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1918 Events of the Year
from
The St. John's Daily News

 

July 2001

YEAR OF EVENTS - 1918

This document includes:

THE YEAR'S HEROIC DEAD

FATALITIES

EVENTS OF THE YEAR AT HOME

HEROES WHO ARE MISSING

LIST OF HONOURS

PRISONERS OF WAR FROM REGIMENT AND RESERVE

Tue. Dec. 31, 1918

THE YEAR'S HEROIC DEAD
ADAMS, Otte H., LeMarchant Road. Killed in action in France Oct. 9, 1917
ATWILL Duncan, Mundy Pond Road, killed in action France. March 11, 1918
ASPELL, John J., Corporal, killed in action in France. March 27, 1918
AVERT, Hezekiah, Deep Bight, T. B., died of pneumonia in Military hospital, St. John's. Jan. 15, 1918.
ALEXANDER, Joseph, St. George's died of influenza at General Hospital St. John's. Oct. 20, 1918.

BASTOW, Albert C., Pennywell Road, died in enemy hands at Conde, Germany. Nov. 16, 1917.
BALSAM, Ralph N. Sergeant killed in action in France. Jan. 29, 1918.
BARBOUR, Lester D. Newtown, died of wounds in France. March 10, 1918
BOBBITT, Mathew, McCallum, Fortune Bay, killed in action in France. March 13, 1918
BENSON, Wilson, South Side, killed in action in France. Dec. 3 1917.
BUTT, Dorman, Exploits, killed in action in France, Dec. 3 1917
BALDWIN, Gilbert, Middle Arm, Bay of Islands, died of wounds in France, April 2 1918
BENOIT, Peter, Conne River, killed in action in France, March 29, 1918
BARNES, Edward W., Lance Corporal, LeMarchant Rd., died of wounds in France, April 15, 1918
BROWN, John W., Lance Corporal, Mussel Harbour, P.B., prisoner in Germany since April 14, 1917, killed by bomb dropped from aeroplane April 1918.
BAMBURY , Samuel, Pool's Cov,e Fortune Bay, killed in action in France, April 12, 1918
BRYANT, Charles, Hickman Harbour, killed in action in France, April 12, 1918
BUDGEN, Fred, Eqworth, killed in action in France, April 13, 1918
BOONE, Joseph, Leading Tickles, killed in action in France, April 18, 1918
BRINSTON, George, North Harbour, P.B, killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917
BARENS, Herbert, Officer, Smith Sound, T. B., R.N.R., died in General Hospital, St. John's, May 25, 1918.
BENOIT, Benjamin, Conne River, reported missing Nov. 20, 1917, reported dead June 7, 1918.
BALLAM, Arthur George, Lance Corporal, Curling, killed in action in France, December 3, 1917.
BENNETT, Chesly, Lewisporte, killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1917
BRINSON, Louis, Change Island, died at General Hospital, St. John's, of meningitis, December 20, 1918
BELBIN, Herbert, Country Road, Bay Roberts, died by accident as prisoner in Germany, April 14, 1918.
BURTON, John A., Rose Blanche, died of wounds in France, Sept. 30, 1918.
BUSSEY, Jacob, R.N.R., Port de Grave, died when ship sank at sea, Oct. 1918
BROWN, Ernest, Tack's Beach, died of influenza at General Hospital, Oct. 12, 1918
BURTON, Charles, Twillingate died of Broncho-Pneumonia at Military Hospital, Oct. 14, 1918.
BOUTCHER, John W., Mussle's Harbour Arm, died at sea, Oct. 1918.
BUTLER, John, Bauline, at Devonport, of Pneumonia, Oct. 14, 1918
BLAGDON, Thomas, Fortune, killed in action France, Sept. 20, 1918
BURSEY, George, Lance Corporal, Victoria Cove, Gander Bay, killed in action France, October 21, 1918.
BURBRIDGE, William, Eqworth, died of Pneumonia at Military Hospital, St. John's, Oct. 19, 1918.
BURKE, Frank M., Lieutenant, Military Road, killed in action France, Oct. 14, 1918
BARNES, John C., Leslie Street, dead of wounds in France, Oct. 15 1918
BLAKE, John, Grand Village, Labrador, died of wounds France, Oct. 11, 1918
BUTLER, George A., Wellington, B.B., killed in action France, Oct. 5, 1918
BENNETT Charles, St. George's, killed in action France, Oct. 2, 1918
BRINTON Thomas, Bull Cove, Burin, killed in action France, Oct. 11, 1918
BARBOUR Wilfred C., Sergt.-Major, Trinity, Nfld , killed in action France, Oct. 14, 1918
BENSON, William, T., Bay Bulls Arm, died of wounds in France, Oct. 1918
BROWN, George, Tack's Beach, died at Military Hospital, Kinnell Park, Nov. 2, 1918
BLAKE, Zachariah, Barred-Island, Fogo, died at Winchester, Nov. 6, 1918
BULGIN, Augustus, Lance Corporal, Farmer's Arm, Twillingate, killed in action France, April 13, 1918.
BURT, Charles, Sergeant, Branch, killed in action France, April 18?, 1918
BURTON, Andrew, Long Island, N.D.B., killed in action France, April 13, 1918
BARBOUR, George, R.N.R., Port Rexton, lost on his trawler, Nov. 10, 1918
BURDEN, Harry H., R.N.R., Jenkin's Cove, Twillingate, died at naval Hospital, Plymouth, Dec. 11, 1918

COLES, Adam, R.N.R., Broomfield, B.B, died at Halifax from Bronchial Pneumonia, March 20, 1918.
CHAYTER, Charles, Greenspond, killed in action in France, Dec. 3, 1918
COLE, Samuel B., 2nd Lieutenant, Codner's Lane, killed in action France, Oct. 9, 1917
CLUETT, Henry, Garnish, died of wounds in France, April 19, 1918
COOK , William, Forest Road, died of wounds in France, April 19, 1918
CLARK, George M., Grand Bank, killed in action France, April 18, 1918
COOPER, Peter, Waldegrave St., killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917.
CHRISTOPHER, Leo Joseph, Corporal, St. Joseph, killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917
CLARKE, George S., Springdale, killed in action in France, Oct. 7, 1917
CHEATEN, Reginald, Greenspond, died of consumption at Altdamm, Germany, April 25, 1918, prisoner of war since Dec. 2nd, 1917.
CAINS, John Jarvois, Hermitage Bay, died in the General Hospital, St. John's of pneumonia June 6, 1918.
COLBERT, Ronald, Red Head Cove, Bay de Verde, died in General Hospital, St. John's of pneumonia, June 7, 1918.
CAREW, Victor, Cape Broyle, killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1918
CANNING, Parmenas, Moreton's Harbour, died of pneumonia at General Hospital, St. John's, June 23, 1918.
CANNING, Charles, Caplin Cove, Ferryland, died at Bailleul, prisoner of war, April 13, 1918.
CHAFE, George, Convent Square, died at Bailleul, prisoner of war, April 12, 1918.
CONNORS, Maurice, Conception Harbor, died at Bailleul, prisoner of war, April 13, 1918
CAMPBELL, Hugh Dan, R.N.R., died of pneumonia at Haslar Hospital England, Sept. 28, 1918.
CRANE, John C., Tilton, killed in action in France, Sept. 29, 1918.
COSTELLO, William, Cape Broyle, died at Cape Broyle of pneumonia, Oct. 30, 1918
CHRISTIAN, William C., Hayward Ave., died of wounds in France, Oct. 26, 1918.
CROTTY, Leo, Corporal, Walsh Square, killed in action in France, Oct. 25. 1918.
CLARK, James C., R.N.R., Chance Cove, T.B., died from pneumonia on the Transport Liberty, Nov. 13, 1918

DWYER, Martin, Bell Island, taken prisoner to Mulheim, April 14, 1917, died in Hospital at Aaachen, Dec. 30, 1917.
DEVOE, William, Codroy, died of Tuberculosis at Wimereaux Hospital, March 17, 191?
DOMINEY, Harry, Channel, killed in action in France, March 14, 1918
DONAHUE, William J., Point Verde, died of Tuberculosis Meningitis
DAWE, Christopher, Cupids, died of Pneumonia at Military Hospital, St. John's, May 21, 1918.
DULEY, Lionel T., 2nd Lieutenant, Rennie's Mill Road, killed in action in France, Sept. 29, 1918.
DOBER Michael, Marystown, Burin, died of Pneumonia at Military Hospital, St. John's, Oct. 2, 1918
DOUGLAS, Aaron, Brunette Island, killed in action in France, Sept. 29, 1918.
DOBER, Peter, Spanish Room, Burin, died of Influenza at Port aux Basque, Oct. 2, 1918
DOBBIN, Joseph, Bell Island, died of wounds in France, Oct. 18, 1918
DEWEY, Joseph, Greenspond, died of wounds in France, Oct. 21, 1918.
DRAKE, James P., Marystown, died of wounds in France, Oct. 23, 1918
DALEY, James J., Corporal, Gower St., killed in action in France, Oct. 26, 1918
DEAN, Walter A., Freshwater, B.D.V., killed in action in France, Oct. 23, 1918

EARLE, George, Moreton's Harbour, died of wounds in France, March 13, 1918.
ENGLAND, Hugh S., St. George's, killed in action in France, March 13, 1918
EDENS, Leonard , Lieut, R.F.C., Queen's Road, died in enemy's hands 1918.
ELLIS, Ambrose, Port Saunders, killed in action France, April 16, 1918.
EDWARDS, Alphoneus J., Duckworth St., Died of wounds in France, May 5, 1918
ETHERIDGE, Richard, Joe Batts Arm, missing since March 2, 1918 presumed dead October 23, 1918.
EDWARDS, Hubert , Millertown, Bay DeEspoire, died of wounds in France, Oct. 23 1918

FORTUNE, Stephen J., Jeffery's, St. George's, died of wounds in France, Nov. 22, 1917
FURLONG, David J., Placentia, died of wounds in France, Jan. 11, 1918
FOLKS, Albert, Little Bay Island, died of wounds in France, March 13, 1918
FIEFIELD, Frederick, Bonavista, killed in France, March 27, 1918
FRY, John, Flower Hill, reported missing Nov. 20, 1917, reported dead June 7, 1918
FUDGE, Charles, Burnt Island, Burgeo, died of Pneumonia at the Military Hospital, St. John's, June 15, 1918.
FUDGE, George T., Muddy Hole, Hermitage Bay, died in Jensen Camp, June 22, 1918
FLANNIGAN, David, Round Harbour, near Lawn, died in Germany, May 4, 1918 a prisoner since April 18.
FROUD, Edwin, Old Perlican, died of wounds in France, Oct. 15, 1918
FARRELL, Patrick, Torbay Road, died of influenzia at St. John's General Hospital, October 24, 1918
FRAMPTON, John, Burin Bay, died of Fever in France, Nov. 23, 1918

GLOVER, James, Deer Island, B.B., died of wounds Nov. 22, 1918
GROUCHY, Thomas J., Merrymeeting Road, died of wounds in France, April 17, 1918
GILLISPIE, Samuel, Fortune Harbour, killed in action in France, April 13, 1918
GALLOP, Morgan, Hagerty Street, killed in action in France, April 13, 1918.
GINN, William, Comford Cove, N.D.B., died at Devonport of Pneumonia, Oct. 12 1918
GILBERT, William, Garnish Cove, R.N.R., drowned Oct. 11, 1918.
GILL, Erenst, Cochrane Street, Harbour Grace, died of influenza at Tideworth Hospital, Oct. 24, 1918
GOUDIE, George, Corporal, Grand Falls, prisoner April 14, 1917, transferred to Switzerland Dec. 27, 1917, died of La Grippe in Switzerland Nov. 6?, 1918.

