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SECOND DIVISION., Northern Advocate, 4 December 1917
*Adams, Ormsby Gore, mining engineer, Parua Bay. Aitken, Petei: Wilson, coal , miner, ' Hikurangi. Alexander, John Edward, surgeon dentist. Kohukohu. Archer, Harry Richard, wheelwright, Awanui North. Armitage, John, shipping agent, Mangonui. Armstrong, Hubert Edward, farmer, Maungatapere. Ball, William, farmer, Matakohe. Baxter, William " Ernest, labourer, Whangarei. Beasley, Thomas Willianv, poultryfarmer,, Parua Bay. Becker, William, farmer, Whangarei. Bedggood, George Hayward, farmer, Ohaeawai. ' Benton,. Thomas Paterson, coachsmith, Whangarei. Binns, William, miner, Mairtown. Blacklock, Albert Achilles, slaughter, man; Hikurangi.
Boakes, Percy William, farmer, Mangapai. Bond, William John, gum digger, Whangaroa. Breese, Thomas Darcy Wyatt, farmer, Kaipara Flats. Broom, Mark, navvy, Whangarei. Broughton, Robert Nightingale, carpenter, Hokianga. Brown, Herbert, Royal mail driver, Waipapa. Cameron. Donald, Cape Brett Lighthouse. Carnegie, Charles Kerr, fitter, Whangarei. Christensen, Harold William, sheep. farmer, Onerahi. Clarke, William, farmer, Leigh, Rodney. Clayden, Thomas Alexander, fruit and general farmer, Matakana. Colvin, Alister Strother, draughtsman, Whangarei. Coulsen, Thomas William, , farmer. North Auckland. Croker, Samuel Warner, farmer, Mata*Culbert, John, iquarryruan, Limestone Island. Dackers, Joseph George, farmer, Dargaville. Davis, George Wynyard, milker, Kawa. *Dawson. William John Mathers, electrical engineer, Whangarei. Dodds, Alexander, farmer, Paparoa. Donaldson, William Laurence, farmer, Pakotai. Dudding, Walter, carpenter, Whangarei. Dv Plantier, Ernest Alfred, engineer and farmer, Reotahi. Duval, Frank, surfaceman, N.Z.R., Ahuroa. Eagles. .Leonard George, carpenter, Raupo. Evans, John, farmer, Maungakaramea. Ferris, James, engine driver, Dargaville. Fildes, John, coal mine labourer, Warp. Finlayson, John Alexander, farmer, Aponga. Finnerty, Joseph Turrell, railway employee, Whangarei. Fleming, Thomas Jordan, hotelkeeper. Awanui. Flewellyn, Herbert, plumber, Whangarei. Foote, Ernest Christian, farmer, Opua. whango. : Fowler. Charles, fireman, Kaipara. Geddes, Charles England, farmer, Taumarere. Gibbs, William Ernest, tailor, Ra-
wene. Gill. Samuel Lawrence, flax contractor, Whangarei. Glynan, Patrick, labourer, Ahipara. Goatley, Arthur Henry, orchardist, Warkworth. Goodhue, George Joseph, miner, Hikurangi. Griffin, Thomas Joseph, farmer, Kamo. Gunson, Robert Wilford, farmer, ' Maungakaramea. Ham, Charles, farmer, Whangarei. Hawthorn, Lenard Robert,- farmer, Whatoro.
Hay. John, labourer, Te Kopuru. Henson, Edgar Somerville, bank clerk, Whangarei.
Hewitt, Walter Joseph, lineman, Whangarei. Higginson, Fred, farmer, Mania, Hikurangi.
Hinton. Edward, woodwork instructor, Whangarei.
Hore. Joseph Lancelot Webber, ironmonger, Whangarei. Ingerson, William Laurie, school teacher, Limestone.
Ivey, Harold Edward, farmer, Puketona.
Johnson, Alfred Peter, farmer, Tauhoa Johnson, Frank, builder, iKamo. Jordan, Thomas William, farmer.
