut.; Archibald, .T. A.; CarL* -a* ' Guv. C. V.; Kihvorth K. C., lUm^'JH. 5 • F. C.; Monde. J. H„ Srf.M ■ I'arfitt, L. C.: Secord. I>. ; Smith, F j Kcportod removed from seriously ill Aislabio, J. L.; Borthwick K.; CLu*fe" - & : u Cflbd ?v L - h B - Haldano, J. C.: liaeho, T.; Hutton. T* t ' Sft.; Kenney, H.. Itfm.: p ar k E J R,/ ' Wo. J- I'"-. Bfm.; J?osanowski,gT i Reported as severe cueos—Clancy, TV. g Lieut.; Fraser, J. AW, Lieut.; Kenocr 1L , W.. Lieut.; Smith, 0. Liout, * Abbott, F. G.: Aiusworth, J.; Algie Q S.; Amondson, Wm.; Anderson, demon. J. A.; Anderson, S. TV.; Aadinmn • T.: Anol, J.; Ayrton, TV. f Ball. D. G.; Barron, Kobort; Beckett \Y G.; Bcnnetto. 1). .1., Cpl.; Bennot Joaet*.' Bennett, 1\ L.. S-SRt.; Borp. L. Best. A. A.; T.; BircbaU A. w! liirtle*. H.: Blott. Hal: Botiiach.'R n*! Booth. T. II.; Bourkr. TV. M.; Bkit ! > P* ; C - r J - : Baymiif .Brown, J%. G.: brown, V%,\ Brown T M* ? C U A ia "' R * A ' : Bucbannn - J - Bnriia'f, Cadiiess, Tj. .E.; Callingham, J. S.. T..CSO . Cameron, 11. J.; Cattera-11, II.; Oarion. TP C.; Carson, 11. O.; Caven, John; Collin,,' it. J .; Copu*. A. G.; Cook, li.; CriUDalton. J.; Davis, li. il.; Davidaoii V R.; Dawson. V. J. H.; Down, J L • A. G.; Dewronx, J.; Duff, L. . ni, O. x ■ Farrow. W. J.; Foarn. C. T.; Flavdl r\ \ S., L.-Cpl. G-cdon, G. T.: Gibbs. 1.: Gibdene. JT w . Gleofon. II.: G!on, .1.; Gordon, TV. h!' Gregory, A. F.; Gminion, G. W\; (Jny f j Hammond. G. V.; Hanna, .T.; Harliixj J • . Harrison, A. IT.. C.-Cpl.; Harvev. B.' T* Cpl.: Harvey. W. F. J.: ITasti<>. *T • TT» r " ' G. C.: Hay. J. S.; HadiP.l, L.; H«mr I'ram'm; Henderson, U.; Henry w i L.-Cpl.: Hiudmarsli, It.; Hitchcock, Go*' Ssrt.: ; Iloltoii, F. G.; Holder Br' S.: Hollowny. J.; Hopkins, K. C.; Hooatwi' I{.; Iluekle, H. Uyndman, C. ' ' Irvine, G. A. I, K.; Joycv, 1\ G. Kilworth, It.; Kins." 1\: itrebe H T H Lee. J. W.; Lippitt. J. \V. ltl ilcCaim, .T.; MoAnc;litrio. TV. G.; McCw>V ■T. A.; McDonnell, H. It.; McKeag©, G 8 •' McKenzie, J.: McKcuzio. .1. F.; ITcLmiV ' '3.: McNeill, T. A.; Xla reliant, i>. F.-MaJ' shall, A. T.; Metford. H. J. S.; MevrnJl" J. M.; Millar. T. C.; Millar, W. M.; Sk It. V.; Mitchell. L. M.; Moody, F.: Urn. . tcath. It. K., Ii.Q.M.S.; Moore. C_ Set* ' Morris, It. M.: Moroll. A. T.; Mnnio, C." • MurrJiy, TV. J. ' , Kewmac, J. TV.: Nicholas, H..G.: Kkhv I las. H. L. Reportetl ns not pevcro cases—Hobba TV. Cupt.; Larl. F. J. it., Lieut.; Harriaon C # Lieut.; Irvine, J. If., Lieut.; McDonald, S. - G., Lieut,; Prcscott, J. L, Lieut.; Vereoei' W. P... Lieirt.: TValln, D. J., Lieut.: Cloueb E. D., 2nd Lieut. ' Adams, M. P.; Adams, It. A,; Aitkon/A." Allan. A. It. L.; Andrews, C. F.; Andrews G.; Argclin, G. 0., Kfm.; Ashworth TV H., Ittm.; Aetridge. 