AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS
26 APRIL 1917
These are extracts from the Auckland Weekly News magazines and have been extracted with permission.
MEN FOR HOME SERVICE
WOODHOUSE, F R J, Birkenhead
SHAW, E J, Napier St, City
HAMBLIN, L, Henderson
McCARTER, E W, Public Trust, Wellington
RETURNED FROM SAMOA
Returned for duty:
ANDOW, Pte H C; BENNETT, Cpl C C; BENSEMAN, Sgt L O; BOYD, Pte A K; BURTON, Pte A E; CAMPBELL, Pte J; CARRIGAN, L/Cpl G; COTTON, L/Cpl L; COX, Cpl J; DOUGLAS, Pte J; FRIIS, L/Cpl L M; HARWOOD, Pte G; JONES, L/Cpl J S; KEEFE, Pte C M; LIGHTFOOT, Pte E; MATHER, Pte J; McARTHUR, Lt J D; McFARLANE, Cpl A J H; MILLS, Pte J; MOORE, Pte J R R; MORRISON, Pte B S; OLSEN, Pte P; PEACOCK, Cpl P W; SHACKEL, Pte S S; SIMPSON, Pte E J; SMART, Pte G; SMITH, Pte A W; SMITH, Pte J E V; STOKES, Pte G; TAYLOR, Pte H J; TEAGUE, Pte C F; TREBILCO, L/Cpl T; WARREN, L/Cpl H; WELLS, Pte H; WOOD, Bugler.
Returned on Furlough:
ALLEN, Sgt P R; GRIMES, Cpl P J; DUNLOP, Pte G F; McLEAN, Pte A R; TREDEGAR, QMS H.
BOYLE, Pte M F; WRIXON, Pte E
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APPEALS BY RESERVISTS
NAMES MENTIONED IN BALLOT APPEALS
BARRIPP, Barney G, Fort Street; BEAVER, Vincent G, mill hand, Onehunga; BEEHAN, Eldred O E, commercial traveler; BLACKWALL, Henry H (has joined the Royal Flying Corps); BRENNAN, Thomas, farmer, Taheke; BRIERLEY, Cecil Gordon, storeman; BROWNE, Harold W, farmer, Aratapu; EDLINGTON, Harry, dairy farmer, Razorback; GORDON, Henry, carrier, Rangiriri; GOULD, Arthur, warehouseman, Mt Eden; HAMILTON, William J, farmer, Papakura; HAMMOND, F A, manager of chemist shop; HESKETH, William, market gardener, Papatoetoe; IRWIN, Walter D, farmer, Opotiki; LICHFIELD, Noel T, farmer, Patumahoe; McHUGH, William — over military age; McMILLAN, Thomas Edward, managing editor, Waiuku Daily News Co; MILLS, Vincent H, Remuera; NIXON, Adam, superintendent, Sanford’s fishing fleet; PERHAM, W H, o/c Parengarenga Gumfields Ltd; PULHAM, Rudolf W R, Matakana; RUNCIMAN, Sidney B, Mt Eden; SCHISCKA, Martin J, bushman/farmer, Upper Waiwera; SMYTH, Richard F J, farmer, Henderson; TAYLOR, Charles, surfaceman, Onewhero; TOOMAN, Joseph, dairy farmer, Pukekohe; TURNWALD, Joseph, farmer, Puhoi; WHITE, Francis C, fisherman/seaman, Sale Street; YOUNG, Charles M, employee of A B Donald Ltd
CADMAN, Arthur — coalminer, Waihi; CARTWRIGHT, Joseph — horse-breaker, Matamata; COLLINS, Ernest — Thames; HICKEY, John — farmer, Matamata; LLEWELLYN, W H — telegraph linesman, Paeroa; MAGUIRE, Arthur, slaughterman, Taihape; PHILLIPS, Francis — carpenter, Te Aroha; PHILLIPS, Thomas — carpenter, Te Aroha; POWDRELL, G H — farmer, Matatoke; VICKERRS, Louis — dairy farmer, Te Poi; YEARBURY, Leslie — dairy farmer, Waikino
BELL, Gilbert — farm manager, Tatuanui; BLUNDELL, Hugh — grazier, Waitakaruru; DOBBLING, M J — engineer, Morrinsville; HOGAN, John — farmer, Manawaru; SUTTON, Percy — farmer, Waihi Plains; THOMSON, Peter — dairy farmer, Manaiti; TREANOR, John — contractor, Waihi; WILLIAMS, John — farmer, Tahuna.
