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    Driver Stanley William CONWAY,
    Service number 5363
    son of late Joseph Stanley CONWAY, and Mary Ann (nee NAPIER); stepson of Leonard DOWLING and Mary DOWLING (2nd marriage for Mary Anne formerly CONWAY nee NAPIER),
    He was born at South Melbourne on 20th August 1891, and educated at the same place.
    1912-1915 3 ½ years as volunteer Perth, WA: Australian Army Medical Corps No 4 Field Ambulance
    NOTE: He would have volunteered at the A.A.M.C. Depot, Drill Hall, Francis Street, Perth about March 1912 to have had three and a half years volunteer service by 11/9/1915 when he filled in his attestation form for enlistment in the AIF.
    On 11/9/1915 when he completed attestation form states he was born South Melbourne Victoria. Gives his age as 24 years and 1 month, his occupation blacksmith’s striker and his residence as 191 Royal Street, East Perth and his next of kin as mother Mrs Mary Anne DOWLING of corner of Onslow and Smythe Roads, West Subiaco, Western Australia. Joined on 18/9/1915 enlisted at Perth, and was put through his preliminary training at Blackboy with the 8th Battery, A.F.A. He sailed for Egypt in 1915 in charge of horses, embarked from Melbourne 9/9/15 on HMAT A70 "Ballarat". Taken on strength of 8th Battery at HELIOPOLIS in Egypt on 19/11/1915, was mustered on 23/1/1916 as a Driver with 8th Battery at Tel el Kebir in North Egypt and embarked from Alexandria on 23/3/16 and landed Marseilles, France 29/3/16 for service with 8th Battery in France until wounded on 20/11/1916 at Delville Wood according to unit diary (but newpaper notice states Bullecourt), and as a result had his left leg amputated.


    NOTE: Bullecourt is 25 Km north of Delville Wood


    8th Battery Australian Field Artillery War diary entry for 20/11/1916 states during a barrage from his battery “the enemy put heavy barrage behind our [ the Australian’s] front line. 8th retaliated vigorously, also other batteries of this Brigade”.
    The War diary of Headquarters 3rd Australian Field Artillery Brigade notes on 20 November 1916 8th Brigade was at” Delville Wood” and “5363 Driver S.W. CONWAY” became a casualty on” 20/11/1916 [with a] shell splinter in leg.”

    He returned to W.A. per the hospital ship Kanowna, disembarked at Fremantle Friday 31 August 1917.
    Married on 23rd December 1919 to Agnes Quine.


    Next of kin listed as mother Mrs Mary Anne DOWLING (2nd marriage)
    seems her maiden name was Mary Anne NAPIER (born ca 1863 Australia), daughter of Alexander John NAPIER (and Mary Anne ENNEVER born 30 March 1831 King Street, Portman Square, Middlesex, died 19 August 1893 23 Yarra Place South Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.aged 62 years)
    someone else appears to be researching the family, (Barry Ennever e-mail from the ENNIS family in Essex)


    Stanley William CONWAY (born 1891) had a sister Lillian CONWAY (born 1890) and a half-sister Phyllis May DOWLING (born ca 1897)



    Mary Ann NAPIER
    Father: Alexander John Napier
    Mother: Mary Ann Ennever

    Married Name: Her married name was (1) Conway (2) Dowling.

    Family 1: HUSBAND 1 Joseph Stanley CONWAY married 1886 died 1892
    Victoria Marriage Registration
    Surname NAPIER
    Given Name(s) Mary Ann
    Event: Marriage Victoria
    Spouse Surname CONWAY
    Spouse Given name Joseph Stanley
    Year 1886
    Reg. No 3199

    Surname CONWAY
    Given Name(s) Joseph Stanley
    Event DEATH Victoria
    Sps Snm / Father Unknown
    Sps Gvn / Mother Unknown
    Year 1892
    Reg. No 2803



    CHILD 1 Lillian Frances Conway b. 1890
    Surname CONWAY
    Given Name(s) Lillian Frances
    Event BIRTH Victoria
    Father CONWAY - Joseph Stanley
    Mother NAPIER - Mary Ann
    Year 1890
    Reg. No 14958


    CHILD 2 Stanley William Conway b. 1891
    Surname CONWAY
    Given Name(s) Stanley Wm
    Event BIRTH Victoria
    Father CONWAY - Jos Stanley
    Mother MAPIER - Mary Ann (sic) SURNAME is NAPIER (Index is in error)
    Year 1891
    Reg. No 25514






    Family 2: HUSBAND 2 Leonard George Dowling b. 26 May 1866
    Marriage*: Mary Ann Conway (nee NAPIER) married Leonard George Dowling, son of Leonard Samuel Dowling and Phillis Peet,
    on 26 August 1896 at South Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

    CHILD 3 Phyllis May Dowling b. 1897

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  1. SICK AND WOUNDED SOLDIERS ARRIVED AT FREMANTLE. A "DRY" PERIOD. Perth, Aug. 31.
    Western Argus (Kalgoorlie, WA : 1916 - 1938) Tuesday 4 September 1917 p 27 Article
    Abstract: The following sick and wounded soldiers arrived at Fremantle to-day:—Second Lieut. Thomas Hedley Porter. Cpl. Robert Cameron, Ptes. 209 words
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    SICK AND WOUNDED SOLDIERS
    ARRIVE AT FREMANTLE.
    A "DRY" PERIOD.
    Perth, 31 August 1917
    The following sick and wounded soldieirs arrived at Fremantle today:-
    Second Lieut. Thomas Hedley Porter,
    Cpl. Robert Cameron,
    Privates: Harold Percival Brown, Malcolm Campbell,
    Herbert George Clear, Howard Stanley Coombe,
    Alexander Dalziel, Edward Alexander Daly,
    John James Dow,
    Driver Stanley William CONWAY,
    L.-Sgt. Clarence Charles Drake,
    Ptes. Wm. Ralph Dunning, Wm. Jos. Ray Farrell,
    Sgt. Joe. Ambrose Fogarty,
    L.-Sgt. Alexander Forbes,
    Ptes. Reginald Foster, David Grant,
    Sgt. Leslie John Haining,
    Cpl. Stanley Nelson Hornsby,
    Gnr. Allan Hopkins,
    L.-Cpl. Andrew Hoey, L.-Cpl. Ernest John Ingram, Archibald Lachlan McQueen, John McNab,
    Herbert Parker, Dudley Bernard Power, Thomas Rowland,
    L.-Cpl. Cyril Stephenson, Jos. Duncan Thomson,
    Wm. Vidler, William Cromwell, and Outrid Waterman.

    During the vessel's stay in port, a large number of those on board, en route to the eastern States, who were well enough, paid a visit to the city. All the hotels and wine shops from Midland Junction to Fremantle were closed from noon today until midnight. This custom has been in vogue for some time
    now, but on this occasion the prohibition was extended to clubs, with the consequence that it was a very dry Friday indeed in the metropolitan area.

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  2. WESTERN AUSTRALIA. KILLED IN ACTION.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Friday 12 January 1917 p 4 Article
    Abstract: Pte J. Morton, Pte T. Gibbs, L.·cpl. E. Todman, Pte. C. C. Foster, Pte. J. Shields, Gnr. F. Garth, Gnr. E. H. Hawtin, T.·sgt. J. J. Matthews. DIED QF ... 262 words
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    Friday 12 January 1917
    Sysdney Morning Herald
    262nd CASUALTY LIST
    WESTERN AUSTRALIA
    WOUNDED
    Driver S. W. CONWAY,

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  3. SICK AND WOUNDED SOLDIERS ARRIVE AT FREMANTLE. A "DRY" PERIOD. Perth. Aug 31.
    Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1954) Saturday 1 September 1917 p 6 Article
    Abstract: The following sick and wounded soldiers arrived at Fremantle to-day:—Second Lieut. Thomas Hedley Porter, Cpl. Robert Cameron, Ptes. 236 words
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    SICK AMD WOUNDED SOLDIERS ARRIVE AT FREMANTLE.
    A 'DRY' PERIOD.
    Perth. Aug. 31 1917
    The following sick and wounded soldiers arrived at Fremantle today : — Second Lieut. Thomas Hedley Porter, Cpl. Robert Cameron,
    Ptes. Harold Percival Brown, Malcolm Campbell, Herbert George Clear,
    Howard Stanley Coombe, Alexander Dalziel, Edward Alexander Daly ,
    John James Dow,
    Dvr. Stanley William CONWAY,
    L.-Sgt. Clarence Charles Drake,
    Ptes. Wm. Ralph Dunning, Wm. Jos. Ray Farrell,
    Sgt. Jos. Ambrose Fogarty, L.-Sgt.Alexander Forbes,
    Ptes. Reginald Foster, David Grant,
    Sgt. Leslie John Haining, Cpl. Stanley Nelson Hornsby,
    Gnr. Allan Hopkins,
    L.-Cpl. Andrew Hoey, L.-Cpl. Ernest John Ingram,
    Archibald Lachlan McQueen, John McNab, Herbert Parker,
    Dudley Bernard Power, Thomas Rowland,
    L.-Cpl. Cyril Stephenson, Jos. Duncan Thomson,
    Wm. Vidler, William Cromwell, and Outrid Waterman.
    During the vessel's stay in port, a large number of those on board, en route to the eastern States, who were well enough, paid a visit to the city. All the hotels and wine shops from Midland Junction to Fremantle were closed from noon today until midnight. This custom has been in vogue for some time now. but on this occasion the prohibition was extended to clubs, with
    the consequence that it was a very dry Friday indeed in the metropolitan area.

