AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS
11 JULY 1918
These are extracts from the Auckland Weekly News magazines and have been extracted with permission.
DASH, Herbert Lloyd, a bugler, was killed at Trentham on Saturday. He mounted one of the camp horses which bolted and Dash, while endeavouring to dismount by throwing one foot over the horse’s neck, fell on his own head. Death was instantaneous. His body is to be brought to Auckland for interment at Waikumete Cemetery. The funeral will take place on 11 July and military honours will be accorded the deceased. His parents are in Australia but some relatives reside in Dominion Road.
ROBERTSON, Lieut C P, son of P Robertson of Avondale, has been released from prisoner of war camp in Germany on 17 September and is probably at present in Switzerland.
HOOPER, Signal Sgt A G, youngest son of Mr & Mrs Charles Hooper, Makarau, Kaipara, has been awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal. Left with the 8th Reinforcements and served in Egypt for some time as a trooper. He later joined the Camel Corps and became an expert signaller, attaining the rank of sergeant in 1916. He was transferred to the Imperial Camel Brigade with which he is now serving.
JORDAN, Sgt Eric, 14th Reinforcements, eldest son of Mr E Jordan, Northcote, has been awarded the Distinguished Service Medal for outstanding bravery at Messines, Ypres and the Somme. His wife and three children reside at Ellerslie with her brother Mr T Chaplin. Sgt Jordan was born in Napier, Hawkes Bay and educated at Port Ahuriri and Northcote Schools. He was a member of the Northcote Fire Brigade. His brother, Pte George JORDAN, who left with the 5th Reinforcements draft is still in France.
RESERVISTS EXAMINED - Auckland - Fit for Active Service
ABBOTT, H C, manager, Mt Eden; BELCHAMBER, H A, clerk, Grafton; BLACK, A T, plumber, Mt Eden; BROWN, G L, farmer, Clevedon South; CHURCHES, William, farmer, West Tamaki; CUFF, F C, engineer, Ponsonby; DARBY, Charles, salesman, Herne Bay; DOWNEY, J C, school teacher, Belgian St; DUNNE, J P, decorator, Nugent St; EMERY, A W, seaman, s.s. Breeze; FREW, J D, master mariner, Auckland; GAMMON, P E, plumber, Coromandel; GREEN, John, dairyman, France St; HASTINGS, E J, greaser, Onehunga; HUTCHINSON, W A, grocer, Ponsonby; KENT, N A, farmer, Stanley Bay; MADDEN, C B, purser, Otahuhu; MATTHEWS, Percival, porter, Henderson; RICH, W G, carpenter, Remuera; RICHARDS, Evan, farmer, Matakana; ROBINSON, B J, driver, Eden Tce; SANDILANDS, G E, clerk, Napier; SIMPSON, H F, tinsmith, Newmarket; SPEARPOINT, W I, motor-driver, Edendale; TOTMAN, George, stationer, Devonport; TREBILCOCK, Samuel, presser, Mt Albert; TROUGHEAR, J R, engineer, Kingsland; WALLACE, T C S, signwriter, Mt Albert; WARREN, C H, carpenter, Green Lane; WASS, Thomas, plasterer, Takapuna; WEBB, P J, contractor, Epsom; WESTRAY, W J, carpenter, Eden Tce; WHITE, A R, packer, Richmond; WILLS, G W, driver, Kingsland; WISEMAN, C E, turncock, Takapuna; WOODCOCK, W J, manager, Birkenhead; YATES, F S, commission agent, Avondale; YOUNG, H M, printer, Remuera.
