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MEN, NURSES, WAACS HOSPITAL SHIP ARRIVES P.A. WELLINGTON, this day. The arrival in Wellington to-day of a hospital ship with a large number of sick and wounded and protected personnel, was announced by the Minister of Defence, Mr Jones. Most of the patients, he said were officers and men, nurses and Waacs from Italy and the Middle. East, but some were repatriated prisoners of war from the United Kingdom. The Minister added that the patients would undergo medical boarding at Wellington before dispersal to their districts. Those not fit to travel would be transferred to the Wellington Hospital, where they would remain for the time being. Patients fit to go home and protected personnel belonging to Wellington would be granted leave until Monday. The general programme for the dispersal of personnel from Wellington was: Patients and protected personnel for Manawatu, Wanganui, Taranaki, Wairarapa, Hawke's Bay and Gisborne will proceed to their homes on Saturday morning. Protected personnel only for stations north of Marton will leave Wellington by the 3 p.m. Auckland express on Saturday Patients and protected personnel for Nelson and Marlborough will proceed by the Nelson ferry on Saturday evening. Patients , and protected personnel for the South Island except Nelson and Marlborough, will leave Wellington for Lyttelton by hospital ship on Sunday afternoon and on Sunday evening patients for all stations north of Marton will travel by special hospital train. Next-of-kin outside Wellington will be notified by telegraph of the expected time of arrival of personnel at their home towns and, m addition, these telegrams will be supplemented by radio announcements from YA stations, especially on the days when personnel are on the way to their homes. AUCKLANDERS IN LIST Aucklanders in the draft are as follows, the rank being private or the equivalent unless otherwise stated:— Lieut-Col. E. K. Norman, D.5.0., M.C., Remuera; Lieut.-Col. C. H. Sawyers, D S 0., M.1.D., Epsom; acting Lieut.-Col. G P. Cade, D.5.0., M.1.D., Devonport; Major E. D. Burnard, Gisborne; Major I. G. Howclen, Takapuna; Major J. R. J. Moore, Cambridge; Major P. R. Pike, M.C., Auckland; Major D. O. Watson, St. Helier's Bay; Major S. J. Wright, E.D., Papakura; Capt. T. C. Buchanan, Frankton Junction; Capt. "J. K. Cameron, Remuera; Capt. J. R. Foster, Takapuna; Capt. C. T. Kelleway, Takapuna; Rev. C. MacKenzie, Matamata; Lieut. T. Bassett, Kalkohe; Lieut. R. A. Crane. Ponsonby; Lieut. I. V. O. Duncan, Otorohanga; Lieut. A. D. Fergusson, Epsom; Lieut. W. R. O'Brien, M.C., Grey Lynn; Lieut. A. G. Roberts, Westmere; Lieut. B. R. Sneddon, Tauranga; Lieut. D. R. Somervell, Sand--ringham; 2nd-Lieut. W. A. Donovan, Hamilton; 2nd-Lieut. K. D. Given, M.1.D., Whangarei; 2nd-Lieut. H. TeK. Kaa, Rangitukia; 2nd-Lieut. G. F. Kirk, Gisborne; 2nd-Lieut. R. B. Kirkcaldy, Devonport; 2nd-Lieut. E. Maurice, Omaio: 2ndLieut. D. G. Naylor, Tauranga: 2nd-Lieut. R. A. Vazey, Awanui; Matron M. E. Jackson, R.R.C., Grafton; Ch.