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[Pee United Fbxss Assocutiok.] WELLINGTON", January 4. The fellowig official messa-go has been received from Samoa; — The health of t-he troops is good. In the hospital are: Field Engineers. —Sergeant G. M. Wilford, dengue ; Sapper C S. Martin, tonsilitis. Auckland Regiment.—Private H. M. Cowlin, tonsilitis; H. Davidson, cellulitis of the right leg; T. JL Peek, fever ; C. W. Gawn, knee injury; T. Hartley, dysentery ;A. J. Milg-nen, eye trouble; T. | Eraser, dengue; G. C. P.-. F. Lovell, injured back. Wellington Regiment.—Privates H. Stubbfi and L. Bridge, dengue; H. jla-nuei-a, dislocated right shoulder. Railway Engineers.'—Sapper H. Phillips, hernia. Army Service Corps.—Private H. Rickett, tonsilitis. All are doing well.

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NEW ZEALANDERS AT SAMOA., Issue 15691, 4 January 1915

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NEW ZEALANDERS AT SAMOA. Issue 15691, 4 January 1915

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