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DARDANELLES CASUALTIES. CORPORAL JOHN EVANS. Corporal John Evans, of the C.Y.C. Squadron of the Canterbury Mounted Regiment, who has been reported as missing, is a son of Mrs Alfred Evans, of Cashmere Hills, and is 21 years old. He was educated at the

Cashmere Hills School and then at the Christchurch Boys' High School. Until he enlisted he was working at Booth, Macdonald, & Co.'s foundry, with a view to becoming , a marine engineer. Corporal Evans was one of the first to enlist. s TROOPER ETT H. SENIOR. Trooper Edwin A. H. Senior, Canterbury Mounted Regiment, who has died of wounds, was the eldest son of Mr Arthur Senior, of Redcliffs, and was 23 years old. He was educated at the Sumner Borough School and at the Ashburton High School. He passed the junior and senior Civil Service examinations, and entered

the Lands and Survey Department. After three years in that department he resigned to join the staff of Davies & Co., surveyors, with, whom lie remained until he enlisted in the Main Expeditionary Force. He was a very enthusiastic member of the Christchurch Sailing Club, and owned the yacht Mona. He was also a member of the Sumner Football Club and the Sumner Cricket Club. He was a very popular young man.

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FOR KING AND EMPIRE., Sun, Volume II, Issue 506, 23 September 1915

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FOR KING AND EMPIRE. Sun, Volume II, Issue 506, 23 September 1915

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