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_ Sir.—During tho year 1914 an exceptionally large number of advertisements for next-of-kin, heirs-at-law, missing beneficiaries. and persons inquired for for something to their advantage appeared in British, Australian, and New Zealand newspapers, and a selection from the principal of these may be of more than passing interest to your readers, and of substantial benefit to some of them. In every case the persons whose names. appear below, or their legal personal representatives, are known to have emigrated to or wore last heard of in Australia or New Zealand;

John Henry Maudesley Adams; William John Adams loft Armagh for Australia about 1874, and was last heard of at Tentorfield, Non- South Wales; Henry Allen, stepbrother of Alfred. Candy; Thomas and .Elizabeth Anderson (neo Waugh) John Spence Anderson, lato of Ktara,_ New Zealand; William Anderton, who visited Melbourne about 1908; Herbert Andrew, at Hobart 1888; the widow and children of Francis Thornhill Barlow, who died at the Garrison Hospital, Sydney, about 1876; James Fitzgerald Barry and .Ellen Barry, children of William Barry, of Otokia, New Zealand ; the cjiil- ■ dren of William Henry Batchelor, late, of Blackheaih, New ■South Wales; Frederick and Catherine Mina Baxter: David Bell, lato of liverp>ool, New South Wales ; James Billing, formerly of Auckland ; R. Wodgewood ' Bishop, at Rockhampton about 1897; James, William, and John Bird, sons of Joseph and Mary; Alfred William Boddington; Florence Louisa Boothman (neo MTvellar) ; Catherine Briffit, otherwise Crosby; Mary Briflit, lato of Sydney; John Egerton Broadlev, fate of Campbell Town, Now South Wales; George Brooker. late of Christchurch; New Zealand: Frederick William Brown, formerly Woodficld ; James Buchanan, son of William and Helen. Buchanan (nee Croall); Hannah Cantrell (nee Dnnphy) ; the representatives of George Carruthers, lato of Auckland (deceased 1 : Bichard Chappie, last heard of jit Leongatha, Victoria ; Hary Leonard Clough, born about 1854, late of New Zealand ; William Cnmyu, formerly of S'pringsuro, Queens- j land; the _ children of Henrietta Connelly (nee Martin), wife of Thomas Connelly; John Cook, son of John, of Westmoreland; Augustus Cooper, son of William Cooper : Edward Cowiiam, who arrived in Australia, in 1884, or his representatives; Alfred Cow.lin, son of Frederick ; William Caw Dalzell, formerly of Belfast ; Joseph Darnton, son of Joseph Darntou, formerly of Sydney, billiard-marker (deceased) Melville and William Dawson, formerly of Perth, or their heirs; Harold Francis Dean, son of Thomas Henry Dean; the representatives of Leslie Prentice Do Carle, at Lyndhurst. Victoria, about 1860 ; William Delaney, formerly of Nunawading, Victoria : John Deneby, who left Newmarket, County Cork, for Australia about 1862: George Henry Dennison, a native of Halifax, who left- England for Australia 1889 ; Emily and Marv 'Devine, born Longford, Ireland, daughters of Robert and Margaret Devine; Thomas Donaldson, othenvise Slade, late of Otepopo, Otago, New Zealand : Agnes Donnollv, or Donnel, who left Lancashire for Queensland about 50 years ago ; Adela Smedie/ Dowse!l and lier husband Thomas, who left England for Australia about 1852; Margaret Elizabeth Dudley (nee Callou) ; George Klderton, last heard of at Toora Station. Brisbane, 1899: John Elworthy and George. Wilkins, last heard of at Creswick, Victoria, or their descendants; the next-of-kin of Sarah Evans, kite of 'Bannockburn, New Zealand; Charles, otherwise Carl Fanzelow, late of Maknre, Wellington; the brothers and sister of Mary Ann Fenwick, who married James Howlet, formerly of Gateshead ; Agnes Finlav (neo Stroud) ; Patrick Flood, late of Karra way, near Kalgoorlic. Western Australia,; Mrs French (nee Lobban), whose husband was a bank manager;' James Phillips Gallivan, son of Matthew; John Colinson Gibbs, formerly of Cowra, Now South Wales, and, later of West Australia; the next-of-kin of Andrew Gillespie, believed to be a native, of Dunedin, New Zealand ; John Graham, son of George; Rose Gracey, wife of Robert William Gracey; Caroline Amelia Grant, or her father. Dr Charles Grant,- nr her mother, Caroline Grant, formerly of Tarnagnila, Victoria, and later of Bourke and Forbes, New South Wales; the heirs of Carnegie- Grant, late weaver, of Arbroath, Scotland; David Grant, who left Root laud over 50 years ago, a son of Carnegie Grant; Thomas Arnold Greonhalg, late of Glebe, Now South Wales j Joint Griffin, formerly of Dunedin, later of Queensland; Lhc_children of Eleanor Guy, who died at Eumara, Now Zealand' ; George Harvey, son of David Josiah Harvey, and last heard of in New South. Wales; James Harwood, formerly of Peakluli, County Lincoln; James 'Steel Hamilton, son of Jane ; Ehviek Lodewick Hayton; Robert Henry Herald, son of Alfred Joseph Herald ; '.James Heron, sou of Rev. James Heron; Friend Thomas Hill, son of Thomas; Charles James Holmes, late of Sydney ; Frederick Hosier, son of Ira and Ann Hosier, who emigrated to Australia, or his children; Henry Hubert Hosier; the brothers and sisters of Mary Ann Hewlett (neo Fenwick); Peter Hughes, sou of John and Betty Hughes : the children of Margaret Humphries; .Albert Thomas Isaacs, who left Swansea for Adelaide about 1909, and afterwards went to Auckland, New Zealand.; Iscmongor Anthony, formerly of Guernsey, and later of Auckland, New Zealand; the children of Samuel Jackson, who was killed at Sandhurst, Victoria, 1872; Edward Nash Jenkins, who emigrated to New Zealand in 1875; Richard Johnson, sou of William Burley Johnson, who _ arrived in Sydney' per steamer Leonidas ;n 1855; Evelyn May Jones, daughter of Mary' Barron Jones; George Llewellyn Jones, late of Adelaide ; .Tl.onias Jones, a sailor, son of Hugh and Margaret Jones; John Ivelloher, formerly of Ballymague, County Cork, or his next of Eln; William King, late of _ Wilgar Downs, New South Wales; Kheu or Stewart (Bethia), formerly cf Christchurch; New Zealand; Henry Langlands (called Harry), son of John Lang-la-nds; James Lawrence, formerly' of Renfrew ; Louis Coleman Lawrence, born 1867, a son of John and Lsabella Lawrence, and last heard of at. Dunedin, New Zealand; the nephews and nieces of Bettina Loftus; William Macintosh, late of Whittlesea, Victoria- j Austin Mason, Elizabeth Mason, and Frances Mason, children, of John Valentine Mason; John Stamper Mannruell, born Wigton, 1846; John M'Aleeoe, son of Robert; James M'A.leer, born County Tyrone, a .son of Felix M'Aleor; Charles and Eugeno MlCarty; relatives of Allan McDonald; late of Carpentaria Downs Station, Queensland; Henry M'Ewan or MTveovvn, eon of JcKseph"; James MTettridge, hint heard of at Kalgooriio and JYork, Western Australia; Bernard APNamce, born County Tyrone, and who emigrated to Australia in 1820, or his representatives; Simon Peter Candy Millar, lato of Sydney; William Henry Snell Millar, who arrived in Australia about 1888; Russel! Miller, son of Charles Russell; Francis Hilliar Needs; Frederick Ackworth New, formerly of Oarndu Trefisis; William Martin Luther Nicoll; tho children of Hannah Odgers; Joseph and Caroline Paine, who at one timo resided in Now Zealand, or their descendants ; Charles Park, son of Charles Park, _and late of Sydney ; William Pater - - son, formerly of Brechan and late of Sydney; Jessie Mabel Petherick, daughter of Jumta Evan Petherick, last heard of at Snake Island, Western Australia; Thomas Bakewell Phillips, last heard of at Forsyth, Queensland; Leonard Pocock, formerly of Winchester; Alfred Edward Potts, formerly of Knatehbull road, Camberwell; George R. Trice, last heard of at Gladstone, Queensland; John Quinlivan, born IBS 6, County Clara, a son of Patrick and Ann Quinlivan (neo M‘Namara); William Bewcastle, formerly of Gatesheaa, who arrived in Australia, 1867, and was employed as steward in a passenger boat trading between Melbourne and Sydney; Lord..Reg-,

