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! TO-DAY'S PROGRESS REPORT. ' A Hospital and Progress Report-issued at noon to-day stated : — Embarked for England. OTAGO MOUNTED RIFLES. Shan., E. T., 9/2027, 2nd Lieut (D. T Shand, Wyllie's Grossing, Taieri, f.) In 26th General Hospital, Etaples. OTAGO BATTALION. O'Leary, L. A., 8/3725, Cpl. (D. P. O'Leary, Auck., f.) ; clang ill, woundrs M'Callum, A.. 8/4185 (Mrs A. Baxtea-, S. Dunedin, aunt) ; ser. ill, wounds N.Z. Rifle Brigade. M'Phail, W. A., 24/2053 (Mrs. Wj A. M'Phail, 86, Aro-st., Wgtn., w.) Canterbury Battalion. Stewart, S. D., 6/4155, L.-Cpl. (B. G. Stewart, Lyttelton, *.") St. John's Hospital, Etaples. Canterbury Mounted Rifles Darling, P J., 7/1063 (Mrs. E. Darling, Chch, iv.) ; ser ill, wounds St. John's Hospital, Etaples. Canterbury Battalion.' Stove,. J. X., 6/2766 (D. Stove, Kaikoura, f.); dang, ill, wounds | 16th Gen. Hosp., Le Treport, i Auckland Battalion. Seriously 111, Wounds. Boler, A., 12/4138 (Mrs. J. S. Boler, Rata-st., New Lynn, m.) Canterbury Battalion. M'lver, R. C, 6/4106 (Mds. R, M'J\.er, Waikaia, m.) Nugent, A. L. 6/3416 (Mrs. M. Nugent, Richmond, Melbourne, m.) Walton-on-Tbames Hospital. Auckland Battalion. Dangerously 111, -Wounds. Yaag, A. ; 12/3521 (W H. Yaag, Auck., b.) / New Zealand Rifle Brigade. M'Gill, J. R,, 24/2533 ,(T. M'Gill, Ellosmere Station, Canterbury, b.) Otago Battalion. Seriously 111, Wounds. Paul, H., 8/3728 (Mrs. M. Paul, Omakau, Otago, m.) Pedofsky, A., 8/84 (J. Pedofsky, Allanton, f.) Ralston, F. S., 22858 (Mrs. A. I. Ralston, Marangai, Wanganui,, w.) New Zealand Rifle Brigade. Harris, H.,' 25/1758 (11. Harris, Essex, Eng., f.) M'Quilton, 1., 23/1758 (Mrs. S. M'Quilton, Troon, Ayrshire, m.) N.Z. Gen. Hosp., Brockenhurst. Otago Mounted Rifles. Dangerously 111, Wounds. Low, A." F., 9/2083 (Miss A. N. ho^, Waitakuna, Southland, s,j Auckland Battalion. Woodward, W. A., 1,2/3878 (W. Woodward, Sedgeley, Eng., f.) Canterbury Battalion. Sheppard, A. E., 6/2268 (J. Sheppard, Woodend, Canterbury, f.) New' Zealand Rifle Brigade. Northover, L. N., 25/133 (J. Northover, Eltham) Auckland Battalion. Seriously 111, Wounds. Downing, J., 12/4527 (Mrs. K. Downing, Port Ahuri-i, in.) Wellington Battalion. Thompson, A. V., IC/3106 (A. E. Thompson, Birkenhead, Auck.. b.) Canterbury Battalion. Chase, S., 6/4594 (Mrs. M. Chase, Takapau, H.B-, ni.) Evans, D. J., 6/2610 (Louisa Thomas,Bristol, s.) Otago Battalion. Coulter, A., 8/1220 (Mrs. M. Coulter, Otautau, Southland, m.)

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SICK AND WOUNDED Evening Post, Volume XCII, Issue 82, 4 October 1916

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