Clipped From The Ottawa Journal
MR. HENRY W. HOBINSON. The death occurred on Triday last of Mr. If. W. llohinson. of 9 Olen avenue, Ottuwa South, following a protracted jiint-as of some months. Mr. Ilnhmeon was well known in the city as a real estate agent and waa at one time in busl-I ness with Mr. X. V. Rogers, who lost his life in an accident some years ago. Mr. ttohinaon was born at Treadwell; nl., the son of the late Mr. and Mrs Kli Robinson, of) that placo. and for many years farmed on his father's homestead at Treadwell. About IS yenrs ago,! however, he removed with his fam- Hy to Ottawa, when he began In the real estate business- For the last four years he had not devoted the whole of his time to hla Work as he had been In filling health. Mr. Kohlnaons sudden Ill-health followed a nervous breakdown caused by the sudden death" of his son, Eher Robinson, who waa drowned In the Rldeau River four years ago. In hla twenty1 -first year. Mr. Robinson had never fully recovered from the shock of the death of his only sbn Besides hla wife, he leaves, to mourn hla loss, four sisters. Mrs. A. Hughes, of Treadwell. Ont.: Mrs. John Holmes, of- Vankleek Hill: Mrs. Alec Stalker, of Navan, and Miss Hilda Robinson, of Blackburn, Ont. The funeral will be held at 10 30 o'clock tomorrow morning from the chs-pel of Burney and Son. Ill Somerset street, to Beech wood cemetery. Rev. J". Harvey Strike, pastor of Ottawa South Methodist Church, or which Mr. Robinson was a devoted member, will conduct the service.