CLARK&ON.—On July 28, 1945, at the Green LancwHcspital, John Clarkson, late of 14, College Hill, Ponsonby; aged 47 years. The funeral will leave the Ivlurinei's" Chapel, Sturdee f.treet. ut 11 a.m. to-morrow (Tuesday), for Waikumete Cemetery. DAR3Y.—On July 28, 1945. at a private hospital. Auckland. Lei ward Joseph, dearly beloved husband oi Amelia Eliza Darby, 37, Franklin Bend, loved fathc-r ol Rita (Mrs. Lyon), and bloater cf Mrs. M*« <ay, i-a trick, Thomas and V/.-lLcr; ageci 77 -/.ars. R.I.P. Requiem Mass will be cjicb-di d at Sacied iicurl Church, Pcllsoll&;.•. at 9 r.m. to-morrow iTuesday), prior to in.;.iacnt at "»,a .-iumete Cemetery. Rosary at cl.urch at 7 •/"•wCk this evening. EDMOiSS.—On July 1545 (suddenly), at her late rcsidsnc2 7. V:.2 bo. • richer*s Bay, Auckland, Mary Matilda, loved wife oi Dr. >.:ix.y' i-d;nc-nd.'j. and iovca mother of Peter and Eofc; 69 ye~rs. A service will be held at Vw au:ey Situn and Sons' chapel, Kiiyber Pass, Newmarket, at 1U.30 a.m. to-morrow (linsday), the funeral then leaving lor me Cremutoiium. EDWARDS. —On July 29, 1945, at her residence iB. Maxwell Avenue, Grey Lynn, \ iclst Annie Fiern.ng, dearly beloved wife of Charles William Edwards, and loved mother ol Liiiin, Ronald (overseas). Ivy and Albert (overseas); aged 51 years. God needed her for higher service. He spared our dear one so mucn pain, So we must not grieve her passing, For our loss to her is gain. A service will be held at St. Golumba's Church, Grey Lynn, to-morrow (Tuesday), at 1.3U p.m., funeral then leaving for Hiilsboro' Cemetery. FRASLR.—On July 29, 1945, at her late residence 27, Russell Street, Stumey Bay, Mabel Nicola, dearly loved wife of John Thomas, and loving mother of Mavis and Lorna; in her sixtieth year. Interred this day at Waikumete Cemetery. HONAN. —On July 28, 1945, at a private hospial, Auckland, John Honan, late of County Clare, Ireland; aged 63 years. R.I.P. Requiem Mass at St. Benedict's Church at 9 a.m. to-morrow (Tuesday), prior to interment at Waikumete Cemetery. I HUTCHINSON.—On July 29, 1945, at her residence 34, Marine Parade, Heme Bay, Fanny Penrose, 0 dearly beloved daughter of the late Peter and. Ann Ellen Hutchinson; A service will be helcjat the above address at 12 noon to-morrow (Tuesday), afterwards leaving for. Waikaraka. MAYNE.—On July 30, 1945. at the Auckland Hospital, Leonard Robert Mayne, of 3, Huntly Avenue, Auckland (late head storeman, Auckland Hospital);- aged 74 years. A service will be held at Watney Sibun and Sons' Chapel, Khyber Pass, Newmarket, at 3.30 p.m. to-morrow (Tuesday), the funeral then leaving for Purewa Cemetery. MELLING.—On July 27, 1945, at Napier, James, dearly beloved only son of Edith and the late John Melling, of Mission Bay, Auckland; aged 23 years. Cremation will take place at Napier to-day (Monday). KOTLEY.—On July 29, 1945, at a private hospital, after a long illness, Percy Franklin (formerly A.C.C. valuer), dearly loved husband of Alice Notley, of 121, The Drive, Epsom, and loved father or Grace (Mrs. Keys), Albert and Reginald; aged 69 years. A service will be held at Watney Sibun and Sons' Chapel, Khyber i Pass, Newmarket, at 2 p.m. to-morrow (Tuesday). Private cremation. PEAT.—On July 28, Lydia, loving mother of Gladys (Mrs. W. S. Neal, Papakura), Harry (Napier), Nellie (Mrs. T. A. Osborne (Henderson). A service will be held at Arthur Holmes' Parlours, McColl Street, Newmarket, on Tuesday at 1.30, the funeral then leaving for ( Purewa Cemetery. SCOTT.—On July 29, 1945, at Cornwall Hospital, Goralie Geary, beloved wife of James Scott, Mahurangi Heads; aged 72 years. A service will be held at W. H. Tongue and Son's Chapel, Wednesday, at 10 a.m. The funeral will leave from the residence of Mr. Fred Jackson, Mahurangi Heads, Wednesday, at 1 p.m. TAYLOR.