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CARLETON—On Hay Bth, 1920, John Henry, eldest son of the late James Garleton, of Creyko road, Fcndalton; aged 61 years. DAVISON —On May 9th, William James, beloved husband of Eliza J. Davison, Sockfcnrn. and fifth son of Mary and the late William Davison, Wecdous; aged 51 years. Beat alter weariness. GORING—On May 9th, 1920 J at her residence Ko. 6 Bath street. City, Ann Garard, widow of the late A. G. Gorans', and dearlv lotfed mother of Alex. G. Goring, Christchurch, and Mrs Wiltshire, Auckland; aged 84 years. "Gone over the line. GRAHAM-On May 9th, 1920, at his residence, 253 Kilmoro street, George, beloved husband of M. A. Graham, late of Ashley; in his 83rd year. '(After a lons illness, patiently borne). HEINEMAN—On Mav 9th, at the residence of his son-in-law, Kin,j» street, Rangiora, Frederick, beloved hufband of Prudence Heine man; aged 79 years. Private interment. KNIGHT—On May 9th, 1920, at_ the residence of her brother-in-law, 35 Norwich etreet, Marv Emma, daughter of the late John and Charlotte Knight, and sister of John Knight, of Pate's road; in her 52nd year. Deeply regretted. McCUTCHEON—On May Bth, 1920, at the residence of his Bister, Mrs J. R. Blarkie. 99 Cashol street, Christchurch, "William James, beloved husband of Fanny McCutcheon; in hia 53rd year. At rest. (Dunedin and Southland papers please copy). HcNEEL— On May 9th, at the residence of her Gon-in-law, Mr L. A. Kins, 201 Lin•wood avenue, Anne, dearly loved wife of William Porteous McNeil, late of N.Z. Railways; in her 79th year. Private interment. PULLEY—On May 7th, 1920, at Wyndham, Rosetta Ann Pope, relict of the late G. P. Pulley, Loburn, and mother of L. Waller, 426 St. Asanh etreet, Linwood, and L. J. and C. Pulley, Patea, and G. Pulley, Wyndham; aged 80 years. TWYXEHAIf—On May 9 th, the infant son of Ethel and Denny Twyncham; aged 18 days.

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DEATHS., Press, Volume LVI, Issue 16830, 10 May 1920

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DEATHS. Press, Volume LVI, Issue 16830, 10 May 1920

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