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 - ; be tonight 'he the Kwsn-tung the announcement...
; be tonight 'he the Kwsn-tung the announcement has the the the he Died Two Hours ifter lie Entered Civic Hospital W. J. Wyatt, Osgoode, . Drove 'to Hospital and Asked for Bed as He Telt Unwell. Less - than two hours sfter he walked Into Civic Hospital last night at midnight, asking for a bed snd ssying he wss not feeling well, William James Wyatt, seed 41, a cattle drover of Osgoode, Ont., died suddenly. There wss no sign of sny injury and sn Inquest into hit death wet opened today at noon by Dr. H. Dover, coroner, end adjourned until Monday night at ( o'clock at the Police Station. . , II was learned Mr. Wyatt went le the keealtsl la a taxi. Hs kid' beea living with a brother, John ; A. Wyatt, ef Oegeode, and left ; there, apparently uv good health. I ea Monday. Hit relatives were' unaware he hed gone to hospital and were shocked upon learning of his deeth early this morning. Mr Wyatt was unmarried. ' Born in Mountain Township, a ton of the late Mr. and Mrs. Hirsm Wystt he lived the greater pert of his life as Osgoode snd was s cattle drover. He wss s member of Osgoode Bsptist Church. Surviving sre: Six brothers. Peter and Fred, of Mountain Township; John A. Hugh. Connell snd Henry, of Osgoode. snd three sisters. Mrs. Edwsrd iMerkley. Mrs. Robert Simter end Mrs. Nelson Simzer. all of Mountain Township. with as own dor Lord but profession with re-elected On Her-bert, to In gsve snd men

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  1. The Ottawa Journal,
  2. 21 Nov 1935, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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