AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS
23 NOVEMBER 1916
PRISONERS OF WAR in Germany & Turkey
BEST, Pte W; CAFFERY, Pte R A; MURPHY, Pte J; STUBBING, Pte F G
Dulmen, Westphalia, Germany:
FOWKES, Rfl L M; MERCER, Rfl J A; MENTEITH, Pte A S; ROWE, Pte W; TURTON, Pte W J
BANKS, Cpl W H; BROMLEY, C; MORRISON, Pte J; RICHARDSON, L/Cpl C
POOLE, Pte H J
BUSSELL, Pte J; COULTER, Pte J P; DAVIES, Pte R; EARLES, Cpl F J; FORRESTER, Pte J; GAFFNEY, Pte T; GREY, Pte R; GUNN , Pte G; HAVARD, Pte J P; KEIGHTLEY, Pte E; KING, Pte C T; LAMBERT, Pte W C; McANENY, Sgt G; MONK, Pte G F; MORICE, Pte A M; MORRISON, Pte A; SHEPPARD, L/Cpl F L; PORTER, Pte L A; SHOEBRIDGE, Cpl A J; SURGENOR, Pte W R.
Whereabouts not known:
HARNEY, Tpr J A
STEELE, Pte N
Afion Kara Hissar, Turkey:
ALLSOP, 2 Lt F; BOWEN, Tpr C C; McLENNAN, Tpr J C; McLEOD, Tpr C D; MOORE, Tpr J; MARTIN, Tpr W M; PEARCE, Tpr A; QUINTAL, Tpr D L; SALWAY, Tpr G F; SAUNDERS, Tpr J H.
BROWN, L/Cpl H, 1st London Scottish Batt. POW Germany NOK: Wellington
CARLYON, Capt E T Rupert, 10th Sherwood Forresters POW Germany: NOK mother in Napier
CLEMAS, Able Seaman William Leonard, HMS Nestor POW Germany: NOK mother in Wairoa
HARKNESS, Flight Sub Lt Donald Ernest, DSO, Royal Naval Air Service Compelled to land in Holland where he has been interned; s/o G A Harkness, well known Chief Inspector of Schools in the Nelson District.
WILSON, Ldg Stoker Archibald, HM Submarine E7 POW Turkey: NOK mother in Wellington
No.4 GROUP ENLISTMENTS
ANDERSON, Hugh T Te Kauwhata; BARNARD, Alfred M Hamilton; BOWDEN, Theodore F Hamilton; BROADHEAD, George Aria; BURNARD, Harold G Ngaruawahia; COLLINS, Joseph H Taupiri; DRAPER, Hugh Kawhia; ELLIOTT, Gordon A Hamilton; GIBSON, Cyril Frankton; GODFREY, Leonard C Pirongia; HARRIS, Kenneth S Huntly; HONEYBUN, John Hamilton; IRWIN, Thomas Hamilton (returned soldier); JULL, Edward H Te Rapa; KELLY, Robert Te Mawhia; LEESTON, John H Hamilton; LETHBRIDGE, Norman M Kihikihi; MADSON, Charles O C Ngapuhi; MAUNDER, Thomas P Kawhia; McCOLL, Angus Hamilton; MILL, Peter Frankton; MOIR, Andrew L Huntly; MOIRA (sic) Thomas L Huntly; NORTON, Edwin A B Huntly; OLEARY, Daniel A Waimiha; PAYNTON, Alexander Matangi; POPE, Edward T Maungatawhare Valley; REES, William P M Hamilton (returned soldier); SAMPSON, Charles E Wairangi; SMITH, Alfred Rangiriri; SMITH, Charles Ngaruawahia; SOMERVILLE, Edward J Rangiatea; STEPHENSON, Tom Rukuhia; TUKE, Francis L Hamilton; WILE, Arthur Otangiwai; WILSON, John C Whatawhata.
CLAYTON, Lieutenant A C, Auckland, late of the 29th Ponsonby Senior Cadets, now of the Royal Sussex Regiment, has been appointed an A.D.C. to Major General J C Young, the officer commanding his regiment.
McIVOR, Private Murdoch of the Specialist Co., died suddenly at Thornden Quay last week.
THOMPSON, Arthur, aged 21, only s/o Mr Isaac Thompson of Belgium St and messenger at the Government building, was awarded the Military Medal for meritorious service in the trenches in France. He left Auckland three years ago for Australia where he enlisted in the Commonwealth Infantry Forces.
MEN FOR THE FRONT Auckland City
ADAMS, J M farmer, Pukekohe; ANDERSON, S H farmer, Pukekohe; COOK, A farmer, Pukekohe; FLANAGAN, R farmer, Drury; GEE, R M farmer, Bombay; HAWKE, W H livery stable-keeper, Pukekohe; LIST, G H F carpenter, Tuakau; MACQUEENY, H carter, Ponsonby; MADILL, A farmer, Bombay; McGLONE, P postal clerk, Ponsonby; MITCHELL, F cabinetmaker, Helensville; NOLAN, A B Store-keeper, Ponsonby; PHILLIPS, S farmer, Grey Lynn; PUCKEY, A E farmer, Avondale; STOKES, T G farmer, Bombay; WILLS, G S Pukekohe
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