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ROLL OF HCNOTTR. I ■CRN9-—ln n-.em<>ry of my dearly loved •on Kllrht-I.fputenani T. Roth Burns. ■rHdentallv kill-'d Iwftibfr 1«. 191 S. wWle nylnc M North Weald. Essex. inslflnil. li:srrlei! l.y bis lnothpr. M. H. On-. m-y Id fon<l «nd Invlng meraory of my dfar Frank -". 1"X?1. N.Z.R.8.. ivho dcpiriPfl this' lif- on Pec ruber Iβ, 15»-1. Ho sympathy i< n>>ed«d nnw. His '-ares nre all at n-«t : Thankful am I who today can say. I lorcrl hi'n and did my host. Inserted by his loving wife. Mary Guy. BIRTHS. DEVEKH'K— On December 12. 1922. to Mr anil Mrs. Deverick. 3. (Coring Road, a Joe. Thank* t.. Mrs. Dicks and Nurse Dryland. eOOOWIN. -On December 9. at Willesden Private H»>pital. to Mr. and Mrs. W. Goodwin, a daughter: thanks to doctor md .matron. H*jGHKS. t>ii December IS. at Wlilesdcn Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hughes, a son: Thanks to doctor and matron. JlOMtl*-—"" l'e<-P'»ber 15. at Wlliesden I'rlvatc Hospltnl. tn Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. M irris. ;i iltiuglitcr: thanks to doctor and matron. MIPPS—On Noipuiber 2n. at Fltzherber; Street. Palmerston North, to Mr. anil J. l'hliips. a son: both well. RinilELl..- (in December l.'i. to Mr. and Mrs. Allik Kidtlell. -Tun., of Elizabeth Street. Dominion a daughter (stillborn). Tt'RNER. —To Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Turner (nee Fielderi. of Taumata Rond. Edendale, at Nurse Wigmores, Kingsland Avenue : a daughter. Both well. rPTON.—On December Iβ. at Kelvin, to Mr. and Mrs. I'arker I'ptw). a daughter. WELLS.—On December 14. at "Hylton" Private Hospital. Mt. Eden, to Mr. an-1 Mrs. A. C. Wells, a son. MARRIAGES. BRABA2ON—PETTIT.— On November 7. the Rev. Lamb Harvpy. Florence A. M. : Pettit. se'-onu daughter of Mr. Arthur .1. Usher. Sydney, to William Bovalrd. the .only eon of the late John Brabazon. MakotuKn. Hawke's Bay. ELLIOTT—HCTTON.—On September -25 at St. John's R.C. Church. Parnell. by Monsignor Cahill. Thomas Claude, eldest eon of Mr. T. H. Elliott. Auckland, to >firjn'ie Thornton eldesf d-iughter of Mr. M. B. Hutton. St. Helier's.. HOBNE—GREEN.—On November Iβ, 1922. ;«at . the Church of the Sacred Heart. ■ ; . :.Jonsonliy. by the Rev. Father G. •"•Wright. James AViliiaru. widest son nf ' Mr. and Mrs. James Home, of 9, Aroha Avenue. Morningside. to Mary, eldest dsughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Green, o£ 2S. Sentinel RoaJ. Herne Bay. i LEGG—HAIiVEY.- On NoTemher 1. 1922. »t St. Matthew's Church, by the Rer. Dr. OVallaghan. Henry Charles Walter. , eldest son of Mrs. M. Legg. and the late Mr. Wnlter L.?gE. Onehnngfl. to Virgle. \elilest daughter of Mrs. M. Harvey. Grey I.ynn. and the late Mr. Jason Harvey, of "Tnanies. MORRISON—RADFORD.—On November 29. 1!>22. at St. James' Presbyterian •■•'.. Chnreh. Auckland, by Rev. Geo. Pater- ,-•.'.;': «on: Bruce Frederick, youneest son of ' Mrs. and the iate Mr. L. Morrison, of ■■■ Grey Lvnn. to Mabel Annie, youngest .'■•-,. daushter of Mrs. and the late Mr. Thos. Bedford, of Grey Lynn ■ ' WF4R—MARSH.—On November 20. at St. Stephen's Church, by the Rev. Fras«r sßtrtoa, Roy Gilton. youngest son of tlie v . htfe Sir. «nd ITrs. .lames Weir, of Cnrletto Frances Ivy. gecond daughter ef the late Mrs. Marsh'and Mr. F. Marsh. - . of Auckland. I;)/' . „ ""DEATHg. j ■ - eOKCI^k.— On TwemHer IS. Utt2. at. » Uoep'ra). Daisy Amelia, d^arlr' f*»fe4 wrf. ft j-toes A'rthnr r>wler. of 4. t'p-'nnd SnxA, acctf 39 yosrs. TJio ■snnpT&l »1S ls!i/v Mt. ' ?;•!<«-•- Mo-tn*ry af ±m ajß. t*-nor 'w ' ; 'Sttiflnyi. Decenibpr 17. ff»r Pnrt'■a C'tpftery. OK>rtE._o n Deeemher 15. 