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NEW ZEALAND VOLUNTEERS.

FROM LONDON. The 'British-Australasian' of October 15 has the following: The New Zealand Expeditionary Force Reserve—composed of 200 Now Zealanders who volunteered in London, and who will join the force of 8.000 sent from the Dominion—went into camp at Bulford, on Salisbury Plain, last week, under Captain Lampen, tho organising officer. The following are on tho first list of names we have been able to obtain: Messrs William Warriner Abbott, Ernest Charles Rhind Anderson (Christcburch), John Charles Barnett, Bertie Chas. Brown (Christenurchl, James Cook, Henry Mear Camming. Norman Clark (Lyttelton), Charles Clark, John Southern Cripps, Lester Edward Lucas Donne (Wellington), Francis Henry Dawn (Wellington), Thos. Falvey (Wellington), Otto Albert Friedlandef (Ashburton), Kustaco Llewellyn Felton, Henry George Field (Christchurch), Albert Green, Charles wood Gossett (Sumner), Alfred John Frames (Auckland). Keith Holstead Izard (Wellington), Alfred Henry Jones, Kenneth M. Whittington Lowo. Oswald John .Marsh (Waikato), Horace Moore-Jones (Auckland), Lyonel Clare F. Neill (Dunedin), .Maurice George Newbould (Hawko's Bay), Hugh Maepherson Ross (Christchurch), John 'Noble Robertson (Christchurch), William lid ward Shannon (Hokitika), Iloraco George Short, Raymond Leslie Shaw (Napier), Arthur Marychurch, Richard Beamish (Waitemata), Cecil Stuart Barnard, Cyril Frederick Brown (Christchurch), Fred Arthur Eustace, Archibald Gordon Elkington, Albert K. Tyson (Gisborne), Harry Arthur Foster, Arthur Thomas Fenton, Patrick Edward Hulbutt, T. J. Hirst, Charles Hamilton Loughnan (Christchurch), Norman K. Lowe (Dunedin), John Haraon Massey (Dunedin), Malcolm Muirhcad, Charles Edward May (Dunedin), Richard Partner, Edward Gilbert Rountreo (Auckland), Lcstoek Henry Reid, Ernest Sutherland, Martin L. Stindin, George Stokes, Edgar Steelye, Herbert Hamilton Scott (Dunedin), Frederick Walter Skcisey, Eustace D. Henchman Stoker, Reginald Thurlow, P. Acton E. Warburton, William Frank Warrell, George Thomas Clark, Jamea Lancaster Luccua (Hawera), Charles Patrick Fair (VVestport), Arthur Herbert Goiiingwoud, Owen Henry Eustad, George Shearwood, William Leslie Gridiths, Allen Wallace, I Charles Henry Eltson, Alfred Onslow Glass I iDunedin), William Merrion Jones, Frederick Wyndham Mauncell, Sydney Thomas j Stidolph, Archibald Thomas Waddell I (Waipu), Albert E. Osmont (Auckland), Walter Hulbert (Christchurch), Sidney Black Crawford (Dunedin), John Burgess (Rangitikei), Harry Arthur Foote (Dunedin), Percival James Palmer (Wakefield), Geoffrey D. Otterson (Wellington), R. C. Dunn (Dunedin), Allen Augustus Adams (Greymouth), Wi'lium Hugh Macready (Epsoni), Ellis Wrigley (Auckland), 'Martin O'Brien (Wanaanui), Arthur Bellingham (Te Aroha), Alex. William Godwin (Timaru), George Bertram Buiiock (Dunedin), Thomas Moore Rulriu (Lawrence).-K. Blow, A. W. Abbey, T. Atkinson, 11. Burford. H. R. Banks, C. P. D. Cleland, H. C. Cavalier, T. J. H. Dugsdale, S. Devitt, F. Emms. H. G. Edmoiiiion, J. T. Fox, C. D. Hart, T. S. Goudie, C. H. Gauntlett, J. W. Hamilton, S. A. Hearsum, R. C. Horton, F. A. Hellabv, H. W. Helm, W. C. Miller, W. Moore, J. Maclarland, G. Master, W. Mitchell, A. J. M'Kenzio, H. W. Newman, A. Partner, F. Pendleburv. E. Pearce, S. Richardson, T. Roc, E. 0. Ruddock, J. R. Ramsev, F. I*. Steed, W. IT. Sinclair, W. C. Spikins. W. G. Smith, F. T. Simmonds, E. V. Smith, G. Siimpster, L. 15. Todd. G. A. Thompson, T. 'I rezise (Wellington), A. E. Thompson, G. A.C. ITrich, R. H. Wrieht. Y. Wakcford, J. Willetf, and R. Weddall. Some very handsome and useful presents have been made to the force by New Zealanders in London. Amongot these are several quick-firing machine guns of Vickers' very lastcst pattern, a £4OO motor ambulance, an officer's heliograph, and a valuable telescope, while other donors have subserihe-d special funds for the purchase of signalling apparatus, xa:i,ge-ii;nders, etc. | Numbers of pairs of very valuable fie' 1 glasses have been lent, and Mr T. i.. Donne, who has made some generous gifts, has offered tho loan of a grand piano, in camp, when the club halls, which tho fr'ecretarv of the National Council of the Y.M.C.A. is, with the N.Z. War Contingent Association, electing, are ready. With regard to the section of quick-fir-ing guns, the N.Z. Expeditionary Force will be unique amongst overseas contingents, since only some 18 officers of the Imperial Army have knowledge of handling them, and the New Zealand men are being put through a special course of training with them under Captain Lamper.

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NEW ZEALAND VOLUNTEERS., Issue 15671, 9 December 1914

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NEW ZEALAND VOLUNTEERS. Issue 15671, 9 December 1914

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