(In order to guard against imposition, notices of
Births, Marriages, and Deaths must be authenti- cated by some respectable person to ensure their
JACOBS.—On the 28th December, at "Glenhope,"
St. Kilda, road, the wife of E. R. Jacobs — a daughter.
MURRAY. — On the 22nd December, at Wilgah,
Millswyn-street, South Yarra, the wife of D. Stuart Murray — a daughter.
BAGLEY.— On the 4th January, 1900, at her resi-
dence, 223 Queensberry-street, North Melbourne, Sara Alice, the beloved wife of George Bagley (chemist), sister of Mrs. D. Wilkie, Royal-park ; Mrs. Herbert Nicol, Moreland ; and William and Elizabeth Rutherford, Flemington-road, North
The weary traveller has now reached the haven
of rest, where worries and troubles are no more,
and peace for ever reigns.
BLAKELY — On the 31st December, 1908, at
"Adamshurst," David-street, Albury, of apoplexy, Jane, the dearly beloved wife of George Blakely, "Kensal Green," Bungowannah, aged 64 years.
CAMPTON.—On the 3rd January, 1909, at his re-
sidence, "Waratah," Montague-street, Albert- park, Ernest James Alexander, the beloved hus- band of Fanny Stella, and loved second son of
John and Esther Mary Campton, of "Esther- ville," Bank-street, South Melbourne, in his 45th year. Deeply mourned.
DAVIES. –On the 4th January, at Sandringham,
Theresa Helena, wife of the late Captain W. J. Davies, of Echuca, and Echuca-house, Beacons-
field-parade, St. Kilda (suddenly). R.I.P.
DONNELLY.—On New Year's Day (the 51st an-
niversary of his arrival in Victoria), at his re- sidence, Green-street, Ivanhoe, Richard Fitz- maurice Donnelly, late of Victorian Railways, dearly beloved brother of Miss B. M. Donnelly. (Interred privately in Heidelberg Cemetery on
4th inst.). R.I.P.
FORSYTH.—On tile 1st January, at his residence,
Sydney-road, Coburg, James, the dearly beloved husband of Lena A. Forsyth, late of Hamilton,
aged 64 years.
FRANZ.—On the 2nd January, at Northcote-
street, Armadale, after a long Illness, Helene, the beloved wife of Mr. Felix Franz, of Chapel-
street, South Yarra, and beloved mother of Dora, Ida, Liza, Felix, Guido, Fred., Willie, and Frieda Franz. (Interred privately on the 4th inst., at the Boroondara Cemetery, Kew.)
A patient sufferer at rest.
GRAY.—On the 1st January, at Geelong, James
Gray, late of Taradale, aged 76. Colonist of 60 years. (Interred privately.)
GOODE.—On the 31st December, at the Bank of
Victoria Limited, Portland, Mary, the beloved wife of E. A. Goode, aged 50.
JACKSON.—On the 31st December, 1908, at Alli-
son-road, Elsternwick, in her 85th year, Anna- bella Dove, widow of the late James Jackson, mother of Rev. James Jackson, Bendigo, and Ardid. Jackson, Melbourne. (Interred pri-
KENNEDY.—On the 2nd January, at "Manhattan,"
Burke-street, Maryborough, Kathleen Isabella, the dearly loved youngest daughter of J. P. and F. I. Kennedy, aged 1 year and 1 month. Friends, please accept this intimation.
McFARLANE.—On the 4th January, James McFar-
lane, of St. John's Wood, Lyndhurst, aged 47
"Absent from the body; present with the
MURPHY.—On the 30th December, 1908, at Deve-
nish, Ellen, the dearly beloved wife of James Murphy, aged 70 years.
NAPTHINE.—On the 3rd January, Chas. Napthine,
fifth son late Elijah Napthine, High-street,
Terang, aged 29 years.
PEARSE.—On the 30th December, at "Drayton,"
Clifton, Bristol, William Silas Pearse, J.P., for- merly M.L.C. for Fremantle, and uncle of the Rev. W. S. Pearse, Maryborough. (By cable.)
