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(Per Press Association.) WELLINGTON, May 28. KILLED IN ACTION. The following are reported killed in action. (Entrenching Battalion): Private W.« E. Ramsay, Scotland. Corporal E. J. Webb, Wellington. Private J. A. Harrison, Stratford. Corporal p. Amos, Aramoho. Private G, A. Petch, Wellington. Private S. N. Popple, Wellington. Private P. J. Kinniard, Wangaehu. Private T. McCaughern,, Feilding. Private L. G. Eyre, New Plymouth. DIED OF WOUNDS, \ ■ The following reported died of wounds:— Gunner T. J. Falvey, Napier. J. A. Wareham (rank not cabled), Wellington. I DIED OF SICKNESS. | The following reported died of sickness:— Private W. Frederick, Marton. WOUNDED. | The following are reported wounded:—

Pvt. S, W. Dudson, Foxton; Pvt. E. W. Garmonsway, Hawera; Pvt. G. Heenen, Dannievirke; Sergt. T. G. V. Hincksman, Wales; Pvt. A. Illston, Rangitikei; Pvt. J. A. Ramsay, Hastings; Pvt. A. Skillen, Gisborne; Sergt. A. C McCutcheoa, Pakowhai.

The following reported wounded admitted to hospital:—

Rifleman A. D. Barns, Stratford.

HOSPITAL AND PROGRESS REPORT, (Wellington Military, District.) (All Privates unless otherwise stated.) Dangerously ill.—R. Akena, Kahukura;' M. J. Biggen, Wellington; A. Cole, Palmerston North; W. Johns, Wellington; S. .E, Tutt, Wadestown; C. H. Peacock, Eltham; R. W. Wilson, Wellington. Still dangerously ill.—A, E. White, Ormond. Removed from dangerously ill list.—h. J. Marshall, Castlecliff.

Seriously ill. —W. Dudley, Wellington; H. G. Hill, Napier South; W. C. Sparling, Hastings.

Still seriously ill.—W. Sargeant, Pahiatua; W. B. Smith, Otaki. ;

Still, seriously, improving.—C. E Gamble, Havelock North.

Removed firom seriously ill list. — Sergt. M. w. Beattie, Pihania; M. P. Ford, Makahi.

Not reported as severe cases. — Captain H. Wilson, Gonville; Corporal P. Anderson, Mauriceville; P. B. Christie, Feilding; L. G.awler, Palmerston N.; P. Ferguson, Port Ahuriri; H. J. Hambling, Palmerston North; L/ Corporal J. vl. Hamilton, Gisborne; L/SergeantxC. H. Hodgins, Tane; O. Holland, Mafcuri; C. H. Jacobs, Wellington; J. F. Lawler Petone; C. I. Leigh, Turakin^; E S. Lloyd, Wellington; J. McDonald, Wanganui; J. M. Martin, Palmerston North; G. H. Norris, Gisborne; W. H. Rogers, Tarurutangi: S' F Scott, almerston North; P. J. Semple,. .^Kaiterataki: A. Skillen, Gisborne; D. A. Steer, Stratford; H. J Taylor, Napier; T. R. Power, Mauriceville; G. A. Underwood, Raetihi; Sergeant E. W. Woodhouse, Plimmerton; J. Young, New Plymouth.

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N.Z. CASUALTIES. Wanganui Chronicle, Volume LXVI, Issue 17300, 29 May 1918

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