FOR KING AND COUNTRY.
RIFLEMAN E. J. BLAKE. Advice lias been received that Riflemail E. J. Blake has been wounded and gassed at the front. Rifleman Blake is the only son of Mr and Airs Blake, 58, Falsgravo Street,, Christchurch, and is twenty-one years of age. Ho was bom
at Templeton, and received his_ education at the Templeton and Waltham Schools. Prior to enlistment with the Rifle Brigade two years ago. Rifleman Blake, was in the employ of the Central Dairy Company. PRIVATE G. ANDREWS. Private George Andrews, reported wounded severely in the hack on October 10, is a son of Mr and Mrs .TAndrews, of Hall Street, Hokitika, and
is thirty-six ypars of age. Prior to pnlistnicnt wit-h the Twenty-fourth Reinforcements. Private Andrews was engaged in clerical work. RIFLEMAN A. MUM FOB D. Advice 11: is been received that Rifleman Alfred .Mumford has died of wounds received in artion on the western front. Rifleman Mum ford, who was twenty-eight years of ngp. received his education at the Sydenham School, and
previous to pnlistmpnt with the Twen-ty-fourth Reinforcements was in the employ of the Crown Brewery. He was a member of the Sydenham Hockey Club, and was formerly associated with the Sydenham Rifles. ' Deceased leaves a widow and child.
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FOR KING AND COUNTRY., Star, Issue 12155, 5 November 1917
FOR KING AND COUNTRY. Star, Issue 12155, 5 November 1917
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