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AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS
21 MARCH 1918

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

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FLYING TESTS PASSED, Kohimarama Flying School

COVERDALE, H V, Kaiwaka; GOODSON, D T, Hawera; MORRIS, A D, Napier; MORTON, R R, Hamilton; RIDDELL, H D, Dannevirke; SHERRIFF, L A R, Wanganui; WHITE, A L, Auckland

Preliminary qualification for cadetship in the RFC:
FIELD, L, Gisborne; ORR, B, Morrinsville; OTWAY, M, Auckland

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Nurses on transports which arrived in Auckland last week:

GRIGOR, Sister Mary, ARRS, of Scotland, who was Matron in Charge on the voyage, has a noteworthy record of service. She left NZ on 21 May 1915 and for a time was engaged on transport and hospital ships running between Gallipoli Peninsula and Egypt. After a short period of hospital duty in Egypt she was attached to the staff which was being transported on the Marquette on her ill-fated trip. After the mishap she was conveyed to Alexandria and subsequently to England where she has been attached to the staff of the Walton on Thames Hospital for 17 months. She is an Associate of the Royal Red Cross.

HOOPER, Nurse E, of Wakefield, Nelson, left NZ with the hospital ship Maheno and was attached to a hospital in Egypt. Subsequently she was on the staff of the Brockenhurst Hospital.

MARTYN, Nurse E M of Gordon Road, Mt Eden, has been engaged in hospital work in Egypt and England for 2 ½ years. Latterly she was attached to the staff of the Walton on Thames Hospital.

SHIRLEY, Miss M of Napier, who was in England at the outbreak of war, joined the staff of the NZ Nursing Service about a year ago. She came out on duty as masseuse and was assisted by Miss A HOWELL.

OFFICERS OF THE WAIRUNA

The head office of the Union Steam Ship Company is advised that Captain SAUNDERS and officers of the Wairuna are prisoners of war at Karlsruhe. They can be communicated with through the London office of the Red Cross Society. The place of internment of the crew is not mentioned in the cablegram.

DECORATIONS AWARDED

The following New Zealanders, serving in Imperial Regiments, received decorations in the New Year list:

Distinguished Service Order:
BASSETT, Major John C, RGA; DONKIN, T.Capt (Act.Major) Frederick L, RFA; GRIGG, Lieut (T.Capt) Edward W Macleay, M.G., Grenadier Guards, Special Reserve; HEATHER, Major Vincent J, R.A. (Auckland); NEILL, Capt (Act.Lieut-Col) Redmond B, Royal Irish Fusiliers (Dunedin); PARKER, T.Capt (local Lieut-Col) Albert C, Special List (nephew of the late Lord Kitchener, formerly NZ Defence Force, South Canterbury); PINWILL, Major & Brevet Lieut-Col. (T.Lieut-Col) William R, Liverpool Rgt; RICHARDS, T.Capt John Frederick G, M.B., R.A.M.C. (Wellington); ST HILL, Major (T.Lieut-Col) Ashton A, West Riding Rgt; WILLCOX, Capt. Henry B D, M.C., Notts & Derby Rgt (Wellington); WRIGHT, Major Hubert Havard, A.S.C.

Military Cross:
CHAYTOR, Capt. (Act.Major) Francis Clervaux, R.F.A.; GILKISON, 2nd Lieut Thomas Fleming, R.F.A. (formerly of Invercargill); GILRAY, T.Lieut (Act.Capt) Colin Macdonald, Rifle Brigade (Milton); HANNAH, Lieut (A.Capt) Robert William, R.F.A., Special Reserve; NICCOL, T.Capt. George McLaughlin, R.F.A. (Auckland); PARKS, 2nd Lieut (T.Capt) John Bertram, Essex Rgt, attd. 2nd NZMGC; PORTER, Lieut George B L, British West Indies Rgt (formerly Sergeant, NZEF)

New Zealanders who have been mentioned in despatches by General Sir Archibald Murray, late Commander in Chief, Egyptian Expeditionary Force, include:

Staff:
Brig.General W MELDRUM, C.M.G., D.S.O., W.M.R.; Lieut-Col. C.G. POWLES, D.S.O. & Major E J HULBERT, W.M.R.