11. C., L.-Cpl. ' ' Ballantine, L., L.-Cpl.; Barlin, RD • Baniott, L. It.; Barrett. Wm.; Barwick K. H.; Baxendine. A.; Boazley, W.; BoiitT B.; Bell, 1!.; Black, It. J.; Brown, A. P' t Rfm.; Brown, J. H.; Brown, L. J., ftf m Brown, M. G.. L.-Cpl.; Brown, It. TV.- Bon', gourd, N.; Byrne, G. J. ' > Canton, A. J., Kfm.; Camell, J. C.; Can H.; Carr, J. n. V.; Chance, EX; Qluk' ' TV. P.; Clement. J.; Coleman, R. C.; Collie! D. It., Itfm.; Collins, L. K.; Cooper, G • Cowdrey, E. TV.; Crocker, G.. L.-Sgl; Cul'. bane, 13. J., Rfm.; Culley, F. J.. Snr.: Cnrd A., Itfm.; Curtk, R. H„ Rfm. ' Davis, L. C.; Davis, K. TV.; Dairson. J. G.; Dcadman. E. A.; Dovino, A, E.; £iiW "D T.; Dobson, S.; Dow, TVm.; Duncan, Rfm.; Duncan, R.. Rfm.; Dnnning, C? T.M.-Cpl.; Duthie, TVm. P., CpL Effan, G.; Evane, S. F., L.-Sgi; Evett* P. C.; Exell, Itfm. Farmer, o.,'Rfm.; Fearon, C. T.; Piod> lay. J. S.; Fleming,. Wm.; Foramsn, N.; Freehney. J, B. Gallagher, C. E.; Gallot, O.; B. M., Rfm.; Gileenan, M.; Glass. J.; Gotdoo J.; Greed, TV. J. ' Haines, A.; Halewood. H. Rfm.; Hand, S., Rfm.; Harbottle, W. J.; Harding', C. H., Rfm.; Harris, A. 3.; Hart, F. H., L.-Cpl.; , Hughio. F., L.-Cpl.; Haugh, A.; Hawthoxse, L. J.; Henderson, C. E., ltflm.; Hendersos, J. A.; Henderson, 11. C., Itfm.; Herewini, 1L: Higgine, P., T.-CpL; Hill, G. H.; Hodgson, J. L.; Hobman, H. V.; Holmes, J. Itfm.; Holt, Thomas A., Rfm.; Hoggins, E. 1?.; Hughes, J. Rfnu; Hura, G., RJm, Ineton, L. S.; Ivory, J, W. Jackson., A., Rfm.; Japp, J. A.; Jcffreym, H. D.. Sgt.; Jensen, A. L>.-CpL; Jervia, N. M., Spr.; Johnson, F. J.; Johnston,- E. 6.; Jones, S. G. •" Koatloy, J, Cpl.; Kelly. B.j Kelt, A./81, CpL; Kondon, C. R.; Kenny, C., .Sjt.; Kiddoy, J. H. L.; Kiernan, T. W. R.; Kin* dorg, A.; Kmidsen, W. IL, Rfm. Lament, D.; Lavell, H. TV., Rfm.; Lnr, H. S., Rfm.; Lcacli, T. 0., Rfm.; Lister,R; Lnnn, F. J.; Luxton, J. "W. I .* > KoAlley, N. E.; MloOaxthy, P. J.; SlcOpiH key, F. W.; McGarvoy, O. S.; McGowsa, TV. J.; McGregor, J. A.; Mack, "W. G.; Hf>" Kochnio, H.; McKonna, MnrVwiit^ F., Rim.; McLachlan, A., Rfm.; MoLeea, Poter, Dvr.; McMillan, J.; McQnilkm,. H> L.; Mcßac, TV. Y.; McSwaan, C., Rfm,; Molloy, C. H., Capt.; Mahei, R., Rfm/, Marple C., Rfm.; Marsh, J. E. C,; ' ■ v shall, G. R., Tpr.; Marshall, W. H.; Masterton. G.; Malthows, E. R.; Mathew, W. H.;' Miles, J.; Miller, A. B.; Miller, F.; Mflliv H. L.; Montgomery, C. TV.; Morrison,.'J. , , McD.; Munro, M.; Murphy, D.; Muegmor G.; My lea, J. McL. ITewton, W. 8., Spr.; Noble, P., Rfm. O'Callaghan, T. R., Rfm.; O'Connor, A.' B. A.. Rfm.; Oliver, M\ TV.; Orsborn, Rfm.; Ormandy, S. H.; O'Sullivan, E.J Owen, C. A. : Palmer, C. P.; Palmer, H.; Parker, W.", Paul, F. L.; Pedersen, F.; Perry, 0. A.;' PhiUipe. J.; Potts, W.; Powell, G. TV. Rawnsloy, R. IT.; Roes. A. C., Cpl.; Rice, L.: Richardson, R. G.; Rickard, R., Cpl.; . Ridgen, G. E.. L.