[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. ]
LOUGHNAN.-On the 22ud August, at St» Bruns
nick-street, Fitzroy, the wife of P. J. Loughnan
of a son (stillborn).
MACDON1LD-On the 21th .Tul), at Brunswick,
the wale of J E. Macdonald-a son.
NEWNHAM-GARDNER.-On the 24th July, at St.
Michael's Church of England, Prince's Hill, North Carlton, by the Rev. W.R. Cooling, Joseph, son of William Newnham, Camberwell, to Mary (Mollie), youngest daughter of the late Wm. Gardiner, late governor of H.M. Gaol, Bal-
TUCKER-MIERS.-On the 30th May, 1001, by the
Rev. Dr. Paton, Albert Lee, eldest son of the Hon. A. L. Tucker, of "Colebrooke," North Filzroy, to Harriet Effemia (Ellie), eldest daugh- ter of the late Henry Standage Miers, of Nor- wood, South Australia.
BIGGS.-On the 25th August, at his residence,
"Archenfield," De Carle street, Brunswick, Benjamin Biggs, in his 75th year. A colonist
of 50 years.
BROWNE.-On the 25th August, at his residence,
162 Hotham-street, East Melbourne, Edward Elgin Browne, aged 77 years. A colonist of 49 years. (No flowers, by request.)
BURKE.-On the 24th August, at his residence,
14 Lothian-street. North Melbourne, James Burke (Coventry, England), husband of the late Lucy Burke, and father of Arthur, Louis, Maurice, and William Burke, aged 50 years. R.I.P.
CAMPIN.-On the 25th August, at Oxley-road,
Glenferrie, Henry Campin, eldest brother of
Charles and Alice Campin.
COWDEROY.-On the 21st August (suddenly, of
heart disease, while visiting a friend) , Frank Cowderoy, for several years cashier of the Traffic department, Victorian Railways, first at Ballarat
and afterwards at Geelong.
DALY.-On the 25th August, at Gibson-road,
Sandringham, Eliza, relict of the late Joseph Daly, native Co. Kildare, Ireland, aged 81 years. A colonist of 10 years. R.I.IP.
DONNELLY.-On the 25th August, Frances Vero-
nica (Vera), the dearly loved and eldest child of John and Theresa Donnelly, aged 10 years
and 6 months.
FINARTY.-On the 24th August, 1901, at his re- sidence, Lady of the Lake Hotel, Laketown,
Patrick, the beloved husband of Margaret Finarty, aged 71 years. R.I.P.
GIFFORD.-On the 25th August, of diphtheria, at
her parents' residence, No. 26 Carnarvon-street, East Brunswick, Margaret Moss, the dearly be- loved and only daughter of James and Isabel Gifford, aged 4 years 4 months.
GREEN. -On the 25th August, at his residence, 53
Lennox-street, Richmond, Edward Green, for- merly superintendent Government Printing Office, Melbourne, the dearly loved father of Mrs. Alex. Earle and Mrs. Frank Naylor, also of Edward, John S., and Arthur W. Green,
aged 68 years.
JEWELL.-On the 25th August, at his residence,
28 Wolseley-parade, Kensington, William Henry, the beloved husband of Elizabeth Jane Jewell, late of Clunes, aged 68 years.
KIPLING.-On the 25th August, 1901, at his late
residence, "Lyndale," The Avenue, Royal-park, Henry, the beloved husband of Jane Kipling, and second son of the late John Stuart Kipling, solicitor, aged 54.
MADDEN.-On the 24th August, at his residence,
Inverness Hotel, Oaklands Junction, Thomas Madden, aged 27 years.
Requiescat in pace.
SALMON.-On the 25th August, at lils late resi-
dence, Preston, Frederick, Hie beloved husband of Kathleen Salmon, late of Coolong, aged 71
SMITH.-On the 24th August, at Bignell-road,
East Brighton, Mary, wife of the late Thomas Smith, and daughter of Mrs. Cornelius Mccor- mack, aged 37 years. Rest in peace. No
flowers, by request.
STOTT.-On the 25th August, at Auburn-parade,
Auburn, John A., the beloved husband of Isa- bella Stott (formerly of Brighton), aged 49
WARBURTON.-On the 25th August, Henry War-
burton, the dearly beloved father of Mrs. M. Marum, of 4 Grey-street, South Yarra; H.J. Warburton, of Windsor; P. F., R., and J. J. Warburton, aged 73 years. R.I.P. A colonist of 48 years. No flowers, by request.
WHITAKER.-On the 24th August, at his resi-
dence, Korumburra, Thomas Whitaker, beloved husband of Christiana Whitaker, aged 63 years.
DANIEL.-In loving remembrance of our dear
mother, who died August 26, 1898, at Whittle-
We miss thoo from our Iiomc dear; wc miss Dice
from thy place.
A shadow o%cr our Hie is cast; wc miss the sun-
shine of thy rico- . .... , , " * , , Wc ml« thy kind and willing liand, Jliy .fond
and earnest care, Our home Is,dark without theo; wo miss thee ? everywhere. .--'.*
-(Inserted by her loving sqns. and daughter.)
EDWARDS.-In fond remembrance of my darling
«Utor, Mrs. Ilattlo F,dwards, wlio died at Minora' liest, August 20, IStlO. At rest. (Inserted by her loving sister, Mrs. W, Simmons,)
GILMOUR.-In loving memory of my beloved bus
bind. William Kcnnrth Gilmour, who departed lids life on 20th August, 1000; also, on the 13th September, Elizabeth (Lily), beloved mid only daughter. Sadly missed.
Left behind them nn influence so sweet
That daily still, though sad and weary-hearted, Their loving face and form I seem to meet.
