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ROLL OF HONOUR

NEW ZEALAND CASUALTIES THE LATEST LIST TWO MORE DEATHS REPORTED. A further casualty list, issued at noon to-day, reported one man died of wounds, one man accidentally killed at Samoa, and fifty-one wounded. The list i« as under, the names of next-of-kin being given within parentheses) : DIED OF WOUNDS. On Hospital Ship, 10th August. CANTERBURY MOUNTED RIFLES. Overton, Guy Stanley, 7/384, L.-Cpl. , (Charles Overton, 24, Hereford - street, Chriefchurch, father) ACCIDENTALLY KILLED SAMOAN RELIEF FORCE. Dowd, Frank, 19/1796 a, Pte. (Miss May Robinson, c/o R. C. Norman, Col-lins-street, Melbourne) WOUNDED. Admitted to Hospital Ship Delta, 7th to Bth August. CANTERBURY MOUNTED RIFLES. Foulkes, Thomas, 7/715, Tpr. (Robert Foulkee, Waiakaia, Southland, father) j forearm and hip j M'Callum, Neil Brodie, 7/446, Tpr. (Neil M'Callum, 38, Jerold-street, Spreydon, father) ; ankle Rolleston, John Christopher, 7/391, L.Cpl. (Mrs. Elizabeth M. Rolleston, c/o F. J. Rolleston, solicitor, Tiraaru, mother) ; left arm Wroth, Cecil Warwick, 4/714, Tpr. (Walter Wroth, Collingbourne, Ducis, Wilts, England, father) ; head Atkinson, Reginald, 7/301, Tpr. (Mary Jane Atkinson, 503, Madras-street, St. Albans, Chmtchurch) ; hand Cameron, Louis, 7/822, Tpr. (Mrs. C. Cameron, Canterbury-6treet, St. Arnaud, Victoria, Australia, mother) ; hand I Cotton, Henry Malby, 7/320, Sergfc. (Mrs. Henrietta E. Morton, Upper Riccarton, mother) ; forearm Frost, Robert James, 7/45, Tpr. (Mrs. M . Frost, Studholme Junction) j shoulder Hutchinson, James Hugh, 7/350, Tpr. (Mre. Ursula Hutchinson, 20, Chel-tenham-street, Merivale, Christchurch, mother) ; left leg Macleod, John William, 7/370, L.-Cpl. (John Macleod, 64, Fairfield avenue, Sydenham, Christchurch, father) j right arm Sullivan, Humphrey Barjeim, 7/130^ Tpr. (Mre. George Sullivan, Waimate, mother) ; arm and thigh Waghorn, Ralph Noel, 7/409, Tpr. (Arthur Waghorn, Little Akaroa, father) ; hip Webb, Harry Diednch, 7/508, Tpr. (Samuel Rollin Webb, 51, Normansroad, Papanui) ; hip Wreaks, Robert, 7/415, Tpr. (Thomas Wreaks, Fendalton, Ohrietchurch, father) ; back Munro, Robert Donald, 7/95, Tpr. (Mrs. Jane Munro, Waimataitai, Timaru, mother) ; forearm Duggan, Michael Andrew, 7/40, Tpr. (Mrs. Duggan, Knapdale P. 0., Gore); knee, 26th July Caswell, Henry, 7/29, Tpr. (M. Caßwell, Albury, father) ; forearm, 27th July Black, Arthur, 7/14, Tpr. (Frank Black, Fairview, Timaru) ; left leg, 27th July M'Connell, William Robert, 7/755, Tpr. (Mrs. Catherine M'Connell, 124, Main South-road, Caversham, Dunedin, mother) ; leg, 27th July Marshall, Guy Thomas, 7/231, Tpr. (Thomas Marshall, 56, Fontarabiaroad, ■ Clapham Common, London, father); legs, 27th July Beck, Ernest Walton, 7/304, Tpr. (Allan Beck, 44, Richmond-terrace, Christ. church, father) ; neck, 29th July Admitted 19th 'General Hospital, Alexandria, 14th August. OTAGO BATTALION. Watson, Rosewall James, 8/2493, Pte. (R. H. Watson, Aln-street, Oamaru, father) j gunshot wound, jaw Payne, Albert Joseph, 8/1877, Pte. (Mrs. Jane Payne, 71, Clarence-street, Ponsonby, Auckland, mother) ; gunshot wound, groin Kirkwood, Harry William, 8/2284, Pte. (H. W. Kirkwood, Artist, Wanganui) ; gunshot wound, left leg and sprained ankle OTAGO MOUNTED RULES. Coulson, Frederick Richard, 9/994, Tpr. (Mrs. J. Bentley, 116, Mem-street, Wellington South, sister); gunshot wound, head WELLINGTON BATTALION. Domney, John William^ 10/176, Sergt.Major (Mrs. Agnes Charlotte Domney, 39, Villa-street, Masterton, wife) ; gunshot wound, shoulder Bardley, Charles, 10/1083, Pte. (James Bradley, 24, Queens-street, Westport) ; bomb wound, eyes AUCKLAND BATTALION. Halliwell, Norman, 12/752, Pte. (Graham Halliwell, Wanganui) ; gunshot wound and compound fracture, left arm AUCKLAND MOUNTED RIFLES. Neaber, Charles William, 13/717, L.-Cpl. (Frederick Neaber, Glenbervie-ter-race, Wellington, father) ; compound facture, right leg M'Mahon, Samuel, 13/834, Tpr. (Charles Davies, Adjutant, Salvation Army, Auckland, friend) ; gunshot wound, left shoulder CANTERBURY INFANTRY BATTALION. Haining, Gordon Omego, 6/2149, Pte. (Mr. J. Haining, c/o Mr. J. Berryman, Kings-avenue, Balgownie, Wanganui, father) ; shrapnel wound, thigh and back Henderson, Andrew Duncan, 6/649, Pte. (Mrs. J. Henderson, Gibson's-quay, Hokitika) j shrapnel wound, leg and arm Earnshaw, Robert Thomas, 6/952, Pte. (Mrs. M. Maineson, 32, Victoriastreet, Petone, Wellington) ; gunshot wound, lung Admitted 15th General Hospital, Alexandria, 14th August. Row, Robert Amos, Major (Agnes Amy Row, 2, Antigua-street, Sydenham, Christchurch) ; gunshot wound, right buttock, slight MAORI CONTINGENT. Admitted Hospital Ship between 7th and Bth August. Ahomiro, Arapeta, 16/156, Pte. (Ngakuku Ahomiro, Te Puke, Bay of Plenty) ; side Arthur, John, 16/251, Pte. (D. Arthur, Waikawa, Picton) ; head Broughton, Maurice, 16/522, Pte. (Mototo Paratene, Masterton, father) ; back Hohipa, Tawi, 16/328, Pte. (Wakarua liohipa, Pukepoto, Auckland) ; chest and arm Mills, Whare, 16/22, Pte. (Kereania Tihema, Te Kapa, Port Awanui, East Coast) ; left leg Nopera, Raha, 16/192, Pte. (Mohi Nopera, Temuka) ; elbow Paranihi, Tau, 16/407, Pte. (Wairakau Paranilii, Taumarunui, wife) ; hand Pehimana, Ngawakataurua Tctahua, 16/420, Scrgt. (Pehimana Te Tahua, Pafcea) ; chest and arm Poi, To Rere, 16/122, Pte. (Henare Poi, Kahukura, Port Awanui) ; hand Botnhik*., Am&tn» KineL 16/130. £Mr&.

