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CLEELAND.-on the 2nd December, at Heyfield,
Gippsland, the wife of H. H. Cleeland-a daugh- ter.
ROBERTS.-On the 6th January, at St. Helen's
(Nurse Taylor's), The Avenue, Windsor, the wife
of Gordon Roberts a son. Both doing well.
ANDERSON-AITKEN.-On the 4th September,
1912, by the Rev. J. S. Buntine, Stuart, youngest
son of Robert Anderson, of Port Melbourne, to Alie Hilda, second daughter of the late William
Aitken, of Bairnsdale.
FIELD-TILBURN.-On the 12th December, 1912,
at the London Missionary Society's Church, kwato, Papua, by the Rev. G. A. Burgess, John Thompson, son of the late William Field, of Geelong, to Grace Gill, fourth daughter of the
late John Tilburn, of Numurkah.
RUSSELL-RUTHERFORD.-On the 4th December,
at St. Andrew's Church, Christchurch, by the Rev. W. R. campbell, assisted by the Rev. J. Mackenzie, Eric Kincraig, second son of the late
Mr. James Russell, of barunah Plains, Victoria,
to Amuri, youngest daughter of Mr. A. W. Rutherford, of Mendip Hills, New Zealand.
BROWN.-On the 5th January, 1913, at his resi-
dence, Corduroy-bridge Hotel, Clarendon, Robert Melville Brown, beloved husband of Jessie, and son of George and Mary Brown, and grandson of the late George Brown, inspector of perma- nent ways, aged 27 years.
CONVERY.-On the 5th January, at his resi-
dence, No. 188 York-street, South Melbourne,
Henry, the dearly beloved husband of Kate Convery, and loving father of James Henry, Anthony, Bernard, Mary, Kate, Maggie, and Theresa Convery, aged 63 years. No flowers by request. R.I.P.
FLANAGAN.-On the 6th January, 1913, at Leon-
gatha, John, beloved husband, of ELiza Flanagan,
loving father of Mrs. R. Tomlin, and step-father of Mrs. D. Pearce, aged 54. R.I.P.
FLYNN.-On Ile HU Hwrmlitr K11.', at Talliot,
I j, " Uri loiel Ini'lund of \nast».|a 1 lum an I lilli r I M«" Imppli, SIM, and Ile. I
Flynn, Wodonga R.I.P.
FREEDMAN.-On the 5th January, 1913, at 33
Pepys-road, Newcross Gate, London, after a long
illness, Harnett, the beloved husband of Hannah, and loving father of Sampson, Joseph, and Julius, Mrs. T. Rotenburg (Perth, W.A.), and Phineas (Newcastle, N.S.W.), Minyan at "Bristol,"
?????-street, Malvern, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday evenings, at eight
o'clock. (By cable).
A patient sufferer at rest.
GALE.-On the 6th January, at the residence of
r n ila« I Mr W II Heer), larra (.1. n, I li ii , M l»n it the late « < «.ale. Ut.
* I rlh ti rt 1 rahran, líelo, ed mutha of it« II lum., Mi« « II lleer, Mr«. I SI
\ I M II I. Iliomi William Ted, 1 rnnk, i Inv, jil tin lue Thomas Mlc, in lar i
1 i. No lliiicl
HEALY.-On the 5th January, 1913, at his resi-
dence, Birregurra, Dominick Healy (late Vic- torian Police), aged 80 years. R.I.P.
RENNY.-On the 3rd January, 1913, Isabella Renny,
beloved sister of Thomas, Stewart, Agusta, and
George Renny, late of Cheltenham, aged ?? years.
Rest in peace.
