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AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS
07 SEPTEMBER 1916

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RETURN OF THE ARAWA
COPPING, QM Sgt W; DALBY, Staff Sgt Major C; ENGLAND, Sgt J A; FROMM, Lieut – in charge of Niue Islanders; HENDERSON, Major P B – NZSC; HOLMES, Sgt Major F; MACDONALD, Medecin-Major (sic) Marshall; MACDONALD, Sister S; MacDONNELL, Major M – NZSC; MARSHALL, Sgt Major V; STEDMAN, Staff Sgt Major W A; TAYLOR, Sister; WESTBROOK, QM Sgt; WOODS, Sgt W; WOODS, Sister; WRAY, Staff Sgt Major H

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LEARY, Lieutenant E R, York & Lancaster Regt, killed in action, France 23 August 1916.

AUSTRALIAN CASUALTIES -New Zealanders serving with Australian Forces

BLACK, Pte L A – improving; BOYLE, Lieut N S – wounded; CLARK, F W – wounded; CODYRE, Pte J M – convalescent; FRASER, Pte W A – wounded; HALE, Pte F – wounded; KERR, Pte J W – wounded; KING, Cpl R – wounded; McCORNISH, Pte G H – wounded; McGREGOR, Pte J – wounded; McKAY, Pte L F – KIA; McLEAR, A H – wounded; NAGEL, L/Cpl J – wounded; NELSON, Lieut W M – wounded; PATERSON, Sgt M – wounded; SCOTT, Pte W – seriously ill; TOTHILL, Sgt P C – wounded; WASSNEY, Pte N D – wounded; WEBB, Pte G – wounded.

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BELL, Lieutenant Kenneth A, son of R A Bell, well known in shipping circles, killed in action, France.



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