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AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS
02 DECEMBER 1915

These are extracts from the Auckland Weekly News magazines and have been extracted with permission.

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AUSTRALIAN CASUALTIES - New Zealanders serving with Australian troops
ANDERSON, Dvr G B – resumed duty; COLE, Pte J – hospital Woolwich; COSHAM, Pte – hospital Bristol; DIXON, Cpl J W – Southampton; GOODWIN, Pte H – hospital Woolwich; HARVEY, L/Cpl W R – hospital Heliopolis; HODGSON, Pte T W – disembarked Malta; JAMES, Pte T A – hospital Bristol; McCARTHY, Pte J J A – embarked for England; McCRACKEN, Spr W – Malta, returned to duty; MITCHELL, Pte C J - embarked for England; NARTHA, Spr P M – ill; OLIVER, Gnr E – hospital Alexandria; OSBORNE, Pte B – out of danger; ROBERTSON, Pte J J – hospital Alexandria; ROLLINS, Pte E – hospital Alexandria; RONALDSON, Cpl J – hospital Alexandria; SIMPSON, L./Cpl I W – hospital Alexandria; TAIT, Pte P – hospital London; THOMAS, Pte H – hospital Woolwich; TURLEY, Pte J – hospital Oxford; VAUSS, Spr C J – hospital Woolwich; WATERS, Pte W J – hospital Alexandria; WEIR, M – hospital Alexandria.;

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STEWART, Lt Col [brother of Lt Downie Stewart, MP] died of dysentery at Lemnos. He was in charge of the Canterbury Mounted Rifles and was on the transport Southland when it was torpedoed.

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DISTINGUISHED CONDUCT MEDAL AWARDED TO NEW ZEALANDERS

Field Artillery:
CLARK, Dvr N; EDWARDS, S E; HILL, O; INGLIS, Fitter D; RANKIN, Gnr J; THOMSON, Bdr J.
Canterbury Mounted Rifles:
ATKINS, Sgt A; O’CONNOR, Tpr D; PIDGEON, Tpr H
Otago Mounted Rifles:
SKINNER, L/Cpl H
Wellington Mounted Rifles:
BECKER, Pte C; MAHONEY, Pte F
Other Units:
CASELBERG


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