Classed as C1:
AITKEN, Robert, glazier, Remuera; ALEXANDER, George, carpenter, Clevedon; ALLEN, Dennis, chef, Hobson St; ARMSTRONG, Robert, kiln burner, Hobsonville; BARRIBALL, W E, blacksmith, Waiuku; CONYNGHAM, C S, clerk, Grey Lynn; DRUMMOND, W G, student, Morningside; DUNN, M J W, railway guard, Ponsonby; ELLIS, Charles, clerk, Picton Street; EVANS, F G, warehouseman, Mt Eden; FORD, Fred, farmer, Onehunga; FOSTER, Robert, carpenter, Papatoetoe; FRASER, Rowland, farmer, Whangarei; GERLACH, Albert, painter, Papakura; GOLDSWORTHY, H D, carrier, Richmond; GROVER, Frank, farmer, Pakuranga; HARDMAN, E J, driver, Dominion Road; HILL, Alfred, farmer, Runciman; JOHNSTON, R D, farmer, Manurewa; KELLY, N L H, motor mechanic, Auckland; KNIGHT, J W T, plasterer, Morningside; LEE, A S, storeman, Grafton; LLOYD, L J, chemist, Ponsonby; PATTERSON, W R, launch master, Whangarei; POULTER, E E, plasterer, New Lynn; SOUTER, W B, accountant, Herne Bay; THOMSON, Mark, carter, Mt Street; THORLEY, W L, rope worker, Onehunga; TOZER, B E, land agent, Mt Eden; TURBOTT, Thos., school teacher, Stanley Bay; TYLER, C C, stonemason, Pt Chevalier; VINCENT, J C F, manager, Parnell; WATT, F E, joiner, Mt Eden; WEBB, Lionel, gas-worker, Onehunga; WEBSTER, F C C, carpenter, Epsom; WYNN, H E, milkman, Devonport; YOUNG, G S, signwriter, Ponsonby.
FOR SPECIAL TRAINING at FEATHERSTON
For C1 Camp (from Auckland):
ATKINS, T, clerk, Birkenhead; BAINDRIDGE (sic), B R, farmer, Manurewa; BAKER, J H, agent, Epsom; BAULF, H C, country agent, Mt Eden; BELSHMAN, J, cooper, Auckland; BOOKER, G, lithographer, Devonport; BOWDEN, H C, carpenter, City; BOYES, E W, manager, Te Kawa; BRADY, A C, salesman, Devonport; BRENNAN, J P, draper, Epsom; BREWIN, C, engineer, City; BROWE, C E, carpenter, Ellerslie; BROWN, J W, yardman, Otahuhu; BULL, C F, builder, City; BUTTON, J J, miner, City; CAMPBELL, A J, warehouseman, Epsom; CAMPBELL, R, clerk, Papakura; CASEY, J, clerk, Remuera; CASTLE, F W, mechanic, Grey Lynn; CATHCART, J, assistant, Remuera; CHITHAM, W A, salesman, Green Lane; CLOUSTON, R B , traveller, Devonport; COBB, G G, warehouseman, City; COLDICUTT, W C, contractor, Onehunga; COOPER, W J, potter, Grey Lynn; CRAWFORD, T H, clerk, Ponsonby; DAVIES, F O, labourer, Ponsonby; DE LUEN, J W, clerk, City; DEARDEN, L, manager, Clevedon; DEVILLE, F G, manager, Runciman; DODDS, J, labourer, City; ELLES, G F, motorman, Mt Eden; FITZPATRICK, J W, cadet, City; FLEMMING, A A, carpenter, Mt Albert; GIBSON, A B, milkman, Mt Eden; GILMOUR, G R, traveller, Mt Albert; GOODMANSON, A, farm hand, Coromandel; GREENSLADE, C F, carpenter, Ponsonby; GREENWOOD, J, driver, Pukekohe; GRIMSTEAD, F, labourer, City; GULLEY, I R, collarmaker, Birkenhead; HADWIN, J I, bookbinder, Epsom; HAGAN, J, farm hand, Waiuku; HALL, J, storeman, Epsom; HAMLIN, A J, carpenter, Parnell; HEDLEY, J B, storeman, Morningside; HELLIWELL, D, bootmaker, Eden Tce; HENRY, D, traveller, City; HICK, H, plumber, Newmarket; HOGAN, E, painter, Paeroa; HUTCHINS, L M, ploughman, Henderson; HYNES, C A, fitter, Ponsonby; JACKSON, A E, miller, Ponsonby; KAY, N S, boatbuilder, Parnell; KEESING, H S, warehouseman, city; KING, A D, mechanic, Edendale; KNAPPING, F O, wool-carder, Onehunga; KNIBB, W, labourer, Papakura; LACKLAND, E C, mechanic, Devonport; LEADBEATER, T H, seedsman, Ponsonby; LEAHY, L S, butcher, Onehunga; LESLIE, F S, meter reader, City; LEWIS, C P, metalworker, City; LOUNDES, H, painter, Archhill; LOVELOCK, S J, mechanic, Morningside; MABER, A