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IN MEMORIAM.

TRELOAE— Tn for.«l and loving memory of my dear father, .Jntncs Tfenry Trclcar, who died November loth, 1913; aged 63 y?-ir:-. Though the clouds above divide us, Anil your fac I cannot see, I'm always thinkintr of 3-011, father, As you used to think'of me. —lnsertrd by his loving dan eh; or, L. Treliar. TRELOAK.—Iu loving memory of James denry Trelonr, who died at Dunedin 18th November, 1913.—Iuarrtod by his loving wife and family. Alro, John, son ot' the above, ao.tidentally killed 20th November 1339. Thou art gone, but not forgotten. Never shall thy memory fade, Sweetest thoughts shall ever linger Round the place where thou art laid.

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IN MEMORIAM., Issue 15653, 18 November 1914

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IN MEMORIAM. Issue 15653, 18 November 1914

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