JAGGER, Sapper Arthur, of the New Zealand Engineers, was gassed on August 30th, and is recovering in hospital in France. His father Mr. J. C. Jagger, lives at 17, Pepperhill, Queensbury, and his brother Pte. Horace B. Jagger, of the 18th West Yorks., is at a Red Cross Hospital near Swansea, suffering from wounds received on July 1st. Sapper Arthur Jagger enlisted in November, 1914, in the N.Z., Mounted Rifles as a trooper, and served in the trenches at Gallipoli. After the evacuation he found himself in Egypt, where he met his brother Horace, whose he had not seen for more than four years, as he went to New Zealand in 1911. he was transferred from the Rifles to the Engineers, and came to France in March, 1916. He paid a visit to his family in June. Sapper Jagger is 27 years of age.