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AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS
26 OCTOBER 1916

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FAIRLEY, Private Thomas, D.Company, 21st Reinforcements, of Caversham, Dunedin, was found drowned in Wellington Harbour.

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AUSTRALIAN CASULATIES - New Zealanders serving with Australian Forces

ASHER, Pte J – ill; BLACK, Pte J – prisoner of war; CLARGE (sic), Pte F G – progressing favourably; DUTTON, Pte L J – prisoner of war; FORBES, Pte F – condition satisfactory; GANNAWAY, Pte A E – wounded; GREEN, Pte O – wounded; HUTCHINSON, Pte C N – convalescent; JACK, Pte R W – ill; JOHNSTON, Sgt C H – convalescent; KERKE, Pte T H – prisoner of war; McCARTHY, Pte J – improving; RYAN, Sgt A – progressing favourably; TYNAN, Pte F T – progressing favourably; WOOD, Pte F H – missing.

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HOSPITAL SHIP MARAMA

The Matron in charge of the New Zealand Nursing Service, Miss McLEAN, has advised that the following staff has been appointed to the above ship:

BRANDON, Sister; BROOKE, Miss E – Matron; BURSELL, R E – Staff Nurse; CARRUTH, E – Staff Nurse; DRUMMOND, C – Staff Nurse; EDMONSTONE, J – Sister; FABIAN, A B T – Staff Nurse; GARRARD, G – Sister; GILL, Sister; HAWKINS, C – Sister; HERBERT, M – Staff Nurse; JESSOP, C – Staff Nurse; McNIEL, L A – Sister; MOIR CUMMING, Sister; PARK, M M – Staff Nurse; REAY, L – Staff Nurse; TAYLOR, A – Staff Nurse; TAYLOR, B – Staff Nurse; TROTT, V M – Staff Nurse ; WARD, G – Staff Nurse.

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MILLER, Private Henry, a member of the Somes Island military guard, died at Wellington Hospital from malignant endocarditis following influenza.

MEN FROM NO.4 GROUP, HAMILTON

CARMICHAEL, Donald – Te Kuiti; DRONSFIELD, George – Marakopa; EALES, Bertie E – Frankton; ELLIOTT, Stanley E – Hamilton; FULLERTON, Wilson – Te Kuiti; GIBB, John – Mercer; GIBB, Robert – Mercer; GIBSON, Percy C – Mangapiko; GILES, Charles T – Awakino; HARRISS, Walter – Ohinewai; HOFFMAN, Charles A – Tamahere; HURTON, James M – Frankton; JAMIESON, Roderick McD – Korokonui; KIRK, Harold G – Te Pahu; KLEIN, Lewis – Moetoa; LE HUQUET, Alfred – Hamilton; LEWIS, Frank W – Paterangi; MADSEN, Thos. – Te Pahu; McINTYRE, Archibald – Ohaupo; MORGAN, Lindley V – Te Kuiti; MUNDY, Herbert R – Hamilton; NEWEN, Lyndsay – Matangi; PARLANE, Sidney G – Otorohanga; POLWART, Charlie L – Rangiriri; POWELL, George – Taupiri; RAMSAY, John E – Ngaruawahia; REILEY, Wm – Kihikihi; SKEWES, William – Ngaruawahia; SMITH, George W H – Te Kuiti; SMITH, Wm A – Te Kuiti; WHITE, Frank W – Hamilton; WILLIAMS, Albert E – Te Awamutu.

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MOORE, Gunner J J – A military funeral was held for Gnr Moore who died suddenly at Devonport on Sunday with a RNZ Field Artillery gun carriage which conveyed the deceased to O’Neil’s Point Cemetery. The firing party was selected from his late comrades of the RNZ Artillery.

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ASHWORTH, Private George Herbert, F. Company, 21st Reinforcements, died on Monday at Trentham Hospital from broncho-pneumonia following measles.


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