lin order to guard against imposition, notice« ot
Births, Marriages, and Deaths must be authenti rated bj some respectable person to ensure theil
ALLEN (nee Eva Drayton)-On the 10th September
at 26 Fenwick street, Clifton Hill, to Mr
and Mrs Edwin Allen a son (Edwin Drayton)
ARGALL (nee Forbes). -On the l"th September,
" Nirse luuglifs private hospital, M illili, the «ile ol 1 Argil!, wingeel-a eon (stillborn)
CHARLES (nee F. Hackett). - On the 17th Scptcm
l,,r it Nurse lints I'lirtleld," Peel street Ive» to Mr ind Mr» 1 rnest E Charlo* of Wibi, ' Malm street, lvew-a daughter (hrna
Murellie "lnjvaud) /
CROW. - On Momhv, the 14th September, at Ka
limni "02 Mibiirn i omi, Auburn to Mr nmi Mrs,
1 sutton Croft-T dwgbtcr (Winifred Jean).
CUMING. —On the 25th September, at "Inverurie,"
Mile street Yarraville, to Mr. and Mrs. W.
?????? Cuming —a son.
JENNINGS. —On the 15th September, the wife of
W. G. Jennings —a daughter (Lesly Wilmott).
LILLINGTON (nee Irene Villis). —On the 10th " i un I u it Deina," Victoria strett, V »hums toni Hit »ife of C If Lillington-a daughter
ïISD -On the nth September, at "Ncthereonrt"
imite hosiitil, burnv Hills, to Mr and Mrs II H lind, bl Johns avenue, Suire) Hill»-a
JULI IIHiSON -On the 0th September, »t Mun
i u dum Allum road, Toorak, tile wife of leslie Mitiliir on, Weerangourt, Hamilton-a daughter VOH! 1 tnee 1 h Corbett) -On the 17th bintim
1 jt UauKii," Wakeham street, btawtll, the i u of I! L. More)-a daughter
Ml III la -On the 21th August, at Morwell, to Mr
jrd Mrs ^ O Morn1-, of Cowwarr-a son
1 MI (mc 1 ober) -On the 1st September, at
linil tuna, iht wife of Louis Crntr l'aul-a
<1 i"l cr
m lil) On tin 9th ceptember, at "Quisisana"
in iii lu pul, Windsor, to Mr and Mrs Isaac i Kill (I 1 lumeah,' Mozait stritt, fat kilda
EWlH I "-ON - On tin Ulli September, at "Yen
I mil Mini rnui Caullkld to Mr and Mrs
II ! Jl t -uikrsun-i ton
.«IIIL - On tilt lilli Julj, at B illari!, to Mr and
Mu I, billi, of bl kilda-a diughler
tllllA-On tin 1-th beptcmbii, at Cider
liri WillUd, bldnej tht witt of Alfred \ ii Sutton, Mi Idle llrlgbton-i sou
IHOMVs line Will)) -On tht .'nil Septtmlier, at
Ii niioil Did Upper II tinborn, lo Mr and M Ilirbirt I Jlioinas-I -on
Till I C XJD (nee 1) ill in) -On tilt l'th September,
i hu Ora ' Omen strict, \raril, iht \uie of I V I liurt,. o I- i tin
W VI I \U On tin loth S ptenber, it 'Park
Hu Militni, tht wilt of J 1' Wallatc- a I1JU"I l r (\ mt) Gloria)
II VI1 VCi (m "v ro) - On the Jrd Sep
l miar, ii 1 ko 111 imbil stritt, llindlgo to Mr Jill Mrs Ho) Wallatc- l son (William
\UIM1 (nee Heans)-On tilt .¡1st Sipltmber,
I II it (JJ Piiu on -tritt Irlmis Hill, lu Mr jil I Mr.. I N \\ ll-h-a d niflittr
W11 Ml On tin Olli Sipttiubtr, at Surfe Ilei
lim s pru iti liospit ii, Oontoo stritt, llall ir it, lU witt ol I II Wil-.li, Heiufoit Hotel, Dean fort-a dauphin
Willi I -On 111 -'M '-eptinibei at 'Willlicm,'
Lok tritt, 1 Isttrnwitk, lo Major and Mrs \ II W Intt- i sun_
APPLETON — ROBSON. —On the 4th August, at
Scots Church, Collins street, by the Rev. Dr.
