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FIVE MORE MEN SUCCUMB TO WOUNDS; RECORD OF i KILLED AND INJURED TOTALS 513. . ■■•..'.•.'.'j , ' ' ».'• The list of casualties in the New Zealand expeditionary force issued by the Defence Department to-day showed that five men have died from wounds, and one officer and 39 men have been wounded. The previous reports of casualties have been announced in eight lists, and to-day's, the ninth, raised the total casualties in action to 513, comprising 11 officers and 10 men killed in action or died of wounds, and 24 officers and 468 men wounded. These losses have been distributed among the various units of the Infantry Brigade as follows:— ' Officers. N.0.0.'s and Men. Killed. Wounded. Killed. Wounded. Auckland Infantry ... 5 10 4 .160 Wellington Infantry ... 2 ' 6 2 120 Canterbury Infantry ;.. 3 5 1 66 Otago Infantry ... ... 13 3 106 Field Artillery ... *.„ ■— — — 5 Field Engineers ... ... — — ,<— 7 Signalling Service .... ... •— — — 1 Field Ambulance ... ... — — — 3 11 24 10 468 DIED OF WOUNDS. Private David Shaw Baillie, Auckland Infantry Battalion. Next of kin: Mrs. A. Baillie,. Dargaville (mother).

Private Christopher Harold Boyce, Auckland Infantry Battalion. Next of kin: Charles Boyce, Cambridge (father).

Private Frederick William Hardell, Auckland Infantry Battalion. Next of kin; John William Mardell, Grey Street East, Onehunga (father). Private Howard Newton, Wellington Infantry Battalion. Next of kin: Mrs. L. Wise, Wairasa Road, Nelson (mother). Reported yesterday to have been wounded.

Private James Piper, Ote|o Infantry Battalion. Next of kin; Michael Piper, 464, Cumberland Streeii, Dunedin-(father).

Private Christopher Harold Boyce, who was the fourth son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boyce, of Arundel, Cambridge, was a member of the third reinforcement contingent, which sailed, from New Zealand on February 14. He was born in Cambridge, and was 22 years of age. He was in the service of the Borough Council aj assistant-clerk until about four years ago, when he accepted a clerical appointment at Palmerston North. He subsequently returned to Cambridge as secretary and accountant to the Waikato Publishing Company. He resigned that position to offer himself for military service.

-. Private- Frederick William Mardell was the son of Mr. John Mardell, of Grey Street East. Onehungal ;.. He was bom at Mangonui, and was 19 years old.' As a youth his father saw service in the Dardanelles in the Russo-Turkish war, having served on the Alexandra, the flagship of the Mediterranean squadron; iintiljlnvalided with an injured leg. He was at first reluctant to s;y: allow his son to; enlist, ,as.-he was so young, but when the latter reminded him of ■ his own % eagerness to; volunteer ho gave his permission, and Private Mardell joined the third reinforcement contingent. ' -

.;..-. Private David. Shaw Baillie was a member of the 15th,~ North Auckland, .; _',; Company, in the main force.' He was 21 years of age, and unmarried. Before > : j joining the force he was employed as a sailor. ' ; J • ,"'■■'• ' '

Private ; Howard v Newton— mother, Mrs. L. Wise, resides in ;. Waimea Road, Nelson—went ';away; with the Wellington Battalion. 'h He' was a pupil Nelson College from 1906 ,to 1908, ■ and while there distinguished himself as. an athlete, one of his feats being to establish ■ a school record long juani, which stood for a long time as a school record for Australasia. ; He was alio a. fine footballer, being a member of the senior college fifteen, and playing ?: in inter-collegiate matches. Ha went to the North Island >on leaving the college. He had been employed engineer in the Public Works Department' before going to the war. : ' f'. Private Piper was born at Weston, near Oamaru, and was about 30 years of age. He was engaged in labouring work in 'Dunediri before enlisting. He was a single man. • < • v •- ' * ~~" } ;: A Melbourne press me'ssage states that the relatives of Private A. J. Willis who is included in the list killed, reside in New Zealand. ' -.-*"-. ' W^'FW/^-F- * 'i-':C^r^ ■-'":•-vv■• >¥^-■"..■•■■'■ :\ .■>';. ,| OFFICERS . AND MEN WOUNDED. ';'•■■' -:.y"'-}■;. ,v- '."■:*;:"• -?■ :y.i\.i-:<' ••.:.'• V*:' ! .--■'.•■■"■"■:■,: ■ .;•.':"s "'■'•■??'. .'..■ ''■"'■ AUCKLAND , INFANTRY BATTALION. Private Michael Coulter, Next of kin: Mrs. John Coulter, Otautau, Southland, (mother). , : r - , ~'',. Private Lawrence William Beaton. Next of kin: Lewis Beaton, 22, Desborourii Read, Eastleigh, s Hampshire (father). ' - . Corporal Gnrald John Lane. Next of kin: D. Lane, Rawene, Hokianga (father). Private Alfred John Law. \ Next of kin: J. Law, .Gordonton, Waikato (father)'. Private Phillip McLean. . Next of kin: Mrs. Kate Hawkin, Mangapehi. Private Lawrence Quirk." Next of kin: Norma Quirk, 78, Cook Street, Auckland •; (mother). - ■'*'.' ' '■ *",' X ■ •"-'-.' ; .•■'■"■ ■;

