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IN MEMORIAM.

BETJTH.—In loving memory of my ffear | husbana. Alfred James, and baby, who departed this life on March 26th. . August 7th, ISO 7. Forget them, do, we never will. Though years roH on. we love them still. Inserted by his loTing wife and children. ...... GBAYDON.—In loving memory; of- our dear ones. Dorothy Irene and Ethel May Daldorf, who were called home, March 26, ISOS, and October 20. 1908. Dearest loved ones, thoii hast left us, Tfionffost dwell with angels new, iAnd a wreath of glory priceless, SparEles on thy shining _brow. The midnight stars are shining, TTpon thy silent grave; Where, sleeping, without dreaming, Lies the one we could not save. Peace, perfect peace. Inserted by the loving parents,, sisters, and brothers, J. and E. Graydon. EDWARDS.—In loving memory of EnrHy, beloved wife of Daniel Edwaras, who died 26th. otMarch, 1903. At rest. . . Inserted by her husband and family, . iUnion-st.. off Khyber Pass. Guernsey papers please copy.

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IN MEMORIAM. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 73, 26 March 1909

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