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[In order to guard against imposition, notices of

Births, Marriages, and Deaths must be authenti- cated by some respectable person to ensure their insertion.]

BIRTHS.

BOWKER.—On the 20th July, the wife of Percy  

J. Bowker, of Wirricoo, Harrow—a son.

DEATHS.  

BOND.—On the 10th August, at her late residence,  

Adamson-street, Heidelberg (suddenly), Hannah,   relict of the late Joseph Bond, in her 81st year.

BURNS.—On the 10th August, 1910 (suddenly), at

her residence, "Tomino," Laurel Bank Parade, Geelong, Louise Elizabeth, relict of the late J, J. Burns.  

CAGNEY.—On the 9th August, at her late resi-

dence, "Bondi," High-street, Preston (after a   painful accident), Elizabeth, relict of the late Martin Cagney, aged 68 years. A loving mother and a true friend.

"May her dear soul be at rest."

CURTIS.—On the 10th August, at "Finchley," 43

Finlayson-street, Malvern, Margaret, the dearly   beloved wife of Edward, and loving mother of

Eustace.  

"A good wife and mother." —(Portland papers please copy.)

DUNSTONE.—On the 10th August (of pneumonia),

at his parents' residence, No. 79 Beaconsfield- parade, Albert-park, Richard Swanwick, the

second dearly beloved son of Richard H. and Ada C. Dunstone, aged 16 years.  

A bright life cut short.

DUFF.—On the 8th August, Eliza Duff, the dearly

beloved wife of Bernard Duff, of 261 Burwood- road, Glenferrie, late of Launceston, Tasmania,     aged 78 years, (Interred privately on 9th inst., at Boroondara Cemetery.)

GARDNER.—On the 9th August, at "Harra-ville,"

Motherwell-street, Hawksburn, Mary J., the be-

loved wife of Robert Gardner.

"Deeply mourned."

GRIFFIN.—On the 10th August, 1910, at his resi-

dence, No. 10 Barrett-street, Albert-park, Wil- liam Griffin, aged 73 years. By request no flowers. Requiescat in pace.

HULL.—On the 1st August, 1910, at his residence,

San Remo, George, beloved husband of Georgina Hull, and father of Mrs. John Mather, Mrs. L. R. Davies-Griffith, and Emily, Alice, Alfred, and William, aged 86. (A colonist of 73 years.)

INCE.—On the 10th August, at "Eureka," Nimmo-

street, Middle-park, Elizabeth, the dearly loved wife of Richard Ince (lnce Bros.), aged 48. No flowers, by request.

JAMES.—On the 7th August, at the residence of her

daughter (Mrs. Miller), Foster-street, South Gee- long, Anne James, widow of the late Samuel Richard James (late of St. Arnaud), in her 66th

year.

Requiescat in pace.

—(St. Arnaud papers please copy.)  

McINNESS.—On the 9th August, at his residence,  

89 Luscombe-street, East Brunswick, Archibald McInness, late of Ballachulish, Scotland. A     colonist of 57 years.  

At rest.

NEILSEN.—At the residence of her brother-in-law,

P. M. Browne, "Tarina," Portarlington, Dora, youngest daughter of H. C. Neilson, Kalgoorlie, (late of St. Arnaud), aged 28.

REID.—On the 10th August, at Douglas-street,

Toorak, Rev. John Bently Reid, Presbyterian   minister, aged 68 years. (Private funeral.) Ade- laide papers please copy.

SMITH.—On the 10th August, at Matlock, Alex-

ander Racka, the dearly beloved husband of Agnes Smith, and brother of William and Mrs. Rawson, of Gaffney's Creek, aged 42 years. Fortified by rites of holy church.

Rest in peace.

WATSON.—On the 10th August, at "Melmora,"

Burwood-road, Hawthorn, Edith Charlotte, youngest beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.

Watson.

IN MEMORIAM.

COUGLE. –In loving memory of my dear wife and

our dear mother, Mary Cougle, who died at Nathalia, August 12, 1909.

A precious one from us is gone,

A voice we loved is stilled;

A place is vacant in our home,

Which never can be filled.

–(Inserted by her loving husband, W. S. Cougle and children.)

HAMILTON. —In fond and loving memory of my dear husband, Thomas Hamilton, who died at "Lovely View," Sandon, on August 10, 1907; also my dear sister. Margaret Robinson, ,who died at Truganina on the 2nd ot September, 1907.

Here on earth we'll never meet

Again, to hold communion sweet; I hope to meet on the blest shore,

Where farewell words are heard no more.

Gone, but not forgotten. —(Inserted by his loving wife.)

IN sad and loving memory of our dear Kitty,

dearly loved daughter of the late Edward and Katherine Healey, 46 Thomson-street, South-Mel-bourne, who died at Bendigo, August 11,1901;

also Edward, the dearly loved husband and father of the above, who died October 24, 1909. R.I.P. Father and daughter reunited.  

We mourn the loss of those we loved,

Wo did our best to save;

Beloved in life, regretted gone,

Remembered in the grave.

