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THE REINFORCEMENTS.

WEEKLY MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS At the King Edward Barracks last evening fifty-nine recruits for • ;he Reinforcements appeared before Lieutenant-Colonel R. W. Anderson, principal medical officer, to undergo t> medical examination. Iho following are the: names of the men: Herbert George Wurburton, clerk, 10, Hutcheson Street, Chrisichurch, infantry. Frank Widiamsoji. leadlighi maker, 482, Moorhouse Avejue, Chris'-clbuich, infantry. Ernest Lesi.o Ransley, labourer, 31, Pisses Street, Lin wood mounted. Aibert Cecil S.even, clerk, Christchurcn Tramwav Jrfocud, infantry. Georgo Edgar Pengeily, labourer, 50, Ely Street, Chrisichureh, mounted. Arnold Maurice Taylor, packer, 391, Eivor Road, Richmond, ■ artillery. Francis Wood, builder. 33, Worcester Street, Ch rial church, infantry. Keano Frederick Farrant, bootmaker, 34, Cashel Street, Chris Ichurch, ambulance. John Daniel Davis, decorator, Railway Cottage, Middlcton, attillcry. Georgo Tupc, g-aa filter, 62, Queen Street. Sydenham, mounted. "Henry M.ithew Gilkes, draper, 28, Mersey Street, St Albans, infantry. Albert Walter Richardson, labourer, 84a, Armagh Street, Linwcod, infantry. John Wrr-lit. commercial travellor, 50, Loioes er Street, Sydenham, arti.lery. • Robert Ash, groom, care of F. Trusoot.., P. 0., Redcl.ffs, uicun:ed. Annand Stanley George Watson, Army Service Corps. Frcderck Holland, pras fitter, 390, Tuam Street, Lin wood, infan'ry. Nelson Charles Freeman, labourer, Springs Road. Hornby, mounted. Owen Wiliam Williams, school teacher, 74, Hewitt's Road, Merivale, infantry. William Patrick Smith, clerk, Westport Coa' Ccmpany, Chrhtchurch, artillery. Bernard Joseph White, upholsterer 100, Fitzgerald Avenue Chriaicburch, arti.lery. John Auar.s us Reid, fireman, care oi Canterbury "Frozen Meat, Company, Belfast, infantry. Harry Arthur Sutcliffo, clerk, G-arrrcrks, Waltham R--ad, Christchurch, infantry. Arnold V bite Bc.anland. carpen er, 233, Edgevrare Road, Si Albans, mounted. Alfred Ilenrv Welrford. lithographer, 70. Sou hampton Street, Sydenham, mounted. Charles E. B. Roper, farmer, Wairarapa Road, Paparmi, wokir despaicb rider. Thomas David Berry, Stect, Chrisi church, artillery driver. John V. M. Stine-ar, joiner's apprentice, 12, Retreat R~ad A von side ambulance. Will.am Barkwi.h, conl'ec ioncrs assistant, 132. Antisrua Street, S-d-mham, infantr.-. Harold Cuthbert M'Carthy, engineering student, Y.M.C.A., Chris.church, hospital 6hip. Haro'd Henry, hotel employee, Sandridgrc Httel Sydenham, mounted. Charles Victor Buich-sr, nurpery hand, 5(5, Edirewire Read. St Albans, ambulance. James V,'»'?!i, labourer, Proctor Street, Papanui, infinitr/. Leonard. Charts Ray James, thea-tro employee. 91, Barbadoea Sweat, Sydenham, intantry. Georgo Jackson, butcher, cars of Dixon Lro* Ct Iki Ch l tcnurth mo«nVd Rou " la )Oi r r Si S„ A' h J fatrct (n i in) nti' I Ham ' u. 1 o ' ourc i<f Kanfur j j St r e * Al > i_ J n< u d I Jni ]< oph Daltou la )onicr " c y>r n r St t \ k ii"' ) i nda 1 j \\ 1 uiu C run i 'i tuel ' \<i' < t 0, ! Mr l c S r 't Chri tch ircb K> p *i' ■, i p I lon i il niitoi n jui i,ed I jimp) \ic Work l him it O Tbiln t j. ! < 1 I- .n r L ' \ fir \\ inn ill i i">< nrrm cth-e-. ,hi u Ai ii ' Lv m ii d 1 i j i s c 'il tck'i > i ( 0 JM< itrn i -t it C i i i i i i tr\ T i k 1 o > I 111 i t i iucl i o i. ji ti J 2 > 11 *- u bun titr \ u f CLi i W loin nin pi L le ji,do I m icd ' * Lt Vu«-(n 'l'ou-j ot U ' ci ir Gil ! Hi \<>>l Loid I apamu i->auii. 1 \ Mir 1 r Ht-(1k M i'-ip l i<> Mm die U' 'ret 4 f 1 <( i M ' er-« ( i D>i ' i i i'u i r 2t Li* n 1 i ! i b in n' i r (i i" ( i "' \i' 1 i y , t \ <>' i uf i i , d v i i |ii* 'or \_ t i iv, i I Uc)i '< i t* Ir ' \ , i I l ii He IHo ) Christ i il I ii* I i r < ' d ii libon-tr >'O , ( -!•». ! J i mf i i ltd k°r In mr 1 T -ji j-lri c C t i urci null i Jha C it Li 1 1 Vi^ *■!( i n (' i *in ich " i i (,po i Ii i ( ■=■ di <« a i i ' u ,r I l u i ' Cm hi <in c _ J 4 , i rt ' i ' To .' -'rr 1 -i 1 i f i' \\ i i v i F3 d u i" TV n I , x u H mti \ I I 1 - ' l\r L. 1 , r I 1 Jt 1 I L 1.1 >1 ci ia 1 cj 1 n cl l n m Ml J I .. H v Butt di c'd t' ,o m ] C 1 chi c i i- int / I ill i * r . ni i 1 [ii ; -, a ,ii ui Iv f r i a "i h i « L r i r e 4f G''* i 3 r i I [ i i r \ » i ii id miu 'in ♦ o ii p" ill nil 1- ii i i,o \ ii Jui ( j iirnih"t ' ■>! tat O f Ch- ii-l! Un

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THE REINFORCEMENTS., Star, Issue 11511, 6 October 1915

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THE REINFORCEMENTS. Star, Issue 11511, 6 October 1915

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