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  4. 250th LIST. 5th MILITARY DISTRICT. KILLED IN ACTION.
    Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954) Friday 22 December 1916 p 15 Article
    Abstract: W. E.Robson (England). MISSING. Sergeant H. A. C. Mead (Perth), and wounded,previously reported wounded. 492 words
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    250th. LIST.
    5th MILITARY DISTRICT.
    WOUNDED.
    Driver S. W. CONWAY (West Subiaco) ;

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  5. WESTERN AUSTRALIA. INVALIDS RETURNING.
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Thursday 30 August 1917 p 5 Article
    Abstract: The following soldiers are due to disembark to-day. The list is as cabled, and is open to, correction on account of mutilations in cabling and other ... 149 words
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    WESTERN AUSTRALIA.
    INVALIDS RETURNING.
    The following soldiers due to disembark to-day. The list is as cabled, and is open to correction on account of mutilations in cabling and other causes:—
    2nd Lieut. Porter, Thos. Hedley; Pte. Brown, Harold Percival;
    Cpl. Cameron, Robert;
    Pte. Campbell, Malcolm; Pte. Clear, Herbert George;
    Dvr. CONWAY, Stanley William;
    Pte. Coombe, Howard Stanley; Pte. Dalziel, Alexander; Pte. Daly, Edward Alexander;
    Pte. Dow, John James; L/Sgt. Drake, Clarence Charles; Pte. Dunning, William Ralph;
    Pte Farrell, William Jos. Ray; Sgt. Fogarty, Jos. Ambrose;
    L/Sgt. Forbes, Alexander; Pte. Foster, Reginald; Pte. Grant, David;
    Sgt. Haining, Leslie John; Cpl. Hornsby, Stanley Nelson;
    Gnr. Hopkins, Allan; L/Cpl. Hoey, Andrew; L/Cpl. Ingram, Ernest Jno.;
    Pte.MacQueen, Archbald Lachlan; Pte. McNab, John;
    Pte. Parker, Herbert; Pte. Power, Dudley Bernard; Pte. Rowland, Thomas;
    L/Cpl. Stephenson, Cyril; Pte. Thomson,Jos. Duncan; Pte. Vidler, William;
    Pte. Waterman, William Cromwell Outrid.

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  6. AUSTRALIANS IN ACTION Perth, Dec. 14.
    Western Argus (Kalgoorlie, WA : 1916 - 1938) Tuesday 19 December 1916 p 7 Article
    Abstract: The following is the 250th list of casualties among West Australians with the A.I.F.:— WEST AUSTRALIA. 601 words
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    AUSTRALIANS IN ACTION
    Perth, Dec. 14.
    The following is the 250th list of casualties
    among West Australians with the A.I.F.:
    WEST AUSTRALIA.
    Wounded.
    Driver S. W. CONWAY, W.Subiaco;

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  7. WESTERN AUSTRALIA. THE ROLL OF HONOUR. 262nd CASUALTY LIST.
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Friday 12 January 1917 p 7 Article
    Abstract: The 262nd casualty list was released by the Censor yesterday, and is published below. It contains the names of Western Australian soldiers, together ... 662 words
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    WESTERN AUSTRALIA.
    THE ROLL OF HONOUR.
    262nd CASUALTY LIST.
    The 262nd casualty list was released by the Censor yesterday, and is published below. It contains the names of Western Australian soldiers, together with those who enlisted elsewhere, but whose relatives reside in this State. Where not otherwise specified the names are those of privates:
    5th MILITARY DISTRICT.
    WOUNDED
    Driver S. W. CONWAY (West Subiaco), severely, previously reported wounded;

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  8. WESTERN AUSTRALIA. THE ROLL OF HONOUR. 250th CASUALTY LIST.
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Friday 15 December 1916 p 7 Article
    Abstract: The 250th casualty list was released by the Censor yesterday, and is published below. It contains the names of Western Australian soldiers, together ... 560 words
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    WESTERN AUSTRALIA.
    THE ROLL OF HONOUR.
    250th CASUALTY LIST,
    The 250th casualty list was released by the Censor yesterday and is published below. It contains. the names of Western Australian soldiers, together with those who enlisted elsewhere, but whose relatives reside in this State. Where not otherwise stated, the names are those of privates;
    250th LIST.
    5th MILITARY DISTRICT.
    WOUNDED.
    Driver S. W. CONWAY (West Subiaco)

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  9. WESTERN AUSTRALIA. WAR CASUALTIES.
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Thursday 4 January 1917 p 7 Article
    Abstract: Mrs. Garth, of 6 Clarence-street, Mount Lawley, has received information of the death of her son, Gumer Frank Garth, of the 24th Howitzer Brigade, in ... 487 words
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    WESTERN AUSTRALIA
    WAR CASUALTIES
    Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Dowling, 149 Onslow road, West Subiaco, have received word from the Defence Department that their son,
    Driver S. W. CONWAY,
    who was reported wounded a few weeks ago, has had the misfortune to lose his right leg as the result of a gunshot wound.

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  10. WITH THE ARTILLERY IN FRANCE. LECTURE AT THE TOWN HALL.
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Tuesday 5 March 1918 p 5 Article
    Abstract: A lecture entitled "With the Artillery in France," was given in the Perth Town Hall last night, before a large audience, by Mr. Cyril Bryan, late cap ... 681 words
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    WITH THE ARTLLLERY IN FRANCE.Fix this text
    LECTURE AT THE TOWN HALL .
    A lecture entitled "With the Artillery in France;" was given in the Perth Town Hall last night, before a large audience, by Mr. Cyril Bryan, late captain with the Australian Artillery, A.I.F., who will shortly leave for Melbourne to continue, the study of medicine, he having been rendered
    physically unfit for further military duty.

    The Mayor (Mr. W. F. Lathlain), who presided, spoke appreciatively of Mr. Bryan's services as a citizen both in civilian and military life, he having been. at one time a member of the City Council.
    Mr. Bryan kept the audience interested from start to finish, truly remarking that the subject of guns exercised a strange fascination to the "man in the street".
    Before warming up to his theme he traced in humorous style — a pervading trait that has much to do with his success as a lecturer — the change that has characterised the attitude of the artilleryman to the
    infantryman as one result of the war. The pre-war tradition was for the artilleryman to affect a superiority over the "clod-hopper" or "beetle-crusher," but the latter was now esteemed at his proper value, the
    artilleryman recognising in the infantryman the means by which alone the objects of the former can be attained. He explained in popular language the three weapons of the artillery — guns, howitzers, and trench mortars — and the difference now practically non-existent between horse and field artillery. Speaking of trench mortars he said it was the ambition of his
    life to see a painting that would depict the look on an infantry sergeant's face as the trench mortar officer went along the trench locating a site for the mortar. There was always a splendid position a hundred yards or so further along, or in any other direction, but never just at that spot, the reason, of course, being that the fire of the mortar attracted the enemy's artillery and made things in the vicinity extremely uncomfortable for an hour or two after the mortar, perhaps, had fired a few rounds, and had then been picked up and placed elsewhere. The point which the lecturer emphasised was the mobilityand great comparative destructiveness of this weapon, but his illustration also showed that, in the light of amenities at the front, the trench mortar officer is the best hated man in France. He traced the evolution of trench mortars, bombs and grenades from the jam-tin bomb. The second half of the lecture dealt largely with humour in the billets. He instanced a parallel to the Bairnsfather joke referring to raspberry jam by stating that once his battery had to cease fire during an engagement in order that be could acquaint headquarters with the sizes of boots worn by the members of the guncrews. The ingenuity of the Germans was well illustrated by the fact that "buzzers" and the Morse code were done away with, and all telephone messages had to be spoken in ordinary words, because the enemy were able to detect messages sent in the former way,
    although the poles were 600 yards distant from the Germans. A shrine at St. Godeline, just in front of the billet occupied by Col. Manning, D.S.O., of Guildford attracted the attention of Western Australians especially, as it was shown that this State did not hard a monopoly of sore ailments. The legend on the shrine read "Pray for us, and preserve us from sore eyes and sore throat." When Fritz exhibited the famous notice to the Australians "Advance Australians, if you can," General Birdwood's orders stated, by a
    coincidence the significance of which was not lost, that officers and men had been going on No Man's Land without permission, and were forbidden to do so in future without a pass. The audience expressed by acclamation their appreciation of the lecture.

