AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS
26 OCTOBER 1916
FAIRLEY, Private Thomas, D.Company, 21st Reinforcements, of Caversham, Dunedin, was found drowned in Wellington Harbour.
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.
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.
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.
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 OíNeilís Point Cemetery. The firing party was selected from his late comrades of the RNZ Artillery.
ASHWORTH, Private George Herbert, F. Company, 21st Reinforcements, died on Monday at Trentham Hospital from broncho-pneumonia following measles.
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