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IN MEHOEIAM. MAWKEe.-d loving memory of our dear husband and father Arthur Henry who paesed away. December 17. 1917. Like lry in- the withered oak. When all things else decay: Oitr love for him will still keep green. And ivver fade away. Inserted by his loving wife and family, OneMinga. O'RI'UJVAN.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who died suddenly at TaKnpuna. Deceml>er 17. l!t20: also our dea;fnther. James Smith nho died December -'0, 1807. What is home without a father and mother. What are all the Joys we meet. When their lnvine smiles no longer Greet the coming of our feet. Once their home was bright and happy. Now so sad and lone: Tlicy Yrt*rp 8 pcrfppt fst lipr Anil motn**r. The sunshine of their home. Inserted by their loving dnughter and son-in-law. A. nn-d W. Aiding. Uaetlh!. ROSEN! AN.— In loving memory of Jack. who passed away December 10. 1021. fieter-In-law. Bert arid Kitty, Melbourne. SMITH.—In sad and loving memory of our dear baby Seiwyn iBilly), who paseed away. December 17. 1917. Tt only seems but yesterday. So swell his memory keeps. Inserted by his loving mother and Nana. SMITH. In ever loving memory of our dear littln cousin, who fell asleep. December'l7, 1018. He has gone from those who loved him dearly. Like a pnre white flower cut >lown In its bloom. Oh. why was he taken so soon? Inserted by his loving loualns. Charlotte and Eric. WILSON.—In fond and loving memory of our dear mother. Lavinia Wilson, who passed away, December IS, IW9. Ever . remembered. Inserted by her loving sons iind daughter*. ■KREAVEMENT ftOKNOWLEDOMKNTa. THE FAMILY OF THE LATE MRS. S. B.RAMBLY wish to thank .Dr. Drier and ■Mrs. Flowerday for their kindness shown to our mother in her recent Illness, and also for letters, caras, and emblems received. MR. AND MRS. CIRTIN wish to thank the doctors, sisters and nurses of Ward 23, .Princess Mary Hospital, for the great ktnd ne:« shown them during their son's long anil painful niness: also Dr. Hunt and all kli.d friends for beautiful flower*, letters, telegrams, and act of kindness in their sad loss. MTSS. HOCGHAM AVD FAMILY desirf to thank all Wind friends who sympathised with them In their recent bereavement, also for letters, telegrams and floral emblem*. MRS. MORGAN AND FAMILY wish tc sincerely thank all those who sympathised with them in their sad loss. Special thankf to Rev. and Mrs. Coats, Auckland Gas Co employees, members of A.E.I*.. Weeks Ltd.. the boys of Newton, doctors, sisters ■nd the nurses of No. 2 Ward, Auckland Hospital, teachers and. children in special class of the Normal Training College; alsr for letters, cards, telegrams and flora! emblems received. MEMORIAM CARDS. LETTERS OF THANKS. ETC.. Printed •: THE " STAR " OFFICE. AT SHORTEST NOTICE. FOTOBBAX. DIBECTORS. C — LITTLE AND SONS. LTD.. UnJei • taken and Embalniers, "Marble Arcu." Hobwm-jt.. ' Ancfc>«n<!. Phone 561. JD WANJEY SIBUX. Undertaker, Efliualinei ' » Phone M4A. .Newmarket Symonds 3t Official Underfker, AncU»n4 ff«»PlUl.,_t JAS. JAKIESGV. Funeral tlndertakar. 2>. . Belglnm Stiee* (late Upper Queen sli near Xewton Kat.t School. 