AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS
24 FEBRUARY 1916
These are extracts from the Auckland Weekly News magazines and have been extracted with permission.
EARLES, Corporal, wounded, prisoner in Turkey, one of the few survivors of the attack on Sari Bair in August. He says he is well and that the New Zealand lads would like some money sent from Mr Massey & Mr Allen (Minister of Defence).
AUSTRALIAN CASUALTIES (New Zealanders serving with Australian troops)
CARSON, Pte H W ill; CHISHOLM, Staff Sgt A (at Devonport); CONN, Capt J convalescent; CRUICKSHANK, Driver H returned to duty; GALLAGHER, Pte M V ill; GORE, Pte W H hospital London; GUTHRIE, Staff Nurse C M (at Heliopolis); HANNET, Pte E G ill; HENDERSON, R L R hospital London; HICKSON, Cpl H J returned to duty; LIDDLE, Pte J R returned to duty; MOLLARD, Pte C L returned to duty; SCOTT, Cpl C J ill; SCOTT, Gnr M ill; TEYNISH, Pte R hospital Cairo; TURMAN, Chaplain F de M returned to duty; WILLIAMS, Pte G A ill; WOODHOUSE, Sgt R ill.
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