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NEW ZEALAND'S ROLL OF HONOUR.

SEVEN NEW CASUALTIES REPORTED. OFFICIAL TOTAL TO MONDAY'S LIST, 8156. The 267 th casualty list, issued by the Defence Department, and fire llated by the Press Association yesterday, contained details of seven new casualties. Two men—one in Canterbury Mounted Rifles, and one m the Otago Infantry— were killed in action; three- one each in the Artillery, Canterbury and Otago Infantry— of disease ; one, in the Otago Infantry, died as the result of accident; and one, in the Rifle Brigade, was wounded. A return issued by the Defence Department yesterday shows that up to and including the list published on January 177 the total number of casualties reported was 5156, made up as follows: — Officers. Men. Total. Killed in action ... ... b7 1052 1110 Died of wounds -J.'! .V 27 ;,,-,n Died of disease ... ... 0 271 280 Died, cause unknown ... .- 22 Drowned 10 22 V> Missing 21 63-1 6:-3 Prisoners of war ... ... — 22 22 Wounded ~, ~, _ 215 5281 5496 Totals ... _ „ 345 7811 8156 KILLED IN ACTION. Charles Percy Dorman, Canterbury M.R., December 18—A. Dorman, Riverview, Fajrlie. Canterbury (father). Albert. John James, Otago 1., December Mrs. H. A. Brown, 550, Hills Road, Marshlands, Christehurch (mother). DIED OF DISEASE. James Gordon Collie, Artillery, paratyphoid, at X.Z. General Hospital, Alexandria, January —J. L. Collie, Te Kawhia, Xgaruawahia, James Haray, Canterbury 1., pneumonia, at Malta, January 15— Mrs. F. Smith, Tasmania (mother*. Horace Braithwaite, Otago 1., at Dunedin Hospital. January 15—Joseph Braithwaite, St. Clair, Dunedin (father). KILLED THROUGH ACCIDENT. Frederick James Randall, Otago 1., fractured skull, at 2nd Australian General Hospital. Cairo, January 1-!, result of tram accident—M. Randall, Staines, England. WOUNDED. David M. Thomson, Rifle Brigade, slightly, December 25, still doing duty— E. L. Thomson, care Mrs. Butler, 544, Devon Street, New Plymouth.

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NEW ZEALAND'S ROLL OF HONOUR., New Zealand Herald, Volume LIII, Issue 16130, 19 January 1916

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NEW ZEALAND'S ROLL OF HONOUR. New Zealand Herald, Volume LIII, Issue 16130, 19 January 1916

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