-Cpl.; Ridings, J.; Roberta, A.: Robertson, D. H.; Robertson, K. A, b.Cpl.: ltobson, G. C.; Roe«. P.; Rotrnthwaite, L, H.; Russell, R. TV.; Ruttcr,• ILh Ttfni. Scales, C. G.; Sherlock, J. If., Rfm;; Shields, I!. M.. Rfm.; Sinclair, J., Gnr.J Skcath, A.: Smart, J. S.; Smith. I#.; Smith', » N. E.; Smith. S., L.-Cpl.; Spiew, R. S.! Standon. C.; Stewart, M., Cpl.; St. ,Qnto> tin. E. H.; Stratford, T. A.; Subritiky,' Cn).; Summerton, T.; Swannoy, J. ; Tilsley. R., Lieut.; Thain, A., Cpl.; ThflJT«, J. IT.; Thomson, A., Rfm.; Tillman, iA. K* ■ Xi.-Cpl.; Truman, L. R. Vivian, R. G. TVakh, Wm., Rfm.; TVallon, W. "W.j W'w Ten N., L.-Cpl.: Weaver, W. C.; Welch, L. 0., L.-Cpl.; TVhite, Kredk.; Widt, C. F.; TVillianu?, F.. Sgt.: TVilson, A. B.; Wilaon, " -»L, Rfm.; Wise, 1. C.. Rfm.; "Woolloy, D. S.: "Wrightson, C. H. G.; Wylie, K. B. Young F. C., L.-Cpl.; Young, V. W.; innns, It. S. ZafTer, It. A. LIEUTENANT ALLAN BAILEY. (By Cable—Press Association—Copyright-) (Australian and IC.Z. Cablo Association.) LONDON, June 36. Lieutenant Allan Bailey, of the Field " Artillery, a native of Aucldand, his been killed. His younger brother was killed in February. THE FALLEN AND WOUNDED. PERSONAL NOTES. Private Artnur WinJnrorth Nappe* (killed) was a son of Mr Charles F- r Napper, C.E., of Christchurch, and ■ was 21 years of Commencing his education at- ICast Chi'Lstchnrch Schoo|», he soon gained a scholarship as a Cathedral chorister, and entered Christ's College, where he received;? - most of his education. After leaving, college he became apprenticed to the profession of pharmacy. 110 took i great interest in military matters, and •< a-j a junior became ficrycant-Major Instructor of the Christchurch Senior Cadets. lie also took a prominent part in church work, being a sidesman.of the Cliristchurch Cathedral, a member of tin- C.E.M.S., and a teacher in St. Matthew's Sunday .School. Two other brothers are also serving urfder the Flag. Private Percy S. Nelson, M.Sc., re- / ported killed in action, was the son of .Mrs Nelson, 153 Holly road, and was twenty-nine years of age. He was educated at the St. Albans School, whence he passed to the High School and then ■ to Canterbury. College, where ho was assistant demonstrator for several years, taking his Master of Scienco degree with great credit. Some two

