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vMcMECHAN. —In loving memory of my dear mother, who' departed this life on 17th April, 1908 (Good Friday), at Paeroa. "Not lost, but gone before." Call not back the dear departed, Anchored safe where storms are o'.er; On the borderland she left us, Soon to meet and part no more. Inserted by her sorrowing daughter, A. Agnew, Waihi. InTsad and "loving memory of our dear mother, who departed this life; on April IT, 1908. Gentle In. mind; patient in pain. Our dear mother left us, heaven to gain; With actions so noble, generous, and kind, •Few in this world her tqual could find. Not gone from memory, not gone from love, But gone to hex Father's home above. Inserted by her loving daughter and eon-in-law, Mary and Francis Stanley, and her grand-children. PORTER.—In sad but loving memory of our dear Fred., who died on April 18th, 190 S. ; I saw him suffering day by day, It caused mc bitter grief To see him slowly pine away, And could not give relief. \ ; N6t dead to mc, I loved him aear, t . Not lost, but gone before— r.- He lives with mc in memory still, > ;_" " " And will for evermore. ! Inserted by his sorrowing wife, and also ■ his parents, sisters, and brothers. TAYLOR.—In fond and loving memory of onr dear Agnes, who departed this life ;, on 17th April, 190 S. i!A vacant spot which we never can fill, Jβ-caused by who is laid so still; üßut Jesus thought it best for her not to c— -roam, -••- - And called her away to His eternal home. ■Sleep on, dear- Agnes, «nd take thy rest, They miss you most who loved you best. Inserted by her loving parents, sisters, : and brother,- G. H. and A. M. Taylor.

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IN MEMORIAM., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 0, 17 April 1909

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IN MEMORIAM. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 0, 17 April 1909

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