(Official War Correspondent, R.N .Z.N.) SINGAPORE, September 13.
The following New Zealand internees at the Sime Road camp are| standing by for evacuation: —Norman Stanley Alexander (Wellington),. Lan Back (Hastings), KeitlttLewis Bedlmgton (Whangarei), Alfred Cox (Wellington), Turner Norman Cummins (Auckland), Martial Power Day (Auckland), Edward Laurence Derrett (Wellington), John Parry Edwards (Auckland), Gordon Henderson Fairmaid (Dunedin), Robert Henry Gibson (Auckland), Peter James Goodman (Auckland), John Robert Graham (Auckland). Gratton James Grey (Wellington), Herbert William Hamilton (Christchurch), Alexander Bain Hogg (Waiutu), David John Holland (Auckland), Ernest Edward Hughes (Auckland), Brian Maurice Johns (New Plymouth). Edmund John Leahy (Wellington). Allan Francis Mackay (Wellington). John McCook (Johnsonville), Francis Leo McEvoy (Wellington), Allan Frederick Macintyre (New Plymouth), Kenneth William Cleary (Auckland), Desmond McKinley (Auckland), John Henry Merrett Napier (Papua, Rarotonga). Charles George Villiers Rudd (Christchurch), Arthur Leslie Shield (Hastings), Sydney Herbert Swift (Dunedin), Frank Leonard Sanderson (Dunedin), Robert Scott (Wellington^ Gordon Stuart (Auckland), Eugene Walker (Wellington), Robert Douglas Hector Wallace (Napier), William Reginald Watts (Dunedin). Leslie Arthur Wigley (Wellington). Elizabeth Mary Uniackc (Stratford), John Harry Sefton Jenkins (Auckland). The following have already sailed for India: Thomas Martin Callanan (Otago), Maxwell Russell Holgate (Auckland), Lloyd Camuel Jones (Dunedin), Hugh Mclntyre (Dunedin), Lillian Gladys Tompkins (Hamilton).
The following have asked for repatriation to England: Helen Maud Dive and Herbert Roy Dive (Hawera). i.orman Muir Clark, Thomas Allan Fendall, and Travers Cummins (addresses unknown).
The following have asked for repatriation to Australia: Arthur William Brunton, William George, John Gordon, sen., John Gordon, jun., Gwennie Eileen Kirwan. Herbert Stewart Kirwan, William Thomas Kirwan, Luke Francis, Vant Nattrass, James Kennedy Robertson, Leslie Telford, Walter Hislop Blaikie (addresses unknown), Cyril Henry Williams (Auckland).
Major William Nathaniel Carlon Bond, a well-known runholder and station owner, and occupier of the Dunrobin Station, Mossburn. died at Timaru on Thursday, states a Press Association telegram from Invercargill. Major Bond, who was 80, is survived by' his wife, who' was Miss Ethel Elworthy. a member of the wellknown South Canterbury family, and two daughters. Mrs. George Webb, of Timaru, and-Miss Mary Bond, of Dunrob'"
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