rpars ago he received ;m important position with the Now Zealand |{eCompany ;-s eli'-mii-iit analyst, which j-o.si t:«>n lie retained until his enlistment with tho Twentieth Reinforcements. Alter spending somo t irui» at Sling Camp he wont to France, where he mot his death in nation 011 June l'ith. .Somo eighteen months ago Private Nelson was married to the youngest daughter of Mr }]. Lnimfi'td, ol' Christchurch. Ho lvas ;voll Known in the city, and both ;ttr Cul!<"-'P ait'.! in after ]i fe was exeerdiiiglv popular. lie took u keen intere.-t- in Church work and was an iiflico-boarer in tlto Church of Christ and superintendent of tho Sundaytcliool. Corporal Joe B. Read (killed in iction) the only sou of Mr and j| r .v Charles Read, of !io2 Barbadoes •trcot. lie was n well-known and populigure iu Christchurch, especially in musical circle 1 -, and was a member of the Merivalo Football Club and New jlrightcn iSurf Club. During ihe tour of the Now Zealand Orchestra, in connexion with the New Zealand Exhibition a few years ago, he very successfully parried out the duties of assistant manager. At tliQ time of enlisting, Cornoral Read was in charge of tho music department of The Bristol Piano Company., Wellington, ho having been r.jth this firm for fourteen years. Ho was twenty-seven years of ago. fiminer P. J?. Wyatt in action) was a son of Mr 11. P. Wyatt, Telegraph .Superintendent, of Christchurch. The la to Gunner Wyatt left Zealand as a sergeant- in the loth Reinforcements, but iu common with the rest of tile n.c.o.'s who leave New Zealand, Jie had to relinquish his stripes when arriving at the front. He was horn in Hawke's Bay, and was educated at tho Napier Main School, and later at the Napier High School, hater he wont to tho Auckland Grammar School, where lie was identified with the many athletic sports of the school. After leaving school, he wont to Wellington, where he was in business at tho time of the outbreak of the war." lie was a married man, and very popular with all with whom he came in contact. Advice has been received that Pri- ' vote T. A. Fleming, who was rocently scrercly wounded, lias been placed on the invalided list. In fact, he has so far recovered a. 3 to take a special courso of instruction as an army cook. Private Fleming was formerly a member of '-'The Press" literary staff, and subsequently accepted tho position of subeditor of tho Christchurch "Star." He was seriously wounded somo months ago. Sergeant Fred Forsytho (wouiWed) is a brother of W. Forsytho, whose connexion with the. Theatre R-oval and Various local hardwaro firms is woll known. Sergeant Forsytho went away with the Third Artillery Reinforce'incnts, and saw considerablo service right through tho Gallipoli campaign. Later, he went to France, and thero auffpred his latest injuries. Prior to enlisting, Sergeant Forsytho was employed as a clerk in tho Christchurch Tramway Board's office. His only brother, Privato William Forsytho, nfter having been rejected from Trentham, is now serving as a clerk on tho Canterbury Medical Board. At a jneeting of tho Redcliffs School Committee, held last night, a motion cf sympathy was passed to Mr and Mrs .