In order to guard against imposition notices of
Births, Marriages, and Deaths must be authenticated
by some respectable person to ensure their insertion.
HELLIER -On the 4th June at 80 Hawthorn road,
Caulfield, the wife of E. J. Hellier-a son (Both doing well.)
BARLOW-DAVEY. -On the 12th May at the Cam-
berwell Presbytery, by the Rev. Father Robinson, Marcus Ronald, son of Marcus Henry Barlow, "St. Leonard's", Woodstock street, Balwyn, to Annie Victoria (Nancy), eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Davy, "Belton," Riversdale road, Auburn. At home, "Norwood," Kooyong- koot road Glenferrie, Thursday and Friday (after- noons and evenings), June 24 and 25.
BOWRING-NORTHCOTT.-On the 1st June 1915, at
"Cronulla", Hamilton, New South Wales, by the Rev. Harold Wheen, assisted by Rev. Horace Grimmett, William Bowring, of Mildura to Eliza, widow of the late Rev. Thomas Northcott. Address, St. Ann's, Mildura.
HARDIE-MASTERS. -On the 26th May, at Stow
Memorial Church, Adelaide, by Rev. Selwyn J.
Evans, Hugh Torrance, fourth son of the late Rev. Andrew Hardie to Violet Gertrude, only
surviving daughter of Mr and Mrs A. J. Masters, Hawthorn, Present address, "Millford," Jeffcott
Street, North Adelaide.
NEATE-COLLINS.-On the 22nd May, at the residence of the bride's grandmother, by Rev.A.Yule, M.A., George Eldest son A.C. Neate, of East Malvern to Jessie Margaret, eldest daughter of the late C.V.Collins, of Gisbourne.
KILLED IN ACTION.
ANDERSON.-On the 8th May, killed in action
at the Dardanelles, Harold Richard Anderson, loved nephew of T. and C Taylor, and cousin of Edna , Charlie, Lucy , George, and Arthur, of
Ensay, aged 20 years.
For England, home and duty.
BLACKIE -On the 8th June, 1915, at the Dardan-
elles, Norman Robertson, dearly beloved nephew of Mr and Mrs D. Blackie, and cousin of Edna, Bloomfield road, Ascotvale, aged 26 years.
BROWNELL-At the Dardanelles, Clive, the
dearly loved younger son of Nellie and the late
Rev. H. J. Brownell, aged 21.
"His the honour-ours the sorrow."
BURT-On the 3rd June, killed in action at the
Dardanelles, Private William George Burt, third son of Edward and Alice Maude Burt, of Johnsonville Gippsland, aged 23 years .
One of the bravest, one of the best
He gave his life for his country.
DICKIE-Killed in action, Dardanelles, L-Corp.
A.A. Dickie, signaller, eldest beloved son of Mary Dickie and the late Joshua Dickie, of Or mond, and dearly beloved brother of Leslie and Percy. A noble son and brother. Late cor poral Signallers, 49th Inft, Prahran. Ruther- glen and Mildura papers please copy.
LELAND-Killed in action at the Dardanelles,
Walter Leland, eldest son Dr. A. B. and Mrs Leland, Kensington Court, London, grandson Mrs. E. Gollin, "Elbana", St. Kilda.
NICHOLLS- A loving tribute to the memory of
my dear friend and comrade, Private Frank Nicholls, killed in action, Dardandelles, 10th
One of the best
-(Inserted by G. W. Chapman.)
O'LOUGHLIN -A loving tribute to the memory of
our dear friend, Corporal George O'Loughlin, killed in action at the Dardanelles 17th June R.I.P. (Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. Duckworth and
RICHARDSON. -In loving memory of Francis G.
Richardson (Fran), who fell in action at the Dardanelles, eldest son of F. G. Richardson, 81 Richardson street, Albert Park, aged 31 years.
ARNEL-On the 16th June, Joseph Francis, the
beloved fourth son of William Joseph and Mary Arnel, aged 29 years. R.I.P. (Clunes and Ballarat papers please copy.)
