SICK AND WOUNDED
LATEST PROGRESS REPORT. In the hospital and progress report issued at noon to-day, Wellington men, other with next-of-kin residing in the Wellington district, and the dangerously ill, were mentioned as under :—: — WOUNDED LOWER EXTREMITIES. Wellington Battalion. Hanson, William Peter, 10/383. Pte. SLIGHTLY SICK, DISEMBARKED MALTA, 7th SEPTEMBER. New Zealand Field Artillery Duncan, Douglas James, 11/991, Gun. Canterbury Battalion. Stanbridge, George, 6/358, Pte. Wellington Battalion. Steer, George Stewart, 10/685, Pte. Wellington Mounted Rifles. Fendall, Frederick Selwyn, 11/764, Tpr. Reid, William Anson, 13/845, Tpr. AT AMERICAN WOMEN'S WAR HOSPITAL, PAIGNTON. ' Wellington. Battalion. Ashbolt, Frank Lionel, 10/1728, Pte. Booker, Charles George, 10/1747, Pte. Cumming, Martin, 10/1786, Pte. Hunt, Edward, 10/33, Pte. Kingham, William, 10/408, Pte. Law, Allan Edward, 10/196, Pte. M'Greevy, Richard Augustus, 10/56, Pte. M-aaggarty John Harold, 10/1594, Pte. Saw tell, Louis Ivor, 10/1974, Pte. Tracy, James George, 10/1099, Pte. Wellington Mounted Rifles. M'Donald, Ledlin Telfer, 11/743, Tpr. Marsh, Alfred Hayes, 11/320, Tpr. Canterbury Battalion. Horsman, Gordon, 6/1570, Pte. DANGEROUSLY ILL, LONDON. Canterbury Mounted Rifles. Turnbull, Joseph, 7/587, xpr. (A. Turnbull, Russell's Flat, father) ADMITTED TO 19thGENERAL HOSPITAL, ALEXANDRIA, 11th SEPT. Wellington. Battalion. Campbell, William, 10/1202, Pte. : enteric
at Malta), J. R. Liddle (Ghemireh), J. Gould, A. Wagstaff, G. L. Kindell, and A. Gurr ; ill, one officer and 182 men, including G. Syke, Dvr. H. T. Dunley (in hospital at Malta), A. Fullwood (Ghemireh) ; prisoners of war one officer and two men ; missing, 94 men, including R. E. M'Gaffin, J. M. Meara, and R. E. Hatrick ; in hospital at Malta (previously reported wounded), C. R. Duke, 0. B. Oden, R. M. Jones, and H. E. Finnerty. (Received September 20, 8.50 a.m.) SYDNEY, This Day. G. A. and W. B. Simons, who were wounded at Gallipoli, were both educated in the Waikato. SYDNEY, 19th September. Major Jim M'Manamey, a prominent Rugby Unionite, has been killed at the Dardanelles.
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SICK AND WOUNDED, Evening Post, Volume XC, Issue 70, 20 September 1915
SICK AND WOUNDED Evening Post, Volume XC, Issue 70, 20 September 1915
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