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M f™ A ' L -—In gloving memory of Mrs. McPhail. who departed this life July 25 1943 S remembered by Jack and Esma Hudson. 5 M iT?- H v 1,1 ?, G «o r se— In lovlm memory of our %l/u. Z1. e J'„ who P assed a-'-ay J»iy 25. 1943. Robert KKM ana Droulcr Margaret and M hr^tw L^~ In lovln B memory of my dear Brother George, passed away July 25, 1943 Always remembered. Harry. !ovin e memory of our dear husband July 25 1943 P3SSetl 3Way tWD years sg0 ' You can only have one father, So patient, kind and true: No one else in all this world, Can take his place for you. These who have a father. Please cherish him with loving care; For you will never know heartache and tears; I ill you see his vacant chair. Inserted by his loving wife and family, Onakune Junction. REAN.—in loving memory of dad, who passed away on July 25, 1943. Not just to-day. but every day. We remember you. Inserted by Horace, Stella and family. REAN.—In loving memory of dear dad, who passed away July 25. 1943. A dear father gone, but not forgotten. Inserted by his loving daughter Beryl, and son-in-law Tom. REAN, Henry.—ln loving memory of dear dad, who passed away July 25. 1943. Thoughts return to days long past. Time rolls on, but memories last. Ever remembered by Bert. SHARP.—In loving memory of our dear dad and grandfather, who passed away July 25, 1941. Always in our thoughts. Inserted by his loving son Will, daughter-in-law Madge, and grandson Des. SHARP.—Treasured memories of our darling dad and grandfather, who died Julv 25, 1941. A thought for to-day, A memory for ever. Inserted by his daughter Violet, and grandchildren. SHINE.—In loving memory of my dear mother, passed away July 25. 1935. The call was sudden, the shock severe, we little thought the end was so near. And only those who have lost can tell. The sorrow of parting without a farewell. But deep in our hearts a memory is kept. Or you. darling mother, w<i will never forget. Inserted by her loving daughter Chrissie, Gordon and Torstig. SHINE.—In loving memory of dear mum. who passed away July 25, 1935. When last I saw her smiline face. She looked so happy, bright and well; Little did I think that day. It was our last farewell. Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in-law Evelyn and Bill. SHINE.—On July 25, 1935. She bade no one her last farewell. She said good-bye to none; The heavenly gates opened wide. And a Gentle Voice said "Come."

Always remembered. Ernest Bowden. SHINE.—In loving memory or grandma, passed away July 25, 1935. Loved and remembered the same to-day, As in the hour she passed away. By her loving grandchildren Dick and Muff. SHINE—In loving memory of our dear mum, who died July 25, 1935. You are always in our thoughts. And a leaf in the book of remembrance. Is gently turned to-day. Inserted by Mary, Leavina and family.

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IN MEMORIAM, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 174, 25 July 1945

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IN MEMORIAM Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 174, 25 July 1945

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