-(Interred privately on the 6th January in Mel-
bourne General Cemetery.) ROBERTS.-On the 6th January, 1913, at the resi-
»t Iii Irllu Itilieil. TI llelltllierirroail
i ii Hill I liaiil l'ie lielnied rHi-t am of III Ilr4>ru in I li r lal HtiRli Uolurt», late of 11 i . in I II lil I r W \ , ami lirothrr of Mrs >i i ( I ir a Mnli if («olrarilie, lluxli,
» ciJ lim Holntl. William of riifton II I I l .1 ( no1:inln , Mr*. Wallrr. Mrs II V l oi (Ur nint W X , Tiru, of Lllttrll
Rest in peace. TEALE.-On the 5th January, at his residence,
Il M i, <t.e Itali II» .1 Bl %ear» I WATERS.-On the 5th January, at Gravela Plain,
Corryong, Thomas Beaumont Waters, senior, age 79 years.
WORLEY.-On the 5th January, at "Belmayne,"
hampton-street, Brighton, Frank Basnett, eldest son of H. S. and A. H. Worley, also loved brother of Edith, Frances Watts, May, Beryl,
William, and Norman Worley, aged 21 years.
BELL.-In sad and loving rememebrance of Barbara, widow of the late William Montgomerie Bell, mother of Ella Bonar and Jessie Edding-
ton, who departed this life 7th January, 189?, Toorak-road, South Yarra.
"Gone, but never forgotten."
-(inserted by her loving grand-children, Ian Davida, and Smollett Eddington.)
DONALDSON.-In loving memory of Lindsay.
(Inserted by his friend, Len).
LAURI.-In sad and loving memory of our dear
I >ii I ml lil rr t roite I uni. «lio d'iül al la i r i Mai li Milne.» in .lanuari i,
' (I Tiri li Mard unit (.corse lauirl )
PROVIS.-In loving memory of our dear sister,
Priscilla (Cilla), who died on January 7, 1912.
(Inserted by her loving brother.)
SMITH.-In sad, loving recollection of William
.. ni I li "U i.vil ann lanuari 7, 1010, i . Jeir I 11 J I 11 M \ Miilth, formerl\ of
Hamilton and Prahran.
"With Christ, which is far better."
WILLIAMS.-In loving memory of my dear mother,
Mary Williams, who passed away at carisbrook,
on the 7th Januarty, 1896; also my dear sister, M. A. Harse, who died at Rosedale, carisbrook,
2?th of December, 1899.
-(Inserted by their loving daughter and sister, ?. Kitt?, Kensington.)
WREN.-In loving memory of our dear Ruby Ivy
(Dolly), who passed away January 7, 191?.
1 t irk it ii ir I omi the »erro,. In our lol. Ile i Hil m. , ir inn, 1» tur unlorBOt,
I ie I Hi io in I a lite iintoutlM.il li. nain
ile r tpinf.el »itli tari, lune »till our
ne ii imiten lo Him, in 1 are oolitcn!,
r. lean _rtet willi j.l.ni« ImiK I, lilent
-(inserted by her loving parents, brothers, and sisters.)
BEAUMONT.-The Friends of the late Mr. CHARLES BEAUMONT are respectfully in-
CONVERY.-The Friends of the late Mr. HENRY
CONVERY are respectfully invited to follow his remains to their last resting-place, Melbourne General Cemetery.
The funeral is appointed to leave his residence, No. ??? York-street, South Melbourne, THIS DAY (Tuesday, the 7th inst.), at 3 o'clock p.
R. McKENZIE, Undertaker, South and Port Melbourne. Tel. 19??.
CONVERY.-Irish National Foresters' ?????
Society, Daniel O'Connell Branch, No. 2,
i Hie Hillier». ,,h| \|im|"r» , I H ml the hoiUlj III uelnrul ii' » » ih in min. if thi'r lal, ui.m "Nil lt\ sen t.. llivlr lu»i Mi I' li' urie Urn ral tin» tin
.'* 'i eui ,1|| lu,el,l»Uti i,.1,1 m,
day), at 3 p.m. H. MANSFIELD, Chief Ranger. JOHN J. HEHAN, Secretary. POWER.-The Friends of the late Mrs. MARY Power...?????. TEALE.-The Friends of the late GEORGE TEALE, late of Heyfield, Gippsland, are re-.......?????? WORLEY.-The Friends of the late Mr. HENRY S. WORLEY.......