VH-UNL  de Havilland D.H.60M Moth                  (c/n  1418)


                                         This impression was taken from a Newspaper article published in the Melbourne Argus for 14
                                         March 1930.  The caption stated:  'Two men were killed when a De Havilland Moth crashed from
                                         a height of 1000 ft into a paddock near Bulla Road, Essendon.  The owner Capt. C.G.Matthews
                                         of Matthews Aviation Co viewes the wreckage......'    The Moth was, in fact, registered new to
                                         Matthews Aviation on 19 February 1930, and the crash occurred on 13 March 1930.  It was rebuilt
                                         and a new CofA issued in August 1930.  On 28 February 1931 it again crashed, this time at Western
                                         Junction Airport in Launceston, Tasmania.  It was not rebuilt and was Struck off Register on 2 April