W, farmer, Ponsonby; MAHER, J G; MANN, J C, labourer, Grey Lynn; MARKS, H J, lineman, City; McGEACHEN, R; McGREGOR, V R, fitter, Devonport; McINTOSH, A M, storeman, Parnell; MILLER, J, accountant, Devonport; MILLER, R D, gum-sorter, Mt Roskill; MILLWARD, Hy, flaxmill hand, Tuakau; MORISON, G, bushman, Northcote; MORLEY, R D, stationer, Mt Eden; MORTON, F H, musician, Remuera; MUDFORD, W J, sailmaker, Grey Lynn; MURPHY, J P, clerk, Hamilton; NAIRN, N L, importer, Ellerslie; NIXON, J A, bootmaker, Parnell; O’DOWD, J, tinsmith, Ponsonby; O’HARE, B B, order clerk, Devonport; OTTER, W E, mason, Dominion Rd; OTTO, C, boilermaker, Bayswater; OXLEY, A S, indentor, Mt Eden; PAGET, L O, manager, City; PATIS, H G, grocer, Waikumete; PEARCE, W F, electrician, Newmarket; PROCTOR, J, labourer, City; REID, E W, carpenter, Devonport; ROBINSON, A W, mechanic, City; RUSH, P H, dealer, City; SEAGAR, A E, foreman, Remuera; SELKIRK, J S, blacksmith, Grafton; SHORT, A E, driver, City; SIMMONDS, W P, twine spinner, Mt Eden; SMITH, C J, plumber, Remuera; SMITH-CURTIS, W A, farmer, N. Auckland; STACPOOLE, P, agent, City; STEPHENS, R F, labourer, Onewhero; STEPHENSON, R A, engineer, Onehunga; STITCHBURY, W H, warehouseman, City; TABRUM, C R, driver, City; THOMSON, J, butter worker, Ponsonby; TROUP, J W, clerk, Ponsonby; WALESBY, N, agent, Remuera; WALKER, W T, assistant, Grey Lynn; WARD, W J, butcher, Ponsonby; WEST, P M, civil servant, Mt Eden; WHITEHEAD, A D, stationer, Grey Lynn; WILKINS, M L, manager, Takapuna; WILSON, B H, clerk, Mt Eden; WILSON, F R, apprentice, Remuera .
The following men from the Hauraki district will join the train at Frankton:
BAKER, Joseph, Waitoa; BULLIN, Arthur T, Morrinsville; CADMAN, Arthur, Waikino; FLETCHER, Arthur H, Paeroa; HOOKER, Albert J, Thames; LOGAN, John M, Waihi; McKEARNEY, Owen, Te Aroha; McWATTERS, John S, Ngatea; MIDDLETON, James, Waitoa; ROLAND, Norman L, Putaruru; RYDE, Frank A, Paeroa; SPARKE, Harold L, Waihi; WINDER, Charles W, Wharepoa.
BIRCH, Joseph, Hamilton; BURCH, Herbert W, Hamilton; COWBURN, Harry, Ngaruawahia; DAVIES, Fred, Ohaupo; DIMMOCK, Albert C, Hamilton; GORMAN, William, Piopio; HAYES, Walter L, Frankton; KEELEY, Joseph, Cambridge; KEOGH, Thomas H, Te Kuiti; LAWRENCE, James A, Frankton; MAYES, Clifford J, Hamilton; MILLER, Frederick C, Ngaruawahia; MORGAN, Harry, Otorohanga; PEPPERCORN, Arthur L, Waiterimu; STAINES, George H, Te Kuiti; TASKER, William J, Hamilton; WHEWELL, Thomas J A, Tamahere; WILSON, Charles E, Taupiri.
HAMMOND, Gunner Ingraham E, aged 21, son of Mrs R J ANDREW, Waimauku, has been awarded the Military Medal. He was formerly a jounalist in Auckland and was educated at the Christian Brothers’ School, Melbourne. He is a nephew of Pte H MALONE, Sgt D MALONE, MM and Pte T MALONE, the latter of whom is still in Egypt.
JORDAN, Major B S, Main Body, well known resident of Rangiora – details of his manner of death by Lieutenant GRACE.
ON ACTIVE SERVICE – Promotions & Movements
There is every reason to believe that quite a number of New Zealanders serving in the RNR and RNVR took part in the very successful and important naval raids off Zeebrugge and Ostend. As an outcome of these risky adventures, lists of promotions in recognition of valuable services are now being announced.
Engineer-Sub-Lieutenant Edgar V MEIKLE, RN, has been promoted engineer-lieutenant. Formerly in the NZ Rifle Brigade, 5th Reinforcements, Lieut Meikle transferred to the Navy at the beginning of last year and is now in HMS Neptune.
