10 MORE D.S.O.'S LIST OF DECORATIONS SEVERAL ATJCKL ANDERS i ■ . Advice of the following awards to members of the Second New Zealand Expeditionary Force in recognition of gallant and distinguished service, has been received by the Minister ot Defence, Mr Jones. Thirty-two ot the men concerned have since returned to New Zealand: — Bah to Distinguished Seiivk e Oiuier Brigadier W. («. Gentry, D.5.0., 0.8. E. —Lower Hutt. Colonel (Temp.-Brigadier) 1. L. Bonifant, D.S.O. —Christchurch. Colonel F. M. H. Hanson, D.5.0., 0.8.E,, M.M.—Wellington. Distinguished Service Order Brigadier R. C. Queree, C.B.E.—England. Lieutenant-Colonel E. A. MePhail, M.C. —Christ church. Lieutenant-Colonel M. C. Fan-brother, 0.8.E.. E.D.—Wellington. Lieutenant-Colonel H. H. l'arata —Dun-; Major G. K. Armstrong, M.C.—Dunedin. Major G. H. Hawkesby—Auckland. Major Y. K. Fleming—Palmerston North. Major D. Maclntyre—Porangahau. Major L. C. E. Malt —Mrs I. M. Malt, Katikati (wife). Major C. K. Reed—Palmerston North. Bar to Military Cross Major W. F. Titchener, M.C'.—Dunedin. Military Cross Major W. S. L. McKae—Mrs H. Mcliae, St.. Heliers Bav (wife). Major 11. W. Northcroft—Napier. Major M. M. Robertson---Epsom. Captain (Temp.VMajor) W. B. (ox Christehurch. Captain (Temp.-Major) G. G. Turbott Epsom. . The Rev. J. S. Somerville, Chaplain, Third Class —Dunedin. Captain T. M. V. Bain—Christehurch. Captain O. P. Davis—Westport, Captain A. A. Keller —New Plymouth. Captain W. Reedy—Rnatoria. Captain E. R. Smytlie—lnvercargill. Captain B. J. Williams— Sandringham. Temp.-Captain G. S. Menssies Napier. Lieutenant I. G. Harris—Mrs P. E. Harris, Hokianga (wife). Lieutenant W. H. Harvey—Dunedin. Lieutenant B. R. Sneddon —lauranga. Lieutenant T. R. Tibbie—Tikitiki. Temp.-Lieutenant A. R. McLay—Ashburton. Temp.-Lieutenant J. I. M. Small Christehurch. Second-Lieutenant F. B. Ryan—Lower Hutt. Second Lieutenant D. G. Boys—Mrs C. V. Boys, Devonport (mother). Second-Lieutenant R. Mollier —Wellington. . Second-Lieutenant R. J. Qmnn. M.M. —Mr J. H. Quinn, Balmoral (father). Second-Lieutenant W. J. Sisam—Mrs R. S. Sisam, Taneatua (mother). Second-Lieutenant R. A. Vazey Awanui. Distinguished Conduct Medal Sergeant J. H. Garwood, Wellington; Sergeant A. A. Leech—Mrs J. E. Leech, Waikiekie (mother); Sergeant G. J. Murray—Mrs E. P. Murray, Devonport (wife); Sergeant C. D. Rae —Mrs A. S. Rae, Waihi (mother); Sergeant P. Rakena—Mrs B. Rakena, Hokianga (wife); Temp.-Sergeant R. J. Roberts. Tauranga; Lance-Sergeant H. ,T. Whelch. North Canterbury; Corporal H. F. Beckham —Mrs L. B. R. Beckham. Whitford, Auckland (wife);, Private P. Maangi—Mrs I. Maangi, Opotiki (mother). Military Medal Staff-Sergeant K. R. Murupara. Whakatane; Sergeant B. E. Archibald —Mrs E. Archibald, St. Heliers (mother); Sergeant V. Berridge—Mrs .1 Berridge, Wniotira (mother); Serjeant A. J. Gardyne, Gore; Sergeant K. W. Herring, Westport; Sergeant R. Maitland, Dunedin; Sergeant E. I<. Michie, Balclutha; Sergeant N. H. Mitchinson, Raetihi; Sergeant A. M. Read. Frankton; Sergeant J. Russell, Ternnka; Sergeant H. A. Smclair, Nelson; Temporary-Sergeant JM. L-. Ghaiiey, (Haiti; Temporary-Sergeant