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AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS
03 AUGUST 1916

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

Page 17

RETURNING on NAVUA

Returning for Commission
SMITH, Act/Cpl Frederick A, WMR — James Smith, Eildon Farm, Marton

Returning on Duty
PIGON, Sgt Mjr Arthur C, CMR — Robert A Comyn, Spring Creek, Blenheim
O’CALLAGHAN, Staff Nurse Ellen M, ANS — Miss M O’Callaghan, Private Hospital, Palmerston North
RAYNES, Capt John J, AMR — Mrs G B Raynes, Rukuhia, Waikato
REYNOLDS, Staff Nurse Phoebe M, ANS — Mrs E E Reynolds, 90 Pirie St, Wellington

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NAIRN, Sgt Robert Roland, killed in action, Gallipoli, 2 August 1915 - tablet unveiled at St Paul’s Church.

ENLISTMENTS in No.4 GROUP, Hamilton

BAXENDENE, Alexander — Hamilton; BEREGE, Garner C — Piopio; CORCORAN, Thomas — Te Kuiti; FULLERTON, Wilson — Te Kuiti; GARRAWAY, Frank D — Hamilton; HALLAMORE, Albert D — Tuakau; HUTCHINSON, Harold J — Raurimu; JAMIESON, William R O — Hamilton; JOHNSON, William E — Piopio; JONES, Laurence M — Hamilton; LAUER, Thomas — Pukekohe; LAUER, William — Pukekohe; LAW, Stanley L — Hamilton; LE PROU, Emile E — Te Rau-a-Moa; MASON, Spencer R — Waiuku; MEAGHER, Theobald — Otorohanga; SANDERSON, William — Waitomo; SMITH, Ernest S — Manurewa; SMITH, Herbert — Tauwhare; WADE, Richard A E — Mercer.

WAIHI & TAURANGA MEN of the 19th Reinforcements
Farewelled at the railway station
ARMSTRONG, J — Tauranga; CUMMING, G — Tauranga; CUMMINS, J — Waihi; DOUGLAS, J — Tauranga; HAWKE, H — Waihi; HOVELL, R — Waihi; HUMPHREYS, G — Tauranga; LOCKHEAD, T J — Tauranga; ; cMINN, W — Waihi; NEWMAN, H — Tauranga; TAYLOR, S — Tauranga

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THOMPSON, Captain Alastair, of the Argylle & Sutherland Highlanders, third s/o Mr Sinclair Thompson of Geraldine, killed in action, France.

AUSTRALIAN CASUALTIES - New Zealanders serving with Australian Forces

ANNESSLEY, Sgt A A — ill; FORBES, Pte F — wounded; HALL, Pte J — ill; HENDRICK, Driver J A — ill; INGRAM, Pte J H — Progressing favourably; KNOX, Pte J E — returned to duty; LANGRIDGE, Pte T E — ill; MANGIN, Pte S S — wounded; MILES, Cpl R — returned to duty; MORTON, Pte — convalescent; RONALDSON, Cpl J — returned to duty; VENN, Driver A — ill; WELLS, Sgt G E — wounded.



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