AUSTRALIANS ON SERVICE.
KILLED. BROMLEY .—Sgt. Roy P. Bromley, youngest son of
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bromley, 101 Munroe street, Coburg; previously reported missing, now offi-
cially reported killed in action, September 27, 1917.
ELLIOTT.—Surgeon-Captain George Stephenson,
M.C., Australian Army Medical Corps, killed in action on September 26, 1917, was awarded Military Cross for gallant devotion to wounded under heavy shellfire; was also mentioned in de- spatches for fine work done at Bullecourt. He
was the youngest son of late Thomas Elliott, of
Ballarat. Educated at Ballarat College and Mel-
bourne University, and took a leading part in sport with Ormond and University. His brother, Brigadier-General H. E. Elliott, D.C.M., D.S.O.,
C.M.G., is in command of 5th Infantry Brigade in France, and his cousin, Admiral Loftus-Tot- tenham, commands portion of the North Sea
fleet. Was 32 years of age and leaves a widow
and infant daughter.
DIED OF WOUNDS.
KENNEDY. Captain Malcom Stuart, 1st Division
Staff, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Kennedy, Eastern House, George street, East Melbourne, died of wounds on January 2. Was wounded at Lone Pine. Assisted to train the first tank crews that left England. Was Duntroon cadet, and in his
fourth year of active service.
COX, 2nd Lieutenant Charles, Royal Flying Corps,
invalided from Mesopotamia to India. Left
with the Australian Division, October 1914, since
continuously on service. Son of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cox, Taylor street, North Fitzroy.