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    The following additional casualty list has been made available. —Officers Killed.— Auckland.—Lieute. Dodson, Richardson ...

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  3. Mjr. Gordon.

    Mjr. Charges George Gordon was bora in 1869. He was area officer of the Inverell District at the commencement of the war, and his nearest relatives are resident in ...

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    The Imperial Press Bureau announces that on Saturday and Sunday night the Turks made strong and determined attacks in made against the positions held by the ...

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    Col. Henry Normand McLaurin was in supreme command of the 1st Infantry Brigade (Sew South Wales), and was 47 years of age. He obtained his fires commission ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. Capt. Hall.

    The late Capt. Sydney Raymond Has was a son of Mr. Thomas William Hall, of Wattle street, Fullarton, and was 31 years of age. He was an enthusiastic student of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. Mjr. Swannell.

    Mjr. Blair Inskip Swannell was a well-known Sydney sportsman. He was born at Northampton, England. He came to Sydney as mate in a sailing schooner in 1897 ...

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  9. Lieut.—Col. Wanliss.

    Lieut.—Col. Wanliss, when appointed to command the 5th Infantry Battalion, asked Mjr., then Capt., Fethers, to join him. He did so, and left Australia as captain in ...

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  10. Mjr. Adams.

    Mjr. John Adams is 52 years of age. He commenced his military career in 1880. He joined the expeditionary forces as second in command of the 14th Battalion under ...

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    Mir. S. B. ROBERTSON, 9th Battalion, Ipswich, Queensland, in action. Capt. J. F. WALSH, l5th Battalion, Charters Towers, Queensland, in action. ...

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  12. Capt. Irvine.

    Capt. F. D. Irvine was brigade major of the 1st Infantry Battalion (New South Wales). He is a member of the Royal Engineers. ...

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  13. Mjr. Hamilton.

    Mjr. Hamilton was one of the best-known citizen officers in Melbourne. He spent the earliest years of his military career in the Engineers Corps ...

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  14. Capt. Barnes.

    Capt. G. A. Barnes died at the age of 35. He was an old campaigner in South Africa. His ivar services in that campaign commenced in 1900, and continued ...

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    Mr. Roland McNeill (Unionist member for St. Auzustine's), in the House of Commons to-day, asked the Colonial Secretary (Mr. L. Harcourt) whether an account of the ...

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  16. Mir. Fethers.

    Mjr. E. D. Fethers started his military career early in life as a busier in the Scottish Regiment, and worked his way up to a commissioned rank. Four or five ...

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  17. Col. Maclaurin.

    The late Henry Normand Maclaurin was a well-known member of the New South Wales Bar, and his death was the occasion of a special gathering of Judges and the ...

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    Mir. E. F. D. FETHERS, 5th Battalion, Malvern, Victoria, in action. Mir. J. W. HAMILTON. 6th Battalion. Malvern, Victoria, in action. ...

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  19. Capt. Lalor.

    Having seen many wars during a brief career, Capt. Lalor—a name that is remembered in Australian history—has fallen at last in the greatest war of all. He was ...

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  20. Lieut. Byrne.

    The late Lieut. Albert John Byrne was born in September, 1890, and prior to leaving for the front was an officer in the 8lst Infantry, which he joined at the end of ...

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    Mir. F. B. CARTER, 16th Battalion, Perth, in action. Capt. C. A. BARNES. 11th Battalion, Guildford in action. ...

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  22. 800,000 TURKS.

    The Constantinople correspondent of The London Daily Chronicle estimates that there are 800,000 Turks at present under arms. These include ...

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  23. Mjr. Carter.

    The late Mjr. F. B. Carter was 40 years of age. He was, previous to the outbreak of war. major in the 86th Infantry Battalion. He joined the expeditionary forces ...

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  24. Lieut.—Col. Clarke.

    Lieut.—Col. (Hon. Colonel) Lancelot Fox Clarke, D.S.O., V.D., was commanding the 12th Infantry Battalion, which comprised troops from Tasmania, South Australia ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  25. Lieut. Pen. Patterson.

    Port Pirie people will be grieved to learn of the news that First—Lieut. Pen. Patterson, of the 12th Battalion Infantry and attached to the Tasmanians, only son ...

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  26. Mjr. Irvine.

    Mjr. F. D. Irvine, who last year was a general staff officer at Victoria Barracks, belonged to blue Royal Engineers. He saw service on the north-western frontier of ...

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  27. Capt. Hoggart.

    Capt. William Roes Hoggart, who was killed in action, was a student at the Melbourne University. In 1908 he joined the staff of the Melbourne Grammar School ...

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  28. Lieut. Hooper.

    Lieut. R. J. M. Hooper was the only son of Mr. J. Hooper, of Princes street, Alberton. He was one of the youngest lieutenants who left for the front, and was ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    The late Mjr. Edward Castle Oldham was one of the best-known infantry officers in South Australia. He was 39 years of age, and received his first commission in ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    Col. H. N. MACLAURIN. 1st Infantry Brigade, relatives reside Sydney, in action. Lieirt.—Col. A. J. ONSLOW THOMPSON, 4th Battalion, relatives reside ...

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  32. Capt. Annear.

    Capt. W. R. Annear, who was among those killed in action, was born in 1875. Prior to the war he was an area officer in charge of Cottesloe district. His first ...

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    Lieut.—Col. L. F. CLARKE, D.S.O., 12th Battalion, Devonport, in action. Lieut. P. J. PATTERSON, 12th Battalion, relatives reside Ballarat, in action. ...

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  34. Capt. Leer.

    Capt. Charles Edward Leer was 44 years of age. He had the misfortune to lose his wife and daughter shortly after lie left with, the expeditionary force for Egypt. ...

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  35. House of Commons References.

    In the House of Commons to-day the First Lord of the Admiralty (Mr. Churchill) stated, in reply to questions upon the operations of the British ...

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  38. British Prisoners Marched Through Constantinople.

    Telegrams from Constantinople state that the naval prisoners taken from the British submarine which grounded off Kephez Point while reconnoitring in ...

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  39. Lieut.—Col. Thompson.

    The late Lieut.—Col. Astley John Onslow Thompson, V.D., was born in 1865. At the age of 27 years he was appointed lieutenant in the New South Wales Mounted Rifles ...

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  40. Lieut. Munro.

    The late Lieut. Munro was born afc Kilkenny 21 years ago. He was educated it the Woodville Public School, and was subsequently at Alberton as a training teacher. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  41. Capt. Green.

    The late Capt. Keith Eddowes Green was formerly a lieutenant in the 79th Infancy. He was born on January 29, 1893, and joined the 10th Infantry Regiment in June, 1912. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  43. Allied Fleet's Bombardment

    Latest cablegrams from Athens state that the warships of the Allies lave resumed their bombardment of the forts within the Dardanelles, and have again ...

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  44. An ex-South Australian.

    Mjr. Sydney Beresford Robertson, whose death is reported among the Queensland casualties, is an old South Australian boy, and a son of the Rev. Joseph Robertson ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  46. Turkish Batteries Caught.

    The heavy naval pins which are co-operating with the Allies' army isolated a number of Turkish columns at various points of the peninsula, and they were ...

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  47. Greeks Want War.

    Telegram from Athens state that the influential Government newspaper Embros and The Athene, both of which hare been hitherto pro-German, now advocate ...

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  48. The Bosphorus.

    The Russian Fleet lias bombarded the fortifications on the right flank of Chatalnja, on the Bosphorus; and the fort of Kara Burnu and the fortified positions ...

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