I first came across Bugler Bissett when I was researching the Fielding War Memorial
http://100nzmemorials.blogspot.co.nz/2011/05/george-francis-mcg-bissett-feilding.html and was touched by his story. Below is some further information I unearthed from the 'Papers Past' website which add a real personal touch to Bissett's story.
BUGLER G. BISSETT
HOW HE MET HIS DEATH. LETTER FROM MAJOR CUNNINGHAM.
Feilding Star, Volume XI, Issue 2772, 21 July 1915, Page 4
Hawera & Normanby Star, Volume LXIX, 1 June 1915, Page 4
The historic bugle which was being used on Gallipoli by Bugler G. F. MacG. Bissett the young Feildingite who was shot at Kaba Tepe whilst warning his officer against a surprise attack from the Turks, is now on exhibition in the corner window of Mr I John Cobbe's shop. All trace of the bugle was lost for 12 months, and then quite unexpectedly it reached Mrs Bissett, mother of the hero; and she has been so good as to allow the shrapnel-torn and bullet-shot instrument to be placed on exhibition.
Feilding Star, Volume XIV, Issue 3501, 22 March 1918, Page 2