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BIRTHS

AGNEW. —On November 17, at St. Helens, to Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Agnew (nee Eunice Stanford), a bonny son. Both well. COSSEY.—On November 16, 1944, at Lyndhurst, to Mr and Mrs. Owen Gossey (nee Reenie McKay), a daughter. Both well. GAUDIN- —On November 17, at Glamis, to Doctor and Mrs. Gaudin. a daughter. GOVOBKO. —On November 16, at Edenhohne Obstetric Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Milan Govorko, a boy. Both well. No visitors for seven days. McGKEGOR. —On November 15, at Ormond, to Mr and Mrs. J. N. McGregor, Bell Road, a son. Both well. o MILTON. —On November 16, at the Auckland Public Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Milton, 20, Ngalso street, Orakel, a daughter. Stillborn. Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Reginald McSweeney (nee Jenn Leith). a son. No visitors for seven days. (Caesarearx.) KIOOJj.—On November 15. at Walhi Annexe, to Zaida (nee Cooper), wife of R. J. Nicol. Waikino, a son. Both well. NORTON.—On November 16, at Jesmond Dene, to Mjisie (nee Blayney), wife ol James Norton, a sor.. Both well. No visitors for seven days. PEACH BY. —On November 16, at Bethany, to Mr. and Mrs. R. Peachey (nee Mansfield), a daughter. Both well. BOSS.—At St. Ann's, to Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Ross. Mission Bay, a, daughter. No visitors for seven days.

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BIRTHS Auckland Star, Volume LXXV, Issue 273, 17 November 1944

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