AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS
12 DECEMBER 1918
These are extracts from the Auckland Weekly News magazines and have been extracted with permission.
CRICHTON, Pte James, VC, Auckland – reference to his experiences at Canal de Nord in a letter to Rev E Palgrave DAVY, Bayswater.
SOUTH AFRICAN VETERANS – Deaths from Influenza
Four members of the First NZ Contingent which fought in South Africa have died from influenza. Their names are:
Mr T CASEY, son of the late Mr Maurice Casey of Auckland
Major W C MORRISON, NZSC, General Staff Officer, Canterbury Military District
Mr James THORPE, Hawkes Bay, employed in the Public Works Dept
Mr R S YOUNG of Ohau, who was rather severely injured as the result of his service in South Africa and never entirely recovered.
The names of three soldiers have been added to the Education Board’s Roll of Honour:
HARE, Private Hubert D, killed in action
DAVIS, Private C B, wounded
NICHOLSON, Private Arthur M, wounded
Sons killed in action
PERRY, Mrs A M
RAMSAY, J B
Staff Sergeant Major F R SLEVIN, teacher at Araparapara, has been awarded the Military Cross.
Lance Corporal S D BARR, assistant, Bayfield, has been awarded the Military Medal
ASHBY, Lieut R E, Wgtn Regt – Bar to Military Cross
BELL, Lt Col P H, Rifle Brigade – DSO
HOLLIS, Lieut R V, Wgtn Regt – Bar to Military Cross
McCLELLAND, Major C H, Ak Regt – DSO
SINEL, Major C W, Ak Regt – DSO
TURNBULL, Major F K, Wgtn Regt – DSO
WILLING, Major H G, NZFA – Bar to DSO
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