Mr and Mrs Johnstone, Mile Road, have received a cable to say that their youngest son, Clarence Johnston, had been killed in action on September 28. The lad Lnnsdown, who was injured on the Riccn.rton training track on Saturday afternoon in a collision between two horses, still lies in an unconscious state at the Christchurch Hospital. The other lad, Watterson, is improving steadily. The flag at the Addington yards was down ar. half-mast to-day out of respect for the memory of Sergeant Percy J, Lowe, son of Mr John Lowe, long associated with the metropolitan market, who was killed at the front a few days ago The Rev Dr G. H. Lawrence, field -cm etavy for the Now Zealand Y.M, (.‘.A., ha-, arrived from London, and passed through In the south to-day.
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Star, Star, Issue 12450, 16 October 1918
Star Star, Issue 12450, 16 October 1918
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