CLARK-On the 19th June, at Alfred Hospital,
Henry, dearly loved husband of Elizabeth Ann Clark, of Healesville, and loving father of Samuel, William, Ophelia, Ethel, Barry, Nellie, Arthur, Richard, Mary, and Percy, aged 62 years.
DAVISON - On the 19th June, Charles Edward,
the dearly loved brother of Mrs. Edith Hart, (Richmond), Mrs. Amy Cay (Bright), and uncle of Edith Haven.
GRIFFITHS - On the 18th June, David, dearly be-
loved Husband of Agnes Griffiths, Claremont avenue, Geelong, in his 82nd year. (Privately interred Geelong Cemetery, 19th June.)
HAMMOND.-On the 18th June, 1915, James Al-
bert, the dearly beloved eldest son of Thomas and Lydia Hammond, of "Padua", Thistle street, West Brunswick, and loving brother of Fred, Lucy, Rupert, Dorothy, and Frank, loved grand- son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Fletcher, nephew of Charles, Fred, and Albert Hammond, aged 23
One of God's best. Requiescat in pace.
HARRISON - On the 18th June, at his residence, 53 Merton street, Albert Park, Temple, beloved husband of Maude, father of Temple and Billi-i
Asleep with the Great Pilot.
HUGHES.-On the 19th June, at her residence. No.
63 Hardiman strict, Kensington, Janet, relict of James Hughes, Government contractor, and grandmother of James and Tootsie Hughes, of Western Australia, aged 65 years.
KEARNEY - On the 19th June, at his residence,
Moorilim, Michael John, dearly beloved hus- band of Louisa Kearmey, aged 79 years.-R.I.P.
KENAFICK. -On the 18th June, at her residence,
"Lalla Rookh", Gordon crescent, Kensington, Elizabeth, the dearly loved wife of Michael, and loved mother of Mona and Leo, eldest daughter of Michael and Mary McMahon, of Bradbury street, Ballarat East, aged 49 years.
Rest in peace.
KENNEDY -On the 18th June, 1915, at Commer-
cial Bank Prahan, Ellen, the dearly beloved mother of Mrs. D.P. McInerney, Gosford, N.S.W., Mrs. R. E. Fair, Sydney, and Mrs. J. M. Corr, Prahran. (Private interment on 19th inst., at Coburg Cemetery). R.I.P.
KERMODE -On the 20th June, at the residence
of her son, George Kermode, "Corrinella", Es- planade, South Williamstown, Mary, widow of the late Henry Kermode, formerly of Queenscliff.
LONGBOTHAM (Temple Harrison).-On the 18th
June, at 53 Merton street, Albert Park, Harold, the dearly beloved husband of Maud Longbotham and loving father of Temple and William, aged
LOSCOMBE.-On the 19th June, at the residence of
her daughter, Mrs. J. E. Delbridge, Clyde street, Northcote, Margaret Fanny, relict of the late Henry (Harry) Loscombe, of Port Melbourne, aged 61 years.
MACNAUGHTON. - On the 19th June, at Bent
leigh, James Macnaughton (late of Dutson), be- loved father of Clarice, and husband of late Jean Macnaughton.
"Safe in the arms of Jesus"
PLUMMER.-On the 1Oth June, at the Melbourne
Hospital, Ellen, the dearly beloved wife of Harry Plummer, of 145 Edward street, East Brunswick, and loving mother of Lillie, Ruby, Ethel, Elsie, Clara, and Charlie, Mrs Cook, Mrs. Baird, and Mrs. Bridges, aged 50 years. (Bendigo papers please copy).
RICHARDSON - On the 14th June, at Bairnsdale,
of acute appendicitis, Annie, the dearly loved elder daughter of Mr and Mrs Marcus Richardson of Orbost, and loving sister of Frank and Irene, aged 12 years.
STREET-On the 19th June at the residence of
her son in law, Mr. A. Witchell. 12 Fitzgerald
street, South Yarra, Esther, relict of late William Street, late of Port Fairy, and beloved mother of Mrs. A. Witchell, Mrs. W. I. Beckett (Sydney), Edward, and Frederick.
WEIR.-On the 20th June (suddenly), at "St.
