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WELLINGTON, Friday. Lady Ostler, widow of the former judge, Sir Hubert Ostler, died suddenly on July 7, at her residence, 27, Talavera Terrace, Wellington. The funeral, which was a private one, took place to-day. Before her marriage, Lady Ostler was Miss Lucilla Bernice Duigan, a ; daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Duigan, of Wanganui. She studied law and arts at Victoria University College, but discontinued her studies after her marriage. She was always keenly interested in the university women's club. Of late years, 'when Sir Hubert was in ill-health, she accompanied him on circuit. He died in February, 1944, a year after his retirement. Lady Ostler is survived, by two daughters and one son. One of her brothers is Major-General Sir John Duigan, who is at present in Australia.

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LADY OSTLER DEAD, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 165, 14 July 1945

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LADY OSTLER DEAD Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 165, 14 July 1945

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