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> (Per United Pres3 Association.) Wellington, October 31. Mr C. Hulke, head-master of the Newtown School, was found dead to-doy. He lived by himself, and not appearing at school a visit was made to his house, where he was found m bed, having apparently been dead some time. He was one of the best known teachers in Wellington. Lweb. Mr Hulke's death is supposed to be due to heart disease, but his fiiends were not aware that he had any weakness of the heart, and it was his bojst that he had never had a day's illness all his life. He was seen about in his usual health yesterday afternoon; but two visitors who called at his house last night could gel no response to their knocking. The appearance of the body points to his having had a seizure of some kind. [Mr Hulke was well-known in Wanganui, having for some years been in charge of the Kaitoke School, and afterwards at Foxton. — Ed. W.H.]

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Second Edition., Wanganui Herald, Volume XXXII, Issue 9581, 31 October 1898

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Second Edition. Wanganui Herald, Volume XXXII, Issue 9581, 31 October 1898

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