|THE ROYAL GAZETTE, 29 DECEMBER, 1914.|
| CORPORAL WAILES WOUNDED
By the mail of yesterday we learn that Corporal G. C. Wailes was wounded on the 17th November in an engagement at Ypres. Cpl. Wailes was attached to "C" Company of the 2nd Bn. Lincolnshire Regt at the time. He received a wound in the leg, and is progresing favourably in the hospital at Henley-in-Arden, Warwickshire and, to use his own words, "is anxious to return to the firing line."
Cpl. Wailes, who is a Bermudian, enlisted in the Royal Fusiliers. He served 12 months on the Hamilton Police Force.
Cpl. Wailes informs us that Private Farrier, who was one time in the employ of R. Dickeson & Coy., and Corporal Morris, who was a constable on the Hamilton Police Force, are both well.