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James Latham Baillieu (1899–1934)

The death occurred on Wednesday of Mr. James Latham Baillieu, youngest son of Mr. W. L. Baillieu. He was aged 34 years. Mr. Baillieu had been in ill-health for some time, and recently he had been in a private hospital. His illness compelled him to retire from his position as director of a number of companies, including the "Herald" and "Weekly Times" Ltd. Mr. Baillieu was educated at the Melbourne Grammar School and the University of Melbourne, where he graduated in arts and law.

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