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COLONEL MACHELL KILLED
BATCH OF WOUNDED
The local bill of costs incurred in the “big move” is now being presented. We learn a great deal more than we can publish, but we can give the following list of wounded that we have intimation of:-
- Corporal T. Burrow, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Burrow, Copstone House, shot through a finger, upper lip and shoulder, but not dangerous.
- Sergeant A. Blezard, son of Sergeant Blezard, recruiting officer, shot through arm, not dangerous.
- Private A. Casson (15488), not dangerous.
- Private Harrison, Thompson-street, not dangerous.
- Roy Walker, Washington-street, not dangerous.
- Private Tom Parkinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Parkinson, Grapes, Pow-street, was buried in debris but got out all right and is now in hospital. He was also shot through the hand, but the wound is not dangerous.
- W.J. Penn (16432), Workington reported wounded.
- Lieut. M. McKerrow (A Coy.) son of Dr. McKerrow, wounded in the foot.
- Sergeant E. Davies, of Workington, is also wounded, but no particulars are to hand.
- Private J. Murray, Westfield, is also wounded in the legs.
—Workington Star and Harrington Guardian, Published 7 July 1916.