AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS
20 JULY 1916
These are extracts from the Auckland Weekly News magazines and have been extracted with permission.
RETURNING ON DUTY
AMBRIDGE, Frederick C, HQ — Mrs E Ambridge, 35 Chilka St, Berhampore, Wellington
AUSTIN, Albert, Cty Batt — Mrs Nellie Austin, 451 St Asaph St, Linwood, Christchurch
DAVIS, RSM Richard James, WMR — Alice Davis, Dannevirke
McGINITY, John, Div Train — Mrs M McGinity, Feilding
WALLS, Gearden F, CMR — T Walls, 164 Vivian St, New Plymouth
DODDS, Sister, Dunedin
HARRISON, Captain Dr — previously saved from the Marquette
HUMPHRIES, Sister, Napier
MITCHELL, Sister, Wanganui
TUKE, Sister, Auckland.
PROMOTIONS & APPOINTMENTS
The following appointments and promotions of officers, serving in the field with the NZEF, were mentioned in the Gazette of July 6:
Auckland Mounted Rifles
HAEATA, 2nd Lieutenant Walter — to be Lieutenant
McCARROLL, Sgt Thos. — to be Lieutenant
MORRISON, Captain (temp Major) Wm Cameron, NZSC, to be major.
WOOD, Captain Ferdinand August, NZSC, to be major
WYMAN, Captain Ralph, to be major
BOSCAWEN, 2nd Lieut S, Auckland — to be Lieutenant
DOUGHTY, 2nd Lieut H H, Auckland — to be Lieutenant
LYONS, 2nd Lieut M J, Auckland — to be Lieutenant
WILDING, 2nd Lieut F S, Auckland — to be Lieutenant
ALDERMAN, Major Walter Wm — to be Lieutenant Colonel
Machine Gun Unit
REED, 2nd Lieut M R — to be Lieutenant
BRAITHWAITE, Lt Col (temp Colonel) Wm Garnett, D.S.O., Royal Welsh Fusiliers — granted the temp. rank of Brigadier General.
BUCK, Captain Peter Henry — to be Major
KING, Major George Augustus, NZSC — to be temp Lieutenant Colonel
Army Service Corps
BOSCAWEN, 2nd Lieut H T, Auckland — to be Lieutenant
CAMERON, Lieutenant M S, Auckland — to be Captain
ELLIOTT, Lieutenant G E, Auckland — to be Captain
TODD, 2nd Lieut L B, Auckland — to be Lieutenant
MURRAY, Major (temp Lt Col) D N W — to be Lieutenant Colonel
WALTON, Captain (temp Major) R H — to be Major
GUTHRIE, Captain Thomas Errol, RAMC, son of Dr T O Guthrie, formerly of Lyttelton, has been killed in action.
22nd DRAFT — Appointment of Officers
BURRELL, Captain H E — NZ Railway Battalion
McCARTHY, Captain J C — NZ Railway Battalion
PAPP, Lieut A J — King’s College Cadets
RANSTEAD, Lieut R — Auckland Mounted Signal Troop
Registrations at Hamilton — No.4 Group
BARREYATT, Edward V — Mokai; BEARD, Walter — Te Awamutu; BOARD, Sydney F — Mokai; BRADLY, John J — Mokai; BROWN, Edward C — Horotiu; CLARK, Thos. G — Otorohanga; DARBY, Claude P — Te Kuiti; DAVIDSON, George — Poro-o-taroa; FARRELL, John — Otahuhu; HAWKE, Wm H — Pukekohe; McDOUGALL, Malcolm — Pukekawa; OLESEN, Arch. F — Kihikihi; STANTON, Campbell J L — Te Kuiti
19th REINFORCEMENTS No.2 Group
ABRAHAM, J — Walton; ANDERSON, S — Kennedy Bay; ANDERTON, H — Piarere; ARMSTRONG, J H — Te Puna; ARNS, H — Thames; BAKER, J — Waitoa; BARRETT, G A — Whakatane; BARRON, P — Omahu; BERTELSEN, C — Turua; BLUETT, C — Whakatane; BONAKER, H O — Whakatane; BRIDLE, F E — Cabbage Bay; BROWN, W — Manawaru; BURROWS, P M — Te Aroha; CAMPBELL, M — Te Teko; CARLSON, O W — Coromandel; CARNAHAN, E — Rotorua; CARROLL, E — Wardville; CASEY, D — Waharea; CHALTON, H B — Thames; ; LEVELY, A J L — Turua; COBELDICK, E W — Rotorua; CONNING, W F — Waihou; CORBETT, T J — Thames; CORBETT, W H — Rotorua; CRAWFORD, T A — Thames; CRICKETT, J S — Morrinsville; CUMMING, G — Katikati; CUMMINGS, W J — Waihi; DALZIELL, K D — Te Puke; DAVIDSON, J W — Te Puke; DICKSON, A G — Te Aroha; DOUGLAS, J — Tauranga; DUNWOODIE, J L — Morrinsville; ERSKINE, W — Waitoa; EVANS, W J R — Te Puke; FLYNN, H D — Turua; FORBES, C H — Morrinsville; GARRAWAY, F D — Kopu; GLESSING, J P H — Thames; GOBBIE, R — Matata; GREY, L — Te Puke; GROVER, A J — Wairakau; HARRISON, G F F — Paeroa; HARVEY, J H — Waihi; HENRY, W — Waitoa; HUMPHRYS, G — Te Puna; IFWERSON, R — Kopu; JAMESON, F B L — Thames; JOHNSON, A E L — Hikutaia; KENNEDY, J A R — Paeroa; KIRBY, C J — Turua; KITTOW, O J — Okoroire; LACK, J R — Thames; LAND, A F — Manawaru; LAND, I G — Manawaru; LOCKHEAD, T L — Te Puna; LOCKYER, C W - Te Aroha; LYNCH, J H — Morrinsville; MacMORRAN, R — Thames; MATTHEWS, E R — Tatuanui; McCARTHY, E H - Waihi; McCONNELL, R — Tauranga; McDONALD, J R — Ngongotaha; McKEE, A B — Thames; McKENNA, W — Matamata; McLEAN, W A — Ngatea; McMILLAN, A — Turua; McPIKE, S — Parawai; MITCHELL, C C — Rotorua; MURRAY, W — Thames; NEWMAN, H — Tauranga; O’CONNOR, C — Tauwhare; OLSEN, P W — Turua; PARKINSON, H G — Opotiki; PARKINSON, S C — Opotiki; PRESNELL, F P — Waitoa; QUINE, T R — Tahuna; REID, C J — Hikutaia; RICE, C C — Manawaru; RICHTER, G C — Thames; RONDON, R — Waimana; ROSS, W C — Omahu; SAMPSON, H — Taupo; SCHEELE, H E — Morrinsville; SLADDEN, B — Kutarere; SMITH, E — Te Puke; SPROTT, W — Morrinsville; TAYLOR, S — Tauranga; THOMAS, L C — Thames; THOMPSON, H A — Thames; TINGLE, L J — Rotorua; TUCKER, T H — Rotorua; WALKER, T — Amodeo Bay; WALKER, W J — Rotorua; WALLACE, G — Tapu; WHITE, E P — Turua.
CROSBIE, J S — Thames, Artillery; GIBBONS, J H — Te Aroha, Artillery ; GOUDWIN, C J — Tirau, Artillery; HAWKE, H W — Waihi, Ambulance; LAYCOCK, A - Whangamata, Mounted Rifles; LEIGHTON, W M — Te Puke, Mounted Rifles; McNIECE, P — Thames, Engineers; OGSTON, W W — Whangamata, Mounted Rifles.
Probationary non-commissioned officers for the 21st Reinforcements:
GALLAGHER, D — Paeroa; JOHNSON, J H — Te Aroha; LITTLEJOHN, H G — Paeroa; SHEPHERD, M W — Te Aroha.
AUSTRALIAN CASUALTIES - New Zealanders serving with Australian Forces
CALLINAN, J — ill; CLARKE, Pte N W — ill; FAYER, A R — ill; GORE, W H — ill; GRANGE, Pte W — returned to duty; HORNSEY, Pte L R — progressing favourably; LEARY, Cpl T — returned to duty; MANCE, Pte L — Injured.
MENTIONED IN DESPATCHES
BIRDWOOD, General; DALTRY, Capt, NZ Field Art; KING, Capt G A; POWLES, Capt; RICHMOND, Capt J M; RUSSELL, Major General Sir A H
NEWMAN, Lieut, Australian Light Horse (a New Zealander)
WYMAN, Capt, Auckland; HURST, Major, Canterbury; GRIGOR, Lt Col, Otago; LITTLE, Sgt, Otago.
HICKS, Sgt Major, Canterbury; IBBOTSON, Sgt Major; BINNIE, Sgt; KYNE, Sg; . COSBROOK, Sgt; MORRISON, Sgt
MOOR, Sgt Major; SULLIVAN, Cpl; CARDNO, Pte.
ALEXANDER, Sgt; DIGNAN, Cpl; HOLMES, Cpl; MASTERS, Cpl; STEELE, Cpl
Army Service Corps
HAMILTON, Lt Col, Nelson; AVERY, Major H E, Nelson; JENKINS, Sgt.
LUXFORD, J A (Methodist); TAYLOR, T F (Anglican, Canterbury)
ALDERMAN, Major W W, Auckland; COX, Major E P, Wellington; CUNNINGHAM, Major W H, Wellington; ELLIS, Sgt, Auckland; FRANCIS, Sgt, Auckland; GRAHAM, QMS, Auckland; HENDERSON, Sgt, Otago; HOLLAND, Lt J C, Auckland; LITTLE, Cpl, Wellington; MITCHELL, Sgt Mjr, Otago; NATUSCH, Sgt, Canterbury; RHIND, Sgt, Canterbury; WILLIAMS, QMS, Wellington.
MAHER, John, a discharged soldier, who fought in the Gallipoli campaign, died at Greymouth on Sunday while hunting a bullock. Circumstances indicated he fell from the horse and was found with a broken neck, with one foot still in the stirrup. Believed to be a native of Victoria, aged in his 30’s.
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