Hull Daily Mail/1926/Well known journalist. Death of Mr Lovat Fraser

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Well known journalist.

Death of Mr Lovat Fraser.

LONDON, Tuesday—The Press Association says that Mr Lovat Fraser, the well-known journalist, died at Slough this afternoon.

Deceased, who was for a number of years editor of the "Times of India," afterwards travelled round the work on various special missions for the "Times" of London. His articles, which regularly appeared in the Sunday Press and other publications, were very widely read and commented upon.

He was born in 1871.

Mr Fraser had been ill for about 12 months.

Some of Mr Fraser's early journalistic work attracted the favourable notice of Mr P. A. Graham, of "Country Life" (whose death occurred recently), and later, Mr Fraser joined the "Cheltenham Echo." He next became attached to the "Somerset County Herald" at Taunton, then joined the "Western Daily Press" at Bristol, and from there took the step which more than any other influenced his later career. He went to Bombay, where he became assistant editor, and subsequently editor, or the "Times of India." He became an acknowledged expert on Indian and Imperial politics.

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