Marshall, D.D., Arthur Wellesley, third son of W. T. Appleton, Malvern, to Ida Evelyn, third daughter of W. Robson, Malvern.
BIRMINGHAM — SHOWERS. —On the 9th July, 1914, at the residence of the bride's parents, by
the Rev. E. J. B. White, John, fourth son of Mr. and Mrs. John Birmingham, of Glengarry, Gipps- land, to Edith, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Showers, of Mintiya, Bell street, Pres-
BRAY — WATSON. —On the 23rd July, at Newent,
Gloucestershire, England, Stafford, younger son
of Arnott Bray, of Church House, Newent, to Jessamine Gless), younger daughter of the late M. H. Watson, of South Norcote, Melbourne.
BURRELL — HAYES. —On the 15th August, 1914, at
St. John's Church, Melbourne, by the Rev. A. M. Spokesr, M.A., James Archibald, youngest son of the late James Burrell, Parkville, to Mary Hayes, daughter of Mrs. A. J. Hayes, and grand-
daughter of the late Henry Wickham, cartage contractor, North Melbourne. At home 28th and 29 September, "Medlow," 24 Elizabeth street,
CAVEN — LONG. —On the 10th August, at St.
Joseph's Church, Wonthaggi, by the Rev. Father O'Sullivan (nuptial mass), Elizabeth Mary, elder daughter of the late James and Winifred Long, to James Hugh, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Caven, "Surry,' Cassell's road, Moreland. Pre- sent address — "Toolangi," Scott street, Essen-
DAVIES — BRYAR. — [Silver Wedding.] —On the
26th September, 1889, at South Melbourne, Wil-
liam C. Davies, second son of the late John Davies and Mrs. Wm. Meldrum, of Castle- maine, to Philippa, sixth daughter of Thos. Bryar, of Bendigo. (Present address, "Will- yam," Eglinton street, Moonee Ponds.)
ECHBERG — MOORHOUSE. —On the 22nd August,
at the Denham street Methodist Church, Haw- thorn, by the Rev. H. Saloway, assisted by the Rev. John Thomas, Auburn, Carl J., second son of the late Hans Echberg and Mrs. Echberg, of 1 Ro??ey street, Hawthorn, to Una Helen, fifth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moorhouse, of Manningtree road, Hawthorn, late of Echuca.
FORSTER — COKER. —On the 19th August, at St.
John's Church, Toorak, by the Rev. J. W. Allen, B.A., William Edwin, youngest son of R. W. and A. Forster, Mary street, Richmond, to Elia,
daughter of Mrs. Coker, Sorrento.
HERLITZ — FELDMANN. — [Golden Wedding.] —On
the 26th September, 1864, at the Lutheran Church, East Melbourne, by Pastor Goette, Pastor Her- man Herlitz to Wilhelmine (Minnie) daughter of the late Henry Feldmann, of Fitzroy. Pre-
sent address — Cheltenham.
HUTCHINSON — GALLOP. —On the 29th August, at
St. Kilda Methodist Church, by the Rev. John Nail, George Vivian, eldest son of Thos. Hut- chinson, of North road, Brighton, to Gladys, youngest daughter of Annie Gallop and the late Henry Gallop, late of St. Kilda. (Present ad- dress, "Shirley," North road, Ormond.)
JAMESON — CLARK. —On the 18th July, by the
Rev. R. Murray, Collins William, only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Jameson, of Mitcham, late of Williamstown, to Maggie Campbell, second daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. Clark,
"Craigothie," 64 Hanmer sreet, Williams-town.
LATIMORE — PAY. — [Silver Wedding.] —On the
27th September, 1889, at the Baptist Church, C??tuya street, St. Kilda, by the rev. William Clarke, Arthur, third son of Thomas William Latimore, to Louisa Augusta, daughter of Thomas Henry Pay, of Inkerman street, St. Kilda. Present address — "Beuvenuto," Shenley street, Canterbury.
