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NEW ZEALAND SOLDIERS CONTINGENT REACHES AUCKLAND 'A contingent of New Zealand soldier* i arrived at Auckland yesterday. Following is the complete list, giving I number, rank, name, and pre-service occupation:— ROLL OF DETAILS, dimming, R. Wr, 11363, Lt.-Col., .{Civil servant) Campbell, J. G., 3/473, Capt. (medical practitioner) Grainer, M. 0., 7/1800, Capt. (sheep. - fanner) Joll, W. L., 13/2835, Capt. (fannerV Kirker, D. R., 12/3214, Capt. (produce salesman)' LanksUear, B.^ E., 23/1883* Capt, (com, mercvri traveller) Locky«r, C. 8., 11/641, Lieut, (wttler) Bailey, A. S., 11365, 2nd Lieut, (sales-, man) '. _.„ Joshua, H. W: G., 24/172, 2nd Lieut, (salesman) M'Carroll, T., 13/298, 2nd Ljeut. (mechanic) Mete Kingi, P. St., 16/403, 2nd Lieut t (farmer) Middleton, A., 12/1063, 2nd Lieut, (electrical engineer) Mitchell, F. M., 2/122,, 2nd Lieut. (butcher) Shand, E. T., 9/2027, \ 2nd Lieut, (eheep-. fanner) Skelley, C. H. T., 24/1908, 2nd Lieut, (fichoobnaeter) Vincent, T. G., 23/1904, 2nd Lieut, (grain merchant) Campbell, A. D., 22/110 a, Sister (hospital matron) Petersen, V. E., 22/290 a, Sister (sister) Gifford-Moore, D., 10/412, R.S.M. (clerk)' Holmes, F., 16/1226, R.S.M. (police officer) Mitchell, J., 6/3233, R.S.M. (quarryman) i Shearme, E." J., 13/1334 a, R.S.M. (instructor N.Z.S.S.) Rhmd, A. E. M., 15/232 a, S.M (bank clerkl Bkmfield, N. R., 21190, Sergt (farmer) Cook, W. D., 11/230, Sergt. (sheepfarmer) Covic, S., 12/4161, Sergt. (labourer) Cox, H. T.. 8/29, Sergt. (labourer) Daly, F. E., 13/2752, Sergt. (postal cadet) Drabble, T., 12/3619, Sergt. (railway, surfaceman) Glass, A. H., 13/2039, Sergt. (butcher) Goldsmith, C, 16/582, Sergt. (clerk) ' Hendry, G. R., 12/3595, Sergt. (cheesemaker) JolL, B. L., 4/534 a, Sergt, (clerk) Kane, J.. 7/856, Sergt. (farm labourer) Langley, J., 12/4211, Sergt. (Bushman) Lock, S. G. S., t2/3387, Sergt. Mason, G-, 25/400. Sergt. (station hand) Renall, L. V., 23/366, Sergt. (clerk) Russell, B. J., 2/683b, Sergt. (labourer)' Stiohbury, V. J.,'12/1017, Sergt. (clerk) Watt, J. R., 23/1314, T.-Sergt. (ra-ilway, clerk) Bell, W. D.. 10/2523, Cpl. (farmer) Carnegie, J. X., 8/1209, Cpi. (clerk* Day, W., 10/1791, Cpi (telephone lines, nian) Earle, J. M., 11/1649, T.-Cpl. (warehouseman^ Corbett, E., 10/3222, L.-Cpl. (farmer) Jackson, H. W., 10/2980, L.-Cpl. (fencer) 1 Nimmo, J., 83723. L.-Cpl. (miner) Anderson, A., 23498 (sawmiller) .Anderson, 8., S., 10/2839 (cheesemaker) Anderson, R. W., 12298 (miner) Ap^lcby, C. S., 13/2705 (farmer) •Armstrong, J., 14918 (farmer) Barns, A., 9/111 (labourer) Butler, P. E., 11813 (engineer) Cameron, D. W. ; 10214 (labourer) Collins, E., 26/336 (law clerk) Cook, D., 13737 (labourer) Cooke/R. G., 23/1351 (railway porter) Crossan, A. C, 6/4180 (carpenter) —«.-„ D'Arcy-Irvine, P. M., 6/7G4 (survey; cadet) Davidson, J., 3/843 (clerk) Dowie, H. H., 8/2900 (labourer) Fell, W. L., 5/841 (labourer) Feetham, J., 24/136' (railway overseer) Floyd, E. R., 23/1982 (q-oarryman) Froggat, 8., 12169 (plumber) Furnsaux, W., 6/44 (plumber) Gallagher, C, 24603 (farmer) Garret*, W. J., 10821 (slaughterman) Green, 0., 13754 (storenran) Greenwood, A. C, 13546- (horse trainer! Hammond, H., 5/078 (clerk) Harrop, C, 26/1198 (bushman)' Hayes, J,, 6/3735 (platelayer)' Higgins. A. C, 11578 (farmer) ■ Holder, T. D., 24/1080 (slaughterman* Hook, T. H., 8/4143 {sugar boiler) 1 Hurle, W. A., 17/359 .(jockey) Jackson, L. E. 8., 2,0-533 (farmer) Jones, W. T T., 15634 (school teac?ier> Kins-oil*, F., 23/1712 (sailor) M'Allan, G. R., 9/1461 (printer's apprea* tice) M'Gunn, J., 12/406-(grocer's assistant^ Mack, C, 27J47.(labourer) Mackenzie C, N., 11/171 (farmer) M'Mahon, H. H., 7/873 (driver) M'Rao, T. M. F., 12/4235 (railway clerk] Mansill, G. E., 26124 (plumber) Martin, W. H., 10/3348 (engineer) Millar, D., 6/4098 (labourer) Mitchell, T.. 6/1631 (labourer) O'Donnell, J. G., M/ 4026 (labourer) Peterson, P. J., 23/2063 (horse trainer) Piper, E. G., 13/3065 (wagon driver) Rcdmayne, W., 10/1004 (liorse driver) Robertson, J., 11947 (general hand) Rochester, C. H., 6/3851 (driver) Samuel, J., 8/2470 (tanner) < ' Sims, R., 10/3738 (seilor) Smith, J. H., 25648' (blacksmith) Smithies, G-, 3/2466 (labourer) Smithson, 0., 21346 (painter) Stacey, C. C, 23/1486 (labourer) Stephens, E. S-, 23/1196 (school teacher} Tansey, F. D., *>/ 1677 a (contractor) Toy,-E. J., 11/1071 (linesman) Whyte, T. H. J., 21/614 (carpenter) Williams, F. J., 4/1653- (miner) Wilton, J. H., 23645 (farm labourer} Wiseman, M. T., 25/1044 (warehouse man) Wotherspoon, J., 1«838 (boilermakei) ■ PASSENGERS. Mrs. Barr and two children Mrs. Campbell and child Mrs. Covic Mrs. Cox Mr,s Feetham Mrs. Tansey Mrs. Thompson Note.—(a) Denotes Returning oQ duty, (b), denotes returning for cont j mission. SUPPLEMENTARY ROLL. - ! INVALIDS. Soffe, W.,11/2232 (farm hand) Thompson, E.; 2/691 (farmer) A Press Association telegram fronj , Auckland states that two nurses accompanied the party and there were no col cases. | A special train leaves Auckland hi Wellington at 9.45 to-night, conveying 70 returned soldiers and other pas. I sengers-.

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HOME AGAIN Evening Post, Volume CXIII, Issue 102, 30 April 1917

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