TRADUCING THE DEAD.
TO THE EDITOR. SJ££, —It is painful to hear from citizens of respectable standing that complaints have been made by thenf to she employer of the late Mr Roberts of a base and disparaging character, which they dafednothave ujotoref during his lifetime and in his presenpe. Lika all others, deceased had his /tiiit's m«a financially foolish but he owed uo man anything, and was too generous to
those who now speak of him so coldly when he is dead and gone.—l am, etc., HioHAhD Brew. Uunedin, September C.
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TRADUCING THE DEAD., Evening Star, Issue 8005, 6 September 1889
TRADUCING THE DEAD. Evening Star, Issue 8005, 6 September 1889
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