MITCHELL — STEVENS. —On the 29th August, at
St. Peter's Church of England, Easter Hill, by the Rev. Canon Hughes, William George, son of Mrs. E. Menagh, St. Kilda, to Ethel Allegra, daughter of Mrs. S. J. Crowle, Melbourne.
PARKINSON — KEMP. —On the 18th August, at the
Presbyterian Church, East Malvern, by the Rev. T. J. Smith, Eric Wilfred, son of Dr. Parkinson, Townsville, to Jean Somerville, daughter of Joseph Kemp, Finch street, East Malvern.
PHILLIPS — JOSEPH. — On the 15th September,
by the Rev. J. Danglow, Lawrance D., eldest son of the late Louis Phillips, "Orwell," Potts Point, Sydney, to Naida F. Sidney Joseph, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Nahum Barnet, "Sunholm," Alma road, St. Kilda.
PRICE — O'DONNELL. —On the 27th August, at the
Congregational Church, Malvern, by the Rev. C. S. Y. Price, assisted by the Rev. G. A. W. Legge, Douglas Herbert, fifth son of the Rev.
C. S. Y. Price, East Camberwell, to Lily Hilda, second daughter of Mrs. O'Donnell and the late Richard O'Donnell, of Malvern. At home Fri-
day and Saturday afternoons, October 2 and 3, at Gratit street, East Malvern.
REILLY — BEAVIS. —On the 29th August, 1914, at
St. Michael's R.C. Church, North Melbourne, by the Rev. J. Norris, Peter Bernard, second son of Farrell and Susan Reilly, of Sebastian, to Lucy J., youngest daughter of Mary and the late Frank Beavis, of Alfred street, North Mel- bourne. Present address, Birchip.
SELBY — RICHARDS. —On the 29th August, 1914,
at Wesley Church, Melbourne, by the Rev. Alex. McCallum, Percy William, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Selby, of Burnley, to Ruby, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Richards, of Ken-
SIMPSON — GREENWOOD. —On the 26th August,
1914, at St. John's Church of England, Bairns-
dale, by the Rev. R. Martin, assisted by the Rev. Young, George, son of the late W. and E. Simpson, "Doona," St. Kilda, to Kittie, daugh- ter of J. and K. Greenwood, "Forge Creek," Bairnsdale. Address, 312 Richardson street, Middle Park. At home Wednesday, October 14.
WATT — RENNICK. —On the 29th August, 1914, by
the Rev. A. E. Albiston, James Henderson Watt, formerly of Alloa, Clackmannanshire, Scotland, to Isabella, youngest daughter of the late James Rennick, of Kyneton and Kew. Present address,
"The Pines," 8 Pine street, Hawthorn. At
home Saturday, October 3, afternoon and even-ing. WISHART — SUTCLIFFE. —On the 25th August, at
St. Andrew's Church, Middle Brighton, by the
Rev. A. Law, William Balfour, eldest son of
David Wishart, Dunedin, New Zealand, to Dorothy, only child of Samuel Sutcliffe, Park street, Middle Brighton. Present address, 140 Wattletree road, Malvern.
WOODS — BROOKHOUSE. —On the 29th July, at
All Saints' Church, East St. Kilda, by the Rev. Ashton, Bertie Couldery, only son of Mrs. C. Wood, of "Clarendon House," East Melbourne, to Gwendoline, fourth daughter of the late H. C. Brookhouse, of Mildura. (Home papers please copy.)
DEATHS. ALLESTER. —On the 24th September (suddenly),
Jane, the loved daughter of the late W. J.
BAILLIE. —Sir Gawaine Baillie, baronet, of Pel-
kemmet, Linlithgowshire, Scotland, lieutenant Royal Scots Greys, the eldest son of the late Sir Robert Baillie, baronet, of Polkemmet, and
of Benerembah, New South Wales, aged 31 years. (Killed in action.)
BEDDOME. —On the 25th September (after a short
illness), at his residence, "Romsey," Tooronga road, East Malvern, Robert Winter, the dearly beloved husband of Sarah Beddome, loving father of Lily, Elsie, and Ruby Beddome, brother of Mrs. William Cox, South Oakleigh ; John and Fanny Beddome, of Adelaide ; also George Beddome, of Coburg, aged 55 years.
