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DEATH OF MR. J. D. DUNN.
Another old Hamilton identity passed nwnv on Thursday afternoon in the person of Mr. John H. Dunn, who had resided in the town for 52 out of the toi years of his life. The deceased was n native of Geelong. He was n bricklayer by trade, and with his late father was engaged in the construction of some of the largest • buildings in Hamilton. The late Mr. Dunn was a prominent member of the Methodist church, and he was also an active member of tlio I.O.K., which he joined in 1878, being one ol the oldest members of the Western Pioneer Tent. He parsed through all the degrees of the order. He was also a trustee of the friendly [Societies' ground. In 1S87 he mar I rind Miss H. 1?. Luxton, of Maour
I thur, who survives him with a fa ' mily of nine children—eight daugh
! ters and one son. 'This deceased he ' cumo affected with a pai'uliytic stroke
about five months ago, since when he had been in indifferent health. The funeral will 1-save deceased's Into, lesidcnce in French-street this nfter noon at 2.'SO o'clock.