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BIRTHS

CRAMER. —On* July 27, at Auckland Hospital, to Jean, wife of Clifford S., twin daughters. All well. No visitors for seven days. DALZELL.—On July 27, at Lake Home, Takapuna, to Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Dalzell (nee Marjorie Smith), a son. Both well. GEARD.—On July 2\7,- at St. Ann's, to Mr. and Mrs. Geard (nee June Newton), a bonny wee daughter. Both well. HEWITT.—On July 26, at Dunedin, to Mrs. Mary O. Hewitt, wife of Patrick F. Hewitt, a son. MARKWICK-On July 27, at Ranui, to Nell and Jack, a daughter. Both well. Thanks to nursing staff. No visitors for seven days. MUMFORD. —On July 27, at Jesmond Dene, to Mr. and Mrs. M. Mumford (nee Berry), NewLynn, a son. Both well. MUIR.—On July 28, 1945, at the Annexe. Auckland Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Muir. 24, Nolan Read, -Green. Lane, a daughter. Both well. No visitors for seven days. ROGERSON.—On July 24, 1945, at Tirohla, Hamilton, to Arthur and Alice (nee Hutson). a daughter. Both well. SELF.—On July 26, at Merton Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Stan Self, a daughter. YOUNG.-On July 28, at Lyndhurst, Mount Eden, to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Young, a daughter. • Both well.

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BIRTHS, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 177, 28 July 1945

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BIRTHS Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 177, 28 July 1945

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