M'QUAY RETURNING Arrangements aro being mado by tho Government to li.ivo George Thomas M'Quay, tho New Zealand soldier inmato of Callan Park Hospital, Sydney, whoso identity has remained a mystery since ho was found wandering about in mi Australian uniform in London in 1918, brought to tho Dominion for treatment. The Minister of Defence (tho Hon. l<\ J. Kolleston) stated yesterday afternoon that tho Government had considered M'Quay's case, and as there appeared to bo no doubt as to the identification,' it had agreed to accept him for treatment as a war service patient. Accordingly arrangements had been made with the Commonwealth Government for his return lo New Zealand at an early date. Mrs. M'Quay, of Orlando street, Stratford, mother of M'Quay, left for Australia yesterday afternoon by the Maunganui to bring her son back, and before sailing expressed her pleasure with what the Government had done and intended doing. j
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IDENTIFIED SOLDIER, Evening Post, Volume CV, Issue 99, 28 April 1928
IDENTIFIED SOLDIER Evening Post, Volume CV, Issue 99, 28 April 1928
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