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birth. the Stli Melrose, the wife ot E. W. Wade, of a daughter. Marriage. DaVis—Banks.— On the 21st AUgust, at the residence of the bride's mother, Albert Park, Melbourne, by the Rev. 'S. C. Kent. John Wilnain, eldest son of Benjantei ‘Davis, 'Dunedin, to Selina Emmeline, eldest daughter of the late Charles Banks, Pcndigo, Victoria, Heaths. Tompki.ns. On the 11th September, at hj& mothers residence. Frederick street. Margaret, the third eldest daughter of the kte Henry lompkms. Deeply regretted. y Elliott. -On the nth September, at Cambridge Auckland John Martin Jennings Elliott beloved fatter of Thomas and William Elliott sesssfe'* s ' K im Meniorl^.Ti. rint IB rfhh/ n l ovi v R l lueni °ry of Ete.ahe'th Cathenm. Gibbs, who died Septemberllth, 1891; aged Through all nates at times she’d smile A smile of heavenly birth; And when the angels called her home ‘one smiled farewell to earth. Heaven rctaineth now our treasure, . j rtt lonely casket keeps i the sunbeams love Jo linger Where our sainted daughter Sleeps. —lnserted by her sorrowing parents, Charles and ousan King. * Announcements of births, marriages and deaths K£ re virifil?^ Countr y rergebt the rVist.l b /t the a, G?ature °f either out agent in the district from which the announcement ia sent or by the clergyman of the district. _ FUNERAL NOTICE. T®? fiends of the late Henry Tompkins j .v ave respectfully invited to attend ttc__htepcral of his late daughter Mar"I I '. f eave her mother's residence, Frederick and Cumberland streets, on MONDAY, September 13th, at 3 o’clock, for the Northern Cemetery. COLE AND SPRINGER, Undertakers. 152 George street.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 10417, 11 September 1897

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