■Dalton on the loss of their son, Privato . R. - Dal ton, who was killed in action. The late soldier was an old scholar of ' the school, and tho headmaster was instructed to embody tho .committee's motion with tho one passed by the ; scholars and teaching staff of tho school. Private R. Dal ton (killed in action) wns the son of Mr and Mrs G. E. Dalton. Feudal ton, and a cousin of Canon Unltou. who was in New Zealand as Chaplain to our present King and .Qiifcn. an their visit to Now Zealand. ; Private Dalton was 21 years of ago at tlu» time «£ his death, and left New •Zealand with the 14th Reinforcements. Prior to enlisting ho had been emplovod for somo years on Mr G. Gernrd's stations as shepherd. His brother. .Stanley Dalton, is a sub-lieuton-aut in tho Motor-boat Patrol Servico . in England, Private A. J. Pritchard (wounded) is a son of tho late Mr 0. Pritchard, formerly of Ash burton. His mother is at present residing at Fairfiold avonuo, Addington. Privato Pritchard enlisted in the Now Zealand Forces in August 2(ith of last year, and went -tvjth tho 19th ReinForcemonts. At tho time of, volunteering ho was employed on tho staff of tho Traffic Managers office, New Zealand Government Railways, in Christchurch. Mr R. Wark, 28 Wilson's road, , Opawa, has rocoivod advice that 'his son, Privato Tom Wark, .has been admitted to hospital in France, sovercly 'wounded in tho left leg. _ Private S. Wilson, wounded on Juno _7th, through tho oyoball, was bom in Belfast, Canterbury, and cducatod at tho Belfast School. Ho is tho youngest son of Mra R. Wilson. Prior to enlisting he worked at tho Freezing Works. He enlisted several times, and could not get through, but after uny dergoing an operation was accepted, and loft with tho 17tli Reinforcements. Another son is serving in .Franco, Mrs Willis, Montreal street, has re- , cpived advico that her husband, Pri- . vato Harry Francis Willis, was wound- - ed/on Juno 7th. Ho is 34 years of age, and left as orderly clerk with the loth Reinforcements. Prior to enlisting ho Avas employed as draftsman at the Christchurch City Council. Ho is the eldest son of Mr and Mrs H. Willis, of St. Albans Captain Murray, of the coastal steamer Cygnot, has receivod a" cable stating that his son, who was wounded in- Franco, on Juno 7th, is making fav- .. ourablc progress. Mrs John Munaton, Rangiora, has received advice that her brother, Privato Maurico Butler, was killed in ac--t tion in Franco, on June 7th. Ho was tho tliira son of Mr Francis Butler, Coolbano, County Kerry, Ireland, and camo to New Zealand about twelve years ago. Ho followed up farm work m tho Temuka district for two years,, and then wont to the North Island, where ho remained until ho left with the Wellington draft of the 12th Reinforce.monts. Another brother, Privato W. Butler, is with tho 27th Reinforcements. Among tho wounded in the recent casualty lists appear the names of Trooper Justin LeLievre, Privato Louis Hammond, Private Frod. Hammond, Privato Leslie Kearney, and Signaller Martin Giddens, all well-known young farmers, from around Akaroa Harbour (writes our correspondent). Trooper LeLievre, the eldest son of Mr and Mrs Jules LeLievre. of Akaroa,. left with the 6th Reinforcements. Ho saw service on Gallipoli, in Egypt, and in Palestine. His younger brother, Trooper Maurico LeLievre, who left " with him, was kiljed in action at Rafa, in January last. Privates Louis and Fred. Hammond arc sons of Mr W T . BHammond, a prominent _ farmer of Takamatua. They left with the 12m Reinforcements, and it was in the great battle at Messiues a fortnight ago that the brothers suffered injury. Privato Leslio Kearney is a son of Mis G. Kcarnev, latclv of Gough's Bay. Ho left with tho 18th Reinforcements. Between tho dato of his enlistment anu that of his entry on the Western front he was unfortunate enough to suffer j from measles, pleurisy, and " mumps, j Private Kearney and Trooper LeLievre, cousins, it may bo noted, are two more of the grandsons of that fino old French pioneer of 1840, M. Francois LeLievre. Si,'mailer Giddens is tho eldest son of Mr Geo. Giddens, Barry's Bay. He left with the 13th Reinforcements, and, at the front, was acting as a signaller specialist. Airs W. O'Callaghan, of 67 Randolph etrect, Woolston, has been advised that

