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HEATH.—On October 28iii, 1014, at Dunedin (suddenly). diaries, the clearly-belcvw! husband of Ami Heath, of 13U Highguto. Roslyn (late of Mosgiel I. ." >o lie, giveth Ids beloved sleep." MTTER.—On October 50Ht. 1914. at Dimrdin. John, beloved husband of Jane Gibson Baikic, and father of Isabella Mirer, late of 8 Arney street, feoniU Dunedin. Deeply regretted.—Private inieniirni —Pole and Springer, undertakers. Announcements of births, marriages. «nd deaths sent for publication from the country districts require to be verified by ibe sigtniture of cither our a trout in tin* district, from which tin announcement is sent. w by the • lergyraan of Htc di-trict. The charge fir amiuiiicmg I‘drills. ALtrtiages, and Deaths is 3s not exceeding five hues, end 6d fur each addilimul line.

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DEATH., Issue 15637, 30 October 1914

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DEATH. Issue 15637, 30 October 1914

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