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LATE MRS. R. LATTER.

A LARGE AND REPRESENTA TIVE FUNERAL. •' \

The funeral of the late Mrs Robert Latter, who passed away at her residence, Barry's Bay, on Thursday last, was held on Sunday at the Duvauohelle Cemetery. The funeral left the residence, Barry's Bay,, at 2 p.m., and the body was taken to St. John's Anglican Church, Duvauohelle, where a very impressive service was eon : ducted by the Rev. A. H. Julius. The burial service was conducted by the Rev. Julius at the grave, the Ber I vice being an impressive one. The | Little River Natives also sang a song of lament.at the grave, Mrs Williams conducting them. The cprtege was one of the largest ever seen oh the Peninsula, and was a token of the high esteem.in which the deceased lady was held by all who kneto her as a hostess and the performer of many kind actions. Among the chief mourners were Messrs R. Latter, Clerc, Alan and E. Latter, Hon. R. H. Rhodes and Mr r T. Masefield. Others present were Messrs J. H. Will''amß, ( G> Harris, L. Matson, E G. Staveley, G. Armstrong, J, D. Bruce, E. E. Lelievre, J. OvCoop, J Montgomery, J. F. Buchanan, W. F ; ! Parkinson, J.'O, Hay, A. Hutchinson, F. Coop, A. Gray, A. A. Macphail, W. , McKay, 0. F. C Wilson, F. Williams, J. and A Rhodes, H. W. Piper, J. Chatfield, G. W. Thomas and manj others too numerous;to mention., i The following wreaths were re ' ceived :—Mr and Mrs A. R. Inwood, |Mr and Mrs A. Templer, Mr and Mr( Melville Knight, Miss Latter, Hon R. H. Rhodes and Mrs Rhodes, Mi and Mrs G E. Rhodes, Mrs F.Eve lyn s ArVright, the stock agents o Christchurch, the ;N,,Z Loan anc Mercantile Agency Co., the Okir Ladies' Hockey Club, the Frencl Farm teachers arid scholars, Mr am Mrs J. H. .Williams, Mr and Mrs H H. Knight, Miss Aileen Knight, M

and Mrs EL 0. P.-Meares, Mr and Mrs H."D. Buchanan, Mr and Mrs George Harris, Mr and Mrs W. D. Stewart, Mr and Mrs Edmond Rutherford, Mr and r Mrs J. F. Buohanan, Mr and Mrs James Stewart, Mr and Mrs F. Knight Hunt, Mr and Mrs D. Matson, Mr W. B. Gowlishaw, Mr and Mrs Guy Pascoe, Mr and Mrs James Wilson, Mr and Mrs Andrew Murray, Mr and Mrs P. Acton-Adams, the Misses Heywood. Mr and Mrs C. F. 0. Wilson, Miss K. and Masters Wilson, Mr A. E Otway, Miss and Mr Hawliins, Mr and Mrs T. G. Barwick, Mr and Mrs Leicester Matson, Mr and Mrs Etienne Lelievre and family. Mr and Mrs Vangioni and

family, Mr and Mrs'C, Flavell, Mr R. Vincent. Mr and Mrs P. Fahey, Mr and Mrs F L. Kearney. There were some twenty cars, forty vehicles and five hundred people present, representative ot every part of the Peninsula and Christchurch and its surroundings. >> We reported in error last issue that ihe late Mrs Latter was born in Little Akaloa. Mrs Latter was born in Ballarat, Victoria, ber-Jafcher, Mr Le Clerc, coming to. New. Zealand and taking up his residence at Cashmere Hills, and coming to the Peninsula some years later. N

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LATE MRS. R. LATTER., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4418, 4 August 1914

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LATE MRS. R. LATTER. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4418, 4 August 1914

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