In order to guard against imposition, notices of
Births, Marriages, and Deaths must be authenti- cated by some respectable person to ensure their
ALLAN.—On the 11th January, at her parents'
residence, "The Wattles," Kenmare, Fanny Isa- bella, the dearly loved third daughter of James and Annie Allan, aged 28 years and 7 months.
AMIET.—On the 8th January (suddenly), at her
residence, Inverleigh, Rose Augustine Amiet, re- lict of the late Frederick William Amiet, The Hermiitage, Murgheboluc.
CHILTON.—On the 16th January, at her son's re-
sidence, 6 Duke-street, St. Kilda, Jane Chilton, the beloved wife of the late C. T. Chilton (de-
corator), and loved mother of Henry, Carrie, and Fred Chilton, aged 77 years.
Passed peacefully away. (Sydney papers please copy.)
CLAY.—On the 17th January, at his brother's re-
sidence, (Mr. Richard Clay), Main-road, East Doncaster, William, eldest son of the late John and Agnes Clay, aged 74 years. A resident of
over 50 years.
CROKE.—On the 17th January, at Chapman's
Gully, Maldon, Abigail Theresa, beloved wife of Thomas Croke, and mother of Mrs. T. Gallagher, Timothy, Thomas, Abigail, and Dan Croke. No
flowers by request. R.I.P.
DAWES.—On the 17th January, 1910, Eric Pome-
roy, second son of Robert W. and Rosina Dawes, of "Walhalla," Ringwood, aged 19 years.
MURRAY.—On the 17th January, at her residence,
Parliament-street, North Brighton, Mary, dearly beloved mother of Mrs. David Reddish, aged 80
MUSGRAVE.—On the 16th January, 1910, at her
daughter's, Mrs. W. Harrison's, Grano-street, Ararat, Louisa Kathleen, widow of the lite John
Musgrave, aged 64.
NUTTALL.—On the 15th January, the result of an
accident, Day Dawn, W.A., William Howard, the youngest son of the late Adam and Alice
Nuttall, of Eddington.
PATON.—On the 17th January, 1910, at her
parents' residence, 97 Melbourne-road, North Williamstown, Agnes Maud, dearly loved young- est daughter of Alexander and Euphemia Paton,
aged 17 years.
SAWYER.—On the 17th January, at the Children's
Hospital, Frederick George, beloved only son of the late Frederick and Jessie Sawyer, late of Gippsland, aged 18 months.
SNELL.—On the 17th January, at his residence,
Woods-street, Beaconsfield, Henry Snell, aged 71 years. (Interred Berwick, 15th.)
TAIT.—On the 13th January, at Huonville, Tas-
mania of peritonitis, Elizabeth Tait, after more than 50 years' faithful and loving service in the families of Rev. Dr. Campbell and Rev. W. S.
WALTON.—On the 17th January, at Malmsbury,
Hannah, wife of the late Thomas Walton, and mother of Tom, Harry, George, and Joe, of West Australia, also Annie, Lizzie, and Mrs.
Power, of Victoria.
WESTAWAY.—On the 15th January, at private
hospital, 9 Lewisham-road, Windsor, Miriam, re- lict of the late John Windsor Westaway, late of Geelong. (Interred Eastern Cemetery, Geelong,
on 17th inst.).
WILLS.—On the 17th January, Bertha Bardsley,
dearly loved wife of the late Francis Wills, and loved mother of Amelia, Thomas, Frank, Sam, Agnes, John, and Ethel, in her 73rd year.
YOUNG.—On the 17th January, at "Jesmond,"
Stanhope-street, Malvern, George Young, for- merly of Bendigo, beloved husband of Ann Young and father of J. B. Young, aged 80 years. No flowers.
CLINTON.—In fond and loving memory of my dear
brother, Tom, who died at Ballarat, 18th Jan-
Peace, perfect peace.
—(Inserted by his devoted sister Isabel.)
