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OTAGO'S REINFORCEMENTS

NAMES 01' DUNEDIN QUOTA. The following is a complete list of the Dunedin men (Group XIII.) who went North by, the first express yesterday en route to Trentham to form part of the first reinforcement of the main Expeditionary Force : Field Troop, N.Z. Engineers.—John Norman Thompson, David Christie, John Mackie, and John Mackenzie. Signal Troop.—Stephen Owen Dillon and Allan Ward Scott. sth Mounted Rifles Squadron.—William Attffekl, John Daniel Black, Albert Breese, Clive Napier Cargill, Charles Frederick Chandler, Albert Arthur Chapman, John Edward Cowan, William Davis, John James Driver, James Fyfe, John Henderson, Walter Harold Graham Hunter, Claude Ingle, Carl William M‘Allan Lamont, Henry John Lainchhnry, William George Leathley, William James Lindsay, Reginald Marmont, John Robertson Matheson, Murray Mitchell, Isadore Myers. William M'Gee, Charles Nevard, William Leo Nicholson, Reginald Wilfred Front, William Rainhnm, John Walker Roger, Peter George Shiels. James Seaton, James William Simpson, Gordon Simpson, and John MTveliar Lincoln Todd.

7th Mounted Rifles Squadron.—Andrew Miller and Kenelm Arthur Wadis. Mounted Field Ambulance. —Ezra Augustus Dobbie, Ernest Morris, and Robert Campbell Patterson. Otago Infantry Battalion.—George Bagnellj Sidney Charles Rees, John James Allan, John Lee Aston. Eric Alexander Baglcy, Charles Bevin, Sidney Boardman, Alexander Calder, Joseph Kenn Carnegie, Duncan M'Donahl Church. Arthur Joseph Crawford, Andrew Williamson Crichton, Cecil Crichton, John Cameron Crawford, Edmund Duff, Ernest Widney Gcddes, Hugh Goodlett, Douglas Gordon, William Henry Green, William Haywood, Robert Patou Henderson, Richard tbbntson, Gordon William Lockhart, Thomas Albert M'Farlane, Thomas Miller. Percy Leonard Moore, Francis George Pearson, Wharton Brooke Rea, Reginald Rillstone, Thomas Edward Rodgers, Henry Ross. Lindsay Hamilton Scott, Charles Robert Alexander Smith. George Edward Smith. Cecil Robert John Stuckey, Trevor Llewellyn Tai)p, Harry Palmer Taylor, Raymond William Ward. James Carson Warren, Henry Watt, William John Willis. Robert Wilson, and Herbert- Patrick Wilson. Field Artillery Brigade.—James Craig, Robert Campbell, Charles Colston, George Gordon Denniston, George Henry Dodds, Alfred Selby Driver, Charles John Flynn, Percy Hula Knewstuhh, George Mills, Reginald George Murphy. Verner Ernest Parker, dames Piper. John Rattray. Kenneth Perry, John Philip Rennie, Matthew Roia.ll. Arthur Scott, John Herliert Scott, Ernest Packer Stevenson. Thomas Sutherland, Arthur Ernest Westhead, and William Winston.

Signal Company.—Clarence Newton Wills and Godfrey Clive Miller. Divisional Train.—William Davidson, Oliver Evans, Fred Sykes, Andrew Reekie.

Field Ambulance.—George Leonard Bloss, James Lendamas Calder, George Bond Couch, James Gibson. James Hughes, James Scott Johnson, Duncan M‘Rae, Thomas Edward Reynolds, Andrew Black Steedmnn. and Archibald William Thomson.

Veterinary Mobile Corps.—-John Gibbons Blackic. Thomas John Bailey. John Stephen Barber. David Cathro Blair, William Brandon, William Hazlett Coster. Daniel Janies Creed, Patrick Creeds'. Albert John Vivian Davis, Matthew Elliott, Albert William Fountain Henry Edmond Fry, Henry Richard Hancock, Roy Johnstone, Thomas Kennett, William John Laing, James Lawrence Mathowsnn. Edward May, John Heiman Meyer, William Leslie Allies, James Herbert Milligan, Charles Mitchell, George Mitchell, Walter James Mowat, Robert Thomas Evans Mustard, Michael Joseph M'Canu. David Webster MTntosh, Hugh Mackenzie, Alexander Neil ■ MT,eod. James Paul, George Philip Perry, Robert. Andrew Pollock, John Thomas Ruinham. Peter Robertson, William James Smith. Andrew Thomas Stewart, Alfred Erne-t Trevathan, Albert Turner, Charles Ferney Voight, Isaac Vincent, Reginald Cuthbert Vincent. Bertram Wansbone, Rufus William Wheeler. George Williams, Percy Willis, Edward Wills, George Woodward, and Arthur Wooster. .Mobile Veterinary Section.—Jack Hurley, Clifford Melton Blackwell, Edwin John Haydon, Thomas Lamport, and James M*Gregor Smith. Howitzc' Battery.—Norris Stephen Falla, Henry Orvin Carter, Walter Robotson, and Frederick George M'Auley. -Army Service Corpse—Job Coburn, George" Charles Nicklin Merry. Ernest Noel Valpy, Alfred Williamson, and David Winder.

Men Enrolled in Group XV.— John Edward Blythe, William Foster, Norman M'Leod Gunn, Edward Kelly, Oscar Philip Murphy, Thomas M‘Carthy, John Thomas, Edmund Tohill, Robert John Sullivan, and Rupert Edwin Tether.

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OTAGO'S REINFORCEMENTS, Issue 15629, 21 October 1914

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OTAGO'S REINFORCEMENTS Issue 15629, 21 October 1914

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