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DEATHS.

BREWER.—Elizabeth Bertha, beloved wife ol Henry James Brewer, at her late residence, Jervois-rd., Ponsonby, in her 52nd year. Funeral wlil leave her late residence for Waikumete on Sunday, isth. at 2 p.m. Friends please accept this intimation. DUDLEY.—On April 14th, at Chelsea, accidentally killed. Henry Dudley, the dearly beloved husband of -Ellen Dudley, of Lome-street,'and xhird son of Henry Dudley, of Asubnrton: aged 34 years. Funeral will leave his late residence. Lorne-st., on Saturday, April 17th, at 2.45 p.m., for Waikaraka. Friends please accent this intimctiou. EAKRIS.—Mary Ann Elizabeth (Annie), of Opotiki, at St. Lennard-st., Devonport; aged. 37 years. ' —- - - Interment at Opotiki. BEEVE-—On April 15th, 1909, at the residence of her son-in-law (Mr. TV. Parris), 26, College Hill, Emma Jane, dearly beloved wife of Frederick Reeve; aged 67 years. No mourning, by request of deceased. Interred this day at Purewa Cemetery. TAYLOR. —Drowned in the Manukau Harbour, about April Sth, 1909. William, the beloved son of Mary Taylor, of LincolnEt. Ponsonby; aged 2S years. Private interment. ■•-;•

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DEATHS. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 90, 16 April 1909

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