her husband, Rifleman Thomas R. <> Ciillaghan. wa< admitted to Walton-nn-lhjinos Hospital on loth inst., sufleriug from a gunshot wound in tho left leg received in the fighting around Mossinos. Rifleman D'Callaguan left with tho 18th Reinforcements. Advico lias been received that Private Sidney A. Owen was admitted to the Broekenhurst Hospital on the; 15th inst., Buffering from a gunshot wound in tho head, slight. He is the oldest son of Mr Owen, of city treasury office. Privato advico has been recoiv-d that Corporal J. L. Down, son of_Mr J. Down, of Rosewarno street, Addington, who was reported wounded a few days ago, received slight wounds in tho loit arm, and scvero gunshot wounds in tho right arm and hand. Although his wounds were serious, ho was reported at last adviccs, to bo progrcssiug well, and almost convalescent. Private John Twi?s (wounded) is the second son of Mr M. "Iwiss, a wellknown Southbridge farmer, and left f° r tho front with the 17th Reinforcements. He. wits born and educated at Southbridge, and on leavingthe District High School engaged in farming pursuits. He is well-known and greatly esteemed. Private 'JTwiss was the second member of the Twiss family to join the colours. Privato Gudsell (killed) was a member of the 16th Reinforcements. Ho was farming at Dunsandel, but sold out in order to join the forces. Ho leaves a widow and three children. Rifleman C. Newlove (killed) was tho eldest son of Mr M. H. Newlove, of Dunsandel. .lie was educated at the Dunsandel School and later took up contract work, subsequently settling on a farm of his own. He left with the 16th Reinforcements. Rifleman W. J. C. Shcat (wounded) is the second son of Mr Goorgo Sbeat, and Rifleman Andrew J. Brown, tho second son of Mrs Brown and tho lato Mr Hugh Brown, formerly a wellknown Dunsandel business man. The two soldiers mentioned left with tho 3rd Battalion of tho New Zealand Riflo Brigade, and went through the Somme "push" together. Rifleman Sheat had to lcavo tlic trenches owing to sickness, but Rifleman Brown had the good fortuno to go right through witinout injury. Both were, however, wounded during the Messines battle. Rifleman Balloch (wounded) is the eldest «on of Mrs Balloch, of Dunsandel, and left New Zealand with tho 18th Reinforcements. Ho is reported to bo suffering from shell shock and slight wounds, this being tho second . time ho has been wounded. Prior to enlisting Rifleman Balloch was country traveller for Messrs Booth, MaedouaJd and Co., Ltd. Mr William Eddy, of Dunsandel, has received word that his brother, Private D. N. Eddy, who was posted as missing a week or so ago, has rejoined hjs unit. Private Leslie Crosscn (killed) was a son of Mr W. Crossen, of Dunsandel, and lato of Brooksido. He is the second member of tho Crossen family to make tho supreme sacrifice. He was educated at Brooksido School, and prior to enlisting was engaged in agricultural pursuits. Privato Georgo M. Sellars (killed) was the third son of Captain Edward Sellars, and grandson of the lato Captain Daniel Sellars. of Tauranga. He was bom in Auckland. ; and educated at tho Napier street school. He was apprenticed to Mr G. T. Niccol, shipwright. in whoso employ he remained until tlio time of his enlistment. Privato Sellars took a keen interest in yachting, and was for many years an active member of the Victoria Cruising Club, and a member of several otTler clubs. As a footballer ho had a very wide reputation, having represented Auckland and New Zealand on numerous occasions. _ He was captain of tho Ponsonhy District Football Club for several seasons, and a member of the New Zealand team which visited His brother, Roy, is a divisional signaller with the Twentieth Reinforcements. * Lance-Corporal James Leo ("Div") Mulvibill (killed) was the fourth son of Mr and Mrs T. Mulvibill, of Hargreaves street, Ponsonbv, Auckland. He was educated at Nelson street school, and also at tho Marist Brothers' and prior .to his enlistment with the Seventeenth Reinforcements was on tho staff of the Post and Telegrmh Department. Ho was a keen sport, and was an active member of the Marist Brothers' Old Boys' Football Club, and also of tho P. and T. Cricket Club. Lance-Corporal Mulvibill was 22 years of age. Captain Joseph Trewheela (killed) was a son of Mr S. Trewheela, of Lake road, Takapuna, whoso family had already sufFered loss in the war. . His brother. Sergeant W. Trewheela, was killed in action while fighting in the Australian Forces. Joseph Trewheela himself was also wounded somo time ago. Two of his brothers are still with the New Zealand Forces. Corporal M. M. Lane (killed) left New Zealand with ono of the first reinforcements. and after serving in Egypt and on Gallipoli, went to France with the First Division o7 New He went through every engagement in which tho division took part, and until ho met his death on June 7th, had not received a scratch. He leaves a widow and five children, residing at Takapuna. Privato Oliver Scott, better known as "Tommy" Scott (killed), was a son of Mr J. L. Scott, a former headmaster of the Parnell (Auckland) school. He was educated at the Parnell school, the Auckland Grammar School, and the Auckland University College. He entered the Grammar School on a foundation scholarship, and matriculated in 1902. He passed the first scctiou of tho Bachelor of Commerce decree examination, but owing to failing health was not able to complete tlio examination. Afterwards ho entered tho employ of tho A.M.P. Society, and at tho tinio of his enlistment occupied the position of cashier in the Auckland branch. Tho late Private Scott was a member of tlio Auckland University Hockey Club, and ol' tho fat. George s Rowing Club. Lieutenant Allan Richard Bailey (killed) was a son of Mr J. W. Bailey, of Dominion road, Auckland. Lieutenant Bailey left Auckland tor England early in July. 1011. 4 been declared prior to his arrival, and he immediately joined a unit of tho Field Artillery. After serving nearly twelve months in Egypt, ho received his commission, and was in active^ servloom Franco up to the time of his death. His voungest brother, Sergeant H. I. Bailey, was killed in Franco about four months ago. A third brother, Lieu-; tenant A. S. Bailey, was badly j and invalided homo about two months ago. ■ Tho eldest brother. W . J. Bailey, is an engineer on an overseas steamer. Licuteuant A. B. Bailey fims he d I" education at tho Auckland Gramni School, and took a . keen interest m sports and volunteering. j Privato Robert C. Bett (killed) was the only son of Mr John Bett, o Palnierston North. Ho saw sen ico with tho Veterinary Corps in . Egypt> going out with the Sccond Reinforcements, and was invalided homo after an attack of typhoid fever. Ho returned home, but as soon as he was fit, having refused a commission in the/V eterinary Corps and A.S.C., he enlisted in the infantry. He left with the 14th Reinforcements, and, arriving in France, went through tho Somme battle unhurt, and, preceding Messines, he volnnteeroa with tho trench raiders on three sions. He received tho wounds which led to his death on June Sth ( /I s birthday) in the advance on .Vlcssines. and died on Juno 14th. Prints Bett s death has caused widespread regret m Palmerston North, whero ho was prominent among tho young i:i«-n in St. Andrew's Presbyterian Cliurcb being successively secretary and sub-leader of