BLACKBURN. —On the 24th September (suddenly),
at 11 Edsall street, Malvern, John Blackburn, pianoforte expert, in his 83rd year ; a colonist of 62 years.
BLAIR. —On the 24th September, at private hos-
pital, Carlton, Ann Irene (Nancy), eldest loved daughter of John Arthur and Ada E. Blair, of 26 Regent street, Elsternwick, aged 5 years and
BROWN. —On the 24th September, it Havlin street,
Bendigo, Ann, widow of the late Edmond Thomas Brown, and mother of Mrs. B. W. Button, Mrs. C. W. M. Chateau, Edmond, Fletcher, Hepple, and Isabel, aged 76 years. (Interment private. No flowers.)
CHURCHE. —On the 18th September, at Albury,
New South Wales, William Churche, late of Hay, born Coolooney, Sligo, Ireland, aged 68.
DAMON. —On the 24th September, at her residence,
Glen Iris road, Glen Iris, Georgina, beloved wife of John J. Damon, and loving mother of James, Mrs. H. Dunscombe, Richard, Kate, William, Alice, and Edward, native of Dorsetshire, Eng- land, in her 54th year.
DAMYON. —On the 24th September, at her late
residence, 26 Aberfeldie street Essendon, Mary, the beloved wife of Joseph Golden Damyon, late of Newport Workshops, aged 82 years, loving mother of Joseph Golden Damyon, John, Charles, Frederick, and the late Josiah Damyon, Mrs. A. Shave, Mrs. J. H. Stabb, Mrs. S. Gillett, and
Mrs. J. Summers.
DEAN. —On the 25th September, at Pakenham,
Donald Charles William, the dearly beloved son of Charles and Ettie Dean, aged 5 weeks.
FINCHER. —On the 25th September, at the resi-
dence of his daughter, 5 Selbourne street, Ascot- vale, Isaac Fincher (of Yarragon, Gippsland), beloved father of Harry, Frederick, Leslie, Mrs. Haworth, Mrs. W. G. Penn, and the late Charles Fincher, aged 69 years.
GAFF. —On the 20th September, at the Alfred
Hospital, Miriam (Mill), daughter of Alexander and late Jean Gaf. (Interred privately, 21/9/14.) (Ballarat papers please copy.)
GILMOUR. —On the 21st September, at Oakbank,
Cope Cope, John, dearly loved husban of E. M. Gilmour, aged 70 years ; a colonist of 50 years.
HOPWOOD. —On the 18th September, at Rook-
wood Hospital, Sydney, Walter Ellick Pierce, beloved husband of Rosina Hopwood, aged 75 years. (Tasmanian papers please copy.)
INGHAM. —On the 25th September, at "Holgrave,"
Torrington avenue, Balwyn, the Rev. James H. Ingham, beloved husband of Lucy B. Ingham.
INSKIP. —On the 24th September, at "Murgah,"
Burnett street, St. Kilda, Elizabeth Maria, dear wife of George C. Inskip. (Interred privately at Brighton Cemetery.)
LINEKER. —On the 23rd September, at the resi-
dence of Mr. Fredric Johnston, Warracknabeal,
Esther, sister of Mrs. George Young. (Interred
MACKINNON. —On the 20th September, at Ron-
achan, Clachan, Argyllshire, Jane Love, relict of the late Peter Mackinnon, of Ronachan. (By cable.)
McKENZIE. —On the 24th September, at "Sea-
forth," Asling street, Brighton, Mary McKenzie, beloved sister of Rev. D. McKenzie, aged 84 years. (Interred privately.)
McKENZIE. —On the 25th September (suddenly), at his residence, "Worrough," Trawool, Colin Alexander. By request, no flowers.
McMAHON. —On the 21st September, at his resi-
dence, Newlands, Coburg, Patrick, the dearly beloved husband of the late Sarah McMahon, and loving father of George, John, Patrick, Frank, Mrs. Donnelly, Mrs. O'Sullivan, Mrs. Hyland, Bridget, Agnes, and the late Sister Mary Claver, Terence and Bernard McMahon, aged 86 years. R.I.P. (Interred in the Coburg Ceme- tery on the 23rd).
