[In order to guard against imposition, notices of
Births, Marriages, and Deaths must be authenti- cated by some respectable person to ensure their insertion.]
JACOBY. — On the 29th January, at Huethma,
Acland-street, St. Kilda, the wife of Hubert H. Jacoby—a daughter.
ROESZLER (nee Hardham).—On the 21st January,
at 263 Beaconsfield-parade, Middle-park, to Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Roeszler—a daughter.
WHITINGTON. — On the 31st January, 1911, at
Kalimna, 220 Dawson-street, Ballarat, the wife of Bertram Whitington, B.Sc.—a son.
BILLIS—HENRY.—On the 24th December, at St.
John's Presbyterian Church, Paddington, London, Ralph Vincent, youngest son of Mrs. J. Billis, Glen Iris, Melbourne, to Hilda May, third daugh- ter of Lieut. Colonel Henry, of Prince's-terrace, St. Kilda road, Melbourne.
CHAPMAN—CHRISP.—On the 4th January, 1911,
at St. Agnes's Church, Glen Huntly, by the Rev. W. Phillips, Herbert Owen Chapman, M.B., eldest son of Benjamin Herbert Chapman, Sydney
to Beryl, second daughter of Frank Sitwell Chrisp, Ascotvale.
KING—CAMPBELL.—On the 22nd December, at
the Baptist Church, Collins-street, Melbourne, by the Rev. F. C. Spurr, James, eldest son of the late John and Mrs. King, of Brookleigh, Glen- garry, to May, second daughter of J. G. Camp- bell, Finnabar, Toorak.
BIRKETT.—On the 31st January, at St Vincent's
Hospital, Jane, widow of the late Jas. Birkett, Euroa.
FREWIN.—On the 27th January, at the Heidelberg
Hospital, William Henry, beloved husband of
Jane Frewin, of Ford-street, Ivanhoe, late of Port Adelaide, aged 65 years.
KNOX.—On the 20th January, at Glenhuntly, Alex-
ander Barrie Knox, late of Parkville.
MARRINER.—On the 28th January, accidentally
drowned at Apollo Bay, Vera Amy Pearl, the dearly beloved only daughter of Edward and Eliza-
Thy will be done.
MOORE.—On the 30th January, 1911, at his resi-
dence, Canterbury-road, Surrey Hills, James Moore, relict of the late Julia Moore, late of Moe, Gippsland, aged 78 years.
O'SULLIVAN.—On the 20th January, at his resi-
dence, "Broadway," Jeparit, Eugene O'Sulliian, beloved father of Hugh and Lewis O'Sulliian, and Mrs. Thomas Millington, aged 75 years. A colo- nist of 72 years. R.I.P.
PEPPIN.—On the 29th January, at "Fernbrook",
Loch, Frederick Peppin, aged 82.
PLANT.—On the 29th January, at his grand-
mother's residence, "Devon," Nagambie, William Joseph Edward, oldest child of William and Ada Plant, of 62 Chestnut-street, Richmond, aged 2 years and 6 months.
RAWES.—On the 22nd January, at Kergunyah,
Richard Edward, beloved husband of Harriet F. Rawes, aged 78.
RUSSELL.—On the 31st January, 1911, at his resi-
dence, Barunah Plains, James Russell.
SMITH.—On the 30th January, at her late residence,
21 Carlisle-street, St. Kilda, Williamina Smith,
daughter of the late William and Catherine Smith, of Pultneytown, Caithness, Scotland, and dearly beloved aunt of Duncan Smith, aged 67. (Interred privately St. Kilda, January 31.)
YOUNG.—On the 30th January (suddenly), Robert
L. Young, beloved husband of L. Young. (Pri- vate interment.)
FILDER.—In loving memory of our dear mother,
who died at Rutherglen February 1, 1910. (In- serted by her loving son and daughters.)
GREEN.—In affectionate remembrance of my
dearly loved daughter, Adelaide May (Addie), wife of G. H. Green, who died at Oxford-street, Leederville, West Australia, on the 30th January, 1907.
I often sit and think of her
When I am all alone,
For memory is the only friend
That grief can call its own.
—(Inserted by her mother, M. Turner.)
HENDERSON.—In loving memory of our dear
father, William Holmes Henderson, who died at "Matunga," 17 Crimea-street, St. Kilda, on 1st February, 1910. (Inserted by his loving and daughter-in-law, C. C. and N. Henderson.)
STEPHENS-In remembrance of my dear wife,
Mary Eliza, who passed away February 1, 1910.
—J. R. Stephens.
MAUDE.—In loving memory of our beloved daugh-
ter, Edith Annie, who died January 31, 1906; also our loved son, Arthur William, land and mining surveyor, died at Rupanyup March 12, 1901.
Still we miss them, still we mourn them.
—(Inserted by Wm. and A. Maude, Skene street, Geelong.)
ANDREWS.—Friends of Mrs. MABEL and the
late PERCY ANDREWS are respectfully in- formed that the remains of their dearly loved son, Percy Stanley, will be interred in the Melbourne Cemetery.
The funeral leaves her residence, [?4]0 Waltham street, Flemington, THIS DAY (Wednesday), at 12
JONES BROS., Undertakers, 193 Lonsdale-street, Melbourne, 544 Sydney-road, Brunswick; and Ab-
botsford, Northcote, Richmond, South Melbourne, and South Yarra. 'Phone, 361, Central.
JEFFERY.—The Friends of Mr. STEPHEN JEF-
FERY are respectfully invited to follow the remains of his dearly beloved son, Ernest Tenny-
son, to the place of interment, the Booroondara Cemetery, Kew.
The funeral will leave the Methodist Church, Cecil-street, South Melbourne, THIS DAY (Wed- nesday, 1st inst.), at 3 o'clock., after a short ser- vice, which will be held at 2.40.
T. RENTLE, Undertaker, Park-street, South Melbourne. Tel. 1179.
MOORE.—The Friends of the late Mr. JAMES
MOORE are respectfully informed that his re- mains will be interred in the Box Hill Cemetery.
The funeral will leave his late residence, Canter- bury-road, Surrey Hills, THIS DAY (Wednesday, February 1, 1911), at 3 p.m.
OTTO PREUSS and SONS, Undertakers, Canter- bury-road, Canterbury, Telephone No. 317, Cant. Exchange.
RUSSELL.—The Friends of the late Mr. JAMES
RUSSELL (Barunah Plains) are respectfully
informed that his remains will be interred in the
Eastern Cemetery, Geelong.
The funeral will leave his late residence, Barumah Plains, THIS (Wednesday) MORNING, the 1st Feb-
ruary, 1911, at 10 o'clock a.m. and will pass
through Herne Hill at about 3 o'clock p.m., en
route for the Eastern Cemetery.
ALEX. MONRO, Undertaker, 26 Ryrie-street, Gee- long. 'Phone 386.