AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS
10 AUGUST 1916
These are extracts from the Auckland Weekly News magazines and have been extracted with permission.
INVALIDED SOLDIERS on NAVUA from Suez to Dunedin
Hospital van cases:
COLLINS, Rflmn — Hanmer; GIVEN, Tpr J — Hamilton; HAKIWAI, Pte — Dunedin; McINTOSH, Tpr — Wellington; MOORE, Pte F — Wellington; SMITH, Cpl R H — for Dunedin hospital; STUBBS, Pte H — Rotorua.
AUSTRALIAN CASUALTIES - New Zealanders serving with Australian Forces
CORRIE, Pte C — ill; FORBES, Pte F — wounded; GEORGE, Pte J — returned to duty; LAWRENCE, Pte R B — ill; WHITESIDE, Pte R — convalescent; WILLIAMSON, Pte R B . — returned to duty
RECRUITING — No.4 Group — Hamilton
BAILLIE, Arthur D — Otorohanga; BUCKLAND, Mervyn — Hamilton; COLEMAN, John D — Hamilton; COLENSO, John L — Ngaruawahia; CORNWALL, Frederick J — Te Awamutu; COXON, George E — Cambridge; COXON, John H — Te Awamutu; FORBES, Arthur E — Marakopa; GRAHAM, Patrick — Waerenga; JONES, Griffith — Awamarino; KNIGHT, Lewis F — Hamilton; McCORMICK, David J — Kihikihi; McLEAN, John — Pukeatua; MORRIS, Harold P — Ngaruawahia; PULMAN, George — Ramarama; RANKIN, Silas — Kiokio; SMITH, John E V — Te Kuiti; WARNER, Wm J F — Te Awamutu
20th REINFORCEMENTS — No.2 Group, Paeroa
AITKEN, A H — Morrinsville; ANDREW, A B — Te Aroha; BAKER, G — Taneatua; BAKER, J — Manawaru; BAKER, P H — Manawaru; BALL, J J — Whakatane; BARLOW, T F — Te Aroha; BEACH, C C - Hikuai; BEATON, W H — Wharepoa; BECKETT, G F — Rotorua; BEGBIE, A — Mamaku; BERTELSEN, C — Turua; BRADLEY, F P S — Rotorua; BROOKS, H W — Waiotapu; BROWN, C A — Matamata; BRUNTON, J A — Wharepoa; BRYDEN, W C — Morrinsville; CALLAGHAN, J J — Waihi; CARTER, W H — Waihi; CARWARDINE, H R — Te Aroha; COWAN, R — Gordon; CRICKETT, J S — Morrinsville; CROSBY, W G — Turner’s Hill; DAVIS, L W — Ngarua; DICKSON, A G — Te Aroha; DOHERTY, F — Kopu; DOUGLAS, M — Taneatua; DRIVER, S V — Waharoa; DUNWOODIE, J L — Morrinsville; FERGUSON, H — Kiwitahi; FLYNN, E — Thames; FORSYTH, H K — Turua; FOSTER, H — Coromandel; GARRY, L — Thames; GARRY, S — Thames; GIBB, R G — Morrinsville; GOBBIE, R — Otamarakau; GOSSETT, E L — Omanawa; HANSBY, L L — Thames; HARDY, J H — Taneatua; HARKINS, W — Waihi; HINDMAN, E G — Karaka Creek; IRELAND, J — Piako; JOHNSON, A E T — Hikutaia; JOHNSON, H C — Waitoa; KELSO, A — Coromandel; KERSHAW, H S — Walton; LAMBERT, C — Kaimai; LITTLE, W — Ngongotaha; LOCKYER, C W — Hungahunga; LYLE, Q — Waihi; McCARTHNY, E H — Waihi; McCLINTOCK, J — Manawaru; McKENNA, W — Matamata; MORRISON, P D — Putaruru; MUNRO, J C — Waingarara; NEWLAND, F — Matatoki; ODLAM, A — Puru, Thames; OLIVER, W V — Tauranga; PATON, J N — Okauia; PHILLIPS, H — Patetonga; PHILLIPS, J — Whakatane; PRATT, J C — Cape Colville; PRESCOTT, B — Wharepoa; REARDON, J — Rotorua; REGAN, R J — Hikuai; ROBINSON, G — Ngongotaha; ROSS, A — Ngarua; RUSSET, G J — Kareta, Taupo; SCARLETT, J H — Waihi; SCOTT, W — Ngarua; SHARPLIN, R W — Whakamarama; SHERLOCK, A C — Parawai; SMITH, A A — Thames; SWEARS, W J — Waihi; SYME, D — Coromandel; TRAINOR, N E — Waiorongomai; UPTON, M A — Oriri Point, Thames; WALKER, E R — Tauranga; WAUGHT, T — Waihi; WICKHAM, W E — Te Puke; WING, T P — Waihi; WRIGHT, F W — Piarere
DUNLOP, H — Rotorua; FRAMPTON, R — Tatuanui; MATEER, R J — Matamata; ROBERTSON, B D — Rotorua
BOUTHRON, D — Tauranga; COAKLEY, D F — Thames; THRUPP, W A — Walton; WATT, R B — Whangamata.
Probationary Non-commissioned Officers:
CAMP, W G — Tahuna; FOOKS, E T — Tauranga; KITCHING, V C — Waikino; WARREN, T F — Roewai; WHITTHAUS, E F — Te Teko.
CAPTURED NEW ZEALANDERS — POW’s at Giessen, Germany
BEST, W — NOK: William Best, Otahuhu
MURPHY, J — NOK: Mother — Mrs E Murphy, 44 Aro St, Wellington
CAFFREY, R A — NOK: Mother — Mrs M Caffrey, 2 Melford St, Ponsonby, Auckland. Took part in the landing on the Gallipoli Peninsula, invalided to Malta, rejoined regiment in France attached to a special grenade detachment. Aged 28 yrs, employed by Auckland Harbour Engineering Dept.
STUBBING, F C — NOK: Mother — Mrs K Wallis, Allandale Rd, Mt Albert, Auckland. Only s/o Mrs K W Stubbing. Wounded at Sari Bair 8 August 1915, invalided to England for six months. Aged 21 yrs, educated at Auckland Grammar School then worked on a sheep station in Hawkes Bay.
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