AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS
30 MARCH 1916
These are extracts from the Auckland Weekly News magazines and have been extracted with permission.
BADLEY, Pte W J C, ASC Mrs Emily Badley, Armadale Rd, Remuera
DICKEY, Pte W, AMR Mrs Georgina Dickey, Whangarei
ENGLAND, Pte A C, CIB C S England, Longfield, Orakau
QUINTAL, Pte N, NZRB Mrs Lang, 105 Cook St, Auckland
SHARMAN, Surgeon Captain E W, NZMC, was in charge of the men who are convalescent.
ENLISTMENTS IN NO.3 GROUP Men from North Auckland
AGER, G Opua; ALLEN, A G Whangarei; ARMSTRONG, E A Pakaraka; BAKER, L Dargaville; BAKER, T Rangiahua; BURNS, A Waipapakauri; CAVANAGH, W Kaikohe; CLARKE, R E Paparoa; CULLEN, S G Maungaturoto; EDDY, H J Marohemo; ENSOR, C H Kohukohu; EVANS, J A Dargaville; FLOWER, H R Maungaturoto; GALLAGHER, J Waipapakauri; GAMBLE, F Dargaville; GRAHAM, S A Awanui; HART, F H Helensville; HAWKEN, H A Maunu; MAXWELL, L S Whangarei; PURCELL, A R Rangiora; RAWLINGS, B H N Dargaville; RODERICK, A Dargaville; SMITH, J B Dargaville; TAPPENDEN, E W Kaitaia; WILLIAMS, W J Kaikohe; WINTERS, H H Dargaville; WRIGHT, A J Dargaville.
HUBAND, R Maungaturoto; HUBAND, R C Maungaturoto; TRAIL, W H Red Bluff, Warkworth.
KENNEDY, J W Devonport
Army Service Corps:
KENNY, H H Kaeo
AUSTRALIAN CASUALTIES (New Zealanders serving with Australian troops)
ANDERSON, Cpl W E returned to duty; ANGOVE, Pte E J hospital Heliopolis; CLARK, Pte W J ill; CONNELL, Pte F returned to duty; CONSIDINE, Pte J R out of danger; DICK, Sgt J convalescent; HALL, Pte C F returned to duty; KNOWLES, Pte W G returned to duty; McKNIGHT, Pte R W returned to duty; ROBERTSON, B J ill, hospital, Cairo; ROSS, Pte H Mudros; THOMAS, H ill; WOODS, Pte W J Heliopolis; WYNYARD, Cpl R ill.
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