December 1, 1915

Casualties.

16th Batt. – Wounded – Bruce M. Cameron, Mahone Bay, N.S.

17th Batt. – Seriously ill – Jos. McLean, Strathlorne, C. B.

25th Batt. – Killed in action: Thomas Morris, New Waterford, N.S.; Jonathan Burns, New Waterford, N.S. Died of wounds: P. Farrell, Glace Bay, N.S.; Philip Michaels, Minto Street, Glace Bay, N.S. Wounded: Lance Corporal Daniel S. McLean, Brookside Street, Glace Bay, N.S.: Lance Corporal Angus Arsenault, Abrams Village, P.E.I.: Guy Moffat, River Hebert, N.S.; Kenneth D. Morrison, West Loch Lomond, C.B., Edward Cameron, Sydney, C.B.: Cyril McDonald, Sydney, N.S.; Victor A. J. Bowzer, Ship Harbor Lake, Halifax; Rod. Roberts, Caledonia Mines, C. B.; Angus I. McVicar, Halifax; Lance Sergt William Hughes, Eng.; Alexander Napier, Scotland.

26th Batt. – Wounded – W. H. Smith, Loch Lomond, C.B.

55th Batt. – Seriously ill – R. Heinshaw, Bridgetown, N.S.

6th Field Company Divisional Engineers. – Wounded – Lance-Corporal Lyman F. MacCallum, Turkey.

Training Depot Engineers. – Seriously Ill – Sapper Alexander Ferguson, Ocean Avenue, Bridgeport, C.B.


The Register

Wednesday Evening

December 1, 1915

The New Battalion

The raising of the 112th Battalion, C.E.F. has been apportioned to the counties west of Halifax. Lieut. Col. T. M. Seeley hopes to raise a double company of about 250 men in Shelburne and Yarmouth counties, for the 112th, and was in town on Wednesday to interview Recruiting Officer McLean with reference to the matter. It is understood that if a sufficient number is recruited in this place a squad of boys will be allowed to lodge at home, and will be drilled here during the winter. The directors of the Agricultural Society have shown their patriotism and keenness for the town’s welfare by voting the free use of the exhibition building for troops. – Shelburne Budget.


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