fin order to guard against Imposition, notices ot Mrtln Starring«, ana Deaths must be autltcntl
rated bj come respectable person to ensure their iasertion ] _
COWAN _On the ftn Mav, at ' Belsraiis." Brtgh
ira Ihe wife of the late Janies Co»an, St Andrew street, Brighton-a daughter
TIin.MvTiN - On the 54th Ma}, at the Union mol. Clune« to Mr and Mrs .1 Trelcaien-u
CLOUT - WARDLEY. - On the 31st March, at Syd-
ney, Arthur S. Clout the fourth son of the late George and Jane Clout, of Wagga, to Elisabeth ("Bessie"), the eldest daughter of Thomas Ward- ley, sergeant of police, and Mrs Wardley, Police Station, Armadale. Address, Tattersall's Hotel,
WMP>-,>\-rlTZStMONS-On the 17th April at
ti e Church of the Imml enlate Conception, 1 apt Millern, bj the liri Pallier hgan Kiigcno, son ni the late Patrick Dcmpsoi, of Limerick, Ire law! to Aleen diughtrr of the latí lohn Htr simons of limalla and the 1 ne Catherine 1 it? mnons, of ' Coonngil " Albion road, Glen Iris
KIIXED IN ACTION.
CinTPIM)\L!^-On the 25th Mav from wounds re
«ned in iction at tilt- Dardanelles, Printe Kotiert Arthur dcirl} helo« ed third youngest Kin of the lite (. T Chippindall, of lltinj In and Mrs Chippindall of Albion street, South Yarra
IRVINE -On the 21st May, killed in action at the
Dardanelles, sergeant Ernest M., fourth son of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Irvine, 37 Sycamore grove, East St. Kilda, aged 31 years.
ÍU1IOM -On the 12th Ma», died of nound«, at
the Dardanelles, Dai id, son of the Into Denis Mihoni Uti of Woodend, and Mrs, Martin, of kalgoorlie, « A , anil grandson of Mrs Mahon},
kindon It 1 P
IHNSISTFR-On the 20th Maj, at Dr Moore'«
I mate hôpital, Melbourne, Lulin Bannister, doarli beloved mother of Lilian, Alfred, Uenlricc, Bert, and Claude, aged 00 Private interment
Blt\SHl 11 -On the 2Sth Mav, al St Unocnfs
Hoinital Henri the dear!) beloied husband of llntlgot and fallier of llarrj lack, Myra, Dorcas, Ha (,cor¡,c and Mas, aged Til
BbChLlA -On the 2Dth Mav, at Star of the Sin
Loment ristcniwick, Mother Marv lYanci» Puck le\ in the Mill «eor of lier age nml tin. 28th icar of lier religious profession HIP.
nillNS-On tlic 2»th Ma}, at his residence, The Oak« 1 aclimlaml di, Samuel Manus Dill Cairn>,
.sed 13 uar=
A patient sufferer at rest
CHOWS -On tin. 29th Mai. nt "Majoien," Stuart
street Malvern, Mirj Ann, relict of tin. late Tirana» Clio»n (No flowers )
CONNU M -On the 11th Mnv, at tlic residence of
lils daughter lil Richardson street, Middle Park, TlioHia* llrovin, beloied husband of rliznboth t o'neill lei in? father of 'lnomns, William. lnv'oii k «.melin, and Mis A Ho"cmiax, aged ..i * lite of \cticron, Alexandra Colonist of M years
COX-On the 30th May, 1915, at "The Righi,"
Bay View street Northcote, Agnes Mackie, be loved wife of William Cox and loving mother of William Mcintosh Cox (Private interment )
"A live of loving deeds"
COX -On the 30th May, 1915, at "The Righi"
Bay View street Northcote, Agnes, beloved sister of Fanny, H Y Mcintosh, Mrs E T Brown, Mrs. H. F. Chapman. (Private Interment )
GIBSON - On the loth Mav, at her residence,
llira'ili Vetaren stri't, Bendigo, Marr Anile, relict ol tin. late Thomas Sampson Gibson
l!A\S0!l-On tlic 30th Mm, at his parents resi
denre, No 22 Churchill groie, t.lenfcrrie, James Thomas (lim) the dinrlv loved oldest son of Tooran md Man Hujsoni, beloied brother of Mu. ¡lilmlstcr, Mrs Albert Dean, Mr*. lYlnk MeCart Mrs \ Fraser, also Tille«, Mirani, and llilliam Ilaifoni, aged 27 years 1)J request, no (ton cr*
A patient 6Uircrer at rest
HOGARTH. -On the 29th May, at Mont St.
