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[From ‘Lloyd’s Weekly News.’] Ansu.-ers to inquiries addressed to. the editor of this •paper will (if three penny stamps be enclosed) be forwarded to ■ their destination. Connolly (damns'), a cabinetmaker, was living in Turn street, Perth, Western Australia, 1904. Niece Margaret asks. Harvey (William Frederick), a ship's steward, left London for Sydney, 1909. Father asks. Watson (William Dudley) left England 1909; last heard of at Wellington, Now Zealand, 1912. Mother and sister Florence ask. Neilson, or Soudat (Ignatius Joseph) has not been heard - of since he left Antwerp for Melbourne, 1910. Mother asks. Richards (Augustine Henry) went to New r Zealand two years ago. Son Ronald asks. Hewer (Jack) left Shoreditch, 1911; was last heard of moving from Sydney to Coburn, N.S.W., 1912. Mother asks. Lawson (Alice) was last heard of Fleetwood, Sydney, 1909. Cousin Emma asks. Manlev (James), R.M.L.1., was last heard of Sydney, 1911, serving on board H.M.S. Encounter. Parents ask. Morgan (Henry W.), a sketch artist, is believed to have left New Zealand for Tasmania about two years ago. Mother asks. Porral (James), a baker, was last heard of leaving New Zealand, for Australia six years ago. Sister Hannah asks. Holmes (David), a plumber, was living at Broken Hill, New South Wales, 25 jieara aao., (sister ask*..

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MISSING FRIENDS, Issue 15702, 16 January 1915

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MISSING FRIENDS Issue 15702, 16 January 1915

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