Dearly loved, deeply mourned.
MANN. —On the 19th September, at the Bendigo
Hospital, Emma Eliza, the wife of Thomas Mann, of 16 Chapel street, Windsor, aged 55 years. (Interred privately, at Back Creek Ceme- tery, Bendigo.)
PROCTOR. —On the 23rd September, at his resi-
dence, "Gavazzi," Queensberry street, Carlton, Howard Nelson Proctor, dearly loved father of Mrs. J. G. Hubbard, Mrs. H. Nickell, Mrs.
McArthur, Mrs. Gibbons, and Nelson Proctor, aged 75 years. (Interred privately, Melbourne Cemetery,25.9.14.) At rest. RICHARDS (Nee Lilley). —On the 24th September, at Scarsdale (suddenly), from pneumonia, Agnes,
the dearly loved wife of Thomas Richards, be- loved sister of Mrs. E. Howarth, Mrs. J. Green- wood, Mrs. B Hobby, Mrs. G. Voutier, Charles, and Benjamin Lilley.
SCOTT. —Passed peacteully away on the 25th
September, 1914, at "Eldridge," Grant street, Oakleigh, William Henry Scott, of "Bideford,"
Arcadia, beloved son of the late Thomas Graham and Jean Scott, and loved brother of Amy, Jessie, and Ethel. (Scottish and New Zealand papers please copy.)
SMITH. —On the 23rd September, 1914, at "Nareeb,"
Kooyong road, Toorak, Harriet Emma Smith, the dearly beloved sister of Alice Simmons, in her 62nd year. (Privately interred.)
SWORDS. —On the 25th September, 1914, at
Dandenong, M. A. Swords, relict of the late J. W. Swords, aged 94 years. A Victorian colonist of 74 years.
TOVEY. —On the 22nd September, at his residence, Glenbower, Anne street, Windsor, Richard, the
dearly loved husband of Anastasia Tovey, and
loving father of Sister M. Monica, Sister M. Helena, Sister M. Roch, Mrs. Owens, Mrs. McMahon, Mrs. O. Carroll, Honora, Michael,
John, and James. R.I.P.
TURNER. —On the 25th September, at Becac (ac-
cidentally), James, dearly loved third son of Catherine and late Edward Turner, aged 28
WALKER. —On the 6th September, at "Glenogie,"
Childers, Gippsland, James, the dearly beloved husband of Jean Walker, and loving father of James, Peter Dunlop, Robert, Alexander, John, Jean, William, Mary, and the late Mrs. Cul- liney and Mrs. Gamble, in his 78th year. (In- terred privately, Geelong Cemetery.)
WARNER. —On the 21st September, at Chelten-
ham, Martha, late of Cork, Ireland, and of 28 Candy street, Northcote.
BAHWISF -In loving memori of our dmr niollnr,
Mart Barwite, who dial at Chapman strict, North Melbourne, .¡7th ".tptimbir 101.! (In serted bj lief son ind daughter in luv, und daughter John und Man Uarwite, ard Sirah W ootlvvnrd )
BROW V-In loving inimorj of deir Mrs Lout-e
Brown, lota of 43 Bridge roid lliduiiond, who di parted this life on September i~, 1013, ui,id bo, a colonist of 02 jeirs
Sleep well Grannv
-(Inserted bj 1 Isa W inn m I \\ d?-)
BURSTON-In nflcoUpiinte memori of mt deir
wife and our dearly beloved mother, who p issrd to a higher life on 271b Siptember 1UJJ at bt
Still to meinorv deir
-(Inserted bv her loving bush ind, daughter and sun in law 1 and 1 connell )
BURSTON -In lovinr niomorv of deir old mum,
who 1 asscd away it St hilda, 1J01
What is home without jon, de ir old mum '
(Inserte Herb ,
FARROW -In loving mimnrj of mi friend nul
partner llerliert 1 Fnriow wno departed this life on September J1, 11113 is result of accident,
-(Inserted bv S J Kent )
HOW I Ii-In loving meniorj of our deir grind
dad, Mark, who died at Moonee Ponds Septem
her 2a, 1011
Worthy of lasting love wis he
From us that are left behind
A better granddad could not be.