    During an interval songs were rendered by Mrs. Carmody,
    Miss D. Horrigan, and Messrs. W. Ginivan, Peter Roxby, and
    Driver S. W. Conway, who lost a leg at the front.
    Mrs. J. Fox acted as accompaniste.

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  11. AUSTRALIANS IN ACTION THE ROLL OF HONOUR WEST AUSTRALIAN CASUALTIES.
    Western Argus (Kalgoorlie, WA : 1916 - 1938) Tuesday 16 January 1917 p 20 Article
    Abstract: Subjoined is the 262nd list of casualties among the West Australian troops with the A.I.F.:— WEST AUSTRALIA. 1240 words
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    AUSTRALIANS IN ACTION
    THE ROLL OF HONOUR
    WEST AUSTRALIAN CASUALTIES.
    Subjoined is the 262nd list of casualties among the West Australian troops with the A.I.F.:-
    WEST AUSTRALIA.
    KILLED IN ACTION.
    Pte. P. Garth, Highgate Hill; Gnr. F. H. Hawtin, Mt. Lawley; T.-Sgt. J..J Matthews, New Zealand; L.-Cpl. B. J. Blythe, Nannup, previously reported killed, no further particuilars; Ptes. C. C. Dobbin, Subiaco, no further particulars; C. C. Foster, Perth; J. Shields, Fitzroy (V.); L.-Cpl. —.Todman, England.
    DIED OF WOUNDS.
    Dvr. F. Carson, Collingwood (V.).
    DIED OF ILLNESS.
    Ptes. W. H. C. Pemble, Katanning; J Hannigan, ,Ireland, at W.A., previously reported ill; H. Darcey, Wandering ; J. W. Matthews, Norseman; T. Terry, Biarra (QId.); C. Williamson, Belmont; W. Hammond, Fremantle, previously reported dangerously ill; W. J. Bishop, Greenough.
    MISSING.
    Ptes. J. .Brown, Narrogin; A. E. Chapman, England; J. A. Cowden, Subiaco; M. S. Cornelius, Kataning ; Cpl. W. Chappell, England, previously reported wounded; Ptes. L. A. Grant, Maylands; F. E. Dawikins, England ; J.E. Withnell, Cottestloe; O. Campbell, N. Fremantle; O. D. Giblett, Northam; S. R. Lucas, Williams, previously reported severely wounded; E. E. Carr, New Zealand, previously reported wounded; T. Longmore, W. Perth; C. H. Jeffrey, Fremantle; G. C. Martin, Queen's Park; W. G. Morris, Bingara (N.S.W.); M. McDonald, Scotland, previously reported wounded, shell shock; Sgt. S. A. Webb, Pelaw Main: (N.S.W.), previously reported wounded ; Ptes. J. Sharp, Perth; E. Spencer, Maylands ; J. D. .Rust, Perth; Sgt. W. L. Wilson, Scotand; Capt. H. D. Williamn, Carlton (V.), now reported missing, believed killed, previously missing, believed wounded.
    WOUNDED.
    Maj. L. C. Timperley, Northam, severely; Ptes. T. H. Myles, Yornup; A. B. Hyde, Dalwallinu; R. W. Berry, Queen's Park; J. Rolly, N. Fremantle ; A. R. .Stratton, Fremantle; Sgt. N. , J. Durrack, Leederville;
    Dvr. S. W. CONWAY,W. Subiaco, severely, previously reported wounded;
    B.M.Dr. G. H. Synnot, Albany, and returned to duty; Gnr. W. E. Denney, Palmyra; Spr. K. J. Honey, England, severely,previously reported wounded.; Spr. J. Steele, E. Perth; Spr. J. H. Thomas, Boulder; Lt. J.L. Barry, Coltesloe Beach; Lt. W. H. F. Hale, Beaconsfield, second occasion, previously reportd returned to duty; Pte. G. Coppin, S.Guildford; Ptes. F. Leonard, W. Perth; J. L. Stewart Ballarat (V.); Lt. H. J. Cook, Perth, severely, previously reported wounded, second occasion ; Cpl. W. Mahon, Woolgar, second occasion, previously reported returned to duty; Ptes. W. Woodland, Jarrahdale, and prisoner of war; W. W. J. Nock, Cottesloe Beach.; E. J. Hogan, Jarrahdale; J. Clarke, Geraldton, second occasion ; T. Monaghan, Boulder, second occasion ; A. J. Ikes. N.; Lt. J. E . Mitchell, W.Subiaco; Dvr. T.Oakley, Pingelly; Ptes. R. G. Edmondson, Auburn (V.); T. A. Callaghan, Fremantle, severely.
    ILL.
    Gnr. A. Thomas, Greenbushes, seriously; Dvr. H. M. Waldon, Fremantle; Gnr J. H. Cartnew, Ovensdale (V.), seriously, previously reported wounded; Dvr. A. P. Shaw, Boulder, seriously, previously reported wounded; Ptes. R. Richards, Perth, previously reported severely wounded; M. L. Naphthali, Urunga (N.S.W) ; G.R.M. Thompson,
    INJURED.
    H. H. Kendrick, Maylands, Fremantle, and seriously ill; Dvr. Fremantle; J.H. Baxter, Northam, seriously; E. F. McDavitt, W. Perth; M. Tobin, Maylands, seriously; — McGregory, Minnievale, dangerously, previously reported ill; Lt. F. Sears, Armadale; Pte. M. F. Kelly, Pindalup, second occasion, previously reported wounded; Lt . A. C. Sinclair, Leederville; Sgt. W. E. Keogh, St. Kilda (V.); 2nd . Lt. M. J. Ryan, Maylands; L.-Cpl. W. R. Baker, Newcarnie, previusly reported missing.
    RETURNED TO DUTY.
    Pte. G. H. McDonald, Geraldton; Dvr. M. Ward, Kalgoorlie, ill ; Pte. A. A. Ritchie, Perth, wounded, and seriously ill, previonsly reported wounded.
    CORRECTION, CASUALTY LIST NO. 236.
    For "Sgt. P. Tuckett, Victoria Park, killed in action," read "2nd Lieut. P. Tuckett, Victoria Park, killed in action."
    -Perth, Jan. 12.
    The 263rd list of casualties among West Australians with the A.I.F. is published hereunder:—
    WEST AUSTRALIA.
    DEATHS.
    Ptes. . Pountney, W. Guildford, killed in action; C. D. F. Jones, Chidlow's Well, killed ,in action; L.-Cpl. V. S. Taylor, Perth, killed in :action; Pte. S. E. Moyse, Mitcham (S.A.), killed in action, previously reported missing; Spr. W. R. Vernan, Moonta Mines (S:A.), died of wounds; Pte. J.L. Budd, Taradale (V:), died of illness; Pte. F. Maull, England, died of illness..
    MISSING.
    L.-Cpl. R. Mackay, Scotland, and wounded, previously reported wounded; L.-Cpl. W. W. Taylor, England.
    PRISONERS OF WAR.,
    Ptes. R. W. Rees, Sebastopol (V.), and wounded, previously reported prisoner of war; D. McGuire, Ireland, and wounded, previously reported prisoner of war; C. G. Beresford, S. Fremantle, and wounded, previously reported prisoner of war; Sgt. L. Ramshaw, Geraldton, and wounded, previously reported prisoner of war; Pte. J. Robertson, Kanowna, and wounded, previously reported prisoner of war.
    WOUNDED .
    Pte. A. W. Patience, Geraldton; Cpl. E. C. Goulding, England; Sgt. H. C. Belcher, Waterloo, and seriously ill, previously reported wounded, second occasion; Spr .C. G. Plumridge, Perth; Spr. R. L. Wilson, Ora Banda; Spr. A. Carlton, Midland; Ptes. W. Stevens, Albany, second occasion; C . W. Butterly, Toodyay, second occasion; H. O. Johnson, England; H. E. Wood, Holyoake, and returned to duty ; Cpl; J. Dalton, Boulder, and returned to duty; Ptes. F. Walker, England; R. M. Woods, Pinjarrah, severely, previously reported wounded.
    INJURED.
    Gnr. A. G. Brisbane, Maylands, severely; Pte. G. Hunter, South Yarara (V.).
    ILL.
    Pte. F. H. Poulter, Daylesford (V.); Bmdr. E. A. Overington, Maylands ; Pte. B. Roberts, Perth; Dvr. D. Hamilton, Kalgoorlie; Gnr. R. Pinkerton, Guildford ; Lt. S. E. Evans, Guildford; Spr. C. E. Jones, Meekatharra, severely; Ptes. C. E. Charge, England; A. Senior, England, second occasion; W. E. Bradford, Fremantle; Cpl. C. T. Robinson, Maylands; Ptes. G. S. H. Foster, Mt Morgans; H. M. Criddle, Naraling; G. Reid, Scotland, previously reported wounded; F. W. Hainsworth, E. Perth, previously reported wounded, second occasion; W. S. Price, Fowler's Bay (S.A.), severely; E .C. Hallengren, Collie, severely; A. D. Y. Andrews, S. Fremantle, previously reported wounded; Cpl. W. J. Langdon, Auburn (V.); Ptes. H. J. Lennon, Bellevue; T. H. Rice, Jarrahdale; W. P. Anderson, Victoria Park, severely; Sgt. A. H. Carlisle, Glenelg (S.A.); Pte. F. A. Darcey, Launueston (Tas.) ; Cpl. J. E. Morgan, Cottesloe Beach; L.-Cpl. T. C. Webster, Claremont, previously reported wounded; Ptes. A. T. Stapledon, Woodville (SA.); J. L. Lawton, Kalgoorlie, dangerously; G. T. Wall, Perth, second occasion, previously reported returned to duty; A. R. B. Casey, W. Perth, previously reported wounded; J. Crowe, Kalgoorlie, seriously ; Sgt. C. Sheriff, Oakleigh (V.); Ptes. G. E. Turnstill, Wooroloo; J. B. Glbson, Fremantle, seriously: Sgt. J. Gordon, Straits Settlement.
    RETURNED TO DUTY.
    Ptes. G. W. Murray, Lewisham (N.S.W.), previously reported wounded; V. J. Carrington, Boulder, previously reported wounded.
    NEW SOUTH WALES,
    Cpl. W. H. Osborn, Bayswater, severelv injured, previously reported wounded.