Aidens", Hoddle street, Elsternwick, Elizabeth Carmichael, relict of the late Rev L. M. Weir, and beloved mother of H., L., B., J., and Mrs R.M. Jamieson
WRIGLEY.—On the 10th May, 1915, at Alassio,
Italy, Elizabeth, relict of the late George Wrig- ley, "Kirack", Male street, Brighton, and be- loved step-mother of L. McClure, Flinders, and
G. Wrigley, Lismore, N.S.W.
BRIGHT.—In loving memory of our dear friend,
Mrs, Annie Bright (late editress of the "Har- linger of Light" who passed to the higher life
on June 21 1913.
We love to hold your memory dear, Although you are no longer here, And when this life for us is o'er We hope to meet to part no more.
-(Inserted by Annie K. Short, Uncle Tom, and Dolly).
CAHILL. -In loving memory of our dear grand-
mother, Mary Cahill, who died at Sunbury, June 21, 1914. R.I.P.
Immaculate heart of Mary,
Your prayers for her extol,
May our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ
Have mercy on her soul.
-(Inserted by her loving grandchildren, Hugh, John, and James MeGrath.)
COLES.-In loving remembrance of dear Percy,
who passed away at Huawthom, June 22, 1914.
Called to a higher service.
-(Inserted by a loving friend, Kathleen Denkel). KYLE -In affectlonate remembrance of my dear
sister, Agnes (Aggie), who fell asleep June 20,
"All that He doeth is for the best"
-(Inserted by her loving sister, Mrs A.C. Nielsen).
MOONEY.- In loving memory of my dear friend,
Mrs. Harry Mooney, who died at Ararat, June 19, 1914. (S. Donahoo.)
MURPHY -In loving memory of our dear mother,
Hariet Elizabeth Murphy, who departed this life on June 20, 1910, R.I.P.
PARRY-In loving memory of our dear mother,
who passed to a higher life, 21st June, 1907, at 102 Drummond street, Carlton.
Christ was with her on the journey To that fair and peaceful shore, We shall meet again in glory,
When the storms of life are o'er.
-(Inserted by her loving children and grand-
PETERSON- In memory of the late Professor
Franklin Peterson, of Melbourne University, «liol _ died June 21. 101* (Inserted by «onie of his
h old student«.)
CLARK-The Friends of the late Mr HENRY
CLARK are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, Healesville Cemetery.
The funeral will leave Healesville railway station
on arrival of the 12.15 p.m. train from Melbourne THIS DAY (Monday, the 21st inst.).
DRAYTON and CARSON, Undertakers, Prahran and Malvern (in conjunction with T.J. PHILLIPS, Undertaker, Healesville).
HAMMOND-The Friends of Mr. and Mrs.
THOMAS EDWIN HAMMOND ore respectfully
invited to follow the remains of their dearly be-
loved eldest son, James Albert, to the place of in- ternment, the Melbourne General Cemetery.
The funeral is appointed to leave their residence,
"Padus", Thistle street, West Brunswick, To-mor- row (Tuesday, the 22nd June, 1915), at 2.30 p. m.
HUGHES -The friends of the late Mrs. JANET
HUGHES, relict of James Hughes, Govern- ment contractor, are respectfully invited to fol- low her remains to the place of interment, in the
Melbourne General Cemetery.
The funeral is appointcd to leave her residence, No 65 Hardiman street, Kensington, THIS DAY (Monday, 21st June), at 11 a.m.
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
KERMODE. - The Funeral of the late Mrs. MARY
KERMODE, widow of the late Mr. Henry Kermode, will leave the Queenscliff railway station on arrival of the morning train for the place of
interment, Queenscliff Cemetery, THIS DAY (Mon- day, the 21st inst.).
THOS. LONSDALE, Undertaker Phone 25 Wil- liamstown.
LOSCOMBE.-Frlends of the late Mrs. MAR-
GARET F. LOSCOMBE are respectfully in- vited to follow her remains to the place of inter- ment in the Melbourne General Cemetery.
The funeral is appointed to leave the residence
of her daughter (Mrs. J. E. Delbrldge, Clyde street, Northcote), THIS DAY (Monday, 21st June), at half past 2 o'clock.
