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KELLY (nee Cross).— On the 16th April, at
Hawkesbury, Grosvenor-street, South Yarra, the wife of R. W. Kelly—a daughter.
PHILLIPS.—On the 12th April at Eurella-vale,
Euroa, the wife of A. J. Phillips of a win
TURNER.—On the 16th April, at Canterbury-road,
Canterbury, the wife of W. J. G. Turner
HUGHES—DUTTON.—On the 9th March, 1904, at
the residence of the bride's grandmother, "The Pelican," Wangaratta, Sara M. F. Hutton, to Fredrick C., eldest son of the late R. Hughes, Wangaratta.
McKENZIE—NICHOL.—On the 9th March at
"Rosebank," Ascotvale, by the Rev. J.
McKenzie, M.A., B.D., James Donald, son of James McKenzie, Esq., J.P., Bet Bet, to Elizabeth A (Lizzie), eldest daughter of the late
RANSOME—ABRAMOWSKI.—On the 15th March,
at St. Anselm's, Middle-park, Melbourne, by the Rev. J. Stephen Hart, Herbert, third son of Captain C. F. Ransome, of Mildura, to Nora, eldest daughter of Dr. O. L. M. Abramowski, also of
the 20th April, 1854, at St. Paul 's Church, Melbourne,
by the Rev. Louis A. Baker, James, third ton of James Russell, of Stirling, Scotland to Esther Carter, third daughter of Samuel Studman, of Hitchin, Hertfordshire, England. Present address—234 Coventry-street, South Melbourne.
BATCHELOR.—On the 18th April at the resi-
dence of his son-in-law, J. C. Barber, 194 High-
street, Northcote, William, the beloved husband of Janet Batchelor, of Panton Hill, formerly of Sunbury, aged 75 years. A colonist of 52 years. (Interred on the 19th.)
BROWN. —On the 18th April, at Melbourne Hos-
pital (result of accident), Henry George Arm- stead, of 192 Gore-street, Fitzroy, formerly inspector of public works Ballarat and Maryborough, aged 67 years.
COE.—On the 16th April, at "Claremont," Portland,
Phyllis Mary Crawford, infant daughter of William Edward and Amy Coe, of "St. Ann's," Heywood, aged 6½ months.
CRAIG.—On the 19th April, at his residence,
"Prospect-house," Lisson-grove, Glenferrie, Robert Craig, late of H. M. Customs, aged 81 years. No flowers, by request.
DAVIS.—On the 18th April, at her residence,
"Bath-villa," Hastings, Sarah, beloved wife of the late William Giller Davis, 63 years. Deeply
DAVEY.—On the 18th April, at "Gwyenfer,"
Severn-street, Box Hill, Ronald Owen, dearly beloved second son of Harry H. and Annie Davey, aged 1 year and 5 months.
"Ours once and always."
DUNBAR.—On the 17th April, at Melbourne, John
Dunbar, a native of Turriff, Scotland.
HOOPPELL.—On the 19th April, at Malmsbury,
Harry Robert, the beloved husband of Catherine Frances Hooppell, aged 37 years.
LASCELLES.—On the 11th March, 1904, at his
residence, 13 Ashchurch-terrace, W. London, John Lascelles, barrister-at-law, formerly of the Chief Secretary's Office, Victoria, aged 90½y ears.
LOVITT.—On the 15th April, at Mizpah-cottage,
Pynsent-street, Horsham, Evelyn Hope, dearly beloved daughter of Gilbert and Annie Lovitt, aged 8 months. At rest.
MULLER.—On the 18th April, at her late residence,
Queenstown, Pauline Louise, relict of the late Johan Muller, and beloved mother of P aul and Otto Muller, aged 78 years.
RUTHERFORD.—On the 19th April, at her late
residence, "Birdston," Wilson-street, North Brighton, Mrs. Mary E. Rutherford, aged 61 years
(late of Goornong).
SEWARD.—On the 19th April at "Tyntyndyer,"
Moonee Ponds, Elva Gertrude, the fifth daughter of George and Sarah Seward, aged 38 years.
