LATE HON. T. W. HISLOP, M.L.C.
FUNERAL THIS MORNING,
There was a. large and distinguished gathering tins morning at the funeral of the late Hon. T. W. Hislop, M.L.C. The funeral service was conducted at t,ho house, Sayes Court, Aurora, terrace, by the Rev. Dr. Gibb (Pastor of St. John's Presbyterian Church). He also officiated at the graveside at Karori Cemetery, where the burial service was followed by a Masonic service, conducted by Hight Worshipful Brother George Russell, Provincial Grand Master.
The chief mourners were Mrs. T. W. Hislop (widow), Dr. Hislop, and Mr.' T. 0. A. Hislop (sons), and Mrs. Cooper and Mrs. Shand (daughters of the deceased), while tlie bearers were Messrs. John Hislop, Tom Cooper, and John MacDonald (nephews), Walsh, Hudson. Baird, Cohen, and Hailey. Among those also present were Sir I'rancis Bell (At-torney-General), the Hon. B. F. Bollard (Minister of Internal Affairs), )his Honour the Chief Justice (Sir Robert Stout), the Hons. Sir T. Mackenzie, W. 11. Triggs, and G. Earnshaw, M.L.C.'s, Sir John Luke, M.P., and Messrs. R. A. Wright, P. Fraser, A. L. Monteith, and R. M'Keen, M.P.'s, Rabbi Van Staveren, the Mayor (Mr. C. J. B. Norwood), the Acting-TV.. :i Clerk (Mr. R. T.iit) and Mi-. J. Ames (City Valuer),* Messrs. J. G. Harkness (member), A. G. Barnett (secretary), J3. C. Cachemaille (office engineer), and Captain J. E. Dawson (harbour master), representing the Wellington Harbour Board; Messrs. Kennedy (president of the Wellington Law Society), Hawkins (secretary)/ A. Gray, K.C.'C P. Skerrett, K.C., M. Myers, K.C., A. do B. Brandon, and numerous other members of the iocral profession, and four representatives of the deceased's old school, the Otago Boys' High School; MajorGeneral Sir Alfred Robin (late Commandant of the N.Z. Forces), Mr. PS, K. Macassey (Crown Prosecutor), Mr. D. K. Blair, and Mi;. G. C. Faclio (Commissioner of Pensions), Mr. George Russell (Provincial Grand Master of tiio Masonic Order) and Mr. Leslie Gibbons (Worshipful Master of Lodge. Russell, of which the deceased was a member), Captain Munro, Messrs. R. A. Louphnan, T. E. Corkill, A.H. Hancock., Councillor Toognod, and many others;
A large attendance of members oE the Wellington Law Society is expected nfc the opening of the Supreme Court tomorrow morning, when special references will be made to the late Mr. Hislop. / .
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LATE HON. T. W. HISLOP, M.L.C., Evening Post, Volume CX, Issue 83, 5 October 1925
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