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Family Notices

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[In order to guard against imposition, notices of

Births, Marriages, and Deaths must be authenti- cated by some respectable person in Melbourne

to ensure their insertion.]


DUNSTAN. -On the 27th January, at "Fairleigh,"

Stawell, the wife of William Dunstan, teacher,

Deep Lead-a daughter.

GORDON-GLASSFORD. -On the 1st February,

at 25 Gillespie-crescent, Edinburgh, Scotland, the wife of Ian Gordon-Glassford, Mewburn-park, Maffra, a son, stillborn. (By cable.)


ROGERS- McCAW. -On the 31st January, John Warrington, eldest son of John Warrington   Rogers, Esq., K.C., of London formerly of Mel- bourne to Catherine, eldest daughter of James McCaw, Esq., of Urandangie, Queensland.

WOOD-BELL. -On the 16th January, at The

Manse, Wagga Wagga, N.S.W, by Rev. Charles

Bell, assisted by Rev. Alex Yule, uncle of the bride, and Rev. Jas. Carson, of Junee, Alex- ander Grant, second son of Joseph H. Wood, of   M'Lean Bros, and Rigg Ltd., Melbourne, to Mary Elizabeth, second daughter of Rev. Charles Bell, Wagga Wagga, N.S.W.


BAVIN.-On the 6th February, Thomas Johnson,

beloved husband of Hannah M. Bavin, of "Cross- lea," Orchard-street, North Brighton, only son of Johnson Bavin, Wimblington, Cambridge- shire, England, aged 72 years.

ELDEN.-On the 5th February, at Seymour, Mary

Margaret (May), the beloved wife of C. E.  

Elden, Upper Autumn street, Geelong, eldest daughter of E. W. Binder, Wynnstay-grove, Ar-   madale, and late of the Education Department, aged 30 years. "Safe in the arms of Jesus."

FORD. -On the 6th January, at the residence of

his daughter, Pambula, N.S.W., William Ford, sen., master printer, Exeter, England, a colonist of 57 years, aged 82 years. Rest in the Lord.

HARRISON. -On the 6th February, at his resi-

dence, 100 Ballarat-road, Footscray, Edwin Walter, fellmonger, the beloved husband of Martha Harrison, aged 62 years. Deeply re- gretted by all who knew him.

KANE.- On New Year's Day, 1901, at Bayswater,

Charlotte Elizabeth, daughter of the late Benja- min Kane, Esq., of Portsmouth, aged 65. Aus- tralian papers please copy.

MACDONALD.- On the 6th February, at Mel-

bourne, Alexander, the fourth son of the late Simon Macdonald, Horse Shoe Bend, Terang, aged 29 years.

M'ARTHUR.-On the 6th February, 1901, at his

late residence, 113 Stokes-street, Port Melbourne, Archibald, the dearly beloved Husband of Mary Ann M'Arthur, and loving father of a large and sorrowing family, in his 62nd year.

Nothing in my hand I bring; Simply to Thy cross I cling.

STRONG. -On the 6th February, at her residence,

32 Malakoff-street, St. Kilda, Ada Dewson Cleverdon, the beloved wife of William B. Strong, aged 28 years.

WATTERS.-On the 5th February, at "Gowrie-

cottage," Koornang-road, Rosstown, John Wat- ters, in his 81st year.


BRUCE.-In loving memory of Cecil Bruce,

died 7th February, 1899. (Inserted by a friend.) HODGSON.-In fond and loving memory of my

dear husband, Studholme George Hodgson, who departed this life at "Gnarwin," Beaconsfield- parade, St. Kilda, February 7, 1893, brother-in- law of the baronet Sir Francis Wood, the brother of Sir Evelyn Wood. One of the best. Deeply loved and deeply mourned.

Many a lonely hour,

Many a sleepless night,

I think of you, my husband dear,

In your heavenly home so bright.

Dearest friends may try to cheer me,

Yet for you I still do call.

None on earth could be so kind,

When I lost you I lost my all.

-(Inserted by his loving wife, Caroline Hodg-



MRS. ROBERT WALKER returns her heartfelt

THANKS to her many friends for their   sympathy and kindness in her sad bereavement, "Windermere," St. Vincent-place, Albert-park.


M'ARTHUR.-The Friends of the late Mr.

ARCHIBALD M'ARTHUR are respectfully invited to follow his remains to their last resting- place, in the Melbourne General Cemetery.

His funeral is appointed lo leave his residence, No. 113 Stokcs-strect, Port Melbourne, THIS DAY (Thursday, the 7th inst.), at 3 o'clock p.m.

R. M'KENZIE, Undertaker, Port and South Melbourne. Telephone 1928.

MANSON.-The Friends of the late Mr. WIL-    

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

The funeral is appointed to leave his late resi- dence, "Hunting Tower," Church-street, Haw- thorn, THIS DAY (Thursday, February 7, 1901), at 2.30 p.m.          

W. G. RAVEN, Undertaker, Hawthorn.

THE Funeral of Mrs. ALBERT SPRIGG will

leave Thalatta, Cochrane-street, at half-past 1 o'clock, for the Brighton Cemetery, THIS DAY.

ROBERT M'DOWELL, Undertaker, Brighton.

WATTERS.-The Friends of the late Mr. JOHN WATTERS are respectfully informed that   his remains will be interred in the St. Kilda Ceme-


The funeral will leave "Gowrie-cottage," Koor- nang-road, Rosstown, THIS DAY (Thursday, 7th February), at 3 p.m.

A. J. RAYBOULD, Undertaker, opposite rail- way station, Malvern. Head office, 232 Chapel- street, Prahran. Telephone 17, Windsor Ex-