Answers to inquiries addressed to the editor of this paper will (if three penny stamps he enclosed) he forwarded to their destination. [From ‘Lloyd’s Weekly News.’] Moore (Benjamin), sheep farmer, was last heard of at Water Hole, Ipswich Reserve, Queenstown, Australia, some years ago. Nephew Richard David askst Morley (John), late of Norfolk, was employed on a farm in Queensland 25 years ago. Sister asks. Phillips (Harry and Charles Robert) left England for' Australia, September, 1911, and have not since been heard of. Mother and sister ask. Barnes (Samuel) went to Canada as farm lad 1900, bub is now thought to be in New Zealand. Sister Maggie asks. Williamson (George Frederick), a wood-carver, late of Hastings, last heard of several years ago at Hampton, and now thought to be m Australia, is sought by sister Lisa. M'Kemde (George), late of Edinburgh, was last heard of working on steamer trading between Vancouver and Sydney two years ago. Cousin Cissie asks. Christmas (Anne), nee Goodman, and her husband, William Christmas, _ a miller, went to Tasmania 1872-73. Cousin Sarah asks. Hemien (James) went to Australia with his sister Nell in 1886. Brother Bob asks. Clegg (Thomas Alfred) was last heard of Christchurch, New Zealand, 1912. Mother asks.
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MISSING FRIENDS, Evening Star, Issue 15644, 7 November 1914
MISSING FRIENDS Evening Star, Issue 15644, 7 November 1914
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