AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS
18 FEBRUARY 1915
These are extracts from the Auckland Weekly News magazines and have been extracted with permission.
15 Engineers left Auckland on Wednesday last week to join the 5th Reinforcement Draft at Wellington.
BURKE, Jack; CAMPBELL, Daniel R; FELLOWS, Charles G; HENLEY, Thomas C; INSLEY, Geoffrey W; JONES, Lawrence S; KELLY, Frank; LEARY, James A; McLURE, Bertie; PORTER, Frank; ROWE, Tertius W; RANKIN, William C; SHORE, John; SKINNER,Arthur S; WILLIAMS, Richard
REINFORCEMENTS DRAFT - MORE MEN FOR TRENTHAM - AUCKLAND'S RECRUITS - ALL BRANCHES STRENGTHENED
Some 241 men, under the command of Major NORTHCROFT, left Auckland to join the fifth reinforcement draft at Trentham. The names of all the men who comprised the force are not available, as a large proportion of them were drawn from the Whangarei district.
Mounted Rifles - 3rd, Auckland, Mounted Rifles
ADDIS, H D; BARKER, W B; BILKEY E E; BILKEY, R W; CAMPBELL, J B; CARTER, J A; CRIGHTON, J W; DEVENY, J M; FEFCOAT (sic), W H; FLAVELL, F L; FOWLER, L E; HARTLEY, J; HEARD, G H; HILL, R; HOLMES, A; HOLMES, W; HUNT, C R; HYLTON, T; LUCAS, J H; JACKSON, C A Mc; MARSHALL, J L; O'CONNOR, C J; OAKDEN, P V; PARRY; PULLMAN, W V; ROBINS, A; RYAN, E J; SANDS, D; SHANAHAN, R; SMITH, C; WATERS, M L; WATERS, R L; WATERS, S; WOODS, A O; WORDSWORTH, F
11th, North Auckland, Mounted Rifles:
ANDERSON, A O; DENLY, H; HANCOCK, W G; HINMAN, H E; LANGDALE, S; RAMSDEN, H J; TURNWALD, J F; WEYMOUTH, B N
15th, North Auckland, Regiment:
CARR, H; DAVIES, J; DONALD, C; GOULD, J; HARRISON, C R; HERDMAN, J G; JACOBS, G E; JOHNSTON, R; KNIGHT, E W; McKILLOP, H A; PAGETT, T E; PILKINGTON, H; ROBINSON, R; RYAN, T F; SMITH, A; SULLIVAN, W; TAUPAKI, H; VICKERY, C; WILSON, E J; WRAY, A
Posted to Otago Infantry Regiment
ANDREW, T; ANDREWS, E F; BATES, F; BELL, J F; DRYLAND, E G; EDWARDS, T; FREDERIKSEN, F; GRIFFITHS, W; HUXTABLE, F; JOHANSEN, C; JONES, W F; KIRKHAM, E; LONG, F; MASON, T; MILLER, R; MOORE, C A; MOORE, F G; PASCOE, F C; PRITCHARD, F W; PURCELL, P C R; ROGERS, S; ROSS, S G; RYAN, A J V; SIMPSON, O V; SMITH, L W; SYLVIA, E; TAYLOR, A; WISE, L W; WOLFENDEN, J T
Army Service Corps
CASSEY, S P; CLARK, W G; GALLAWAY, N D; HATTIE, H; HENDERSON, T; HULME, G F; JOHNSON, F J; KING, C A; MERRICK, J J; SLATER, A A; WEBB, F T
Sixth Draft, NZEF
Approved, on probation, as officers:-Infantry: Captain S S ALLEN, 6th, Hauraki, Regt (on probation as major)
Second Lieutenants: K SKOGLUND, unattached list; H J MOORE-JONES, unattached list; I H WATSON, 3rd, Auckland, Regiment; W P GREY, 6th, Hauraki, Regiment; W WATSON, Mounted Rifles.
Captain A G MAHAN, reserve of officers.
