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AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS
30 MAY 1918

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

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MILITARY MEDAL WINNERS

MAYALL, Sgt David, son of Capt Geo Mayall, Valley Rd, Mt Eden, has been awarded the Military Medal. Whilst a patient in hospital in October 1917 he voluntarily acted as a donor for blood transufision with the object of saving the life of a comrade.

GWILLIAM, Gunner G W A, 21, son of G W A Gwilliam, Wanganui Avenue, Ponsonby, who has been awarded the Military Medal, has been on active service since the outbreak of the war, at the age of 17 ˝ . Before the war he was with the locomotive branch of the Railway Dept.

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APPEALS BE RESERVISTS – AUCKLAND

ALLEN, Thomas Dane, Devonport; BARRON, Mrs E, applied for the return of her wounded Main Body son; BLACK, James, dairy farmer, Puni; De VILLE, Frank O; FALKNER, Louis C, umbrella-maker; HASSETT, George, Eden Terrace; LEWIS, Walter H, customs officer, Stanley Bay; MILES, Edwin, Ponsonby; MITCHELL, Percy; NOBLE, Private J, returned soldier; PAUL, John, farmer, Ahuroa; PECK, John; PODGER, Wm V, Shortland Street; SCALLY, Hugh, Hobsonville; STONE, Chas E, mechanical engineer, Newmarket; TAYLOR, Frank, Greenlane; THOMPSON, John T S, volunteer recruit; WILES, William C, charcoal-burner, Whitford

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DECK, Lieut Col H O’B, NZMC, is to take over control of the King George V Hospital at Rotorua on 1 June, from Colonel Stuart NEWALL, CB, who has been honorary commandant of the institution since its establishment. Col Deck’s control is to be temporary as Col D S WYLIE of the Medical Corps is to be officer in permanent charge of the hospital.

The youngest member of the Auckland Returned Soldiers’ Assn is a lad of about 16 ˝ years of age. He is a native of Australia and enlisted in the Australian forces about two years ago. He got as far as Egypt and after being over 18 months on active service, he was discharged on account of his youth. The boy, who looks about two years older than his years, has come to NZ with the object of enlisting in the Dominion force if possible. He was admitted as a member of the Returned Soldiers’ Assn this week.

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Names added to the Auckland Education Board’s Roll of Honour

ANSENNE, Private – KIA
SENIOR, Lieut Stanton E, M.C. – reported wounded
WALKER, Private Eric T L – KIA

QUOTAS FROM THE COUNTRY – 42nd Draft

North Auckland Group:
ACE, P, Whangarei; ADAMS, F A, Okaihau; ANDREW, W, Te Kopuru; ARMITAGE, J, Mangonui; B*ORRLUND, J A, Pakiri; BEEBY, V S, Aratapu; BEEHRE, R A, Whangarei; BROWN, R A, Mangawai; BUFF, R W, Pahi; CLARKE, R A, Waimate North; DAVEY, R T G, Dargaville; DAWSON, C, Kaikohe; FENTON, A A, Tangiteroria; FERGUSON, A, Kaeo; GILLIAND, J, Whangarei; GOING, C M, Maromaku; GRAVETT, E W, Pakiri; HARRIS, J H, Kiripaka; HERBERT, R H, Utakura; INGHAM, Ephe, Mullet Point; JENNINGS, W T, Tawharanui; JOHNSON, A A, Waimamaku; JONES, J S, Warkworth; LEES, J A, Kohukohu; LeQUESNE, J, Aratapu ; MACKAY, E H, Waipu; MACKERETH, J G, Okaihau ; MATTHEWS, C V, Awanui North; McDONALD, H, Waverley; McINTOSH, P S, Kaikohe; McLEOD, J, Kaitaia; MILLER, G W, Whangarei; MILLER, J, Tatarariki; MITTCHEL (sic), S C, Tamatarau; MOODY, C H, Whangarei; MORGAN, B W, Avondale; MULDROCK, K L, Maunu; MUMFORD, W, Waiotu; OLIVER, W, Opua; PAUL, J, Ahuroa; PEART, M F, Ruawai; PHILLIPS, A N, Streamlands; PRESCOTT, A H, Upper Waiwera; PRICE, T N, Awanui; SMART, W A, Kohumarui; SMITH, J J, Dargaville; SWANSTROM, C A, Limestone; THOMAS, A A, Kaitaia; TURNER, J, Waipu; WALLACE, H B, Maungaturoto.

