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FOR WAR SERVICES.

NEW ZEALAND HONOURS. ORDER OF THE EMPIRE. LONG LIST OF AWARDS, [Bt telegraph.—press ASSOCIATION.] WELLINGTON. Friday. i Appointments to the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire have been made by His Majesty the King, who has signified his approval of the issue of further 1 similar lists on the occasion of His ' Majesty's Birthday and at New Year. ' Tho Secretary of State for the Colonies dasires to draw attention to the fact that these honours have been recommended and : awarded solely for services in connection 1 with the war. Details are:— 1 Member* of the first-class, or Damo of the Grand Cross of tho Order: Her Excel--1 lency Annette Louise, Countess of Liver- \ pool. Member of the Second Class, or Knight Commander of the Order: Right Hon. ! William Lee, Baron Plunket, London. i Members of the Third Class, or Commanders of tho Order: Mrs. Christina Allen Masseyj Theresa Dorothea, Lady ' Ward; Mrs. Jacobina Luke, Wellington; ! Robert H. Nolan, London; Colonel i Robert Ward Tate, Wellington; Mrs. E. A. Wilson, London Members of the Fourth Class, or Offi- ' cers of the Ordor: Mrs. Miria Woodbine Pomare, Wellington; Herd Mate- ■ roa, Lady Carroll, Gisbome; Mrs. » Fanny Boyle, Christchurch; Mr. > James John Clark. Dunedmj Miss , Lavinia Coates, Wellington; Mr. David , W. Hamond• Duthic, Wellington; Mr. James Henry Gunson, Auckland; Mrs. ' Jessie Gunscin, Auckland; Mr. Henry Holi land, Christchurch; Mrs. Jane Holland, i ChristchurchMrs. Helen Lowry Hast- . ings; Mr. Arthur Edgar Gravenor Rhodes, , Christchurch; Lieutenant-Colonel Alexan« . der Fowler Roberts, Wellington; Mrs. Eva Lydia Rutherford, Culverden; Miss Mary i Downie Stewart, Dunedin; Mrs. Agues , Vernon Wigram, Christchurch; Miss Hilda ( Williams, London. I Members of tho Fifth Class ; or Members of the Order: Mrs. Emma Bissland, Dun- ' edin; Mrs. Ann Burgess, New Plymouth; 1 Miss Jean Burt, Dunedin; Mrs. Sarah ) i Ann Coradine,*Masterton; Mrs. Hariette . Sophia Crawford, Wellington; lit. Geo. , Lester Donaldson, Christchurch; Mr. John . William Ellis, Hamilton; Miss Edith Fenton, Sanatorium, Rotorua; Mrs. Elizabeth Forrester,' Oamaru; Mr. Hope Gibbons, I Wanganui; ' Mrs. Florence Guinness, i Timaru; Mrs, Margaret Harding, Manga- , whare, Auckland Mrs. Leah Lucy Hawke, I Invercargill; Mr. Do.igins William .lack, Whangarei; Mrs. Mary Hawkins Kirk- , patrick, Kawakawa: Mr. Victor John ' Lamer, Auckland; Mrs. Kate Rose Leaver, I Westport; Dr. Edward George Levinge, , Christchnrch; Mr. Arthur Edward Mann- . ing, Hamilton; Miss Isabel McLean, Dunedin ; Colonel William Henry Sefton Moor--1 house, Wellington;. Mrs. Elizabeth Lily | Nash, Palmerston North; Miss Arihia Kane Ngata, Kaliukura; Mr. George Albert i Perry, Hokitika; Mr. Herbert James Dun- , can Robertson, Auckland; Mrs. Iris ( Brenda Rolleston, Wellington; Mrs. Alice Georgina Sherratt, Gisborne; Mrs. Jean ' Simpson, Huntcrville; Mr. William Wal- ■ lace Snodgrass, Nelson; Miss Belle Sped- ■ ding, Auckland; Mr. William Stead, , Invercargill; Mr. Maurice Thompson, In- , vercargill; Miss Patricia Clay Thomson, . luvercargill; Mr. Charles John Treleaven, ' Christchurch; Mr. Arthur Varney, ' Y.M.C.A., Wellington; Miss Georgina i Webster, .Wellington. The majority of those people who have been appointed to the Order have been ' actively connected with various organisations which have been engaged in patriotic work throughout the Dominion since ' the commencement of the war. The list ■ contains, in addition, the names of cer- [ tain ladies and gentlemen who have been prominently, associated • with the activities of the New Zealand War Contingent As- • sociation in London, while tho names of 1 officers of the Dominion military forces I who have rendered valuable assistance in I their respective spheres are also included.

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FOR WAR SERVICES., New Zealand Herald, Volume LV, Issue 16800, 16 March 1918

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FOR WAR SERVICES. New Zealand Herald, Volume LV, Issue 16800, 16 March 1918

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