2nd Lieutenants - J EVANS; R L WADE
Sixth Draft (to date)
ABBOTT, C G; BARTLEY, W; BELSHAM, A; BETTS, H R; BOYCE, E; BRIGGS, F H; BRYANT, W; BUTTERWORTH, H W; CARROLL, T J; COATES, H W H; DEVERSON, B G; FIELDING, S A; FOLEY, Leonard J; FORD, W A; FRASER, John Roy; FRISTIN, E; GALLAGHER, N M; GRAHAM, G; GRAHAM, P J; HASZARD, Horace; HIRST, F P I; HODDER, V J; JONES, Clarence S; LEWIS, R N; LUCAS, W H; MAX, J; McKAY, A; McLEAN, Wm G; MERRICK, Thomas; NAIRN, Jas. Bruce; NEWTON, F G J; NORFOLK, F W; PALMER, F K; PEARCE, F G ROBERTSON, Colin R; SHORE, A R; SMITH, L; SPEIGHT, R; SWAN, W F; SWANSON, W G; WILSON, J
Fifth Reinforcement draft from No.4 Group
AKEHURST, C; BELFIELD, H W; BENGE, E J; CHRISTIANSEN, J J; FARRER, M R; FARRINGTON, L F; GEE, T A; GOWER, A C; GREGORY, G; GULLY, F J Slade; HEDGE, C H; HINTON, A; HOLST, H; HOOPER, J R; JAMIESON, A E; KELLY, F J; KING, R; LUNNON, W G; MARLE, B; McCARR; McGEE, W J; MERITO, D; MEYER, R R; OLDFIELD, O; PITT F A; RICHARDSON, J E; RULE, E J; SHAND, A G; SIM, B; THOMAS, L E; THOMPSON, J; VERCOE, G W; WARD, J; WHITE, C H.
ATKINS, W H; BEAVEN, S; BECKERLEG, W R; BENGE, W H; BLACKMORE, S; BLOXHAM, S E; BRADLEY, D A; BRADLEY, F G; CANTWELL, P W; CARSWELL, H; CLARKE, J E; COGGINS, W A; COLVERT, A; CORK, H; COUPER, J R; CRANN, S; DEMENT, W G; DEVEREAUX, P J; EATHER, E W; EVERED, A J; EVERED, F; FISH, W; FORREST, C H; FOSTER, R C; FRANKLIN, N G; GORDON, R N; GRACE, P P C; GRANT, W R; GRIFFITHS, V G; HAMILL, S W; HARGREAVES, P C; HENDRICKSEN, M; HENDRICKSEN, T; HILL, D; HODGE, S N; HOLLAND, A; HUGHES, T G; JENKINSON, J N; JOHNSON, J A; JOHNSTONE, C; JOHNSTONE, J; KEMBLE, J H; LAUGHTON, G F; LEONARD, D; LITTLE, G; MASTERMANN, G F; McBREEN, E; McCABE, W J; McDERMOTT, F J; McGILL, A; McKAY, F J; McKENZIE, L N N; McKINDER, C; McKINNON, K; McKONE, J; McLEAY, D R; McLEAY, R; MILNE, R N; MINIHAN, J; MOORE, A S; MORRIS, R C; MORSY, J; MOULD, A V; NICHOLSON, T B; OLIVER, J V; PARKINSON, L M; PATTERSON, G; PATTERSON, W; PEAK, G P; PEARCE, P G; PRINCE, E G; RUSSELL, R N; RYAN, A; SHAW, J; SHEPHERD, F W; SMITH, S C; THOMSON, A; TIBBY, C P; TODD, N T; TOMPSITT, M N; TRAVES, L S; WALDEN, P; WALSH, P; WEAVER, S G.
6th Hauraki - under Staff Sgt-Major G DEAN
MAHONEY, B G; MAHONEY, E L; McAULFIELD, R G; McCORMACK, R D; WITHERS, J.
AHLERS, F A; AYLWARD, E E; BAIR, F B; BARRETT, W; BLOMFIELD, P S; CARLTON, E; CHALKEN, W L; CLEMENTS, W J; CROMBIE, R A; CULLEN, F G; CUTHBERTSON, A; DICKEY, W; EDWARDS, W C; EVANS, H; GAMBLING, S H; GARDENER, F N; GEMMING, T J; GREENWOOD, G C; GRIFFIN, P R P; GROVES, R T; GURNEY, W; HAMPTON, G; HARSANT, F G; HORSMAN, W E; HUGHES, J; HUNT, G W; JEFFERY, E ; JEFFERY, J; KAY, A; KENNEDY, J; KINSELLA, F; KINSELLA, G; LENNOX, H; MAXWELL, E; McCOLLUM, T M; McCONNELL, J; MEDHURST, T W; MILLER, P S; MOORE, J L; MORAN, P J; MORISS, B J; MORISS, D; MOYLE, T; MURLAND, W; NICHOLSON, N; O'BRIEN, E H; O'DONOGHUE, T; OSBORNE, J T; OXLEY, P H; PADLIE, W G; PENO, T B; PHILLIPS, W G; PRITT, C; REDFERN, A W; RUSSELL, G H; SHANNON, A; SHARP, E J; SHIPHERD, D H; SPENCE, J; TAPSELL, T; TRIGG, F J; TURNER, W I; URSON, F R; WEST, S T; WILCOX, F W R; WILLIAMS, G T; WILLIAMS, J; WILSON, G; WOODCOCK, C.
