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M U9 M. O. : &■""•'; CERTIFICATED MASSEUSI, • Dry, Hot Air, and Electrical Treatment. ' Corner Ormond Road and Fox St. Telephone 1138. 836 1 ~PRFLMINARY NOTICE. J SCHOOL OF MUSIC. ] MRS." BUTLER (for many years* a i Teacher Jn Gisbornei v Will Resume NOVEMBER Ist. . « No. 2 DERBY STREET. ' P.O. Box 165. Telephone, 217. • 257 \ FOR HONOR'S CAUSE. I HILLS. — In loving memory of Rifleman C. F. R. G. Ilills, 26th Reinforce- ; inenta, ki]le<l m action at Ijc Quesnoy, i France, November 4th, 1918. ; Th? fern midst the flowers of the wreath • Will not perisji, nor hs left to. wayward ' chance ; •* For, like the glory of his life,' it's twined, < With the pure lify of old France. . • : — Inserted by Jiis loviiig parents. HILLS. — In, -loving memory of our*dear brother, C. F. R. G. Hills, killed m action, November 4th, 1918. One year lias passed, and none can tell j The loss of one we loved, so >yell ; God knows how much ,we miss him, Ho counts the tenrs v?e shed,. And whispers "Hush ! he only sleeps — Your loved one is not dead." — Inserted by his loving brothers. JOHNSON.— In loving memory of our dear son and brother, Rifleman Ewart G. (Jack) Johnson, kLVJed m. action, at Le Quesnoy, November 4th, 1918. No one knows how much we miss him, • Only those who've lost can tell Of, the. grief that is borne m silence. '< For the one we loved so well. | He sleeps m a far-off laaid, ni a grave we may never see, But some day a gently hand may lay do.wji a flower foivme. With aching hearts we shook his hand, tears glistened m our eyes; We wished him luck, but never thought It was his last goodfbye. — Inserted by his mother, father, sisters, and brother. . JOHNSON.— In loving memory of <jnr" dear mate, Jack Johnson, killed m action November 4,th, 1918. A - He sleeps not m. ihis"*'njitive' land,"' But: 'neath a foreign sky r '. And far from those, who loved him .best, , ' '" . ---•--,.-.<- ..-..- In a hero's grave he lies. j .. — Inserted by Ilia -loving mates. •

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6, Poverty Bay Herald, Volume XLVI, Issue 15057, 4 November 1919

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6 Poverty Bay Herald, Volume XLVI, Issue 15057, 4 November 1919

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