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AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS
15 JUNE 1916

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

Page 19

OGLE, Pte Alton George, aged 20, E.Co., 14th Reinforcements, died from cerebro-spinal meningitis at Featherston Camp.

DRAFT BROUGHT BY ATHENIC
McDOWELL, Lieut P A – in charge of invalids; CULLEN, Pte F G E; COTTON, Sgt Major J L; COWAN, Cpl C A; FULLER, Pte W A; GARDNER, Pte R; HEAP, Cpl R J; HOLDEN, QMS W R; KENNEDY, Cpl J W; MARTIN, Pte F; RESTON, Pte C; SCANLON, Trooper B A; SENIOR, Pte W J; SEWELL, Trooper A G; SIMPSON, Pte C D; UTA UTA, Pte R; WYLES, Pte L W. WYLEY, Pte A

Page 20

GLENN, Lieut W A, s/o Mrs Glenn of Hawera, has been awarded the Military Cross. Lt Glenn is a settler in the Makirikiri district. He left for England shortly after the war broke out, in order to join a regiment there. He was a member of the famous ‘All Black’ rugby team.

Page 22

AUCKLAND OFFICERS FOR THE 20th REINFORCEMENTS
ANDREW, 2nd Ltd R E – unattached list (b) 32nd Co., Newmarket, Senior Cadets
NAPIER, Lt W E L – Auckland Garrison Artillery
QUARTLY, 2nd Lt A G – Auckland Mounted Rifles
SHERSON, Lt Col E – NZFA, as major
SHORT, Capt A W – unattached list (b), Auckland Grammar School cadets

Page 24

NEW ZEALANDERS SERVING WITH AUSTRALIAN FORCES
BLADIN, H W – returned to duty; FERGUSON, A – killed in action; GRIGGS, D – returned to duty; HORNSEY, L R – wounded; LAINESTON, L A – ill; LEWIS, A L – ill; LOGAN, E – returned to duty; MARCHANT, A – ill; SPROAT, S – killed in action.

Page 33

18th REINFORCEMENTS – HAMILTON GROUP
ANDREW, Henry M – Te Awamutu; ANDREW, Roy G – Te Awamutu; BEET, Edward C – Pirongia; BIRCHALL, Alfred H – Wiamiha; BOARD, Sydney F – Pukekohe; BOWICK, Richard C – Tangitu; BOYLE, Gordon H – Hamilton; BRIEN, Albert J – Tiroa; CALCOTT, Arthur E – Hamilton; CHURCHES, Albert – Te Kuiti; COLEMAN, Cecil – Te Hoe; DAVIS, Leonard S – Te Awamutu; FEEK, Gordon S – Te Kuiti; FINLAY, Albert V – Mercer; HUTCHINGS, Alfred J – Pukekohe; JOHANSEN, Karl A – Kaeaea; KING, Allan F – Te Mowhai; LAING, Robert F – Hamilton; LEE, Godfrey S – Otahuhu; LOCKLEY, Jas. S – Hamilton; LYNN, George H – Whangamarino; McCUBBIN, Jas. C C – Frankton; MILES, John – Te Kuiti; MILLER,Alfred – Hamilton; MILNE,Douglas – Aka Aka; MORTIMER, Richard – Raglan; MURPHY, Daniel – Aka Aka; NEIL, Harold – Te Kuiti; O’HARA, George – Papatoetoe; OWEN, Sidney A – Patumahoe; PORTEOUS, Thomas – Huntly; POWELKA, John – Mangapeehi; RITCHIE, Percy Chas – Papatoetoe; RUSSELL, Jas. R – Kepaki; RYAN, Michael – Pukekohe; SHAW, Wm F – Hamilton; SMITH, Percival J – Hamilton East; SOMERVILLE, Edward J – Rangiatea; THOMSON, Robert – Mangatangi; TOLME, Donald – Aria; TUEGE, Herman F – Waerenga; VINCENT, Sydney T – Hamilton; WARDELL, Robert M – Hamilton; WILLIS, George R – Pukekohe

Page 49

WALLACE, Driver William, It was reported last week that Dvr Wm Wallace of Gisborne, ASC, had been killed in action on 31st May. However, a mistake was made – the man killed being William WALLACE of Thames.


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