HUDSON, George, Pouch Cove, killed in action in France, March 12, 1918
HICKEY, William, St. John's, killed in action in France, March 10, 1918.
HANCOCK, Alfred, St. Anthony, killed in action in France, March 10, 1918
HISCOCK, Alfred, Flemming St., killed in action in France, March 14, 1918
HICKEY, Edward, Barron Island, Placentia Bay, killed in action France, Dec. 2,1917.
HUTCHING, Richard, Whitbourne, killed in action France, March 26, 1918.
HOYLES, Obadiah, Pool's Island, killed in action France, March 30, 1918
HILLIER, Llewellyn, Point au Gaul, died in German hands, Jan 25, 1918.
HALLBURTON, Gordon, Lance Corporal, died of wounds in France, April 19, 1918.
HUDSON, Lewis G., Adams Cove, Prisoner of war since April 14, 1917, died of Tuberculosis, Altdamm Germany April 2, 1918.
HOUNGELL, Joseph, M.M., Lance Corporal, Wesleyville, killed in action France, April 12, 1918.
HOUSE, George, Weston, Ontario, died of wounds in France, May 22, 1918.
HAMLIN, Stewart, Crow Head, Twillingate, died of Pneumonia at Crow Head, June 19, 1918.
HICKS, Philip, Merrit's Harbour, Twillingate, died of pneumonia at Military Hospital at John's, June 19, 1918.
HOBBS, Ellol, Redcliff, B.B., died of Pneumonia at Military Hospital, St. John's, June 22, 1918.
HODDINOTT, Samuel, Indian Islands, N.D.B., died at Military Hospital, St. John's of Septicaemia, July 2, 1918.
HALL, Richard Hugh, R.N.R., Felix Cove, Port au Port, lost on the armed trawler Lochiel, July 24, 1918.
HANDCOCK, Lewis, Salvage, died at Stendal, Germany, prisoner since April 13, 1918.
HANN, Brigham, Bonne Bay, died of wounds in France, Sept. 30, 1918.
HAYNES, Leonard, Codroy, died at sea, Oct. 1917
HARRIS, Clarence K., Glovertown, killed in action in France Sept. 30, 1918
HEALEY, William, Merrymeeting Road, killed in action France, Oct. 8, 1918.
HARNELL, William, Campbellton, N.D.B., killed in action France, Oct. 6?, 1918.
HALL, William, Sergeant, Murray St, killed in action Oct. 14, 1918.
HAGEN, J. G. W., M.M. and Bar, Corporal, St. Pierre, died of wounds in France, October 21, 1918.
HALFYARD, John, Bonne Bay, died of wounds in France, Oct. 21, 1918.
HORWOOD, Henry, Moreton's Harbour, killed in action in France, Oct. 25, 1918.
HUTCHINGS, William, S. Bonne Bay, killed in action in France, April 13, 1918.
HANN, Robert, Trout River, Bound Bay, killed in action France, April 12, 1918.
HATCHER, Henry T., Corporal, Rose Blanche, killed in action France, April 13, 1918.
HUNT, James, Fair Island, Bonavista, R.N.R., died from pneumonia at Haslar Hospital, England, Dec. 3, 1918.

IVANY, John L., Charlton Street, killed in action France, Dec. 3, 1917.

JANES, Albert E, Company Sergeant Major, D.C. M., M.C.. Hant's Harbour, died of wounds in France, April 14, 1918.
JANES, William J., Britannia Cove, died of wounds France, April 14, 1918.
JACOBS, Frederick J., Colliers Square, killed in action France, April 12, 1918.
JOY, Edward, Sergeant, Hagerty St., Died at Devonport of Pneumonia, Oct. 14, 1918
JARVIS, Richard, Haystack, killed in action, in France, Sept. 29, 1918.
JACOBS, Walter, Westport, White Bay, died at Hazler Down Camp Hospital, October 27, 1918.

KERSHAW, Robert, Second Lieutenant, Lancashire Folds, Middleton, England, died of wounds in France March 10 1918.
KEAN, Thomas J., Sergeant, Monkstown Road, killed in action France, Dec.5, 1917
KANE, George, Job Street, killed in action in France, Dec. 3, 1917
KING, Aaron, New Bonaventure, killed in action France, Dec, 3, 1917
KEATING, Patrick, Torbay, killed in action in France, Dec. 3 1917.
KING, Ephraim, Catalina, killed in action in France, April 12, 1918
KENDALL, Edward William, Ramea, killed in action France, Oct. 9, 1917
KEEPING, Mack, Fortune, reported missing Nov. 20, 1917, reported dead June 7, 1918
KEARSEY, Francis, Field street, killed in action France, Nov. 20, 1917.
KELLY, Jno. J., Jersey Side, Placentia, died of wounds in France, Oct. 27, 1918.
KING, William P., South Side, killed in action in France, Oct. 20, 1918
KING, Henry A., Lance Corporal, White Point, Trinity Bay, killed in action France, April 13, 1918.

LANGMEAD, George, Lieutenant, Water Street, died of wounds, in France, January 11, 1918.
LACEY, Henry, Exploits, died of wounds in France, March 14, 1918
LYNCH, Thomas, Corporal, killed in action in France, Dec. 3, 1917.
LANE, Malcolm, Fair Islands, killed in action in France, April 15, 1918
LEONARD, Michael, Livingstone Street, killed in action in France, April 12, 1918.
LEWIS, John Thomas, Chapel's Cove, Harbour Main, killed in action in France, April 12, 1918
LINFIELD, Ronald, Loon Bay, N.D.B. killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1917.
LAMBE, Anthony, Lord's Cove, R.N.R. died of Scarlet Fever in Fever Hospital, City, June 21, 1918.
Le PAGE, Manuel, Ship Cove, Bay St. George, killed in action in France, Oct. 14, 1918.
LUFF, Harry, Exploits, died of wounds in France, Oct. 5, 1918.
LEE, Albert, Lance Corporal, St. Mary's, killed in action France, Oct. 14, 1918.
LOCKE, Adolphus, Pelley's Island, died at Pelley's Island, Nov. 3, 1918.
LITTLE, Redvers, Musgravetown, B.B., Died of Tuberculosis, at Winchester, Nov. 15, 1918.

McDONALD, Walter G., Brazil's Field, St. John's, killed in action in France, Oct. 9 1917
McDONALD, Michael P., Major's Path, killed in action France, April 14, 1918
McKAY, Michael J., Merrymeeting Road, Prisoner in Germany since April 14, 1917, Died at Atdamm of Tuberculosis April 21, 1918.
McGRATH, William, Delby's Cove, died of influenza at Delby's Cove, June 11, 1918
McKAY, Stewart, Seal Cove, White Bay, died of pneumonia at Military Hospital, St. John's, July 8 1918.
McCARTHY, Charles, Harbour Grace, died at sea October 2, 1918
McKAY Walter H., Channel, killed in action in France, April 13, 1918.
McGRATH, Joseph, Branch, killed in action in France, April 13, 1918
MOULTON, Albert E., Sergeant, Burgeo, died of wounds Nov. 22, 1917
MILLER, George H., Spaniard's Cove, Trinity Bay, R.N.R., Ship missing Jan. 1918
MARSH, Walter, R.N.R., Dunfield, Trinity Bay, lost when the Armed Merchant ship Rib Verde was sunk by cannon on Feb. 21, 1918
MILES, Thomas, Bay L'Argent, killed in action in France, March 11, 1918.
MARTIN, Stephen, Harbour Grace, killed in action in France, Nov. 13, 1917
MUSE, William, Champneys East, killed in action in France, April 12, 1918
MARTIN, James J., Sebastian Street, killed in action in France, April 13, 1918
MOSS, Daniel J., Gambo, killed in action in France, April 12, 1918
MAJOR, John T., Norris Point, Bonne Bay, died of Tuberculosis in London, June 7, 1918.
MURPHY, Mark, South Holyrood, killed in action in France, Dec. 3, 1917
MULTON, John, Burin, died at Balleul, prisoner of war April 3, 1917.
MARKS, Chesley, Burin, died of Blood Poisoning at Wandsworth, July 31, 1918.
MERCER, Jasper, Port Albert, N.D.B., died of Tuberculosis at General Hospital, St. John's, August 7, 1918.
MILES, Augustus, Bonavista, died of Pneumonia at Winchester, Oct. 1, 1918
MOREY, Walter W., Torbay, R.N.R., Died of Pneumonia at Fever Hospital, St. John's, Oct. 15, 1918
MAHONEY, James A., Fogo, R.N.R., died of Pneumonia at Queenstown, Ireland, October 14, 1918.
MURRAY Samuel, Sergeant, Adam's Cove, killed in action in France, Sept. 20, 1918.
MAY, John, Head's Cove, N.D.B., died of wounds in France, Oct. 17, 1918.
MILLS, Joseph, Burlington, died of wounds in, France Oct. 5, 1918.
MOORES, John, Blackhead, killed in action in France, Oct. 5, 1918
MESSERVEY, William, Sandy Point, killed in action in France, Oct. 14, 1918
MONAHAN, Edward, Sergeant, South Side, killed in action in France, Oct. 20, 1918
MANSFIELD, Michael, Conception , killed in action in France, April 13, 1918.

NEWMAN, James, Petit Forte, P. B., killed in action in France, January 27, 1918
NEVILLE, Gregory, Topsail, died at Jensen Camp, St. John's, July 3, 1918
NOFTALL, Edward George, Rocky Lane, died in France of Appendicitis, Sept. 29, 1918
NEWELL, Leslie, Corporal, The Dock, Conception Bay, killed in action Oct. 14, 1918.
NEWTON, James, Sergeant, Bell Island, died of wounds in France, Oct. 25, 1918

OXFORD, Walter, Botwood, died in enemy hands Germany, Dec. 27, 1917, taken prisoner April 14, 1917.
OSMOND, Cecil, Gambo, killed in action in France, March 13, 1918.
OSBOURNE, James, Lewisporte, died of pneumonia at Military Hospital, St. John's, May 26, 1918.
O'REILY, James, Placentia, killed in action in France, Dec. 3 1917.
O'BRIEN, EDWARD, Lime St., died of wounds in France, Oct. 21, 1918
OSMOND, William, Little Bay, killed in action in France, Oct. 3, 1918
O'ROURKE, John, Sergeant, Holyrood, killed in action in France, Oct. 20. 1918.
O'BRIEN, Michael J., Witless Bay, Ferryland, killed in action in France, Oct. 25, 1918
O'BRIEN, Justus, Lance Corporal, Mullock St., Died of wounds in France, Oct. 20, 1918
OSMOND, Reuben, Grand Bank, died of wounds in France, Sept. 28, 1918

PEACH, Josiah W., Spencer Cove, P.B., R.N.R., died at Royal Naval Hospital, Haslar, England from Measles and Bronchial Pneumonia.
PERRY, Pearce, Newtown, died of Tubercular Laryngitis at the General Hospital, St. John's, March 20, 1918.
PITT, Percy W., Sergeant, Norbury, Surrey, England killed in action in France, December 8, 1917.
PITTMAN, Arthur H., Pelley's Island, killed in action in France, Dec. 3, 1917
PITTMAN, Able, Smith Sound, died of wounds in France, April 14, 1918.
PICCO, Martin, D.C.M., Sergeant, Bosworlas, died of wounds in France, April 28, 1918
POWER, Patrick, Dunville, killed in action in France, April 12, 1918.
PHELAN, James, Merrymeeting Road, killed in action in France, April 13, 1918.
POLLARS, William, Harbour Deep, St. Barbe, killed in action in France, April 13, 1918
PAYNE, Naaman, Parson's Pond, St. Barbe, died at Bailleul, Prisoner of War, April 13, 1918
PARSONS, William, St. John's, died at Jenson Camp, September 3, 1918.
PICCO, Francis, Rushoon, died in hospital of Pneumonia at Devonport, Oct. 23, 1918.
PYNN, Jack, Water St. West, died of wounds in France, Oct.31, 1918.
PENNEY, Isaac, Brooklyn, B.B., killed in action in France, Oct. 26, 1918.

ROSS, George, Great Harbour, Fortune, Bay, died of wounds in France, April 17, 1918.
RIDEOUT, Pierce, Grand Falls, died April 27, 1918
ROMAINE, Harold, Acting Sergeant, Port au Port, killed in action in France, April 12, 1918.
REID, Ellwood, Lance Corporal, Green's Harbour, accidentally drowned, whilst bathing in France, 23, 1918.
RALPH, Cecil, Flat Islands, B.B., died of Pneumonia, at Flat Island, June 10, 1918.
RICKETTE, George, Middle Arm, St. Barbe, killed in action in France, Dec. 3, 1918
RENDELL, Hubert, Captain, M.C., Duckworth Street, died of wounds in France, Sept. 29, 1918.
REID, William Frederick, Theater Hill, died of wounds in France, Oct. 4, 1918.
ROBERTS, John, Burlington, killed in action in France, Sept. 30, 1918.
RANDEL, Marcus, Port Rexton, died of wounds in France, Oct. 17, 1918.
REES, Edgar, Bell Island, died of wounds in France, Oct. 1918.
ROBERTS, Cecil, Hermitage Cove, killed in action in France, Oct. 14, 1918.
REES, William E., Bell Island, died of wounds in France, Oct. 27, 1918.
RUSSELL, John, Country Road, Bay Roberts, killed in action, in France, Oct. 20, 1918
ROBERTS, Thomas, Epworth, killed in action in France, Oct. 25, 1918
RICKETTS, Thomas, Sopp's Island, St. Barbe, killed in action in France, Oct. 14, 1918.
ROBERTS, Ray, Twillingate, R.N.R., died of Pneumonia at Greenwich Hospital, Dec. 8, 1918.

