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Francis Armand (Frank) Nyulasy (1862–1934)

The death occurred suddenly early yesterday morning, at his home in Williams road, Toorak, of Dr. Frank Nyulasy. Born in Ballarat 68 years ago, Dr. Nyulasy attended the Melbourne Grammar School for a time and graduated from the University of Melbourne with an M.D. degree. He went to live at Graeme, Williams road, Toorak, where he had been practising ever since. He went to England in 1923, and was elected a fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine. A well-known Shakespearian scholar, he occasionally broadcast lectures from 3LO on literary subjects. Dr. Nyulasy married recently Miss Ve de Aoue, a daughter of Colonel Christopher de Aoue, of Sydney. He was a very old member of the Athenaeum Club. The funeral will be private.

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