Major F B KNYVETT, DSO, RFA, Auckland, has been posted to India. He served in Africa before coming to England in May 1915 as captain. The following month he attained his majority and was very soon in France.
On account of ill-health Captain L M NATHAN, ASC, of Auckland, has relinquished his commission. He has been granted the hon. Rank of lieutenant. He obtained his commission in 1915, was promoted captain at the end of 1916 and mentioned in Sir Douglas Haig’s despatch last December. He has recently been in NZ on six months’ leave.
Captain C F G HUMPHRIES, MC, DCM, who is now with the Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry, has been promoted major. He is back on the western front from Italy.
Miss N GORRIE, Auckland, who has been in England since the beginning of the war, is now secretary of the Red Cross Hospital at Henley on Thames.
Second Lieutenant F A STEVENS, Royal Engineers, until recently with the NZ Tunnellers, has gone to France attached to a depot field survey company at general headquarters, where he expects to be for some time.
Captain C J A GRIFFIN, RAMC, Auckland, holds rank of lieutenant-colonel while commanding a medical unit. He has been at the front since the beginning of the war, most of the time with a field ambulance. He is at present in England on short leave.
The late Major-General R H DAVIES’ son, Actng-Captain H C DAVIES, RE, left NZ with the Wellington Regiment in the Main Body and got his discharge from the NZEF in Egypt in April 1915, for an Imperial commission. This he obtained in the Royal Engineers and became at once orderly officer to his father. He was promoted lieutenant in October 1916 and acting-captain in April of the following year.
Miss Lorna M MONCKTON came to England early in 1915 and took up war work at the hospital at Walton on Thames. There she remained until June 1917, being mentioned for her services. She then transferred to the NZ Record Office at Rouen in France, which necessitated her becoming a member of the WAAC. In this service she has been promoted to be an assistant-administrator and she is now stationed at Dover but hopes to get to France shortly.
Postings of Medical Officers:
Captain P B BENHAM from 2nd Battn, NZRB, to No.2 Field Ambulance, in place of Lieut J A JENKINS, MB.; Captain W H D McKEE, MB, from No. 1 NZ Field Ambulance to be RMO, 2nd Battn, NZRB; Captain R R D MILLIGAN from No.1 Field Ambulance to be RMO, 2nd Battn, Canterbury Regt.; Major E A WIDDOWSON, NZMC, to No.2 Field Ambulance, in place of Capt F D PINFOLD, who goes to the 1st Battn, Canterbury Regt.
The Rev T B SEGRIEF, C.F., 4th C1, becomes assistant-principal chaplain for the Roman Catholic Church in place of the Rev P J O’NEIL who is posted to duty in England.
The Rev J A JERMYN goes from the Base to the 1st Infantry Brigade; The Rev F D BRISCOE from Codford to the Base at Etaples, and The Rev H T PEAT from reinforcements to the Field Artillery Reserve Depot.
Promotions in the NZEF notified in Orders – to be Captains:
NZFA Lieut H S MORRAN
NZFA Lieut R IRVINE
NZFA Lieut W M GEDDES, MC
OMR Lieut A S HERBERT
Ak Regt Lieut W R LANG, MC
NZRB Lieut N L MACKAY, MC
NZRB Lieut J G GREENWOOD
To be Majors:
RAMC Capt T F CORKILL, MC, Wellington
RAMC Capt E BABST, Wellington
ASC Capt H St G HAMERSLEY, DSO, formerly of Canterbury
RFC STEDMAN, Lieut G L, Christchurch, late NZEF, now holds Captain’s rank
RFA BINNEY, 2nd Lt R K, Auckland, is lieutenant
OFFICERS IN TRAINING
Recent nominations by the G.O.C., NZEF, for temporary Imperial commissions have included the following:
BUNKELL, CSM E A, NZ Camel Corps; CAMERON, Cpl M J, WMR; COOKE, Sgt L E, CMR; FORD, L/Cpl J T, MG Co.; OBERHUBER, Tpr O E, AMR; ORR, Cpl L L, AMR.
PRATT, Cpl C D, NZE, has been discharged from the NZEF for a commission in the Royal Flying Corps.
Nominations for permanent commissions in the Indian Army:
BURRETT, L/Cpl M A, Auckland Regt; GODTSCHALK, L/Cpl C F M; HOPPING, Rfm W S, Rifle Brigade.