AMR:
Capt. A.C.M. FINLAYSON; Lieut-Col. J N McCARROLL

CMR:
Lieut-Col J FINDLAY, G.B., D.S.O.; Major D S MURCHISON

WMR:
Lieut E LEVIEN; Lieut C J PIERCE; Major J A SOMMERVILLE, D.S.O.

Engrs:
Lieut R T G PATRICK; 2nd Lieut A G WAINSCOTT

Med:
Lieut-Col. C T H NEWTON, M.B., F.R.C.S.

ANS:
Nurse M McDONALD; Staff Nurse M McDONNELL; Staff Nurse S J McGANN; Staff Nurse L M TRUMBLE

Vet:
Major J STAFFORD

BWI:
Lieut G B L PORTER (formerly NZEF) [British West Indies Regt]

RFA:
Battery Sgt.Major H FRANK (late of the NZ Division Ammunition Column)

General Sir Edmund Allenby, G.C.M.G., Commander in Chief of the Egyptian Expeditionary Force, has mentioned the following NZ officers:

Staff:
Major General E W C CHAYTOR, C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O.; Major C E HERCUS, NZMC

AMR:
Lieut C V BIGG-WITHER; Lieut M E JOHNSON; Trooper R WILKINSON

CMR:
Capt T L GIBBS; Sgt W D GRIFFITH

WMR:
Lieut C H N ALLISON; 2nd Lieut W J HOLLIS; Lieut-Col. J H WHYTE, D.S.O.; L.Sgt W S COLEMAN

Engrs:
Lieut H G ALEXANDER; Sgt H V FAIRLIE

Inf:
Lieut G A FROMM, Rarotongan Co.

MCG:
Cpl D CAMPBELL; L.Cpl G J OLIVER

ASC:
Capt. S CRUMM; 2nd Lieut E N VALPY

Pay:
Capt. A G WILLIAMS [Army Pay Corps]

For Services in connection with the war, the King has made a large number of appointments to the Order of the British Empire. NZ names in the list include:

Officers (O.B.E.): Miss Constance Holmes (Wairarapa); lady inspector, Army Pay Dept; Capt. John McPherson, Adjutant Command Depot, Codford; Capt. the Earl of Onslow, General Staff: Major James T Watson, Embarkation Staff, NZEF.

Members (M.B.E.): Mrs Violet Caroline Bell, V.A.D., NZEF; Mrs Alwyn Valerie Goodchild, V.A.D., NZEF; Miss Agnes Mary Herbert, V.A.D., NZEF; Mrs Margaret Mylrea, superintendent at the YMCA, Sling Plantation; Miss Agnes Isobel Pearce, V.A.D., NZEF; Mrs Elizabeth Woodhead Stewart, V.A.D., NZEF (in charge of the canteen at the NZ War Contingent Assn rooms, Southampton Row); Miss Ellen Elizabeth Stuckey, V.A.D., NZEF; Miss Isabella Clark Watson, V.A.D., NZEF.

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ARRIVAL OF TRANSPORT No.147

Men who have been decorated.:
BENNETT, Lieut P H G – D.C.M. *; CLELAND, Private T B, Taranaki – Military Medal; HANSON, Sgt Instructor S F, Timaru – Military Medal; HARRISON, Lieut Claude, Div Sig Co. – Military Medal; PARK, Lieut G R, Canterbury – Military Cross and a bar; ROBINSON, Private G, Wellington – Military Medal; WILKIE, Private R A – Military Medal; WILLIAMS, Gunner T, Newmarket – Military Medal

Officers returning for duty:
ALEXANDER, 2nd Lieut W, Otago; BENNETTS, 2nd Lieut P H G, Wanganui; BUTLER, 2nd Lieut L W, Gisborne; FORGIE, 2nd Lieut C C, Parnell; HILL, Capt G W, NZ Medical Corps; MUNRO, 2nd Lieut A R, North Otago; STREET, 2nd Lieut C, Christchurch

