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AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS
09 NOVEMBER 1916

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BURNS, Corporal Archibald, returned soldier, Canterbury Battalion, wounded at Suvla, invalided to England before coming home, died suddenly on Thursday.

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McVICAR, Sergeant W R, C. Company, 19th Reinforcements, was killed at Lower Hutt Station on Tuesday when he missed his grip while attempting to board a carriage and fell between the train and the platform. He died instantly.

RETURNING FOR COMMISSIONS per Remuera

ANDERSON, Sgt J, CMR, farmer; BROOK, Sgt Major J C, Field Engrs, solicitor; CRAIG, Sgt J M, Field Engrs, telegraphist; HAWKINS, Sgt Major G J, Wgtn Btn, warehouseman; HESSELL, J, Pioneers, clerk; MacLEAN, Sgt L H L, AMR, sheepfarmer; MORGAN, Sgt H L, Pioneers, under-graduate; NORRIS, Sgt Major T, Cty Btn.

RETURNING ON DUTY per Remuera

CHARLES, John, Maori Cont, farmer; TAME, Sgt Major, Maori Cont., carpenter; TIKAO, Lieut, Maori Cont

Also on board were Mrs TURNBULL and two children

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O’MEARA, Sergeant Thomas, 17th Specialist Company, died at Featherston Military Hospital on Monday from cerebro-spinal meningitis.

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SOLDIERS IN CAMP – Qualified for Promotion – Recommended for Commissions:

NCO’s of the 19th Infantry Reinforcement, having qualified by examination, have been recommended for appointment to commissions:
ARMSTEAD, Sgt J,E.Co.; BAKER, Sgt E J, D.Co.; BEASLEY, Sgt T H NobleB.Co.; BRUNTON, Co.S/M G B, B.Co.; CAMERON, Sgt C R, D.Co.; CLELAND, Sgt W G, D.Co.; CRAIG, Co.S/M E A, E.Co.; DOUGLAS, Sgt H McK,B.Co.; DRON, Sgt L C, G.Co.; ELLIS, Sgt E G, A.Co.; FISHER, Sgt F J, E.Co.; FOWLER, Sgt W K, J.Co.; GRACE, Sgt L W T, H.Co.; GRAY, Sgt Major A, G.Co.; HENDERSON, Sgt G H G.Co.; MUNRO, Sgt A F T, G.Co.; NICHOLSON, Sgt J C, B.Co.; PARRY, Sgt F W, E.Co.; PREBBLE, Sgt S G, D.Co.; ROHWELL (sic), Sgt H R, H.Co.; SANDS, Co.S/M A B, Specialists Co.; STEVENSON, Sgt W H, H.Co.; TAYLOR, Sgt R E, F.Co.; THOMAS, Cpl N R W, G.Co.; WORLEY, Sgt W R , A.Co.

TEMPORARY APPOINTMENTS AT CAMP

21st Reinforcements – Mounted Rifles:
To be Farrier Sergeant Shoesmith: Cpl A WILLIAMSON – G.Co.
To be Sergeant: Cpl G HIND
To be Corporal: L/Cpl E M CARR
To be Lance Corporals:
ARTHUR, Pte C; BOLT, Pte F F; CAMPBELL, Pte K; DARROCK, Pte D; DAVIDSON, Pte T; GARLAND, Pte K B; HARGREAVES, Pte H V; HESSE, Pte H; JARY, Pte W H; MAHONEY, Pte G R; McKAY, Pte C D; TAVERNER, Pte G; WEBSTER, Pte G F

22nd Reinforcements – Mounted Rifles:
To be Shoesmith: Cpl J LOBB

23rd Reinforcements – Mounted Rifles:
To be Shoesmiths: DEW, Pte W A; MATHESON, Pte K M; VORBACK, Pte P J.

MEN FROM NO.4 GROUP

22nd Reinforcements:
BROWNE, John Garde – Orini; DIX, Charles M – Hamilton; EVANS, Frank – Hamilton; JOHNSON, Joseph – Mokauiti; LE HUQUET, Alfred – Hamilton; McLEAN, John – Pukeatua; METCALFE, Jas. F – Roto-o-rangi; SMITH, Herbert – Te Uku; SMITH, William A – Te Kuiti.

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O’CONNOR, Private William Joseph, H.Company, 21st Reinforcements, died at Featherston Military Hospital on Tuesday, of cerebro-spinal meningitis.

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23rd Reinforcements:

CRAIG, Alexander W, Hamilton; DIAMOND, Joseph A, Cambridge; FULLERTON, David G, Te Kowhai; GOLLAGAN, Matthew, Te Kuiti; GOUGH, Edward, Te Kuiti; HALL, Richard, Marakopa; JOHNSON, Norman, Ngaroto; KEATING, Thomas P, Otorohanga; MACKIE, Stanley C, Hamilton; McENTEE, Jas. H, Cambridge; McKELVIE, Robt J, Tauwhare; McSCOTT, James W, Waikawau; MORELAND, Joseph J, Arapae; RADFORD, Claude W, Tauwhare; RADFORD, Gorvan, Tauwhare; RUSSELL, James R, Kopaki; STANDEN, Sydney, Ohaupo; STORY, Arthur P, Pio Pio; TAYLOR, James, Matangi; WHEATCROFT, Thomas E, Mangapeehi; WILSON, Charles F, Kihikihi; WILSON, William H, Kihikihi; WOOLY, Frank, Ngahape; WRIGHT, Cyril L, Hamilton


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