ADAMS.—On September 29. 1896. at his residence, Pitt-street, John, beloved husband of
Lavinia Adams, in his 49th year. ALLEN.—Oh Sbptember 16, at the District Hospital, William N. Allen., father of Tbes. w. Allm, of tliis city: agtjd 76 years. ARMIT AGE.—On September 3, at Kapiti, Ngtinfturu. Frederick William Armltanre, late Manager of thelCiripaka and Waitangi 'Coal, Mines; aged 53 years.—New South Wales and
She-Enid papers please copy. BALME.—Accidentally killed by a fall frem a hone at Bombay on September 12. 1896,' John Balme, dearly beleved son ef George and Elizabeth Anae Balme, of Bombay ; aged 8
years." BARCHARD.—On Septembsr'4, at his residence. Cook-street. Alfred, the beloved busv*ai_d of KUu Btuchard; aged 68 yetr_.
BARION. — On Monday, September 28. at " Lumeah." Upper Queen-street. Auckland. at the age of 66, Jane Crichton Barton, the belored wife of George Elliott Barton, Judge of the Validation Court, Gisborne. BEE SON.—On September 26. at her late residence, Church-street, Devonport, Sarah Jane,, relict of the late Goonre Beeson; aged 77
years.—Sydney and Melbourne papers please .copy. . BItEAKELL.-On September 17. .1896. at Great North Koad. after a long illness, James, beloved husband* of Jane l_i.ea_.ell, in his 79th
year. ...•:*, BUTLER.—On September 11, at his residence. Great North Road, Arch Hill. William, the dearly belo veti husband of Mary Butler; aged
'94 years.' ■ BUTLER.—On SepteMber 26. at Pompaluor Terrace. Pansonoy, Ernest Pereival Butler. infant son of J. H. and Eliza Butler; aged 1
year and 5 months. * ■ " *' * CHERRY.- On September 13, at his residence, Pakuranga, William Walter Cherry; aged 92
years.' CORRIGAN.-On September 7,1896, at Lefuka, Haabui,.' Friendly * Islands, Willie Haapai, .dearly lpved son of J. and D. Corrigan; aged
6 months. '*"* ' -.*■■.. -. . , COURTAYNE..- On September 21. 1896. at North Shore, Auckland, J-Usauiia Courtayn-.;
aged 62 years. DAJ_IN.-.On September 17. at Avondale, Amy. wife of tho late Robert Dakin; aged 59 years. DIGKINSuN.—On September. 2. at Granville, near Sydney (suddenly called honie whil* -*'rigaged in.tliti 3. Avopenrftfr'nitie'tingi Elizabeth. the Uelove,i piokimaip^iaiwii-jf -Auckla*ad.-and topMmr M ; Darljagtoa; Ijps:landt"•'■ *• :-~<'■ *■'■-*-•■ ■*'"-*'■-'")'■ ■*•'"-" '•-■ , _-i" ■"*■ - ■ '■* * ••'- '• '__■ ;Di_oM§poL.-O£t'Thesday; "Sopternber 2? at i+her late residencfe, Sfc-diary's fto»d jPOI-.Ohby, Lily Eliza __**-o'._igool. eldest .daughter of .Ku*sel Dronigbpl: aged 16 years. DUN.\E.—Oh September 5. at Albert-street * Devonport. Jes.sie? the beloved wife of Richard
Dunne; aged 5§ years. GRiFFl'fHs.-On -September 27, at her resi-(_eucp.-Sentinel Ro_-a, Ponsonby, EnatHa. the beloved wife or Albert Griffiths, aad dear mother ot Charles Frederick Griffiths. Werter . Albert Griffiths, ani.Harold Egbert *3riffit_*(., " all of Auckland; aged 66 years. A patient sufferer for years.. Rest at last. HARVEY.—On fc.eptem.ier 20. at his late rati■'•'deuce*,'- Sheeban-street,- Ponsonby, William; . the beloveid* busbaflflpt Mary K. Harvey, and seo'ei-dsonof the late William Harvey; aged • '38 years and 6 months,": HEMUS.—Qn. September ~ at her residence. Bourne-street, Mount Kdeu, Jane, the beloved
.. wife of Henry Hemus. HIGGINS.-On September 24.1896. Ac Auckland. Sarah Ann. second eldest daughter <__ Michael Higgins, of Maketu ; aged 24 yoars. U.I.P. ROWLAND.—On Septembers.at hisrceidf/fieej Rotorua, John, the dearly beloved Buaband of Mary Eleanor,.and only son of the late Capt. Hugh -lowland, of Rauissy. Isle of Man;
