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The funeral of the late Mr J. L. Gillies took place this afternoon, and was largely attended. The servants of the Harbor Board acted as pall-bearers, and amongst those present were the Mayor (Mr H. Gourley) and members of the City Council and Harbor Board, Messrs J. Mills, K. Ramsay, D. Borrie, H. Clark, J. Watson (Fort Chalmers), James Duthie, G. Calder, W. L, Philp, J. Grant, W. Wardrop, Grant (Milton), D. Russell, W. Sessions, W. Hutchison, John Duthie, J. Reid, J. Hislop, D. Keenan, F. Laing, R. Wilson, W. Mirams, D. Stephens, W. Wills, J. M’lndoe, M’Kiulay (Lawrence), T. Young, A. Stewart, J. W. Jago, C. W. Kerr, R. Glendining, D. A. M’Nicoll, W. M’Kewen, J. Mill, H. Guthrie, J, B. Thomson, A. Sligo, J. Liston, F. Meenan, R Murray (Milton), A. Mercer, J. Green, L. A. Line, P. G. Pryde, W. Tolcher, J, Moncrieff, A. Thomson, D. H. Hastings, J. James, W. Gibson, J. Sidcy, J, Herbert (Tapanui), J, Davie, aad M. Cohen, A. Megget, G. C. Israel, and A. H. Shelton (members of the Union street School Committee, of which body deceased was for many years a member), Captain Boyd, Captain Thomson, Captain Fullarton (of the ship Oamaru), Dr Davis, Dr Shand, Dr Hislop, and the Rev. W. Bannerman. The Rev. A. B. Todd and Mr J. A. Torrance read the services at the house, and the Pxev. J. Chisholm (of Milton) officiated at the grave. Amongst those who sent wreaths were the officers of the Harbor Board, Dunedin Amateur Boating Club, Dunedin Regatta Committee, Otago Yacht Club, the members of the family in Australia, and a large number of the personal friends of deceased.

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THE LATE MR J. L. GILLIES, Issue 10432, 29 September 1897

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THE LATE MR J. L. GILLIES Issue 10432, 29 September 1897

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