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From: Jackie Walles <>
Subject: Ak Wkly News Military 8 June 1915 (1)
Date: Tue, 09 Nov 2004 10:52:22 +1000
AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS Thursday 8th July 1915
p.22 PHILLIPS, Cpl E M - Died Wellington 1st July 1915 - Funeral took place at Albany Cemetery with Military Honours. The coffin was taken from Auckland via Birkenhead on a gun carriage drawn by four horses, preceded by a firing party from the National Reserve under Capt HUTCHINSON and QMSM ROBERTSON. A large number of Troopers of the 3rd, Auckland, Co. Mounted Rifles of which deceased was formerly a member under Major JOLEY and Capt ALDRED followed the gun carriage. There was a very large attendance of settlers of the surrounding district. The service was read by Rev W G Monckton, Chaplain of the Regiment and 3 volleys were fired and the Last Post sounded. The Committee of the Albany School have decided to erect a tablet to the memory of the deceased at the school where he received his early education. [AWN 08.07.1915]
p.31 FEAR, L/Cpl, Distinguished Army Medal, Dardenelles
First Manager of the Horsham Downs Cheese Factory, was in Canada at the outbreak of war and went to England to join the NZ forces. [AWN 08.07.1915] p.31
p.31 STICHBURY, Driver Sydney C, of Wellington and formerly of Auckland, attached to the ASC Division of the 6th Reinforcements is the 4th s/o Mr William Stichbury to volunteer for the front. Three of his brothers accompanied the Main Body to the Dardenelles. . [AWN 08.07.1915] p.31
p.19 [AWN 08.07.1915] WAIHI VOLUNTEERS
List of those who will form the next draft to leave Waihi for Trentham:
CARLING, John, Karangahake; CORBETT, L D, Waihi; JONES, Jack, Waikino; LANG, J, Waihi; McINTOSH, Waihi; McLEOD, Waikino; MITCHELL, Sgt, Waihi; NICHOLSON, J, Sgt, Waihi; PALEY, J, Waihi; SIMPSON, A, Waihi; SMITH, P W, Waikino; SPARG, H N, Waihi; STACKHOUSE, A J, Katikati; STAFFORD, David, Waihi; WALLER, David Henry, Waihi.
p.24 [AWN 08.07.1915 AUSTRALIAN CASULATIES [NZers serving with Australian troops]
CAHILL, E A - KIA, prev. reported missing; SWANSON, J G - dangerously injured in a motor accident; SMITH, W D - wounded; STEWART, J - wounded; SMITH, W F - wounded; BAIRD, D - wounded, prev. missing; BEAUMONT, H G - missing; CHANDLER, J - in hosp. Manchester; HANEY, J D - in hosp. Manchester; GOW, O T - wounded; HAYLOR, J H - wounded; RAMSAY, Pte G - wounded; SCOTT, Pte J - wounded; WILLIAMS, Pte C - ill, hosp. England; BRADLEY, Pte E - Ill, hosp. Devonport; RIXON, Pte George Vincent - KIA, for many years resident in NZ.
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