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FUNERAL NOTICE. THE Friends of the late Professor Parker are respectfully invited to attend bis Funeral, which will leave the residence of Mr Wyatt, Warrington, for the Warrington Cemetery, TO-MORROW (Tuesday), the 9th inst., on the arrival of the 3 o’clock train from Dunedin. Special arrangements have been made with the railway authorities to stop there for the convenience of those wishing to attend the Funeral. HUGH GOURLEY, Undertaker, Clarke and Maclaggan streets. FUNERAL NOTICE. THE Friends of John and William Major are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of their late Mother, which will leave her late residence, Dowling street, for the Southern Cemetery, TO-MORROW (Tuesday) the 9th Inst., at 2.30 p.m. ’ HUGH GOURLEY, Undertaker, Clarke and Maclaggan streets. FUNERAL NOTICE. THE Friends of Mr Charles M'Peak (also the Friends of his son, John S. M'Peak) are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of his late Wife, which will leave his residence, Harringtonstreet, Port Chalmers, TO-MORROW (Tuesday), November 9th, at 12.15 p.m , passing Botanical Gardena at about 2 p.m., for the Northern Cemetery, COLE AND SPRINGER, Undertakers, 152 George street. FUNERAL NOTICE. THE Friends of the late Mrs John Brook (and family) are respectfully invited to attend her Funeral, which will leave her late residence, High street. Roslyn, TO-MORROW (Tuesday), November 9, at 2 o’clock, for the Northern Cemetery. COLE AND SPRINGER, Undertakers, 152 George street.
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