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March 18,

Edward Foster, single, a remittance man, was found dead m bed this morning m a house m the city.

A man named Edwin Foster was found dead m bed m his lodgings early this morning. The jury found that death was due to sudden failure of the heart's action. Deceased, who was m receipt of a remittance of Ll per week, was between 35 and 40 years. He is said to be a nephew of Mr John Foster, of the wellknown London firm of B. Foster and Son.

Ths annual report of the Dunedin Burns' Club states that the membership is 420, of which 82 are women. The club has a credit balance of over L 133.

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DUNEDIN. North Otago Times, Volume XXXVI, Issue 8433, 19 March 1896

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