Waikato Group:
ANDREWS, W A L, Wharepunga; ARMSTRONG, C E J, Hamilton; BARFORD, H J, Hamilton; BARKER, F C, Hamilton; BATEMAN, K A, Taupiri; BLACKETT, W H V, Kiokio; BOND, C F, Hamilton; BRETT, E, Kihikihi; BROPHY, T, Te Kuiti; BRUNTON, E, Ngaruawahia; BUCKLAND, M F J, Hamilton; CALLESEN, E, Matangi; CAMPBELL, R D, Hamilton; COE, D, Gordonton; CORBOY, J C, Pokuru; CUTHBERT, W H, Hamilton; DEAR, L G, Frankton; DEFVERELL, S J, Hamilton; DEVINE, W, Tamahere; EAGLE, R E, Gordonton; FLEMING, G, Ngaruawahia; FRASER, D J, Hamilton; GARMONSWAY, R L, Ohaupo; GOODWIN, W C, Hamilton; GRAVES, A G, Ngaruawahia; HILL, R H, Cambridge; HOMERSHAM, H M, Otorohanga; HOWARD, H, Whangamarino; HUNT, F C, Ohaupo; HUNT, H de V, Hamilton; KENDALL, J, Ngaruawahia; KERR, W W , Kawhia; KINGHAM, T D, Hamilton; KIRKHAM, C W, Te Mawhai; LUXFORD, F W, Hamilton; MANKTELOW, L, Hamilton; MASON, W A, Hamilton; McCAFFERY, W H, Hamilton; MOORHOUSE, T, Cambridge; MORRISON, E G, Pukekawa; NEW, G H, Frankton; NICKLINSON, O, Puketutu; PARK, E M, Waerenga; PATON, R C, Cambridge; REILLY, H J, Frankton; RILLEY, H, Cambridge; RUSSELL, H, Aria; RYDER, J H, Onewhero; SANDERS, R H, Ohinewai; SCOTT, J B, Kawhia; SIGNAL, C H, Rata; SIM, W G, Pirongia; SMITH, A L, Gordonton; SPEY, T J, Kawhia; SWAN, W, Te Kauwhata; TAYLOR, W J, Hamilton; WARD, F E, Matangi; WHITLEY, G, Hamilton; WILLIAMS, W H, Frankton.

Paeroa:
BAKER, F, Cabbage Bay; BRADY, J F, Te Aroha; BYGRAVE, J, Te Aroha; CAMERON, C, Thames; CAMPBELL, W G, Waikino; CLARKSON, W C, Waihi; COLLINS, P H, Tahuna; CORRINGHAM, R, Paeroa; FISHER, L T, Netherton; GARDINER, J, Thames; HAMILTON, G K, Waihou; HILLS, L J, Putaruru; LARSEN, R T, Te Aroha; MANGHAM, H M, Waihi; McLAREN, F A, Manawaru; MITCHELL, H S, Morrinsville; O’SHEA, M, Waihi; PATTON, J G, Hikuai; PAYNE, P T, Waihi; PINDER, J, Paeroa; SIMMONDS, R, Coromandel; STEPHENSON, S W, Patotonga; STONE, G, Patetonga; TWIDLE, W C, Waihou; WIDDISON, H, Waihi; WORTH, J, Okoroire; WORTHINGTON, G A, Waihi.

Bay of Plenty Group:
BARROW, A, Te Puke; BASFORD, J H, Kutarere; BECKETT, N W, Tauranga; BENNER, W J, Opotiki; BENNETT, A K, Mamaku; BOCKETT, P, Opotiki; BOYES, W, Whakatane; CAISLEY, C G, Whakatane; CARTER, J A, Pongakawa; COLBECK, G F, Opotiki; CURTIS, W, Rotorua; DRUMMOND, G, Whakatane; EATON, Harold, Opotiki; FLAVELL, G, Te Teko; FREEMAN, A P, Whakatane; GARDNER, R, Whakatane; HOLDEN, James, Putaruru; IRVINE, H B, Opotiki; JUDGE, J R, Whakatane; KARL, T J, Ngongotaha; LEES, Ambrose Daniel, Rotorua; MADSON, H P, Taneatua; McDOWELL, T, Paengaroa; McRAE, J, Whakatane; McSHANE, A, Whakatane; MOWBRAY, W M B, Opotiki; PARKINSON, J, Oropi; PRYOR, H K, Te Teko; QUINN, P T, Ngongotaha; ROLLESTON, R, Tauranga; RUANE, J, Whakatane; SCOTT, A B, Kaimai; SHRIMPTON, S, Cape Runaway; SMITH, H, Te Teko; SMITH, S E, Mamaku; THOMPSON, H N, Whakatane; TOD, J E, Te Puke; UNDERWOOD, T J, Rotorua; WEIR, W M, Waiotapu; WESTON, E E, Te Puke; WILKINS, J, Pongakawa; WOODING, W G, Whakatane; WORRALL, Fred. G, Te Teko.


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