KNOX.—In fondest memory of my dear wife who passed away on March '22nd, 1904." Gone but not forgotten. Inserted by her loving husband. PERKINS.—In fond remembrance of our dear Beatrice, of Te Kopuru, who de- . parted this life March. 22nd, 1907. Lone is the spot where our dear daughter lies. Cola are the sods that are heaped on her breast; She Is in heaven! ah. there would we be, Beatle, dear Beatie, we still think of thee. She has gone to her rest and her ashes are laid, Like the wan leaves of autumn that died in the shade; Unknown and forgotten by some she may be, ' But the earth that enshrouds her is holy to ns. Inserted by her loving parents, sister, and brothers.
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