'Phone 253. .B nmxKp AND BAIiL, Undertakeri, Luan I*• oei7' Street, ' Phone?- Rui, ! 332: Pi-jTgte, l«a g. rlnata). h M' i-IVOR AND SO»3. Karanxahape Road Phones β-w. 3JKS (J rings). Pollnhe< I Caskets a upeclaltr. - ■ T Itttestebn park funeral, co.. to !V\ Pomonby Rd. Jai. Weir, Manager ' Knnerals FnrnUheJ. Tows or Country M"tor»- Phone 1838. I W~ TATLOB AND SON. 'Phone 33P!A , 'Dominion Road Terminus.—Funeral' i Furnlsned at Lowest Rates. Official Under takerv Auckland Mental Hospital. HF' MOKUMINTAI. MASONS. imSKS AND DEAN. Monumental Masonx Jj Manukau Rd.. Newmarket. Phom l A2HKS. All classes of Cemetery Work Prices on application. I j-VTOKTH ACCKLAXD MONUMEXTAI I WORKS.—M. 1.. Staple. Man.mi Rd. , Whai.garel. I'houe llil. Design* and Price ion application. 1 J ——^^^. MUSIOM INSmUMKNTS FOR MLS. BANJOS from £2, Mandoline from £: 10/, Accordeons irom 20/, UUiilcle i trom 2.>/. Bargains. —60, Victoria Sr. 10! t COLLECTION Gramophone Records fo , J Sale, mostly good stuff, about UK) 121n ifii> lOln, cheap.—os. Jervolg ltd. I nOL'UMiBIA Gramophone Cabinet and 7' I JJrst-'lass Record?. practii-ally new / Owner, leaving district, must sell. £U5. I Bars*l£. Star._ 7 1 fIRAND Violin. D.idd Row. £25: Vlolii lU by Honf. superior liow. £S -Conroy j 11. St. A!''i-n'« Ay. ft Vi'RAMO'P.HONE with Cabinet flni for Sale: good engine am 'lone: accept £12.—Hewison, Captain St. ! Onehunita. 30 ORNLESS Oak Gramophone, eUen motor, guaranteed: »".— »Vade. Taiie ! n-:cle 37. KArangaliape Rd I Anckla-nd. J MAXDOLIK. splendid tone, in case, ft Sale.—73. Park Rd.. Grafton. 33 ASDOLIXK. in, ea-*e. new set ftrinas.Apply Ralph's PUaraiacy, opp. G.P.O I Symonds su T>HOXB 40W*.—KdlsoD Dealers for expei I X Gramoplior.e and Phonograph Repair Machines called for and delivered. 1 REXONOLAS. new hornless. No li ■ double spring, only £7 usual pri< £10.—70. City Chambers. Ifi \ ViOLIN. beautiful tone: a bargain at £» ' Address at StaE: 2i X A GLORIAS XMAS OFFEI X\rE have solved the RKTCiTM) Pt'TtCH \t jVV ly.;-; r'Ri>"!LKM for yon by eslendlr lorr EASY ri"R"HASE SYSTEM to r* I LATEST RECORDS, and WE CHARGE N I INTEREST. la addkloa we supply you with the BE>S ItONBD GRAMOPHONE IX TfTE WORL I for ! £1 DOWN AND r< A WEEK. ! £1 DOWN AND 5' A WEEK. r «O WHY BE WITHOCT MrSIC THI ! - XMAS? • ! PAY WHILE YOU PLAY. • i V EWCO MB F. T TD. i.THK FIRM THAT PIT THR EES I 1 EASY T:»TtMi«i. 137. KARANGAHAI-E ROAD. ' ' MUSICAL INSTRUMEWTt WANTED. GRAMOPHONE, hornless, double sprin w.intcd.—3. Avwn St.. Parnell. 4L\l\VijkiUß- wantetl : good conditaiot xiatv price.—Music, 455, Stae. 01 . i = ! = ~ *~ = ! . LEASE OFFERED. I i T EASE for term. 4 acred grass, orcbar 1 \~i etc.. big' bouse, near beach, besii r trams: Immediate posseslon.—Phone 291 LBASE of Small Shop and Fittings, Li ing Rooms attacbed. in progress! country town, good opportnnity for flrs class dreesmaker. —Address at Stab. 7' HOP Lease f<>r : good locaTlF; modern shop.—Shop. MO. Stab. 3' /-"IARPET Cleaning. Spring Cleanin t \J Honce Waenlng.—Vacnum Cleanli 4 Co . 15. Lome St. 'Phone 1769. Estlmat free.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Auckland Star, Volume LIII, Issue 298, 16 December 1922

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