the Bible Class, and also one of tho lay preachers. In Egypt he worked enthusiastically under Mr J. L. Hay, who was in charge of the Egyptian organisation of the Y.M.C.A. He was offered a field secretaryship of the Y.M.C.A., but preferred to go back as a private.

A cablegram has been received by Mrs H. J. Darroch. Featherston, stning that her son, Jack, was wqnr.ded and gassed on June 7tli. also a later cablegram to the effect that the pas poisoning is severe. -Although considerably under age ? !>e.v,o.n n: Darroch left with the 9th Reinforcements, and too* part in the battle of she feomme. He was recently promotoi to the rank cf sergeant.

Private Stephen R. .Main, of _ New Plymouth (killed) left with the lctli Reinforcements. Ite was well-known in Now Plymouth, whero he was very popular in football and cricket circles. He was employed for sonic years at the Blenheim Oil Bore.

Mrs Kelly, of Vat rick street. I'ctonc, has received advice that her som Trooper Arthur Kelly, has been admitted to hospital in Franrc. Trooper Kelly joined tho 2nd King Edward's Horse in London in the lirst days of the war.

Rifleman Poter Finiayson (killed) was engaged in fanning pursuits for many years in tho Clinton district. Ho subsequently joined tho Railway Department as a bridge carpenter. Ho enlisted at Dunediu with tho_ Ist Battalion, New Zealand Rifio Brigade, and was wounded 'twico previously in France. Two of his brothers aro also on active service.

Lance-Corporal Norman 15. Brown (killed) *S&s the eldest surviving son of Mi 1 James Brown, of the National Bank, Dunedin. He was 27 years of ago, and was employed in tho Railway service. He enlisted the first day volunteers were called for, and left at six hours' notice for Samoa with tho Railway Engineers. Returning from there, he was one of tho few members of tho Samoan field force who went straight on without break of son-ice. Ho was at tho Suvltv Bay landing. Ho was in the trenches in France all last winter.

