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ARDERN. On July 18. at Ormond, to Mr and Mrs. W. Ardern, St. Heller's, a daughter Both DYSON.—On July 19, 1945. at St. Ann's to Mr Dyson . 01 Epsom, a daughter! FIELDER.—On July 19, at Castlemaine. to Elsie and Albert (nee Dawson), a gift of a wee daughter (Jocelyn Elspeth). Both well No visitors for seven days. GRAY.—On July 18, at Lake Hospital Takapuna to Hec and Essie (nee Paulder), a son B?th well. No visitors for seven days. LAMBERT. On July 18, at Auckland Hospital to Mr and Mrs. s. Lambert, a daughter staff We "' Thanks to nursing HIDWIG.—On July 17. at Lake Hospital. Takapuna, to Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Ludwig of Bavswater, a son. Both well. McFEAT —On July 18, at St. Helens, to Stella and Max, a bonny son. Both well. NICHOLSON.—On July 16, at Lake Hospital Takapuna, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Nicholson (nee Elsie Windsor), a daughter.' Both well SCHOLLUM.—On July 19 ' at L ake Hospital Takapuna, to Mr and Mrs. L. Patrick Scholium, Oaklands. Silverdale, a son. SIXTON —On July 18. at The Gables. Birkenhead, to Sybil and Dave, Mount Roskill, a son Both well. STEVENSON.-—On July J6. at Hawera, to Verna wife of J. p. (Lan) Stevenson, Manaia, Taranaki' a bonny daughter. Both well. TENNANT.—On July 18, at Edenholme, to Mildred, wife of George Tennant, a daughter. Both well. THOMPSON.—On July 18. at Ranui, to Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Thompson, a wee brother for Moureen and Janicc. Both well.

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BIRTHS, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 169, 19 July 1945

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BIRTHS Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 169, 19 July 1945

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