R. Edmondson. Nelson; Temporary-Sergeant 11. McPartlin, Kaiapoi; Temporary-Ser-geant C. R. Monaghan. Matanra; Lance-Sergeant. K. B. Glass, Albury; Lance-Sergeant O. L. Howat, Hokitika; Lance-!'ergennt E. J. Mullin. Dunedin; Lance-Sergeant •). V r . Riddell —-Mrs A. A, Riddell. Mount Eden (mother); Corporal W. 31. Baker —Nf rs J• 1 • Baker, Te Puke (wife); Corporal S. R. Cook, Ha went; Corporal S. A. Crook. Christchurch; Corporal W. O. Ingham, Birkenhead; Corporal V. J. Jorgensen, Wellington; Corporal R. McLean—3l rs T. McLean. Kohulcohu (mother); Corporal r Nia :"v, Gisborne; Corporal C. Rawson—Mr C. T. Rawson. Taneatua (frtther); Corporal R. L. Rossit.er. Christehurch; Corporal H. E. SmithMrs F,. Smith, Ellerslie (mother); Corporal J. Tither, Christehurch; Tempor-ary-Corpo: I C. H. Andertou, Waipnkiirati; Temporary-Sergeant F. F. Currv, Wellington; Temporary-Corporal J Kir a —Mrs R. Vrn, Kaeo (mother); Temporarv-Corporal N. B. Trye, New Plymouth; Lane -Bombardier C. A. Anderson. Palmerston North; Lance-Cor-poral C. E. L..Hutchison, Wellington; Lance-Bombardier W. Roberts—Mrs M Roberts, Henderson (mother); Gunner R. C. Barrett, Wellington; Private P. .T. Beglev, Hastings; Sapper M. R. Blaektopp, Wellington; Private M. J. Browne, Kakahi; Trooper D. E. Craw, Linton; Sapper 31. J. Fisken, Gore; Private H. C. Freeman. Kakahi; Private .T. W. Gwilliam —Mrs D. M. Gwilliam. Sandringham (wife'); Sapper R. A. J. Hooper. Christehurch; Sapner T. G. M(dntosh. Mount Roskill; Private D. C. Melntvre. Southland; Private 1. F. Stralil, Kaikonra; Private J. J. I/. Strathern, Invercargill; Private 1. Tolicli, Te Awamutu. Mentioned in Despatches
Captain (Temperory-Major) W. SJordan, M.8.1''.. M.C., late of Hamilton, now residing in Sydney.
Major Hawkesby left New Zealand in inil as a second-lieutenant in the infantry. He returned tq Now Zealand at tlie end of last year and has resumed civil life in Auckland. Major Robertson, who left New Zealand with the sixth reinforcements in June, 1911, returned last month. He is an agricultural student. Major Turbott* left for the Middle East at the end of 1942 and returned last September. He has previously been mentioned in despatches. Before enlisting, he was a teacher at the Seddon Memorial Technical College. CARS FOR DOMINION SHIPMENT LEAVES LONDON (Reed. 5.35 p.m.) LONDON, Nov. 10 A motor company has announced that the largest post-war consignment of motor vehicles so far sent overseas, consisting of 117 cars and vans valued at £30,000, has left London for New Zealand in the steamer Paparoa. THIS WEEK'S COUPONS Ration coupons available this week are: — Meat (ration Is 7d weekly, H coupons 4d, others 3d; child's ration, lOd weekly, J coupon 4d). —Nos. 2 and 3. Butter (ration 6oz weekly, each coupon 80//). —Nos. 1 to 3, available until November 25. Sugar (ration 31b monthly, each coupon 120/,). — Nos. 1 to 4, available until November 25, Tea (ration Ho/, monthly, each coupon 20x.). —Nos. 1 to 4, available until November 25. Petrol. —Nos. 5 and 6, double face value, available throughout November I and December.
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