Maraeroa. Joyce, Charles Harold, bush contrac-
tor, Whangarei. Kells, Frederick Henry, mine underviewer, Hikurangi. Killen, William Gilbert, farmer, Kai-
kohe. King, Joseph Howard, labourer, Mangapai. Kitching, Lionel Thomas, niver master, Mangawhare. Larkin. Jack Nayler, bread carter, Aratapu. Larsen, Alfred Christian, fireman, Wellsford. Leydon, John Edward James, storekeeper, Waiharara. Limn, Frederick William, taxi driver, Whangarei. McCartney, .Leslie Gordon, boilermaker, Kaiwaka. McClean, Archibald, farmer, Titoki. McOsilough, Percival, quarryman, Waiharara. McGovern, Frank Dalton, bank man.- . ager, Whangarei. Mclnnes, Murdoch, blacksmith, Kamo. MacKenzie, Hugh Simon, land agent, Whangarei. Mackenzie, Roderick Stanley, dairy farmer, Awaroa. , *Mackley, Garnet Hercules, stationmaster, Onerahi. McLean, Alexander, labourer, Central Waipu. McMath, Andrew Tamaho, native in-
terpreter, Whangarei. McMullen, James, farmer, Opua. Maioha, Sam William, junr., native in-
terpreter, Kaikohe. Matthews, George, store hand, Port-
land. Mattson, Charles Andrew, farm man.
ager, Kaikohe. Miller, James, dairy farmer, Tatara-
riki. Montague, Frank Tarance, surface
man, Onerahi. Moore, William Oscar, butcher, Wha ngarei.
Morgan, Wilfred, launch worker, Aratapu. Mumford. William, labourer, Whakapara. Nelder, Ernest, mill hand, Totara N. Northwood, Francis William, dairy, man, Pukehuia. Oates, John Edmund, lineman, Rawene. Orr, John Henry, farmer, Waimatenui. Peters, Robert Rolston, mill hand, Whangarei. Phillips, James Percival Lancelot, farmer, Streamlands. Power, Michael, police constable. Whangarei. Pratt, Charles, farmer, Tomarata. Reed, Edwin, cordial manufacturer, Whangarei.
Ritchie, William, farmer, Mangakahia Valley. Rogers, Stanley Edward, farmer, Omaha. > Rope, Walter Robert, boatbuilder, To Kopuru. Samber. Henry Ivan, navvy, Wha. ngarei. Shepherd, Francis S. T., farmer, Wha- ■, rigaroa. Smith, Leonard Hedley, school teacher, Whangape. Smith, Rupert Gordon, labourer, Warkworth. Somerville, James, barman, Whangarei. Sones, Arthur Alfred, carpenter and joiner, Whangarei. Stephen, Alexander, farmer. Waikiekie.
Stevens, Sidney, farmer, Paparoa. Stewart, John, bushman, Otara. Storrar, George Alfred, land agent,
Whangarei. Strong, Richard John, general lab-
ourer, Whangarei. Summerville, Henry Thomas, tele-
graph lineman, Warkworth. Thompson. Robert Charles, farrier,
Peria. Tipton, Harry, coal miner, Hikurangi Tremaine, Edward .Snell, dairy farm
e'er, Ruatangata. Trevor, Thomas Hubert, farmer, Papa-
raka. Tuohey, John Martin, .blacksmith,
Kaihu. Ulrich, Frederick Daintree Herstall, chemist, Portland.
Wallace, Hugh Bruce, milk and cream tester. Mauhgaturoto. Watt, Archibald Hume, native school teacher, Te Kao. Watt, Sydney James Hudson, gardener, Whangarei. Whitehead, Richard William, draper, Whangarei. Wiblin, Albert, farmer, Hukerenui. Woolley, George Ernest, accountant, Whangarei. Wright, Frederick Henry, farmer. Waimate North. Wylie, John Kingwell, farmer, Aranga. Wyllie, Alexander Walker- farmer, Warkworth. Yarborough, Archibald, Hokianga.
If enough is as good as a feast, As pale prigs and philosophers say. We all hope to get that much at least, And without any needless delay. But whatever we get must, bo good, Of a quality potent and pure: More consoling than wealth, and conducive to health, Like Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.
SECOND DIVISION., Northern Advocate, 4 December 1917
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