|Alias||Guzabali (WWI enlistment); Guzbala (Naturalisation)|
|Ethnic origin||Polish Austrian subject|
|Arrived at Australia||
disembarked at Sydney
|Residence before enlistment||Sydney|
|Naturalisation||1914 (as Polish Austrian subject); Served as Russian subject|
|Residence after the war||Sydney|
|Died||5.10.1948, Ryde, NSW|
Service #1 – Depot
|Place of enlistment||2 MD|
Naturalisation (NAA) (Guzbala)
Monthly returns of enlisted Russians (NAA) (Guzabali)
Service records not found
Alleged shooting with intent. - Sydney Morning Herald, 23 October 1923, p. 6.
"Always got what he wanted". A Pole in trouble. - Advertiser, Adelaide, 23 October 1923, p. 12.
Only miracle can save life. - Courier-Mail, Brisbane, 1 May 1935, p. 11.
Axe, knifes, bed post. - Telegraph, Brisbane, 6 June 1935, p. 1
Charged with assault. - Northern Miner, Charters Towers, 7 June 1935, p. 2.
Did axe hurtle through door?. - Truth, Brisbane, 9 June 1935, p. 19.
"Deserved all he got". - Courier-Mail, Brisbane, 12 June 1935, p. 10.
Sunday night brawl in flat. - Truth, Brisbane, 16 June 1935, p. 13.
Trial not to proceed. - Truth, Brisbane, 21 July 1935, p. 12.