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BOURKE. —bn July 14, at Sydney, to Jean (nee Crossley) and Bill, a daughter. Both well. CREAGH.—On July 17, at Glamis, Mount Albert, to Ina, wife of Quentin Raymond Creagh, of Epsom, a son. Both well. NICHOLSON.—On July 16, at Lake Hospital, Takapuna, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Nicholson (nee Elsie Winson), a daughter. Both well. BHORTT.—On July 17, at Ormond, to Peggy, wife of Geoffrey M. Shortt, a daughter. No visitors for seven days. STROOBANT.—On July 17, 1945,. at Lyndhurst, Penrhyn Road, off Pencarrow Avenue, Mount Eden, to Mary (nee Davidson) and Sergeant Monty Stroobant, Second N.Z.E.F. (overseas),- a son. Both well. Visitors after seven days. WATSON. —On July 18, at St. Ann's, to Alice and Arthur Watson, Orakei, a daughter.

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BIRTHS., Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 168, 18 July 1945

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BIRTHS. Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 168, 18 July 1945

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