SHEEHAN, John J., Sergeant, Howe Place, died at Halifax, Dec.29, 1918.
STACEY, Alfred J., Lance Corporal, Sound Island, killed in action in France, January 20, 1918.
STRATTON, William, J., Valley Field, died of wounds in France, March 13, 1918.
STOCKLEY, Frederick, Westville, killed in action in France, March 11, 1918.
SLATTERY, Patrick J., King's Road, killed in action in France, March 18, 1918.
SQUIRES, Kader, Salvage, died in Hospital at Munster, Feb. 23, 1918. Prisoner since April 14, 1917.
STEPHENSON, William, Cavendish, died of wounds in France, March 27, 1918.
SAMSON, Neville, Flat Islands, Bonavista Bay, killed in action in France, Dec. 3, 1917
SIMMS, Frank H., Burin, killed in action in France, Dec. 3, 1917.
STRONG, Charles, Captain, Southside, died of wounds in France, April 13, 1918.
STRONG, Ross, Jackson's Cove, N.D.B., died of wounds in France April 16, 1918.
STICKLAND, Ingram, Bonne Bay, died of wounds in France, April 13, 1918.
SHORTALL, Leo M., Gower Street, died in hospital in England, April 29, 1918.
SIMMONDS, William, Sergeant, killed in action in France, April 13, 1918.
SQUIRES, John, Black Head Road, killed in action in France, April 12, 1918.
SQUIRES, John, Round Harbour, N.D.B., killed in action in France, April 12, 1918.
SIMPSON, Ronald G., Cabot Street, killed in action in France, April 12, 1918.
SPENCER, Maxwell, Twillingate, killed in action in France, April 12, 1918.
SAUNDERS, Elli, New Bay, Pt. Leamington, killed in action in France, April 13, 1918.
SHEPPARD, Henry, Bishop's Cove, died of measles at Bishop Cove, June 8, 1018.
SCEVOIUR, Mater, British Harbour, died of Measles at British Harbour, June 17, 1918.
SAUNDERS, John, Alexander Bay, killed in action Dec. 3, 1917.
SEABRIGHT, Frederick, Red Rock Cove, died at General Hospital, St. John's, Sept. 31, 1918.
SCEVIOUR, Allan, R.N.R., South Side Road died, of Pleuro-Pneumonia at General Hospital, St. John's, Oct. 12, 1918.
SMITH, Edward, Battle Harbour, died of Influenza at General Hospital St. John's, Oct. 14, 1918.
SNOW, Joseph, Griquet, killed in action in France, Sept. 29, 1918.
SEYMOUR, George, Botwood died of Pneumonia at Military Hospital St. John's Oct. 27, 1918.
SQUIRES, Frederick, Gower Street, killed in action in France, Oct. 15, 1918.
SELLERS, Henry, C.Q.M.S., Harbour Grace, killed in action in France, Oct. 14, 1918.
SPARKS, Wesley, Alexander Bay, died of wounds in France, Oct. 14, 1918.
SOUTHCOTT, Thomas, Grand Falls, killed in action in France, April 12, 1918.
STUCKLESS, Adolphus, Comfort Cove, N. D. B., killed in action in France, April 13, 1918.
STOCKLEY, Levi, Virgin's Arm, N.D.B., killed in action in France, April 13, 1918.
SCAMMELL, Walter, Cadet R.F.C., died of Influenza in Hospital in Cambridge Nov. 11, 1918.
SNELGROVE, Isaac John, Catalina, died in England, Nov. 12, 1918.
SMITH, Edger, H., R.N.R., Winterton, lost in Merchant Ship in which he was serving, Nov. 12, 1918.

TURNER, Herbert, Corporal, Bishop's Falls, died at Dulmen, Germany, Jan. 7, 1917, Prisoner since Dec. 3, 1917.
TEIXELSA, Joseph, Pushthrough, killed in action in France, March 13, 1918.
TIZZARD, Gordon, Battery, Killed in action in France, April 12, 1918.
THOMPSON, Max, Bonavista, died of Pneumonia, in Hospital at Hazeley Down Camp, England, May 7, 1918.
TWYNER, James, Hauling Point, St. Barbe, killed in action in France, March 20, 1918
TAYLOR, Albert, M.C., 2nd Lieutenant, Charlestown, B.B., died of wounds in France, Oct. 17, 1918.
THOMAS, Henry Gordon, M.M., Lance Corporal, died of wounds in France, Oct. 16, 1918.
TOUMISHY, George, St. Anthony, Killed in action in France, Oct. 3, 1918.
TIPPETT, Edward J., Little Catalina, killed in action in France, Oct. 14, 1918.

VOISEY, Leo Michael, Hagerty Street, killed in action in France, October 9 1917.
VAUGHN, Frank J, Sergeant, died at General Hospital, St. John's, Heart failure, May 23, 1918.

WHITE, Regional B., Sergeant, The Rectory, St. John's died of Tubercular Meningitis at Etaples Jan. 9, 1918.
WELLS, Daniel, R.N.R., Seal Cove, White Bay, lost when Merchant ship sunk, March 17, 1918.
WISEMAN, Marcus F., Heart's Delight, killed in action in France, Dec. 6, 1917.
WAGG, Alfred F., Burin, killed in action in France, Dec. 8, 1917.
WHITE, Hollis, Lance Corporal, Cottle's Cove, New Bay, killed in action in France, April 12, 1918.
WEBBER, Hubert, Harbour Grace, killed in action in France, Apr. 14, 1918.
WICKS, Frederick, Greenspond, died of Pneumonia at Military hospital, St. John's, June 19, 1918.
WINSOR, Augustua, Westville, died of Pneumonia, at Military hospital, St. John's, June 22, 1918.
WHITEHORN, Arch, New Bay, died of Pneumonia, at New Bay, July 27, 1918.
WELLS, Robert, Young Street, killed in action in France, Sept. 27, 1918.
WISEMAN, Herbert, Shoal Harbour, T.B., killed in action in France, Sept. 29, 1918.
WHITE, Gordon, Little Bay Islands, died of wounds in France, Oct. 14, 1918.
WHITE, Michael, Little Bona, P.B., killed in action in France, Oct. 3, 1918.
WHEELER, James, Lower Island Cove, killed in action in France, Oct. 14, 1918.
WILLIAM, James, Oderin, killed in action in France, Oct. 14, 1918.
WELLS, Harry A, Bay Roberts, killed in action in France, Oct. 25, 1918.


FATALITIES

JANUARY

1- Sectionman JOSHUA PEDDLE, of Humbermouth killed by a snow slide near Helburn Island, Bay of Island.
2- Drowning of ex-R.N.R. EDWARD QUIGLEY, Pleasant Street, while on outward voyage announced, 20.
Loss of seamen, JAMES ELLIOTT from a Burin schooner reported washed over board 45 miles from Burin.
Schr. Lizzie M. Stanley of Burgeo reported loss with crew of 6. Left St. Pierre for Catalina on December 4, 1917.
5- WILLIAM WELCH, 33 drowned in Boston Harbour.
12-PATRICK KELLY, Bell Island, Engine Driver, accidentally killed.
18- JOSEPH G. STROWBRIDGE, Chambers, P.B. drowned.

FEBRUARY

4- SAMUEL PARSONS, Blackhead, Burin, crushed to death when boarding S.S. Prospero.
14-WILLIAM SMITH, 43 and SAMUEL YARN, MOSE AMBROSE, drowned through upsetting of dory.
17-MICHAEL KEHOE, Riverhead, Harbour Grace, 85, burned to death when house destroyed.
21-Body of JOSEPH ALEXANDRO picked up off Paradise.
24- S.S. Florizel wrecked at Cappahayden, Amongst the loss were: Passengers :-
F. C. SMYTHE, 44,
JAS H. BAGGS,
WILLIAM BUTTLER,
W.F. BUTLER,
Mrs. W. F. BUTLER,
PATRICK LARACY,
EDGAR FROUDE,
JAMES McCOUBREY, 40:
ROBERT WRIGHT, 40:
JAMES MILLER, 28;
JAMES DALEY, 45;
Miss. ANNIE DALTON,
Miss. M. BARRETT,
THOMAS McNEIL,
FRANK CHOWN,
FRED SNOW,
EDWARD BERTEAU,
JACK C. PARSONS,
NEWMAN SELLERS, 21
GEO MASSIE,
Mrs. MASSIE,
Miss. MASSIE,
WILLIAM E. BISHOP,
CHAS H. MILLER, 45;
G. P. BELLEVEAU,
GEORGE MOULTON,
MASTER MOULTON,
F. GERALD,
P. ST. JOHN,
WILLIAM MOORE,
MICHAEL CONNOLLY,
JOHN CONNOLLY,
GEORGE PARMITER, 25;
CAPTAIN JOS KEAN, 44;
JOHN S. MUSS, 37;
WM. EARLE,
MICHAEL O'DRISCOLL,
Miss. B. BEAUMONT,
Miss. MUNN 3 1/2;
Miss TRENCHARD,
JOS MALONEY,
Mrs. MALONEY,
Miss MALONEY, 28;
P.J. FITZPATRICK,
A. POWER.
JOHN COSTELLO,
WM. GUZZWELL,
Miss. ELIZ PELLEY,
PETER GULLFOYLE,
EDWARD GREENING,
GEORGE LONG,
R.J. FOWLER,
GEO.PUDDISTER,41;
Mrs. JOHN LYNCH, 54;
W. RICHARD, 26;
LEONARD NICHOLLE,
JAS CROCKWELL, 50;
HERBERT PEARCEY, 28;
JAS BARTLETT, 43;
CHAS HOWELL,
J FORREST,
Mr. STEVENS, return passenger to New York.

Officers and crew:
JOHN R KING second officer, Arichat N.S;
J V. READER, Chief Engineer, Halifax, N.S. 45;
CHARLES SNOW, Second Steward, St. John's,
Miss Margaret Kehoe, stewardess, St. John's,
FRED GUTHRIE, Second Cook, Liverpool;
J McKINNON, Baker, GLASGOW;
RAMON REZ, Messroom Steward, Spain;
P. LYNCH, Waiter, St. John's;
GORDON IVANY, waiter, St. John's,
AUSTIN WHITTEN, Waiter, St. John's;
STAN SQUIRES, Waiter, St. John's,
STAN FOLEY, Waiter, Grey Islands,
ML DUNPHY, Waiter, St. John's,
THOMAS HENNEBURRY, Oiler, St. John's,
A. MOODY, Butcher, New Hampshire;
GEO CROCKER. Sailor, Greenspond;
JOHN LAMBERT, Sailor, St. John's,
WM. WALTERS, Sailor, Trinity;
ARTHUR GOVER, Sailor, Trinity,
CHAS BAILEY, Sailor, Port Rexton,
JOHN POWER, Sailor, Paradise, P.B.

MARCH

1- Body of seaman LENDGREN of Cardiff, victim of Acadia's loss picked up at Rack's Beach
12-JOSEPH SHEPPARD, and wife found frozen to death on ice about two miles from their home in Twillingate.
20-Returned soldier, ROBER PENNEY, dies after serious assault on previous day.
23- EDMUND MERCER 7 Upper Gullies, near Spaniard's Bay, scalded to death.

APRIL

20- Seaman SCOTTY WALSH missing from schooner Eva C.
23- JAMES FLYNN, Sectionman, 17, killed at Whitbourne.

MAY

1- VICTOR CROUCHER, 21, accidentally shot at Battle Harbour.
2- PATRICK PERCY, Summerside, Bay of Island, drowned at Gilliam's Brook.
20- PATRICK POWER, seaman reported drowned amongst those lost when the Gloucester schooner Benjamin A Smith was run down by a Norwegian Steamer.

JUNE

20- JAMES CHANT off Ellistone drowned in a brooked
24- HARRY and ARTHUR MINTY, Durell's arm Drowned
GEORGE PICCO drowned at Petit Forte,
28-Tragic death of GEORGE CHAPELL, Back Harbour, Twillingate.
29-ROBERT IRVING, Patrick Street, drowned in Mesopotamia, 44

JULY

3- JAMES CHANT of Elliaston drowned in a brook
6- Brakesman, STOCKLEY, killed at Botwood.

