AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS
13 APRIL 1916
These are extracts from the Auckland Weekly News magazines and have been extracted with permission.
MARTINEUX, Lieutenant H R, V.C., (Boer War), died in Dunedin Hospital on Saturday, aged 42, Otago Infantry Battalion. He had been invalided home on the Maheno. His widow and child reside at Hwopstad, Orange Free State.
McLEOD, Private Robert Clarence of Tuapeka Mouth, received the Distinguished Conduct Medal at a public meeting in the Lawrence Town Hall last week, for gallantry and devotion to duty at Cape Helles.
NEW ZEALANDERS SERVING WITH AUSTRALIAN FORCES
CONSIDINE, J E – ill; CRAIG, H O – ill; HARRIS, R H – ill; QUISLEY, E J – ill; RODGERS, J – ill.
CHAPLAINS RETURNING WITH WOUNDED MEN
Captain EVANS – Church of England; Captain KINCAID – Roman Catholic; Captain SHAW – Presbyterian.
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