The following have been nominated for training in the Imperial School of Instruction, Egypt, for commissions in the NZEF:
Auckland Mounted Rifles:
BARR, J A, Staff SM, DCM, NZ Camel Corps; EISENHUT, H, Staff SM, DCM; FINLAYSON Sgt C H., WMR; ROBERTS, Sgt L N; SCHOLES, E E, RSM, NZ MG Corps; SCOTT, Sgt R F; SHERRATT, Sgt P H; WILSON, Sgt W A
April nominations by the GOC for infantry commissions in the NZEF were fairly numerous and the following are now taking their course at Oxford with No.4 Officer Cadet Battalion:
DENHOLM, Sgt A H; DES FORGES, L H, QMS; FULLJAMES, CQMS W L; GUNN, Sgt F, MM; KNOTT, Sgt J; MOSS, E S, CSM; MURDOCK, R G, Staff Sgt; PIRRIT, Cpl M.
ALLEN, L H, Sgt; DUNBAR, R W, Sgt; HUGHES, J, CSM; MACKRELL, H H, RSM, MM; PATERSON, A, Sgt, DCM; RICHARDSON, R W, CSM; ROBERTSON, P, Sgt; THEAKSTONE, L M, Sgt.
NZ Rifle Brigade:
BOWER, F, Sgt, MM; CLAUGHTON, C H S, Sgt; GEORGE, A J, Sgt; HUDSON, J, Rifleman; MILES, M F, Sgt; NEILL, W G, Sgt; ST LEDGER, R W, Cpl (acting Sgt); STANNERS, H D, Sgt; WHITEHORN, W F, CSM
The following are at Oxford with No. 6 Officer Cadet Battalion.
NZ Rifle Brigade:
ALLAN, L F, Sgt, MM; ARMSTRONG, J, Sgt; GRIFFITHS, G G, CSM, MM; AYSON, P H, Sgt ; GUTHRIE, D C, Sgt; BROWN, N H, Sgt; JAMES, O D, Sgt; CANAVAN, E P, Sgt; LANGLANDS, A C, Sgt (ty Regt SM); CASTLE, O G, CSM; McDONALD, J D C, Sgt; CHARTERIS, J, Sgt; MICHELL, H J, Sgt, MM; CLACHER, J M, CSM; POLLOCK, J H, Sgt; COLLINS, W J, Sgt, MM; SIMMONS, W, CSM; DUDSON, P H, Sgt; VOYLE, J F, CSM, DCM, MM.
ANDREWS, W T, CSM, MM; GREENWOOD, J H, Sgt, MM; MULLINS, H J, CSM.
BIRD, W T, Sgt; McKENNA, FR S, Sgt; TUKE, E A, L.Sgt, MM; WRIGHT, S, Sgt.
NZ Medical Corps:
GOULD, S H, Pte (ty Corporal)
Those at Cambridge with the No.2 Officer Cadet Battalion:
COLEMAN, F G, CSM, NZRB; CONWAY, H M, Sgt, Wgtn Regt; DIXON, H W, Wheelwright Staff Sgt, NZASC; EARL, C L, Sgt, Ak Regt; HANCOCK, A A, Sgt, Wgtn Regt; HICKMAN, C, Sgt, Ak Regt; KNIGHT,S, CSM, Wgtn Regt; MICHELSON, R E, Sgt, Ak Regt; PETTIT, L H, SSM, NZASC; ROBINSON, N M, Sgt, MM, Ak Regt; THOMSON, A M, L/Cpl, Wgtn Regt; WEST, F, CQMS, NZRB.
Of five New Zealanders at Balliol College, Oxford, four are training for the NZMG Corps and one for the NZASC. They are respectively – GORDON, J McK, Sgt, MM; LESTER, C L, Sgt, MM; OGDEN, C S, Cpl; BATTERSBY, G H, Cpl, DCM; PALMER, R W, Staff SM.
Three members of the NZ Maori Battn are at Pembroke College, Cambridge, taking their OTC course - AUHANA, R, Sgt; HAKOPA, K H, Sgt; ROGERS, A, CSM, MM.
The following NZ cadets have gone to No.2 RFA Officers Cadet School, Topsham Barracks, Exeter, to train for commissions in the NZFA:
NZ Field Artillery:
BIRNIE, W, BSM, MM; BRADSHAW, F W T, Sgt; BRIDGE, H, Bdr (NZ Div. Ammunition Column); CUPPLES, E T, Bdr; McCORKINDALE, W H, BSM; RAMSDEN, A, Cpl; SHOVE, S, Bdr, MM; VALENTINE, W S, Cpl (NZ MTM Battery)
POSTED TO COMMISSIONS
New Zealanders who have completed their course in the Imperial School of Instruction, Egypt, and now have commissions with units are:
To Auckland Mounted Rifles:
INNES, J S, RQMS; SHAND, A G, Sgt.
