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THE GARRISON AT SAMOA

HEALTH REPORT. . Reporting under date February 6, Colonel Logan states that tho health of the troops is good. Field Engineers.—Captain D. J. Gibbs, dysentery; Signaller, Lance-Cor-po'ral Proude, jaundice. Railway Engineers—Corporal C. R. Riesop, appendicitis; Sapper B. J. Furey, varicose veins. Auckland Regiment—Major W. Kay, appendicitis; Privates F. K. Bell and C. Crawford, dysentery; R. J. Massicks and G. W. Pearce, dengue; E. Mills 1 , septic knee; T. E. Peck, enteric fever. Wellington Regiment.—Corporal, F. A. Cimino, fever; A. S. Crother, hernia; Lance-Corporal S. G. MurreU, fever; Privates W. Dixon, pneumonia; D. S. Hamilton and L. H. Smith, dengue; B. L. Hoare, eye trouble; E. R. M'Killop, hernia; H. Jenkinsou, septic throat; H. Stubbs, rheumatism. Machine Gun Section.—Sergeant G. A. Trevelyan and Private B. Thompson, dengue. Army Service Corps.—Private W. Brocklebank, jaundice.

Medical Corps.—Private A. G. Hewitt, dengue. All doing well.

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THE GARRISON AT SAMOA, Dominion, Volume 8, Issue 2381, 10 February 1915

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THE GARRISON AT SAMOA Dominion, Volume 8, Issue 2381, 10 February 1915

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