NEW ZEALANDERS DEAD. , "(By Telegraph.— Press Association.— Copyright.) (Received September 24, 9.35 a.m.) SYDNEY, This Day. Trooper W. T. B. Gardiner, who died of wounds, was educated in New Zealand. Privates F. W. Ewington and B. Behn, both killed in action, were New Zealanders. ~ f "JOHNNY" VERGE KILLED (Received September 24, 8.40 a.m..) SYDNEY, This Day. Captain A. Verge, prominently known in Rugby Union circles as " Johnny " Verge, was killed at the Dardanelles.
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AUSTRALIAN LIST, Evening Post, Volume XC, Issue 73, 24 September 1915
AUSTRALIAN LIST Evening Post, Volume XC, Issue 73, 24 September 1915
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