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IN MEMORIAM.

BARTLETT.—In loving memory r,f my dear daughter and sister. Minnie, who passed away May 2S. 191:;. Can we forget? Ah. no ! For memory's golden chain Still binds our hearts to her in love. Till we meet and tom-h again. Inserted by her loving mother and sister Lily. BUSH.-In fond and loving memory of my dear wife. Elizabeth Ellen, who died | May 2S. 1017. Inserted by her loving husband and family. F. ll.* Bush. CT.EAL.—In loving memory of our dear brother Ritchie, who departed this life on May -JS. 1917. A precious one from us is gone, The voice we loved is still: The place Ls vacant in our home. Which never can be filled. Inserted by his loving brothers and sisters. CORBETT. —In loving memory of oar d»ar mother, who departed this life May 2S. 1014. She turned her weary steps to heaven. Wh'-re jeans are never broken: The Master's voice in accents sweet Her name had softly spoken. Inserted by her loving son and daughter-in-law, Frank and May Corbett. HALL.—In loving memory of our dear father and husband. Ri.-hard. who de- j parted this life on May 2S. 1016: aged 4ti. I If love and care couid death prevent. Your life so soon, woold not be spent. Cod took our loved one from onr hands. Bet never from our hearts. Inserted by his loving wife and daughters. O'SCLLIYAN—In loving memory of Daniel, the dearly beloved third son of Mortimer and Catherine O'Suilivau. who died at Mt. Albert on May 2»th, 1000. R.I.P. Inserted by his parents, sisters, and brolfers. Gladstone Road. Mt. Albert. EEREAVEISIErfT AND IN IHEMORIAffI CARDS. — Trie latest designs at the "Auckland Star" OCQce. Shortland Street. Reasonable charg-es and prompt delivery. *"• I

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Auckland Star, Auckland Star, Volume L, Issue 126, 28 May 1919

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IN MEMORIAM. Auckland Star, Volume L, Issue 126, 28 May 1919

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