To Wellington Mounted Rifles:
BENNETT, H B, Squadron SM; MARTIN, J, Sgt.
To NZ Machine-gun Corps:
BUSBY, J, Cpl; POPE, P H N, Sgt.
Those who have been posted to commissions in the NZEF after training in this country:
To NZ Rifle Brigade:
ALLOO, H C, Sgt; BROWN, J L, L/Cpl; CURTIS, J M, CSM; DAVIS, F H, CSM, DCM; DENSEM, J, Sgt, DCM; DRUMMOND, E C, Cpl; GALLAGHER, A W, CSM, MM; GILMORE, A F, Sgt, MM; GORDON, A R, Sgt; GORTON, A E, CSM, MM; HUNTER, V G, RSM, DCM; JONES, A O, Sgt; KANE, L P, Sgt; LOWE, L B, Sgt; MANAGH, S N, Sgt, DCM; McLERNON, W N, Pte; MURRAY, G B, Sgt; MURRAY, T T, CSM; RAE, T H, L/Cpl; SHEARER, A, Sgt; STRINGER, C A, Sgt; STRONACH, D W, Cpl, MM; WILLIAMS, W, Sgt; WRIGHT, W H, Sgt.
To NZ Machine-gun Corps:
GOUGH, J O, Sgt; LAVERTY, E, Sgt; MINTROM, F H, Sgt, MM; THOMPSON, T M, L.Sgt.
To Wellington Regiment:
CURRAN, T M J, Sgt, MM; DEVERY, C N, Sgt, DCM; SMITH, E E, CSM; STEWART, E G, CSM.
To Canterbury Regiment:
HILL, C, Sgt; ALLEN, J E, Sgt, MM
To Auckland Regiment:
SQUIRE, B C, CSM, MM
The following have completed their course with OTC in England and have been posted to NZEF commissions:
NZ Field Artillery:
PRIESTLY, A J, Sgt; JAMIESON, R C, Sgt; HAGGITT, A N, Cpl; HERCUS, A F, Gunner.
THORNTON, O G, Spr
BRADY, E F, Cpl; DELANEY, A A, RQMS; JACKS, F C, CSM; McKENZIE, J H, CSM; PATTON, H L, Sgt, MM; TODD, N T, CSM; TROTTER, W J R, Sgt, MM; WOODWARD, W J, CSM; WYLIE, L T, Sgt.
GILMOUR, E M, Sgt; HUNTER, H G, Sgt; McHAFFIE, J T, Sgt; McCUSKER, G J, CSM.
BAY, O, Sgt; CUTHBERTSON, G I, L.Sgt, MM; SISSONS, T H, Sgt.
ANDERSON, A, RQMS; ANTHONY, T, Sgt; CLOUSTON, W F, Sgt; ENSOM, F W, Sgt.
NZ Rifle Brigade:
BREACH, S F, CQMS; EVANS, D T, SSM; FARNSWORTH, E E, Cpl, MM; GREVILLE, R H, Sgt; HUNTER, G D, Sgt; LESLIE, W J, Sgt; LLOYD, F B, Sgt; MATTHEWS, T H, Sgt; McCALL, J J, Sgt, DCM; NOLDER, A G, CQMS; ODELL, H J, QMS; PAIN, J C, Sgt; PAIN, J C, Sgt, MM; PEACOCK, J, Sgt; RANDELL, W E, Sgt; RIDLEY, R A, Sgt; ROWLAND, A E M, Sgt; SHEPPARD, F, CSM, DCM; SPRIGGS, C A, CSM, DCM; STOBIE, G L, Sgt; TURNER, H, CQMS; YORKE, W H, Sgt.
NZ Maori (Pioneer Battalion):
BUTT, E, Sgt; DAVIS, W, CQMS; JACOB, H, Sgt; McMANUS, C, Sgt, MM; PUHA, W, CSM.
NZ Machine-gun Corps:
IRONSIDE, G E, Sgt; KENNEDY, F, CQMS; McQUEEN, N McK, CSM; MIDDLEMAS, N A, Sgt; PRICE, H W, Sgt, DCM; WARD, R, CSM.
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