THE KILLED :--1, Surgeon-Lieutenant H. A. Palmer: 2, Lance-Corporal G. R. Button; 3, Private R. M. Thornton; 4, Private Archibald E. Mack (died of wounds, 16th June); 5, Private J. Collins; 6, C[?] Private H. Hendy; 8. Priavte S. J. Barnard; 9, Private L. J. W. Gondie; 10, Farrier-Sergeant J. F. Houlihan; 11, Private R. Topham; 12, Private William A. Smith; 13, Private E. H. Blandford; 14, Private [?] D. J. Rowe; 16, Private G. W. Stratton. [Eighteen Victorians are reported to have been killed, but there has been some doubt as to the identity of two of the slain.] ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 116 words
Private F. J. Smith (Supposed to be killed). Private T. M. George, (Dangerously wounded.) ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 62 words
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