THE SAMOAN CARRISON.
Advice received from Colonel Logan, th:: otlicer commanding the troops at Samoa, has the following to pay regarding the health of the men : The health of the troop.s is good. Artillery Trumpeter F A. Turner is snfforii -g from dengue ; Gunnor B. Doyley, debility. Auckland .Regiment—Lieutenant Tole, abscess; Privates 11. Davidson, cellulitis: H. N. Cowlin. throat trouble; 'J'. E. Peeke, (h-ugiie ; G. C. Hay, tonsilitis. Railway En.ginoeri;— -Sappers S. Knight, septic elbow; G. Kecble. malaria; Sorgeant N. Al. Mathesun. carbuncle; Quarternia.ster W. Wilson, dengue : Sapper G. 11. Tongue, dengue ; H. Phillips, hernia; D. P. Durke. ti-nsilit's. Wellington J'«-giment—Lieutonant-ca'loncl C. H. Turner. fractured leg; Sergeant J. 0. I). Hopkirk, dengue; Corporal R. M. Watson, tonsiiitis; Privates H. Stubho, dengue; E. L. Kelly, jaundice : Lance-corporal H. Eolev. (ivscntriv. Armv 'Service Corps— Private j. W. .Juggins, 'debility. .Medical Corps Prvate D. A. Hoiiore, dengue. .Afach'ttc (itin—Gnnnor li. ,L W. (derke, <i..n/tiie. All doing well.
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THE SAMOAN CARRISON., Evening Star, Issue 15685, 26 December 1914
THE SAMOAN CARRISON. Evening Star, Issue 15685, 26 December 1914
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