AUGUST

13- Miss NELLIE DUNN of Harbour Grace, drowned off Makkovik, Labrador, 16

SEPTEMBER

3- Tragic death of Mrs. PENNEY Salvage Bay.
5- CHARLES STEVENS, returned wounded soldier, drowned at Coley's Point.
7- Belle of Burgeo lost off Samber Ledge with all hands including GEORGE MARTIN, mate, 32 and PETER BENNETT, Port au Port, 37
21- ELIHU HEFFERMAN killed in train accident at Halifax, 52.
24- Miss PHILOMENA O'NEIL, Holywood, killed, and 22 injured, in derailing accident at Mount Morish, Bay of Island.
28- House of JOHN POWER, Jersey Side, Placentia destroyed by fire and his daughter, aged 2, burned to death.

OCTOBER

10- JOHN JEANS, veteran Freemanos, Prominent citizen, killed by automobile, 85.
16- EDWARD T. BARNES, Harbour Grace accidentally killed at Bell Island.
19- JOHN SHEA, married and PATRICK BENTEAU, single, Lamaline drowned when returning from St. Pierre.
28-ROBERT BURDEN, Bay de Verde, drowned in St. John's Harbour, 44.

NOVEMBER

14- WILLIAM ROGERS of Marystown, reported drowned off Schooner Swan when coming out of Georgetown P.E.I..
24- FREDERICK HILLIER of Sydney, New South Wales, accidentally killed by falling down the elevator shaft at the General Hospital 36.

DECEMBER

9-WILLIAM EMILY, Belliceau, ASHERE ARICHAT, Boatswain, WILLIAM NICKOLLE and WILLIAM COLE of Carbonear drowned.
22-Schooner Moosnam arrives at Burin and reported the death of seaman WILLIAM STRONG on the passage to Oporto.
23-Death by drowning of Capt. A. N. PARDY at Pernambuco reported.
25-JAMES KELT, Reid Nfld. Co. died from gas poisoning 40.
29- JOHN KIELY, 50 found dead on Salmonier Road.

EVENTS OF THE YEAR AT HOME

JANUARY

1 - Arthur MEWS Esq., Deputy Colonial Secretary received the C. M. G.
2 - Sir Edward MORRIS publishes vale factor to his constituents.
Capt. Weston KEEPING and crew of the British schr, Jr, arrives in Liverpool after being rescued from his water-log vessel on Dec. 26.
Hon. J. R. BENNETT resigns the Portfolio of Militia and from Executive.
Organ recital in Cochrane Street Church.
3 - Resignation of Hons. M.P. GIBBS and R. A. SQUIRES from Executive.
S.U.F. Installation.
Annual meeting Shipwrights Union.
Presentation Convent Concert.
First "At home" at Government House.
4 - "Win the War" Concert.
5 - Sir Edward MORRIS created Baron
6 - Intercession Day by Royal Proclamation
Major ABRAHAM leaves for Shanghai
7 - Installation Atlantic Lodge I. O. O. F.
. Week of Prayer.
8 - Funeral of Sergeant SHEEHAN of Blue Puttees.
Annual meeting of St. Andrews Church.
Mr. J. R. BENNETT withdraws his resignation and is re-appointed Minister of Militia.
Installation Lodge Dudley S. O. E.
Capt. McLEAN and crew of abandoned schooner Blanche reach Bonne Bay.
Sacred Concert at St. Patrick's Church.
Winter term Supreme Court opens.
9 - Golden wedding Rev. Cannon NOEL and Mrs. NOEL of Harbour Grace.
Loss of schooner E. S. Hocken announced. Crew safe.
Daughters of Empire entertainment at Presbyterian Hall.
10 - Annual meeting commercial Travelers Association.
11 - Funeral of Rt. Rev. Bishop JONES.
12 - Hon. W. F. COAKER institutes criminal libel action against Sir W. D. REID.
13 - Annual meeting C.M.B.C.
14 - Newfoundland Regiment Depot removed from Ayr to Winchester.
Annual Meeting Bricklayers and Mason Union
15 - Installation Empire Lodge S.O. E.
17 - Mount Cashel entertainment at the Casino.
Installation Harbour Grace Lodge A.E. & A.M.
Annual meeting of the Pharmaceutical Society
Department of shipping created ;
Hon. J. C. CROSBIE , Minister
18 - Annual meeting hockey league.
21 - Governor HARRIS inspects Brigades.
S.A. Citadel opened, Sir C. A. HARRIS presides.
Annual meeting Nfld. British Society.
Annual meeting of Victoria Chapter L. O. A.
Capt. KEEPING and crew of wrecked schooner Seth Jr. return.
24 - Rev. Dr. KITCHEN lectures on Louvain
Capt. COURTENAY and crew of abandoned barquentine E. S. Hocken arrive. Were fourteen days in open boat.
25 - Burns Nicht
26 - Crew of Grand bank schooner Thomas A CROMWELL picked up January 10, 600 miles off Cape Race, landed at Halifax.
27 - Annual Meeting Lord's Day Alliance.
29 - Annual Meeting Board of Trade; R. G. WINTER, President, Presentation of Plate to H. W. LeMESSURIER, C. M. G.
Annual Meeting St. Andrews Society.
30 - Annual Meeting Firemen's Union.
Barquentine Minnie, Capt. YARD, reported abandoned in mid-ocean, crew taken to Corunna.
Annual Meeting Tasker Educational Committee
31 - Musicale at Masonic Temple.

FEBRUARY

1 - Schooner Emily M. Anderson Capt. Leonard MILLER abandoned in Bay of Biscay
2 - Annual Meeting Current Events Club.
5 - Annual Meeting Bible Society
7 - Annual Meeting S. P. A.
Schr. Albert Young, Capt. RYAN reported abandoned
8 - Schooner Lottie Silver, Capt. DODMAN lost in mid-ocean.
10 - Schooner Inucania, Capt. NORRIS wrecked in Ferryland Bight.
11 - Newfoundland Highlanders Annual "At Home".
Annual meeting C. of E. Orphanage supporters
92nd Annual Meeting Mechanics Society.
16 - Judge MORRIS acquits Sir. W. D. REID in the Coaker Criminal Liable Suit
17 - Schooner Wynott total loss at Hermitage.
18 - 112th Annual Meeting B. I. S.
Methodist Convention opens at Gower Street Church.
19 - Capt. ROGERS and wrecked crew of schr. Lottie Silver arrive
S.S. Florizel arrives with a case of Smallpox aboard.
Sale of Molasses regulated by Board of food Control
20 - Whole holiday and one of the severest storms on record.
Schooner Bessie total wreck at Point La Haye
Draft which left St. John's January 29th arrives in England.
21 - Another attempt at Voluntary Enlistment decided by Government and Recruiting Committee.
Hockey games. Windsor and St. John's, Home team wins by 7 goals to 2
24 - Florizel wrecked of Cappahayden: 94 lost 44 saved.
27 - Canadian steamer Acadia recently reported as disable in Placentia Bay, given up as lost.

MARCH

1 - Annual Meeting C. R. I.
Announced Capt. CHAMBERS, well known Liner Captain, received D. S. O.
2 - Florizel Marine Court of Enquiry appointed.
3 - Memorial Services for Florizel victims in City Churches.
4 - Heaviest snow storm for season.
10 - Rt. Rev. Bishop WHITE consecrated by Archbishop of Halifax and Bishop of Quebec, Montreal and Ottawa.
11 - Sealing fleet leaves.
Luncheon to and Reception by visiting Prelates
Severe 80 miles an hour storm.
12 - Accident to Gas plant cause suspension of Daily Papers. Herald only publishes
13 - War Bread Exhibition
Annual Meeting Masonic Club.
14 - Carnival at Prince Rink.
O.B.E. Honour List published, P. T. McGRATH Knighted, J. A. CLIFT C. B .E.
16 - Rescued crew abandoned Progressa II, which left port on Thursday, brought in by an oil tanker.
Worst storm for half century.
Cpt. J. NUNNS invested with M. C. at Buckingham Palace.
17 - Enthronement installation and Induction of Bishop WHITE.
18 - Installation Tasker Lodge A.F. & A. M
19 - S.S. Batiscan, Capt. SCANLAN, reported lost with all hands off Yarmouth, N.S.
20 - Royal Newfoundland Regiment's services at Ypres and Arras. Warmly commended in War Cabinet report.
25 - Capt. MOORE and crew of the Maid of Harlech, torpedoed in the Mediterranean, reach the city.
26 - S.S. Sable I., Capt. FRAQUHAR, first arrival for three successive years, 11,260 Seals.
Annual Meeting and Shore workers Union.
27 - Industrial Workers at Reid-Nfld. Co. Strike.
28 - S.S. Fogota, Capt. DALTON arrives 9,303 seals
S.S. Eagle, Capt. E. BISHOP arrives 20,375 seals
29 - S.S. Erik, Capt. John PARSONS, arrives 14,979 seals
30 - May-o-Lind appeal
31 - S.S. Thitis, Capt. W. WINDSOR arrives with 16,875 seals
S.S. Diana, Capt. Jacob KEAN, arrives with 13,118 seals.
S.S. Terra Nova, Capt. Abram KEAN, arrives with 20,297 seals.

APRIL

1 - Strike at Anglo-American Bakery
Miss Armorel HARRIS appeals for "A Shower of Scoks."
Grand Jury returns "No Bill" in Coaker-Reid Criminal Libel Case.
News received that crew of schr. Archie Crowell, Capt. Sam TAYLOR, over 100 days out has arrived at Monte Video.
S.S. Seal, Capt. RANDELL, arrives at Harbour Grace with 11,682 seals.
3 - Grand Black Chapter., L. O. A. opens at Curling.
Presentation Convent Bazaar opened by Archbishop ROCHE.
Recruiting campaign opens in Casino, H. E. the Governor presiding.
4 - Annual Meeting M. C. L. L.
5 - S.S. Kite, Capt. A PARSONS arrives at Harbour Grace, with 3,069 seals.
6 - S. S. Diana, Capt. Jacob KEAN sails on second trip- the first for many years-with 80 men.
Captain and crew of schr., Moran, lost on way to Barbados, reach St. John's.
7 - S.S. Neptune, Capt. George BARBOUR, arrives with 14,428 seals
S. S. Ranger , Capt. S. R. WINSOR arrives with 12,177 seals.
9 - Baron MORRIS takes his seat in the House of Lords
10 - American Night at Cochrane Street Church.
Annual Easter Meeting Cathedral Parish.
12 - Soldiers Day Mammoth procession.
Announced Private Moyle STICK escaped from Germany.
Government prohibits unmarried men between 20 and 35 leaving the country.
15 - Strike of Reid-Nfld employees called off.
16 - Annual session Grand Lodge S.U.F. meets at Harbour Grace and declares for Selective Conscription J. T. PHILIPS, Grand Master.
17 - Elliston sealers numbering 21 adrift on ice, reach safety.
L. C. A. S. Sale at Crosbie Hotel.
22 - Executive Committee Diocesan Synod endorses Conscription.
Presbyterian Session declares for conscription.
23 - Legislature opened by Governor HARRIS, Hon. W. J. HIGGINS Speaker.
Trinity College of Music results publisher.
Annual Meeting Baseball League.
Wesleyan Theological Collegge, Montreal confers D. D. degree on Rev. Jabez SAINT.
25 - Annual Festival Girls' Friendly Society.
Annual C. L. B. Presentation
Secret session of Legislature.
27 - S.S. Viking, Capt. W. BARTLETT, arrives with 861 seals.
S.S. Diana, Capt Jacob KEAN, arrives with 2,827 seals.
Government closes Plaindealer Office on account of anti-Conscription articles.
29 - Installation Shannon chapter, A. F. & A.M. , R.N.S.
30 - Hon. D. A. RYAN gazetted M. D. C.
"Sunset, Pantaloon and Rosalind " at the Casino.

