Hass obit & resolution
"Brothcr-fiood a a success-|ypf DIED, resilience in l.afavpite T.a Monday, Auirust S4th. lfiill. nt 2M o'clock p. m., Abuauam Haas, aged Mr. Haas was born at Rilzheim, Bava na, uctoDer lBth, 1824 Ho had been a resident of this parish about forty years; and at one time was largely engaged in pursuits. ±io was widely known and much respected. He was a Mason, and was buried by that order in the Jewish cemetery near town. The Lodzcmct nt itn hnlt ™ T..r.«t<i<r August 25th, 1891, and appointed a committee which reported as follows. We are again called upon to mourn the lOSS Of BnOther WnrlTiV flrr>tlir.r"rrr»m th,. Masonic circle. Brother Abraham Haas ho down to sleep to awak" en only in eternity. xetolved. That in the death of Bro. HaaS the Order has lost a rmnrf nnrl tr.in member, and ready to assist by his presence in the discharge of any duty required of him, even though often physically weak and infirm. - Ilesohed, That we will cherish his memory as a devoted, honest and upright man and Mason, a good father and a kind husband, Iteiolvcd, That while we dcolore the event, we humbly submit to the Inevitable fate of humanity and to the will of bod, the author of life and all things Resolved, That to his family we tender our sympathies and commend them to the l.itherof mercies, who can alone giro comfort and consolation in their sad bereavement. lieaOhed. That. ncrOrHinn- tn nrrlr.ro r>f the Lodge, we wear the usual badge of uiuiuiuj; i„i iiiiriy nays, aud tnat f these resolutions be senf m thn fr,,.,u"v of deceased, Jos' a" CHAMOIS.