FYVIE.—In sad and loving memory of our dear
little Nellie, who died January 18, 1908. (W.
and H. Fyvie.)
JEFFS.—In loving memory of my dear son, W. C.
S. Jeffs (Willie), who passed away 17th January,
1904, at Korumburra.
The flowers beside our pathway may wither, fade,
But fairer ones are blooming for us beyond the
And though 'mid care and sorrow our weary
steps may roam,
How sweet the blest assurance that Jesus leads
—(Inserted by his loving mother, Mrs. A. M. Jeffs, Korumburra, niece of the late W. B.
MRS. WILLIAM SMITH (Maryborough) and
Family tender their sincerest THANKS to all kind friends for inquiries, telegrams and letters of sympathy sent during their recent sad bereav- ment. They also desire to thank Dr. Miller for his unremitting attention during the long illness of
CHILTON.—The Friends of the late Mrs. JANE CHILTON are respectfully invited to follow her remains to the place of interment, the St.
The funeral is appointed to move from the resi-
dence of her son, Duke-street, St. Kilda, THIS DAY (Tuesday, January 18) at 4 o'clock.
WILLIAM GEORGE APPS, Undertaker, High- street, St. Kilda. Telephone 71, Win. Exc.
CLAY.—The Friends of the late Mr. WILLIAM
CLAY are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, in the Box Hill
The funeral will leave the residence of his brother, Mr. Richard Clay, Main road, East Don- caster, THIS DAY (Tuesday), at 2 p.m.
OTTO PREUSS and SONS, Undertakers, Burwood- road, Glenferrie; Camberwell, Canterbury, Surrey Hills, Box Hill. Telephone No. 7, Hawthorn Ex., and 347, Canterbury Ex. DAWES.—The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. ROBERT
W.DAWES are respectfully invited to fol-
low the remains of their second son, Eric Pomeroy, to the place of interment, in the Box Hill Ceme-tery.
OTTO PREUSS and SONS, Undertakers, Burwood- road, Glenferrie; Camberwell, Canterbury, Surrey Hills, Box Hill. Telephone No. 7, Hawthorn Ex., 347, Canterbury Ex.
MURRAY.—The Friends of the late Mrs. MARY MURRAY are respectfully invited to follow her remains to the place of interment, the St.
The funeral will move from her late residence, Parliament-street, Brighton, on Wednesday, 19th
inst., at 2.30.
RORERT McDOWALL, undertaker, Bay-street, Brighton.
MUSGRAVE.—The Friends of the late LOUISA K. MUSGRAVE, are respectfully informed that her funeral will leave Spencer-street railway station on the arrival of train from Ararat, at 2.15 p.m., THIS DAY (Tuesday, the 18th inst.), for the Melbourne General Cemetery.
A. A. SLEIGHT, Undertaker. 'Phone 410.
PATON.—The friends of Mr. ALEXANDER PATON are informed that the remains of his late dearly loved daughter, Agnes Maud, will be interred in the Williamstown General Cemetery.
The funeral will leave her parents' residence, 97
Melbourne-road, North Williamstown, To-morrow
(Wednesday, January 19, 1910), at 3 p.m.
JOSEPH H. WHEAR, Undertaker, corner Steve-dore -street and Douglas-parade, Williamstown. Tel. 34. Williamstown.
WILLS.—The friends of the late Mrs. BERTHA BARDSLEY WILLS (relict of the late Francis
Wills) are respectfully invited to follow her re-
mains to the place of interment, in the Mel-bourne General Cemetery.
The funeral will leave her late residence, 123 Queensberry-street, North Melbourne THIS DAY (Tuesday, the 18th inst.), at 2 o'clock p.m. ALFRED ALLISON, Funeral Director; head office, 221 Victoria-street (near William-street), West Melbourne; Moonee Ponds, Newmarket, Clif-t0n Hill, and Northcote. Telephone 980, Central.