Evins, Victoria parade, Fitzroy, Helen, the dearly beloved wife of James Hadden Hogarth, of Thursday Island, North Queensland, and loved mother of Mrs. Johnston, Mrs. Jaensch, James Hadden, Cecil, Aileen and Alfred John Hogarth. RIP. South Australian and Queensland papers please copy.
JOHNSTON-On Hie 20tli Ma}, at her residence,
US Park street, South Melbourne, Catherine, thi ?learli beloved uife of Robert Johnston, late of lionise«, aged 71 years
iOFOH>-On the 20th Maj, at her daughter's
resiJm« No 0 Council street, Ollftou Hilt, lliza relut of tlic late Martin hofocd (Bendigo), town mother of Mrs. 1 Wilkins (Clifton Hill), Irank (Qutnishml), Ccorgc (Bendigo), and 3iar tin (Mest lustraliu). ngeil SO j cars
lleuuleseat in pace
rtUSlis.-On the 25th Mai, at her residence, 10
The Aleuue italaclnin I-ouisa Ann, beloied wife ol Ilobert l'un w and loicd mother ol Irene anil ledne (Interred priintcl} lirlLliton Cemeterj, liai 28)
IN-MU.H\-On Hie 2Sth Mu, at bel residence 20
i Urin strict Ilmilhorn, Mar}, relict of the late llohcrt Hiahurn, forniirly of burri y Hills and eolith Melbourne, aged Si lenrs \ lolonist for 57 jear- (Printe interment )
Passed peaccfuil} ana}
WID-On Hie 2Stb Ma), William Alexander, Mot«! eldest son ol \V. O and 1 1 Head, llarleigli Allic
I0BFnT»0N -On the »Olli Maj, it "Crilgmilhr,"
Ihrdenong load Malurtt, Keith Plniited, infant fón of I \ f. and Jessie llobcrtson, aged 4 »will« Onterru! priutil}, 20th )
SCULLY -On the 30th Mu, at 33 Bunbury street,
Newport Patrick lames youngest son ot the late Patrick and Bridget Scully, of Newport
SMITH -On the 23th Mai, Duncan Smith, of
Ualochi'c (iltralne, aged 77 lean,
limit-On Hie 0th Ma} at hlfrcsidcnco, Gillie
jej William tin dcarlj licloied husband oí June Ver Inung fatba of Wllllatll Ada, Alfred, . torge iamucl Itrs 1 Sbcrrj, Mrs W Beasley, ii I Mr« s lo^ci inil loiing brother of John »I Idnarl Spicer, aged 00 icars
Ias.ui peacefully auaj "
HS0!)h.-0n tin "Dili Maj, at lils pircnts' resi
euro No Iii» Williamson street. Bendigo, Hi I ml Thomas chatham, helm eil eldest soil of «lire I ra 1 h itc Strode, aged 2(1 j cars
6UIONDS.-OII the Jtlh Mai, at fremantle,
eli wai to tin front our beloied friend and cc...