The following men have returned for duty as instructors in various branches:
BALL, C E G, Staff Sgt, Hikurangi; BROMLEY-SMITH, W E, Staff Sgt, London (enlisted in Canterbury); BROOKS, Sgt T R, Staff Sgt, England (enlisted in Auckland); CAMERON, F A, Staff Sgt, Dunedin; CHALMERS, T C, Staff Sgt, Scotland (enlisted in Auckland); COWDREY, E W, Staff Sgt, Halcombe; ENNOR, J V, Staff Sgt, Napier; GRANT, G, Staff Sgt, Napier; HANSON, S F, Staff Sgt, Pareora; HEAP, L, Co.Sgt Major, Temuka; HUNTER, E G, Staff Sgt, Riccarton; KITTO, A, Staff Sgt, Wanganui; LAWSON, H, Staff Sgt, Patea; NEILL, E A, Staff Sgt, Feilding; SCOTT, H B, Staff Sgt, England (enlisted in Auckland); STORY, L J W, Staff Sgt, Palmerston North; WOODWARD, F, Regt Sgt Major, Wellington

The following men belonging to the Artillery, who left NZ with the Main Body, are returning on furlough:
CARTER, Cpl J, Petone; JOHNSON, Gnr J S, Tuatapere; McDONALD, Gnr A, Scotland; McINTYRE, Gnr J C, Morrinsville; THWAITE, Cpl T, England; WILLIAMS, Gnr L, Otago; WILLIAMS, Gnr T, Newmarket

ARRIVAL OF TRANSPORT No. 148

Men who have been decorated:
ARMSTRONG, Captain D C, Wellington, awarded the Military Cross for services in France.; SAUNDERS, Major John L, Dunedin, awarded the Distinguished Service Order; DIGBY-SMITH, Major Alfred, Dunedin, awarded the Distinguished Service Order; CONNOR, Major J, NZMC, Dunedin, awarded the Military Cross; MOORE, 2nd Lieut Wm A, Haslett Street – awarded the Military Cross

Men who returned for duty:
BRODRICK, 2nd Lieut Norman A, Wellington; GRAY, 2nd Lieut Evererd P, Christchurch; HAYDON, 2nd Lieut Edwin J, Havelock North; MOORE, 2nd Lieut Wm A, Haslett St, Auckland

ARRIVAL OF TRANSPORT No. 149

CUTTEN, Private G, Wellington, died at sea on 11 March, buried at sea on the same day.

BUXTON, Captain T L, Hawera, acted as adjutant and quarter-master.; GILMOUR, Captain B H, Dunedin, medical officer; KEYTE, Sister B, Whangarei, Matron in Charge.; WHITE, Mr J H, YMCA representative, has been attached to the Italian Red Cross.; WRAY, Major W G, M.C., Wellington, officer commanding the troops during the voyage.

Men who have been decorated – all members of the Main Body or early reinforcement drafts.

BRIDGEMAN, 2nd Lieut G, Dunedin, Military Cross; DEVEREUX, Major G de B, Market Rd, One Tree Hill, Military Cross; HARTMAN, Lieut B, Remuera Road, Military Medal; KELLY, Sister S, with the British Red Cross in Russia, wears a Russian decoration; STEWART, Captain J G, Napier, Military Cross; STRACHAN, Sister E, with the British Red Cross in Russia, wears a Russian decoration; WATSON, Captain Wm, Arney Rd, Remuera, Military Cross; WHITMORE, Captain F N, Nukutawhiti, Military Cross; WOOD, Lieut R, Stratford, Military Cross and Military Medal; WRAY, Major W G, Wellington, Military Cross

Members of the Main Body selected for commissions for duty with future reinforcements:
AITCHESON, 2nd Lieut J A, Waikouaite, Otago; CAMPBELL, 2nd Lieut F, Wanganui; DAWSON, 2nd Lieut W T, Dunedin; HARTMAN, 2nd Lieut B, Remuera Road; HUDSON, 2nd Lieut J S, Waikumete; LIPSCOMBE, 2nd Lieut L T, Te Kuiti; STEAD, 2nd Lieut W A, Timaru.

Officers returning on duty:
BEVIS, Lieut W J, Dunedin; DENNISTON, Lieut G G, Dunedin; DEVEREUX, Major G de B, Wellington; GAMBLE, Lieut C, Wellington; GILMOUR, Capt B H, NZMC, Christchurch; HAWKINS, Capt C A B, NZMC, Napier; HYSLOP, Lieut A McD, Hastings; POWELL, Chaplain E C W , Christchurch; STEWART, Capt J G, NZMC, Timaru; WATSON, Capt W, Arney Rd, Remuera; WHITMORE, Capt F N, Nukutawhiti; WOOD, Lieut R, Stratford; WRAY, Major W G, Wellington.

