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BOWDEX —On October 12th, killed in ac-j . tion Arthur J. Bowdon, eldest and dearly , beloved, son of J. W. and C. E. liowden; in bis 23rd year. BARRETT— On October 12th, died oi wounds in France, Lance-Corporal C. Roy ; Barrett, dearly loved youngest eon of K. i atd K.' Barrett, M Humboldt street, Syd- ; enbam'; a sod twenty-one years. So loved, j so mourned. I CAMPBELL—KiIIed in action, October 4th, , Serecant E. G. Campbell, the loved frier.d j of Mrs A. Burling, Miss E. McKcllow, and Wro. J. A. McKellow, of 415 Gloucester street. and comrade in arms of James H. JlcKe'llov.'. A gallant soldier, and a faithful friend. POSTER—On October 12th, 1917, killed in action in Prance, Lance-Corporal Alfred Wells (Pat) Foster, Bth Reinforcements, voungeot son of J. and R. Campion, Ji7 N'crrth parade, Richmond: in li.s 27th year. His duty nobly done. fiIiANVILLE —Killed in action, somewhere j'rancc, on October 4th, Lieutenant Koland Belfield Glanvillc, Main Body. Australian Forces, eldest and beloved (ion of William and Edith Glanvillc, Pareora i West, Timoni; ago 21 years. "Ho garo big life for his country." HARRIS—KiIIed in action in France, Octo ber 4th, Private C. I). Harris eldest eon of C. and E. Harris, Omihi; in hia 2Sth year. i JONES—On October 4th, killed in action in France, William Robert James, dearly loved youngest eon of Mrs T. Miller. Mount Sombre, (17th Reinforcements.) For King and Country. KNOWLES—Died of wounds, October 12th, 1917 in Franco. Private Claude Leonard Kno'wlen, of the First Battalion, Canter- ■ bury Regiment, Infantry (6th Reinforcements), younger eon of the Rev. W. F. and Mxu Rhowles, of Amberloy; aged 2a years. McMANUS—On October 12th, died of wounds in France, John Bernard, only son of Mr HoJUnua, Leeston; aged 21 years. R.I.P. Ho flid. liis duty. PEARCE—On October 15th, died of wound® in Franco, Gordon Pearce, dearly loved ion of F. and E. Pearce, 341 Harewood •road; aged 22. Loved by all. TOWNSEND— On October 12th, killed in action in France, Samuel Haydon, second eon of Mrs P. A. Townsend, 18 Railway terraoe, Lower Riccarton, and brother of Mrs P. Anderson, Waimairi road, Upper Riccarton; aged thirty-nine years. VARNEY —On OotoboT 12th, killed in action, Sergeant Alfred J. F. Varney, loved oldest son of A. F. and P. B. Varney, Lyttelton; iged 23 years. loving son and brother 'and faithful friend. He died for has loved ones. Wjilß—Killed in action in France, on October 4th, 1917, John George Henry Weir, second dearly beloved son of Mrs M. Weir, 88 Princeas street, Riccarton; aged 33 years.

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THE ROLL OF HONOUR., Press, Volume LIII, Issue 16043, 27 October 1917

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THE ROLL OF HONOUR. Press, Volume LIII, Issue 16043, 27 October 1917

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