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NIGHTINGALE —On .T-iimatr 17. Daniel lan (" Wee Dan ";. dearly I.cloved son <',f F*red and Alice Nightingale, of 112 Albany street, -Dunedin; ajed two year.; ;uhl nine months. "' Asleep in Jeans." Privii.te int?rmpnt. STEWART.—On January 17th. 1915, at 3TiJt<?n, Jennie IBarrie, eWer ♦husyhior of the int-e Edward and Mis Stewert>. Private iui-ermeiK-. No jlo-nrers.—John JSekeoit, i.nuerra-ki-r. BRIDGES.— On Jainiai-y 16, in. 75 Fcnbury jpcad. Caversham. Theresa Mihit-r (Terry), 41ard daughter of the late Sydney James. S>riv;ito interment.—Hugh Gcurley, undertaker. » GOLDSMITH—(.m January 17, at her residence. 305 Leith street, Sarah, the. beloved ■wife of Sydney Goldsmith. Private interment. Flowers respectfully declined. —A. J. W'vnn and Ho|>e. undertakers. WILLIAMS.—On January 17, at WaitsHi fi'rif> result of a-ceidentj, Henry (Sonny). the beloved eldest son of Henry George and Laura. Williams,"92s Cumberland •txeet; aged 17 years. Deeply mournod. Announcements of births, marriages, and deaths sent for publication from the countrv districts require to be verified bv tho sijjnature of cither our a;ent in the district from •ybicu the announcement is sent or by the Clereymnn of ihr> district. The charge for announcing Births, Marriages, and Deaths is 3s not five hues, and 6d for fwh additional line.

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DEATHS., Issue 15703, 18 January 1915

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DEATHS. Issue 15703, 18 January 1915

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