Auckland men of the Main Body returned on furlough:
BLACK, Pte G H, Otara; COOPER, L/Cpl J H W, Birkenhead; GORDON, Reg. Sgt Major R, Auckland; HAGEN, Pte W, Mt Smart Rd, Onehunga; HARPER, Sgt C O, Devonport; PARKINSON, Pte C J, Morrinsville; POTTS, Sgt A A, Cambridge; WILSON, Sgt S, Tapu

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ON ACTIVE SERVICE – Recent Promotions

O’NEILL, Lt Col E J, DSO, NZMC, who has been officer commanding at the NZ Stationary Hospital in France, has been appointed officer commanding at Walton, in place of Lt Col T MILL, CMG, who is seconded for duty to NZ.

NEWTON, Lt Col C T H, NZMC, who has been officer commanding a NZ Mounted Field Ambulance, has been appointed officer commanding NZ Stationary Hospital and Major R H WALTON has been appointed Colonel Newton’s successor at the Field Ambulance.

CAMPBELL, Lt Col R O, DSO, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, has resigned his commission. For many years he was manager in NZ of Messrs Robert Campbell & Sons.

BUCK, Major P H, DSO, Pioneer Battalion, is transferred to the NZ Medical Corps.

LUXFORD, Major J H, NZ. MGC, is placed on the NZ roll on account of ill health caused by wounds.

Forces on the Egyptian Front

MACKESY, Lt Col C E R, CMB, DSO, AMR, has been appointed to command NZ training units and depots in Egypt, in place of Lt Col C R SPRAGG, WMR, who has been appointed officer commanding Desert Mounted Corps Rest Camp at Port Said.

REED, Captain M R, AMR, and Major C R E MACKESY, have been placed on the NZ roll on account of ill health contracted on active service. Major H S WHITEHORN succeeds the former as second in command of the regiment; and Captain W E CARTER is promoted major, vice Major Mackesy. Captain G S CHEESEMAN, with the rank of Major, succeeds Captain Carter.

STALLARD, Lieut F J W, MC, NZFA, is commanding a heavy trench mortar battery and now holds the rank of captain.

SENIOR, Captain C H A, MC, Auckland Regt, is placed on the NZ roll on account of ill health contracted on active service.

KETTLE, Major D, MC, Wellington Regt, who has been appointed A.P.M., 11 Anzac Corps, has been succeeded by Major C A HERMAN as A P M, NZ Division.

Officers of the Auckland Regt who have been appointed Captain:
BAKER, Lieut F B; DALDY, Lieut E V; ROBERTSHAW, 2nd Lieut A K.

BEAMISH, Major F E, Auckland Regt, relinquishes his majority on departure to England on duty. He has been appointed Company Commander, 4th Reserves Battalion, as also have Major G de B DEVEREUX, M.C., and Captain W WATSON, M.C.

Lieutenants in the AMR who have been promoted Captain:
AVERILL, W W; CAWTE, G; De CASTRO, C B K; HAEATA, W; WADE, H L.

BOLD, Lieut H W D, RNR, has been declared fit again, after his attack of fever, contracted in the Mediterranean. He was formerly in the Union Steam Ship Co’s service, joined the NZEF, was wounded at Gallipoli and ultimately transferred to the RNR.

RNVR Sub-Lieutenants, motor boat patrol, promoted to the rank of Lieutenant:
ADAMS, R A – Auckland; ALDERTON, C E L – Auckland; ANSTICE, James – Nelson; BOTHAMLEY, G F – Wellington; BRIGGS, J F S – Wanganui; BROWN, Charles V – Napier; CARTER, Oscar W – Auckland; COZENS, Alfred C W – Auckland; CURRIE, William A – Auckland; DEAN, Arthur J – Dunedin; DENHAM, Charles L – Christchurch; ENDEAN, W P – Wanganui; GARDEN, William A H – Dunedin; GEORGE, S G T – Auckland; GOODWIN, Harold L – Wanganui; HEMUS, Harold V – Auckland; HINES, Joseph S – Christchurch; HISLOP, Walter H – Dunedin; HORSLEY, George W – Wellington; JARVIS, Hubert N – Christchurch; JENKINSON, Louis – Auckland; KIRKWOOD, M S – Onehunga; KIRKWOOD, Ronald, A – Auckland; RESTON, T C – Auckland; TREANOR, F J – Pukekohe; WATSON, Raymond M – Port Chalmers; WILSON, William A – Wellington.

