LONDON, May 22.
Tho following casualties uro reported among
tho Australian forces :- t
' Killed at Grobelaarrecbt on May 15 : Lieutenant A. A. Forrest, Sergeant Ejurds (f Edwards), Privates Fisher, Frank Puge, F. J. Adams, and John Temple, of llio Mounted Infantry,
Dangerously wounded at Grobelnarrecht: Corporul W. Boiling, Privato H. Black, of tho Mounted Infant^'.
Severely wounded at Grobolaarrecht : Lieu- tenant Stanley Reid, Corporal R. J. Iluncoek, Privates F. Ifennedy, Charles Bissett, W. J. Stevens, W. Nicholas. At R«itkuil : Private J. Facey.
Slightly wounded : Private H. Rule. Missing : Corporal R. Furlong.
Severely wounded at Sneeuwberg : Private J. W. Sandford, of the" Bushmen.