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Following is the complete list of names of side and wounded New Zealand soldiers on the Hospital Ship Maheno,' which is due to arrive at Auckland on ■ New Year's Eve : —

Divisional Headquarters.—Pte. James Davidson Harper, Pte. Archibald William Thompson.

Auckland Mounted Rifles.—Sergt. Norman James Climie M'Donald, Cpl. Leonard Harold Ford, Ptes. Leonard Bond, John Fraser, John Gordon, Neville Featherston Griffin, James Hogan, Charles Leonard Hunter, Ewan Scott InnesJones, John Samuel Patterson, Arthur Travis, Kenneth Cecil White.

Wellington Mounted Rifles. — Ptes. William George Bason, E,obert Pope Fox, William Knight Harre, John Heald, Harold James Hyde, William Herbert Jackson, Noel Rutherford Jameson, Arthur Laslett Ketchingham, John Lepper.

Auckland Infantry Battalion.—-Sergt. William Anthony Mills, Cpl. Marwood Dean, L.-Cpl. Percival Steele Miller, Ptes. Alexander Daw Bell, William Boyd, John William Spar Briddock, Henry Herbert Bushell, Alfred Ernest Combes, Samuel Crann, Gerald Vivian Crapp, Sydney Dark, William Noble Davidson, George Davidson, Charles Moore Fullja.mes, Herbert George Garratt, Joseph Patrick Goulding, William Gray, Ernest Harold Hinton, George Crompton Kinsella, David Laing, George Frederick Longdill, Hector Laurnie M'Queen, John Mailman, Edward Marmion Nicholson, George Handel Batcliffe, Joseph Reeves, Wilfred Henry Ross, Stephen Scanlon, Edwin John Sinel, Alexander M'Lean Steele, Leonard Chenery Suggate, Percy Walden, James Maurice Wliiston, James Alexander Williams, John Woods.

Wellington Infantry Battalion.—Ptes. Herbert Gardner, Arthur James Gedge William Roy Gray, Thomas Albert Harwood, Percival George Higgs, John Ernest Hodges, George Edward Hopkins, Arthur Hutton, Arthur Jessop, William Frederick Jones, George Robert King. Canterbury Infantry Battalion.— Capt. Felix Ballard Brown, Lieut. James William Crampton, Sergt. Herbert Ibbotson, Sergt. Kenneth Charles Bird, Ptes. Alexander James Blackburn, William Davidson, Oscar Dyson, Albert Eathome, John Patrick Flynn, Samuel Gordon, Thomas Martin Haddock, L.-Cpl. William Henry Harris, Ptes. Percy Hawken, Walter Percival Hessell, Norman Holdaway, Frank Hooson, Albert Paynter Hough, Charles James Sebastian Hughes, Henry Griffiths Jenkins, Arthur Charles Laing, Roy George Ledsham, Joseph John Logan, John Lloyd, Joby Lucas, William Roland M'Gregor, Dare M'Guinness, Denis Moynihan, James Rollock, Anthony Rogal, Robert GLhriour Ritcliie, William James Rodger, Henry Fletcher Rogers, Henry Sydney Rowe, Charles Henry Sargisson, Lawrence Snook, William Frederick Willis Trueman, Leslie Henry Trumper, James- William Walsh. Otago Infantry Battalion.—Lieut. J. M'Crae, Lieut. Horace Robert Martineau, Sergt. Wm. Henry Barolett, Sergt. George Skerrett, L.-Cpl. Andrew Agnew, L.-Cpl. John Albert Elstone, Ptes. "" Ernest Alberthsen, Richard J. Anderson, John James Black, William David Burke, Henry Joseph Russell, Donald Cameron, John Charles Cormick, James Cumming, Edmond Davey, George Edwards, Andrew Gibb, Stanley Gregory, Leonard Hook, William Kearney, Wm. Henry Lawton, Alex. William M'Neil, Cornelius Mahoney, Henry Geo. Martin, Wm. Vernon Clare Man-is, John Champion Miller, Bedford Km Moodie, Thomas M'Murray, David Washington Nicholas, Arthur Aubury Perry, John William Prattley, Cyril Raymond Purcell, John Rainham, Richard George Reid, Reginald Rillstone, John Roxburgh, Wm. Henry Silvester, William Wakefield, Alfred Ward, Clarence Joseph Ward, Win John Willis, Norman Andrew Wilson, Arthur Robert Wingham, Henry Woolford.

