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Fraser The death of Mrs. Annie Johnston, 74, a well known and esteemed Whitney Pier resident occurred yesterday morning in City of Sydney Hospital after a brief illness. A native of Boularderie Mrs. She resided at 27 Connaught Street. George Morrison , Truro; and Pearl Mrs.

John Crowley, and Mrs. Edward Adams, both in Massachusetts. Interment will take place in Forest Haven Memorial Gardens. The deceased was a man of sterling integrity and a good kindly neighbour. He leaves a widow, seven sons and five daughters to mourn their loss. May his soul rest in peace. Two sisters and three brothers survive. Death of Alfred Jones - Glace Bay, May 12, - The death took place last evening at the home of his son Bryon, of Alfred Jones, age 75, after a brief illness following a paralytic stroke he suffered a few days ago.

Jones came from Newfoundland, 23 years ago and settled on Highland Street for himself and raised his family. He worked practically ever since coming to Glace Bay with Dominion Coal Company in their Masonary and brick laying department. Jones was well known and very highly respected here by a large circle of friends who will learn of his death with much regret. He is survived by three sons and two daughters and a large number of grandchildren. The daughters are, Mrs. Thomas Williams and Mrs. George Horwood, living in Vancouver.

The funeral takes place Tuesday afternoon leaving the house at 2 o'clock for St. Mary's Church, where services will be held.

Interment will be in Greenwood Cemetery. Patrick Joyce, at the age of 85 years, after an illness of one week. Death was caused by a stroke of paralysis. Joyce who came to Halifax in , from County Cork, Ireland was one of the pioneer bakers of this city conducting a business, near the corner of Duke St.

He had a wonderful memory and could recount many interesting tales of old Halifax. His wife who died some time ago, was the daughter of Daniel Keleber, a well known school master of this city. Mulcabey of the Customs Staff at Halifax. The interment will be made at Holy Cross Cemetery on Friday afternoon at 2 pm. Enjoying his customary good health today, he was stricken shortly after he retired this evening.

Dr Hugh Martin was summoned but the attack proved fatal and he succumbed shortly after being stricken. His passing removes a prominent figure in the coal industry of Cape Breton, and one of the old links of the Nova Scotia Steel and Coal Company.

Born in New Glasgow, he joined the railway department of the Scotia company in , and remained there until , when he went with the Indian Cove Coal Company, and about 10 years ago was promoted to the presidency of this independent organization.

Of a quiet and retiring nature, he nevertheless associated himself in various community undertakings and was particularly interested in sport, and this year was chosen as President of the Ramblers Baseball Club. His totally unexpected passing will come as a distinct shock, and will be regretted and mourned by a host of business associates, townsmen, friends and acquaintances in Cape Breton and elsewhere in the Maritimes. Besides his widow, he is survived by three daughters, Ruth, student nurse at New Glasgow hospital, Josephine, training at New Waterford hospital, and Mary, student at Acadia University; one son, Logan, in Chicago.

The late Mr Johnson has not been enjoying the best of health and early in the year entered a sanitarium in Battle Creek, Michigan, returning to Sydney Mines three weeks ago, appearing in the best of condition. Funeral arrangements will be announced later.

In religion he was a Presbyterian, and a valued member of the congregation here. She was well and favorably known in various parts of the Island having been a school teacher for many years. She had been ill only a short time, having been stricken last Tuesday. The funeral will take place on Monday afternoon from the family residence to Lakeside cemetery.

Deceased was a member of Calvary Baptist church. Fraser A widely known Cape Breton resident, Hugh Johnson, 70, died early Sunday morning at his residence on Rockdale avenue, following a general illness. He had been ailing for the past six months, but in the past few weeks his condition became grave and ended in death about 6: Shortly after coming to Sydney he conducted a grocery store at the corner of Charlotte and Falmouth streets and later disposed of the business to enter the employ of the Dominion Coal company at New Waterford and continued in the service of the corporation there until stricken with his final illness.

In the earlier days he was a prominent figure in turf circles and besides owning a number of horses he played a leading role in the development of this sport. News of his passing will be learned with deep regret throughout Cape Breton and there will be general mourning as the late Mr Johnson enjoyed the esteem and the respect of everyone who knew him.

