HUTCHISON.— Ou the 3rd December^ al " Badenyon, ' Queen str-eet, William Hutchison; in his eighty-sixlli year. LOWE. — On the 30th November, at his residence, Montague street, North-East Valley, James Lowe; in his eighty-first year. "At rest." LITOLFF.— On the sth December, 1905, at Clyde street, Mornington ; Francis Litolff ; in his seventy-seventh year. MURRAY.— At German Flat, Waitahuna, William Murray; aged 64 years. SHARP. — On the 30th November, at the resi-< dence of her son-in-law. John Searle, Fitzroy (late Smith street), Caversham, Duiv edin, Elizabeth Sharp, beloved mother oi William H. Arrow, Mrs A. E. Selby, and Mrs John Searle; aged 76 years. Deeply regretted. "At rest." SCOTT.— On the 26th of November, at his late residence, Wangaloa, Andrew Scotfe (late of Rendall, Orkney), the beloved husband of Christina Scott; aged 60 years. Deeply regretted. TUCKER.— On the sth December, Margaret Jane, the infant daughter of Charles H. and Jessie J. Tucker TAIT.— On Sunday, December 3, at Naseby (after a short illness), John Tait; aged 14, years. WRIGHT.— On the 2nd December, at Dunedin, Elizabeth Hannah, relict of the late Thomas Wright, Roslyn; aged 53 years. IN MEMOBIAM. COLLING. — In loving remembrance of Isabella Colling, who died at Cambrians on, December 4, 1901. Day by day we all clo miss thee, Wflrds would fail our loss to tell; But in Heaven we hope Jp meet thee, Happy there with Christ to dwell. — Inserted- by her loving husband and family. JOHNSON.— In sad and loving memory of Mary Johnson, who died at Sinytton street, Maori Hill, on November 30, 1904. "In our hearts they perish not." — Inserted by her children. LIND. — In loving and affectionate memory of my dear mother, Elizabeth Lind, late of Canongate street, Dunedin, who died at Porfi Chalmers, December 1, 1898; aged 79 years. Seven, years ago to-day God's messenger came And relieved my dear mother of her pain; The sleepless nights she 'patiently bore, For Christ was waiting at the door. God then said, " Let her trouble cease," And now my dear mother rests in peace. —Inserted by her loving daughter, Mrs Jacobson. SUMMERS. — In loving memory of Marj Summers, who departed this life Decembej 5, 1904. Weep not. dear mother, but be Content, For unto thee I was but lent; The loss is great, the pain severe, To part from thee I ioved so dear. • Death to me a warning gave, But quickly took me to my grave; Then haste to Christ, make no delay, For no one knows their dying day. One year is past, and how I miss her! Friends may think the wound is healed; But they, little know the sorrow That is in my heart concealed . She is gone, but not forgotten," Never shall her memory fade; Fondest .thoughts shall ever, linger^ Round the spot where Mary's laid. —Sadly missed and deeply mourned by -hei loving mother and children. YATES. — In loving memory of Ann, th« beloved wife of Thomas Yates, sen., who diied at Caversham on December 1, 1899.— Inserted by her loving husband and family. Notification* or BlrtbF. Marriages, anrt Deaths apptarlagla iuc Witness also receive iustrtioa in ths Daily Times vi ia tfe* Monthly Summitry for Eunpe without niiitiunal cka ge, Anaounceneats of Births, Marriages, aad Dealki ■•mt M* publicatUn fr*m tie cauntrj districti .require t» be Ttrile* by the sigaature»f either »ur agent in the disuim fr»n wkitfc *• announcement is seal or »f the clergyman of th« diitrUt. Cmu** for these, 3s per imertion. When verses are addei to "Fa Memirizßi. " notices, »a additional charge or 2s Si. for chi Tittß of four line*, v mod*.
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DEATH., Otago Witness, Issue 2699, 6 December 1905
DEATH. Otago Witness, Issue 2699, 6 December 1905
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