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ROLL OF HONOUR.

" IN MEMORIAM. /f>YTON—In lavins memory of Trooper Montague Harold Clayton, Ut Canterbury Mounted RifUs, Sixth itcinforccrnents, HIIM in Palestine, November otli, lDh. Sorted by K. M. Clayton, Clifton, Sumner. ttbtKß In lovirr; memory of Rifleman \V (Arthur) .Letter, only <iO!i of W. T. and M.' Lester, Lyttelton. died ci wounds m France, November nth, IU-s; <i = ed "* vcira. His duty nobly done. , -Inserted by thoso that n.u.-i him. TELSON—In loving nvmory of Rifleman D. Nelson, who dint of wounds, November sth, received at Passcheiidaelo October -la., 101"; aged 42 years. To memory ever aear.^ —Inserted by his loving wife, E. Nelson. PAIXTEB-In fond memory of Private P. E. Painter, killed in action, November sth, 2918. So loved, eo mourned. —Inserted by his loving wife and children. PAINTER —In lovin? memory of our dear con-in-law, killed November sth, 191S at Mormal Forest. Ho gave his life, ho pavo hi 3 all; He died the helpless to defend, A hero soldier to the end. Inserted by his father and mother-in-larr, VINCENT—In proud and loving memory of our beloved eon, Raymond Stanler, killed in action in Palestine, November sth, 1917. Oura the sorrow, his the memory. —Inserted by his sorrowing parents, sisters, and brothers.

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ROLL OF HONOUR., Press, Volume LV, Issue 16672, 5 November 1919

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ROLL OF HONOUR. Press, Volume LV, Issue 16672, 5 November 1919

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