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George Landale (1878–1948)

Major George Landale died yesterday morning at his home, Dahwilly, Deniliquin. He was aged 70 years. A well-known grazier, he served with the 3rd King's Own Hussars in the South African and First World Wars. He was the eldest son of the late Alexander Landale, of Deniliquin.

He is survived by a widow, two sons, Captain William Landale, who is attached to the Australian Legation at The Hague, and Mr David Landale, of Dahwilly, and two daughters, Mrs Robert Morton, of Toorak, and Miss Diana Landale, of Dahwilly.

The funeral will take place at Deniliquin tomorrow.

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