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A. hfi'B di-ftft, dUniplißbd- mostly uf C'htss ti^ SecUiicl liivisibii riien JeaVes On Tuesday ribxt fol* airily SOriib ol" tlie 1-ecruits liave had .pi'bViUus niilitai-y Ihiiriing, as shpwii iii brackets; . but. the majority are ihexpeHeiictid. Included m the draft i\H several Volunteers. Hie rianies are as fol loirs : —

William John BelL shearer, ]SlcLean street, Wairoa. . . Sidney Francis shephord, aiorere. John Henry Baty, carrier, Patutahi. James Bowman, ploughman, lahunga. (4th City Field artillery, Glasgow). Gilbert William ! Buych, carpenter,. 7 Stamley road, Gisborne. Er.nesl Henry ' Butler, farm hand, Bryce street, Mangapapa. John William' Bonifttce, 502 Palmerston road, Gisborne. . ( . Frederick. Robert Ball, accountant, Stout street, Gisborne. ..(Southland Boys High Scll.pol cadets). Samuel James Bard'^ll, hawker, Lyttou road, Gisborivc. Samuel Burnett, coach driver, Wairoa. Frederick Bracken, general station hand, cure T. Holden, Wnimata. Timmothy John Crimniin, horse driver, Te Karaka. (9th Territorials, Gisborne). Thomas . Cagney, Govertimciit surveyor, • survey camp, . „ : : William' Campion, engineer's' blacksmjthi Hunter street, Gisborne. (Lanarkshire artillery). Ernest Churchill Cakott, gardent-r, 363 Clifford street, Gisborne. Thomas Hunter Caidwell, sheepfaimeri Waikohu. Ernest Castle, laborer, Teßata station, Wheturau. ! .Ernest Corbett, working 'manager. Otoko.. Edward James Deyer, st'atiom manager, Mangaroa station, Tolaga Bay. Arthur John Devery, drover, Iranui rpad, Kaiti. iGisborne Mounted Rifles). James Double, cook, care Record Reign hotel, «Gisborne. (West-port Artillery Volunteers). George William Eivers, station manager^ Waikerei' i v station. Ernest Feiitoiii, secretary, care - Hospital and Charitable- Aid" Board, Gisborne (R. A. M. C. England). Thomas' Fountaine, clothier and 'mercer, Wairoa. (Infantry Battalion, Westport). Sidney Asiiwin Gover, bank clerk, 93 Rutene road, Gisborne. Samuel Edward Gray, station manager, Rere. Arthur -Thomas Gedye, carpenter, care Mr. Morice, Taliunga, Gisborue. " Thomas Elliott ,Hanlou, painter, Toko^ maru Bay. . . - Bernard Heffer /station hand,, care Mr Cresswell, Parikanapa, Gisborne. Archibald Alexander Hepburn, laborer, Borough Council, Gisborne. (4th Battalion Rifle Brigade and 25th. Reinforcements, medically unfit). William John Hepburn/ shepherd, care Williams Bros., Muriwai. Walter • Hewson. builder, Bay. (Field -^Artillery, Auckland). -Francis Rigby Hill, carpenter, Valley road, Whataupoko. : Robert Wallace Hill,, carter, Whatatutu, (Mounted Infantry, South African. , war). . Thomas Shaw Hamilton, fencer, 208 Palmerston road, Gisborne. (10th Contingent, South African war). Harry Edward Jones, engineer, Motu- : hora. ■'

Rees Jones, plumber and fitter, freezing works, Waipaort, Gisborne. William Kirk, contractor, Rangitukiu. Joseph James Lamont, driver, 63 Ormond road, Gjsborue (2 years Gisborne'Rifles, volunteers). Robert Edward Lewis, bricklayer, 662 Gladstone road, Gisborue. * William McGraunaclian, 'manager,' Hiuemoa, Motu (Queensland M. Riflesi volunteers). " ' J lector Bru'cii McAra, inai),ager, Paritu, Whareratu. William Arthur Macfar(|uhar, yardman, 21 Norman road, Gisborne. » Kenneth Alexander M^KtejCfide, driver, 385 Gladstone road', 4 Gfebdriie. Francis Leonard INlcMahon, barman, c/o Man utah i'■ ■ hotel , } Ruktor ea . John McMillan, vrdadmaii, Rakauroa, (Argyll aiid Highland ers). .

