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 - ' MR. WM. O'NEILL. ' After a couple of months...
' MR. WM. O'NEILL. ' After a couple of months Illness, Mr. Wm. O'Neill, liucklnchain's oldest mer-chantand'brieor Its oldest eltlxens, died last week. The late Mr. O'Neill was in his 78 th yeur, and was born at Cratloe Castle, County Clare, Ireland, In Julyi 18L'6. He left Ireland In IMS and settled in Buckingham. In 1854 he went to Australia and New Zealand, returning to Buckingham In llsUl, when he established himself In business In premises belonging fo Mr. M. II. Palmer, corner Charles and Joseph streets, From there be moved to the present premises, which he erected In the early eighties. He made a success ot the .business of general . store, jicny, aowevcr. tne . T V; 1,3 I.. ' agement, . the' burden of which for years hr been assumed by his two sons. Mr. O'Neill was a respected and good citizen and as- such bore his share of the responsibilities of - the- council, of which.: bP-W-as a member when the town was divided Into wards. . He married Mary E. O'Neill, a daughter of the late Mr. John M. O'Neill, who predeceased him many years. The 'cr'SeW -famffy original coifststedof twelve members, six boys and alx ,Vr- r Zrr IVi-i. VJL girls, but death has cot a wide swath and there now-jrema)na.bntthreetwot sisters : Mrs. Dougali." or Windsor; Mrs. Peter McCoy, of Massen, and one brother; Mr. Harry O'Neill, of Masson. Mr. O'Neill Is survived by one daughter. Mrs. A. H. ''Nelson Kennedy, and two sons, Messrs. William E., and John Lewis, to whom the sincere sympathy of the friends of a lifetime go out lrf this their hour of great trial. NEW TURN TO THE TORONTO VOTE CASE

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  1. The Ottawa Journal,
  2. 29 Feb 1904, Mon,
  3. Page 3

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