ndf He lovph Sj monds, A MC, agid il i are (Inatrtiil bj the Seasidcrs, Chi Isca )
IHOSits-On the 30th Mai, at her residence, No
1 liouen nrrei West MUbourne. Hannah, relict «I ti e Iati li Im 1 bomas loving mother of \\ il- ium Lu Inn Mrs II «hite, und lohn Hour} l colouift of jt> jcirs Aged 82 }uin)
III0MA1 -On the mill lust, nt Loilghlane, prl
nil ho pital, Carlton (after inontlu, of putlclit i Hering) lohn (liner. Hie dcarli beloved bro Htrof l-auri Mon,jn Miianl, Mar} 1/mis mid «r« reruns ( iiunnitiR for many years a rtsidint master al Hoslci rollege
*IIIGI!T-On the -8th Ma}, at Melbourne llospi
W lue} llgood (Nume 1\righi), the bUoiod ouipi ilauthter of Narah and the late John instit ol 1-ismood Mackai, Queensland, and mut more of Mr and Mrs W' Belt, Ashburn am Manning road, Past Malvern, agcil 20 } cars Itaateli intorrisl
f« \G1 R -On |l,e 2»th Mai at lils daughter s
«idenri (,Ir" nilli» fl Albion street, \\
iransmrk. Thonns beloieil husband of the late
lathi lam l""n"ir, late of i.luuir lan, iuiik, Wl Olenurdari Hawthorn, loicd lather of llios. j J hu ( oi^e I , unuani Min 1 I \lcx li , «n hilrnncr Mr, lloia and Mrs. Johnstom, JîclEl }iars
*?Jil,',N,-'n loiing inemor} of lohn Adamson,
»»lind at (lenuri,, Malvern, on list Ma},
itl"1') ",'" '"' ""' lo»Ins memorj of my dear «"" lum, 11,1,he} «ho passed peacitulli Ï '" '»e tl't Maj, 101', at Drumfern, 1J »?mterslreit Moona. Ponds HIP
lîïï'n1 »"¡'"oiim ion "in"slicñn"iñiírrñ',"
amil on the memorj of dus that baie been
in tin Ktiioi cemiten,
l\e luul lum (|0«ri t0 rrst
"it I« »ill never Iii forgotten
Hi Hie one that loicd bim best O 'lient graic, to thee I trust
r,?.. i F1"0'0'» P'« "' earthly dust,
?SKI1, ,?'el»J roc^,',l toml1
Till I, his uife, ask for room
l*t the silent praicrs uncensinfc,
l«t the tears in seen t shed
Plead «Ith lliee, O Heart ol lesus
lor the loved one who is dead
^(Inserted lu hil loiing uife, Jcaio Delahcv )
lül"^, "T,n R°'' an(l loiing tncmon of mi dear Ä'Ä-l""? Dcl'"'"' nh0 «1"rt¿l MÏ
»K tu the list \(0N iop m nnimfii 0*w« st-ecl. Moonee Ponds HIP
Jears mai come and }ears may II},
Hen leaf mai fade und die
Anl eierj rising sun shall iel
«ot ion, dear Jim, we 11 never forget Tloiiçli mur lolre ne cannot hear,
ill I lour face ne cannot fiBe «uni} iherisl ed In our hearts
»our memorj cier Uall lie
Ï«'""»to hold lour memon deir, «thoiieh jon are no longer hore, ¿ral when this life for iii' is o cr,
ne hope lo meet to part no more.
-' i nculate heart of Marr,
lour praieni for bim eitol, O Sacred Heart of Jesus,
Baie mercy on lils soul
äSSci)y Wa l0Ving bl0thCT to Uw* wuii»'»
GAIU.-In sad and loving manoo' of my dear
ulster, Margaret Evelyn, "Munjie,»* who pawed away on the 31st of May, 1913, aped 19 years.
Lend kindly liclit.
-(Inserted by lier loving brother and sister-in law, J. anil M. Gain ?
XX loving memorv ol our dear daughter and sister.
Maggie, vUio died at St. nee«, fretitluim meet, Sandringham, Slat May, WV.'».
Out of the shadowland into Ute sunshine,
Cloudlet, eternal, that f.ide¿ not away; Softly and tenderly Je*« has called her
Home, where the ransomed are gathered to-
day. I -(Inserted by her loving father, mother, i brothers, and sister.)
STITT.-In loving memory of my dear husband,
Willhm. who passed away 30th May, 1013, at
Relcaml from sorrow, Fin, and pain,
And freed from every enrc;
By angel.*' hanrla to heaven conveyed,
To rcht for ever tlicre. . -(Inserted by hit. wife.) ' TVIIXKR.-On the 31st May, 1014. at "llundnlohn," ¡
St, Kilda, Helen, the loved wife of Hrnry lijlcs, Turner, closed a long, beautiful, and nohle life, > "One of us two shall find all light, all beauty, ;
AU joy on earth, a talc for e\cr done; j Shall know henceforth that life means ontyi
Our Kather, dod, have pity on that ono." !
BEREAVEMENT CABDS. | M"
Canon Sutton and de-ieon» and oillcers of Kew ¡ Baptist Church and Sunday-sehoo!, who lovingly wait card« und letters of 5\mp.ithy in their recent
BANNISTER.-Tim Friends of the late
LYDIA BANNISTER aro informed that tier re-
mains will be interred in the Brighton Cometer}'.