CARNAHAN, Acting Sergeant A G, NZFA, has transferred from the NZEF to the Auxilliary Patrol Service with a commission.

MAHONEY, Sgt B G, 1st, Auckland, Infantry, who was recommended at the beginning of 1917 for an Imperial commission, has completed his course and has been posted to the Royal Munster Fusiliers.

WILD, Gunner (temp.Corporal) R G, NZFA, has transferred to the RNVR with a commission.

A number of New Zealanders who qualified at Kohimarama during 1917 and came to England for the RFC, have received their commissions. These include – ALDERTON, T D H – Auckland; AUSTIN, S R – Foxton; BARBER, W J – Wellington; De LISLE, R M – Hastings; GRAY, R H – Wellington; HYDE, F de M – Hamilton; HYDE, G C – Tarras; MITCHELL, W G – Wanganui; RUSSELL, Richard – Invercargill; STRAIN, E N – Port Chalmers; TODD, C P – Dunedin

A second officer in the Royal Fleet Auxilliary service is Mr P A Eaddy, who is stationed at a base in the North.

New Zealand Prisoners:
EVANS, Gunner C, Tank Corps, reported missing at the end of November; BISHOP, Private J, Welsh Regt, of Auckland, posted missing in July 1916, now officially stated to have died on that date.; ELLIS, Lieut S H, Northumberland Fusiliers & RFC, taken prisoner in September 1916, is now in London at Queen Alexandra’s Hospital for Officers, Milbank.; OXLEY, Private Hubert, 2nd, Auckland, Regt, who was taken prisoner early last year, has been repatriated. His right arm is badly hurt and will need a long course of treatment.; KEMP, Private Frederick W, Auckland, who has been repatriated to England, has had a foot amputated. He is in hospital at Bagthorpe.; MOUSLEY, Lieut E O, RFA, of Auckland, who was with General Townshend in Mesopotamia and taken prisoner in August 1916, is at Constantinople.

The following NCO’s and men have been reported as transferred from Germany to Switzerland for internment, having arrived in Switzerland on 27 December:
ABRAHAM, Pte J, 1st AIR; BANKS, Cpl W H, 1st CIR; BUNN, Pte E, 2nd AIR; CHOPPEN, Pte A, 1st AIR; CLOAN, Pte T C, 2nd AIR; CRAWFORD, Pte J J D, 2nd AIR; DOYLE, Pte F P, 2nd AIR; FAITHFULL, Pte N, 2nd AIR; FEATHERSTONE, Pte, 2nd AIR; FISHER, Sgt C J, 2nd WIR; JONES, Pte A, 1st AIR; LOCKETT, Sapper A H B, NZE; LYNCH, Pte R, 2nd AIR; NOTLEY, Sgt P F, 2nd AIR; POOLE, Pte H J, 1st CIR; WATSON, Pte J W B, 4th RB.

FRASER, Sister A C, Australian Nursing Service (Auckland), left England for France a few months ago. She is now on duty in Italy at a Stationary Hospital.

CRAICK, Rev H Steele, C.F., is at present in Bristol on leave after seven months with his battalion in France. He is now being held for duty elsewhere.

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FOR SPECIAL TRAINING

A draft of about 200 men to undergo special training in the C1 camp left Auckland on Thursday by special train.

Hauraki Group:
BAKER, J, Waitoa; BELL, J P, Thames; BELL, N V, Te Aroha; COTTLE, M L, Waihi; CRICKETT, F I, Morrinsville; DEAN, J K, Paeroa; DUFTY, W H, Hikuai; ELLERY, J Y, Te Aroha; ELLIOTT, S, Paeroa; GEAVEY, P J D, Te Aroha; HART, H W, Te Aroha; KENYON, J W, Ngarua; KERR, J, Thames; KILBRIDE, J H, Morrinsville; McENTEER, C, Waihi; MOORE, D V, Cabbage Bay; PERKINSON, H, Te Whetu; RUSK, D, Tirau; RYAN, E M, Te Aroha; WATSON, P R, Te Aroha.

