AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS
25 January 1917
These are extracts from the Auckland Weekly News magazines and have been extracted with permission.
Among those who arrived on Monday afternoon by Express from Port Chalmers, was Gunner FLEMING, recipient of the Military Medal.
ALEXANDER, H C; BADDELLEY, Cpl A G plumber; BROWNE, E grocer; DONALDSON, Cpl C R farmer; DONNELLY, Rflm E labourer; DOUGHTY, Lt H commercial traveller; FITZGIBBON, Gnr J P driver; FLEMING, Gnr R F commercial traveller; FRUEAN, A blacksmith; GALLAGHER, E M fitter NZR; HANDLEY, ?; HOGWOOD, Cpl E J L school teacher; HUME, W bakers cook; HUSTON, R cycle mechanic; INDER, L R driver; JACKSON, W T miner; KELLY, A E motor driver; LANGLAN, S labourer, Mercer; LINDSAY, E; MACK, R H G of Papakura; MADDEN, O H butcher; MALTON, D labourer; McGONVILLE, ?; MILSON, L labourer, Opaheke; MITCHELL, R P farm hand; NICOLL, ?; NOBLE, ?; OWEN, ?; PICKSTON, H; QUARRIE, G H labourer, Otahuhu; SANDHAM, E warehouseman; SMITH, W B labourer; STEWART, J labourer; SUTHERLAND, K M; THOMAS, F commercial traveller4; WOLEDGE, E R clerk.
WAIKATO ENLISTMENTS - Hamilton, No.4 Group
[Possibly 27th or 28th Reinforcements]
AINABOLDI, Philip G farmer, Glen Murray; BENNELLICK, Thomas L hotel-keeper, Whatawhata; COXHEAD, Herbert J farmer, Kihikihi; HEWITT, Walter H Engineer, Te Kuiti; HUTCHESON, David W farmer, Rangiatea; JOHNSTON, Andrew J contractor, Komakorau; MACALISTER, Robert shepherd, Hamilton; MARSH, Edmund C H labourer, Hamilton; McWILLIAM, Norman J farmer, Eureka; MOORE, Charles P farmer, Awakino; PARKER, Edward draper, Hamilton, returned soldier; PATON, Thomas farmer, Cambridge; RATFORD, Lawrence farmer, Tauwhare; REEVE, Walter K postal clerk, Cambridge; WALLACE, Allan A contractor, Tauwhare.
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ANDREWS, Nathaniel Fredk, Aotea; BALEMI, James S, dairy farmer, Kauroa; BASHAW, Hedley Victor, contractor, Te Kuiti; BENNISON, William Henry, dairy farmer, Waerenga; BLACKMAN, Hugh Sandford, clerk, Hamilton; BOLPOYS, Borthwick, farm manager, Tuakau; BROWN, William, farmer, Fencourt; CATEWELL, Hugh, farmer, Kaipaki; CHALLENGEN (sic), Fred., carpenter, Te Awamutu; CHURCHER, Peter Bertram, farmer, Pio Pio; COWAN, Peter Mackay, storekeeper, Kakahi; DROMGOOL, James Edward, farmer, Waikeria; Marakopa; GOODMAN, Richard Wilton, farm manager, Rototuna; GORDON, Alexander, Marakopa; HANSEN, Ernest Bertenshaw, farmer, Haku; HIGGINSON, John Richard, farmer, Whatawhata; HOLMES, Percy Bertram, farmer/beekeeper, Pukeatua; HOPKINS, Louis Percy, farmer, Matapuna; HOWARD, Stanley, farmer/chaffcutter, Wharemarino; HUNT, Fredk James, sheep farm manager, Mangapehi; LETT, Sydney Herbert, shearer, Awakino; MILLS, Wm John, sheetmetal worker, Te Kuiti; PARKER, Joseph Frederick, farmer, Gordonton; PAYNTER, E A, sheep farmer, Kawhia; PAYNTER, E A, sheep farmer, Awakino; REDMOND, Frank Thomas, farmer, Te Mawhai; RICE, Leo Edward, farmer, Ngahinepouri; ROBINSON, Claude Thomas, dairy farmer, Rimanui; ROBINSON, Harold Fredk, farmer, Oparau Valley; ROBSON, W W, farmer, Paeroa; SKILLEIN, Arthur George, mill hand; SOUTH, William, shearer, Te Kuiti; THOMPSON, Alexr Munro, carpenter, Taumarunui; TOLHOLPH, Lawrence, farmer, Ahuroa; WAITE, Walter Douglas, dairy farmer, Pukerimu; WATKINS, Norman Howard, storekeeper/farmer, Te Mata; WHITE, Gerald Bernard, farm manager, Pirongia; WOOLLEY, Esau Samuel, Rukuhia; YANKO, Edward, taxi-driver, Frankton; CLEMENTS, James Jamieson, dairy farmer, Pokorua; FORBES, Walter Edward, engr/sheep owner,; LOCKHEAD, David Robert, dairy farmer, Karapiro; NICHOLSON, George Fredk, farmer, Otorohanga; SMITH, Victor Jubilee, grocer; WATT, John Alex, farmer/factory owner, Cambridge; WEEKES, Henry, dairy farmer, Kaipaki; WILSON, Andrew Stephen, share-milker, Cambridge.
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