MAY

3 - Meeting of Civil Servants, at the T. A. Armoury to demand increased Salaries.
Governor gives formal assent to Daylight Saving Bill.
Newfoundland Regiment, withdrawn from the 29th Division because of absence of reserves.
4 - Liverpool Chamber of Commerce presents Newfoundland with an aeroplane for use in the war.
5 - S.S. Louisburg coal-laden lost in St. Mary's Bay.
6 - "The Sorcerer" at the Casino.
7 - Corporal Moyle STICK, escaped from Germany, returns.
11 - Parliament extension bill passes the Legislative Council.
Minister CASHIN's 10th and 6 1/2 million budget introduced.
Military Service Board appointed.
12 - First Aid classes formed by returned soldiers.
13 - Patriotic Association meets, H. E.
Sir C. Alex HARRIS elected President.
Income Tax proposals introduced in Assembly.
14 S.S. Ethie ashore at Mistaken Point.
15 - Dr. J. S. TAIT lectures on Child Health and Welfare in College Hall.
Minister of Militia BENNETT leaves for England.
King vs. DOOLEY for murder, Jury disagrees.
16 - Increased postage rate come into operation, also War Telegram Stamps.
17 - War Veterans Association demand return of Minister of Militia, in view of Conscription.
18 - Industrial Worker, M. J. JAMES, Editor, issues first number.
20 - Returned Soldiers Association adopt Constitution.
Sir Edger BOWRING and Mrs. J. S. MUNN purchase Steer's Farm and property on Long Pond road for presentation to C of E as Orphanage.
S. S. Ethie refloated and towed to Trepassey.
22 - First Press dinner at Government House.
C. L .B. Annual Indoor Sports.
23 - Red Cross Tag Day
24 - Empire Day.
25 - Daily News announces appointment of Premier LLOYD to Privy Council.
S. S. Ethie returns from Trepassey under her own steam
27 - Major BUCHAN, C. E. F. lectures in Grenfell hall on "The re-establishment of discharged soldiers in civil life"
28 - Forizel Enquiry Judgement of Judge BLACKWOOD published, Captain's Certificate as Master suspended for 21 months.
Schooner Commander of Great Burin lost at Port au Port.
30 - Office of Daily Star raided and plant closed down under War Measure Act.
31 - Announced that new schooner Ruth Hickman, 20 days outward bound from Cadiz torpedoed.

JUNE

4 - W. M. S. Convention at Gower Street.
COADY estate presented to Methodist college by C. P.AYRE, Esq.
6 - Daily Star wins case against Government for suppression under War Measures Act.
7 - Corporal Moyle STICK and Captain Kevin KEEGAN, M.C. and Bar, lecture in Casino on Escape from Germany and Monchy.
10 - Daily Star resumes publication after suspension.
Monsignor DIMARIA succeeds His Excellency Mgr. STANGNI, as Apostolic Delegate for Canada and Newfoundland.
Governor HARRIS inspects troops at Fort William.
12 - SQUIRES vs. Union Publishing Co. Verdict to plaintiff $250.00 and costs.
Clift Lodge, A.F. & A.M. Bell Island, Installation.
17 - Mount Allison Quartette at College Hall.
18 - Newfoundland Victory Loan launched.
Corporal Moyle STICK at Methodist College Hall.
Annual meeting Football League
19 - Baseball season opens.
Life Insurance Men form Association C. A.C. BRUCE first President.
Newfoundland Society established in Chicago.
21 - Y. M. C. A. Initiation meeting in Grenfell Hall
24 - Installation Avalon Lodge A. F. & A. M.
26 - Methodist Conference opens, Rev. Dr. CURTIS elected President.
Annual Meeting District Grand, Grand Lodge A. F. &. A. M. R. E.
27 - Royal Geographical Society awards the Admiral Sir George Bach medal to Captain R. A. BARTLETT.
30 - Memorial service in city churches.

JULY

1 - Commemoration Day, Mammoth Parade.
Ordination service Gower Street Methodist Church.
Recreation Hut opened.
2 - Diocesan Synod opened by Bishop WHITE.
4 - Rev. Prof. FALCONER lectures on Jerusalem.
6 - Editor of Daily News leaves as Representative of Newfoundland Press on tour of Britain and Western Front.
8 - Diocesan Synod declares in favour of Compulsory Education.
Installation Atlantic Lodge, I. O. O. F.
Summer School for Teachers opens.
9 - Corporal SHEA lectures in the Casino on Newfoundland's as part in the battle of the Somme.
His Excellency and Miss HARRIS at Bonavista.
10 - Food restriction comes into effect.
11 - Motor Association formed, F. W. AYRE, Esq. , President.
14 - L.O.A. Anniversary Service at Wesley Church.
15 - Holyrood R. C. Church destroyed by fire.
16 - French Red Cross Night at Bannerman Park.
18 - Annual Meeting and Re-union of St. Bon's Alumni Association.
26 - Patriotic association Meets.
27 - C. C. C. in camp at Bell Island.
31 - C. L. B. in camp at Topsail.
Mount Cashel Garden Party
Decoration for Newfoundland and Anzac Galipoli troops, approved by King George.

AUGUST

2 - Professor JUDD, M. A., of Columbia University address Board of Trade on Education.
4 - Church of St. Edward, Kelligrews, dedicated by Archbishop ROCHE.
Remembrance Day. Fourth anniversary of outbreak of war.
5 - Gower Street, Epworth League reception to Rev. E. W. FORBES, M. A., B.D.
6 - Schr. Gladys J. Hollett of Burin torpedoed off LaHarve, N.S., crew saved.
7 - C. L.B. Camp Day Sports.
8 - Second draft of Blue Puttees return on furlough.
12 - Food Controller H. B. THOMPSON of Canada launched by Board of Trade at Woods, Lectures at night at Casino.
16 - Victory Loan figurers announced total subscribed, 3,509,000 by 1,838 persons.
19 - S.S. Kite, Capt. HOUSE, total wreck off Gaspe coast.
23 - Mass Labour meeting in Casino, Addressed by Visiting Delegates BASTINE and MOORE.
24 - S.S. Erik, Capt. LANE, torpedoed 70 miles N. W. by N. of Gallantry Head, St. Pierre, Crew saved.
Schr. Bianca, Capt. BURKE, raided by Huns off Saembro. Crew saved, and Ship afterwards towed to Halifax.
29 - Colonel and Mrs. OTWAY, S. A. Leave for Toronto.
Rev. Bro. CASHMAN, Principal of Mount Cashel, leaves for Seattle.
30 - Captain Aine MEYER and crew of Norwegin steamer Bergsdalers, torpedoed 120 miles off Cape Race, reach St. John's.
31 - Colonel and Mrs. ADBY, S. A., installed.

SEPTEMBER

2 - S. A. Congress opens.
4 - Sunshine entertainment at Vigornia.
8 - St. Joseph's School, Hoyles-town open by Archbishop ROCHE.
Flower Service at C. of E. Cemetery.
9 - Crew of torpedoed "Fisherman" reach Carbonear.
10 - Community Nurse ROGERS addresses meeting at Casino.
12 - Annual Meeting, Journeymen Coopers Union
14 - S. S. Gordon C. destroyed by fire in Baccalieu tickle.
19 - Lord NORTHCLIFFE addresses Nfld. Forestry Companies at Kenmore Camp, Scotland.
Schr. Armorel launched at Harbour Grace.
22 - Rev. W. H. THOMAS, Congregational Church, with family, leaves for Toronto.
"Million Dollars for Missions" campaign inaugurated in Methodist Churches of Canada and Newfoundland.
24 - Major KENNEDY, R. A. F., lectures on Aviation in the College Hall.
Railway Tragedy at Mount Moriah, Curling. One Killed.
Knights of Columbus Installation.
26 - Annual Meeting, Ladies' Khaki Guild.

OCTOBER

1 - S.S. Fiona sold to James BAIRD Ltd. for $13,500.
3 - Increase of Civil Service salaries announced.
Annual Meeting, Llewellyn Club.
Mrs. Charlotte HOUNSELL, Nipper Harbour, reaches her 100th birthday.
4 - More O.B.E. decorations announced, Hon. M. P. CASHIN, Knighted.
6 - Silver Jubilee of Rev. Bro. STRAPP.
7 - Golden Wedding of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. BRADSHAW.
Annual meeting Truckmen's Union.
9 - Annual Meeting St. Margaret's Guild.
11 - Prohibition Enforcement Committee formed.
12 - N. I. W. A. Co-Operative Store opened.
Annual Meeting Newfoundland Teachers' Association.
13 - Spanish Influenza epidemic. All Schools, Assemblies and Theatres Closed.
Convent of St. Edward opened at Bell Island by Archbishop ROCHE.
14 - William SNOW arrested for manslaughter of John JEANS.
Star Hall, Bell Island, opened by Archbishop ROCHE.
15 - Governor leaves, Sir. W. H. HORWOOD, Administrator.
19 - Presentation to District Inspector PEET from R. N. C. on his removal to Curling.
20 - Corner Stone of St. Francis Church Outer Cove, laid by Archbishop ROCHE.
Churches closed on account of Influenza.
21 - Premier Rt. Hon W. F. LLOYD returns from England.
24 - Capt. Abraham KEAN and the late Capt. Joe KEAN's appointment as Skippers in the Royal Naval Reserve announced.
30 - S. S. Beverley enquiry opens.
31 - Cornerstone Bonavista Methodist Church laid by Mr. Charles SAINT the oldest Church member.

NOVEMBER

6 - Erna disaster Committee meets, J. C. HEPBURN elected Hon. Secretary, Vice G. C. FEARN resigned.
C. H. TRANFIELD, Heart's Content, appointed General Superintendent over all Newfoundland cables controlled by Western Union.
7 - Verdict for Daily Star in its libel case against the Advocate.
Corner stone of St. Agnes Church, Pouch Cove, laid by Archbishop ROCHE.
12 - Peace celebration in Newfoundland. Public Holiday proclaimed, Military parade in the morning and monster great War Veterans Parade at night.
14 - Government Dinner to officers and men of the Regiment.
Tidal wave at Channel.
Washout on the railway.
16 - Governor HARRIS returns after a five week flying visit to England.
Numerous Constabulary promotions, where Constables PEET, NEWHOOK and SHEPPARD appointed District Inspectors.
17 - Churches re-open after Spanish Influenza epidemic.
Thanksgiving services at all churches.
C. L. B. Anniversary Parade 20 years.
19 - Golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert PARSONS, Bear's Cove, Harbour Grace.
KLARK-URHAN company opens Casino.
20 - Ferryland R. C. Presbytery destroyed by fire.
21 - Golden wedding of Capt. Joe and Mrs. RANDELL at Port Rexton
24 - Honour Roll unveiled at Gower St. Methodist Church by E. P. PETERS, Esq.
25 - S. S. Seal on last trip for season returns from Labrador.
Coastal steamer Susu wrecked at Pilley's Island.
26 - Father Mathew celebration.
Crew of wrecked steamer Caspedia landed at Plymouth
28 - Sir Michael CASHIN's dinner, Smithville
30 - Eightieth birthday anniversary of the Rev. Dr. COWPERTHWAITE whom the press and citizens merited tributes.
Imperial Service Medal presented at Government house to E. GARDNER of Petley, Trinity Bay, a veteran school teacher.
Last day for the unrestricted portation of Bay Rum.

DECEMBER

1 - Cochrane St. Centennial Church Whirlwind campaign exceeds $12,000.
2 - Installation St. Andrews Lodge A. F. &. A . M.
Annual meeting, Curling Club.
4 - Annual meeting, Royal Order Lodge, L.O. A.
5 - Annual meeting, Leeming Lodge, L.O.A.
St. Patrick's sale closes
7 - Schr. Mary Lloyd, Captain PENNY, reported burnt at sea.
8 - Annual meeting, T. A. & B. A. Society
Conception Council Knight's of Columbus formed at Bell Island.
9 - Crown vs. ROSE for manslaughter case dismissed.
Announced Schooner Succe, Capt. RAFUSE from Marytown, lost whilst entering Oporto.
Annual meeting, Rose and Sharon, R. B. P., L.O.A.
St. Margaret's Sale.
10 - F. P. U. Convention at Catalina, O. B. E. decorations presented to Government House.
Schooner Paragon, Capt. KEAN, reported abandoned in Mid-ocean, Crew saved.
11 - Congregational Church Sale
N. I. W. A. Sale
Schooner Eva C., Capt. KEAN, from Cadiz to St. John's, abandoned in mid-ocean. Crew picked up by S.S. War Cob
12 - Evening Herald office destroyed by fire Loss $50,000.
Highlanders Annual "At Home".
Annual meeting, Ladies Curling Club.
Major R. F. GOODRIDGE succeeds Lieut. Colonel R. G. RENDELL as C. O. of the C. L. B.
14 - Schooner Winifred of Grand Bank wrecked Crew saved.
Teacher's conference at Bay Roberts.
16 - Bowring's Bakery Strike settled
17 - Schooner Donald Hollett of Burin reported abandoned at sea.
19 - Second lecture by War Correspondent McKENZIE.
20 - Schooner Pauline Martin, Cadiz from St. John's, reported abandoned in Mid-Ocean.
21 - Newfoundland Press dine "Chester" McKENZIE at Wood's Restaurant
S. S. Corsican arrives with 250 war veterans.
22 - Methodist Church at Carmanville destroyed by fire.
24 - Edward DOYLE, Registrar General, retires, William MARTIN succeeds him.
26. - S. S. Trevanion and S. S. Rosnoke in collision off Cape Race.
27 - Spanish Brgtn. Andreas Roca abandoned off Cape Race.
Private R. T. RICKETTS, of Middle Arm, White Bay, awarded the Victoria Cross, Distinguished Conduct Medal and the French Corix de Guerre.
S. S. Trevanion reaches St. John's.
Installation of St. John's Lodge, A. F. & A. M.
28 - Annual meeting, Grenfell Association.
29 - Resignation of Major Monigomerie MacPHERSON and PATERSON from Militia Department announced.

