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AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS
14 OCTOBER 1915

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

Page 19

WAIHI CONTINGENT

BARNES, E; BOSTOCK, H; BROWN, Harry; BROWN, Henry; BUTLER, H; CAPPER, H; CHILVERS, H; COMBER, W J; COUTTS, J; CROCKER, E J; DARGAN, S; DAVIES, L; DAVIS, G; DEAN, B; DEBENHAM, W E; DOYLE, J; DUNTON, G; GARNER, A; GE*R*N (?GEURIN)T A; GILBERT, S A; HALES, R T; HARRIS, G A; HARVEY, A; HERBERT, J; HUGHES, T G; JONES, R J; LOWE, E G, Karangahake; McCLYMONT, R J, Karangahake;JONES, O; LLOYD, C G; LOMAS, C; LUMM, G; McANENY, E B; McANENY, F E; McCORMICK, W S; MANNIX, W M; MEYER, H E; MURDOCH, A E; MATTHEWS, P; NORRIS, J R; PENNELL, H A; PARSONS, J L; POUNCEBY, C S; PAGE, W P; RICKARD, E; RICE, G; ROBINSON, W; TRESTON, P; TATHAM, W P; TAYLOR, J; TREMBATH, G F; WELLS, C; WORTH, W H; PUNCH, G B.

DAVIS, Pte Albert John Vivien – Veterinary Corps, died of consumption at Dunedin Hospital last week. NOK: Mrs Davis, Invercargill.

QUOTA FROM WAIKATO - No.4 Group to join the Miners’ Contingent at Avondale

Skilled Men:
ALEXANDER, W E, Te Kuiti
BRADY, D, Te Kuiti
BROADHURST, W P, Huntly
BROWN, W, Kihikihi
EVANS, P, Glen Massey
FRY, R J, Aria
GROVES, T J A, Kihikihi
HANCOCK, G, Huntly
HAWTHORN, A, Glen Massey
MACDONALD, D, Pukemiro
MACKERSEY, H B, Huntly
McLEAN, K B, Hamilton
NEEDHAM, H, Taumatawaanga
OLIVER, J, Huntly
PAINE, D J, Hamilton
PARKER, W J, Huntly
POWER, T, Te Kuiti
SARICH, A, Huntly
SCHENCK, A, Huntly
SLYFIELD, R G, Hamilton
TWIGGER, T, Glen Massey

Unskilled men:
BARKER, W H, Tokaanu
BEHRENT, H F, Ngahinepouri
FARRELL, F, Hamilton
GEORGE, B, Huntly
McKENZIE, M S, Horotiu
SMITH, T, Otahuhu

Page 20

NEW ZEALANDERS SERVING IN THE AUSTRALIAN FORCES

BANNIN, N C – in hospital, London
BORNE, D R – embarked for England
BRADLEY, W E – in hospital London
CHISHOLM, J – in hospital London
COOKE, E A – in hospital London
DICKINSON, R H – in hospital, London
DOHERTY, Sgt N P – in hospital London
DONNELLY, L/Cpl A – in hospital, London
FINNERTY, H G – in hospital London
GLANVILLE, R B – in hospital, London
GRAHAM, Sgt J V – in hospital London
HAY, R W – disembarked Malta
HAYWARD, P – Embarked for England
HOLSON, G E - in hospital London
JONES, H L – killed in action
JONES, R E – in hospital London
JORDAN, T J – in hospital, London
KAILL, Cpl A R – in hospital London
LITHGO, Sgt S N – disembarked Malta
McCARTHY, J J A – disembarked Malta
McGLASHAN, E – wounded
McGRATH, G – spine, in hospital London
MOORE, J H – in hospital, London
MORRIS, H W - disembarked Malta
NAYLOR, L/Cpl J J L – in hospital London
OLIVER, 2nd Lt C C – killed in action
RYAN, T A – embarked for England
STANLEY, J – in hospital London
STRONG, B – embarked for England
TONGE, Sgt C – in hospital, London
WHEATLEY, W J – wounded
WILSON, L/Cpl T C – wounded

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RETURNED FROM THE SAMOAN GARRISON