    The Russian newspapers state that 20,000 Chinese agricultural labourers in consequence of the shortage caused by the mobilisation of all able-bodied Russians.

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  12. Web page: AIF Project overview of service
    http://www.aif.adfa.edu.au/showUnit?unitCode=ART.FAB3R10 Unit Details
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    AIF project has him listed as part of
    Field Artillery Brigade 3, Reinforcement 10
    AWM Roll number: 13/31/3
    Embarkations:From Melbourne, Victoria
    on board HMAT A20 HORORATA on 27 September 1915

    5363 CONWAY, Stanley William 191 Royal Street, East Perth, Western Australia

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  13. Web page: Stanley William CONWAY Embarkation - Nominal Roll
    http://www.awm.gov.au/collection/records/awm8/13/31/awm8-13-31-3-0498.pdf
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    Embarkation on A20 HORORATA as part of 10th Reinforcements of Field Artillery Brigade 3, recorded on Australian War Memorial Nominal Roll

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  14. Web page: Stanley William CONWAY World War One service record
    http://recordsearch.naa.gov.au/scripts/Imagine.asp?B=3281416
    Web page
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    Attestation, Movements, Casualty records

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  15. Web page: 3rd Field Artillery Brigade HEADQUARTERS Diaries
    http://www.awm.gov.au/collection/records/awm4/subclass.asp?levelID=1496
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    diaries from Headquarters 3rd Field Artillery Brigade, "flesh out" the spare details on his service file.The various levels of official unit diaries, include maps and notes of the various actions he would have been a part of. You can download as .pdf the relevant diaries for the specific months he saw service.

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  16. Web page: Brigade and Battalion - definition
    http://www.awm.gov.au/collection/records/awmohww1/aif/vol5/awmohww1-aif-vol5-app1.pdf
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    An explanation of the numbering of the Brigades and the Batteries is given here

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  17. Web page: 3rd Field Artillery sweetheart brooch - unit colour patch
    http://www.awm.gov.au/collection/REL38812/
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    A 3rd Field Artillery Sweetheart Brooch with unit colour patch

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  18. Web page: 8th Battery of 3rd Field Artillery Brigade - DIARIES
    http://www.awm.gov.au/collection/records/awm4/subclass.asp?levelID=1608
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    Diaries for the actual Battery to which he was appointed- the 8th Battery of 3rd Field Artillery Brigade . He was taken on stength of 8th Battery at HELIOPOLIS on 19/11/1915, so consult the diaries from October onwards, embarked from Alexandria on 23/3/16 and landed Marseilles 29/3/16 for service with 8th Battery in France until wounded on 20/11/1916.

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  19. Web page: 8th Battery PHOTOS
    http://www.awm.gov.au/collection/E03849/ ID number E03849
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    3 photos of 8th Battery, unfortunately not the right time period for one of the unidentified men to be Stanley William CONWAY, but this one gives some idea of the artillery used by the 8th Battery and some indication of conditions of service for him as a Driver:
    http://www.awm.gov.au/collection/E03849/
    ID number E03849
    Makers Unknown (Photographer);
    Unknown Australian Official Photographer (Photographer);
    Object type Black & white - Glass original half plate negative
    Place made France: Picardie, Somme, Marquaix
    Date made 8 September 1918
    Collection Photograph
    Description
    A group of unidentified Australian soldiers in the wagon lines of the 8th Battery of Australian Field Artillery. One of the men is holding a Daily Mail magazine with a sailor on the cover.

    The other photos are:
    http://www.awm.gov.au/search/collections/?q=8th+Battery&conflict=first+world+war%2C+1914-1918&submit=Search

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  20. Web page: 8th Battery at Tel el Kebir
    http://www.awm.gov.au/collection/J02997/ ID number J02997
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    His service file notes he was mustered on 23/1/1916 as a Driver with 8th Battery at Tel el Kebir, here is a photo of interest given his pre-war occupation as a blacksmith's striker, it was taken in 1916 but month not stated:

    Object type Black & white
    Physical description Black & white
    Collection Photograph
    Description
    THE SHOEING FORGE BELONGING TO THE 8TH BATTERY, A.I.F., AT TEL-EL-KEBIR, IN 1916. (DONATED BY PTE. M.E. MCCARTHY.)
    North Africa: Egypt, North Egypt, Tel el Kebir;

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  21. Web page: HELIOPOLIS CAMP
    http://www.awm.gov.au/collection/C01522/
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    page 16 of his service file says he embarked from Melbourne 9/9/15 on HMAT A70 "Ballarat"
    and page 18 says he was taken on strength of 8th Battery HELIOPOLIS on 19/11/15, from 11th Reinforcements.
    (In contrast to page 4 of service file which notes he was appointed to 10th Reinforcements of 8th Battery Field Artillery). Presumably there was some logistical re-organisation behind the change.

    Here are some photos to give you an idea of conditions at HELIOPOLIS CAMP:
    The type of tent he would have been quartered in at HELIOPOLIS CAMP:
    http://www.awm.gov.au/collection/C01522/

    how the horses were held at HELIOPOLIS:
    http://www.awm.gov.au/collection/C01521/

    MORE GENERAL SHOTS OF HELIOPOLIS CAMP:
    http://www.awm.gov.au/collection/H15983/
    http://www.awm.gov.au/collection/C02607/
    http://www.awm.gov.au/collection/C02609/
    http://www.awm.gov.au/collection/C02600/
    http://www.awm.gov.au/collection/C02459/
    http://www.awm.gov.au/collection/C02603/
    similar scenes would have been faced Stanley William CONWAY.

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  22. Web page: AMMUNITION SUPPLY LINES FRANCE 1916 - PHOTO
    http://www.awm.gov.au/collection/C00840/ ID number C00840
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    A photo from France in 1916, again not of Stanley William CONWAY's Brigade, but gives some idea of the conditions he would have experienced bringing 8th Battery guns, ammunition, supplies up to the front line as a Driver with horse-drawn gun carriages and wagons
    http://www.awm.gov.au/collection/C00840/
    ID number C00840
    Photographer Barnes, Ernest Charles
    Object type Black & white - Glass original half plate negative
    Place made France: Picardie, Somme, Pozieres Area
    Date made July 1916
    Collection Photograph
    Description
    Royal Field Artillery moving towards the front line to relieve the Australian artillery after the capture of Pozieres from the Germans. (From the collection of 704 Driver Ernest Charles Barnes who served with the 1st Field Artillery Brigade, 21st Howitzer Brigade and 2nd Field Artillery Brigade.)

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  23. Web page: Brief history of 8th Battery
    http://www.artillerywa.org.au/3fdregt/history.html
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    Upon the outbreak of the First World War volunteers, consisting mainly of those from within the existing artillery militia units, were grouped together to form Western Australia’s contribution to the 1st Australian Divisional Artillery.

