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AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS
14 SEPTEMBER 1916

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BOATE, Sergeant Major P C of Manurewa, will be presented with the Medaille Militaire on Saturday 23 September. The decoration is from the President of the French Republic in recognition of distinguished service during the Gallipoli campaign.

MAHONEY, Private F, was also to have been honoured but he has returned to the Front. He was awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal for conspicuous gallantry and resource on the night of 26/27 August 1915 during the Gallipoli operations.

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COOKE, Private Thomas, V.C., native of New Zealand, aged 35, many years resident in Wellington, builder. Served with Australian Forces. Believed killed on 28th July. He stuck to his post under fire and when relief arrived he was found dead beside his gun. He leaves a widow and young children.

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AUSTRALIAN CASUALTIES - New Zealanders serving with Australian Forces or having next of kin in NZ

ARCHER, A G – wounded NOK: Father – M F Archer, Milton, Otago
ARCHER, Pte A G – wounded
BAKER, Cpl R M – wounded
BAXTER, T L – wounded NOK: Father – John Baxter, Invercargill
BEAR, L/Cpl, C H - wounded
BLACK, L A – removed from dangerously ill list NOK: Mrs J Black, Cambridge
BREAKSPEARE, H – wounded NOK: Mother – Mrs M Breakspeare, Miramar, Wellington
CARR, E E – wounded NOK: Uncle – David Latter, Christchurch
CARR, H – wounded NOK: Mother – Mrs M Carr, Milburn
CARR, Pte E E – wounded
COOKE, Pte T – killed in action
DAILEY, Sgt S A – returned to duty
ELDER, Pte K – returned to duty
FORSTER, H – killed in action NOK: Mother – Mrs J Forster, Linwood, Christchurch
FRAZER, W A - killed in action NOK: D Frazer, Bulls
FRYER, Pte D – wounded
FRYER, Trooper D – wounded NOK: Father – J Fryer, Blenheim
GEESLER, Cpl G - missing
GIESLER, G – missing NOK: Father – W Giesler, Leith Valley, Dunedin
GIVEN, A M – missing NOK: A Given, Dunedin
GRANT, A H – wounded NOK: Mother – Mrs J Grant, Norsewood, Hawkes Bay
GRANT, Pte A S – wounded
GUTHRIE, Staff Nurse E M – returned to duty
HUNT, T P – wounded NOK: Sister – Miss P D Hunt, Dunedin
HUTCHINSON, C N – wounded NOK: Miss S Gadd, Ponsonby, Auckland
JENKINS, T V – wounded NOK: Mother – Mrs M J Jenkins, Devonport, Auckland
KELLEWAY, L/Cpl P H – wounded
KELLEWAY, P H – wounded NOK: Mrs C Kelleway, Auckland
KERKET, Pte T H - missing
KING, H J - killed in action NOK: J S King, Kaukapakapa, Auckland
KING, Pte H J - killed in action
LIDDLE, J R – wounded NOK: Mother – Mrs M Liddle, Auckland
MACKAY, J – wounded NOK: Brother – R Mackay, Christchurch
MACKAY, Pte J – wounded
MAUBON, J E – wounded NOK: Mother – Mrs J Maubon, Southbridge, Canterbury
McDONALD, Pte J - wounded
McGOWAN, W F – wounded NOK: Brother – D McGowan, Mataura, Southland
McRAE, Pte J D – killed in action
MULHOLLAND, F – wounded NOK: Mrs R Mulholland, Kaikorai Valley, Dunedin
MULHOLLAND, J S - killed in action NOK: W Mulholland, Queenstown
NEEDHAM, Capt J F – ill
NEMEY, Pte T E – ill
NEWEY, T E – seriously ill from wounds NOK: Wife – Mrs A Newey, Helensville
NOLAN, Pte J B – killed in action
O’GRADY, P A – missing NOK: P F O’Grady, 17 Taranaki St, Wellington
RASMUSSEN, Pte C J F – died of wounds
RIVERS, C W – wounded NOK: Grandmother – Mrs A Rivers, Oamaru
RIVERS, Pte C W – wounded
RONALDSON, Cpl O T – wounded
RONALDSON, J – wounded NOK: Mother – Mrs E C Ronaldson, Ponsonby, Auckland
RYAN, Lieut P V – wounded NOK: Wife – Mrs EM Ryan, Manurewa, Auckland
SAVAGE, Pte S - wounded
SCOTT, Pte W – wounded
SIMPSON, L/Cpl H W – died of wounds
SINCLAIR, J R – wounded severely NOK: Mother – Mrs J Sinclair, Christchurch
SHALDERS, Sgt H - wounded
SIMS, Pte S C - missing
SMITH, P – wounded NOK: Sister – Mrs N Scott, Dunedin
STONE, Lt J E – killed in action
TOMLIN, A W – wounded NOK: Mother – Mrs A L Tomlin, Blenheim
TORR, E - killed in action NOK: Mother – Mrs C Torr, Wairoa, Hawkes Bay
WALKER, J – wounded NOK: Miss M F Brummett, Grey Lynn, Auckland
WALKER, Pte J – wounded
WHELAN, P C – wounded NOK: Brother – D Whelan, Orepuki
WHELAN, Pte P C – wounded (2nd)
WHITESIDE, R – now convalescent NOK: Mother – Mrs F Whiteside, Auckland
WILLIAMS, L/Cpl S L – wounded (2nd)
WILLIAMS, S L – wounded NOK: Father – Rev W J Williams, Sumner, Christchurch
YATES, A E – wounded NOK: Father – G H Yates, 437 Adelaide Rd, Wellington
YATES, Pte A E – wounded

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No.4 HAMILTON GROUP – 21st Reinforcements

ALLWILL, Stephen S – Hautapu; BANKIER, John A – Te Kuiti; BEST, Stephen A – Waiuku; BLACK, George J – Waikeria; BURGESS, William F – Pakuranga; CLIFFORD, Leslie J – Waitomo Caves; CURRY, Charles J H – Hamilton; ELLIOTT, Stanley A – Hamilton; GERARD, William E F – Huntly; GIFFORD, Ray H – Ngaruawahia; HARRIS, Michael – Kihikihi; JAMIESON, Roderick McD – Korakonui; KITTERIDGE, Arthur W – Waikeria; McCOSKRIE, Harold – Taupiri; McINTOSH, Richard – Huntly; MITCHELL, Stanley – Pukekohe; NORMAN, Sydney – Te Kawa; PARK, William J – Ngaruawahia; PEARCE, Alexander – Te Kuiti; RADFORD, Claude B – Tauwhare; RADFORD, Gordon – Tauwhare ; SHORT, Henry J – Otahuhu; SIMPSON, Joseph E – Pokeno; STANBROOK, Gordon L – Hamilton; STEENSON, Joseph – Pukekohe; THOMPSON, Arthur R – Korakonui; TURNER, Charles – Mercer; WALDEN, Alfred – Pokeno; WALKER, Alexander K – Papakura; WHITE, Frank W – Hamilton; WILLIAMS, Harry – Hamilton; WILLIS, Percy John – Onehunga; WILSON, Charles F – Kihikihi; WILSON, William H – Kihikihi.

Maori Reinforcements:
HEUHEU, Thomas – Poro-o-tora; TURNER, David – Otorohanga.

For No.2 Group:
SALMON, Martin N - Morrinsville


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