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DEATHS.

BAKER.—Ait his residence, Birkenhead, James W. Baker, dearly-beloved husbana of Charlotte BakeT; aged 70. Funeral will leave his late residence 2 p.m.. Sunday. EL—IOTT.—On March 27, at the district ■hospital, Charlotte Alice Elliott, the dearly beloved wife of Charles Elliott, East-st., Newton; aged 54 years. The inner—l will leave the residence of Mr. J. Weir, -Western Park, Ponsonby-rd., on 'Sunday, March 28, at 2.30 p.m., for Wat___ete. _UNWELL.—On March 26th, at his late residence, Northcote, tbe dearlybeloved husband of Annie Maria Maxwell; -in his 75th year. The funeral will leave for the Birkenhead Cemetery to-morrow (Sunday) at 2,30 p.m. Friends please accept this intimaton. ITURDOCK.—On March _>th, 1909. Bea- '. trice,' the beloved wife of George Murdock and the dearly beloved eldest daughter - of Annie and the late Martain Hodge, and the only dear sister of Mrs. C. Peters. 21, Cook-st, Auckland; aged 27. r ■ Sadly missed. Deeply mourned. ! Thames and Southern papers please ' copy. •PATERSON.— Lost, with wreck of Rio Loge, oh or about loth January, John Adolph Paterson, dearly beloved husband of Jeannie 'Paterson, and son of the late . Capt. Paterson, of Peterhead, Scotland; aged 3S years, ilnch and deeply regretted. I know my heavenly Father knows, The storms-that would my way oppose; •But he can drive the clouds away, And turn my darkness into dayv WISEMAN.—On March 25th, at New York, . Mabel, the beloved wife of John Wiseman, :of Auckland. (By cable.)

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DEATHS. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 74, 27 March 1909

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