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FUNERAL NOTICES.

A. YRf-—The Friends of the late Emih- Kate Ajre,- cd 23 Friend St.. Karori, are imitad ro attend 1 her Funeral, which will leave our Chapel, 25 Kent Tee., Tomorrow (Tuesda-.), December .19, 1944, at conclusion of the Service, commencing at 1.30 p.m., for the Crematorium) Karon.-^E.. Morris, Jun.; Ltd. BROWNHILL.—"Th&- Friends 'of the late Robert" Andrew Brownhlll are invited to attend his Funeral, which Hvill leave our Chapel Tomorrow- (Tuesday, December 19, 1944, .at tho conclusion of a Service, commencing at 2 p.m., for. the Crematorium, Karori. Robert H. Wilson and Sons, Ltd., 161 Adelaide Rd.

CHAMBERLAIN.—The Funeral of the late Mrs. Susan Chamberlain, will leave the Wellington City Mission, TaranaM St., Tomorrow (Tuesday), December" 19, 1944, at the conclusion.of a Service,, commencing at 2.30 p.m., for the Cemetevy, Karori. J. S. Taylor and Sons, Ltd., Funeral Directors, 22 Vivian St., ami Karori.

KATENE.—The Funeral of the late Mrs. Isabel Katene will leave the Church of Sts. Peter aud Paul, Johnsonville, on Wednesday, December 20, 1944. at 9.30 a.m., for the Native Cemetery, Pukerua Bay. Requiem Mass will be colebrated at 9 a.m. 3. E. Taylor and Sons, Ltd:, Funeral Directors.

REDICAN.—Boys of Marist School, Newtown.—Any boy reading this is requested to attend Requiem -Mass for Tom Rcdicaii, expupil ot the school, at Catholic Church, Island Bay, Tuesday, December 10, 1944, at J a.m. , —Brother Andrew.

REDICAN.—The Funeral of the late Thomas Michael Redfcan v.ill leave the Church of St. Francis do Sales, I.land Bay, Tomorrow (Tuesday), December 19, 1944, at 9.30 a.m., for the Cemetery, Karoti. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at"9 a.m. J. E. Taylor and Sons. Ltd., Funeral Directors, 22 Vivian St., and Karori. REDICAN.—AII members of the Island Bay Life-saving and Surf Club are requested to attend the Funeral of Thomas Michael Redican, Tomorrow (Tuesday)1, St: Francis Church, island Bay, at 9 X.m. .

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FUNERAL NOTICES., Evening Post, Volume CXXXVIII, Issue 146, 18 December 1944

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FUNERAL NOTICES. Evening Post, Volume CXXXVIII, Issue 146, 18 December 1944

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