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Charles William Nyulasy (1868–1899)

Mr. Nyulasy, late warden at the Pilbarra goldfields, died in Roebourne to-day, at one o'clock. He had been laid up for some time with typhoid fever and apoplexy, and was left from the effects of one fit in an unconscious state for some time. He, however, rallied sufficiently yesterday to be able to recognise some of those around him, but during the night another fit occurred, from the effects of which he succumbed to-day. His loss is sincerely felt here by all who knew him. The funeral will most probably take place tomorrow (Wednesday.)

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'Nyulasy, Charles William (1868–1899)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 21 July 2024.

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Ballarat, Victoria, Australia


29 May, 1899 (aged ~ 31)
Roebourne, Western Australia, Australia

Cause of Death

typhoid fever

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