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BIRTHS

ASHTON.—On July 14, at Warkworth Cottage ' Hospital, to Ellis and Pat, of Leigh, a' wee sister for Mary Patricia.- Both well. CORRT.—On July 15, at Auckland Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Corry, of Cambridge, a daughter. Both well. DOUGLAS.—On July 15, at St. Ann's, to' Eva, wife of Arthur (overseas), a brother for 'Bryan. Both well. FARRELLY.—On July 12, at Merton, Remuera, to Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Farrelly, a daughter. Both well. FOLLAS.—On July 13, at Auckland Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Follas, Devonport, a daughter i (premature). Both well. Special thanks to'doctors and nurses. FRANCIS.—On July 15, at Jesmond .Dene, to Elsie, wife of K. S. Francis, Sandringham. a bonny son. Both well. JAMIESON.—On July 14, at Merton, Norana Avenue, Remuera, to 'Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jamisson, Avondale, a bonny daughter. Both well. Visitors after five days. FLATT.—On July 13, at ormond, to Dorothy, wife of Walter G. Piatt, Epsom, a son. TOWER.—On July 15, at Pentlands, Devonport, to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Power, a daughter. Both well. SALTER.—On July 15, to Kay and Doug, a son. Both well. SHIELDS. —On July 15, at Bethany, Grey Lynn, to Joyce (nee McHardy) and Richard (Ray), a bonny wee daughter. Both well. Special thanks to doctor and nursing staff. SOLJAN. —On July 16, at Fairhaven, Grey Lynn, to Peter and Gwen (nee Dye), a bonny son. Both well. STANSFIELD. —On July 12, at Otahuhu, to Mr.' and Mrs. Stansfield, of Papatoetoe, a son. Both well. Thanks to doctor and nurse. SULLIVAN.—On July 14, at Pentlands, Devonport, to Mr. and Mrs. Barney Sullivan, a daughter. Both well. TORRIE. —On July 14, at Edenholme, ' Mount Eden, to Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Torrie, a son. Both well. TURNER.—On July 14, at St. Margaret's, Epsom, to Gladys (nee Hodder) and Warrant-officer A. R. Turner (R.N.Z.A.F.), a daughter. Both well. Ton MINDEN. —On July 14, at Orihond, to Sergeant (overseas) and Mrs. Clinton von Minden (nee Mary Bawden), a son. No visitors for seven days. WILSON.—On July 13, at St. Catherine's, Pasadena, to Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wilson (nee Mary Quin Petherick), a son.. Both well. No visitors for seven days. WOODHEAO. —On July 15, at Glamis, to Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Woodhead, Mount Albert, a son. Both well. No visitors for seven days. WYATT. On July 15, at Nurse Miller's, Campbell Road, Green Lane, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Len. Wyatt (nee Joyce Smith), of Leigh, a son. Both well. SILVER WEDDINGS SCOTT—ANDERSON.— On July 16, 1920 by the Rev John McGeath, at Cambuslang Institute, Scotland, Helen Anderson, only daughter of the late Mr and Mrs. John Anderson, to Lauchlan Scott, fourth son of the late Mr and Mrs. John Scott. Present address: 38, Aitken Terrace, Kingsland.

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BIRTHS, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 166, 16 July 1945

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BIRTHS Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 166, 16 July 1945

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