THE LATE MR H. S. FISH.
The funeral of the late Mr H. S. Fish, which took place this afternoon, was' very largely attended, the cortlge numbering fully 500 pedestrians, in addition to which there were about twenty vehicles. The public and semi-public institutions, associations, • and societies to which Mr Fish had belonged were all more or less numerously represented, and tbere < was also a very strong representation of citizens of all classes. Amongst, those present were the Mayor (Mr H. Gourley), Ore Solomon, Swan, Gore, Carroll, Hardy, Danniston, Mouat, Park, Messrs S. H. Mirams (city surveyor) and W. B. Taylor (town clerk), Messrs J. T. Mackerras, J. Robin, A. C. Begg, J. Hyman, W. Wright, J. Thomson, and.Captain M'Kinnon (Harbor Board), Messrs T. S. Graham and Sydney James. (Masons), Hons. W. M. Bolt and J. Mac Gregor, ML.Cs. Hon. W. J. M. Larnach, M.H.RJ Messrs W. L. Hooper, J. James, and members, of the D.A.B. Club, members of the Civil Service Club (of which deceased was vice-presi-dent), members of the Oddfellows' and: Good Templar lodges, Messrs A. Burt f K. Ramsay, J. Moloney, D. M. Spedding, sen;, J. R. Morris, sen., J. Braithwaite, J. B. Thomson, W. Haydon P. M'Gregor, W. GNeill W B. Boyd, F. Mallard, H. Isaacs, D. M'Nicoll, L. Kemnitz, Chas. Bird, £• G. D. Baxter, S. Orr, T. Morrison. § 0 J- Fer S ls .. J - p - Armstrong. R. K. Murray R. Wilson, Colin Allan. P. Y. Wales, J. M'Rae Gallaway, A.Lee Smith, John.Mill, Sew Hoy. Jas. Watson, R. Watson, A. Evans, T. Ross S H Carter, J. Gore, jun., N.- Kirkcaldy, J. W.'jago", Lachlan Maclean, M. Cohen, Jas. Hislop, T. Macpherson, J. T. Stewart, W. A. W. Wathen, J. Wilkinson, S. N. Brown, Wilson, C Speight, C F Greenslade, S. G. Smith, W. B. Harlow, R Blackadder, C. M'K. Gordon, G. A. King, T. Cornish, T. Brown, R. Watson, W. Ibbotson, R. Wilson R. Glendining, L. Mendelsohn, F. Meenan, J. Hazlett, John Reid, H. Calder, H. North, B. Sievwnght. A. Melville, J. N. Merry, F W Petre, R. Marks, W. Hutchison, S. Valentine, C. Howison, W. M'Beath, A. Wilson, W. D. Hanlon, D. C. Cameron, Wm. Farnie, C W. Kerr, H. Wise, R. S. M'Vicar. D, M. Spedding, jun., F. Lake, T. Austin, A. Blair, J. Reid, H. M. West, W. Owen, J. Liston, C. Samson, Thomas Culling, J. Mitchell, J. M'Farlane, P. Treseder, J. W. Brindley, H. B. Smith, George Simpson. J. Garratt, G. Jacobs, D. Sandeman. Professor Black, Dr Brown, Dr Martin, Dr Barnett, Dr Reimer, and Dr Batchelor. As the funeral procession passed down Stafford street to Princes street the bell of St. Matthew's Church was solemnly tolled. The streets were lined with people right to the Southern Cemetery, where there was also another large crowd assembled. The funeral service was impressively read by the Rev. Curzon - Siggers, vicar of St. Matthew's Church. It is worthy of note, as Bhowing the respect in which the late Mr Fish was held, that almost the whole of the procession followed the body to its last resting place, very few dropping out before the cemetery was reached.
Eight members of the Masonic Order acted as pall-bearers. Amongst those who sent wreaths were the Premier (the Right Hon. R. J. Seddon), Hope of Dunedin (1.0. G.T.) Lodge, Dunedin Amateur Boating Ciub, Mr and Mrs Hyman, Mr \V. B. Taylor (town clerk), Mrs Hamel. Mrs G. H. Campbell, Mrs Cumming, Mr Ooas. Haynes Mr A Smart (Wellington), Mr T. Patrick, Mrs Jas. Rattray, Miss Graham, Mrs Meyer (Wellington) and Mrs Fish, sen. '
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THE LATE MR H. S. FISH., Evening Star, Issue 10429, 25 September 1897
THE LATE MR H. S. FISH. Evening Star, Issue 10429, 25 September 1897
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