, . BARRING TON.—On October 3, 1909, at the home of the Utile Sisters of the Toor, Shelly Beach Road, Edwin Harrington, late of Victona1. Btre«t. , ' : V:;.V"v'' : ' v j X- Private interment- j DEMI'SET.On October 2, at his parents' re?i- i deuce, Mornington,' Clonbern Road, Reuuiera, I Arthur William, the beloved second son of J. and j • E. Dempsey; aged 19 years. '-„?=■ ''.The funeral will leave to-morrow (Tuesday) at 2 o'clock for Waikinnete. . 1 • By special request, no flowers. *•*. \ MoINTTRB.—On October 3. 1909,. drowned in e Auckland Harbour. Matthew Ramsay, the dearly(beloved youngest son of Adam and Hannah Me,ln tyre; "aped 21 years.—Glasgow and Perth papers please copv. " The funeral will leave his parents" residence, 43, • Wellesley-street, for Waikumete Cemetery tomorrow (Tuesdiiy) at 2 p.m. Friends please accept this intimation. McIN'DOE.On. October 3, at her daughter's (Mrs. J. Clarkson) residence, suddenly, of pneumonia, Agnes, the dearlv-beloved wife of the late. David Melruloe, of Epson:; aged 76 years.Private interment. ■ - SIMONS.--William Symona, dearly-beloved husband of Mary Jane Symons, Surrey-street, Grey Lynn; aged 70 years. Private interment. WEBB.—On October 1, at. Grasmere, Dominion Road, Mary Louisa, daughter of the late S. H. Webb. ' "
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