BEEBIE, Sgt; BENNEWITH, Pte W J; BERKLEY, Pte W; BODMIN, Pte H J; BOWEN, Tpr G M; BURSON, Pte A E; CAMPBELL, Sgt F; CARTER, L/Cpl E A; COLLINS, Pte A E L; CONNOR, Cpl H C; COOKSON, Pte F G; DALZELL, Pte R D; DAWES, Pte E; DEWS, Pte G; DURKAN, Pte S J; EDDY, Pte M; GAMMAGE, Sgt; HALL, Pte J; HALL, Pte W A; HAMILTON, Pte H; HIGGINS, Pte D; HILL, Pte C W; HISLOP, Pte W H; HOLDEN, Pte A H; HOPKINS, Pte P; JACKSON, Pte E; LILLBURNE, Pte H T; LUDBROOK, Sgt; MACKINDER, Pte H; MARTIN, Pte J; McCARTHY, Sgt J F H; McCONOCHIE, Pte R; MILLER, Lieut A F; MORRIS, Pte C H; OLSEN, Pte G O A; PORTER, Cpl F G; RASMUSSEN, Pte J; RENFREW, Pte W; SHELDON, Pte H H; SMITH, Pte W; SPRINGETT, Pte W; SPRY, Capt P O; STEWART, Sgt W; STRATFORD, Pte E A; THOMAS, Bugler W H; TOUELL, Cpl R G; WHITTINGTON, Pte F M; WILLIAMS, Pte J; WILSON, Pte H; WINDER, Cpl; WOOD, Pte W A.

Page 22

SHARP, Pte T, who was previously employed as a porter on the Gore staff of the Railway Dept and who was proceeding to join the Trentham Rifle Brigade, fell under the north-bound express on Monday at Pukerau, 8 miles north of Gore and was killed. His mother resides in Tasmania.

Page 28

AUSTRALIAN CASUALTIES - New Zealanders serving with Australian troops

ANDERSON, Pte W E – hospital Alexandria; BLACKMORE, Pte H – hospital London; BRADLEY, Pte W E – wounded; CHALMERS, L/Cpl R D – ill; CHAPMAN, Pte R R – ill; CHISHOLM, Pte J – disembarked at Malta; COLVILLE, Cpl G – hospital Malta; COOK, Pte A E – died of wounds; COZENS, Cpl L W – hospital London; CRUTCHFIELD, Pte G A; DOHERTY, Pte N P – died of wounds; DONOGHUE, Pte J H – died of wounds; DUDLEY, Dvr H T – disembarked at Malta; DUKE, Pte C R – hospital London; DUNHAM Pte (born Christchurch) – killed in action; FINNERTY, Pte H D – disembarked at Malta; FRASER, Pte G (2nd) – wounded; FRYER, Pte D – embarked for England; GRUBB, Pte J (2nd) – wounded; HANGY, Pte J D – hospital London; HARGRAVES, Pte C – died of wounds; HAYWARD, Pte P – hospital London; HERBERT, Pte B W J – disembarked at Malta; HOBSON, Pte G E – wounded; HUDSON, Sgt C – hospital Bombay; HYDE, Pte W O – ill; JONES, Pte R M – embarked for England; LINES, Sgt W C – ill; MACDONALD, Pte J A – killed in action; MacGREGOR, Pte R – ill; McGRATH, Pte G – died of wounds; NAYLOR, Pte J J – wounded; PARMENTER, Pte C F – embarked for London; RIDDELL Pte C L – hospital London; ROGERS, Pte W – ill; RYAN, Pte T A – hospital Malta; STAINTEFORD, Pte E E; STRACHEY, Pte C O – missing; TAIT, Pte P – ill; TONGE, Sgt C H – ill; TURLEY, Pte P – wounded; WOODS, L/Cpl G E H – disembarked at Malta.

Page 33

TROOP TRAIN ACCIDENT, Taupiri Station (6 pm)

Four men were leaning out of a window at the time and were struck by the arm of the tablet-exchanger which had failed to work.

CHITTY, Pte Walter – formerly Woodbine Ave, Greenlane, minor injuries
HYLAND, Alexander – 48 King Edward Pde, Devonport, serious lacerations left arm
McGEE, Pte Samuel – 5 Pitt St, Auckland, fatal injuries right side of head, taken off the train at Frankton Junction where Dr J A Going took him to Hamilton hospital but he died at 2 a.m.
TURNER, Pte Thomas – 30 Jermyn St, minor injuries

Further information on page 18, 28 Oct 1915


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