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The gates commemorate Dr E. W. Deane, a former hospital surgeon (1905 -1916,) who died on active service in Egypt during World War One. 

On Wednesday afternoon the gates erected to perpetuate the memory of the late Dr E.W. Deane, in front of the Maryborough Hospital, were formally declared open by the Mayor (Cr G. Frost). The late doctor was for 13 years house surgeon at the hospital, and was universally esteemed for his endearing personality. At the outlbreak of war he served as a captain in the Australian Army Corps and died in Egypt in April, 1916. The gates, which are of handsome design were erected by public subscription. 
The Ballarat Courier (Vic), 8 June 1918.  


Address:75-87 Clarendon Street, Maryborough District Health Service, Maryborough, 3465
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -37.045025
Long: 143.738725
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Gate
Monument Theme:People
Actual Event Start Date:04-April-1916
Actual Event End Date:04-April-1916


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Wednesday 5th June, 1918
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Erected by his friends in memory of the late Dr. E. W. Deane Captain A. A. M.C.

Hospital Surgeon 1905 - 16 

Died on active service in Egypt April 4th 1916

Source: MA
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