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BAKEK.— January 25th. 1907, at the residence of H. Towaft, Waltham Road, Sydenham, Ada, beloved daughter of George and Elizabeth Baker; Greenpark ; aged eighteen years. . LONG.— At Derrylin, Kyle, on Jany. 24th, Mary Louisa, third beloved daughter of William and Amy A. Long; aged nineteen
years and ten mqnths. LEWIS.— On December 25th, 1906, at his late residence, Thomas Stephen Lewis, only son of the late Thomas Lewis, of Si; Albans. McALIECE.— On the 25th January, 1907, at Aldred* Street, Chrisfchurcli, Adelaide Margary, dearly beloved daughter of Mrs and the late William M'Aliece; aged twentythree years. McF ALL.— January 24th, at 15, Grafton Street, Linwood, Edward Thomas, beloved son of Mary ' and Edward McFall ; aged five and a half months. Deeply regretted. SMELLIE.— At Clarendon Terrace, Eadley, on Jan. 24th.' Frederick Alexander, infant eon of John T-. and Lucy A. Smellie (lftte of Leithfield); aged four months. Funeral ■will leave for the Linwood Cemetery this day, Saturday, at 11 a.m. WOOl).— Harriett* Madeline, younger daughter of Henry and Margaret Wood; in her sixth year. . ,
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