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Helen Mary (Muriel) Miller (1883–1939)

Muriel Miller

Muriel Miller

Daughter of the late John Henderson, who was one of the original staff of the “Argus” and also Inspector of the Colonial Bank, Melbourne. Both John Henderson senior and junior arrived in Australia in the sailing vessel “Alipore” in the year 1852.

Born at St. Kilda, Melbourne. Educated at Convent F. C. J., Vaucluse, Richmond.

Married Septimus Miller, son of the late Henry Miller, M. L. C. (grand-son of Captain Henry Miller, 40th Regiment, Penin- sula and Waterloo Veteran), Chairman of the V. R. C., and Director of several companies. Family, one son, Ronald Nevill Damian.

CHARITIES. Was a Member of the Committee of the Children’s Hospital, and was on the Committee of the Sacre Coeur Kindergarten, and greatly interested in all children’s welfare and the Catholic Women’s Social Guild.

MAIN INTERESTS. Fond of travelling; tours include Great Britain, Italy, Austria, Tirrol, France, Norway, Belgium, Switzerland, New Zealand (North and South Island), Tasmania.

HOBBIES. Gardening, Motoring, Flying, Reading.

CLUBS. Victoria League, Alexandra, and Life Member V. R. C.

ADDRESS. "Cantala,” Dandenong Road, Caulfield, Victoria.

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