THE MEMBERS OF THE FAMILY OF THE LATE MRS. BRODERICK, of Henderson, tender their sincere and grateful thanks to all their friends and neighbours for kindnesß and sympathy shown them in .their" sad bereavement; also, for; t_e-le*ters, cards, telegrams, and kind mesE_'geg"'ot.sympathy, sent them. R;-W. DANIELS AND FAMILY desire to convey their sincere thanks to all kind Iriends for their sympathy in their late sad bereavement, especially their employers and Mrs Welch, Urs Teagne, Nurse Virtue, and Dr. Inglis,'.for. their untiring attention. MRS. .HJONTER AND ME. HILL AND FA___- wish i» tender their sincere -hanks to ail those who sympathised with them in their sad and sudden bereavement; also,- for- 'kind letters and telegrams and —oral •wre_ths; also/ "the Onehunga and Auckland Post Office staffs; also, the nurses —ndJDr.' Gore GOlon, of the Auckland Hospital, for their untiring attention.
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