Deeply mourned and sadly missed.

—(Inserted by mother, sisters, and brothers.)

JACOBE.—In loving remembrance of our darling

mother, who departed this life on the 11th August, 1908: also our loving father, who passed away on the 25th October, 1908.

We who love them sadly miss them,

Though we knew that God Knew best,  

When He eased their pain and suffering,

And He took them home to rest.

—(Inserted by their loving daughters, D. E. and

K. B.)

KENNERLEY.—In sad and loving remembrance of my dear husband, George, who departed this life  

on August 11, 1903. R.I.P. (Inserted by his loving wife, Kate Kennerley.)

FUNERAL NOTICES.

BURNS.—The Friends of the late Mr. J. J.

BURNS are respectfully informed that the re- mains of his late dearly loved wife, Louise Eliza, beth, will be interred in the Eastern Cemetery, Geelong, on Friday, the 12th inst.

The funeral will move from "Tomino," Laurel Bank Parade, Geelong, at 2.30 p.m.

WILLIAM WELLINGTON, Undertaker, 122 Ryrie- street, Geelong.

CAGNEY.—The Friends of the late Mrs. ELIZA-

BETH CAGNEY (relict of the late Martin Cagney) are respectfully invited to follow her re- mains to the place of interment, in the Coburg

Cemetery.

The funeral is appointed to leave her residence, "Bondi," High-street, Preston, THIS DAY (Thurs- day, August 11), at 3.30 p.m.

HENRY J. R. LEWIS, Undertaker, Johnston- street, Fitzroy; and High-street, Northcote. Tele- phone, 1160, Central.

CURTIS.—The Friends of Mr. EDWARD CURTIS

are respectfully invited to follow the remains of his late beloved wife to the place of interment, the Melbourne Cemetery.

The funeral is appointed to move from his resi- dence, "Finchley," Finlayson-street, Malvern, THIS DAY (Thursday, August 11), at 11 a.m.

W. G. APPS, Undertaker, High street, St. Kilda (telephone 71, Win. Ex.); and Horne-street,

Elsternwick.

DUNSTONE.—The Friends of Mr. RICHARD H.

DUNSTONE (engineer) are respectfully in- vited to follow the remains of his dearly loved second eldest son, Richard Swanwick, to the place

of interment.

The funeral will leave his residence, No. 79

Beaconsfield-parade, Albert park, To-morrow (Fri- day, the 12th of August, 1910), at 2 p.m.

JOHN ALLISON, Undertaker and Embalmer, 55 Cardigan place, Albert-park, opposite State school. Tel. 2088, Central.

GARDNER.—The Friends of Mr. ROBERT GARDNER are respectfully informed that the  

remains of his late beloved wife will be interred in the St. Kilda Cemetery.

The funeral will move from his residence, No. 83 Motherwell-street, Hawksburn, TO-DAY (Thurs- day, 11th August), at 3 o'clock.

B. MATTHEWS, Undertaker, Toorak-road, South

Yarra, and at Oakleigh.

GRIFFIN.—The Friends of the late Mr. WILLIAM

GRIFFIN are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the St. Kilda General Cemetery.

Tlie funeral is appointed to leave his residence, No. 10 Barrett-street, Albert-park, THIS DAY (Thursday, the 11th August, 1910), at 2.15 p.m.

CHAS. P. FRILAY, Undertaker and Funeral rector, 108 and 313 Clarendon-street, South Mel- bourne, and at 307 Nicholson-street, Carlton. Tel.

420, City.

INCE.—The Friends of Mr. RICHARD INCE are  

respectfully invited lo follow the remains of his late dearly beloved wife, Elizabeth, to the place of intennent, the Melbourne General Ceme-

tery.

The funeral will leave his residence, 57 Nimmo- street, Middle-park. THIS MORNING (Thursday, 11th inst.), at 11.30, arriving at the cemetery at

12.45.  

T. RENTLE, Undertaker, Park-strcct, South Mel- bourne. Tel. 1179.

McINNES.-The Friends of the late Mr. ARCHI-

BALD McINNES are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Melbourne General Cemetery.

The funeral is appointed to move from his resi- dence, 99 Luscombe-street, East Brunswick, THIS DAY (Thursday, 11th), at half-past 2 o'clock punc-

tually.

WILLIAM GEORGE APPS, Undertaker, Fitzroy and Moor streets, Fitzroy. Telephone 1045.

FUNERAL NOTICES.

WATSON.—The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. JAMES

WATSON are respectfully informed that the remains of their dearly beloved daughter, Edith Charlotte, will be interred in the Boroondara

Cemetery.

The funeral is appointed to leave their residence, 140 Burwood road, Hawthorn, THIS DAY (Thurs- day, 11th August), at 11 a.m.  

Private funeral, by request.

LE PINE and SON, Funeral Directors, 314 Bur- wood-road, Hawthorn, Camberwell, Surrey Hills,     Richmond, and Collingwood. 'Phone Haw., 112.    

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