TO DAY'S LIST.
v^DftD OF WOUNDS.
Otago;fiattalioh-^-Pvtev'W A; -McNeil. •'.^r.'Y_-^ofuNt)E^ Otago yijattaJiow ; -Pv£ee. A. McKay* :A>. SOTiewß. XV. S/ Phillips, Ji SimpsMy^ ." / . '-■■
OUgbjMbhnted; Riije&— •■sfr^P v jV. H.. Clarke. AdmM>ls- t<>. Canadian Hdspital, TapiOvy, Btt9|ijnghamshire^r-* i •**..'• v "•"'*'. N.Z.' 1 -Ye^rinary Cdrps : Pvte. „f. H. RfcunniiJg.' <| WQ^^DE-b ARRIVED. AT LONDON. Wellington Mounted Rifles:. Trprs. J. R^wbh G. E: Ne^Whds. Otago VMbunted Rifles : Trju\ S. G. Dewar. , '
Auckland Battalion : Pvte. J. B. ,Penk. Wellington Mounted Rifles.: Trpr. T, W Murphy. N.Z. Field Artillery : Gunner J. B, Wilby.
Auckland Rattalion : Pvte. W. S. Bl^ckie, W. S. Graham, l'vte ti. Tipping. Wellington Battalion: Pvte. F. .1, Foster.
Canterbury Battalion : Pvte. T. G, Mold.*
Otago Battalion : Pvtes. J. Thomas anc A. J. Willocks.
SLIGHTLY wounded. Disembarked at Malta : — N.Z. Engineers •. Sapper J. Houston^^. Canterbury Battalion •. 'PvteT'C. A.^et _ley. Canterbury '"Mounted Rifles: Trpr. P. M. Luisetti.
Wellington Mounted Rifles : Trpr. M. .1 Brosnahan.
Wellington' Battalion -. Pvte. S. Fenton Auckland Battalion : Pvte. G. A. Maun sell.
WeilhYgton Battalion : Pvte. W. F. ' Miller. Auckland Battalion : Pvte. F. W. Bu'llott.
IN EGYPTIAN HOSPITAL
The following have been admitted to the *"' !21st.,C«iieral Hospital, Alexandria:— Canterbury, Battalion — Gunshot wounds : Corporal J. S. Royce, Pvte.J. R. Frickleton, JPvte. V; ti. Lee.
(Special to Herald.}
CHRISTCHURCH, this- day
Sergt. Albert "Jofe€!ph Downing (Wei-, liugtdft Battalion),- who is repotted td have been killed, was abqttt 28'yeafs of age, 1 and the eldest son of Mi* aiid Mrs John DoWjilrig, Napiei\ He was borri vi Port Ahuriri, and edu&tted at the, Mar ist Brothers' school.. For a timo lie fdllowed farming 'pursuits, "brit returning to Napier he took service "Messrs Rarry Bros, carriers and coal merchant^; land had been witli them- off aiid on ever ifeiiice. Quick in' aft things he Ctfuld.haVe risen high' oii- -'the' clerical staff of the firm, butindoo-J life had no attractions for him, arid he preferred to remain a carter. As a footballer "Doolan,' to give ihini'th'e mXihe fid wiis fiJniifiafly kriovvn lbs, was one of 'the b.est. if ftotthe best,---i forward 6f ; his time.' ' His introduction to' the Rugby -world outside Napier came : about through the, institution by the Ne>f JSe&iana- Urii^i of touring teams selected fittfn the' Smaller unions tjiroughOlit both inlands, he being infcluded iii the- North Island team oh two occasions. Riglit throughout 'N^v Zealand liis Wbrth -was acclaifhed, and his inclusion ifi the teams which recently toured , Cali : fornia '■ and Australia, and ih which lie gained further; fame, 'was a foregone coiiclusioii. tie Was also a North Island, Hawke's Ef&y', and Auckland r'epresehtStite. Iti Ndjpier kwd Au6td&nd lie pla-yed* for the Mdrfet Brothers'' Club! He was a magnifident speCihlfeii' bt manhdod. and' his -happy disposition made liim hosts of f righds. To kridW him wtis tb; like Sim;- and his death, though m _- iidble' tatise:* Will be/ keenly regretted by his many it tends and admirers oiit the Dominion. :
Private V. J. Nicholson (Wellington Battalion), whose name appeared m yesterday's list of wounded, left Gisborno with the Third' Riiiffdicrfhohts.
Mr F. Gardner. Valley road, Mangapapa, leceived advice • fast night, that hi«* son, Sapper. Herbert Gardner, was now removed froM'tlitf. dangerously ill list. Sapper Gardner Wag l-eiilirted dangerously ill a -'mbliith ago with ty|>-hcid-^at Cairo -hospitiil. ■' Private iWireifin Tiihiwai, who has disembarked' ht Mhlta, *%5-lightlv : -\fourided.'f'ftr'fe Tg»i TuhiWai.Ulf "J'qla^a Bay. He enlisted at Gisborne. Private I T. Hekieia, wounded, also left Gisborne with the Maori contingent, lie was Residing at 'Muilwai, anil was better known as Hiki Martell. Private C A. EtlribJ; (Wellington Battalion) ■• reported iii tb-d^V's 'list '"as" inisSlng,'Was a Gisborhe Uiefeibfer of tlie fifth reinf brcements. 'He i^ a ' c'biisin ■of Mr J: Ci Fleldj -'.and is about _«l : yeais of a"ge. About thtfetj y<Sars* d^ti he cilhie oiit fiom tibrilb to l^&rn slieeiJ farining. H_ is an Oxf^d fettifl^ntj aiid- 'ills' father 'is' rector at Grimston, England. By last instil Mr Field' rl ; teived ; it post card, dated July from Zeitoun Camp, Cairo, which stHtetl : "We ' are here m cahip for a few days before wo go to thfe front."- .
t Private Ray Erefenlain, (Wellington Battalion)^ reported missing, is a son of Mr Freeman^ of OpoUtama. He enlisted at Gisborne with- the fifth reinforcements. - j " ■ Private R. 'Galloway (Wellington Battalion), reported - iriissiiig, is a ; Bon* Hi Mr anil Mrs T. Galloway ,. Ornibud toad. He went 'Vrith; t„e'. fifth reiiiforceihents, iiaviilg , enlisted from . Ojioutaiha,, M\6i'e he -ft-as*- Worl&i^^oh 4tr : Ji 1 Bowen' s stdtidh; ■ : ■"" ' V '
'Private C. Mitchell, whose name was contained m yesterday's casualty lifet, is not a brother of R. Mitchell, of Whitaker fctrefet, Oisborne, no word having bßen rfeceived from the De,feiitb.
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TO DAY'S LIST., Poverty Bay Herald, Volume XLII, Issue 13786, 11 September 1915
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