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CAMPBELL.—On January 1. at her residence. 23 Hill street, Moinir.gtou, Isabella, the beloved wife of Archibald Campbell; a~ed 7j vears. 'CONNOLLY.—On December 31. 1914. at Christchurcb, Hush Tiabbington, the dearlyloved hu.>banJ of Evelyn \Kmilv Connolly, of 23 Wesley street, South Duricdin; aged 47 years. Deeply mourned. Private inter-m-.iii.—Hugh Hourlev. undertaker. CARTER.—Ou. the" i=,t January, 1915, at Mental Ho.-.piia!. Scacliff, Jane D. Carter. relict of James Carter: need 82 years. The funeral will purs through' V.'aikouaiti at 2 j p.m. on Sunday for the Hawk>burv CaueI twy. i IIENRY.—On January 1. 1915, at. the r re.-.-denee' of his dnrjiitcr (Mrs Olarkck I Waypi-Ipy. Samuel Henry. late of Bellamy Htation: in his 72ml year. Private intcr- : incut —A. J. Wvnn and Hope, undertakers. j WHITE.—On December 51, 1914. at Dttuj ecbii, Isabella Jsrij, dearly beloved wito of j Percy White, and sister of Mrs A. S. Jenj kins, Tapanui, and daughter of the late Thomas Ball; aged 31 years. " .So loved, so mourned." Announcements of births, marriages, and j deaths sent for publication from the country ] districts require to be verified by the signa- | ture of cither our agent in tlie district from j which the announcement is 'sent or by the j ciersynian of the district. The charge for announcing Births, Mari riages, and Dci.ths is ?s not exceeding iivo i lines, and 6d for each additional line.

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DEATHS., Issue 15690, 2 January 1915

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DEATHS. Issue 15690, 2 January 1915

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