DEATH OF AN EX-M.H.R
tar TKLKaitArii. — press association. 1 INVERCARGILL, This Day. Mr. J. P. Joyce, editor of the Southland News for forty years, and who formerly represented tho Wallaco and Awarua electorates in Parliament, died suddenly this morning from heart disease. He was at Ballarat and Bendigo diggings in the early days, and arrived in Southland about 1857. [Tho lato Mr. Joyce was one of the oldest journalists in the colony. He was well known to many residents of Wellington, and was much respected on account of his urbanity and kindly nature. One of his sons is connected with the Southland Daily News, and wub un occupant of tho Press Gallery Inst session.]
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DEATH OF AN EX-M.H.R, Evening Post, Volume LXV, Issue 13, 16 January 1903
DEATH OF AN EX-M.H.R Evening Post, Volume LXV, Issue 13, 16 January 1903
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