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ESTATES FOR STAMP DUTY.

LIST FROM AUCKLAND DISTRICT.

[by TEi.KGKvrn—PR»? ASSOCIATION*. I Wellington, Monday. The estates of 173 deceased persons were certified for death duty last month. The largest was that of George Hampton Rhodes, of Canterbury. £151,672. The following arc the principal estates in the Auckland district: — £ Robert "White 12.254 Mark Harrison 3.477 William Radcliffe Preston ... 8,414 David Foughev 3,072 Peter Le Here 2,851 Patrick Mori arty 2,669 Thomas Gavin " 2,607 Michael Hogan 2.384 Charles Carter 2.043 Ada. Clearv 1.628 Charles Vowell 1.524 David Jackson 1.498 Walter Hanson Blayney 1,249 Bridget Sarah Dam 1.156 John Ralst.on Edgar 1.088 Mary Shale 1,082

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ESTATES FOR STAMP DUTY., New Zealand Herald, Volume LII, Issue 15833, 2 February 1915

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ESTATES FOR STAMP DUTY. New Zealand Herald, Volume LII, Issue 15833, 2 February 1915

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