Tile rimerai is appointed to move from her late residence, No. 1 Yuille street, Brighton Beach, THIS DAY (Monday, 31st May), at 3 o'clock.
BRASHER.-The Friends» of .the late HENRY
("Harry") BRASHER, horse dealer, are re- spectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of Interment, Coburg Cemetery. *
The funeral will leave his late residence, 70 East- wood street, Kensington, THIS DAY (Monday, 31st May), at 2 o'clock.
JOSEPH ALLISON. Undertaker. Errol street. North Melbourne (Tel. 751 Cent.), and Moonee Ponds (Te!. 251 Ascot).
BUCKLEY.-Thov Funeral of the late Motiicr
MARY FRANCIS BUCKLEY will leave 8. Jimca's Church, Elsternwick, for Boroondara1 Ceme- tery, Kew, THIS DAY (Monday, May 31), immedi- ately after solemn requiem mass and ofllce, com- mencing; st 10.80 a.m.
API'S and SONS, Undertakers, St. Kilda.
/""IOS.-The remains of ACNES MACKIE, the be-
loved wifo oí William Cox, will be interred in the Northcote Cemetery» at 11 o'clock on Tuesday, June 1, 1915.
HENRY J. R. LEWIS, Undertaker.
HAYSOM.-The Friends of Mr, and Mrs. T. HAY
SOM ore respectfully invited to follow the remains of their dearly beloved eldest son, .lames Thomas (Jim), to the place of interment in the Box Hill Cemetery.
The funeral will leave their residence. No. 22 Churchill grove, Glenferrie, THIS DAY (Monday,
31st May, 1915), at 2 o'clock.
LE PINE und SON. Funeral Directors, Burwood road, Hawthorn; Bridge.road, Richmond. 'Phone,
ROSE.-SONS OP TEMPERANCE. National Divi-
sion.-The Executive Council and members of the order are respectfully invited to follow the remains of their late Brother, WILLIAM ROSE, ex-general secretary, to the Melbourne General Cemetery.
The funeral will leave his late residence, 1 Nor- manby street, Moonee Ponds, THIS DAY (Monday, 81st last.), at 2:30.
SCULLY.-The Friends of the late Mr. PATRICK
JAMES SCULLY are respectfully informed that his remains will be interred in the Williamstown Cemetery.
The funeral is appointed to move from his resi- dence, 33 Bunbury street, Newport, To-morrow Tuesday), at 3 o'clock.
T1IOS. LONSDALE, -Undertaker, Ferguson street, Williamstown. 'Phone, 25 Williamstown.
THOMAS.-The Friends of the late Mrs. HAN-
NAH THOMAS aro respectfully Invited to fol- low her remains to the place of interment, In the
Melbourne General Cemetery.
The funeral is appointed to move from her-late residence. No. Til Roden street, West Melbourne, To-morrow, Tucsdav, 1st .lune, at 3 o'clock p.m.
ALFRED ALLISON, Funeral Director. Head ofllce-221 Victoria htreel, West Melbourne (near William street). 'Phone, Central OSO.
TIIOMA&-The Friends of the late Mr. JOHN
OLIVER THOMAS, for many years a resident master at Wesley College, arc respectfully invited to follow his remains lo the place of interment, Hie Necropolis, Springvale. .,*
The funeral is appointed to leave tho residence of lila brother, M. 11. Thomas, 25 Vincent place south, Albert Park, for the Prince's Bridge Rail- way Station, THIS DAY (Monday, May 31, at 12.40 p.m. Train leaves Prince's Bridge at 1.35
W. O. RAVEN, Undertaker. Tel. 1037.
.VOUNOKR.-The Friend» ol Hie late Mr. J- THOMAS YOUNGER ore respectfully Invited to follow his remains to tho place of interment, the Boroondara Cemetery, Kew.
Tile funeral will leave his daughter's residence, Mrs, Johnstone, "Glen. Wills," 53 Albion street, W. Brunswick, THIS DAY (Monday. 31st May, 11)15), at 2 o'clock. «
JOHN ALLISON, Undertaker and Kmuilmcr, and Fun . " ' ' -