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THE FUNERAL.

A GREAT PROCESSION

ONE OF THE LARGEST EVER SEEN

IN AUCKLAND

AUCKLAND, Nov. 17

The funeral procession of the late Frederick Evans, who died as the result of the trouble at Waihi, took place this afternoon. An orderly crowd of over 3000 nersons assembled in front of tho watersiders' offices. The coffin was placed on a motor hearse, covered with wreaths, and as it moved slowly off the great procession of silent sympathisers foil in behind. The majority were on foot, but many vehicles were included in the procession. The procession \vas ono of the. largest of the kind ever seen in Auckland and was watched by silent crowds along the route to the cemetery.

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THE FUNERAL., Maoriland Worker, Volume 3, Issue 88, 22 November 1912

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THE FUNERAL. Maoriland Worker, Volume 3, Issue 88, 22 November 1912

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