ROLL OF HONOUR.
+ Private T. L. Hazleton (died of wounds), was a son of Mr J. Ha-zleton. of Waimate. He was a very fine athlete, boxer, weight-lifter, etc., was one of the leading pupils at Mr F. A. Hornibrook's Physical Culture School, the open championship of which he annexed in 1911 and 1913. He also secured third place in the New Zealand physical culture championship. He was about twenty-eight years of age, and was employed at Baliantyne's for many years, though at the time he enlisted, with one of the earlier reinforcements, he was acting as warder at Lyttelton. Private Hazleton had been wounded on a previous occasion. Trooper P. J. Darling (seriously wounded) is tho eldest son of Mrs E. Darling, 37, Essex Street, Linwood, and went away with the Canterbury draft of the Sixth Reinforcements. He was educated at the Marist Brothers' School, and at the time of enlistment was employed by tho Briscoe Tiling Company, which firm he had served for about eight years. Private Albert Henry Clarke, whose namo appears among the killed, was born at Upper Riccarton, on April 2(3. 1892, and was educated at Upper Riccarton. On leaving school he joined lm father at the stud farm of Mr J. B. Reid at Conawio. Later ho took charge of Sir George Clifford's station, and later went to Elderslie, where he entered the employment- of Mr .T. B. Reid, remaining there until he enlisted. He joined the Otago Battalion of the Main Body. Private Clarke received a slight wound on August o, but was able to rejoin tho colours in a few weeks. At the time of his death he was a member of the Machine-gun Corps. A younger brother is with the Twelfth Reinforcements.
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ROLL OF HONOUR., Star, Issue 11819, 3 October 1916
ROLL OF HONOUR. Star, Issue 11819, 3 October 1916
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