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A hospital and progress report issued at noon to-day stated : — DISEMBARKED MALTA FROM HOSPITAL SHIP. Otago Mounted Rifles.

Shand, E. T., 9/2027, 2nd Lieut. (D. T. Shand, Wyllie's Crossing, Taieri, father) ; 12th September, 1916, wounded N.Z. GENERAL HOSPITAL, BrtOCKENHURST. \ New Zealand Artillery. Bennett, H., 2/2575, Gun. (Mi's. T. Bennett, Opotiki, mother); ser. ill, appendicitis New Zealand Rifle Brigade. Nicholson, N., 26/127, Rflmn. (Miss A. Nicholson, Kyneton, Victoria, sister); ser. ill

WALTON-ON-THAMES HOSPITAL. Removed from Seriously 111 List. Auckland Battalion. Riddell, A., 12/1779 (Mrs. A. M'Lachlan, Glasgow, Scotland, mother) Wellington Battalion. s ■ Riddell, C, 10/29, Cpl. (Mrs. M. Rid- • deli, Musselburgh, Scotland) New Zealand Rifle Brigade. Reynolds, W. P., 24/263, Rflmn. (P. • Reynolds, Christchurch, father) New Zealand Army^ Service Corps. Clark, P., 5/157 (A. Clark, Berkeley, California) . New Zealand Medical Corps. Beauchamp, M. F. D., 3/1143 {Mrs. A. Beauchamp, Wanganui East, Wanganui, mother) s Previously Reported Dangerously 111, Now Reported Seriously 111. Wellington Battalion. Seutham, W. F.l 10/8 (A. Southam, Upper Norwood, London, S.E., father) * New Zealand Rifle Brigade. Clark, J., 23/1590, L.-Cpl. (Miss I. ClarS, Coogee. Sydney, sister) HOSPITAL NOT STATED. New Zealand Medical Corps. Clarke, P. J., 3/1827 (Mrs. M. Clarke, Ponsonby, SBckland, mother) ; pleurisy, condition improving

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SICK AND WOUNDED, Evening Post, Volume XCII, Issue 67, 16 September 1916

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