OBITUARY. [BY TELEGRAPH-PRESS ASSOCIATION.] Carterton, This Day.
A young man named Bassett, son of Councillor Bassett, died yesterday, after a long illness. An old settler, Mr. Josh. Osborne, died yesterday, aged 79. It will be seen by our obituary column that a very old colonist has passed ayay at Auckland m the person of Mrs. J. Jermyn Symonds. The deceased lady was in her 78th year, and with her husband (Captain Symonds) was identified with the establishment of the Pensioners' Settlement near Auckland m ' the forties. ' Captain Symonds was private secretary to Sir George Grey on his first arrival in the colony, and was afterwards Judge of the Native Lands Court, Resident Magistrate, and member of the House of Representatives. The death is reported .from Adelaide of Miss May Habgood, otherwise Mrs- Thos. Hudson. She was well-known all over the colonies as a pianist of exceptional ability, and accompanied Hudson's Surprise Party on its last torn 1 of New Zealand, visiting Wellington in December and January last.
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OBITUARY. [BY TELEGRAPH-PRESS ASSOCIATION.] Carterton, This Day., Evening Post, Volume LVI, Issue 128, 26 November 1898
OBITUARY. [BY TELEGRAPH-PRESS ASSOCIATION.] Carterton, This Day. Evening Post, Volume LVI, Issue 128, 26 November 1898
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