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H.S. MARAMA

TO SAIL TO-MORROW

FULL SHIP'S COMPANY

The. Hospital Ship Marama, which has been placed on her second charter, and which is now lying at the King's Wharf, will sail to-morrow. Following is the complete list of the Marama's staff :— , Staff. . Officer Commanding : Colonel the Hon. W. E. Collins. Medical officers :' Lieut-Col. Inglis, Capts. Spedding, Tolhurst, Earl, Kussell. Adjutant and Quartermaster: Capt. D. Sloane. . . Nursing Staff. Matron : Miss E. Brook. Sisters : Misses L. A. M'Nie, L. Brandon, G. Garrard, C. Hawkins, J. Edmonston, Muir, dimming, Gill. Staff Nurses : Misses Ada Taylor, C. Druromond, D. Moore, E. M. Park, B. Taylor, G. Ward, A. B. T. Fabian L Jessop, E. Carruth, M. Herbert, A. E Kirkpatrick, V. M. Trott. Medical Orderlies. Warrant-Officer J. Houston. Staff-Sergeants C. Charlesworth, W. E. Hall, and E. Lyons. Quartermaster-Sergeant W. Gapes. Sergeants F. C. E. Dunning, W. Goldsmith, C. H. Halford, F. A. Hornibrook, C. H. Rout, and A. J. T. Withers. Corporals W. Hulse, L. A. Lord, A. E. Russell, L. Stevenson, and D. T. Wright Lance-Corporals A. E. Barlow, R. H. Hamilton, G. Kitchen, and C. Reaburn. Privates C. A. Arthur, H. A. Bade V. H. Baker, L. A. Bond, R. A. Brown, J. MC. Brodie, P. Burge, C. J. Campbell, E. M. Campbell, A. E. Carrin^ton R. A. Chidley, G. L. Cobb, R. P. Connelly, W. H. Cooke, T. S. Cpull, I. A Eccles, H. Ellern, E. Erickson.A. F Fyson, F. G. Gauze, S. G. Gibb, G J Grace, L. R. Graydon, P. G. A. Hall J. Hay, A. J. Hamilton, K. N. K. Huffam, L. St. L. Humphrey, G. C. Johns, F. Jennes, D. C. Kibblewhite, T. W. Lynch, D. S. Martin, R. Milburn H. R. MAuley, R. A. M'Do./ell, L. M. Palmer, D. M. Paterson, E. V. Rushton L. A. Scott, H. Small, D. S. Smith, G. H. Simmonds, J. A. G. Simpson, G. C Staub, A. E. Stainton, H. W. Thomas D. Wheeler, W. A. S. Wearne, J. o' Smith, Tucker, M'Lauchlin. Fourteen returned soldiers will proceed Home on the Marama for the purpose of getting artificial limbs fitted.

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H.S. MARAMA, Evening Post, Volume XCII, Issue 113, 9 November 1916

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H.S. MARAMA Evening Post, Volume XCII, Issue 113, 9 November 1916

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