Field Artillery.—Sergts. Eric Williams Clarkson, Henry Joseph Darroch, Bomb. Robert Donald Cowie, Guns. Laurie Eates, Charles Birnie, Philip Carmichael, Rowland St. Clair-Doreen, James Edward Duncan, Allan John Fairmaid, James Gilbert Findlay, Arthur James Foley, Walter Frew, Joseph Henry Newsham, James Blanc Paton, Ernest Frank Pawson, Thomas Pilcher, Eric Clinton Gordon Porter, Maurice Ambrose Ricketts, George Arthur Rouse, Frederick Norman ; Samuel, Edward Temple, Leslie Hargreaves Thomas, Albert William Westrupp, Robert Harkness, Thomas Cowan Hardy, Thomas George Hirons, William Hormby, George Emil Hoffman, Huia Arapaka Houlbrooke, Hugo Lanauze, Andrew Glenlee MAdam, William M'Pherson, Harold Albert Mewton, John Mitchell, Findlay John Montgomery. Field Engineers.—Capt. Otto A. Friedlander, Sprs. Herbert Lloyd Bond, James Gregory Burke, Alex Lionel Castleburg, Frederick Edward Davis, Frank Russell Farquhar, Henry Ascot Hutchinson, William Richard Mulgan, Harold William Robinson. Thomas Kbrtbcotte Rowe, Walter Turner, Fred. Schofield Wilkinson, Walter Percy Williams.

Army Service Corps.—Ptes. William Allan Cook, Stephen Devitt, William Joseph Giles, Duncan Hardie, Roy Ledgard, Daniel Black M'Leely, Wilfred John Mitchinson, Percival James Palmer, Bernard Roberts, David Buchan Smith, Thomas Gordon Thompson, George Harry Turner.

Divisional Train.—Ptes. Wm. Oreste Bergaraimi, Percy William Eden, Roderick O'Brien Lindsay.

Canterbury Mounted Rifles. —Cpl. Philip Haroid Baigent, Cpl. Errol Reid, L.-Cpl. Charles Morton Anderson, Ptes. Arthur Black, George Alexander Bruce, Leslie Brown, John Goode, William Edward Grant, Albert August Hunt, Thomas Livingstone, Ronald M'lnness, Norman Rogers, Fred William Tyree, Ernest Roy Wastney, John Valentine Wilson.

Otago Mounted Rifles.—Ptes. Hugh White, Archibald Falconer Bellaney, Alexander Stanley Dickson.

Wellington Battalion.—Sergt. James George Greenslade, L.-Cpl. Maurice Daniel Loftus, Lieut. Thomas Casserley, Ptes. James Robert Aiken, Clarence Valentine Allen, George Alfred James Bell, Harold Fred Berkett, Albert Lawrence Lord Brown, Walter Norman Burt, Angus George Cameron, Charles Carmen, William Leigh File, Gilbert King, James Walter M'Cullagh, Richard Rickard, Austin Templeton Robson, Frank Johnson Sage, Harry Schierning, Ernest Albert Smith, Henry Tempero, Leslie Joseph Thomas, Percy Edward Victor Weatherill, Warren Williams.

Wellington Mounted Rifles. —Ptes. Lewis Thomas M'llwraith. Thomas J. Parker, Charles Petersen, Thomas Petersen, John Spence. Charles Reginald Westfield. Gilbert Wise.

New Zealand Veterinary Corps.—Sergt. Robert Sarter, L.-Cpl. Robert Carville Bott, Ptes. Christopher Percival Coldstream, John Morris Cakinai, James Galligan, Herbert Frederick Gush, William Hartree, Peter Jenkins, Alex Maxwell, Joseph Tracey, Albert Turner, William Henry Wakeham.

Medical Corps.—Sergt. Nowell Broad, Sergt. Leo Augustus Nelson, Sergt. William Percy Mostyn Rees, Cpl. Albert M'lntyre Edwards, Ptes. Chas. Maurice Bevan-Brown, Frank Laiigley Histed, Walt* Aitkfjj HoDkirk. John Haddon

Ironsides, Samuel M'Williams, Frederick Woolley. MAORI CONTINGENT. Cpl. Henare Kima Tahiwi, Ptes. Arapeta Ahomera, Hone Aperahama, Rata Braso, Maurice Broughton, Tamihana Kainga, Hori Kaipara, Herawini Kare liana. Paul Kingi. Hone Matin, Mitai, Philipp Kingi Ngataere, Tauii Paora, Hone Petilia, Wm. Edwin Power, Pare Eahui, Matiu Jtauawa. Maori Contingent. — Ptes. George Ryan, Wheta Tauri, Pukerimu Te Raihi, Rua Warahi, Arama Karaka Waihapi, Aritaku Wihapi.

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SICK AND WOUNDED, Evening Post, Volume XC, Issue 146, 17 December 1915

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