BARUGH.—On October 30. at her late residence, 5, Kitchener Street. Hamilton. Ellen, dearly-beloved wife of Joseph Barugh : aged 71 years. Private interment at Tamahere to-day (Saturday). \ DROUTLEGE.—On October 29. 1931. at his late residence, 19. Faulder Avenue, J Westmere, after a long illness. Henry, dearly-beloved husband of Eliza Droutlege, and loving iatber of Regina Cooke, formerly of Vermont Street, Ponsonby.—A patient sufferer at rest. t'Pnlmerston North papers please copy.) Funeral lea v e? the above address at_ 3.30 p.m. to-morrow (Sunday) for Purewa Cemetery. GOODWIN.--On October 30. Nt his daughter's residence, Papakura, "William, beloved husband of the late Annie Goodwin. Kaukapakapa. Funeral Kaukapakapa Cemetery, 12 noon, to-morrow (Sunday). GRAHAM.—On October 30. at Hamilton, Alice, the beloved wife of the late W. A. Graham, of Hamilton: aged 78 years. The funeral will leave the residence of Mr. W. H. Hume. Trevellyn, Whitiora, to-day (Saturday), at 3 p.m., calling at St. Peter's Cathedral for a short and leaving after for the Hamilton East Cemetery. Friends please accept this intimation. JOHNSTON.—On October 30, 1931. at her son's residence, Runciman, Margaret, vidow of the late Robert Johnston, of ftorthcote, in her SOth year. The funeral will leave her son's residence to-day (Saturday), October 31, 1931, at 2.30 p.m., for the Drury Presbyterian Cemetery. Friends please accept this intimation. LEWIS On October 29. 1931. accidentally killed, Robert Alfred (Fred), dearly-beloved husband of Mary Ann Lewis. of 114, Wellington Street, City, and beloved father of Mrs. Watt, Mrs. Gothard and Gordon and , l!onah Lewis; aged C2 years The funeral will leave his late residence »t 2 p.m. to-day (Saturday), for Waiiurnete Cemetery. Friends please accept this intimation. LOWERY.—On October 30. 1931. at her latc residence. 8. Renfrew Avenue. Mount Jtoskill, Annie, dearly-beloved mother of Lowery, J. J. and T. G. Hackshaw. Private interment, 11 a.m. to-day (Saturday). MGONEY,—-On October 28, after much tuffering, Margaret Mooney; aged 72 years. —R.X.Py Interred at Hillsborough. NEIGHBOUR.—On October 30. at the residence of her son-in-law, A. J. Cullen, 22, Panmure Road. Ellerslie. Isabella, dearlyloved mother of Mesdames W.vnyard, Quin, Sweetapple and Cullen and Messrs. Alfred and Fred, only- surviving sister of Captain Faulkner; passed peacefully away; aged 82 years.—Wellington and Christchurch papers. please copy. Funeral will leave 22. Pa.imtire Road, tomorrow (Sunday). 2.30 p.m., for Hillsborough Cemetery. SWEENEY.—On October 30, at Hamilton. William James, beloved husband of Olive Sweeney, Clifton Road, Whitiora, Hamilton; aged 60 years. The funeral will leave Burrow's chapel to-ipprrow (Sunday), at 2 p.m., for the Hamilton East Cemetery. Friends please accept this intimation. VIVIAN,-—On October 30. 1931, at. 7. Edgerley Avenue. Epsom, Thomas William (Viv.), dearly-beloved husband of Esther Annie Vivian, of New Zealand Railways. ■Auckland, and formerly of Wanganui; aged 45 year 3. The funeral will leave the above address >t 3.30 p.m. to-day (Saturday) for Hillsborough Cemetery. WiTHEFORD.—On October 30. at a Privato hospital, Joseph Howard Witheford, loved father of Mrs. Arnold Harrison, Gordon Road, Northcote; aged 83 years. Short service at Little and Sons' chapel. Eobson Street, 2.40 p.m., to-day (Saturday). Funeral leaving for Birkenhead AnKUfcan Cemetery by 3.15 vehicular boat, via Northcote.
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DEATHS., New Zealand Herald, Volume LXVIII, Issue 21018, 31 October 1931
DEATHS. New Zealand Herald, Volume LXVIII, Issue 21018, 31 October 1931
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