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COBB.—In loving memory ni Private George Lvik hj ( obb. X.Z.M.C, beloved sun ol Mr :i ' Mrs A. J. Cobb, who was drowned ofl the hospital ship '\Mnrama," May 27th. li>l7. ':\Y!mn the day breaks, Am! Urn shadows lice away. _ Clirist will link 11 ■■ In ■'•.< '■ (.'loser when we inei ;. again. [lnserted by his loving parents.] One year to-day, hid ever in memory dear. [lis loving name we hreathe, and a silent tear ; Time cannot alter our love i o I rue, This day brings hack our : i i am .No one knows how much we miss him. [lnserfed by his loving brother and sisters.] Worthy of everlasi ing love To those ho left behind, A truer brother could noi have b en, .Nor <jii(.' so good und kind. [lnserted by his brother Leonard.]

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IN MEMORIAM., Manawatu Standard, Volume XLIII, Issue 1256, 27 May 1918

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IN MEMORIAM. Manawatu Standard, Volume XLIII, Issue 1256, 27 May 1918

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