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NELSON.—On the 12th December, at Dunedin, Sate, beloved wife of Charles Nelson, and siste.- of Mrs John IMillar. Burnside ; aged 32 years.—Private interment •Hugh Ocarlcy, undertaker. SHFLTON.—On December I], 1914, at her sister’s residence, 641 George street, Dunedin, S. A. J. Shelton (Say), the beloved wife of H. J. Shelton, of 537 Cargill road, Dunedin South.—Private interment.—Cole and Springer, undertakers. SWELL.—On 6th November, at her late residence, Glenroy, Melbourne, Mcanah, tho relict of Thomas Swell, and loved mother of Thomas Swell (Dunedin), Mrs C. U. BoUcrill, Robert Swell (of the late Harriet Cromarty, of Glenroy), Mrs J. S. Kelly (of Dalhey, Queensland). BREEN.—On December 10th, 1914, at 'Christchurch, Mary, the beloved youngest daughter of William Breen, sen., of Hyde ‘street, Dunedin. Deeply regretted.—Private interment at Dunedin.—Cola and Springer, undertakers. BACON.—On 12tli December, 1914, at her residence. The" Crescent, Broad Bay, Jane, the beloved wife of David Bacon; ago 73 years. Announcements of births, marriages, and deaths sent for publication from the country districts require to be verified by the signature of either our agent in tho district from which the announcement is sent or by tho clergyman of the district. The charge f or announcing Births, Marriages, and Deaths is ?a not exceeding live lines, and 6d for each additional line.

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DEATHS., Issue 15674, 12 December 1914

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DEATHS. Issue 15674, 12 December 1914

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