DEATH OF JUDGE GILLIES
(P»a PBEBB ASSOCIATION.) ,?}MM*W v< iAubKLUii), July' 26. 1 Legal offloea wero closed to day on i receipt of the news of Jaaloa Gillies' deaih. The Law Soolety a journed the ordinary meeting, t% also did the Board, of Wdnoatlon, who painod an expression of regret nnd of ay apathy with relations. Judge Gillies wai not very well when he went to bed last night, arid asked to bo cal e'\ at 8 Ill's moralng. When the honeeke -par qpenecl the door he was lying oq tho bed and blood oog ; ng from the ,;taouih f : The doctor vaß-Bant for but he 'died three hours later. Ha was eitting m (ho Compensation Qoqrt yesterday. Tho hew* of "the death of Jadge Gillies' otased a profound sensation In thli olty, it \»ia bo ontlre^y un^^peoVod^^ So ,ift> aa yeKterJay fore oon^he litf '•■'as Proalel^h m a Ourt of Compensation, with Messrs aqd JR, 0 ,rr aa ftsßoatpra, i«ha Tii, the affernoon he paid a visit to the prnpacly lo qaeatlon, which Is sltafttud at Or«fctJt : ': v When he totted to res>, laM night he told '"Is honsekoepor to call him obont Be^fln.o'plqokthls morulng When she Oftlleid him no reply was rooelved, aui apon opßnlng tho door of the bjdroom Judge, Gillie- wa« diapovered' lvlng upon ills bed In an Insenslblo condition with blooi about hla moatb, Dr Honeymtn was sent for. Ho arrived about nine o'dlook, and Immtdlatoly rocognlßod the BOrloni) nature of >ho eoizare, Oa his saggestlon "Drs M'KelUr and Bond wore oammonocl. From tho first little hope w«e entertained rf recovirz; atlll, all thnt nklll o )o'd do was fried by the three medical man In attendanc. It was, however, of no avail, aad Jadge Gillies pissed iiimy aboat halfjpastejeven o'clock, Dr Honeymaa Will^ glv^ 'j fchat dpath reßaltodfrbm ffpVipfprv^ ' [Mr Thonrna Bannatyne Gillies arrived m <tngo m 1882, whoro, for come ye'rtra, . h B ,, w ? Ba o-^nntjiy eietilpr. and. afterwards fcrflbtiEed tbo " profesaibn of th'^ laW. He was firat ole^ted to *he Houbo of Bepreoentatives In JB6O. He became AttorneyrGeJirrliJ! m ißq3''j POBtmanter General ,„ acd "Seprevary for Grown Lands dating }863. %\ and In^ J 872 wan Colonial Treasurer. In 1865 he removed to Auckland, then the oapU'al of Nsw 2'ftland. Ho wig o'octel Snp'crintsn dent of <h» Province of Auokln'nd,' 1869-73 '; a-nd m 1875 he was nppoi ited of the puisne jndges of. tho Supremo Oouit of' Now Ziiilnnd. : He latolv founded two Bcho'a-shipß m oonneotlon w t'n Ih3 Auoklnnd'Univorflity Oolleue. — Men of Mark m New Zealand.]
. . • . Wilunoton, Jaly. 26. The f-'UDreme Court udjournecl thin afternoon's niifcing. as a mark oi respect for the late JudnroiGilliPs
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