ROLL OF HONOUR
HAM Pvte W A Ham, Motueka, Nelson, fatally wounded in the Suez Canal engagement 3 Feb 1915, first of the NZEF to be killed in action. Photo p.44
MORETON Seaman John Thomas Moreton, Christchurch, HMS Philomel, died of wounds.
KNOWLES Seaman William Edward KNOWLES, Lyttelton, HMS Philomel of the NZ Squadron, Killed in action.
TROOPS IN SAMOA - Men on the sick list:
Railway Engrs: ELLIOTT, Spr J B; FUREY, Spr B J; THOMSON, Spr J H.
5th Wellington Regiment: CROWTHER, Cpl A S; DIXON, Pte W; HURRELL, L/Cpl; MARTIN, Pte F; STUBBS, Pte H.
Army Service Corps: B ROCKLEBANK, Pte W
NZ Medical Corps: DANIEL, Pte R J
Signal Section: PEARCE, Pte J W
APPLETON, G; BASKIVILLE, H A; BOGGS, F J; BURNETT-LOCK, H W; CARROLL, W; CHURCH, A E; COLEMAN, E J; COLLEY, S; COOPER, J H; CROCOMBE, A B; CRUTCHER, W; DAY, F; GALLAGHER, H; GILROY, F; HUGHES, A E; KAVANAGH, C C; LORAM, W A; MACK, C; MARKS, R; MATHIESON, H B; MURPHY, J; MURRAY, G; NEWMAN, R C; PHILLIPS, R; PRESTON, H N; ROYLE, G J; SALLEN, F C; SEYMOUR, B; TOMES, A; TWEEDY, A N; WATSON, F; WELHAM, W; WILEY, W L; WILSON, F R; WOOLLATT, A; YARDLEY, H H.
NURSES FOR THE FRONT
New Zealand nurses for service under the direction of the British War Office:
Wellington: McBETH, Mary; PENGELLY, Edna; PRICE, Frances; SMAILES, Elizabeth; SPEEDY, Fanny
Auckland: CLARKE, Sarah; COMMONS, Daphne; HARRIS, Emma; MITCHELL, Maud; NUTSEY, Emily; SUTHERLAND, Mary; YOUNG, Carrie
Christchurch: BUTLER, Theresa; CHALMER, May; CURTIS, Emily; DAVIES, Kathleen; FANNING, Rose; HARRIS, Edith; INGLIS, Alicia; LIVERSEY, Eva.
Dunedin: CADDER, Grace; CORMACK, Jean; DODDS, Jean; LOWE, Christina; MOORE, Janet; NIXON, Elizabeth; SMITH, Barbara; WILKIE, Marie.
ANDERSON, Cora (Thames); BARNITT, Kate (New Plymouth); BENNETT, Ina (Palmerston); BIRD, Louisa (Wanganui); BUCKLEY, Annie (Waimate); BURKE, Lily (Hamilton); CROOK, Mabel (Palmerston); FRICKET, Matilda (Hamilton); GIBBON, Christina (Riverton); INGRAM, Jean (Nelson); MILLER, Jane (Southland); SAMSON, Margaret (Oamaru); SCOTT, Isabella (Timaru); SEARLL, Alice (Timaru); SIDDELLS, Florence (Wanganui); STEWART, Isla (Masterton); TAYLOR, Ethel (Hawera); WILLIAMS, Agnes (Gisborne); WRIGHT, Kate (Napier)
APPOINTMENTS OF OFFICERS, NZEF, EGYPT
Major J G HUGHES, D.S.O., NZSC, assistant military secretary - taken over the duties of camp commandant, HQ, NZ Division Expeditionary Force.
Major Charles SHAWE, Reserve of Officers, Rifle Brigade (The Prince Consort's Own), officer commanding general base depot - appointed third grade general staff officer.
Captain MOORE, commanding Otago Infantry Batt., - granted temporary rank of Lieut Colonel.
Captain REID, granted temporary rank of Major
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