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DEATH OF MR GEORGE GOULD

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Ohbistchubch, Maroh 28.

Mr George Gould died this morning. He was one of the best koown and fßalthteit basinets men In Ohrlatohuroh. He was sixty fiVa yoara bid. The deceased came to New Zaaland m 1850, and a tatted m bmlnaaß ia Oarlstoharoh M a storekeeper. He subsequently went into partnership with Mr Qroovenor Miles, Since his retirement from aative buslaesa - Mr Go aid has baen very liberal to publio los'ltutlora Be was a membqf rifHhe principal boards ia pht'a uhroploand eduoatiotai matters, and was President of the Agricultural and Paatoral Association for six or seven years. The Canterbury Aiu36um is largely indebted to him for its art statuary, eto Mr Gould hid passed through a long aod sevore Ulneßß, death finally resuming from esbaustion, cooiequent on the bursting of an abioeis oik the liver. His death had been anticipated for sevaral flnys.

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DEATH OF MR GEORGE GOULD, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2096, 28 March 1889

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DEATH OF MR GEORGE GOULD Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2096, 28 March 1889

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