Comments (None yet)

Add New Comment

Family Notices

30 corrections, most recently by mccoyneil - Show corrections

[In order to guard against imposition, notices of

Births, Marriages, and Deaths must be authenti-

cated by some respectable person to ensure their

insertion. ]


JOHNSON.—On the 1st February, at Avonsleigh,"  

Castlemaine, the wife of B. P. Johnson,  

Yarram—a son.

McLEAN.—On the 28th January at Maffra, the

wife of Keith McLean—a son.  

NESBITT.—On the 2nd February, at 9 Edinburgh-street,     Burnley, the wife of J. A. Nesbitt—a son.


BEAN—REED.—[Golden Wedding.]—On the 8th    

February, 1854, at Castlemaine, by the Rev. Cox Currie, George Bean, son of Richard Bean, of Tadcaster, Yorkshire, to Elizabeth Jane, daughter   of John Reed, Cornwall. Present address, Tadcaster, Dryburgh-street, North Melbourne.    

STOVING—BLUNDELL.—On the 3rd February, at        

St. John's Church, Toorak, by the Rev. C. E.  

Drought, George Stoving of "Yunlong, "Lardner,

Gippsland, to Beatrice Emily, eldest daughter       of the late M. P. Blundell, of Chastleton,   Toorak.


BAKER.—On the 5th February, at Miepoll,  

William Fowler Baker, the beloved husband of  

Matilda Baker, and 56 years.

CROSSLEY.—On the 6th February, at the residence          

of her daughter Mrs. W. Napper, 87 Cunningham     -street, Northcote, Harriette, relict of     the late E. W. Crossley, formerly of Tarraville, South Gippsland and the dearly loved mother   of Wallis, Harry, Edward, Ada, and Ernest Crossley, Mrs. W. Napper, Mrs. H. G. Rankine, and Mrs. H. Wilmot, who deeply mourn their loss, aged 70 years. A patient sufferer at rest,   and her soul at home—with God.

DOWNING.—On the 6th February, at Beehive  

Stores, Mount Alexander road, Ascotvale, Amy   Beatrice, dearly loved youngest daughter of Mary R. and the late J. J. Downing.

DRUMMOND.—On the 7th February, at his residence,    

"Strathallen," Walsh-street, South Yarra,         James Brougham Drummond, eldest son of the late Rev. G. M. Drummond, incumbent of Holy Trinity, Williamstown, and formerly of Edinburgh, Scotland, and grandson of the late James         Drummond, of Abernehill, Perthshire, Scotland.  

No flowers, by request.

HARDING.—On the 5th February, at Albury,    

William J. Harding (formerly of "Thornbury,"

Elmgrove, Toorak) beloved husband of Clare Harding, and eldest son of the late Henry Judd Harding, of Greville-street, Prahran.    

HEATH.—On the 6th February, at his residence,  

Warner's-lane, off Elizabeth-street, Malvern,           Walter James, the beloved husband of Isabella Mary Heath, and eldest son of J. R. Heath aged 39 years. Late of "Punch" office. Deeply      


NESBITT.—On the 5th February, at 9 Edinburgh-street,    

Burnley, the infant son of James and    

Millie Nesbitt.

WEST.—On the 3rd February, at Shepparton

(suddenly), Irene the beloved youngest child of W. P. ard Florence West, aged 12 months.    

WINGFIELD.—On the 6th February, at 40 Hawksburn-

road,Hawksburn, Walter Henry, the beloved       husband of Nellie Wingfield, father of Mrs.   S. D. Hillas, late of Drouin, aged 52.


CAMERON.—In loving memory of my dear son    

Duncan Alexander, who departed this life at "Erracht Vale," Sandon, on 7th February, 1902.    

Time cannot alter so love so deep and true, Each year brings back our grief anew.

Silently the shades of evening

Gather round our lonely door,   Silently they bring before us

Faces we shall see no more.

Oh! not lost, but gone before us,  

Let them never be forgot,

Sweet their memory to the lonely,  

In our hearts they perish not.

-(Inserted by his loving mother and brother, M.  

Cameron, J. Cameron.)  

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 Hodgson.)   Sydney and home papers please copy.  

McGRATH.—In sad remembrance of our dear friend  

Jim who died February 8, 1902. May his soul rest in peace. (Inserted by J.S. and J.K. )    

McKAY.—In loving memory of my dear wife and  

our loving mother who departed this life on February 8, 1903, at Heidelberg.  

WYCHERLEY.—In loving remembrance of Elizabeth        

Beatrice Wycherley, relict of the late Podmore   Wycherley, and daughter of Joseph and the   late Bridget Phelan, died February 8, 1901.    

There are days of deepest sorrow

Is the hardest time of all

—(Inserted by her loving father, brother, and sisters.) R.I.P.


MR. D. H. BROWNE and Family tender sincere

THANKS to their many friends for their kind expressions of sympathy and floral tributes   during their recent sad bereavement. Spring Hill      

and Central Leads, Smeaton.


DRUMMOND.—The Friends of the late Mr.   JAMES BROUGHAM DRUMMOND are informed that his remains will be interred in the Melbourne  


The funeral is appointed to move from his late residence, "Strathallen," Walsh-street, South       Yarra, THIS DAY (Monday, February 8), at 3  


WILLIAM GEORGE APPS, Undertaker, St. Kilda. Telephone 71, Windsor Exchange.

HEATH.—The Friends of the late Mr. WALTER       JAMES HEATH are respectfully informed that his remains will be interred in the Boroondara

Cemetery, Kew.

The funeral will move from his late residence, Warner's-lane off Elizabeth-st., Malvern, TO-          

DAY (MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8), at half-past 2  


B. MATTHEWS, Undertaker, Toorak-road, South   Yarra and at Oakleigh.

THE Friends of the late Mrs. HARRIETTE

CROSSLEY are informed that her remains

will be interred in the Boroondara Cemetery,


The funeral is appointed to move from her late residence, No. 87 Cunningham-street, Northcote,   THIS DAY (Monday, 8th inst.), at 3 o'clock p.m.      

HERBERT KING, Undertaker, Lennox-street,

Richmond. Tel. 912.