-Sister E. F. Pegler, Mount Albert; Sister K. E. Noble, Morrinsville; Sister R. J. Ward, Tauranga. R. Albert, Kaukapakapa; W. T. Alexander, Frankton; A. A. Allen, Auckland; L.-Cpl. T. Amotawa, Rotorua; W. 0.11. H. Andrews, Awarua; J. S. Ash, Mount Albert; L-Cpl. V. R. Ashby, Epsom; R. Atkins. Tikitiki; H. A. W. Atkinson, Point Chevalier; Cpl. T. August, Torere; A. A. Austin, Whangarei; G. W. Barker, Mount Eden; A. H. J. Beckett, Te Puke; R. N. Blackburn, Cambridge; R. T. Bockett, Opotiki; A. W. Boland. Grey Lynn; R. B. ' Boswell, Avondale: L. B. Bragg, Te Puke; ! D. H. Breed, Avondale; A. R. Broad, Mil- , ford: D. S. Brodie, Epsom; I. Brophy, , Whftlanga; C. J. Brosnahan, Auckland; A. Brown, Te Araroa; Nurse J. M. Buck- : ley, Westmere; W. Bunting, Hamilton; A. V. Carter, St. Helier's; J. R. Clayden, , Warkworth; K. H. Clifford, Hamilton; R. G. Clough, Castor Bay; Sgt. T. N. Cookson, Northcote: A. Coombes, Te Awamutu; ' Sgt. R. Cullen (M.M.), Auckland; A. C. Dando, Mt. Roskill; H. M. Davis, Opotiki; P. Davis, Waitomo Caves; T. Delamere, Opotiki. Cpl. J. J. Doel, Orakei; A. G. Doughty, Silverdale; T. Edwards, Matamata; T.-Cpl. D. J. Evans, Gisborne; Nurse G. M. Evans, Mount Albert; S.-Sgt. G. G. Fairbaim, Tauranga; M. Fairgray, Ellerslie; Cpl. E. T. Farmiloe, Matamata; W. F. Fast, Takapuna; H. J. Fisher, Mount Eden; S. Foster, Tuakau; W. S. Fraser, Ohakune; F. H. Glass, Mercer; F. C. Glynn, Frankton; F. L. Hale, Coromandel; L. J. Hallmond, Dargaville; T. Hape, Pupuke; Sgt. , R. A. Harrington, Sandringham; A. S. ; Haronga, Gisborne; S. L. Harris, Whangarei; W. G. Harris, Otahuhu; G. G. Hau, Bay of Islands; T.-L.-Cpl. J. Heihei, Paihia; ■ L. F. Henderson, Westmere; C. H. Henton, , Paeroa; T.-Cpl. J. W. Higgs, Gisborne; ; P. J. Hogan, Te Aroha. A. K. Holmes, Manurewa; L. A. Howard, Avondale; Sgt. R. N. Hultquist. M.1.D., Auckland; J. Hunia, Matata; C. W. Ihaka, Te Puke; W. Jackson, Parnell; P. James, Ohinemutu; S. R. John, Te Teko; C. T. , Johnson, Putaruru; R. H. Jones, Taihape; R. P. Jordan, Hamilton East; T. A. T. Karaka, Tokomaru Bay; C. B. Kelly, Westmere; T.-Cpl. Wi Kerei, Te Kaha; T. Kinita, Ohinemutu; P. L. Lambert, Mt. Eden; A. J. Lane, Temuka; T. R. Langley, . Frankton Junction; J. F. Lawler, Rangaroa; B. H. Levet, Drury; J. F. Littlewood, Auckland; AV. J. Lydiard, Sandringham; W. McGrath, Milford; C. G. McKay, Heme , Bay; Cpl. H. G. MacKenzie, Otorohanga; . R. McLean, Opotiki; I. L. McMillan, Whangarei; Sgt. J. R. McNeil, Glen Murray; L.-Bdr. P. McNicol, Ponsonby; F. R. D. McPhee, Morrinsville; N. K. Mcßae, Avondale; D. Martin, Apiti: E. B. Martin, Pt. Chevalier; L.-Sgt. K. R. Martin, Rotorua; H. N. Martis, Rotorua; H. Maukau, Gisborne; L. T. Maxwell, Frankton; Nurse E. M. Meharry, Onehunga; A. Meihana, • Rotorua; Sgt. A. E. Melville, Epsom.

