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DICKISON.—On December 28th. 1914, r.l Dunedin, "William Joseph, beloved lmsbaii'.i of Jano Dickisou, 003 Cumberland street ; aged 52 years. Privaio interment.—A. .). • "Wvnn and Hope, undertakers. WREN.—On December 25tli, John Tims.. ! heloved husband or Ajnes "Wren. InvcTcar- j trill. and youngest hrother of .[.inn's a;:c: ; Thomas Wren, of this City. At, rest. ' IN MEMORIAM. CORIXY. —In lovinj rrmembrnnee. of dear j little Jack, who was accidental!',- killed ai I Athol place, December 27. 1911. Gone, b;>: i not forgotten. They mis* you most ivl:o loved you beat.—lnserted by hu lovii:;' mother. The charge f or announcing Births, Marriages, and Deaths is 3s not exceeding iiv-.' line*, »nd 6d for each additional line.

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DEATHS., Issue 15686, 28 December 1914

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DEATHS. Issue 15686, 28 December 1914

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