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IN MEMORIAM.

SMITH.—In lovmc; memory of Robert irancis. who mot, his death in Dunediu Harbor on December 19th, 1906. Also his father Robert Job. who died 9th January, 19W •' aged 52 years. " ' Yet again w» bore to meet them ! When the clay of ">if e is fled, And m Heaven with joy to sreei them, Where no farewell tears are shed. —lnserted by their loving mother, wife brother, ar.d soa. ' <tAW>"K.—Tn loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away January 9, 1913. Two yeara have passed now, mother dear, Since you were called away To take your rest with Him on h.!<rn. Your weary head to lay. In divun;: wo sec your dear, sweet face, And lews your gentle brow, in our aching heart We have no mother row. —lnsertsd by her two daughters. E,I.P, THOMAS.—Tn sad Irut loving memory of Sarah Elizabeth Thomas, who passed awav at Mommglnn, 10;h January, 1912. "We miss her moit who lorcd her best,."—lnsorted by her lovin- husband and family. Announcements of births, marriages, and deaths gent for publication from the country districts rcn.uire to be verified by the signa"ture of cither our njrent in the district from which tho announcement is sent or by the cierjrymr.n of the district. The charge for announcing Births, Marriages, and Deaths is 3s not exceeding* UTe lines, and 6d for each additional line. ''""" -"—■■ '.'___;

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IN MEMORIAM., Issue 15696, 9 January 1915

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IN MEMORIAM. Issue 15696, 9 January 1915

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