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AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS
29 JULY 1915

These are extracts from the Auckland Weekly News magazines and have been extracted with permission.

Page 18

DIED IN CAMP

FRASER, Pte Duncan, Pokeno, Auckland, pneumonia
GRIBBLE, Pte Ernest G, NZMC, cerebro-spinal meningitis, NOK Mr James Gribble, Waiuku, Auckland, died at Trentham
KEMPTHORNE, Pte Daniel, Templeton, Christchurch, pneumonia following measles
MUNRO, L/Cpl John Carville, 6th Reinforcements, septicaemia, NOK Mrs J C Munro, Taihape, Trentham

YEOMENS, Pte George – Parents reside in Stanmore Rd, Christchurch. There has possibly been a mistake in the recording of Pte Yeomens death.

AUCKLAND MOUNTED RIFLES, GALLANTRY OF THE MEN, GROUPS AT GALLIPOLI

Ref. Map, Gallipoli, No.2 – First Group

BRYAN, C
GALE, J H
HACKER, A
HASTIE, Wgtn Inf., M/Gun Section
MOSSMAN, J D
MUNRO, R W
NORTHCROFT, L/Cpl H C
PENMAN, E J
SHOESMITH

2nd Group:

THOMPSON, J
PAGE, G A

3rd Group:

BLUCK, Capt A C
BRADLEY, T
BROWN, H B
JAMES, Lt C
MARR, Staff SM, J
MOODY, W
WHITE, A H
WOODWARD, L/Cpl G F

4th Group:

FARRAR, Sgt C
BRISCO, W

5th Group

CRICKETT, W
LINWOOD, I J

6th Group:

GOULD, K
HILL, Trumpeter R M
SULLIVAN, F A
WATTS, Sgt H H
WILLIAMS, I H L

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AUSTRALIAN CASUALTIES - NZers serving with Australia troops.

IRVING, Pte C – wounded
LANGRISH, Pte S B – wounded
SIMMS, S C – wounded
WILKINSON, Pte J – wounded
WOODS, Pte W J – Ill

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WOUNDED ARRIVE IN ENGLAND

Landed at Plymouth & taken to the Royal Military Hospital at Devonport. So far as can be ascertained all are doing very well.
PLUGGE, Lt Col A – bullet wounds right forearm and left side, shrapnel fuse right side of neck.
HARROWELL, Major E – bullet wounds both wrists.
WEST, Lieut F L G – bullet wound neck.

Men from the Auckland Battalion:
WILCOX, Pte H O – bullet wound right foot
JONES, Pte Harold – bullet wound right foot
PAGE, Cpl R – bullet wound left side chest
MORRIS, Pte J J – shrapnel wound right forearm
HALL, Sgt H N – bullet wound left shoulder
CUTHBERTSON, Pte T W – right upper arm
GASPARICH, Sgt J G – bullet wound right elbow
JOLLEY, Pte A – amputated left middle finger, bullet wound arm

Auckland Mounted Rifles:
DUFFELL, Pte A G – fracture right clavicle, bullet wound both thighs
FINLAYSON, Pte C H – shrapnel both hips

Wellington Battalion:
O’DOWD, L/Cpl T E – shrapnel left elbow
BENNETT, Cpl P H G – bullet wound hip
BEABLE, Pte H H – shrapnel wound left forearm
CORKERY, Pte J T – bullet wound left thigh
WELLS, Pte R – bullet wound groin
MARSHALL, Pte H B – shrapnel wound right arm
LITTLEJOHN, Pte G E – shrapnel wound forehead

Wellington Mounted Rifles:
CAMPBELL, Sgt C H – shrapnel right ankle
MASON, Pte W A – shrapnel left elbow

Canterbury Battalion:
KEAR, Pte Charles – bullet wound left leg

Otago Battalion:
COOK, Pte W A – bullet wound toe
McMURRAY, Pte F P – bullet wound right wrist
SMITH, Pte G M S – bullet wound abdomen
SERGEANT, Comp. Sgt Major G F A – bullet wound & fractured right collarbone
CHAYTOR, Colonel E W C – military hospital Malta, expected in London at an early date
COUGHLAN, L/Cpl, Oamaru – convalescent ex hospital Birmingham, on furlough, to report to HQ, Weymouth.
FORD, Pte J C, 10th Otago Regt - convalescent ex hospital Birmingham, on furlough, to report to HQ, Weymouth.
PIPER, Pte M, 4th Otago Regt - convalescent ex hospital Birmingham, on furlough, to report to HQ, Weymouth.

Dudley Road Section, Birmingham
JACKSON, Pte J, 6th Hauraki
WHITE, Pte J W, 10th Otago
SUTTON, Pte O F, 1st Canterbury
KERNOT, Pte R, 16th Waikato
JAMIESON, Pte P H, Wellington
HATFIELD, Dvr H M, 4th NZASC

Manchester
BOREHAM, Pte H H, 15th, North Auckland
McGUNN, Pte P, Ashburton
OAKLEY, Pte W, 1st Canterbury

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REINFORCEMENT DRAFTS

BETTELEY, George, 20 Lower Vincent St
BLAIR, Allan W, Great Barrier
CUNNINGHAM, Cecil H, Onslow Road
FOLEY, William D, Albany
GIBBONS, Bertram, c/o Public Works Dept
HAZARD, Arthur, 27 St Mary’s Rd
HENDERSON, Henry W, Crummer Road
McPHEE, Kenneth McK, 19 Alexander St
NICCOLLS, John W, Ranfurly Rd
PARKINSON, David T, Kuaotunu
RUTHE, Frank S, Clarence St
SEXTON, Maurice D,Clonburn Rd


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