District President and Mrs Freeman Jenkins, was held from the residence of his grandfather, Sam Jenkins, this afternoon. Service was conducted at the house by the Rev G E Whidden, pastor of Warden United church, and two hymns were sung by the gathering. Pall bearers were George Binder and Roy Jenkins. He had been ill only a few weeks. A farmer all his life, he owned and operated Fairhome Farm, one of the finest of its kind in the province.

Left to mourn his passing is one son Charles. His wife predeceased him about eight years ago. The funeral of this well known man will be held on Wednesday afternoon at 2: Interment to be made in Lakeside cemetery, North Sydney. A farmer all his life he owned and operated Fairhome Farm, one of the finest of its kind in the Province. A man of sterling qualities his death will be mourned by a large number of friends. He was a member of St. The funeral took place on Wednesday afternoon with a service at St.

Interment was in Lakeside cemetery, North Sydney, Rev. The deceased was a son of Mr and Mrs Clifford Jackson, Crescent street, and was well and favorably known in town. Although ill that time, Mrs Johnstone had been seriously ill for only the past seven weeks. She died at 7: Mrs Johnstone is survived by her husband, widely known in this community and five children, Earl, Billy, Doris, Roy and Mary. Funeral services will take place Thursday afternoon at the home 2: Sincere sympathy of a widespread circle of friends is offered the bereaved husband and family and other relatives.

Fraser The death occurred yesterday morning, following a lingering illness, of Mrs Katherine Johnstone, age sixty five years. The late Mrs Johnstone was all her lifetime a staunch adherent of the Presbyterian church and her death will be learned with regret by a wide circle of friends.

The funeral will be held Sunday afternoon from the residence of her son Harry, at 3 Furnace street. Service at the home, commencing at 2: Interment was made in Trinity cemetery. The pall bearers were J. The deceased was a daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas Jeffries and was born at Sydney Mines nineteen years ago and was quite popular with the younger set. She became ill several months ago, and was for some time a patient in Harbor View Hospital, and altho she received the best of medical attention she passed away on Sunday.

Besides her parents and grandparents, she is survived by four sisters, Mildred, Rose, Lillian, Winnie and three brothers, Joseph, Thomas and Michael. At the time of the distressing accident Jessome was working at the coal face with his brother Patrick Jessome.

He was removed to the surface and on examination it was learned he was beyond medical aid and passed away a few minutes later. The deceased was a native of Millville, Boularderie where he leaves a widow and two children. The late Mr Jessome was well and favorably known in this district and was considered a careful and energetic miner.

His untimely death was learned with profound regret by his fellow workers and friends. The funeral was held at Island Point cemetery on Wednesday and was attended by a large number of relatives, neighbors and friends. The deceased who had been in poor health for some time passed away at an early hour Sunday, having been fortified with the full rites of the Roman Catholic church of which he was a devote member.

The late Miss Johnson was eighty six years of age, was born there and resided on the old homestead. She was of a kind and loving disposition and will be mourned by a large circle of relatives and friends, Mrs George Nicholson, of this town, is a sister of the deceased. The funeral will be held on Tuesday. Fraser North Sydney, Dec 14 - Donald Johnson one of the best known and highly respected residents of Leitches Creek passed away at his home last night following an illness of three weeks duration.

The deceased had been in failing health for some time but was able to carry on activities about his farm until three weeks ago when he took to bed. Born at Leitches Creek 80 years ago the late Mr Johnson resided there all his life and conducted one of the most modern farms in the district.

He was a well known figure and always took an active part in community affairs. His wife predeceased him eight years ago. He leaves to survive three sons and four daughters. The funeral will likely take place Saturday afternoon from the family home to Leitches Creek cemetery.

He was employed with the Abitibi Pulp and Paper Company, and was working at one of their logging camps in North Ontario woods. Death was due to natural causes, according to the telegram received by the Postmaster here.

Persons knowing this young man and who can furnish the police with any information as to his relatives, are requested to get in touch with Police Chief W R Tracey. Later he removed to Yarmouth, N.

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