CORRIGAN, J J, Ohaupo; DEATH, J C, Rukuhia; FINLAY, C Q, Hamilton; GAE, B, Ohaupo; GARRETT, J K — commercial traveller; GORDON, S C, Taupiri; LAW, Wm James, Gordonton; McKIBBIN, J E, Kawhia; O’DONNELL, W E P, Hauturu; PERRIN, W, Paterangi; QUILL, Te Akau; RUSSO, D, Mona Vale; THOMPSON, H, Pukerimu; TICKLEPENNY, E R, Whatawhata; WALLACE, W, Cambridge; WILLIAMS, E J, Gordonton.
BRASSELL, G, stockman, Westfield; COOPER, Alfred, contractor, Remuera; CARRON, H, coal dealer, Newton; CRELLIN, Albert, builder, Ponsonby; DELAHUNTY, William, labourer, Tuakau; DENBY, John, farmer, Clevedon; IRWIN, John, farmer, Awhitu; O’BRIEN, George, driver, Ponsonby
HOWARD, 2nd Lieut Harry Elsmore of the Northumberland Fusiliers, serving with the New Zealanders at Gallipoli, has died of wounds.
LANGDON, William Manning, ASC Driver, suffered an accident at the Defence Office, Rutland St, on Friday, while driving a wagon load of small arms ammunition to the Drill Hall. He was a married man aged 43, married, with 2 children, a carpenter, living at James St, Arch Hill. Associated names: Dr KNIGHT, F V Fraser, SM, Albert Edward Palmer, uncle of deceased, Det Sgt Alfred Hammond, Lieut Samuel Mellows, Alexander James Bell, Dr D R Niven. A verdict was returned in accordance with the medical evidence and that the accident was due to the unsafe condition of the gutter at the crossing. There was no evidence of negligence or want of skill on the part of the deceased.
NZ PRISONERS OF WAR
LAWRENCE, Pte Robert, Hauraki Co., 1st, Auckland, Infantry, wounded, POW in German hands. Died on 10 December 1916 at St Clotilde Hospital, Douai, and is buried there.
THOMSON, Pte Jack, Hauraki Co., 2nd, Auckland, Infantry, died in a German field hospital, on 3 November 1916 and is buried at Haubordin Cemetery.
CROSS, Pte Edwin, 2nd, Cty, Inf. Care of Kriegsgefangenenlager, Group 1, Comp.5, Barr.4, Dulmen, Westfalen, Germany.
Prisoners in Turkey:
BOWEN, Tpr C C, AMR; HAVARD, Pte J P, Wgtn Inf; McANENY, Sgt George, Wgtn Inf; SALWAY, Tpr Gordon, 2nd WMR; STEELE, Pte Norman, Wgtn Inf; SURGENOR, Pte W R, Wgtn Inf.
At Afion Kara Hissar:,br> DAVIE, Pte R J, c/o Officers’ Mess; FORRESTER, L/Cpl W J, Otago Inf; GREIG, Pte Benjamin, Wgtn Inf; HARNEY, Tpr J A, AMR; McLENNAN, Tpr J C, AMR; MONK, Pte G F, Wgtn Inf., Officers’ Mess; MOORE, Tpr James, CMR ; MORRISON, Pte Angus, Otago Inf; PEARCE, Tpr Arthur, AMR; PORTER, Pte Lee A, Wgtn Inf; QUINTAL, Tpr D L, AMR; STEELE, Pte Norman, Wgtn Inf; SURGENOR, Pte W R, Wgtn Inf
BOWEN, Tpr C C, AMR; BUSSELL, Pte J, Wgtn Inf; HAVARD, Pte J P, Wgtn Inf; McLEOD, Tpr C D, AMR; SAUNDERS, Tpr J H, AMR.
At Bilemedik Pozanti:
COULTER, Pte J P, Wgtn Inf; EARLES, Cpl F J, Wgtn Inf; GAFNEY, Pte F, Wgtn Inf (Hadji Kiri; GUNN, Pte G, Wgtn Inf; KING, Pte C T, Ak Inf (Hadji Kiri); LAMBERT, Pte W C, (Hadji Kiri); SHEPPERD, L/Cpl Francis, Wgtn Inf; WILSON, Ldg Stoker Archibald, HM Sub E7.
MORICE, Tpr A M, CMR
McANENY, Sgt G, Wgtn Inf; MARTIN, Tpr W M, AMR; SALWEY, Tpr Gordon, WMR.
The NZ POW Dept urges upon friends sending parcels to POW’s to pay great respect to the following prohibitions: Do not send scented soap in food parcels as it renders all other contents uneatable. Do not put biscuits, chocolates or sweets loose in boxes or parcels. Do not send cake except in a tin well soldered down and perfectly air tight.
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