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AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS
10 AUGUST 1916

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

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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.

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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

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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

Infantry:
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

Artillery:
DUNLOP, H — Rotorua; FRAMPTON, R — Tatuanui; MATEER, R J — Matamata; ROBERTSON, B D — Rotorua

Mounted Rifles:
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.

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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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