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AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS
22 JUNE 1916

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

Page 18

BECKMAN, Captain A, NZ Engineers, killed whilst taking part in a demonstration of bomb throwing and trench fighting at Trentham. Lieut BALE, late Warrant Officer, Royal Engineers, was injured. Capt Beckman leaves a wife who is at present very ill and 3 children, the eldest daughter being 20 years of age.

Page 20

RETURNING INVALIDED FROM SAMOA

FARRELL, Martin Peter – NOK: Mrs T McEwen, Helensville
FRANKLYN, Spencer Purrfoy – NOK: Mrs L M Franklyn, Normanby, Taranaki
HOGG, Joseph – NOK: Mrs S J Hogg, Onslow Rd, Epsom
NEWTON, Thomas Clark – NOK: Miss D Newton, c/o McFarland, Mt Eden
RAWSON, Lt Col C M – PMC
SMITH, Sgt Edward John – NOK: W J Smith, Perth, Western Australia
SPRY, Hon. Capt Palmer Otto – NOK: Mrs L L Spry, Station Rd, Remuera, Auckland
STOCKS, Albert – NOK: Miss H Stocks, Lincoln College, Christchurch
THOMAS, Llewellyn – NOK: Mrs K Edwards, Gowerton, Glamorganshire, South Wales

Returning to duty:
MARSHALL, Farrier Corporal James – NOK: Mrs J Marshall, 28 Wright St, Newtown, Wellington
SULLIVAN, Cpl Richard – NOK: Mrs R Sullivan, Waimate

Returning for Leave:
APPLEGARTH, Cpl Albert Lincoln – NOK: Mrs M G Applegarth, Arcadia, Timaru.

Page 22

MEN FROM HAMILTON – No.4 Group 18th Reinforcements

ATKINSON, Herbert S – Wharepuhunga; BONES, John – Piopio; BRAY, Ralph A – Hamilton; BROWNE, Alec. – Papatoetoe; DUNWOODIE, Wm D – Te Awamutu; FRASER, Leslie – Mercer; FREDERIKSON, David E – Te Kuiti; GERRAND, James – Rangiriri; GERRAND, John F – Mananui; GIBSON, Albert J – Horotiu; HUGHES, Percy H – Te Kuiti; HUNTER, George – Pukeatua; HUTT, Augustus – Ngaruawahia; HYLAND, John J – Te Awamutu; JOHNSTON, John P – Otahuhu; KIRKWOOD, George – Waiuku; LYON, Jas. – Kihikihi; MAPP, Richard – Waiau Pa; MARSHALL, Herbert E F – Te Kuiti; McCARTHY, Wm Thos. – Taupiri; MEADWAY, Hubert – Ohaupo; MOODY, Franklin – Hamilton; NICHOLS, Arthur R A – Otorohanga; RIDDLE, Alexander P – Kaeaea; SKEWES, William – Ngaruawahia; TARRANT, Patrick – Waitomo Caves; TRIBE, Arthur C – Mercer; VAUSE, Harry – Cambridge; WARNER, Francis W – Otorohanga; WOOD, Claud H N – Mangere Bridege; WRIGHT, Cecil J – Hinuera WRIGHT, Herbert C – Te Rere

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NEW ZEALANDERS SERVING WITH AUSTRALIAN FORCES
BAKER, L/Cpl, F – killed in action; BAKER, Pte R M – returned to duty; CAMERON, Pte A – died from illness; DEBOUREL, Pte E R – returned to duty; DOWNEY, Pte W C – ill; GORE, Pte W H – ill (3rd occasion); HORNSEY, Pte L R – wounded; MACKAY, Pte L F – returned to duty; McLEOD, Sgt W J – ill; MORTON, Pte R – seriously wounded; PAGET, Pte I – ill; PIRIE, Sapper F S – wounded; TAYLOR, Pte C T- returned to duty.


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