LIEUTENANT A. H. FRASER.
Lieutenant A. H. Fraser, who has been slightly wounded, is the third son of Detective-Sergeant Duncan Fraser, of Adelaide. He began his military training as a cadet, and was afterwards a member of the field artillery in the citizen forces, next becoming a junior subaltern in the 78th Infantry Regiment.
At the outbreak of the war he volunteered for active service, but was unable to get a position until the Tasmanian companies were formed. He accompanied the 12th Battalion to Egypt with the First Expeditionary Force, and was there promoted to be a first lieutenant and a platoon commander. Lieutenant Fraser left Egypt with the 3rd Brigade, under the late Colonel Fox Clarke. As a boy he attended the Goodwood State school and Muirden Commercial College. After passing the public service examination he was for five years in the office of the Central Board of Health, and about a year ago he was transferred to the Sheriff's office at the Supreme Court. He was drum major in the Caledonian Pipers' Band.
1915 'LIEUTENANT A. H. FRASER.', Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), 15 May, p. 44, viewed 16 April, 2015, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article89141167