Private Charles Maltravers, after being adrift in an upon boat for four hours, as a result of being torpedoed while on the transport Southland, finally landed at Gallipoli, only to be wounded shortly afterwards. After spending some months in hospital at Malta he was sent to fight in France, where he was shot through arm. He is now in hospital in England looking forward to the day when he will again be face to face with the Hun. Private William Maltravers was also wounded at Gallipoli, and is now fighting in France. Driver Albert Maltravers has been invalided to England alter a term of service in France. The three brothers are nephews of Mrs. Rutherford, of Park road, Marrickville. Sydney Mail Wednesday 27 December, 1916.