HIGGINSON—In loving memory of mr d«*r Bvdyu, who departed this life'on October ©, i9iß. How* of sadness still come o'er us. Tsars of sorrow often flow. For memory keeps cur loved one near ns, Though Heaven claimed her two years ago. —lnserted ’yr her loving parents. CLYDESDALE.—In loving memory of our dear son Ernie, who died at Dunedin, October, 26th, 1912; in Wa 17thi year. At early morn, whan, it waj still, God gave His great command; In silent pteee be passed away Into * hotter land. 1 often sit and think of him When I am nil alone, For memory is the only friend That grief c an call it# cwn. -Inserted by his loving father, mother, brothers, and sisters. tymrmgementa of MrUls, marriages, and deems sent for publication from the country diciMei* require to ba verified fcv the signat,tt* of either our agent In the diatrict front wlMk Iho announoement is sent or by the elaMynaan of the district. ■Me dteiye fter announcing Births, Marriage*. bad* Denthk'is 3s not exceeding five and-M for each additional lint.
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IN MEMORIAM., Evening Star, Issue 15632, 24 October 1914
IN MEMORIAM. Evening Star, Issue 15632, 24 October 1914
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