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AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS
13 JULY 1916

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

Page 20

RETURNING FOR COMMISSIONS

JICKELL, Sgt Hugh N, WMR – Capt S Jickell, Palmerston North WALES, SQMS John G C, WMR – J G K Wales, Gloucester Gate, London WAYMOUTH, Cpl Stephen F N, Field Engrs – Captain N Waymouth, Piccadilly, London

RETURNING ON DUTY

DODDS, Jean C, NZANS – Miss C Dodds, Goodwood, Otago
HARRISON, Capt Thomas, Med.Corps – Mrs D Harrison, Palmerston North
HUMPHREYS, Phyllis Rona, NZANS – Mrs Aikin, Papongahokanoa (sic)
MITCHELL, Emily Freeman, NZANS – R Mitchell, Fordell, Wanganui
QUEREE, Ernest G, Med.Corps – J P Queree, Linwood, Christchurch
TAULIAULI, Maori Cont – Halkai Tukuapa, Tonga
TUKE, M Ellen, NZANS – M Tuke, Epsom, Auckland

INVALIDS

ATKINSON, Richard T, Otago Batt – Miss N Atkinson, Tokomaru
BLACKBURN, Farrier Sgt Richard, WMR – Mrs Blackburn c/o Mrs E Kiff, Wanganui
SMITH, Peter, WMR – Mrs P Smith, Caversham

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AUSTRALIAN CASUALTIES - New Zealanders serving with Australian Forces

CLARKEN, Pte – returned to duty; HOSIE, Pte – returned to duty; SHEPHERD, Gunner – Ill (2nd occasion); WYNYARD, Sgt R – Wounded (2nd occasion).

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CLAYTON, 2nd Lieut A C, late of 29th Co. Ponsonby Senior Cadets, has been granted a commission in the Royal Sussex Regiment.

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SEDDON BROTHERS

News has been received from Lieut T Seddon, M P, and Lieut Stuart SEDDON, RHA, that they are well. Word was also received from Mrs WOOD (nee Miss Ruby SEDDON) that her husband, Fleet Surgeon WOOD, was transferred to HMS Zealandia as Fleet Surgeon and served in the Jutland battle.


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