    Designated 8th Battery 3rd Field Artillery Brigade the unit was hastily equipped with quick firing 18 pounders and readied for overseas embarkation. The Battery, under the command of Major Bessell-Brown, was amongst the first to see action at Gallipoli. Four of its guns landed on the second day of the landings only to have them returned to the ships later in the day due to the unsuitability of the terrain and the lack of available gun positions. On the night of 1 May 1915, 160 men hauled two of the Battery’s guns into position from which they could provide some support for the infantry. After two days and twenty-two casualties the Divisional Commander, General Bridges, ordered the guns forward into the infantry firing line. From there they successfully fired directly into Turkish trenches at a range of 400m before being withdrawn. On 6 May 1915 this exercise was again attempted only to come under fierce retaliatory fire. This resulted in Major Bessell-Brown and Sergeants Braidwood and Wallis being recommended for decorations by Colonel Hobbs. With news of the forthcoming withdrawal, the Battery’s guns were gradually withdrawn until on 19 December 1915 only one remained. This last remaining gun, under the direction of Major Waite, fired the final round of the campaign before being destroyed by the crew and abandoned. With the Gallipoli campaign behind them the Battery was reorganised and sent to France. Along with the 14th Field Battery, another West Australian Battery, it went on to take part in significant actions on the Western Front where the terrain and nature of the warfare was more suited to artillery.

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  24. Web page: unpublished history of the 8th Battery
    http://recordsearch.naa.gov.au/SearchNRetrieve/Interface/DetailsReports/ItemDetail.aspx?Barcode=934728
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    There is an unpublished history of the 8th Battery held at AWM, it is not digitised, but copies can be obtained via online request

    Item details for: AWM224, MSS48 PART 2
    Request copy
    Title 8th Battery, 3rd Field Artillery Brigade: History
    Contents date range 1914 - 1918
    Series number AWM224
    Click to see which government agency or person created this item.
    Control symbol MSS48 PART 2
    Item barcode 934728
    Location Australian War Memorial
    Access status Open
    Date of decision 07 Feb 1990
    Physical format PAPER FILES AND DOCUMENTS (allocated at series level)
    Date registered 05 Feb 1993

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  25. Web page: Photo of HMAT BALLARAT
    http://alh-research.tripod.com/Light_Horse/ballarat_gr001777_1qaa1.jpg
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    Photo of HMAT BALLARAT on which S W CONWAY left Australia

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  26. Web page: WW1 Embarkation Roll - explanation
    http://www.awm.gov.au/research/people/nominal_rolls/first_world_war_embarkation/introduction/
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    In terms of the variation between Stanley William CONWAY's listing for Embarkation between his service file and the AWM Embarkation Roll, the AWM states that the authoritive source should be regarded as the INDIVIDUAL'S SERVICE FILE, so I think you are safe to state that he embarked on the HMAT "Ballarat" A70 on 9/9/15 as part of the 11th Reinforcement for 8th Battery 3rd Field Artillery Brigade .

    See below:
    http://www.awm.gov.au/research/people/nominal_rolls/first_world_war_embarkation/introduction/
    First World War Embarkation Roll Introduction
    The First World War Embarkation Roll consists of nominal rolls of some 330,000 personnel of the Australian Imperial Force (AIF) and the Army component of the Australian Naval & Military Expeditionary Force (AN&MEF) as they embarked for overseas service during the First World War. The Embarkation Roll includes the Australian Flying Corps (AFC) and the Royal Australian Naval Bridging Train (RANBT). The rolls do not include those who enlisted but did not serve overseas, nor reinforcements that were formed overseas.

    Background

    The embarkation roll was created by indexing the Official Records series AWM8, Unit embarkation nominal rolls, 1914–18 War. You can search the embarkation roll using name, service number, name of the ship embarked upon and/or place of embarkation. Attached to the embarkation roll entries are digitised images of the original embarkation rolls. For further information about details contained within the rolls, consult the detailed description.

    Browse by unit

    To browse the digitised images of AWM8, Unit embarkation nominal rolls, 1914–18 War follow browse by unit from the search screen.

    The Embarkation Rolls are arranged primarily by original unit and any subsequent periodical reinforcements. Officers and Non-Commissioned Officers are usually ordered by rank and listed before other ranks which can be ordered either by service number or alphabetically by surname. In addition, there may also be a sub-unit breakdown into headquarters, companies or sections.

    Errors & Omissions
    The data included in these rolls is only as accurate as the source data recorded at the time the rolls were compiled. As a result, there are several errors of fact and omissions. Sometimes an alias may have been used, a surname incorrectly spelt or an age incorrectly recorded or given by the individual. Some names have been omitted entirely.

    The authoritative source of information on individual service men and women is the personal service record. Copies of First World War service records can be obtained from the National Archives of Australia.

    Coverage

    The Memorial’s Unit Embarkation Rolls are not complete. As far as is known, no complete set exists. Other incomplete sets are held by:

    National Archives of Australia, NSW Regional Office, Sydney
    John Oxley Library, Brisbane
    Mortlock Library, Adelaide
    Battye Library, Perth
    Further information

    Enquiries relating to information contained in the First World War Embarkation Roll, including corrections, should be directed to the Research Centre.

    For more information on researching servicemen and servicewomen who participated in the First World War, see the information sheet Researching Australian military service: First World War.

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  27. Web page: ARRIVAL BACK IN AUSTRALIA AFTER WOUNDED IN ACTION
    http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/81080342?searchTerm=%22Stanley%20William%20CONWAY%22&searchLimits=#reloadOnBack
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    The Daily News (Perth, WA) Friday 31 August 1917, Page 5
    http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/81080342?searchTerm=%22Stanley%20William%20CONWAY%22&searchLimits=#reloadOnBack
    HOME AGAIN
    HEROES FROM THE FRONT.
    A DETACHMENT OF INVALIDS.
    A number of wounded and invalid soldiers of the A.I.F. disembarked at Fremantle to-day, and were warmly welcomed by relatives and friends and the general public.

    The home-comers were the following:—
    2nd-LieutenanLt Thos. Hedley Porter,
    Harold Percival Brown,
    Corporal Robert Cameron,
    Malcolm Campbell,
    Herbert George Clear,

    Driver Stanley William CONWAY,

    Howard Stanley Coombe, Alexander Dalziel, Edward Alexander Daly, John James Dow, Lance-Sergeant Clarence Charles Drake, William Ralph Dunning, William Jos. Ray Farrell, Sergeant Jos. Ambrose Fogarty, Lance-Sergeant Alexander Forbes, Reginald
    Foster, David Grant, Sergeant Leslie John Haining, Corporal Stanley Nelson Hornsby, Gunner Allan Hopkins, Lance-Corporal Andrew Hoey, Lance Corporal Ernest Jno. Ingram, Archibald Lachlan MacQueen, John M'Nab, Herbert Parker, Dudley Bernard Power, Thomas Rowland, Lance-Corporal Cyril Stephenson, Jos. Duncan
    Thomson, William Vidler, William Cromwell Outrid Waterman.
    The names were published in our stop-press column last night.



    ________________________________________

    Western Argus (Kalgoorlie, WA) Tuesday 4 September 1917, Page 27
    http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/33807345?searchTerm=%22Stanley%20William%20CONWAY%22&searchLimits=#pstart4196044
    SICK AND WOUNDED SOLDIERS
    ARRIVE AT FREMANTLE.
    A "DRY" PERIOD.
    Perth, Aug. 31.
    The following sick and wounded soldieirs arrived at Fremantle today:-
    Second Lieut. Thomas Hedley Porter, Cpl. Robert Cameron, Ptes.
    Harold Percival Brown, Malcolm Campbell, Herbert George Clear,
    Howard Stanley Coombe, Alexander Dalziel, Edward Alexander Daly,
    John James Dow,

    Dvr. Stanley William CONWAY,

    L.-Sgt. Clarence Charles Drake, Ptes. Wm. Ralph Dunning, Wm. Jos. Ray Farrell, Sgt. Joe. Ambrose Fogarty, L.-Sgt. Alexander Forbes, Ptes. Reginald Foster, David Grant, Sgt. Leslie John Haining, Cpl. Stanley Nelson Hornsby, Gnr. Allan Hopkins, L.-Cpl. Andrew Hoey, L.-Cpl. Ernest John Ingram, Archibald Lachlan McQueen, John McNab, Herbert Parker, Dudley Bernard Power, Thomas Rowland, L.-Cpl. Cyril Stephenson, Jos. Duncan Thomson, Wm. Vidler, William Cromwell, and Outrid Waterman.

    During the vessel's stay in port, a large number of those on board, en route to the eastern States, who were well enough, paid a visit to
    the city. All the hotels and wine shops from Midland Junction to
    Fremantle were closed from noon today until midnight. This custom
    has been in vogue for some time now, but on this occasion the prohibition was extended to clubs, with the consequence that it was a very dry Friday indeed in the metropolitan area.

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  28. Web page: W S CONWAY Public Performance - singing
    http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/27471051?searchTerm=%22S%20W%20CONWAY%22&searchLimits=#reloadOnBack
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    Stanley Willian CONWAY had musical ability - he apparently sang.