SCAMBLER.—On the 3rd January, 1009, at Mia
Mia, James Scambler, aged 72 years.
STEWART.—On the 4th January, 1909 (died sud-
denly at his residence, McDonald-street, Numur- kah), James Gillies, beloved husband of Mary Ellen Stewart, father of James, Malcolm, Lily, and Duncan Stewart, late of Echuca and Clunes. Born at Paisley, Scotland. Aged 56 years.
WALKER.—On the 24th December, at Cobar,
N.S.W., Clive, eldest son of Sydney Walker, of Nekarboo, aged 14 years.
WILSON.—On the 4th January, at her residence,
"Drumearn," Princess-street, Kew, Margret, relict of the late Thos. Wilson, M.D., in her
YOUNG.—On the 4th January, at her parents'
residence, 71 Eglinton-street, Moonee Ponds, Whilma, the dearly beloved twin daughter of
Thomas Charles and Emma Elizabeth Young, aged 2 years and 6 months.
HERIOT.—In memory of our Rube. 5th January,
"Nearer the great White Throne."
NICHOLSON.—In loving remembrance of our dar-
ling son, Arthur, who was accidentally killed at Berriwillock, on January 3, 1905. R.I.P. Also. Mrs. James Murphy, grandmother, who
died January 3, 1899.
May their souls rest in peace.
—(Inserted by their loving parents, sisters, brothers, and daughter.)
PEARSE.—In loving memory of Amelia Pearse,
who passed away at "Devon-park," Donald, on
5th January, 1897.
SWAN.—In loving memory of our sister, Beanie,
who died at Essendon, January 5, 1904. (Inserted by A. and J. Barrie.)
TRESCOWTHICK.—A tribute of unfading love to
the tender memory of my darling mother, who crossed the bar January 5, 1906, in her 69th year.
"At eventide there shall be rest."
THESCOWTHICK.—In memory of our loving loved
mother, who died at Clifton Hill on the 5th January, 1906, in her 69th year.
TURNER.—In loving remembrance of my dear
wife and mother, Ellen Turner, who died 5th
May her soul rest in peace.
THE Family of the late Mrs. ELLEN TAYLOR desire to offer their heartfelt THANKS to their many friend for letters, telegrams, expressions of sympathy, and floral tributes during their recent sad bereavement.
BAGLEY.—The Friends of Mr. GEORGE BAGLEY
(chemist) are respectfully invited to follow the remains of his late dearly beloved wife to the place of interment, in the Melbourne General Ceme-
The funeral will leave his residence, No. 223 Queensberry-street, North Melbourne, To-morrow (Wednesday Morning, 6th inst.), at 11 o'clock a.m. ALFRED ALLISON, Funeral Director, head office, 221 Victoria-street (near William-street), West Melbourne. Telephone 980, Central.
BIDDISCOMBE.—The Friends of the late Mr.
ALFRED EDWARD BIDDISCOMBE are re- respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Melbourne General Cemetery.
The funeral will leave the residence of his brother, Mr. George Biddiscombe, 229 Church-
street, Richmond, THIS DAY (Tuesday, 5th
January, 1909), at half-past 3 o'clock.
JOHN ALLISON, Undertaker and Embalmer. Head Office—Richmond (Tel. 1003), Brunswick (Tel. 1105), and Albert-park (Tel. 2038).
CAMPTON.—The Friends of the late Mr. ERNEST JAMES ALEXANDER CAMPTON are respect- fully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, in the Melbourne General Cemetery.
The funeral is appointed to leave his late resi- dence, "Waratah," Montague-street, Albert-park, THIS DAY (Tuesday, January 5) at 3 o'clock p.m.
R. McKENZIE, Undertaker, South and Port Mel-
bourne. Tel. 1928.
WILSON.—The Friends of the late Mrs. MAR- GARET WILSON are informed that her re- mains will be interred in the Boroondara Ceme-
The funeral is appointed to move from her resi- dence, Princess-street, Kew, To-morrow (Wednes- day, 6th January), at 11 o'clock a.m.
A. W. PADBURY, Undertaker, Kew.