David Wilkie iVliddletou, chauffeur. 104 Disraeli st., Gisborne Edwin . Rairi»ford Farr Miller, clerk. George, Minnis, clerk, 263 Aberdeen rd., Gisborne. „ . Wilfred: Moat, laborer Tokomaru Bay. James .McConneil Mulligan, laborer, 110Clifford street, .Gisborne. Charles Edward O'Sullivan, shepherd, Te ' Karaka, Gisborne. - . Hilto™ Parker, slaughterman, c/o Mr ! Stead, FrasertbWn. Frederick . Colin Perry, accountant, Whitaker - st., . Gisborne. Alfred Peny,. manager Lqlidoh Music Shop, Wairoa. v 1 David . Perston, : roadman, Tihiroto, Henry Charles Rob Johns, sheepfarmer, i PakSrae station, Wairoa (Nelson College; Cadets). . . - Charles ; Hea'bert' Rutter,i pastrycook, 102 Disraeli street, .Gisborne. Frederick Herbert 'Jack Rivers-Smith, draper (9th Ha wke's Bay Regt.) 1 Alfred (now kndwn as Alfred •Sligo), motor mec>jnic, 21 'Norman road, GisboVne. Albert Scragg, laborer, Woodlandsj Wairoa. Gordon, Stewart, . manager, Clyde road, Wairoa (Remington' Guards, SoUth ■ African war). Harry Brighty Stockwell. sadmer aiid boot .repairetj Mriiu. '-. "j Angus Donald Sutherland, station manager, c/o Mv J. .F. " Smith, Privaie Bag,, "VVakanui, Wairoa). ••;■ Walter Harold Shipton, draper, Gisboru# (Yol. Bat. 'Gloucester 'Regt.^ and- iSt. -John. Ambulance). r| Eugene Thbrnas 'Simon, motormjin, 44 Stanley road, Gisborne (N.Z. ¥.A. J. Bat,, volunteers). ' ■ .' Frank Thompson, carpenter, Tokomaru Bay. : :i John Thorburn, driver, Sheeham at.,. .Gisborne. f! Robert Janies Trengi-bve', "mill . harid, 1 ' Motuhora. •■'.'■ "" Robert Turnbull, firemap. Motuhora qua-rry, Motuhora (Northumberland Imperial Yeomanry).- ' Arthur- Charles Terry, "accountant (South African war).. / ( .' John Percy Tqltv, health 'inspector, Waipiro Bay. ; Robert Mark Thpmpson, shepherdv ■ Manutuke (South African Mounted Infantry). ; „ ', Walter Norman Walker, • 'station mana- ■ Ker, Manutuke (Wellington E.C. Mountieds, volunteers). , .• Arthur Aibeit Young, ■.' Jaborer. Patu-^ tahi (Auckland 'Momifted; Rifles). " .

In . the course of an address at Christ:, church, .the 'Biev. W. - Walker> Chaplain' to the.;Fpi:c6s, ■< x^fejrye^d' to the severe? winter which -ha.d-- been experienced thi6> yeiar m , New : > Zcaloild, but added; ■•• by> way. of fcorapax'isoii : "'We had (m 'Erance) five" soj^d weeks, during which the temperature never ' got above- freezing point!' 9 . . . ■■'■■■■'■.',' I • ' ■ ' > ■' '- ,■ ! "Writing from aomewhero m. jPalesV, tine," stated the Actihg-P'rime 3Vliniste£: on Saturday, "an ofliceiv who . knows- alll: about the Rarotongan •so.ldiei's,, says:, 'From "my experience, I /am mpr.e than ever convinced that, ' f rqni •a, military point of view, you have iir the' Cobk ; Isf landers a splondid asset to the { nianr" power of New Zealand. They aw remarkably practical and quick to lAarn.';! Tlio National ''Ef^cioticy ; T^'w'dv pro--poses i.p cohij>enistito ,tlie ! liquor ' trade for the loss of tlio'foUr' a&d T a\lialf.;yiars dpi ixg ■' which p under th 6 " Statute ; ' it' lifus^ continilo aft^r a, protobitioiicS'pte. 'Th^ Boai-d i*e]i>o"i'ted that ''contpensatidai based' toil the fdregoiug lines ''w6W)d''J!re a; 6biin<l' .investment '-for tho ' Stale ,'; T aiidVth 0 cbst\rfc»uld be recbiipdd by increialsfed iiailbnk:l' cfh'ciency." Surely th© electoi-B ; of Is r .Z. jKivb'thie i'ight to expi f es 6 thair view's onr jso iinpttt'Wnt^a: propo^aJ. '^lie "Alliance. •Monster asjcsi -' Pa^Uanieitt 'io' submit the ; Board's 'proportion, to the vote of" the people. Evei-y elector who" has tJie welfare of JftZ. sat -'bettoft shou3id sign that .petition.. Be -isuTe " y-ou - sig-il the righit Petition ! I*K>k carefully, or you may be induced to supnort a- proposal asking for nationalisation of tlio Drink TraiJic vitli all its attendant evils. The Alliance, Monster Petition' fa t!i,-> one that every patriotic citizen sliou'/l support. Sign if, and no • other.*-

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46th REINFORCEMENTS. Poverty Bay Herald, Volume XLV, Issue 14700, 4 September 1918

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