    SEE LAST PARAGRAPH IN THIS ITEM:
    The West Australian (Perth, WA), Tuesday 5 March 1918, Page 5

    WITH THE ARTLLLERY IN FRANCE.
    LECTURE AT THE TOWN HALL .
    A lecture entitled "With the Artillery in France;" was given in the Perth Town Hall last night, (Monday 4 march 1918 0 before a large audience, by Mr. Cyril Bryan, late captain with the Australian Artillery, A.I.F., who will shortly leave for Melbourne to continue, the study of medicine, he having been rendered physically unfit for further military duty.

    The Mayor (Mr. W. F. Lathlain), who presided, spoke appreciatively of Mr. Bryan's services as a citizen both in civilian and military life, he having been. at one time a member of the City Council.
    Mr. Bryan kept the audience interested from start to finish, truly remarking that the subject of guns exercised a strange fascination to the "man in the street".

    Before warming up to his theme he traced in humorous style — a pervading trait that has much to do with his success as a lecturer — the change that has characterised the attitude of the artilleryman to the infantryman as one result of the war. The pre-war tradition was for the artilleryman to affect a superiority over the "clod-hopper" or "beetle-crusher," but the latter was now esteemed at his proper value, the artilleryman recognising in the infantryman the means by which alone the objects of the former can be attained. He explained in popular language the three weapons of the artillery — guns, howitzers, and trench mortars — and the difference now practically non-existent between horse and field artillery. Speaking of trench
    mortars he said it was the ambition of his life to see a painting that would depict the look on an infantry sergeant's face as the trench mortar officer went along the trench locating a site for the mortar. There was always a splendid position a hundred yards or so further along, or in any other direction, but never just at that spot, the
    reason, of course, being that the fire of the mortar attracted the enemy's artillery and made things in the vicinity extremely uncomfortable for an hour or two after the mortar, perhaps, had
    fired a few rounds, and had then been picked up and placed elsewhere. The point which the lecturer emphasised was the mobilityand great comparative destructiveness of this weapon, but his illustration also showed that, in the light of amenities at the front, the trench mortar officer is the best hated man in France. He traced the evolution of trench mortars, bombs and grenades from the jam-tin bomb.

    The second half of the lecture dealt largely with humour in the billets. He instanced a parallel to the Bairnsfather joke referring to raspberry jam by stating that once his battery had to cease fire during an engagement in order that be could acquaint headquarters with the sizes of boots worn by the members of the guncrews. The ingenuity
    of the Germans was well illustrated by the fact that "buzzers" and the Morse code were done away with, and all telephone messages had to be spoken in ordinary words, because the enemy were able to
    detect messages sent in the former way, although the poles were 600 yards distant from the Germans. A shrine at St. Godeline, just in front of the billet occupied by Col. Manning, D.S.O., of Guildford attracted the attention of Western Australians especially, as it was shown
    that this State did not hard a monopoly of sore ailments. The legend on the shrine read "Pray for us, and preserve us from sore eyes and sore throat." When Fritz exhibited the famous notice to the Australians "Advance Australians, if you can," General Birdwood's orders stated, by a coincidence the significance of which was not lost, that officers and men bed been going on No Man's Land without permission, and were forbidden to do so in future without a pass. The audience expressed by acclamation their appreciation of the lecture.

    During an interval songs were rendered by Mrs. Carmody,
    Miss D. Horrigan, and Messrs. W. Ginivan, Peter Roxby, and

    Driver S. W. CONWAY. who lost a leg at the front.
    Mrs. J. Fox acted as accompaniste.

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  29. Web page: S W CONWAY - Public perforance - singing - baritone
    http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/22631982?searchTerm=%22S%20W%20CONWAY%22%20Baritone&searchLimits=#reloadOnBack
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    S.W. CONWAY:
    The West Australian (Perth, WA) Saturday 23 June 1923, Page 2

    AMUSEMENTS
    Princess Fremantle
    Saturday 23 June 1923

    Afternoon and Evening
    Ivy ALLEN soprano
    and
    S W CONWAY baritone

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  30. Web page: S W CONWAY - Public performance - singing-baritone
    http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/22620827?searchTerm=%22S%20W%20CONWAY%22%20Baritone&searchLimits=#reloadOnBack
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    The West Australian (Perth, WA) Friday 29 June 1923, Page 2
    http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/22620827?searchTerm=%22S%20W%20CONWAY%22%20Baritone&searchLimits=#reloadOnBack
    AMUSEMENTS
    Princess Fremantle
    Friday 29 June 1923
    Ivy ALLEN soprano
    and
    S W CONWAY baritone

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  31. Web page: S W CONWAY - Public performance - singing - baritone
    http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/22633730/2767003?searchTerm=#reloadOnBack
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    The West Australian (Perth, WA) Tuesday 26 June 1923, Page 2
    http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/22633730/2767003?searchTerm=#reloadOnBack
    AMUSEMENTS
    Princess Fremantle
    Tuesday 26 June 1923
    Ivy ALLEN soprano
    and
    S W CONWAY baritone

    They seem to be providing live entertainment between movies at the Princess cinema?

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  32. Web page: S W CONWAY - Service Medals
    http://https://www.awm.gov.au/research/infosheets/medals/
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    He was issued with 1914-15 Star, British War Medal and Victory medal. You can purchase replicas for yourself from a commercial company (see below for more details)
    (1) Regarding MEDALS

    Campaign and service medals
    Campaign and service medals recognise service rendered by members of the Australian Defence Force in prescribed warlike operations.

    Entitlement to medals
    Individual entitlement

    Entitlement to campaign and service medals is typically recorded on the individual's personal service record. Personal service records are available from the National Archives of Australia.

    General information about entitlements

    Descriptions and illustrations of Australian medals can be found at Orders, Decorations and Medals of Australia.
    Clive Francis Johnson, Australians awarded : a concise guide to military and civilian decorations, medals and other awards to Australians from 1815 to 2007 with their valuations (Banksmeadow, NSW: Renniks, 2008)
    United Nations peacekeeping medals
    Information can be found at http://www.un.org/Depts/dpko/medals

    Confirmation of the original issue of medals or new awards
    Contact Defence Honours and Awards:

    Defence Honours and Awards
    T-4-013H
    Department of Defence
    PO Box 7952
    CANBERRA BC ACT 2610

    Phone: 1800 111 321 (toll free within Australia) or +61 2 6266 1050 (overseas)
    Fax: 02 6266 1065
    Website: http://www.defence.gov.au/medals/

    Lost medals
    Only the initial recipient of medals is permitted to receive replacement medals from gthe Department of Defence.

    If the medal recipient is deceased, replicas can be purchased from a COMMERCIAL company.

    Replicas
    To locate companies who can provide replica medals, please consult the Yellow Pages under the heading Medals &/or Medal Mounting, or the Yellow Pages website.http://www.yellowpages.com.au/


    (2) any pictures/photos of him and his mates
    any AWM photos can be purchsed online by clickling the link on the relevant web page to the AWM shop, usually located to the right of each photo, visible as a dark ORDER A COPY "button"

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  33. Web page: Artillery history
    http://www.aif.adfa.edu.au:8888/Artillery.html
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    A useful University of NSW website with background on Artillery history

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  34. Web page: S W CONWAY - FRENCH SERVICE - BATTLES
    http://www.aif.adfa.edu.au:8888/index.html
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    the 8th Battery, was part of the 3rd Field Artillery Brigade, which was in turn part of the First Division AIF.
    So in terms of battles Stanley William CONWAY was involved in, as part of the First Division:
    In March 1916 it moved to France, taking over part of the line in the "nursery sector" around Armentieres. On 23 July 1916, it joined the Somme Offensive, capturing the town of Pozieres at great cost. A second tour of Pozieres followed in August and a third at Flers in October after a rest break in the Ypres sector.
    Source: http://www.aif.adfa.edu.au:8888/index.html#
    About the author
    compiled by Ross Mallett born Melbourne, Australia. He has a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Melbourne, a Master of Business Administration from Monash University and a Master of Arts (Hons) from the Australian Defence Force Academy in Canberra, submitting a thesis on Military Technology and the Australian Army in World War One. Ross toured the AIF battlefields in Europe in 1995. This Order of Battle was prepared while gathering material for his thesis.

    Ross lives in Canberra where he works as a software engineer.

    He can be contacted at: ross@metva.com.au

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  35. Web page: S W CONWAY - Details of injury
    http://www.awm.gov.au/collection/records/awm4/13/31/awm4-13-31-27.pdf
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    noted from the 3rd Field Artillery Brigade Headquarter's diary, S W CONWAY is listed as a Casualty on the monthly Casuality Return. When Stanley William CONWAY, 8th Battery received his shell splinter in right leg on 20 November 1916, the Battery was located at DELVILLE WOOD, on the Somme. (prior to that, from 31 October to 19 November the diary was indicating the 3rd FAB was located at FLERS, Somme).
    One assumes his injury was shrapnel from an exploding enemy shell. He was one of nineteen casualties for the 3rd FAB that month. Most of them were injured by shell splinters in face, arms, legs, one from gas, 3 suffered shell shock, 1 died, 1 had a foot blown off.