HEROES WHO ARE MISSING

There are still 142 recorded missing of whom no definite tidings have been received. The names with the date are attached.

ADAMS, WILLIAM, Arnold's Cove, April 14, 1917

BISHOP, CALEB G., Mundy Pond Road, April 14, 1917
BENNETT, PETER F., Field Street, April 14, 1917.
BOYD, ALPHONSO, Tizzard Harbour, April 14, 1917
BOLAND, GEORGE E., Woody Island, P. B., April 14, 1917.
BOOTH, JOHN, Peterhead, Scotland, April 14, 1917.
BESON, PATRICK, Joe Batt's Arm, April 14, 1917.
BENNETT, HECTOR, Stephenville Crossing, April 14, 1917
BENOIT, WALTER, Stephenville Crossing, April 14, 1917
BLACKMORE, EDGAR, Pilley's Island, April 14, 1918
BUTLER, JAMES, Shoal Harbour, April 14, 1917
BABSTOCK, JOSEPH, Salvage, Dec. 3, 1917
BARTER, ALEXANDER, South Side, Sept. 29, 1917
BUCKLEY, JAMES, Botwood, Oct. 25, 1918

CRANE, NATHANIEL, Lance Corporal, Upper Island Cove, April 14, 1917
CRANDFORD, JAMES F., Gilbert Street, April 14, 1917
CAKE, ALFRED E., Cabot Street, April 14, 1917.
CLARKE, WALTER J., Springdale, April 14, 1917
COLLINS, G. W., Balsam Street, April 14, 1917
CRANE, JOSEPH, Tilton, April 14, 1917
COLBOURNE, B. S., Lance Corporal, Bishop Falls, April 14, 1917
CROCKER, Job, Heart's Delight, April 14, 1917
CONNORS, DANIEL F., Pouch Cove, April 14, 1917
CARROLL, BERNARD, Corporal, M.M., Conche, April 14, 1917.
CLARKE, WILLIAM, Kearley's Harbour, T.B., April 14, 1917
CURTIS, ARCHIBALD, King's Cove, April 14, 1917
CROUCHER, JAMES E., Point Verde, P.B., November 20, 1917
COUGHIAN, LOUIS, Sergeant, St. John's, April 14, 1917

DONNELLY, WILLIAM, Wickford Street, April 14, 1917
DICKS, BENJAMIN, Burgeo, April 14, 1917
DAVEY, CHARLES, Freshwater Road, April 13, 1918
DICKS, ALMER, Harbour Buffett, October 25, 1918

ELLSWORTH, JOHN T., Carmanville, April 14, 1917
EDDY, ALONZO, Carmenville, April 14, 1917
EDENS, LEONARD, Lieutenant, Queen's Road, March 18, 1918

FRAMPTON, HARRY, Grand Falls, April 14, 1917
FOLLETT, ALBERT E., Grand Beach, April 14, 1917
FRANCIS, ALBERT E., Hermitage, April 14, 1917
FUDGE, JEREMIAH, Pass Island, April 14, 1917
FREW, MACINTOSH, Corporal, Grand Falls, April 14, 1917
FLEMING, RICHARD, Bell Island, April 23, 1917

GARDINERE, CYRIL British Harbour, D. C. M. and Bar, April 14, 1917
GOSSE, THOMAS J., Lance Corporal, Torbay, April 14, 1917
GROVES, DANIEL, Goose Bay, Rigolet, April 14, 1917
GEAR, JAMES J., Flower Hill, April 14, 1917

HODDINOTT, LUDWIG D., Sergeant, Greenspond, April 14, 1917
HEALEY, JOHN J., Cookstown Road, April 14, 1917
HEWLETT, ARMINUS, La Scie, April 14, 1917
HOLLETT, GEORGE, Burin North, April 14,1917
HOLMES, AUBREY, Springdale, April 14, 1917
HUSSEY, HAROLD, Duckworth St., April 14, 1917
HARVEY, CHARLES, Carew Street, April 14, 1917
HEARN, AUGUSTINE, Signal Hill Road, April 14, 1917
HARRIS, WILLIAM C., Brooklyn B. B., April 14, 1917
HAYNES, LEMUEL E., Indian Islands, Fogo, April 14, 1917
HARDING, ERNEST N., Little Bay, Fortune Bay, April 14, 1917
HALLIDAY, ABLE, Britannia Cove, April 14, 1917
HYNES, WILLIAM P., St. Brendan's, April 14. 1917
HALFYARD, WALLACE, Bonne Bay, October 3, 1918
HOBBS, CHARLES, Redcliffe, B.B., October 20, 1918
HANNON, RICHARD JOSEPH, Marystown, October 20,1918

IVANY, WILLIAM G., Lance Corporal, Jamestown, B.B., April 14, 1917
IVANY, JOHN A., Charlton Street, December 3, 1917

JACKMAN, ARTHUR J., Corporal, Angel Place, April 14, 1917
JOHNSON, GEORGE, Trouty, T. B., April 14, 1917
JAMES, CHARLES, North East Arm, Valleyfield, October 25, 1918

KEEPING, JAMES G., Scilly Cove, Fortune Bay, April 14, 1917
KEATS, WILLIAM, Goodview Street, April 14, 1917
KAVANAGH, EDWARD, York Street, April 14, 1917
KING, WILLIAM J., New Bonaventure, April 14, 1917
KNOWLING, WILLIAM A., Little River, April 14, 1917
KEEFE, ALOYSIUS, East Arm, Placentia, April 14, 1917
KEAN, WALLACE, Troytown, B.B., April 14, 1917

LEONARD, JAMES, British Harbour, April 14, 1917
LeDREW, HERBERT, British Harbour, April 14, 1917

MIFFLIN, CHESLEY, Corporal, Spaniard's Bay April 14, 1917
MERCER, WILLIAM, Harbour Grace, April 14, 1917
MARTIN, RICHARD B., Bell Island, April 14, 1917
MOOLTON, HERBERT, Loon's Cove, Burin, April 14, 1917
MESHER, CHARLES A., Mud Lake, Labrador, April 14, 1917
MARKS, LEVI, Sandy Point, Burin, April 14, 1917
MERCER, PERCY, Bay Roberts, April 14, 1917
MADORE, GEORGE A., Bay of Islands, April 14, 1917
MURRAY, ARCHIBALD, Adams Cove, April 14, 1917
MANUEL, ARTHUR, Botwood, August 22, 1917
MOSHER, GEORGE, Fortune, October 25, 1918

NEVILLE, WILLIAM J., Young Street, April 14, 1918
NORMORE, LEVIE, Cutwell Harbour, April 14, 1917
NEWELL, KENNETH S., Bareneed, April 14, 1917
NEVILLE, RICHARD, M.M., Topsail Road, April 14, 1917

OUTERBRIDGE, NORMAN, 2nd Lieut., St. John's, April 14, 1917
O'BRIEN, JAMES J., Topsail, April 14, 1917
O'ROURKE, JOHN, Bay Roberts, April 14, 1917
O'NEIL, LEO, Duckworth Street, September 29, 1918

PENNEY, ARTHUR J., Company Sergeant Major, English Harbour, April 14, 1917
PRETTY , JOHN, Chapel Arm, T. B., April 14, 1917
PENTON, IGNATIUS, Joe Batt's Arm, April 14, 1917
PENNEY, ALEXANDER, Alexander Bay, April 14, 1917
PENNELL, CHARLES, Curling, April 14, 1917
PALFREY, PATRICK, Gilmore Street, April 14, 1917
PIERCEY, BERKELEY, Hopeall, T. B., April 14, 1917
POWER, FRANCIS, Signal Hill Road, April 14, 1917
PATEY, WILLIAM W., St. Anthony's Bight, April 14, 1917
PEARCE, HECTOR, Clarenville, April 14, 1917
POWER, NICHOLAS J., Argentia, September 29, 1918
POWER, JAMES M., Harbour Grace, October 25, 1918

ROWSELL, REGINALD, Captain, M.C., Bonavista, April 14, 1917
RIDEOUT, THOMAS, Grand Falls, April 14, 1917
RIELLY, PETER, Corbin, Burin, April 14, 1917
RYAN, BERNARD, John Street, April 14 , 1917
ROSE, GEORGE, Burgeo, April 14, 1917
RING, THOMAS J., Mullock Street, April 14, 1917
ROWSELL, GORDON, Exploits, April 14, 1917
ROSE, PETER, Twillingate, April 14, 1917
RICHARDS, DAVID, Little Braha, April 14, 1917
ROSE, JOHN, Murray Street, April 23, 1917
RIDEOUT, GARLAND, Newtown, April 14, 1917
ROBERTS, FRANK, Lance Corporal, Wild Bight, Green Bay March 14 1918
RICKS, SIMON, Sopp's Arm, St. Barbe, September 29, 1918

SMITH, SAMUEL R., 2nd Lieut, Harbour Breton, April 14, 1917
SHARRAN, NELSON, Corporal, Point Leamington, April 14, 1917
STONE, HENRY, Old Bonaventure, April 14, 1917
ST. JOHN, JOHN, Pennywell Road, April 14, 1917
SINNOTT, SYLVESTER, Mullock Street, April 14, 1917
STEAD, JABEZ, Musgravetown, April 14, 1917
SMITH, WILLIAM H., Swift Current, P. B., April 14 ,1917
STRATTEN, FRED, Valleyfield, April 14, 1917
SENIOR, RALPH, Flat Islands, Placentia Bay, October 25, 1918
SIMMS, HENRY, Pilley's Island, October 25, 1918

TILLEY, HENRY, Lance Corporal, Pennywell Road, April 14, 1917
TAYLOR, E. FRED, Lance Corporal, Maxse Street, April 14, 1917
TAYLOR RICHARD H., Maxse Street, April 14, 1917
THOMAS, FREDERICK G., Hayward Avenue, April 14, 1917
TUCKER, JOSHUA, Winterton, April 14, 1917
TULK, RALPH, Ladle Cove, Fogo, October 14, 1918
TRASK, HERBER, Elliston, October 25, 1918

VAUGHAN, JOSEPH P., Leslie Street, April 14, 1917
VOKEY, HERBERT, Little Harbour, Trinity Bay, April 14, 1917

WILLS, CLARENCE, Harbour Grace, April 14, 1917
WAY, NORMAN, Bonavista, April 14, 1917
WOOLRIDGE, JAMES R., Trinity, April 14, 1917
WEBB, LEONARD. Victoria Cove, Gander Bay, October 20,1918

LIST OF HONOURS

(Those marked with an asterisk * are Newfoundlanders in other Regiments by His Majesty King George)

The title of Royal has been conferred upon the Newfoundland Regiment by His Majesty King George.

VICTORIA CROSS,

Lieut.-Col, James FORBES-ROBERTSON, V.C., D.S.O., M.C.
Private R. T. RICKETTS, V.C., D.C.M., Croix de Guerre.

DISTINGUISHED SERVICE ORDER

* Lieut.-Col. Wm. Hodgson FRANKLIN.
*Major WIGHTON.
Lieut.-Col. FORBES-ROBERTSON.
* Lieut.-Colonel Charles A. PETERS, M. R.C.S., L. R.C.P., C. A. M. C..
Capt. BUTLER, M.C. and Bar.
*Lieut. Col. Henry SHEA, R. A. M. C.
Lieut.-Col. WOODRUFFE.
MILITARY CROSS

Captain James John DONNELLY.
Captain Bertram BUTLER and Bar.
Surgeon-Captain William H. PARSONS, R.A.M.C.
Major Adolph Ernest BERNARD.
Captain John Brine MITCHELL.
Major Weston MARCH.
Captain Arthur RALEY.
Captain Reginald S. ROWSELL.
Second Lieut. Gerald Guy BYRNE.
*Major Alexander M. JACKSON.
Captain James W. TACHER, R. A. M. C.
Captain Rupert Wilfred BARTLETT and Bar.
Lieutenant Kevin Joseph KEEGAN and Bar.
Lieut.-Colonel FORBES-ROBERTSON
Lieutenant Michael HARVEY.
*Private Michael HARVEY.
Captain R. Grant PATERSON and Bar.
* Lieutenant John A. McGRATH.
Lieutenant Ronald AYRE, R. F. C. (Captain)
Captain Bert TAIT.
Captain Joseph NUNNS.
Second Lieutenant HICKS.
Second Lieutenant CHAFE.
*Lieut. A. R. BATSON.
Lieut. Stanley GOODYEAR (Posthumous)
* Captain Charles FENWICK, C. A. M. C.
Second Lieutenant G. WHITTY.
Captain Herbert RENDELL.
Lieut. James MIFFLEN.
Captain John CLIFT.
* Capt. H. R. OKE, Royal Scots.
*Lieut. Gerald GOUGHLAN, M.M.
Capt. Charles FROST.
Second Lieutenant Harry WILLIAMSON
Second Lieutenant Albert TAYLOR, D. C. M., M.C., and Bar.

