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OBITUARY

MR. CHARLES W. WORKMAN [from our own correspondent] CAMBRIDGE. Sunday The death lias occurred of Mr. j Charles William Workman, a weltknown farmer of the .Hoto-o-rangi <listrict, aged 60. He came to the \\ aikato from Gloucestershire, England, about 25 years ago, and was engaged in fanning in various parts of the clistrict. He settled at Roto-o-rnugi five years ago. Ho is survived by his wife, three sons and two daughters. MR. ALAN GOOD [BY TELEGRAPH—OWN CORRESPONDENT] HAWERA, Sunday The death occurred suddenly at Hawera yesterday of Mr. Alan Good, who had for a number of years been a valuer and breeder of stock. He was well known in his younger days as a Rugby player, having represented Taranaki lrom 1887 to 1897. Ho also represented New Zealand. Ho played with his brother Harry against Lilywhite and Shrewburv's team in 1888, when Taranaki defeated this first English team to visit New Zealand. Deceased was a member of the executive of tlio Egnumt Racing Club for many years, and was also an active member of the Kgmont Agricultural and Pastoral Association. He was a Maori linguist, and had given much assistance to the Maoris of South Taranaki. Mr. I Good was born at Urcnui, North Taranaki, in 18G7, being a son of the late Captain Good. He is survived by his I wife, two daughters and one son.

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OBITUARY, New Zealand Herald, Volume LXXV, Issue 23026, 2 May 1938

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OBITUARY New Zealand Herald, Volume LXXV, Issue 23026, 2 May 1938

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