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DEATHS.

ARMISHAW.— On the 26th November, at her residence, 98 Dundas street, Elizabeth, widow of the late Joseph Armishaw, of Birmingham ; in her fifty-seventh year. At rest. COOK.— On the 21st Novembei, at Wellington, Edith, eldest daughter of the late Edward Cook, solicitor, of this city. " Asleep m Jesus. Neither is there salvation in any other." DIMOND.— On ihe 21st November, Andre-v, the beloved husband of Bridget Dimond. corner of York nlpce and Arthur street; aged 66 3-ears. Deeply regretted. R.I. P. FORD.— On the 24th November, at his residence, No. 10 Ellis street, North Dunedin, John Joseph Ford; aged 67 years. Deeply regretted. R.I.P. HEWITSON.— On the 23rd November, at the residence of her father, Janet, the fifth daughter of Andrew Hewitson, Ajax street, Milton; cged 42 years. Deeply regretted. HOWISON.— On the. 22nd November, at his residence, Ross street, Roslyn, Charles Mac-

Andrew Howison, beloved husband of Margaret Howiaon, and father of Mrs W. Nicolson and Mrs D. B. Waters; aged 67 years. JOEL. — On the 22nd November, Alfred Woolf, eldest son of Maurice and Catherine Joel; in his forty-first year. JONES. — On the 22nd November, a£ the residence of her brother (Mr James Summers), Waikouaiti, Isabella, the beloved wife of John Jones, Flag Swamp. Deeply regretted. LEEDER.— On the 20th November, at Dun-

edin, Sarah Ann Frances, beloved eldest daughter of William B. and Elizabeth Leeder, of Blackstone Hill. Deeply regretted. M""GUIRE. — On the 24th November, at her residence, Hawthorn road, Barrfield, Mornington, after a lingering illness, Mary, dearlyloved wife of John M'Guire ; in her fiftyeighth year. So dearly loved and deeply mourned. Requiescat in pace. MORRISON.— On the 21st November, at Hanmer Springs, Arthur, Morrison, M.H-K. SALEMIN.— On. the 25th November, at Dunedin Hospital, Albert Arthur, beloved third son of George and Hannah Salenun, of North-East Valley ; aged 21 years and 11 xnonths. Deeply regretted. TAIT.— On the 25th November, at her late residence, off Factory road, Mosgiel, Agues Tait, relict of the late Adam Tait; aged 50 years. Deeply regretted IN MEMORIAM. DREXXAN. — In loving memory of our dear Willie, who passed away November 26, 1895. — Inserted by his father and mother, brothers and sister. M'DONALD. — In loving memory of Archibald , M'Donald, beloved husband of Annie M'Donald, who died at Milburn, Otago, New Zealand, on the 23rd November, 1900; aged 36 years. Gone, but not forgotten. SCOBIE. — In loving memory of Robert Scobie, who departed this life at Lake View, Msinapouri, on 213t November, 1900, zn his fiftysixth year. Rest, dear father, thy toil is o'er, Thy loving hands shall toil no more. No more thy gentle eyes shall weep — Rest, darling father, gently sleep. Thou art not forgotten, dearest father, — Or wilt thou ever be. As long as life and memory last, We will remember thee. — Inserted by his loving sons and daughters. - WAUGH. — In sad but loving memory of my dear husband, William Waugh, who departed

this life November 27, 1899; in his sixtyfourth year. So short and sudden was the call Of him so dearly loved by all; But oh, how sweet the promise given, We'll meet to part no more in heaven. Lonely the house and sad the hoprs Since my dear one is gone ; But, oh, a brighter home than ours In heaven is now his own. — Inserted by his loving wife Christina Waugh.

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DEATHS., Otago Witness, Issue 2489, 27 November 1901

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DEATHS. Otago Witness, Issue 2489, 27 November 1901

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