No. 4 Waikato Group:
BLACKMAN, Thos R, Hamilton; BLECKYNDEN, John C, Hamilton; BOOTH, John T, Ngaruawahia; BREWER, Albert, Ngaruawahia; BROMWICH, Fredk, Ngaruawahia; BURKE, Edward, Frankton Junction; CAMPBELL, Norman T, Ngaruawahia; CONNOLLY, James J, Gordonton; COX, Reginald S, Cambridge; DUNN, Reginald M, Aria; ELLIOT, Alex. N, Ngaruawahia; FRANKLYN, Treherne R, Cambridge; FRYE, William H, Hamilton East; HEALY, Francis C, Huntly; LEARY, Richard M, Hamilton; MANN, James, Hamilton; MANSELL, Robert A H, Hamilton; McHATTIE, Henry D, Taringamutu; McINTEER, Hugh, Te Kuiti; NICHOLSON, Wm C, Te Kuiti; PETTEY, Gerald W, Te Awamutu; PHELPS, Thos. H, Hamilton; PULTON, Terence F, Hamilton East; ROBINSON, Harry, Kopuku; RYAN, Lawrence W, Hamilton; SUTTON, Andrew, Hamilton; WHITE, William M, Taupiri; WILTON, Frederick B, Te Kuiti.

VANES, Thomas, Te Kuiti, will enter Awapuni Camp for home service as medical orderly.

No. 17 Group, Bay of Plenty – For C1 camp at Featherston:
BROWN, H H, Tauranga; CHATWIN, C H, Opotiki; DOWLE, R C, Rotorua; EARL, J F, Tauranga; GILLINGHAM, J W, Rotorua; HAZARD, C E, Whakatane; HUME, J L, Tauranga; KENT, E L, Tauranga; LOONEY, D R, Opotiki; McCLENNAGHAN, Tauranga; McNAUGHT, S T, Opotiki; MITCHELL, G E, Rotorua; MOORE, J E, Rotorua; QUINN, C R, Opotiki; REECE, G, Opotiki; STEVENSON, W, Opotiki; WELSH, J, Tauranga.

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NZ HONOURS

The following have received a Bar to their Military Medal:
GILBERT, G, Infantry; HOOPER, H M, Sergeant, MG Corps; McDONALD, F W, Sergeant, Artillery; SANDS, L R, Corporal, Infantry; WILSON, J H, Infantry

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APPEALS BY RESERVISTS

Whangarei :
DAVIS, George W, Kaikohe; HARRIS, Joshua Thomas, Kiripaka; HOEY, Alexander H, farmer, Puwera; PETERSEN, Oswald, dairy farmer, Maungatapere; TAYLOR, Victor J, Kamo; WHITEHEAD, Richard William, draper & clothier, Whangarei.

Hokianga:
CLAPHAM, M G, farmer; CURRY, H H; GREGORY, Arthur, farmer, Broadwood; GREYSON, A W G; IRVINE, G J M, farmer; MAXWELL, S B, storekeeper, Kohukohu; RITCHIE, William, farmer, Te Arae; ROSEY, Albert E, farmer, Taheke; SHARLAND, Walter; WHITE, Charles W, farmer, Rangiahua; WHITE, G S, farmer, Waimamaku; YARBOROUGH, A G S, farmer, Paponga.

Kaikohe:
DICKASON, Thurston Wyatt, chemist, Kaikohe; HENLEY, David, farmer, Awaroa; JOYCE, Albert Edward, sawmiller, Kaikohe; KILLEN, William Gilbert, farmer, Kaikohe; KING, William Arthur, public works hand, Kaikohe; MATTSON, Charles Henry, farmer, Kaikohe; NEILSON, Robert Ferguson, saddler, Ohaewai; NIGHTINGALE, Rae John, hotel manager, Kaikohe; POMARE, Frederick, Kaikohe; STURGE, Joseph Robert, farmer, Okaihau; WETIWHA, Eruera Whatanui, bushman, Karetu; WRIGHT, Fred. Henry, farmer, Waimate North.


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