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AITCHISON.—On July 20, at Cornwall Hospital, Nellie Avis, dearly loved wife of William D. Aitchison, and loving mother of Angus. Brian and Moira; aged 49 years. R.I.P. Private interment from C. Little and Sons, Ltd., ZO9, Hobson Street, to-morrow (Saturday). BINES. —On July 20. at Green Lane Hospital, Arthur David, beloved husband of Jessie Margaret Bines, and loving father of Owen, Doreen and Judith; in his fifty-first year. Service 2 p.m. Saturday, at late residence 19, Waiohua Road, Green Lane. Cremation Waikumete Cemetery. BINES. —On July 20, at Green Lane Hospital. Arthur David, beloved son of W» F. Bines and the late Mary Bines, and brother of F. W. Bines (Christchurch), and A. G. Bines (Auckland). DORN.—On July 19, 1945, at Titirangl, Effie Amy, loved wife of Percy Dorn, of Pleasant Road, Glen Eden, and loved mother of Bert, Frank, Joan, Dorothy and Rita; aged 62 years. A service will be held at Watney Sibun and Sons' Chapel, Khyber Pass, Newmarket, at 2.30 p.m. to-day (Friday), the funeral then leaving for the Crematorium. .-.' ELLISON.—On July 19, 1945, at the Auckland Hospital, Thomas Henry, the dearly beloved husband of Minna, and loved father of Iris, Thomas, Ruth, Harold,". Victoria and Geneva. Funeral will leave the Ch»pel of W. R. Battersby, Avondale Tram Terminus, to-morTow (Saturday), at 2 p.m., for Waikumete Soldiers' "Cemetery. FOLEY.—On July 20, at Auckland Hospital, Mary Whilemena, beloved wife of the late Francis James, and loving mother of Zam James Foley; In her seventy-first year. R.I.P. A service will be held at J. Weir and Co.'s Chapel, 70, P6nsonby Road, to-morrow (Saturday), at 10.45 a.m., funeral then leaving for Waikumete Cemetery.

FOLEY.—On July 20, loved friend of Mr. and

Mrs. Court and family. At rest. LILICO.—On July 1945. at his residence Ireland Road, Panmurc, James, dearly beloved husband of Mnrjaret, and loved father of Mrs. Ritchie, Mrs. Gordon Lindsay. Mrs. Vial, David and James; in his eighty-fifth year. Service at W. Morrison's Chapel, Parnell Road, at 1 "15 p.m. to-morrow (Saturday), the funeral leaving afterwards lor Waikumete Cemetery.

NEIL.—On July 20 (suddenly), at her late residence Princes Street, Paeroa, Mary, dearly loved wife of William Neil; in her seventysixth year. R.I.P. Funeral will leave Catholic Church at 3 p.m. Saturday, for paeroa Cemetery. NICHOLAS, John Wndsay.-On July 20, dearly loved husband of Marian, and loved father of Bert Jim. Nell, Harold and Bill, loved father-in-law of Winsome, and grandad of wee Lynnotte. Funeral to leave residence Whltford Road, Howlck, at 1.30 Monday.

NIGHTINGALE.—On July 19, at her late residence 57, Lake Road, Takapuna, Alice Martha, be oved wife of Fredrick William. Service to be held at her late residence at 2 p.m to-morrow (Saturday), leaving afterward for O Neill s romt Cemetery. FHILLIPS.-On July 19, 1945 <»U •„&„?,? residence Parker's Road," Oratia, May Victoria. the dearly beloved wife of James Allen Phillips. Funeral will leave the Cr\pel of. W. R. la tersby. Avondale Tram Teriiinus, to-morrow (Saturday), at 11 a.m., for Waikumete Crematorium. WHEELER.-On July 20.1 1945. at the Auckland Hospital. Catherine, of 179, Gra f ton Road, formerly of Hokianga dearly loved mother of May, Alice, /Stella, Phyllis, Gilbert. Hector, Russell and Jack; aged 70 years £*srvir£a_5 rvi r£ a _ be held at Watney Sibun and Sons Chapel. Khyber Pass, Newmarket, at 2.45 p.m. to-morrow (Saturday), the funeral then leaving for the Otahuhu Public Cemetery. IN MEMORIAM AYRES.-In loving memory of our dear wife and mother, who passed away July 20, 1942 Till memories fade and life departs. You will live for ever in our hearts. Eve? remembered by her loving husband, and sons Albert. Norman (overseas), William. rnNNFiI —In loving memory of Florence, the devoted wife of John Connell, who passed away on July 20 1944. Ever remembered by her

loving husband. CTJTBCSH, Muriel Agnes.—ln memory oi tne sweetest person in all the J-ona. . She was always bright and cheerful. Through the years she struggled on. And those hands that rest lor ever Made the home that now is gone. All you who have your mother. Guard her with loving care. For you will never know the heartache Till your dear one isn t tnere. Marlene and. Melva. CTTBUSH.-In loving memory of Muriel, who passed away July 20, 1942. * Till we meet again. Inserted by her pals Ivy and George. FINLAY.-In loving memory of Frank Clifford 201943. Lovingly remembered by Eddie, ivan, Donal and Mary Lin.

grandchildren. . , Tenderly I touch each one, . JSt»ffTsssr: mother saw l^A^mV^rr and grandmother Mary Ann, wuu »- JUly la&i" missed, but never forgotten. n&ttS, - fflf STed S5 % a crere h d IS iiw>4 n £he° r loving daughter Daphne, Ron and Lynette. Ever of 42 our dear mother who passed away July 20, w*4Hair of silver |K?r^wJ.woriS ? cou«d hold The dearest moMJw daughters Ever remembered by "" Tom Mary and Phyllis, and her son ion.

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DEATHS, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 170, 20 July 1945

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DEATHS Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 170, 20 July 1945

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