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Humphrey Osborne Moule (1894–1915)

A cable message was received in Melbourne on Saturday announcing that Lance Corporal H. O. Moule had been killed in action on August 7 at the Dardenelles. He was the elder son of Judge Moule and was educated at the Brighton Grammar School and at Trinity College. He enlisted as a private with the Light Horse, and left with the first contingent. In the earlier fighting in Gallipoli he was wounded and was for some weeks in hospital in Egypt. In letters received from him last week he stated that he was just about to return to the front.

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