192 Cat .lrcVlf.n.l Hn<t)lf»l <«H''H.-nlvl J«.#K ' r f Jon-. o-..«. ~f ~,, c, T-- ne ,i>f s street: aged (H ye<;rs. T>« rnorir ,. o 7 1In pg i,ni O ved liushnn'l of n.— — -- Mor'T nn'l only son of W'fc . . '•'" Mnr>ni. Tlastings. %*tA 'jfl»» W — Or nerraiher v. i<>22 nt .Anc'dand. William J. Tandle: aired SO yea's. At rest. Private interment. TB BrrrnrnßTATT. •RASTER.—-In loving memory of Frank, : e»*»y. of O'-Ve.' June and Doreen. po 1 .-J" df lenly tsk<Mi from n« December Iβ. 1819. One of these days. ?R J SIER-i- :m-.., mi—orv rf m.- rl-r ■brother s u dd="lv tnk-n fro"i Js.D»cenil>er 1". 1O 1". '"T'ntil th« srest d » T "-ho- th« ep.-r.', o' all hen-ts shnll he dl.*'losed." iueo r t P ii- i )v b i S ; , q, 'fr n. Areh-f. T-5. Rd. BRIGG«!._j n fnnd -nd loving mr ronrv o f ray dear "other Ellen, who di-id Deceraher is. n>2l. : ■ Sunshine sbndo-n-t fai;. Inserteil br Lit dnm:bt.'f Alma. I BT/RXS.-)n nrond enA lovin- men.orv o(i . '.lent. T. n r:. Rums. 44th Squadron. t-.A.F.. and Intn member of the Auckland fitv ViTf r.risrale. ki;le.-l . jrWle flrinsr :lt »orth Weald. Rs«ex. on Pwpnilier l«. Ifcs. "Seekln? no rp-rerd. . curded by s>j* con«riPiicp and his God." Inserted by !>is pal. p, .». W. *oX.—ln toi-ini memory of our, ileiir wife ; *nd mother. r. a s*p.l away Decetnber 17. W2l. f.'o,, P . hnt not forgotten. Inserted jy.-oer lovinz htisbanil. sons an.l daughf ters. Bor-«TON._in , ortn!r mKmnr y or my nearly beloved bus-harl J,ni»« Hoiis;<vn. . > who died. 11. in-'l. I do not foraret him. I 10.-eil him t.xi deflrly. . his memory to fade fro.n my life lite » dream. ■y lips uppfl 1)o ; jppni,. when Illy heart mourns si:-f-erp]r. For grief often dwells where It seldom is seen. I y Iti*B-tci !i T his loviiic n-.Te and family. ; IATJDER._I,, <.iil and lorins memory of ""r rear mother, who parsed away Der ; 'fmhrr 17. Ifl2l. year in ttle traVp wnerr var mother is laid, eweet is her memory, that will never fade. .-■■_ JJe have ].j*t. but Heaven has gained :vnc of the be>t this world ever contained. - rear has passed since that sad day, *nen one we iovod was called away. 2™ took her home. It was His win. ,' . «Bt in our hearty she liveth srtU. \ * m! ." ni: fare an<l '''eery clasp ". 81m 1,,.i ~ ~;„,„" ;f ftr " d - fnr enf . h o( 115 \ -_j. Awl fliert helnverl t>v nil. / Sadly by her sorr-.wins dsua-btei »nr, c OT] - Sam , ]l)f] p otpr ,^ DER "^ T " Win " memory of mother. ....«Bo n.-.s:<e,i „„-..,- p o ,.p ra . llpr 17 ln2yl . YoTl"""* fh "'' VO " r ham, ' '''''"' n, - l,cer '- ■. ift l^,iV""oL-p.rT-n. We <=;'i| thee. r i. !ns, i rt< "' '-"" hPr *"" »"•! daughter- In- . 1"W. J. :,,,,1 1.. lender. . . rIAT-p-r. ~ . n , onlo „, rt p - r ■' \^7 c " wh " HwayDrv-emlw- 17. I r- r»r. rlonr m ,,f|,or. •' p,,S'.J'"- "■ ffl ""■"■ ;lri ' , "I'OW. . li „-„ -i. o , si-'erely. - Mourn si'i-nt:,- ntuj Htv. w|,p,, f ,.. r i. „,.„ IIaTS nn|l f . ipnns are few Dea- mMhPr how I think of yon. §S[? to!,''."':"" 1 h.v her s. : .riv<"-1u ■ da'-s-hrer. j . Bflwam Wy"k4. S-Pandl ' hs,dTen - Ann,eaa fit^HL Eß '~~ ll, Ifvfm tnwo v of my d-i H fs"*- who pas-ed away December 17. i omh your „,.„.,, „,, CBd f ,, S! . motller **i'U TOll borp roil- ii ! n en h-ex-e B *SJ" W h "' =n ■« loneiv r*~.7 '--"'I In your grave: Wil* n ""- v lhInl: "° ' avp lonrttteu yon n-V .2 Ht f mp< they sep us smile. lltrlp kn ™ t" 1 " ""■'row • That smile hj,, PS 11)O wbi]e - ■Bn , £T te ' l hr her lorln,r daughter and «ohi " f « and S r9 ndchildren, Maggie an<

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Auckland Star, Volume LIII, Issue 298, 16 December 1922

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