inald Russell, who married Mina Agal in Melbourne,' 1881; John Scabrook, at Sydney, 1877; Henry Ellis Gresham Simmons, late of New Plymouth. New Zealand ; Mrs Frances Silverlock, late of Sydney ; Johanna “Slattery, daughter of David and Bridget Slattery ; George Smith, born 1828, a son of William Smith, or his children ; George Benstead Steele, son of, Jane Stcelo; John, Thomas, and William Stevens, formerly of Tasmania and New South Whiles; Ross Strehler, born 1853, left Hillman Basle for New Zealand in 1880: James Sullivan, otherwise Dignam, son of Mary Dignam, Stansfield, Sutcliffe, formerly of Beverley, England; Henry Taylcrc, formerly ai Wick, Scotland, or his son Henry Taylor, at South: Melbourne 1880; Grace Thompson, who left Blackwall Dock for Queensland, 1890, or her relatives ; Prances -Amelia Toniholt, otherwise Deane neo Henderson, formerly of Melbourne and Sydney, and once- connected with the vaudeville bueiness, to claim a considerable sum of money ; George John Torrens, son of Elizabeth; George Xuckwell, a native of Wellington, New Zealand ; David Wallace, a native of East of Fife, Scotland, who emigrated to Now Zealand about 1867, and was afterwards heard of at Dunedin; Hamilton Wallis, born 1830, bust heal’d of in South Brisbane, 1870; children of Richard Cutter White, who died in Melbourne about 1882; Charles Stevenson Wrack, formerly of New Zealand and late of Sydney.

Should any of your readers feel themselves interested “I will be pleased to give them any further information 1 possess on application.—l am, etc.,

Tiros. W. Li-otd. Lloyds’ Next-of-kin and Unclaimed Money Offices, 80 Swanston street, Melbourne, 24th December, 1914.

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UNCLAIMED MONEY., Issue 15693, 6 January 1915

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UNCLAIMED MONEY. Issue 15693, 6 January 1915

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