(By Telegraph—Press Association.)
HAMILTON, This Day.
A few days after celebrating his 101 st birthday Mr. George Enos Holloway has died at Morrinsville. ■ Mr. Holloway understood that he was the oldest living veteran of the Maori wars and the last of the Fortieth Regiment^ which took part in the campaign in Taranaki in 1860, and in tlie Waikato in 1863-64.
Born in Devon, Mr. Holloway came to New Zealand at an early age. Twelve days ago, when he celebrated his birthday, he appeared in excellent health for a man of his age.
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