j Kay.— Feb. 19, at Norwich Quay, Lyttelton, 1 Charles Kay, in his fifty-seventh year, after 1 seventeen years' painful ill-nogs. KicKEKziE.— Feb. 19, after a very short illness, Daniel Boyd MacKenzie, Manager of the Christchurch Gas Works ; aged forty-one years. Deeply regretted. Komlliaed.— Feb. 19, at the residence of her i parents, Kaiapoi, Ada Louisa, the dearly beloved ' daughter of Nicholas George and Lydia Mary Eohilliard, late of Guernsey, Channel Islands ; aged twenty-four years. Davison.— Feb. 10, at Templeton, Frederic- William, and on Feb. 17, Charles Thompson, infant twin sons of W. J. and E. J. Davison. They are gOEC and the grave hath received them, 'Twas Jesus that called them away; They are gono to the Lord who redeemed them, From the night to the splendour of day. Though Thon has called me to resign, What most I prized, it ne'er was mine, I have but yielded what was Thine. Thy will be done.
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DEATHS., Star, Issue 4880, 20 February 1894
DEATHS. Star, Issue 4880, 20 February 1894
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