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Charles Gerald Moule (1856–1921)

The many friends of Mr. Charles Gerald Moule will regret to learn that he died yesterday morning at his residence, Norwood road, Caulfield, after a long illness. Mr. Moule, who was the second son of the late Mr. F. G. Moule, of Brighton, was a brother of Mr. F. Arthur Moule, senior partner of the firm of Moule, Hamilton, and Kiddle, solicitors, and of Judge Moule. He was educated at the Melbourne Grammar School, and as a young man was a first-rate athlete. On leaving school in 1871 he entered the service of the Bank of Victoria, but after a few years went in for a country life. He was for some time on a station on the Lachlan River, and then bought Fulham Station, on the Darling. He returned to Melbourne about 20 years ago, and entered into partnership with his old schoolfellow Mr. J. L. Menzies in the stock and share broking firm of Menzies and Moule. Mr. Moule's office was a rendezvous for old Melburnians of his period, by whom he will be greatly missed. He leaves a widow and young son and daughter. The burial will take place at the Brighton Cemetery.

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