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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS.
GOLTZ.- In loving memory of our dear grand-
father, who passed away at Pink Lily, Au-
gust 11th, 1929.
Upright and just in all his ways,
Faithful and trusted to the end of his days. (Inserted by his grandson and granddaugh-
ter-in-law, Bill and Emma Teal.)
GOLTZ.- In loving remembrance of our dear
father, William Goltz, who passed away on
the 11th August, 1929.
We will need a hand to guide us,
When we pass the flowing tide,
Will you come to meet us father,
When we reach the other side?
(Inserted by his loving sons and daughter.)
MORRIS.- In loving memory of our dear sister
Mary Isabella, who died on the 11th August, 1927.
In our lonely hours of thinking,
How we wish that you were here;
We have lost our truest, dearest friend,
When we lost you, sister dear.
(Inserted by her brother and sister-in-law
DAVIS.- In loving memory of Mrs. R. Davis
(Ir. Jeannie Black), who passed away at her residence, Thurston-street, on Friday, the 8th August, 1930.
(Inserted by her loving sons and daughter,
and sorrowing relatives.)
MORRIS.- In loving memory of our dear daugh-
ter and sister, Mary Isabella Morris, who died at Alpha Hospital, on 11th August, 1927. Treasured memories of one so dear, Are often recalled by a silent tear;
Dearer to memory than words can tell, Is the one we lost and loved so well.
(Inserted by her loving mother, sister,
brothers and sister-in-law.)
DRAPER.- In loving memory of our dear son,
who fell asleep August 11th, 1929.
(Inserted by his loving mother and father.)