—On July 28 (suddenly), at Auckland. I Walter, beloved brother of Mrs. J. W. Shaw, of 21, Himikera Avenue, Avondale; aged 71 years. Funeral will leave J. Weir and Co.'s Chapel, ' 70, Ponsonby Road, to-morrow (Tuesday), at 10.45 a.m., for Waikumete Cemetery. j WALDRON.—On July 29, at Green Lane Hospital, Walter Waldron, youngest son of the late Jacob and Mary Ann Waldron, of Tuakau, and dearly 1 beloved brother of Mrs. H. O'Connell. 25, \ Ardmore Road. Heme Bay. The funeral will leave C. Little and Sons, Ltd., 209, Hobson Street, at 1.30 p.m. to-morrow (Tuesday), for Waikumete Cemetery. I WALDRON. —On July 29, at the Green Lane Hospital, Walter, loving father of Effie Parsons. < and grandfather of Leslie, June and Selwyn, i Tuakau; aged 73 years. ( IN MEMORIAM a CAMPBELL. —In loving memory of our dear little I son Colin Frederick, junior, who passed away I July 30, 1940. Inserted by, his father and I mother, litle brother and sister. DEAESLY.—In loving memory ol our dear father, who fell asleep July 30, 1944. " In memory we see him just the same, « As long as we live we will cherish his name, Deep in our. hearts he is living yet, I We loved him too dearly to ever forget. u Inserted by Hugie, Lil, Halkett and Dot. j DEARSLEY. —In loving memory ol our dear j brother-in-law Hughie, passed away July 30, c 1944. Ever remembered by Alice and Mamie. F FLEMING (nee Hewitt), Dora Margret (Dorrie).— n" In loving memory of my sister who passed away t July 29, 1943. . S There is a road called Remembrance, £ Where thoughts and wishes meet; We will take that road ;n thought to-day, M To one we eanncl greet. & Inserted by her sister Edie. - P KIBKLAND.—Captain James Hamilton Kirkland, y. died of wounds in Italy, July 29 - '® 44 - s To have him in the same old way, « Would be our dearest wish to-day. _ . _ Ever remembered by Jean (U.S.A.), joan and Bob. , McCULLOCII, WELLS.—In memory of our beloved son Keith R N Z.A.P., who died in air " accident July 30, .1941; also his loved Uncle -i Len, killed in Libya, November 23, 1941. At the going-"down of the sun And in the mornine we remember them. lOMAS.—In loving memory of my brother Marino, died July 30, 1941. - Always loving and kind, Few in this world his ewaj en,? et One of the best that God could seiid a, A wonderful brother right. to the en d. F Always remembered by his brother B. ' w and family, Oratia. WHITE.—In loving memory of w ho u away July 30, 1942; also Bernice ' *no B passed away August 5, 1341. Sadly missed Dy _ his loving wife. rc bereavement thanks w ANDERSON.—I would_ like to S 'waxd to thanks to doctors, sisters . attention to pr my « and friends for cards, feieErams ex tend my G sions of goodwill an . c ! 0 „^ P p c Anderson. bi heartfelt and sincere thanks, i. o. p COLE.—The family of the late t ' hHnk • th e H Ardmore Road, Herne on ? y ; ta ff 0 f the private Li doctor, the sisters and s™attention to their nursing home for their kind iitt telegrams, „.i loved mother; also for telephone calis^"^| u tiful "J letters and personal expiession; s > personal — floral emblems. Please accept this as a pe L acknowledgment. .. . v MtDONALD —Mr. J. ¥ n c P°o®£ r ™ gratefully 0] Shelverton and family, of _ f e i eg r'ams, floral f0 thank all who sent, inters, thy jj, the — tributes and other expressions of sjmpat y sad loss cf a dear wife and mother. _ '.OWE.—The r e l a t , lve s.°/ or t^helr Assistance and e: wish to thank all friends for the (lielr re cent Ni kind expressions of /arts telegrams and S" bereavemsnt; also for ' ette p S ,' se accept this as a jj floral emblems received. Please a personal acknowledgment. • ex tuition so TEACHER wanted ior Steel Guitar Beginner, st term.—S. anfiß STAR. — or c«i pc OF PROPERTY 10 BARFOOT BROS, have sold 13, Cornwall Park nj Ave., Green Lane.
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