    His 8th Battery between 1400 hours on 19 November to 1400 hours on 20 November had fired 48 Shrapnel shells and 42 High explosive shells at a target identified as Stormy Trench at map reference N21A95.45 to N2132.2. From 1400 hrs 20 Nov to 1400 hrs 21 Nov they fired 121 Shrapnel shells and 62 High explosive shells.

    Their 8th Battery total for the month of November 1916 was the firing of 5,973 Shrapnel shells and 3,740 High Explosive shells from their Ammunition storres. A total of 9,713 shells was fired by the Battery's 19 ponder guns.
    Source: http://www.awm.gov.au/collection/records/awm4/13/31/awm4-13-31-27.pdf

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  36. Web page: S W CONWAY - Further details on wounding
    http://https://www.awm.gov.au/collection/records/awm4/13/70/awm4-13-70-18.pdf
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    A little more information is gleaned from the 8th Battery Australian Field Artillery diary:
    19/11/1916
    Came up from the Wagon Line. Took over from the Officer Commanding at 1500 hours.

    20/11/1916
    Zones and boundaries of Artillery on this front reorganised. (See memorandum 63 and 64). Normal barrage of this battery altered from N21 B22 -N21 A95 45, to N21 B37 10 - N21 B13 56.
    Enemy put heavy barrage behind our front line. 8th retalliated vigorously, also other batteries of this Brigade. Infantry well pleased with prompt retaliation.
    Source: https://www.awm.gov.au/collection/records/awm4/13/70/awm4-13-70-18.pdf

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    Diary for November 1916 kept by Headquarters 1st Divisional Australian Artillery also has additional information on the movements of 8th Battery in terms of its positions, its rostered reliefs and allocatied ammintion
    https://www.awm.gov.au/collection/records/awm4/13/10/awm4-13-10-26.pdf

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  37. Web page: Delville Wood
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Delville_Wood
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    Delville Wood is to the north east of the town of Longueval in the département of the Somme in northern France. The initial Battle of Delville Wood was fought 14 July—3 September 1916, was part of the larger engagement in the 1916 Battle of the Somme in the First World War. It took place between the armies of the German Empire and allied British and empire forces.After the two weeks of carnage from the commencement of the Somme Offensive, it became evident that a breakthrough of either the Allied or German line was most unlikely and the offensive had evolved to the capture of small prominent towns, woods or features which offered either side tactical advantages from which to direct artillery fire or to launch further attacks.
    Delville Wood was one such feature, making it important to German and Allied forces. As part of a large offensive starting on 14 July, General Douglas Haig, Commander of the British Expeditionary Force intended to secure the British right flank, while the centre advanced to capture the higher lying areas of High Wood in the centre of his line. Delville Wood was a battle to secure this right flank. The battle achieved this objective and is considered a tactical Allied victory. However, it was one of the bloodiest confrontations of the Somme, with both sides incurring large casualties. This tactical victory needs to be measured against the losses sustained as well as the fact that the British advance to the north had made only marginal gains by the end of the battle.
    The battle is of particular importance to South Africa, as it was the first major engagement entered into by the South African 1st Infantry Brigade on the Western Front. The casualties sustained by this Brigade were of catastrophic proportions, comparable to those encountered by Allied battalions on the first day of the Somme. On the Western Front, units were normally considered to be incapable of combat if their casualties had reached 30% and they were withdrawn once this level had been attained. The South African Brigade suffered losses of 80%, yet they managed to hold the Wood as ordered. This feat has been described as "...the bloodiest battle hell of 1916."[3]
    Delville Wood is known for the well preserved wood with the visible remains of the original trenches, a museum and monument to the fallen South Africans.

    (It was to this site that 8th Battery was later moved on 19 November 1916.)
    Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Delville_Wood

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  38. Web page: Delville Wood - then and now - photos
    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/5/53/Delville_Wood_Then_and_Now.jpg/552px-Delville_Wood_Then_and_Now.jpg
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    Site where S W CONWAY wounded

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  39. Web page: Photos of Delville Wood
    http://media.iwm.org.uk/iwm/mediaLib/13/media-13233/large.jpg?action=d
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    September 1916: Outskirts of Delville Wood
    http://media.iwm.org.uk/iwm/mediaLib/13/media-13233/large.jpg?action=d
    Source: Imperial War Museum (UK) : © IWM (Q 1224)

    http://media.iwm.org.uk/iwm/mediaLib/13/media-13233/large.jpg?action=d
    media.iwm.org.uk

    View in Delville Wood, 20th September 1916
    Source: Imperial War Museum (UK) © IWM (Q 1156)
    http://media.iwm.org.uk/iwm/mediaLib/13/media-13229/large.jpg?action=d

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  40. Web page: SOMME Tour including Delville Wood
    http://www.kokoda.com.au/sites/default/files/page/2012/12/wf_tour_prog
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    Day 8 of this tour run by W.A. company, it covers Delville Wood and Stormy Trench

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  41. Web page: C E W BEAN - history of WW1
    http://https://www.awm.gov.au/histories/first_world_war/volume.asp?levelID=67889
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    A good source for more information:
    Official History of Australia in the War of 1914–1918 - Volume Vol3
    Volume III – The Australian Imperial Force in France, 1916 (12th edition, 1941)

    Author: C E W Bean

    After the evacuation from the Gallipoli Peninsula at the end of 1915 the AIF returned to Egypt where it was reorganised into two corps, I and II Anzac. By mid–1916 both Corps had arrived on the Western Front where operations on the Somme were about to begin. In Volume III of the Official History, C.E.W. Bean describes the major Australian contribution to the Somme Campaign, destined to be its worst ordeal of the war.

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  42. Web page: C E W Bean account of Delville Wood
    http://https://www.awm.gov.au/collection/records/awmohww1/aif/vol3/awmohww1-aif-vol3-ch25.pdf
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    The relevent C E W Bean Chapter covering October to November 1916, FLERS, DELVILLE WOOD (Vol 3, Chapter 25)


    NOTE: Stanley William CONWAY's 8th Battery not mentioned by name, but it is part of the broader entity referred to as the "artillery of the First Australian Division".

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  43. Web page: S W CONWAY Electoral Rolls
    http://search.ancestry.com.au/cgi-bin/sse.dll?&gsfn=Stanley+William&gsln=Conway&db=auselectoralrolls&&gss=SE
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    Western Australia Electoral Rolls seem to have 1925 - 1963 entries for a Stanley William CONWAY of Fremantle on Ancestry:

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  44. Web page: S W CONWAY - service Army Medical Corps 4th Field Ambulance, Perth
    http://recordsearch.naa.gov.au/NAAMedia/ShowImage.asp?B=3281416&S=1&T=R
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    Pre-Enlistment with AIF, according to page 1 of his service record he was serving 3 and half years in Army Medical Corps 4th Field Ambulance, Perth

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  45. Web page: Personal item
    http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/27605401?searchTerm=%22S%20W%20CONWAY%22&searchLimits=#reloadOnBack
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    A PUBLIC APOLOGY

    The West Australian (Perth, WA) Thursday 22 May 1919, Page 1

    I beg to apologise for anything I have said
    detrimental to Cpl. Dick Leigh's character.

    S. W. CONWAY,
    9 Cullen-street, Subiaco.

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  46. Web page: Sale of horse and sulky
    http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/27779774?searchTerm=%22S%20W%20CONWAY%22&searchLimits=#pstart2773403
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    LIVESTOCK, VEHICLES FOR SALE

    The West Australian (Perth, WA) Tuesday 29 June 1920, Page 9
    Rubber-Tyred Hooded Sulky good pony and harness
    State price and particulars to
    S W Conway 6 George-street, Maylands

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  47. Web page: PERTH's volunteer 4th Field Ambulance
    http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/76803676?searchTerm=Perth%20%22Australian%20Army%20Medical%20Corps%22%20%22No%204%20Field%20Ambulance%22&searchLimits=#pstart7790896
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    Regarding Stanley William CONWAY's volunteer service for 3 and 1/2 years with Perth Army Medical Corps 4th Field Ambulance, there is some information regarding
    The Volunteer Movement in Western Australia
    on this website:
    http://alh-research.tripod.com/Light_Horse/index.blog?topic_id=1113251

    He would have volunteered about March 1912 to have had three and a half years volunteer service by 11/9/1915 when he filled in his attestation form for enlistment in the AIF.