Te Ririu Rangiriri, Ohinemutu, Rotorua, mother); foot Simeon, Dick, 16/294, Pte. (Mrs. Putiputi Simeon, Levin); lower abdomen Tawa, Huri, 16/144, Pte. (Tawa Ropiha, Otamarakau, Ohinepanea); left leg Wahanui, Kohatu Hari Hemara, 16/481, Pte. (Hari Hemara Wahanui, Otorohanga, father); knee Wahanui, Thomas, 16/488, Pte. (Hemare Wahanui, Otorohanga); thighs Admitted 19th General Hospital, Alexandria, 14th August. Mita, Matene, 16/194, Pte. (Te Ohau Mita, Tangoio, Hawkea Bay, brother); gunshot wound right leg Pineaha, Watarawi, 16/246, Pte. (Motrihi Pineaha, FernhiU, Hastings, brother); gunshot wound right forearm SICK AND WOUNDED HOW THEY ARE FARING. In the hospital and progress reports issued at noon to-day Wellington men, others with noxt-of-kin residing in the Wellington district, and the dangerously ill were mentioned as under : DANGEROUSLY ILL—TYPHOID. In Ist N.Z. Hospital, Cairo, 12th August New Zealand Veterinary Corps. Jenkins, Peter, 17/94, Tpr. (Peter Jenkins, Becks, Otago Central, father) Admitted No.. 2 Australian General Hospital, Ghezireh, 12th August. Otago Mounted Rifles. Rendall, Robert, 9/196, L.-Cpl. (Mrs. John Rendall, Papastronsay, Orkney, Scotland, mother); gunshot wound arm (dangerous) DANGEROUSLY ILL—PNEUMONIA New Zealand Veterinary Corps. Goddard, Harry, 17/86, Tpr. (Mrs. E. Goddard, 45, Kensington-street, Knowle Park, Keighley, Yorkshire) WOUNDED, RECOVERED, AND RETURNED TO FRONT. Auckland Battalion. Mills, William Anthony, 12/412, Cpl. Stunnell, Alfred .George, 12/634, Pte. Canterbury Battalion. Talke, Alfred, 6/561, Pte. Otago Battalion. Mailman, Francis William, 8/1567, Pte. Davis, Thomas, 8/746, Pte. Green, Gerald, 8/1247, Pte. Wellington Battalion. Gray, Harold Alfred William, 10/355, Gray-Westbury, Clifford James, 10/109, Pte. Beaver, Jonathan, 10/1413, Pte. Knight, George, 10/1274, Pte. Kinzett, Louis Arthur, 10/409, Cpl. Hales, Howard Wilfred, 10/371, Pte. Mullany, Albert, 10/929, Pte. Davidson, Wijliam Phillip, 10/664, Pte. Hanson, William Peter, 10/383, Pte. Canterbury Mounted Rifles. Sustins, Nolan, 7/484, L.-Cpl. Wellington Mounted Rifles. Talbut, Rodney Rupert, 11/150, Cpl. , Wellington Battalion. Acott, Alfred, 10/1713, Pte. Robson, John Francis, 10/1968, Pte. The total number of wounded given as recovered and sent to the front is 63,

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ROLL OF HONOUR, Evening Post, Volume XC, Issue 42, 18 August 1915

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