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i i t s e s . h * r e in JJ NATHANIEL DYMENT IS DEAD. Toronto, Out.. February B. — Nathaniel Dyment. • the wealthy luml ermau and turfman, died at his s home in llarrie yesterday after an illness of two " weeks, due to partial paralysis and the formation el 1 a clot of Mood on his heart. Horn in F.xeter. Lng- land, seventy four years ago Mr. Pynient came lo " Canada as a lad of three years, his father taking up P a farm iu Wentworth county. Mr. Inment began , l.n-iness on his own account when sixteen years old, and for the remainder of his life was closely asso- ciated with the lumber business, in which he e amassed a large fortune. As an owner of thorough- 1 bred horses Mr. Dyment was known throughout the e Halted States and Canada, his horses having twice e won the "Kings Plate." He also owned Fort ,t Hunter. Kiiiloydalo and other fast ones, and kept it ni a lagpi stable solely for lore of the sport.