AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS
03 AUGUST 1916
These are extracts from the Auckland Weekly News magazines and have been extracted with permission.
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
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
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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