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Saul Joshua (1842–1918)

from Western Argus

The death occurred lately of Mr. Saul Joshua, of the firm of Joshua Bros. distillers, of Melbourne. Although born in Sydney 76 years ago deceased spent most of his boyhood days in South Australia, and came to Victoria with his parents soon after the goldrush began. Mr. Joshua, who was one of seven brothers in the firm, travelled extensively, and spent many years at Mauritius, where a branch was established in connection with his firm's sugar industry. Three sons and a daughter survive him, his wife having predeceased him by two years.

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25 January, 1842
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


25 August, 1918 (aged 76)
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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