HARRISSON. - On July 2, at Highbury,
the wife of Chas. Harrisson, Princes-
street, Sandy Bay: a son.
BELL.-On July 8, 1908, at her sonnn
law's residence, 230 Argyle-street, Eliza- beth, relict of the late Jas. A. G. Bell, in the 62nd year of her age. Funeral will move from above residence for Cor- nelian Bay Cemetery at 10 o'clock This Morning (Friday). "Her end was peace."
GEARING.-On July 9, 1903,"at her
parents' residence, 185 Harrington-st., Elsie May, the only beloved daughter of'John and Annie Gearing, in her 18th year. Funeral, half-past 2 on Saturday. 1LUIRIS.-On July 8, 1908, at Sandbanks,
Jericho. Johu Harris, beloved husband of Sarah Harris, aged 68 years. Funeral will arrive at Jericho Cemotory on Fri- day, at 2 o'clock.
HARRISON.-On June 22, nt Hornsby,
N.S.W., after a long illness, George C. D., youngest son of Fredk. and the late Mary Harrison, of Cradoc, Huon, aged 37 years.
HOWARD.-On July 6, 1908 (suddenly),
at his late residence, 46 Wright-street, East Prahran,- George Ernest, deaiiy belovetl husband of JStnily Howard, íu his oOth year; late of Hobart. /
LAWSON.—On July 9, 1908, at her
parents' residence, Campbell Town, Ruby, youngest daughter of George and Annie Lawson, in her 15th year.
NADEN-On July 9, 1808, at Queenstown,
Dorothy Mary, the loved daughter of Ko e and the late Christopher I. Naden, aged 20 years.
The Funeral of the late Ruby Lawson will leave her parents' residence, High street, Campbell Town, on Saturday, July 11, at 3.30 p.m., for interment in St. Luke's Churchyard. Friends invited to attend. William Lockett, Undertaker,
IN MEMORIA M.
BECK.-In fond and loving remembrance
of Charles John Sutton Beck, who de- parted this life July 9, 1895. Inserted by hie loving mother, brothers, and sis-