Nor one more good and kind
-(Inserted by his loving grandsons, Janie», Mark, George, and Trank Brown )
PI! \SI"R -In loving memorj of my deir aunt nnd
uncle who pis«eil nwij it 0 Ilirvcv street, Brunsvvlcl, ¿Ctli Scptcinb r, 1013, Oetober II,
lltej bore their pain-thet hore it well, But what thev rafTcrcd none can tell. Peacefully sleeping resting it list
Lift s weary troubles and sufferings pas' Weep not that their tolls aro ended,
Weep not, that their nee Is run
God grant that we nut lost as rilmli
When our work, like theirs, is done -(A Wnnhopo and family )
GILL (Hobin)-In ever fond and loving rcmiin
brance of our darling mothir, who piFseil itvviiv at North Flllroj on 20th September, 100S
So dcarlv loved so sadlj missed
Though death divides, fond memorv ellngs
-(Her sorrowing daughters and son, N lohn son, L K and R Ii Gil! )
lil NDhRSOV - In loving meniorj of our deir
mother, Margaret Henderson, who pissed awnv at Westbury street, St Kilda, 011 Stptcmbei J7,
Hut O for the toucli of a vanished hand, And the sound of a voice that is still
-(InsirtctI bj lier loving daughters, Isibel, Annie, mid Matul )
! HOLRROOIC -In sid and loving remembrance of
Dorothv Holbrook, "our dear Dollt," who de parted tills life on Iho 2Sth September, 101J, at the Melbourne Hospital, aged IS yens.
Our cherished one from us has gone,
The -voice MC loved is still,
A place is tacant in our home
Which never can be tilled
-(Inserted bv her sorrowing mother, brothers, and sister, 78 Laura street, Brunswick )
lill TOWNSON - In affectionate remembrance of
mj dear brother, ! inlay Hutchinson, vv ho de parted this life at St kilda, Septcmbir 20, 11)01
Thcro is a link death cannot sever Sweet remembrance lasts for ever
-(Inserted bj his lov ing sister, I Morgan, hen
LANCASHIRE-In loving memorv of luv deir
husband and father who pu-scd nwav on the Sith September, ]0lS (lusertid bj lils loving
wlfo mid children )
McUILUlL-lu loving memort of nu deir wife
lulu, who died on the .Olli Siptunbir, IPI I RIP (Inserted by her loving husband, I 1 McAuliffc )
SMI Mt.-In mrniTi of (baríes Siller who de
pirtiil this life at MIHI Mm I llilltiit, on .lilli Siptunbir, lill'
SIvIDMllllI -In memorv if our loving ilmiglitir
(opluln Sinii V M SI idmi n (Silvalloi Arniv), who ii panel this lifi at llivwoid, Sep turner 1 lilli alo our loving son Hirlrrl who died nt Uv ni Inn Siptunlii !. 1000 (In Birtcd bv tlic Ir luther, mother, «Weis, 1111 brothers.)
STOTT.—In sad and loving memory of my dear
father, William Stott, who died at Victoria street, West Melbourne, on the 26th September,
Gone but not forgotten.
—(Inserted by his loving son, Bert.)
