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THE LATE MRS R.C. BISHOP.

At the inquest into the death of Mrs R. 0. Bishop, held yesterday mornine, before Mr R. Beetham, Coroner, a Verdict was returned that death resulted from " Syncope of the heart." ~ ■";.:■:'-

A special meeting of the Committee of the Industrial Association was held at 3 p.m. yesterday. Present—Messrs J. R. Triggs {President)/ G. R. Hart, H. B. Kwk, Maddren, Waller, Cogan, Howland, Buchanan, Horsley, Hancock, Bay ward, and Beaven. Mr Triggs explained that the meeting had been called to express their sincere regret at the unexpected death of Mrs R. C. Bishdp, wife of their ex-Presi-dent. Resolutions were then proposed and agreed to that " The condolence of the Association with their ex-President in hie bereavement be recorded on the minutes; ,, "That the President be requested to arrange for a wreath to be sent from the Association, and that the officers attend the funeral." It was aJso decided that a bromide enlarged picture of Mrs Bishop be procured and hung in th»* room? of the Association as a memento of services in connection with the Exhibition of 1895-6. The President was instructed to send a cable message of condolence on the part of the Association to Mr Bishop.

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THE LATE MRS R.C. BISHOP., Press, Volume LIV, Issue 9733, 22 May 1897

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THE LATE MRS R.C. BISHOP. Press, Volume LIV, Issue 9733, 22 May 1897

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