BAIRD.—On June 23. 1935, at his residence. 54 Gillies Avenue. Epsom. William Sobert. dearly-beloved husband of Hilda Isabelif Baird. " The funeral will leave the above address at 3 p.m. to-day (Monday) for Hillsborough ' Cemetery. BLAYNEY.—'On June 22. at his late residence, Mar.gatarata, Hauiatii I lams, "W nliam Blayney; aged 5S years. Funeral will lenve the Presbyterian Church to-day (Monday!, at 2 p.m.. for Totara Cemetery, Thames. DAVIS. —At his residence. 60 Vermont Street. Ponsonby, James, the dearly-loved son of Mrs. Margaret Davis; aged 23 years.— A patient sufferer at rest. Services will be held at the Latterday Saints' chapel. Upper Queen Street, at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, 25th. the funeral leaving the above chapel for Waikuniete a" 3 p.m. All friends cordially invited to attend. GALLAGHER.—On June 23, at Auckland Hospital, Florence Matilda, widow of tne lute John Gallagher, Jervois Road, and oeloved mother of Gwen. sister oi Mrs. J. Pennington; aped 41 years. The funeral will leave her brother's residence. 36 Peary Road. Mount Eden, at 2 p.m. to-morrow (Tuesday), :or Hillsborough Cenutery. HERD.—On June 23. at his late residence. Hillsborough Road. Mount Roskill. Eawara JBmes, beloved'husband of Ellen Herd; aged 76. Funeral notice later HOBSON.—On June 23 at Auckland, > Sonnv, darling/ eldest son of Gladys Hobr>on• aged IS years.—Greater love hath no man than this. (Lancashire papers piease copy.) HOOK.—On Friday, June 21, at Auckland, Alice, daughter of the_ late Cnarlcs and Sarah Hook, and sister oi William and Henry Hook, Paparoa; aged 6fe.—At. rest. Interment at Paparoa, Tuesday, 25th, at 10.30 a.m. HUNT, —On June 23. 1935, as result of accident, Charles Hunt, late of 5S £ 5 Eos.# Mount Eden, dearly-Deioved husband of Ada Mary Hunt, and father of C. B_, L. A. and R- W. Hunt, and Mesdames J. M. "Worth-ington, N. Came and W. J. Larne; aged 72. Funeral will leave his late residence tomorrow (Tuesday), at 2.30 p.m.. for HillsCemetery. NORMAN.—Or June 22, at her late "silence, 13 Amoh'a Street, Rotorua % Mable Innes Norman, beloved wife of the late Arthur Henry'Njrman, son of the late Sir Francis Booth Norman, K.C.8.; aged 69. WADE.—On June 21, 1935, Sergeant Chas. Herbert. 12/2539. beloved husband of Gladys Grace Wade. 3 Heywood Crescent. Epsom, a-nd father of Marjorie, David and Philip, loving brother of Mrs. Hood, Pirongia. and Mrs. Riddle, Wellington; aged 45 years.—He eivet'h His fceloved sleep. Interred yesterday at O'Neill's Point Cemetery.
WAIT.—On June 22. at Auckland Public Hospital. Ida, 'dearly-beloved wife of William Ernest Wait and loving mother of Laurence and Charles, of 6 Rutland Road, DeTOnport; aged 46 years. " Funeral will leave her late residence today (Monday)' at 2.30 for O'Neill's Point Cemetery.
WOOD.—On June 22. at her late residence, Warwick, 250 Mount Albert Road. Martha, widow of the late Enoch Wood and dearly-loved mother of Mabel BredFtreet, Bertha Leigh (deceased). Elsie Bushill, Eti Harbutt. Dorothy Hooton, Pattie Wood. Enoch Wood. iun. (deceased), and Zsnte Wood; in he: 90th year.
_ Funeral will leave the above address at 2 p.m. to-day (Monday) for Hillsborough Cemetery.
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