WOOD-In loving memorv of our dear friend,
Gmrti Wood, who passed iivvaj September 20,
Gone, but not forgotten
-(Inserted bv 1 and V McLeod, M Barr, and
\OUNt. -In loving mtmorv of our dear mother,
whu died on the -'2nd '-eptembtr, 1000, also our dial falhei, who passed away on the 2nd July,
Ul , at Prahran
-(Inserted bj their loving daughters, J and M
AMOS IIII01HLHS and Sister desire to TIIxNK
their numerous friends tor letters, cards, tele el tins, and lloiul tributes in their sad bereave mini, also tlianl mg Di \ \ Anderson and Hie lill 11 S. Jovn lor their kind attention._ BlNNJ.rrS- Mrs B1VNETTS and Family de
»ire to sincerely Til \Nh. all their kind friends, ntiejibours, Jnd rel itions for expressions of sym palbj tcltgrams, cards letters, floral tributes, and visits during their late sad bereavement, and especially to Dr l'lajer, the Rev«. L. Williams and lllajdtn, the members of the I O li, and bowling elub, Multan Bueno \>sta, MU Mew rd, Mai tern_ DARROCH -Mrs FRANK and ramily express
their sincere THANKS to their nnnj friends for theil kind svmiulbj, letters of condolence, cards and floral trifiutis during their recent sail bereavenunt also the doctors and nurses of Ward lb, Melbourne Hospital, tor their kind and un remitting attention to thur late son and brother, ileo Mr II li Peacock for his kindness_
MR. and Mrs GIO SlUCKri sincerely fllAVh
nil their friends and relatives for their i\ près lons of sympathy, visits, letters, telcgrmis, mils mil floral tributis, especkiUv thanking Rev
lather- Norris mil Morns, Dr /icby Woinarbkl, and Nur e Dully for their kindness and attention during their recent sail bereavement 20!) Hem ington jroad _Nortb Melbourne^_ Mils 11 I JOHNSON and 1 ainily desire to
III \ viv their manj kind fninds for exprès sions of sjmpatln hy letters, telegrams, cards, v i-its, and llonl tributis nceweil during their ment sid hereivcuiint, espLcially thinking Mr I M Moore v, also Heclubites, I 0 it Alliance Tent No 67 G1 Citbitt street, Richmond_ TiriiS IOIIN CUtNL and Family desire to a-'-*. TIIVNh their many friends, and councillors, mil outduoi stalt of Camberwell City Council, for ltttcis teltgrims, caids, llonl tributes, mid espcci allj Hi inking I atiiir Robinson, of Camberwell 1¡^ Divison jarcct North Richmond_ "\ j RS 1IU111 \N and I amily desire to express ^'-*- their siueercst THANlvS for kind expressions of sjinpathj in the fonn of telegrams, letters, c ircls and llonl tributes dunng thur rcieut sudden and sail bereavement __ MR and Mrs. S VMUhli P0W1 LL and ramily
desin to I HANK their many kind fmlids for expressions of sjuiputhy received during tlieir re cent sad bereavement. Cunuingliainc, Last Gipps lind_ MRS C MCDONALD aro Sons desire to Til VSTv.
their many kind friends for telegrams, letters, ard floral tributes, ¿.c , in their rennt sad bereave* nient _ ____ ____ -_^_-. "_. _ "V ¡TRS 1 1SHLR und I) lughter, of hj«t Camber I'-e. will desin to 11LVNK their many fninds for kind expressions of sjmpatby in tlieir ricent sad bueiveiiicnl_
M1--S11S I EON and EDWIN CRAWCOUR de-
sire to 11IANK their friends and relatives lor let tri- cirds, and kind expressions of sjlupathy riceiutljhiriug their Jate bereavement_ rrUlTl amil-ToTThe late Mrs S O ALIA \N Dr II X rellim sincere Til \N1\S to their numerous friend for cirds, letters, and telegrams received in thur leant sid lièrenttnielil _
1 llrolber of the lite Mrs S G t rellim sinccri TU \NKs lo ti
foi cirds loiters, and telegrams l lecent sad bereivcincilt
I YV"OI^Mr-~Ô01tR~ <oiri Ivnn ' and MU
ti Wood lliavv illili" lluilesville Mr Harrie Wood Prahriu, mil Mr Junes II Wood Werri
'hu desire to isprem their M'l'RI CIATION of I (hi svmpuihv exleiidid to thim m their recent sail
Irrcivelllinl "ml Sept 1011
BEDDOME: The friends of the late Mr. Robert
Winter Beddome are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment in the Melbourne General Cemetery.
The Funeral is appointed to leave his residence
'Rothney' 73 Tooronga Road, East Malvern, THIS DAY (Saturday 26th September), at 2 o clock.
THOMAS HENRY ALLISON, Undertaker and Embalmer, 181 Elgin Street, Carlton, Derby Street, Collingwood and 307 Victoria Street,
(near Errol Street, West Melbourne telephone No 1182.