HENRY J. R. LEWIS, Undertaker, Johnston street, Fitzroy; High street, Northcote. 'Phone 1160, Central.
MASON -The Friends of the late Mr. FRANCIS
CONWAY MASON are respectfully informed that his remains will be interred in the Melbourne General Cemetery.
The funeral will move from Holstein House, No. 50 Murphy street, South Yarra, THIS DAY (Mon- day, June 21), at 2.30, by motor service, passing Parliament House en route.
B .MATTHEWS, Undertaker, Toorak road, South Yarra, Tel. C6, Windsor Ex.
MASON -Members of the Victorian State Parlia-
ments attending the funeral of the late Mr. F. C. MASON, formerly Speaker of the Legislative Assembly, are respectfully notified that cars will be provided, and will start from the State Parliament
House at 2 o'clock.
POWELL.-The friends of the late Mr. WILLIAM
POWELL are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the Coburg Cemetery.
The funeral is appointed to move from his res- dence, 361 Rae street, North Fitzroy, To-morrow (Tuesday, 22nd), at 3 o'clock punctually.
WILLIAM GEORGE APPS and SONS, Under- takers, Fitzroy and Moor streets, Fitzroy. Tele- phone 1043.
POWELL.-Fitzroy Lodge No. 79, A.F. and A.M.
-The Officers and Members of the above Lodge and craft in general are respectfully invited to follow the remains of their late Tyler (Brother WILLIAM POWELL) to their last resting place, in the Coburg Cemetry.
The funeral will leave his late residence, 364 Rae street, N, Fitzroy, To-morrow (Tuesday, June 22), at 3 p. m.
F.E. Hearnden, Master.
S.B. BLACKMORE, Secretary.
POWILL.- Lord Carrington Lodge, No 11
II on 1 A M -The Officers and Members of the ibove lodirc an I craft In general tire res cctfullv united to follow the remains of their late bclovo i T)Ier (llrother W11 II IM I OU I-LI) to their last resting place in the Coburg Cometen
Hie huerai will luve lus late residence VA He street North titsro) lo morrow (rtiesda) June 27) at 3 p ni
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130MFI1 -Harmon) lodge No »01 A t and
A M-The Officers and Merni era of above Lodge an I craft In general arc rrapcctfillv Invited to follow the remains of the late Brother (Tiler) Il IL! I III POM 1IJ to his last resting ¡ lace the Col urg Ccmeterv
Tile (uneral will leave lils late residence 181 Rae street, North Mtirov on Tucsda) »nd, nt S
S PRATT -I rienda of the late Mrs I ID I
SPRITT arc rcipcctfulli invited to follow her remains lo the Coburg t cmcter
""le funeral leaves Jones Bros Mortuarj 1 j
î, 101 lonsdale strict Mellournc THIS Dil (Hauliv) at li 0 click
JONI-S BROS Undertakers lia Lonsdale street Melbourne oii Svdncv rovd Brunswick \bb ts for! Northcote and South larra Phone 361 Central
SIHM'T- The friends of the hte Mrs ISIIIPK
STRUT relict f William Street late of Port 1-airv arc re rectfulli invited to follow her
mains lo the ¡ lace of interment, the fat hilda
The funeril will leave the residence of her son In nv Sir I llltdicll P Hr.7i.cr II street South ana THIS DU (Mond» the "1st hist) at S
I BURTON and SON Undertakers »61 Malvern mad South larri Telephone lllndmr " 8
VY7HR -The Friends of the late Mrs H I/.ABFTII »' CIHMICIIIH, IWIR arc rcspectfill) invited to follow 1 er r nnins to the place of interment in the Bulla Crmctcr)
The funeril is ippointed to move from her resi
ciei St llln" liddle street Hstcrnwick To- morrow (Tues lj) 'ii lune) it 1 o clock, arriv ing at Ceniet rv at t JO p m
AI Ulf D Vi I ISON Hin-ral D rector Head ofllec 1 lictorh stre t (neal Milllim street) West Mell ouri Mom t llrxandcr road Moonee Pond« Irlei hones Central 030 Iseot tfl"