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BEREAVEMENT NOTICE The parents and brothers of the late James R. Gard wish to extend their grateful thanks to friends and relatives for personal expressions of sympathy, cards, floral tributes, and telegrams re- ceived in the loss of a dear son and brother, especially thanking doctors and nursing staff of the Royal Hobart Hos- pital for their untiring kindness to Jim, also neighbours, the elders and members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, and Mr. Millington for funeral arrangements. Will all please accept this as a personal expression of their deepest gratitude.
GARD.- Passed peacefully away on October 1, 1948, at his; parents' residence, 2 Grayton St., Glenorchy. James Rob- ert, dearly loved and loving third son of Leonard and Stella Gard, and lov- ing brother of Bert, Vern, and Neil, in his 18th year.
GARD-HOLDEN. - On March 29, 1947, at St. Mary's Church, Springfield, by Rev I. Macdonald, Marjorie, only daughter of Mrs R. Holden, 61 Lampton Ave., Moonah, to Geoffrey, elder son of Mrs A. Gard, 74 Bastings St., Northcote. Victoria.
GARD.-Funeral of the late Mr Harold Victor Gard, late of West Firle, Old Beach, will move from the Funeral Parlours of the undersigned on Tuesday (This Day), at 2.30 pm, arriving Cornelian Bay Cemetery 2.50 pm, when friends are respectfullv invited to attend.
GARD.-Passed peacefully away on March 24. 1946, at his residence, West Firle. Old Beach. Harold Victor, dearly beloved husband of Eva S. Gard, and youngest son of the late Robert Gard, of Brighton Junction At rest.
The wife and sons of the late Wil- liam Gard, of Fairfield, Colebrook, wish to thank all friends for letters, tele- grams, cards, and floral tributes. Will all please accept this as a personal expression of deepest gratitude.
GARD.-Friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral of the late Mr William Gard, late of Fairfield, Colebrook, which will arrive at St. Peter's English Church and Cemetery, Oatlands, This Day, at 11 am.
GARD (nee Nancy Brown).-On De- cember 20, 1944. at Queen Alexandra
Hospital, to Mr and Mrs Cyril R. Gard, Brighton Junction: a daughter. - (No visitors for seven days.)
GARD.—On February 1st, 1916, at Hobart, Robert, relict of the late Ann Gard, of Rosebanks, Brighton Junction, in the 84th year of his age.
GARD.—Funeral of the late Robert Gard,of Rosebanks, Brighton Junction, will leave Brighton Station-road on Friday, the 4th inst., at 3 p.m., for St. Mark's Cemetery, Pontville, when friends, are respectfully invited to attend.
CAUSTION. - All persons trespassing on land occupied by me at Tea Tree and Brighton by shooting, hunting, or making short-cuts through the runs and pulling down fences, will be prosecuted without respect. All dogs shot.
Poison laid down.
4412 ROBERT GARD.
BREACH of the SCAB Act.— Robert Gard, of the Tea Tree, farmer, pleaded guilty to being the owner of 480 infected sheep, and not giving notice to the inspector. Fined £8 10s, find costs 7s 6d.
GARD.- On September 5, 1891 at Brighton, Anne, the beloved wife of Robert Gard, in her 57th year. Funeral will leave for St. Mark's Church, Pontville at 2 o'clock THIS DAY, 8th inst. Friends respectfully invited.
GARD-GODFREY.- On May 2, by license, at St. George's Church. Campania, by Rev. H. W. Hugill. Walter, second son of Robert Gard, Brighton, to Mary A., eldest daughter of Andrew Godfrey, " Enfield,"
LENTON-GARD.-On February 13, at St Mark's Church, Brighton, Robert James Lenton, second son of the late Robert James Lenton, to Amy, fourth daughter of Robert Gard, Brighton.
GARD-ELLISS.-On February 16, 1904 at Holy Trinity Church, Hobart, by the Rev. Canon Shoobridge, Harold Victor Gard, youngest son of Robert Gard, Brighton, to Eva S. Elliss, eldest daughter of George Elliss, Berriedale.
ELLISS—GARD.—On October 9, at St. Mark's Church, Pontville, by the Rev. John K. Wilmer, William Henry Elliss, third son of Mr. Henry Elliss, of Glenorchy, to Mary Ann Gard, eldest daughter of Mr. Robert Gard, of Tea Tree.