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IN MEMORIAM.

BAI/STON.—In loving memory of our dear husband and father, Harry Love Balston, A.M.G.S., killed in action on the 9th August, 1915. How sleep the brave, who sink to rest, By all their country's wishes bless'd! Inserted by his loving widow and children CUFF.—In loving memory of W. M. Cuff, who died of wounds in Egypt on the 9th August, 1916. CUFF.—In loving memory of J. T. Cuff, killed in action in France on the 26th July, 1917. Inserted by their loving sister, Maud Koberstein. DEWAR.—In loving memory of Sergeant Henry. (Norkey) Dewar, W.M.R. (Main Body), who was killed in action at Gallipoli on the 9th August, 1915. Our thoughts they ever wander to a soldier's honoured grave, Never will we forget the noble sacrifice you made; For our hearts arc still united in that same fond love for you, And loving thoughts are cherished of one so brave and true. Your cheery, sunny countenance will not from memory fade, For we see you in the photo, in the home you died to save; And when our hearts are sore for you we seem to hear you say, Break not your heart, dear mother, we will meet on that Eternal.Day. So widely known; so highly esteemed. Inserted by his sorrowing mother, sister, and brother DEWAR.—In memory of Henry (Norky) Dewar, Main Body Expeditionary Force, killed in actioi. at the Dardanelles about the 9th August, 1915. Inserted by D. M. Russell. DAWSON.—In loving memory of Trooper J. E. Dawson (Jack), Main Body, who was killed in action at Gallipoli on the Bth August, 1915. He is gone, but not forgotten, He'ras always kind and true; Never could you fir.d one better, His eijualo are but. few. Inserted by his loving aunts and uncle, J.M. and E.H. and M.M.' liTSWfS.—Tu loving memory of Private Tom Eldric'ite Lewis, fifth son of the late Mr. i W. Lewis," and of Mrs. Lewis, 9, Patanga i Crescent, Wellington, who died of wounds j at Gal'ipoli on the OMi August, 1915. | McFARIiA.NE.-Tn loving memory of onr dear : eon and brother, Sergeant David ?tev.&rt : McParlnne, who gave his life at Gaiiipo'.i j on the 9th August, 1915. , j Willingly hs answerer! his country's call, 1 Aicd gave iiis life j For King. Empire. n;<\ freedom for all. j Inserted by his loving mother, sister, and ; brothers. | MeTfAHTiANK.—Jn loving memory of Sergt. I Stewart McFariiiTie (Main Body), who was killed in action on Callipoli on the Oth : AURU'i*.., 1015. I To memory ever dear. 5 Inserted by Frances Guthrie. SPROTT.—In loving memory of Private Percy George Sprotr., killed in action at Gallipoli on the 9th Aii^Jst. 1015. A lonely grave in a fur off land, . A grave we may never see; But while life »)u- memory last. Dear Percy, we -,vill think of thee. Inserted by his loving aunt, uncle, and cousins, C.J. and Q. Lawrie, and E. J. Walla'te.

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IN MEMORIAM., Evening Post, Volume XCVI, Issue 35, 9 August 1918

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IN MEMORIAM. Evening Post, Volume XCVI, Issue 35, 9 August 1918

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