KULLY,-In sad and atTectlonntc remembrance of
our dear mother, Mary Kelly, who departed this life on August 20,1801," at Ballway Hotel, Yurru rillc; and also our. dear father. William Kelly, »ho departed this life at Railway Hotel, Yarra- ville, on April 12, 1000. May their souls rest In peate. (Mary, Kittle,- and Jennie.)
NEALE: in affectionate and sad remembrance of
our beloved son, Anthony Phillp Neale, who de- parted this life at Ascotvale on 26th August, 1900. (Inserted by his sorrowing parents, A. and E. Neale, and his brother Arthur, Windsor.)
MXCi:.-In sad hut laving remembrance of my
heioved husband mid our dear- fnther, Louis Vince, who departed this life nt Ballarat on August 20, IS!». Mny his soul rest in peace.
WEMYSS.-In sad but loving memory of my dear
wife, Mayslc Wemyw, who died August 2(1,
THE Rev. W. II. und the MIsies COOPER desire
to THANK their friends for the many kind c\ pressions of sympathy, letter*, telegrams, and llor.il tributes received In their recent bereave-
A Solemn and Tlemilom Mass «111 be colcbntcd
for the renixe ot the toul of the late MATY SMITH, at St 1 ¡nlmr Cliun.li, Point Nepean toni, Ilngliton THIS MORNING (20th ¡nst ), commun.«
inR it 10 10
Tlie funeral will leave the church at 12 o clock for Hie Brighton Ccmetcri
110111-HT M'DOWALL, Undertaker, Day street, Illlshlon
BIGGS. -The Trlends of tlie late Mr BENJA MIN BIGGS ore respectfullj Invited to folio« his remnlns to the placo of Interment, in tlio Co 1 ure Cometer)
The funeral Is appointed to toe lils late rosl
ii mo " \rchcnfteld," De Carle street, Bunswlck, TiMIURHOW (Tucsda), August 27), at half-past 2 ( clock
lll-VM I li Ll'WlS Undertaker, Johnston. Mrret, I Uno), and High street, Northcote lele pi one 1100_
BURLE. -The Friend« of the late Mr JAMES
BURKE are respcclfiill) Imltcd lo follow lilt minim In tin. place of intennent, the .Melbourne
diiicnl 11 nu ten
Hu lunrral will lemo lils late residence, II lolWin street, North Melbourne, THIS DAY (Mon ila» -nth ¡nst ), at 3 o'clock
lOsrPIl \l I.ISON, Undertaker and 1 mbalmer, 1 «J I no1 street. North Melbourne, and at Mt Uixander road, Moonee Pond« Téléphone 7S1
DONNELLY.-The Friends of Mr and Mrs
DONNELLY aro informed that the remilns of tlulr dciirl) loved eldest daughter v»!Il be interred in Iii lloroondnra Ccinctcr), Kew
Hit fiiiicnl will leave their residence, Tli\crsdalc mail \ubiirn, TIMS DAY (Monda), 20th inst ),
«I 1 o dock u m
\ M F4DDUKY, Undertaker, Burwood road, \ulmrn
FREE.-The lricnds of the late Mr WILLIAM FREE arc most respcetfull> in\lted to follow mi remains to tho place of interment, the Baroon dara Ccmetcri, lu»
Hie funeral «111 leaic his late resldince, SI (olumbs strict, Ha«thorn, nilb D\Y (Mondni
*uinnl -'(J), at 2»0 pin , n servite will In. held al Ile SI Colomb's Church, and then pioeud to
Hie tenu tin
OTTO Pill USS Underhker, lluruood riid Obn firrle_ Telephone No J,_Uawthorn 1 \tliiiure_ GIFFORD.- lliclilcmli'of Mr JAMES GIFFORD
, »re re»|Kitfully Invited to folio« Hie it
"nins of hi* late douri) biloicd nul oui) iliiiulitu, Mariwit Mow, to tile pluto of intermtnl, In Hit Milboiirnc Gcnti ii Cometer)
lut (iinenl Is appolnlcd lo lemo his residente No .ii c irnaitoii street l.u>l Driiiisnitk 'Ulis 1>\\ (Manila), 211th August) lit I n i lot'l
IIOMtslliNin ML1SON lind itnkii and I in iliiui in lislnviiul LirKou Hobt «tint
UUIiisuooil and »7 Mctorh HIILCI Hut Mtl
bourn, noir I rrol slicet Jcloploni No US' _ GREEN -The friends of the late Mr. EDWARD GREEN, formerly superintendent Government Printing Office, Melbourne, are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Boroondara Cemetery, Kew.
The funeral will leave his late residence, No. 53 Lennox-street, Richmond, to-morrow (Tuesday, 27th August, 1901), at 2 o'clock, and proceed to St. Stephen's Church, Richmond, after which the cortege will proceed to the cemetery.
GEORGE H. DICKASON, Embalmer and Undertaker,
230 Bridge-road, Richmond. Telephone
MADDEN -The 1 rleuds of the Into Mr THOMAS MADDEN ire rispictliilh nrtiltil
(lim hi« remains lu Hit plite uf Inttiment, "lilli Cenietr )
NIP IUIH I al »111 lcn\c his late nslilinie linei iio'slliicl Oaklands lum lion, 1IIIS 1)A\ (Mon da; ïrtli inst ), at 1 o'c lock
lOI'N D\Ln, Undertaker, Latrobe and Spring «Ireits, Mclbcamc Telephone W7.
SALMON.-TI» Friends of the late Mr. FRE-
DERICK SALMON arc respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, in tile Melbourne Genera] Cemetery.
The funeral is appointed to leave his late resi- dence, Higli-strcct, Preston, THIS DAY (Monday, August 20), at 2.30 p.m.
HENRY J. R. LEWIS, Undertaker, Johnston street, Fitzroy; and High-street, Northcote. Tele-