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DEATHS.

ANDERSON—On July 16, 1945. at Christchurch, Hugh Herbert, dearly loved husband of Irene Annie Anderson, 42 Division street, Riccarton. ARNOLD—On July 15. 1945, at Christchurch, Emma Clara (Topsy), dearly loved wife of Edgar Julius Arnold, 220 Bealey avenue, and loved mother of Marjory, Edna, and Muriel; in her 55th' year. God bless my nana (wee Tony). ASHWELL—At Bury, Lancashire, Beverley Lou, infant daughter of Flight Sergeant and Mrs Sidney Ashwell; aged one day. BISHOP—On July 14. 1945, at Ashburton. Frederick William, dearly loved husband of Mary Bishop, of Grahams road, Tinwald; in his 86th year. R.I.P. BORGFELDT—On July 16. 1945. at Christchurch, Adam, dearly loved husband of Margaret Borgfeldt, 197 Matson’s road, Papanui, and loved father of Erroll, Ronald, Marjorie, and Margaret: aged 67 years. Suddenly. Private interment. (No flowers by request.) J. Lamb and Son. CLARKE—On July 16. 1945, at Christchurch, Mary, wife of the late C. H. Clarke, late of Waimairl road, Riccarton; in her 80th year. Sprays only. Messages to Mrs Safey, 91 Retreat road, Avonside. CORNELIUS—On July 14. at Ashburton. Mary Ann, dearly loved wife of John H. L. Cornelius, of Rakaia; in her 66th year.

CRAWFORD—On July 15, 1945, at Ashburton, Joseph J. S.. dearly loved husband of Winifred Gertrude Crawford; in his 47th year.

DAGG—On July 16, at Christchurch, Dorothy Iris, dearly loved daughter of the late Robert and Jane Dagg, Masterton, and loved sister of Eileen and Nora. GRAHAM—On July 16. 1945, at his residence, 72 Edinburgh street, Spreydon, John George, loved husband of the late Cecilia Graham, and loved father of Nell. Private cremation service. No flowers by request. G. Barrel! and Sons, Ltd. HEFFORD—On July 15, 1945, at his residence, 119 Burnatt street, Ashburton, George D. H., loved husband of Emma Kefford; in his 76th year. (Sprays only.) HOBEN—On July 16, at "Lewisham,” Rev. Father Ernest Cormac Hoben, Society of Mary, Vice-Rector of St. Bede’s College, North road, Papanui; aged 42 years. Reguiescat in pace.

MacGIBBON—On July 16. 1945. at 396 Papanui road. Christchurch, John, dearly beloved husband of Lydia A. MacGibbbon. iIcALLISTER—On July 16. at his residence. 100 Charles street, Kaiapoi, Leonard Charles, beloved second son of the late George and Ann McAllister; aged 57 years.

ROBINSON—On July 16, 1945, at his residence. 241 Hereford street, James, dearly beloved husband of Jane Robinson and loved father of Mia E. Estall, Mrs F. A. Price, and A. T, Robinson; in his 92nd .'ear. Passed peacefully away. SKILLING—On Julv 16. 1945. at Ashburton. John Skilling; aged 82 years. STEWART—On July 15, Jean Stewart. "Woodvalc," 271 Fitzgerald avenue, widow of William John Stewart (late Belfast, Ireland), and dearly loved mother of Mrs O. J. Brockleimrst. Wellington. Mrs E. W. Seque. Mrs J. B. Mora. Mrs R. W. Sharp, Lhribtchurch.

VASS—On Julv 12, 1945, at Ayr. Sc«?tland, Jessie Elizabeth, dearly loved wite of David Vass, and loved mother of Margaret; aged 38 years.

WADE—On July 16, at her residence, 117 Nay land street, Sumner, Margaret Helen, wife of the late Walter Wellen Wade: aged 65 years, (Suddenly.) No flowers. Private Interment. Lamb and Hayward, Ltd., 2J2 Cashel street

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DEATHS., Press, Volume LXXXI, Issue 24620, 17 July 1945

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DEATHS. Press, Volume LXXXI, Issue 24620, 17 July 1945

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