Baglev.— On the Bth July 1893, at his residence, St. Leonards, Benj iinin Bagley ; in his seventythird year. Baxter —On the 12th July, at her residence, Parson -ge road, Waimate, after a lingering illness, Elizi Nedrick, relict of tlie late Hector Baxter, of Dunedin. Crawshaw.— On the 15lh July, at her lesidence, London street, after a long and painful illness, Catherine, wife of the late J. Crawshaw ; aged 65 years. Christie —On the 12th July 189", at Harrut Vale, Otakia, William Christie ; aged 77 yearß aud nine months. — His end was peace Djeiummond —On the 13th July, at hia residence, Factory road, Moggid (suddenly), William Drummond ; in his seventy-third year. Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God. Flynn —On the 14th July, at his res>Menco, Hanover street, Patrick Flynn ; aged 79 yeara. Deeply regretted. It IP. Horqp.—On the 15th July, at Queenstown, Catherine Klizabeth, the beloved wife of Lewis Hotop. .Laing.— On the 13th July, at her father's residence, Queen street, Wilhilmina Melville, second daughter of Francis G. Laing; aged 20 years. Deeply regretted. Mi'Hiuy.— 'in the 11th July 1895, at Palmerston, OtSigo, after a long and painful illness, Alexander Murray ; in his fifty-fourth year. M'LtNNAN —On the 14th July, at Mosgiel, after a painful illness, Flora, eldest daughter of Kenneth and Anna M'Lennan ; in her fourteenth year. Deeply regretted.— Asleep in Jesus. Orr.— On the 12th July, at his residence, Saddle H'll, William Orr ; aged 6S yeara. Ritchie. On the fith July, at Waipori (after a long find painful illness), James Ritchie ; aged 60 years. H.I.P. Swanson.— On ihe 15th July, at the residence of Mi parents, Hawthorn avenue, Horningtou, Daniel, the sixth son of Sinclair and Margaret Swan Eo n; in his s-ixtseuth year. Deeply regretted. White.— On the 14th June, at We,t Maitland. Sydney (suddenly), John Maclcellar, second son of the late Thomas John White, Invercaigill, and brother of Mib Locke R. Darling, St Glair. IN MEMORIAM. In loving memory of our dearest. July 18, 1894. Peace. God is love. Dryden. — In loving remembrance of my dear husband, Thomas Dryden, who died at Milburn on the 16th July 1593. A voice is from our household gone, A voice we loved is stilled ; A place is vacant from our hearth Which never can ba filled. —Inserted by his loving wife and family. Scott. — In loving remembrance of our dear Bella, who died at Keilor, Waiwera South, on the 17th of July 1894. As thou wert loved, so thou art mourned.
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DEATHS, Otago Witness, Issue 2160, 18 July 1895
DEATHS Otago Witness, Issue 2160, 18 July 1895
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