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|One-Legged Brigade. SUPPLYING ARTIFICIAL LEGS. WORK IN ALL CAPITALS. (Article), Border Watch (Mount Gambier, SA : 1861 - 1954), Friday 7 December 1917 page Article||2015-03-19 10:27||Mr. C. A. Aunger, who recently ar
morning are they to he aware of the
reach these ideals, and there is rea
i is much more remarkable. But it re
if less complete, Aunger limb is some
At present the artificial limb de
partment is under, the direction of the
Army Medical Corps, over which Gen
eventually be merged into the Repa
surgical, and as the number of re
|Mr. C. A. Aunger, who recently ar-
morning are they to be aware of the
reach these ideals, and there is rea-
is much more remarkable. But it re-
if less complete, Aunger limb is some-
At present the artificial limb de-
partment is under the direction of the
Army Medical Corps, over which Gen-
eventually be merged into the Repa-
surgical, and as the number of re-
|Hamilton Spectator PUBLISHED DAILY. TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 1915. DEATH AT BROADMEADOWS. (Article), Hamilton Spectator (Vic. : 1870 - 1918), Tuesday 20 April 1915 page Article||2015-02-05 17:55||TUESDAY, 'ArRIL 20, 1915.
DEATH AT 131(0AI).MEADOWS.
' Th-o dcatli of a promising young
I soUlicr, Clarence Wellner, agea 20
Years, sou ot Mr. C. Wellner, of
Hotspur, occurred nt tlie Droaclmea
dows camp on Friday from nntumo
nia.nml heart failure. The decc;1sBd
\ras a fine tyro of ycuns mn, and
Avas extremsly popular in the Hots
Dur, Ditby and Merino districts, and
was hill of military ardour to serve
his countrv and Empire. Sincere re
sr.rofc is felt nt his untimely death,
and many messages of sympathy have.
f>eon received hy liis aired parents,
who are vorv old residents of . Hots
pur. Mr. Wcliner, sen., is deeply
Tateful for the kindness shown to
his Inte soil l>%- the residents of
Merino and district, hoth baforc His
departure for Broadmeudows, and
I during his illness there.
|TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 1915.
DEATH AT BROADMEADOWS.
The death of a promising young
soldier, Clarence Wellner, aged 20
years, son of Mr. C. Wellner, of
Hotspur, occurred at the Broadmea-
dows camp on Friday from pneumo-
nia and heart failure. The deceased
was a fine type of young man, and
was extremey popular in the Hots-
pur, Digby and Merino districts, and
was full of military ardour to serve
his country and Empire. Sincere re-
gret is felt at his untimely death,
and many messages of sympathy have
been received by his aged parents,
who are very old residents of Hots-
pur. Mr. Wellner, sen., is deeply
grateful for the kindness shown to
his late son by the residents of
Merino and district, both before his
departure for Broadmeadows, and
during his illness there.
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