: aged 43 years. JACK-SON.—On September 7, at her residence. O*Rorke-street.'ou'ehunga, Jessie, tho beloTed
wifoof James D. Jackson; aged 74years. JACKSON.-On September 3. at his parents' re_ideUce,"" Waldamere," Mahurangi Heads. Samue.l Fitzgerald, tbe dearly beloved third
*" son of W. ti. and J. Jackson, iv hie 20th year. JACKSON.—On .September It, at the residence . of bis sou-in- law (J. Merrick). St. Mary's Itoad, -Ponsonby. Jame*., tho beloved husbani of Eliza Jackson, late Sergeant of Royal Artillery. E.J.C. Agedß2years. R.l.P.—Thames
papors'please copy. JIiRVIS.—On September 9, at her residence. Takapuna. after a long and paiaful illneis. Martha,.relict o: tbe late John Jervii, of Devonport, and sister to the late Fred and
Henry-He win. Queen-street. JUDGE.—On September 30. at Hen ley-street. Parnell. Catherine, wile of P. Judge. R.I.P. KNOwill.-..—On September 18, at Karanga- . bake, Roy Hamilton, the belored child of C H. and A. F. Knowles ; aged 6.weeks. LKV!_. —On September 9. at his residence. Princes-street, in his 48th year. Moss il. Levy, *' eldest' son of the late Jvlyer Levy. MACKY.—On September 3, at hi* residence. Church-street, Lcronpon, Thomas Macky, in ' his 70th year. MARTIN.—un September 27. at his late residence. Upper Q,*jeen-»tr«et, Lucas Jackson Martin, eldest son of the late Wm. E, Martin, i »olicitOT,.lre-&nd*.atfeds&3*-#aCT.m. -* s>_*yct|» McGRATH.—I. nth«2Bth d*y-of-SepteiftblStra* the District .Hospital. -Poster. McGraf j), late oi Newry, Couuty of Dqwn. Ireland; aged 57
years. ■Wfc-'IEL^Qn. s«BtWfeW.f ftt^sL.fesid^ff, husband of Isabella JylcNiel.;,«ged•#ygifo.w MILLER.-On September 11. 1896, at his late residence, Sale-street, Freeman's Bay. Jokn. the beloved husband of.Ellen Miller; aged 89 years.. R.I.P.NKALIE.—On September 13. at his residence, Kerikeri, Pap'akiira. the beloved husband of ..-.Mary Nealie; agedsl years. Deeply rexretted. OTTO.—On September 8. at the residence of his < 3ori-ih-ra*w"(Mr*.Allen).: vVell«Bley-Btreet West, n Andrew, .dearly.beloved husband of Marian Isabella Otto; agdd'62 years. .OTWAY-.— On-.;Sept(.mber 9. at the Vicarage, Lincoln. Canterbury, tbe Rev. E. R. Otway. ■■*late of Auckland.* ----A
PRINGPfC-OniSeptember i, at his residence. . King-street, Ponsonby, Vincent, the beloved husband of Mary Prihcpe. Deeply regretted. PORTERFIELD.-On '. September 26, at his father's residence. Papatoitoi. John, aecond and dearly: beloVed son of Matthew Porterfield; aged 32 years. QLINN. —-At his residence. Karangahake. Patrick Quinn. late of Hamilton; agod 55 years.- R.I.P. RAINBOW.—On September 24, at tbe District Hospital, _*Vnnio, the dearly beloved wife of William Rainbow ;' aged 28 years. Deeply regretted, * •-.••.- REDSHAW.-Oa September 5, at Rosobank Road. Avondale, M-ar-2-areb, beloved wife of John Redshaw; ; ages 48 years. SHARLAND.'^-On September 14. at Narting Home, Hepburn-street, Phebe (Newton) ~ daughter of late J. C.* Sharland, of this oity; aged 39 years. S-VIITH.-Drownod in;the Auckland Harbeur, Henry Smith, late of barque Morval; aged 33 years. • '- SOMERVELL.-On September 29, at bis lata residenoe. Home-street, Arch Hill, after a long 1 and painful illness,.David, the dearly beloved . husband of Christina Clark Somervell, in his 73rd year. Deeply 'regretted. ■SPEAR.-On September 16. at her late residence. Pukekohe, Susan Weville Spear, be* loved wife of Richard Spear; aged 63 yean. Deeply regrettad.- „ STOREY.-On September* 17, 1896, Thomaa •Henry, beloved youngest sen of Charles an* Mary Jane Storey, in his Sth year. STREE Mb September 29, at Lower Nalaoa.
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