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A SMALL LIST !A casualty list issued last night reported three men wounded, two died of enteric, and one died of consumption. Following is the list : — DIED OF ENTERIC. At Malta. N.Z. FIELD AMBULANCE.' Shrimpton, Hugh Robert, 3/106 a, Pte. ; (Mrs. F. Shrimpton, 308, Selwynj street, Addington, mother); 29th | September OTAGO BATTALION. Phelan, Philip, 3/1599, Pte. (Philip Phelan, Progress Junction, Reefton, father) ; 30th September DIED OF CONSUMPTION. N.Z. VETERINARY CORPS. Died at Dunedin Hospital, 4th October. Davis, Albert John Vivian, 17/45, Pte. (Mrs. Davis, Waverley, Invercargill) WOUNDED. AUCKLAND BATTALION. Reid, Lewis Harold, 12/2097, Pfce. (Alexander Reid, Herbert-road, Auckland) ; knee (no date given) Patterson, Thomas Stephen, 12/614, Pte. (Annie Patterson, c/o Mr. Fabershaw, Kent, England) ; hip (no date given) ,N.Z. FIELD ARTILLERY. Hughes, Michael Daniel, 2/1278, Gun. (Mary Ann Hughes, Spey-street, Invercargill, mother) ; shoulder (no date given) CORRECTION. OTAGO MOUNTED RDJLES. Reported in* Error Died of Enteric, 22nd August. Craig, Robert William, 9/128, Sergt. (Mrs. Mary M'K. Craig, Waitahuna, mother) SICK AND WOUNDED HOW THEY ARE FARING. In last night's hospital and progress report the following men of Wellington unite, or having next-of-kin in Wellington district, are mentioned :—: — WELLINGTON MOUNTED RIFLES. (Sick, discharged from hospital, now convalescent, Alexandria.) Outran, Robert William E., 11/987, Tpr. Fraser, Ivan Leonard, 11/638, Tpr. Hyslop. Angus. M'Donald, 11/285, Tpr. M'Kinley, Walter, 11/799, Tpr. N.Z. FIELD ARTILLERY. Milne, James Howitt, 2/905, Gnr. WELLINGTON BATTALION. Allen, John, 10/1716, Pte. Goodall, Alex. White, 10/2160, Pte. King, Francis, 10/1273, Pte. Whittaker, Oliver, 10/545, Pte. Pilkinton, Ullett, 10/1952, Pte. OTAGO BATTALION. Evans, Robert Francis, 8/1464, Pie. AUSTRALIAN LIST (By Telegraph —Press Association.— Oopyrft ■?*.) SYDNEY, 7th October. The 87th and 88th Dardanelles lists show :—: — Killed in action : Twelve men including Pte. J. A. Mac Donald, of New Zeal land. Died of wounds : Forty-four. Wounded : Eight officers and 144 men, including Ptes. C. Hargraves, E. A. Cook, G. M'Grath, N. P. Doherty (disembarked at Malta), and Pte. J. Chisholm, of New Zealand. 11l : Twenty officers and 467 men, including Sergts/ G.< H. Tonge, W. C. Lines, Ptes. W. Rogers, R. MacGregor, G. A. Crutchfield, P Tait, E. E. Stainte,ford (disembarked at Malta), L.-Cpl. G. E. H. Woods, Dvr. H. T. Dudley, Ptes. B. W. J. Herbert, H. D. Finnerty, and J. D. Hangy (in hospital in London), of New Zealand. Missing : Ninety-four, including Ptes. P. H. Munro and H. D. Howlett, of New Zealand. Colonel Ryrie, commanding the Australian Light Horse in the Dardanelles, has been wounded in the neck. His condition is not serious. Nulla Roberts, a well-known Rugby Union three-quarter, has been killed in action. He several times played against the New Zealanders.

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ROLL OF HONOUR, Evening Post, Volume XC, Issue XC, 7 October 1915

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ROLL OF HONOUR Evening Post, Volume XC, Issue XC, 7 October 1915