DISTINGUISHED SERVICE CROSS

*Lieutenant-Commander John T. RENDELL, R.N. R.
*Lieutenant A. G. DODMAN, R. N. R.
Arthur SOMERTON, Bell Island.

DISTINGUISHED SERVICE MEDAL

Leander GREEN, R.N.R.
Albert GREGORY, R.N.R.
Martin POTTLE, R.N.R.

DISTINGUISHED CONDUCT MEDAL

Sergeant William Martin GREENE
Private Richard HYNES.
*Sergeant Albert George DUFFETT.
Private William J. GLADNEY
Sergeant Peter SAMSON.
Sergeant Cyril GARDNER and Bar (Second Lieutenant)
Lance Corporal William BENOIT.
*Company Sergt. Major Arthur HANDCOCK.
Private Martin PICCO.
*Sergeant William LEWIS
Sergeant T. J. DUNPHY.
Corporal H. R. RAYNES.
Sergeant MURPHY.
Sergeant SPURRELL
Sergeant PURCELL.
Corporal HOLLETT.
Private SUTTON.
Company Sergeant Major Albert E. JANES.
Sergeant Albert DAVIS.
Sergeant Leo J. FITZPATRICK.
Pte. Thomas PITTMAN.
Sergt. Ernest GULLICKSEN.
* Pte. William J. RUSSELL
Sergt. Major Albert TAYLOR, M. C. and Bar.
Sergt. Albert ROSE, M.M.
Sergt. Reginald STANFORD.
Private Richard POWERS.
Private James O'QUINN.
Corporal C. S. CARTER.
Private Wm. ANTHONY.
Private R. T. RICKETS, V.C., Croix de Guerre.

MILITARY MEDAL

*Corporal George Tremaine COWAN.
Private Stewart DEWLING.
Lance Corporal John COX.
Private George PHILLIPS.
Private Thomas White McGRATH.
Second Lieutenant Harold George BARRETT.
Corporal John Joseph MORRISSEY.
Private Matthew COLLINS.
*Sergeant Ralph LEWIS.
Sergeant Richard NEVILLE.
Lance Corporal Arthur WEBBER.
Private Alfred MANUEL.
Private David BROWN.
Private Oliver GOODLAND.
Private Bernard CARROLL.
Private J. P. LEWS.
Private J. P. LEWIS
Sergeant A. GOOBY.
Sergeant J. R. WATERFIELD.
Sergeant Charles PARSONS, and Bar.
Corporal J. HELLIER.
Lance Corporal W. PITCHER.
Private D. W. CURRAN.
Private J. HOUNSELL.
Private S. ROSE.
Lance Corporal Harold LIDSTONE.
Lance Corporal Thomas Joseph HACKETT.
Corporal F. G. BEST
Sergeant A. HAMMOND
Lance Corporal John ROSE
Private J. H. SIMMS
Private Patrick O'NEIL
Private George MULLETT and Bar
Private Arthur MURRAY
Private Thomas J. MEANEY
Private John J. PEDDELL
Private H. SPURRELL
Private E. WISEMAN
Private Frank DAWE
Private George B. LACEY
Corporal Gerald COUGHLAN
Sergeant AITKEN and Bar
Sergeant BOUTCHER
Corporal BUTLER
Corporal TANSLEY
Corporal FITZPATRICK.
Lance Corporal NICHOL
Lance Corporal PAFFORD
Private Lex ADAMS and Bar.
Private ABBOTT.
Private BOWDEN.
Private BULGIN.
Private MOORE.
Private McDONALD.
Private GOUDIE and Bar.
Private DAVIS.
Lance Corporal DUNN.
Private HENNEBURRY
Private PADDICK.
Private REES
Private JEWER.
*Sergeant T. MORIARITY.
*Private Alfred ANDREWS.
Sergeant M. G. WINTER.
Corporal E. B. CHEESEMAN
Corporal Edward JOY and Bar.
Corporal J. J. COLLINS
Lance Corporal T. COOK.
Private L. MOORE
Private J. LOVELESS.
Private J. HENNEBURY
Private H. DIBBIN.
Private W. FOWLOW.
Private t. A. PITTMAN.
Corporal Ralph B. LeDREW.
Private J. G. HAGEN and Bar.
Private Henry KNEE,
Private Pierce POWER.
Private Alfred J. STACEY.
Private Manuel J. BENNETT.
Sergeant Charles CURNEW.
Lance Corporal Matthew BRAZIL
Lance Corporal Peter SULLIVAN
Private Freeman BENDELL
Private John GOSS
Private William Roy SAUNDERS
Private Henry SNOW
Private Gordon THOMAS
Private Samuel WHITE
Private Matthew YETMAN
Sergeant Gregory GREEN
Corporal William JOY
Lance Corporal John O'ROURKE
Lance Corporal N. L. WOOLFREY
Private James MOONEY
Private Michael WALSH
Private Bramwell REID
Private Newman GOUGH
Late Private Albert LEE
Private John MURPHY
Corporal T. C. MEW
Private Andrew SMITH
Private Heber TRASK
Private Edward O'BRIEN
Private William KING
Private Maurice POWER
Private Richard POWER, D. C. M.

BELGIAN CROIX DE GUERRE

Sergt. Thos. J DUNPHY, D. C. M.
Corp Levi HOLLETT, D. C. M.
Private William SUTTON, D. C. M

CROIX DE GUERRE, FRANCE

Major Weston MARCH
Major A. E. BERNARD
Corporal H. R. RAYNES
Capt. Victor Sydney BENNETT, R. A. F.
Private R. T. RICKETTS, V.C., D. C. M.

RUSSIAN MEDAL OF ST. GEORGE

3rd. CLASS
Private George PHILLIPS

FRENCH MEDAL

A. MUGFORD, R.N.R.

BRONZE MEDAL ROYAL HUMANE SOCIETY

Lawrence HAYDEN, R.N.R.

ITALIAN BRONZE MEDAL

Private A. WEBBER, M.M.

CAVALIER OF THE ORDER OF THE CROWN OF ITALY

Capt. Rupert W. BARTLETT, M.C. and Bar.

MENTIONED IN DESPATCHES

Private J FITZGERALD
*Corporal James BALDWIN
*Lieut-Col Henry SHEA (twice)
George BOUTCHER, R. N. R.
George BIBNELL R. N. R.
Edgar H. SMITH R. N. R.
William PEDDLE R. N. R.
*Lieut-Col W. H. FRANKLIN, D. S. O.
Thomas PURCELL, R. N. R.
Captain Augustus O'BRIEN
Second Lieutenant W. CLARE
Private J. CAHILL.

THE NEWFOUNDLAND REGIMENT

Lt. Col C. W. WHITTAKER
Regimental Sergeant-Major McKAY
George COBB, R.N.R.
Lieutenant Robert P HOLLOWAY
Sergeant Archibald ASH
Lance Corporal Arthur F JESSEAU
Private Frederick K. O'NEIL
Captain Herbert RENDELL
Q. M. Sergeant NICHOLLE
Edward SOMERTON, R.N.R.
Capt. BUTLER D.S.O., M.C.
2nd Lieut. WATERMAN
Rufus PENNEY, R.N. R.

ROYAL RED CROSS MEDAL

Nurse Isabel HOLDEN


PRISONERS OF WAR FROM REGIMENT AND RESERVE

NAME, RESIDENCE, CAPTURED, TRANSFERRED, REPATRIATED, DIED IN CAPTIVITY

ABBOTT, BELA, POOL'S ISLAND, APR 14,1917, --------, DEC. 1918, --------
ADEY, ALBERT, CLARENVILLE, DEC 3, 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
ANDREWS, HAROLD J, McFARLANE ST., APR 14, 1917, --------, --------
ATWOOD, GEORGE, JAMESTOWN, APR 14, 1917, --------, --------

BAIRD, ALEX M, LIEUT., BRYNMAUR, APR 14, 1917, SWITZERLAND Dec. 1917, Dec. 1918, --------
BAKER, NORMAN, NEWMAN'S COVE, DEC 3 1917, --------, DEC 14 1918, --------
BALL, MATTHEW, EXPLOITS, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
BANNISTER, ISREAL, PORT REXTON, APR 14 1917, SWITZERLAND DEC 1917, NOV 25 1918, --------
BANNISTER, WAITFIELD, CORPORAL,PORT REXTON, APR 14 1917, --------, --------, --------
BARRON, PETE, ST. JOHN'S, JUNE 28 1916, --------, DEC 1, 1918, --------
BASTOW, ALBERT C., PENNYWELL RD., APR 14 1917, --------, --------, APRIL 14 1917
BAULD, JAMES, VICTORIA COVE, APR 14 1917, SWITZERLAND DEC 27, --------, --------
BELBIN, HERBERT, BAY ROBERTS, APR 14 1917, --------, --------, APRIL 14, 1918
BELLOWS, LEVI, SERGT, CURLING, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
BLACKALL, J. F. W., 2nd LIEUT., FOREST ROAD, MAY 21 1917, --------, DEC 2 1918, --------
BLACKHALL, JNO. S., SERGT, PETERHEAD, APR 14 1917, --------, --------, --------
BLAKE, LEVI, FOGO, DEC 3 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
BOLAND, MICHAEL J., DUCKWORTH ST., APR 14 1917, SWITZERLAND DEC. 27 1917, --------, --------
BOONE, LEWIS G., SELDOM COME BY, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 14 1918, --------
BRADBURY, EDGAR J., GOWER ST., APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
BROWN, JOHN W., KING'S COVE, APR 14 1917, --------, --------, BY BOMB APR 1918
BROWN, JOHN W., MUSSEL HR., APR 14 1917, --------, --------, --------
BROWN, ROBERT, GRAND FALLS, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1 1918, --------
BURSEY, WILLIAM F., CAPLIN COVE, JUNE 23 1916, --------, --------, --------
BURTON, SAMUEL, WARD'S HR, --------, --------, DEC 1918,
BUTLER, ERNEST, ST. JOHN'S, APR 14 1917, HOLLAND, JAN 2 1918, --------

CALDWELL, EDWARD S., SERGEANT, BRIGUS, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 14 1918,
CALLAHAN, WILLIAM J., LeMARCHANT RD, APR 14 1917, CHARMES FRANCE DEC 18 1918,--------
CAMPBELL, MICHEAL, CAMPBELL CREEK, DEC 3 1917, --------, DEC 14 1918, --------
CHAYTER, WILLIAM, BOTWOOD, APR 14 1917, --------, --------, --------
CHEATER, REGINALD, GREENSPOND, DEC 3 1917, --------, --------, T.B. APR 20 1918
CLOUSTON, ANDREW, PATRICK ST., APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 14 1918, --------
COURAN, PATRICK M., 2ND LIEUTENANT, BELL ISLAND, APR14 1917, --------, DEC 14 1918, --------
COOK, ELI, PORT REXTON, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
COOMBS, THOMAS, SERGT., SPANIARD'S BAY, JUN 28 1916, --------, DEC 7 1918, --------
COSTELLO, JOHN, SPANIARD'S BAY, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 14 1918, --------
COX, SYDNEY, BANNERMAN ST, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1 1918, --------
CUFF, HEBER, CPL., BONAVISTA, APR 14 1917, --------, --------, --------
CURTIS, VICTOR C., LANCE CORPORAL, BURGEO, APR 14 1917, --------, --------, --------

DALTON, FREDRICK, CONCEPTION, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 14 1918, --------
DAWE, FRANK G CORPL, COLEY'S POINT, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
DAWE, WILFRID, UPPER GULLIES, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
DAY, THOMAS, GANDER BAY, OCT 15 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
DELANEY, BERNARD, GULL ISLAND, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 14 1918, --------
DEMPSTER, JAMES, WATERFORD BRIDGE ROAD, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1 1918, --------
DENNIHY JOHN T, WABANA, APR14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
DIAMOND, FREDERICK W., FLAT ISLAND, APR 14 1917, HOLLAND, JAN2 1918, --------
DICKS, JOHN A., HR. BUFFETT, APR 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
DOODY, MATTHEW A., CORPORAL, CARBONEAR, APR 14 1917, DENMARK, DEC 1918, -------- DUFF, WILLIAM A., --------, --------, DEC 1918, --------, --------
DWYER, MARTIN, BELL ISLAND, APR 14 1917, DEC 1917, --------, --------