    The website above has this list which includes the 4th Field Ambulance under the heading
    Western Australia
    Militia Structure 1912
    Perth:
    Perth, WA: Australian Army Supply Corps 22nd Company
    Perth, WA: 22nd Australian Infantry Brigade HQ
    Perth, WA: 88th Australian Infantry Regiment, Headquarters, Machine Gun Section, and 5 Companies

    Perth, WA: Australian Army Medical Corps No 4 Field Ambulance

    Perth, WA: Australian Field Artillery 14th Battery
    Perth, WA: Australian Intelligence Corps West Australian District
    Perth, WA: District Headquarters Staff
    Perth, WA: Ordnance Department
    Perth, WA: Pay Branch
    Perth, WA: Royal Australian Engineers 30th Company

    4th Field Ambulance was already IN EXISTENCE:
    IN 1907 there was a call for tenders for supply of khaki drill uniforms for them [The West Australian (Perth, WA) Saturday 14 December 1907, Page 4 ]
    http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/28834005?searchTerm=Perth%20%22Australian%20Army%20Medical%20Corps%22%20%22No%204%20Field%20Ambulance%22&searchLimits=#reloadOnBack

    IN 1909 when they were included in a King's Birthday review parade [The West Australian (Perth, WA), Monday 22 November 1909, Page 2]
    http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/26242901?searchTerm=Perth%20%22Australian%20Army%20Medical%20Corps%22%20%22No%204%20Field%20Ambulance%22&searchLimits=

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    Alison McCallum CALL FOR RECRUITS FOR PERTH's volunteer 4th Field Ambulance
    Perhaps Stanley William CONWAY responded to one of the series of advertisements placed during 1911. This one is from December 1911

    The Daily News (Perth, WA) Saturday 9 December 1911, Page 1
    http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/76803676?searchTerm=Perth%20%22Australian%20Army%20Medical%20Corps%22%20%22No%204%20Field%20Ambulance%22&searchLimits=#pstart7790896

    COMMONWEALTH MILITARY FORCES, W.A.
    AUSTRALIAN ARMY MEDICAL CORPS (MILITIA).

    RECRUITS (25) required for No. 4 Field Ambulance (Perth) and W.A. Garrison Ambulance (Fremantle).
    Age 18 to 35 years.
    Pay from 8s per diem.
    Excellent training and prospects of advancement for smart young men.
    Full particulars at A.A.M.C. Depot, Drill Hall, Perth,
    9 to 1 daily,
    also Mondays and Wednesday, 8 to 9 p.m.,
    or through the undersigned, over Dean's Chemists, Hay-street, 11 to 1 and 2 30 to 3.30 p m. daily, except Saturday and Sunday.
    Knowledge of First-aid preferred, but not absolutely essential.
    HENRY A LESCHEN.
    Major, A.A.M.C.,
    O.C. No 4 Field Ambulance, A.A.M.C.
    28/11/11.

    NOTE:
    He would have volunteered about March 1912 to have had three and a half years volunteer service by 11/9/1915 when he filled in his attestation form for enlistment in the AIF.

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  48. Web page: "Australia's Fighting Sons of the Empire" - entry for S W DOWLING
    http://www.gould.com.au/Australia-s-Fighting-Sons-of-the-Empire-WA-p/au8010.htm
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    entry on page 134 but sadly his entry was NOT accompanied by a photograph, but the text does have a little additional information:
    TEXT READS:
    Driver Stanley William CONWAY DOWLING, son of Leonard and Mary DOWLING, was married on 23rd December 1919 to Agnes Quine. He was born at South Melbourne on 20th August 1891, and educated at the same place. In 1916 he enlisted at Perth, and was put through his preliminary training at Blackboy with the 8th Battery, A.F.A. He sailed for Egypt in 1916 in charge of horses. Some time after he crossed to France, where he was wounded at Bullecourt, and as a result had his left leg amputated. He returned to W.A. per the hospital ship Kanowna.

    SOURCE:
    Page 134 entry on page 134 has been posted, but sadly his entry was NOT accompanied by a photograph, but the text does have a little additional information for you:
    TEXT READS:
    Driver Stanley William CONWAY DOWLING, son of Leonard and Mary DOWLING, was married on 23rd December 1919 to Agnes Quine. He was born at South Melbourne on 20th August 1891, and educated at the same place. In 1916 he enlisted at Perth, and was put through his preliminary training at Blackboy with the 8th Battery, A.F.A. He sailed for Egypt in 1916 in charge of horses. Some time after he crossed to France, where he was wounded at Bullecourt, and as a result had his left leg amputated. He returned to W.A. per the hospital ship Kanowna.

    SOURCE:
    Page 134 “Australia’s Fighting Sons of the Empire
    Index to Western Australians in the Armed Forces 1914-1918”
    "Australian Fighting Sons of the Empire" was originally published by Palmer & Ashworth, 1920 and contains biographical information and PHOTOGRAPHS of servicemen.
    SADLY, no photograph of Driver Stanley William CONWAY (his mother's second marriage meant her surname was DOWLING)

    NOTE: There are ERRORS in this entry, when cross-referenced with his NAA service file, his surname was CONWAY not DOWLING (Dowling his mothers name after 2nd marriage.)
    He enlisted in 1915 and sailed to Egypt in 1915 NOT 1916. Completed Attestation forms 11/9/15, joined AIF 18/9/1915, embarked on HMAT BALLARAT on 9/9/1915.
    "Australian Fighting Sons of the Empire" was originally published by Palmer & Ashworth, 1920 and contains biographical information and PHOTOGRAPHS of servicemen.
    SADLY, no photograph of Driver Stanley William CONWAY (his mother's second marriage meant her surname was DOWLING)

    NOTE: There are ERRORS in this entry, when cross-referenced with his NAA service file, his surname was CONWAY not DOWLING (Dowling his mothers name after 2nd marriage.)
    He enlisted in 1915 and sailed to Egypt in 1915 NOT 1916. Completed Attestation forms 11/9/15, joined AIF 18/9/1915, embarked on HMAT BALLARAT on 9/9/1915.

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  49. Web page: "Australia's sons of the Empire" S W DOWLING entry
    http://https://fbcdn-sphotos-e-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/318255_10151455397983841_2003958681_n.jpg
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    image of the entry

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  50. Web page: 18 pounder as used 8th Battery 3rd Field Brigade
    http://https://fbcdn-sphotos-d-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/482711_442874942453494_1063452789_n.jpg
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    photo of 18 pounder such as 8th Battery 3rd Field Brigade were equipped with.
    Photo courtesy of "Dont Forget The Diggers"

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  51. Web page: C W CONWAY Citizen's Military Forces Personnel Dossiers, 1939-1947
    http://recordsearch.naa.gov.au/SearchNRetrieve/Interface/DetailsReports/ItemDetail.aspx?Barcode=6495878
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    Stanley Willian CONWAY's WW2 CITIZENSMILITARY FORCES service record to be digitised:
    You can get this done and a copy sent to you for $30.
    Series number B884
    Control symbol W17144
    Item title CONWAY STANLEY WILLIAM : Service Number - W17144 : Date of birth - 20 Aug 1891 : Place of birth - MELBOURNE VIC : Place of enlistment - PERTH WA : Next of Kin - CONWAY MARY [Serviceperson deceased]
    Series number B884
    Series title Citizen's Military Forces Personnel Dossiers, 1939-1947
    Control symbol W17144
    Item title CONWAY STANLEY WILLIAM : Service Number - W17144 : Date of birth - 20 Aug 1891 : Place of birth - MELBOURNE VIC : Place of enlistment - PERTH WA : Next of Kin - CONWAY MARY [Serviceperson deceased]
    Location Canberra
    Access status Not Yet Examined

    order online:
    http://recordsearch.naa.gov.au/SearchNRetrieve/Interface/DetailsReports/ItemDetail.aspx?Barcode=6495878

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  52. Web page: 15 inch shell
    http://www.oucs.ox.ac.uk/ww1lit/db/getimage?CISOROOT=%2Fww1&CISOPTR=3674&DMSCALE=37.50000&DMWIDTH=600&DMHEIGHT=600&DMX=0&DMY=0&DMTEXT=+%5C%22The+First+World+War+Poetry+Digital+Archive%5C%22&REC=1&DMTHUMB=1&DMROTATE=0
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    A graphic illustration of the size of a 15 inch shell
    Oxford University
    http://www.oucs

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  53. Advertising
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Tuesday 29 June 1920 p 9 Advertising
    6529 words
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    Stanley William CONWAY 6 George-street Maylands LIVESTOCK VEHICLES FOR SALE Rubber-Tyred Hooded Sulky good pony and harness State price and particulars to S W Conway

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  54. Advertising
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Saturday 14 December 1907 p 4 Advertising
    4058 words
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    BACKGROUND ONLY on No 4 Field Ambulance A A M C Perth:
    5 December 1907 Australian Army Medical Corps Drill Hall Francis-street Perth HENRY A T LESCHEN Captain A A M C No 4 Field Ambulance Australian Army Medical Corps (Perth) O C No 4 Field Ambulance A A M C Perth Officer Commanding No 4 Field Ambulance TENDERS for SUPPLY of UNIFORM (Khaki Drill)

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