SHAW.—On the 19th April, at "Wakatu," Berkeley
-street, Upper Hawthorn, Marjorie Alice, the infant daughter of H. Wharton and Alice Shaw, aged 3 weeks.
SMITH.—On the 18th April, at her residence,
Maffra-road, Sale, Mary, beloved wife of William Smith, aged 61 years. R.I.P.
WARD.—On the 18th April, at Byaduk (near
Hamilton), Charlotte, wife of the late James Ward and dearly beloved mother of Mrs. George Law, "St. Elmo," Amess-street, North Carlton; Mrs. William Brand, "Esdale," Byaduk; Mrs. William Hart, "San Remo," Ratlhdown-street, North Carlton, and "Woodlands," Lubeck; Mrs. George Smith, "Wattle-grove," Byaduk; and Mrs. Samuel Clarke, "Cottersloe," Canterbury, in her
"In sure and certain hope of a glorious
BRUCE.—In sad and loving memory of my dear
husband, Samuel, who died at his residence,
Tighnabruaich," Maribyrnong-road, Ascotvale, April 20, 1901.
No note of warning did I have,
Oh death! you silent came,
And look away my husband dearr,
And left behind you sorrow's pain.
But we'll meet again the loved and lost,
When parting rends the heart no more,
When we death's mystic dream have crossecd,
And moored our barque on yonder shore.
LEITCH.—In sorrowful remembrance of my dear
mother, who died at Fernbank, Gippsland, on 20th April, 1903.
Noble she was contemning all things mean, Her life unquestioned and her soul serene;
Shame knew her not she dreaded no disgrace, Truth, simple truth was written in her face. —(Her loving daughter, A.U.)
MILLETT.—In said and loving memory of our
dearest Willie, who die I suddenly on the 20th April, at his residence, Rupertswood Hotel, Sunbury. R.I.P. (Inserted by his loving parents, George and Helena Millett, Village Belle Hotel
O'BRIEN.—In fond and loving remembrance of
my dear wife and our fond mother the second anniversary of whose death occurs April 20.
Sacered Heart of Jesus have mercyn on her soul,
Immaculate Heart of Mary your prayers for her
Rest in peace. —(W. O'Brien, Byrneside.)
SHEAHAN.—In sail and loving memory of our dear
daughter, Mary Katherine Sheahan, who died 20th April, 1903. "May her soul rest in peace."
(Inserted by her sorrowing parents, sisters, and brothersm Mr. and Mrs. T. Hogan, Bourke-street, Melbourne.)
WARREN.—-In loving memory of our dear father ,
John, who died suddenly, at 101 Canterbury- road ,Toorak, on 20th April, 1903, aged 66
Thou art not forgotten father,
Or ever wilt thou lbe
As long as life and memory last
We will remember thee.
BISHOP.—The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. D.
BISHOP are respectfully informed that the
remains of their the beloved son, Thomas Charles, will be interred in the Brighton Cemetery.
The funeral will move from No. 487 High-street, East Prahran THIS DAY (Wednesday, April 20),
at 3 o'clock.
B. MATTHEWS, Undertaker, Toorak-road, South Yarra; and at Oakleigh.
RUTHERFORD.—The Friends of the late Mrs. MARY E. RUTHERFORD are respectfully in- formed that her remains will be interred in the White Hills Cemetery, Bendigo, on arrival of Mel- bourne train at 12 noon To-morrow (Thursday,
April 21, 1904).
J. MONKHOUSE, Undertaker, Carpenter-street, North Brighton. Tel. 162, Brighton.
THE Friends of the late ROBERT CRAIG are
invited to follow his remains to the place of inter- ment, the St. Kilda Cemetery.
The funeral is appointed to move from his residence,
"Prospect-house," Lisson-grove, Glenferrie, THIS DAY (Wednesday, 29th inst.), at 3 o'clock.
A. A. SLEIGHT Undertaker Tel. 410.