Out- "f Canterbury's pioneem died at lionghe.ich on Thursday afternoon. This was Mr Thomas Dove, who d ; cd practically at his post after nearly bO rears’ continuous faithful service with tho late John Origg, and since then with the present owner of Long beach, Mr J. C. X. Grigg. Tlw deceased, who was a, native of Yorkshire, for a number of years during the early days of the West Coast gold diggings drovemob after mob of cattlo from tht Longbpach Estate to the coast, enduring many hardships. He was in his seventy-third year. He leaves a widow and a grown-up family of three eons and two daughters. Hie eldest , eon, Mr Wilfred Dove, had left to the day of his father’s death to join the Expeditionary Force A clock is like a pretty and rain young lady, because it is all face and figure, has no head to speak of, is hard to stop when once it is wound up, and has o efriktag ■way of calling attention to itself ereiy hour of the day,, . : .. -am-.il I vH- . 4^
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4, Evening Star, Issue 15627, 19 October 1914
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 Evening Star, Issue 15627, 19 October 1914
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