BLVCKBUItN- The l'riends of IOIIN BLACK
BUl'N uri rc-pcitfulli invited lo follow hi« rcnnius to the plueo o£ liitenucnt, Melbourne
Tlic fuller ii to leave Ins late residence, 11 1 dsall strict Maltern, at 2 JO, 1I11S ÜIY (Saturday,
2Uh inst )
tins of his late beloved tlaughter, Annie Irene nu) to Hie til ice of intirmilit, the Brighton
Hie funeral is appointed to move front his resi dence, 2U Result street, 1 lstcrnwIck, THIS DU (Silurdij .sijtcmbir _(>), at Uoeloek
W G \PPS and SONS Undertal irs, Llsternvvick mil St Kilda 'Phone 71, Wind Lv.
CRLICIvSIliNK - I nends of Mr HHUlrRT
C1U II Kail \Mt arc resptctfullv invited to follow the iimnnis of Ins loud wife, Marian lane to the pine of lntciniiuit, the líoroondara Cerne
Hie funeral will mote from his residence, l8 Minion -trut, Burnley, THIS DU (Saturdaj, 20th
t) at I pi
DUION -The friends of Mr JOHN D UiON are
n iictfulli invited to follow the rumina of his dtarlj beloved wife Georgina, to the place oí inicriiiint in the Burwood Cenieteiv
ihe funeral will leave his residence, Glin Iris road. Glin Ins THIS D U («atunlay, 2tith Sep
ember, 1JI4), at half past 2 o'clock
11 l'INL mil SON, I linerll Directors Hawthorn, llithmoii I Camberwell, and Surrey Hills 'Phone, Ila« , 11.'
I "T\U!lON -The 1 rlends of Mr ! G DAMSON \XJ m rispiilfullv invited to attend the funeril
if his late biloved wife, Mirj, to tin place of in lu mt nt the Melbounu General Cemeterv, leis in^ Ins residence, 20 Aberfeldie street, Issentlon I1I1S DU (Siturdaj, 2Uth September), at 3 o clock
I on Is (.tel 201 Ss-ot)
JU.Iv>ON - liiends of Mr HI NRY 1ACKSON
ire ic-picttullj Iniited io folluvv the remiins of his ile lily beloved wife, Iotllsi Minie, to the Mt Ibu nie ( enrril Cuniluy
T t limerai leaves Ills resident L, 201 Mctorn stritt, Wut Brimswlik, 'Ulis DU (Saturdav), at
lllNlsnitOS Underlnkers 10, lonsdale street, Mitliouiui, fevduey ro"d Brunswick Hlt,h strut, Northioti Chipil street, South tarra trim ter i muais, _\bbot_sfuid _JI'hunc Hlil,_Ccntral _
The funcr ii will leave his residence, "Worrough," i mool, it I pin, smidaj, 27tli inst, arming Sejinour J IG p m
J RorrS, Undertaker, Scvmour
POUND -The Trierais of the late Mr BEN IA JIIV
I HW ARD POUND arc rcspcetfullj Informed that his lenuins will he interred in the Williams
town Genual Cemetirv
The flinn ii will have his late residence, 30 liilugli strut, lholnburv (Northcote), lUIS DU IS nurdi}, September 20), at 2 o'clock.
pOUND-PAFS No 47, LOI VL CMILTON
1 OIlfL - .Members of nbovc are requested to foi low the remains of late P M Bro B POUND, 30 Rnltigh stiect, Northcote, THIS DAY, at 2 o'clock
S COT! -Tlie 1 rienda of t|io late WILLIAM;
HI Nltt SC01T an Informed (hat the funeral will move from "Fldildgi," Grant street, Oak leigh, 1IUS DU (Salureluj, 20th)
Interment at Kilmore Cemeterv, at 2.30 p ni lil URI Rl IvING, Undcitakcr
rnLRNLIt -The I rlends of late JAMES TURNPR
arc respcctiullj invited to follow his remains to their pi ice of interment THIS (Saturdaj) Mil IÎNOON, at 2 30 pin
T SlIMIllOW. Undertaker