« THE HON J. T: PEACOCK. The funeral of tMe late Hon J. T. Peacock took place at the Linwood Cemetery this afternoon, and it was attended by a large number of friends of the deceased. The chief mourners were — Messrs J. M'Rae Peacock, W. J. M'Rae Peacock, A. J. Webb, T. B. Garrick, E. R. Welch, H. F. Garrick, G. F. Webb, R. H. Webb, E. H. Garriok, R. E. M'Dougall, J. P. Newman and C. Buchanan. Among others present were: — Captain M'Dougall (Shaw, Saville Company), Mr J. Banks, the Revs J. Orchard, W. Ready, W. Baumber, W. C. Olliver and H. R. Dewsbury, Messrs G. Simpson, C. E. Salter, C. W. Turner, J. B. Fiaher, Thompson, B. M. Litchfield, A. Appleby, C. Louiseon, H. Secretan, A. Evans -(Canterbury Arts Society), representatives of the Alliaace Insurance Company, of whioh the late Hon J. T. Peacock had been chairman for twenty-eight years, comprising Messrs G. G. Stead (deputy-chairman), W. D. Meares, D. M. Walker, H. T. Francis and J. H. Aitken; representatives of the Christchurch Meat Company's directoi'ate (Messrs A. Kay e and G. Bowron) and members of the staff, including Messrs J. S. Bowie, J. Leslie and J. A. Mitchell; representatives of the St Albans Bowling Club, of which deceased had been the first president, including Messrsi F. W. Johnston^, A. L. Parsons and R. B. Walker; Messrs E. J. Staveley and O. B. Pemberton (representing the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Association), J. A. Frostick, W. Minson, S. Manning and J. H. Blaokwell (directors of the Kaiapoi Woollen Company), P. Hercus, C. s Lucas and S. Brice (warehouse staff of the Kaiapoi Woollen Company), P. Campbell and G. Gould (Messrs Warre, Hockley and Co.), F. Graham, H. P. Murray- Aynsley, 3. G. Moore, G. E. Reeves, F. E. Wright, R. Coughley; P. Beckett, W. Harris, D. Matson, Robert Allen. W. H. Gundry, A. R. Bloxam, J. Holmes, J. Oonnal, T. I. Joynt, W. A. Day, C. F. Todhunter, J. A. Brown, A. M'Clatchie, Dr Palmer, Dr Gibson, Messrs A. Ferguson, T. A. Bullick, J. J. Kinsey, A. E. Buxton H. M, Burgin, H. L. Bowker, iun' G. Fieher, J. H. Kirk, C. Turner, A. 'Pitoaithly, W. G. Tonka and W. Tonka. *.■■»,. m Wreaths were sent by Misses Turner, Mrs Kirk, Mrs Tonks, Mr; and Mrs C Louissdn, th© staff at Hawkesbury, the Canterbury Club, Mrs Garrick, Mr and Mrs J. P- Newman, Mr and Mrs J. Holmes the Speaker and memberß of the Legislative Council, Mr and Mrs Biokerton Fisher, Mrs H. R. Webb and family Mr and Mrs Leicester Matson, Mr and Mrs J.. B. Way, Mr and Mrs M'Dougall'; Misses Devenish'-Meares, Mrs Green, Mr and Mrs W. J. Moore, Mrs 3. T. Mateon, Mr and Mrs A. \TH_eby, _&* J' A> Hohnee, Mr and MraD Matson, Mr G. M. M'Clatchie, Mr and Mrs T. Bassett, the directors of the Kaiapoi Woollen Company, Mr W H Gundry,- the Hon W. Montgomery Mr and Mrs Graham, the Alliance Insurance Company, Mr and Mrs C. Matson, the Christchurch " Press "■ Company, the Canterbury Eocietv of Arts, Mr and Mrs J. Palmer Mr G. G. Stead, Mr G. Palmer, SS' E Holmes, Mr A. M, Keller, the St Albans Bowling Club, the directors of the Christchurch Meat Mr W. B. Cbwlishaw and, Mr S. K. i 3 Rev W. 0. Oliver read the burial ■service., s^""" --■••■-••'■
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FUNERAL., Star, Issue 8452, 21 October 1905
FUNERAL. Star, Issue 8452, 21 October 1905
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