EARLES, JAMES, CABOT ST., APR 14 1917, DEC 1917, DEC 1918, --------

FIANDER, NATHAN, CODROY, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
FORTUNE, EDWARD, JEFFERY'S, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
FRAMPTON, WILLIAM J., L CORP, SIGNAL HILL RD, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
FREAKE, FREDERICK, LEWISPORT, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------

GARDNER, FRED J.L., BRITISH HR., APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
GOUDIE, GEORGE, CORPL., GRAND FALLS, APR 14 1917, SWITZERLAND DEC 27, --------, --------
GRACE, WILLIAM A., 2ND LIEUT, KNIGHT ST., APR 14 917, --------, DEC 14 1918, --------
GROUCHY, HORATLE W., POUCH COVE, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------

HALFYARD, STANLEY, RENNIES'S MILL RD, APR 14 1917, --------, --------, --------
HALLETT, JACK, BALSAM ST, APR 14 1917, --------, --------, --------
HANDCOCK, LEWIS, SALVAGE, APR 13 1917, --------, --------, APR 13 1918
HARM, BERTRAM G., CORPL, WESLEYVILLE, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
HARRIS, JOSEPH, GRAND BANK, APR 14 1917, --------, NOV. 29 1918, --------
HARTLEY, ARTHUR P., CORPORAL, ESSEX, ENGLAND, APR 14 1917, --------, NOV. 29 1918, --------
HAYES, PATRICK, BOND ST., APR 14 1917, SWITZERLAND DEC 29, DEC 1 1918, --------
HAYES, PATRICK, BOLLARD TOWN, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1 1918, --------
HEALEY, PHILIP, GRAND FALLS, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1 1918, --------
HEATH, THOMAS, BOTWOOD, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
HENNEBURY, JOHN, QUIDI VIDI, DEC 3 1917, --------, DEC 14 1918, --------
HELLIER, LLEWELLYN, POINT AU GAUL, DEC3 1917, SWITZERLAND DEC 27, --------, JAN 25 1918
HOGAN, BERNARD J., NORTHERN BAY, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
HOGAN, PATRICK, THORBURN RD, MAY 15 1917, --------, DEC 14 1918, --------
HOPPER, SAMUEL, ROCK HR., APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 19 1918, --------
HORWOOD, ALBERT, HARBOUR GRACE, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
HOWLETT, PIERRE, BAY BULLS RD, APR 13 1918, --------, --------, --------
HUDSON, LEWIS G., ADAM'S COVE, APR 14 1917, --------, --------, --------
HURLEY, ROBERT J., MURPHY'S SQUIRE, APR 14 1917, --------, --------, T.B. APRIL 3 1918
HUSSEY, JAS H., LANCE CORPORAL, BUNYAN'S COVE, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
HYNES, FRANK, BAY L'ARGENT, APR 14 1917, --------, NOV 29 1918, --------

JANES, EDWARD A., BACK HARBOUR, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
JESSEAU, ARTHUR, LANCE CORPORAL, BAY OF ISLANDS, APR 14 1917, --------, NOV 14 1918, --------
JONES, HEBER, ST. PHILIPS, APR 14 1917, --------, NOV 25 1918, --------
JORDAN, THOMAS J., LANCE CORPORAL, POUCH COVE, APR 14 1917, --------, --------
JOY, JEREMIAH, HAGERTY'S LANE, APR 14 1917, --------, --------, --------

KEARLY. W. J., BLAKETOWN, APR 14 1917, --------, --------, --------
KING, HERBERT H., CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E. I., APRIL 14 1917, --------, --------, --------
KING, SAMUEL, VICTORIA COVE, APR 14 1917, --------, --------, --------
KNEE, MATTHEW, POOL'S ISLAND, APR 14 1917, --------, NOV. 22 1918, --------
KNOTT, CECIL J., BURGEO, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 14 1918, --------

LeGROW, REUBIN, BAULINE, APR14 1917, --------, --------, --------
LEVEYS, AUBREY W., GILBERT ST., MAY 21 1917, HOLLAND DEC 1918, --------, --------
LUFF, WILLIAM A., EXPLOITS, APR 14 1917, --------, JAN 2 1918, --------

McKAY, MICHAEL J., MERRYMEETING RD, APRIL 14 1917, --------, --------, T.B APR 21 1918
McLEAN, DUNCAN J., CORP, SCOTLAND, APR 14 1917, COPENHAGEN, DEC 1918, --------
McLELLAN, NEIL, CORP, MILITARY RD, DEC 3 1917, --------, --------, --------
McWHORTER, GEO W., HUMBERMOUTH, DEC 3 1917, --------, --------, --------
MANUEL, ALFRED M.M., BOTWOOD, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
MANUEL, HALLETT, NORRIS ARM, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
MARCH, C. L., CORPL, OLD PERLICAN, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
MARSHALL, JOHN, GILBERT ST, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
MARTIN, ALBERT M., GOWER ST, DEC 3 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
MARTIN, CHARLES P., CORP, MUNDY POND RD, APR 14 1917, SWITZERLAND DEC 1917, --------, --------
MARTIN, EDW. J., LIME ST, APRIL 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
MARTIN, LEONARD, HARBOUR GRACE, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
MARTIN, NORMAN, HARBOUR GRACE, APR 14 1917, SWITZERLAND DEC 1918, --------
MARTIN, WILLIAM, HARBOUR GRACE, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
MASTER, WILLIAM T., HARBOR BUFFET, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
MEADUS, CECIL J., SCOTT STREET, APR 14 1917, --------, --------, --------
MEYERS, CORNELIUS, HOLLAND, APR 14 1917, --------, NOV 25 1918, --------
MOAKLER, JNO P., SERGT, PLEASANT ST, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 14 1918, --------
MORGAN, GEORGE, UPPER GULLIES, APR 14 1917, --------, --------, --------
MOORE, DANIEL J., AVONDALE, APR 14 1917, --------, --------, --------
MOORE, JNO F., HAMILTON AVE, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
MOORE, LORENZO, 2ND LIEUTENANT, RIVERSIDE N.B., APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918 , --------
MOORE, ETHELBERT, CORP, SAILORS' ISLAND B.B., APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
MUISE, MOSES L., ST GEORGE, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
MUGFORD, KEEPETH, PORT ALBERT N.D.B., DEC 3 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
MULROONEY, GEORGE, CIRCULAR RD, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
MUTFORD, HIRAM G., TWILLINGATE, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
MURPHY, JOHN, NEW GLASGOW, IN 1915, --------, --------, --------

NOFTALL, CHESLEY, BROAD COVE B.D.V. APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 14 1918, --------
NOFTALL, WILLIAM, BROAD COVE B.D.V., DEC 3 1917, --------, DEC 14 1918, --------
NOSEWORTHY, WM. R., CLARENVILLE, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------

OAKE, WILLIAM O., CHANGE ISLAND, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
O'BRIEN, ALAN F., TOPSAIL, APR 14 1917, --------, NOV 25 1918, --------
OLIVER, PHILIP, FIRST STREET, DEC 3 1917, --------, --------, --------
OSMOND, ARTHUR F., TIZZARD HARBOR, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
OXFORD, WALTER, BOTWOOD, APR 14 1917, --------, --------, DEC 27 1917

PARDY, AUSTIN, LABRADOR, DEC 3 1917, --------, --------, --------
PARSON, ROBERT H., LANCE CORPORAL, NEWTOWN, DEC 3 1917, --------, NOV 25 1918, --------
PEARCEY, WILLIAM L., BONCLODDY ST, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 17 1918, --------
PILGRIM, ALAN, ST ANTHONY, APR 14 1917, --------, --------, --------
PITTMAN, MANUEL, CONN RIVER, APR 14 1917, --------, --------, --------
POMROY, GEORGE, CATALINA, DEC 3 1917, --------, --------, --------

QUINTON, WILLIAM, PRINCETON B.B., APRIL 14 1918, HOLLAND, --------, --------

RICHARD, CHARLES, KING'S POINT, DEC 3 1917, --------, FEB 21 1918, --------
RICHARD, FINLAY, LANCE CORPORAL, BALSAM STREET, APR 14 1917, HOLLAND, DEC 1918, --------
RIDGELEY, HUBERT, LITTLE BAY W, APR 14 1917, --------, FEB 21 1918, --------
ROBERTS, ABRAHAM, POINT LEAMINGTON, APR 4 1917, --------, --------, --------
ROWSELL, HEDLEY, LANCE CORPORAL, GLENWOOD, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------

SAMSON, EDWIN, RNR, FLAT ISLAND B.B., MAR 1916, --------, --------, --------
SELLARS, FRED MOORE, FT. R.A.F., BARTERS HILL, ------ 1918, --------, --------, --------
SKEANS, FRANK, GEORGE ST, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 6 1918, --------
SKINNER, EDGAR, LANCE CORPORAL, ST. JACQUES, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
SMALL, TITUS, CORPL, LEWISPORTE, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
SMITH, DONALD M., LANCE CORPORAL, CUPIDS, APR 14 1917, --------, --------, --------
SMITH, PETER G., LANCE CORPORAL, SCOTLAND, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
SMYTH, THOMAS J., BOND STREET, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
SNOW, JACK, MANUELS, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
SNOW, FRANCIS, SOUTHSIDE, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
SQUIRES, JACK, LIME STREET, APR 14 1917, --------, --------, --------
SQUIRES, KADER, SALVAGE, APR 14 1917, --------, --------, FEB 23 1918
STICK, MOYLE, CORPL, DEVON ROW, APR 14 1917, SWITZERLAND DEC 27, ESCAPED APR 1918, --------

TAYLOR, EDMUND, HARBOR GRACE, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
TAYLOR, MATTHEW, HARBOR LECOU, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1 1918, --------
THISTLE, WALTER, CORPL, LONG'S HILL, DEC 3 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
THOMPSON, JOHN, BARNES SQUARE, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
TURNER, HERBERT, CORPL, BISHOP'S FALLS, DEC 3 1917, --------, --------, JAN 7 1918

VATERS, JOHN E., VICTORIA, APR 14 1917, HOLLAND, DEC 1918, --------
VAUGHAN, HERBERT A., LESLIE STREET, APR 14 1917, --------, JAN 2 1918, --------
VERGE, ABRAM J., WINTERTON, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------

WARREN, ALEXANDER, HOPEHALL, DEC 3 1917, SWITZERLAND DEC 27, DEC 1918, --------
WELSH, ENOS S., HEARTS DELIGHT, APR 14 1917, --------, --------, --------
WHEALEN, JAMES M., LANCE CORPORAL, NEW GOWER ST, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
WHITE, EDWARD, PETER'S RIVER, DEC 3 1917, --------, DEC 1 1918, --------
WILLIS, HARRY,GRAND FALLS, APR 14 1917, --------, DEC 1918, --------
WISEMAN, CHARLES,HEARTS DELIGHT, APR 14 1917, --------, --------, --------
WOODS, JOHN S., LEMARCHANT RD, APR 14 1917, --------, --------, --------

CASUALTY LIST

ROYAL NEWFONDLAND REGIMENT

(RECEIVED DECEMBER 30TH 1918)

Preciously reported dangerously ill dec 21st. Now reported no change in condition, December 28th
4080 Pte. Chesley W. CARTER, Pass Island, Hermitage, at Dysentery Convalescent Hospital Bartos, On the Sea Halts England
2377 Cpl Ernest P. WOODMAN, New Harbour, T. B., Dysentery

Following repatriated Prisoners of War Arrive at Ripon Camp England from Germany
2025 Sergt Horatio WILLIAMS, Grouchy Pouch Cove, St. John's East
86 Cpl. Charles L MARCH, Old Perlican
524 Cpl Heber CUFF, Bonavista Hr., B.B.
2892 Cpl. Duncan J McLEAN, Tassak Torridon, Rosshire, Scotland
2076 Pte Albert ADEY, Clarenville,
2335 Pte Samuel BURTON, Wards Hr., N.D.B.
2781 Pte Edgar J. BRADBURY, 158 Gower Street.
2909 Pte. Kenneth MUGFORD, Port Albert, N.D.B.

J.R. BENNETT
Minister of Militia


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