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Thomas Mann (1846–1940)

Mr. Thomas Mann, solicitor, 94, of Errard street, died at his home in the weekend. Admitted to the Bar 65 years ago Mr. Mann, until his retirement last year, was the oldest practising solicitor in Australia, and was widely known as senior member of the old legal firm of Pearson and Mann, of Lydiard street. In his earlier years Mr. Mann was a noted athlete, and achieved distinction particularly in rowing, football, and cricket. For many years he was associated with military units, and was an officer in the original Ballarat Rangers.

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