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DEATH FROM WOUNDS. [Pee United Press Association.] GISBORXE, December 26. Lieutenant lies, who it was reported bad died from wounds, was a son of Mr Walter Ties, of Ngatapa, Gisborne, and formerly of Drnedin. Deceased was 29 years of age. He was a student at Ota go University']" and went Home nine years ;iL f o to complete his medical studies. He secured his diplomas a month ago, and volunteered for service. A CORRECTION. In regard to a, nurse's letter from Flanders, which appeared in our columns on the -9th inst., and in which eh« asked for woollen seeks, woollen e carves, woollen caps, shirts, cardigan coats, a mistake was made in giving the. address. The goods should be addressed to Miss Dormei Maunder, care, of Dr and Mrs James Cantlie. College of Ambulance, 3 Bore street. London, W.

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THE WAR, Issue 15686, 28 December 1914

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THE WAR Issue 15686, 28 December 1914

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