J. T. Mitchell, Waihi; J. Mold, Dargaville; Nurse R. Monteith, Auckland; D. H. Moore, Henderson; T.-L.-Cpl. G. H. A. Morgan, Taihape; E. C. Morton, Grey Lynn; E. A. Moyle, Pokeno; O. S. Muri doch, Ruatoki; T.-Cpl. C. S. Murfitt, Ponsonby; J. Needham, Auckland; T. Ngawhare, Tauranga; L. P. Olsen, Gisborne; H. Ormsby, Opotiki; K. Tekapo-Oterangi, Ruatoki North; P. Paeraua, Ohinemutu; W. Pairama, Orakei; J. S. Paterson, Walton; G. D. Paton, Te Kuiti; L.-Sgt. W. L. Peach, Te Karaka; L. D. Pergomet, Parnell; B. A. Peterken, Napier; B. R. Phillips, Takapuna; P. J. Phillips, Otorohanga; T. Poata, Otorohanga; L.-Sgt. F. Price, Ohaupo; H. A. Prole, Tauranga; E. J. Pulman, Rarnarama; G. Raerino, Te Teko; Cpl. At. B. Ramsey, Putaruru; R. M. J. Re<4firn, Rotorua; T.-L.-Cpl. P. A. Rennie, Orakei; L.-Sgt. L. Richardson, Opotiki; P. lUritahi, Whakatane; G. Roberts, Huntly; \y. K. Robinson, Auckland; E. A. M. Rogers, Coromandel; G. K. Rogers, Rotorua; R. H. D. Rogers, Te Kiri; J. W. Rothwell, Mount RoskiU; L.-Cpl. A. A. Rowo, Gisborne; R. R. Ryburn, Clevedon; ■C. h. p. Salmon, Cambridge; T. D. Selby, Tirau. R. A. Small, Dannevirke; M. M. Smith, Brown's Bay; R. F. L. Smith, Tauranga; Cpl. J. C. Stace, Orakei>V.H.Steadman, Auckland; H. Stubbs, Warkworth: D. A. Tainton, Newton; T. T. D. Tangitu, Tauranga; J. Te Kiri, Ohinemutu; Cpl. H. Telford, Ponsonby; M. Te Rauna, Ruatoria; T.-W.0.11. H. N. Thornton, Eden Terrace- T.-Cpl. B. Timoko, Kaikohe; W. J. Tither, Edendale; R. Toa Te Awhitu, Okahukura; Waac J. W. Todd, Gisborne; Nurse J. Tollerton, Gisborne; I. Tolich, Te Awamutu; L.-Cpl. P. Turner, Te Kuiti; Set J McC. Walbran, Mt. Albert; P. M. Waiker Mt. Albert; T. W. Walker, OhinemutuT Sgt. F. A. Walton, Mt. Albert; P. Wanoa Te Araroa; J. P. Watson, Auckland; B. Weaver, Newton; H. R. Webber, Sandringham; N. Wharepapa Ruatoria; A. G Whatford, Te Aroha; W. White, Mt. Eden- E. Whitwbrth, Rotorua; R. W. Willo'ck, Gisborne; L.-Sgt S. A Wilson, Te Aroha; T. Wilson, Gisborne; G. Wood, fShinemutu- T. H. Woodill, Te Papapa; L. ?V wSght, Pukekohe; Cpl. F. H. Young. Mt. Eden. __ EX-PRISONERS OP AVAR Cant F T Nolan, Hamilton; Capt. M. H Sheriff. Whangarei; 2nd-Lieut. F. T. Coleman, Gisborne; C. J. Allen. Swanson; E Bridsbn, Takanini; C. E. Clark, Mount Eden- F S. Cole, Herne Bay; R. E. Downey. Frankton Junction; C. E. Ferguson, Penrose; W. B. Goodwin, Auckland- D. B. Grant, . Karangahake; J. A. Grant, Frankton Junction; J. A. Guilhard, Taihape- H. J. Jenkins. Whangarei; R. Lomas, Otorohanga; L.-Cpl. J. MacAulay, Whangarei; A. H. Mandeno, Te Awamutu; R. H. Mitchell, Te Aroha; W. G. Mundy, Herne Bay; M. H. O'Rourke, Mount Eden; P. J. Roberts Ohope; J. M. Smith Mangere: av Cpl. Rawest, Herne ffbrs , rw^AukeSf- Hen - SUPPLEMENTARY ROI-.I; nric-Klier H. S. Kenrick, C.8., C.8.E., MJD Auckland; S/Nurse M. C Dean, Paeroa; R. T. Dixon, Auckland; Sgt. R. E. Jenkins, Ohinewai; A. W. McCallum, Ep"om; A. S. Powell, Grey Lynn; J. W. Woods, Kiripaka.

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