■' •Private George Harold Not. of kin: Miss E. Riley, Church Road. •-•; Epsom. ',-,.'.-;.;■:■- .-./*. .-; '_.-. $* -,-■;• ""•*' ■■'• ■'.- ' r ■«\ ■" ■ ' \ Private Herbert Sing.' Next of kin: '.Mm. J. Smith, 1, Browning' Street, Grey ;'■• • Lynn (mother)/. Reported yesterday as Private A. Sing. ■•' Private Victor Eadia Somnerville. > Next of kin: R..Sommerville, Rose Road ~ Grey Lynn (father). -?-. •..,.. * ■. ' . Private.ffnd. Wilbteed. Next of kin: - Willsteed, Seddon -Terrace, Otautau. ■■■, :■■ ! ..."

WELUH&ION IHI-AHTEY BATTALION. .■"''• Private Hartley Beaumont. Next of kin: Mrs. Jessie Beaumont, Hastings. Private Richard Dryden. Next of kin: Mrs. Dryden, 42, Pacific Street, Dunedin Lance-Corporal Albert William Ledbrook. * Next of kin: Wiliam Henrv ' Led • brook, Lower Hutt. ' ' ' . »"/**»• Private John Petrie. f Nest of kin: John Pelrie > jeweller, Stratford. Private James Shanahan. Next of kin: James Shanahan, Papanui Hotel -.;•■•• Chrtstchurcrj, ": r "- . ' . Corporal James Thorp. Next of kin: John Thorp, 59, Victoria Avenue ~ Wanganui. <.'.,. ' . '

Private Edward Wilkes. Next of kin: Mrs. A. Wilkes, Wakarara near Wai pawa (mother). . ' ■ ai

CANTERBURY INFANTRY BATTALION. Major Albert Edward Loach, 13th, North Canterbury and WesU ß „d Regiment second p command of the Canterbury Infantry Battalion Next i t,„ Thomas Edward Loach, Papanui Road, Chriatchurch. The officer elm n mandmg the battalion, Lieutenant.Colonel Douglas Mcßean Stewart Z •s'£££&* "*- operations ' the *" * h » ** ■"MS^JL? of kin: Thoraas HiUon > **- "** m Mr^™K 66ll, NeXt ° f kin: a - Green ' * »** *»* «* '-trrftthlS V,,UM " ** ° f *« MiM E * * ViUiers,

OTAOO INFANTRY BATTALION. ™7J$! BaU9y ' Next,of kin: A ' m ' m Singer strcet ' Pittsbu^' Private Randal Borthwiclr Browne. Next of kin: Boris Temple Browne Kaitoke Private Walter Herbert Cameron. Next of kin: D - c -' Cameron, 27, Manor Place, Dunedin (father). ' ' nor priv^SUS **■ N " 1 of kin: Mrß - mM ** *—* i P ' ,V^ ° f Kn: Mrß " J - H " ™> «erland tace-aorpor.l John Alexander Grant. Next of kin: John Grant 120 v Sliest, InvercargUl (father). ' ™ *» SPrlvatevQeraldvQieen. ** of Inn- *** °~. <W R()ad , Htham , ' ' y R " ad ' mtham > Private WUliam M , eßa: Mangere. " w " . Ne " oi kin: ' Frank Henderson, ™*' High Street,

y Private, Henry Herd. ■.; Next of kin: Mrs, A. Herd, 53, Liverpool Street, Canning Town, London (mother). '.'>', '. ':"] - Private Arthur Gordon Johnston. Next of kin: Mr. A. Johnston, Hobson Bay . Road, Parnell (father). *'; <A , ~ , Private Herman Sidney Larkins. • . Nest of . kin: Miss ' Mabel Lark™, * 273* , '... Cumberland Street, Dunedin (sister). '- ... . * •.. ;; / Privet* Denis Lawlor. 1 , Next of kin: Miss Mary Lawlor, Temuka. .. , Private Bobert James McOall. Next of kin-. J. W. McCall, Worser Bay, Wellington (father). ''■:• V"' ' Private William Charles North. 'Next of kin* Mrs. Annie North, 2, Davicl Street, Kaikorai, Dunedin. ' Private John Ralnham. Next of kin: John Rainhara, care Drainage Board, Dunedin (father). Private David Ritchie. Next of kin: Thomas Ritchie, Locomotive Department, Railways, Invercargill (father). Private Noble Alexander Wilson. Next of kin: Mr. John Wilson, Pitt Street, Wadestown, Wellington (father). HOWITZER BATTERY. Gunner Henry Charles Crawford. Next of kin: J. H. Crawford, linesman, Pahiatua (father). -, FIELD ARTILLERY. Gunner Edward Or/and Jones. Next of kin: Mrs. J. 0. Jones, 9, Brunswick Street, Auckland.

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NINTH LIST OF CASUALTIES IN DOMINION FORGE. New Zealand Herald, Volume LII, Issue 15912, 8 May 1915

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