Private Alfred Andrews (died of wounds) was tho third son of MrGoorgo Andrews, of St. Clair, Dunedin. Ho enlisted in the sth Reinforcements. Ho was at tho Suvla Bay landing, and served in a mortar trench battery without a spell right up to the day of tho Gallipoli evacuation.

Sergeant Harold Resiicaux (killed) was tho elder son of Mr Augustus Rostieaux, who was in his younger days a celebrated Otago Rugbv live-eighth, and the great place-kick of tho famous Alhambra team. Sergeant Restieaux was in the Grange Crickct Club, the Old Boys' Association Footbdll Club, and tho Otago Rowing Club, and achieved good results as a breast-stroko swimmer.

Private P. T>aly (killed) was tho thircJ son of Mr P. Daly, of Hinds. Pic was educated at the Hinds School, and prior to enlistment was farming at Ealing. He left with tho 18th Reinforcements.

Mrs B. Marsdcn, Suffolk street. Ashburton, has received advico that liaison, Private D. M. Marsden, was admitted to tho Wal ton-oil - I'llam cs Hospital on June 13th suffering from a gunshot wound in the leg Private Sfarsden. with, tho 13th. Reinforcements.

Tho relatives of Privato L. G. Tilson, of Hinds, have been advised that ho was killed in action in Franco on Juno 14th. Privato Tilson, who was only 20 years of age. was educated at tho Hinds school. Ho left with the 14th Reinforcements. Two other brothois at tho front havo been wounded.

Mrs W. J. Marshall, Lyalldaln, St. Andrews (late of Asliburton) has iocoived advico that her son. Private Georgo'Marshallj has been killed in action in France.' Privato Marshall was 25 years of ago, and left with the 16th Reinforcements.

Mr John Sims. Ashbtirton,.has been advised that his son,' Privato Edwin Sims, was admitted to on May 30th suffering from shell wounds in tho right wrist. Private Sim s left with the 18th Reinforcements.

Mr H'ealey, Wood street. Temuka, has received advice that his nephew, Privato J. B. O'Neill, was wounded on Juno 7th. Ho left with the 17th Reinforcements. '

Mrs Mary Edgelor, John street, lomuka has received advico that her son, Privato W. A. Edgelor. was admitted to tho New Zealand General Hospital, Broekenhurst, on June 13th.. suffering from gunshot wounds in the left arm, which had to bo amputated.

Tho Rev. J. W. Griffin, of Temuka, was advised yesterday nmrning that his son Horaco had been killed in action on June 7th. Private Griffin enlisted at Maungaweka, whero ho was employed in tho Bank of New Zealand. Ho left New Zealand with tlio 11th Reinforcements in April, 1910, and was through th© Somme battle, where a brother was wounded aud had to have his foot amputated.

Privato L. S. Doreon. Canterbury Regiment (killed), was a son of Mr and Mrs J. Doreen, of 56 Antigua street, Sydenham. Ho was 23 years of age, and educated at tho West Christchurcn School. For .five years ho was in the employ of Messrs Mason, Struthers and Co.. and later was employed by Messrs W. L. King and Co., hardware merchants, of Christchurch. Ho was a well-known plaver for the Selwyn Hockey Club.

Privato J. Buderus (wounded) was at ono time on the mechanical staff of tho Feilding "Star," and later on tho staff of the "New Zealand Times," Wellington.

Tomporary-Otptain H. G. Brodio (wounded) enlisted in Nelson in 1915 and Berved on Gallipoli before being sent to France. Ho was a solicitor by profession, and wa* in Fell and Atkinson's office in Nelson.

Private Herbert- Everett, a so n of Mr L. Everett, of L'mukuri, Nelson, who was wounded in tho recent advance at Messines, has had his right foot amputated, also his left log below tho knee (telegraphs our Nelson correspondent). Hopes aro entertained that his arm will be saved.

Private Jack Williamson (died of wounds), who is a son of Mrs T. Guest, of Nelson, enlisted at Christchurch in 1915.

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THE ROIL OF HONOUR., Press, Volume LIII, Issue 15939, 28 June 1917

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