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ZEALAND'S ROLL OF HONOUR.

TWELVE ADDITIONAL CASUALTIES.

TOTAL OF 1792 KILLED, MISSING, AND WOUNDED.

•he fifty-fifth casualty list, received at an early hour this morning, added another twelve to the total of casualties to the New Zealand Expeditionary Forces now fighting at the Dardanelles. Four men have been killed in action, three have died of wounds, and four have been wounded. One officer has died of wounds, and another is included among the wounded. The latest list carries the total number Of casualties to 1.-98, and these have been borne by the various units as follows :—

T , .11 . , 41 4 67 " 54 1414 the following casualty list was circulated by the Press Association at an early hour this morning :—

KILLED IN ACTION.

HOWITZER BATTERY.

James Donald Boss, on May 20-Robert Ross, Roslyn, Dunedin (father).

AUCKLAND INFANTS BATTALION.

Boy Wilson Lambert (Sergeant), on May 24-William Lambert, Leamington Road, Mount Eden, Auckland.

CANTERBURY MOUNTED RIFLES.

Philip Hunter, on May 26— G. Hunter, Dannevirke (father). Gibson Low, on May 26—Mrs. Frances Low, Hill Street, ChrUfchurch (mother).

DIED OF WOUNDS.

AUCKLAND MOUNTED RIFLES.

William Crickett, on May 19— Crickett, Cambridge.

CANTERBURY MOUNTED RIFLES.

James Happer, en May 19—Mary Bain Sockbum, Chriatehurch (sister).

CANTERBURY INFANTRY BATTALION.

Lieutenant Arthur Francis Priest— J. S. Priest, Chorlton, Canterbury (father).

DANGEROUSLY ILL.

OTAOO MOUNTED RIFLES.

John McFie— William Owen McFie, Waikouaiti (father).

LIST OF WOUNDED,

Lieutenant Arthur Eric Scott, Olago Mounted Rifles— Arthur Scott, Timaru

(father). Dudley John Baker, Artillery—Mrs. E. 8. Baker, Station Road, Remuera, Auckland.

Jack Brett Home, Engineers— L. Home, 8, Norraanby Street, Musselburgh, Dunedin.

Robert Clyde Davidson (Corporal), Auckland Infantry Battalion—James • Davidson, Kaikoura.

Albert George Rawbone, Auckland Infantry Battalion-Thomas Rawbone, Cardlcy Wood, Birmingham, England (father).

Office"- N.C.O.'s and Men Deaths. Missinc. Wounded. Deaths, Missing. Woundert. Headquarters — 1 2 — — l Auckland Infantry ... 12 — 20 29 — 397 Wellington Infantry ... 6 - || 62 24 310 Canterbury Infantry ... 8 1 12 45 8 254 Otago Infantry 6 2 14 44 _ 329 Auckland M.R. ... 4 __ ] 3 _ 9 . Wellington M.R. ... 3 _ 2 4 __ n Canterbury M.R. _ _ "1 * = _ r Otago M.R. - _ , __ _ J[ Field Artillery .... 1 _ ] 6 _ 9 6 Field Engineers ... 1 _ 3 u } 34 Signal Service — _ 1 o Army Service Corps ...— — __ ] ,q Field Ambulance ... — _ _ 1 __ ,.

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ZEALAND'S ROLL OF HONOUR., New Zealand Herald, Volume LII, Issue 15939, 9 June 1915

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ZEALAND'S ROLL OF HONOUR. New Zealand Herald, Volume LII, Issue 15939, 9 June 1915

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