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DAVID-CROCKFORD. — On the 19th May, at the
High Church (Presbyterian), Geelong, by the Rev. James Legge B.A., of Clunes, James Nor- man, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. David, to Annie Alice, eldest daughter of Mr H. J. Crock- ford, and the late Lillias Crockford. At home, 12 Virginia street, Newtown Geelong, 29th and 30th
HIGHAM-MORLEY. -[Silver Wedding.]-On the
25th June, 1890, at Tylden, Victoria, by the Rev. Ingram Moody, James R. W., eldest son of the late Mr. J. A. B. Higham, Melbourne to Florence F., second eldest daughter of the late Mr. Sydney Morley, Surrey, England (Present address, Hampton road, Hampton, Victoria.)
O'CONNELL—ROBERTS.— [Silver Wedding.]-On
the 25th June, 1890 at St. George's R.C. Church, Carlton, by the Very Rev J. H. O'Connell, P.P., Frederick William, elder son of the late Richard O'Connell, Richmond, to Josephine, eldest daughter of the late Joseph Roberts,
TIPPETT—AUSTIN.—[Silver Wedding.]—On the
25th June, 1890, at St. Phllllp's Church of Eng- land, Abbotsford, by the Rev. W. W. Mantell, M.A., John, second son of the late John Tippett, of Daylesford, to Catherine, eldest daughter of William George Austin, of Abbotsford, niece of Mrs. E. K. Horn, Walkerville, Adelaide, and John Austin, Kingswood House, Kent, and grand- daughter of the late Walter Joyce, County Mayo, Ireland. (Present address, "Allowah," Tooronga road, Auburn.)
KILLED IN ACTION.
ANDERSON.—Killed in action, at the Dardanelles,
Private James Anderson, 7th Australian Infantry, formerly of Charlton, Victoria, and son of John Anderson, Newtownmore, Inverness Shire, Scotland.
ENGELMANN.—Killed in action, at Dardanelles,
Lance corporal Walter Hector, second son of Allason Low Engelmann, and grandson of Francis Manallack, of St. Arnaud, aged 22 years and 11
FARLEY -- About the 16th June, killed in action,
at the Dardanelles, John Henry (Jack), First Expeditionary Force (and late Victorian Railways),
dearly loved husband of Clare Farley , 48 Bowen street, Moonee Ponds, and father of Elaine, and Teddie, Maldon; brother of Mrs. Noble, Mornington; Helen, Harriet, Tilly, and Sophie, of Maldon; N. Birt, of South Africa.
"A call to duty was nobly done.
In doing that duty a crown was won No fear of self; in trying to save
The lives of others, his life he gave."
-(Inserted by his sorrowing wife, sisters and
JARVIS -- Killed in action, at the Dardanelles,
A. G. Stapleton, only son of Mrs. I. Jarvis, Byron street, East Caulfield, aged 27 years.
"When the roll is called up yonder
he'll be there."
-(Inserted by his loving mother and father , E.
and I/ Jarvis.)
PRESSY -- Frank Pressy (Joe), who was killed in
action at the Dardanelles, our old school pal, one of the best and bravest.
Beloved by all of us.
-(Inserted by Dick Haines, on behalf of his old
QUINN.—A tribute to our dear friend, Major Hugh
Quinn, of Charters Towers, Queensland, killed
in action at the Dardanelles.
O, stern Gallipoli thou holdest him ever,
But his memory true thou can ne'er sever.
-(Inserted by his friends L. and T. Ditchburn,
and C. Craine . Charters Towers papers please copy.)
SIMPSON - Killed in action at the Dardanelles,
Thomas Gordon, eldest son of Richard and Jessie Simpson, late of Brunswick, now of Chelsea road, Chelsea, aged 24 years.
A noble hero, true and brave,
Peacefully sleeps in a soldier's grave;
Great is our sorrow, but God knows best, He has taken our loved one home to rest. -(Inserted by his parents and brothers. )
STOCKDALE - Killed in action at the Dardanelles,
Private William H. G., eldest son of W. H. and Agnes Stockdale, Wallan.
Rest in peace. DEATHS.
ATTWATER. -On the 24th June, 1915, at his residence No 101 Stephen street, Yarraville, John
Henry, the dearly beloved husband of Theresa Attwater and loving father of John, May, Mervyn, Doris, Jean and Sybil Attwater, aged 54 years; late of Eaglehawk.
BARCLAY - On the 24th June, at Junee, N.S.W,
Clara, second daughter of Mrs. R. S Barclay, of Gurner street, St. Kilda.
FITZGIBBON. -On the 24th June, 1915, at his late
residence, 348 Station street, North Carlton, James Edward Fitzgibbon, father of E. J. Fitz- gibbon, grandfather of J. W. G. F. and M. Fitzgibbon, also M. L. M. and J. Kelly, late of Wodonga, aged 81. (Wodonga papers please copy.) Interred at Benalla on the 25th June.
HALL. —On the 23rd June, Annie Hall, of 68 Lin-
coln street, Richmond, eldest daughter of the late John and R. Hall (formerly of Kyabram), beloved
sister of H. Hall, Tatura; J. and W. Hall, North- cote; W. Hall, Warragul; Mrs. Wakefield, North- cote; and of the late J. B. Hall, Northcote, and Mrs. Burton, Mentone.
A devoted daughter and a self-sacrificing sister.
HALL. —On the 23rd June, Miss Hall, an esteemed
and devoted friend for 30 years of the late Mrs. A. Barry, 68 Lincoln street, Richmond.
Lead kindly light.
—(Inserted by the family of Mrs. A. Barry.)
OARMES. —On the 24th June, at her parents' resi-
dence, No. 23 Canterbury street, Flemington, Eileen Mary, the dearly loved daughter of Alfred and Marion Oarmes, loving granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Greeves, Kensington, aged 4½ months.
THIELE. —On the 24th June, at her residence,
"Friedensruh," Doncaster, Phillipine Thiele, re- lict of the late Johann Gottlieb Thiele, aged 91
years, a colonist of 66 years.
DEMPSTER -In loving memory of our dear sister,
Kitty who died at Ennislea, Canterbury, 25th
Immaculate heart of Mary
Your prayers for her extol; O , sacred heart of Jesus,
Have mercy on her soul
-(Inserted by her loving sister and brother, E
O'Brien and T. Ennis.)
JULIAN. —In loving memory of my dear wife.
Kate Minnie, who died at Blessington street, St Kilda, 25th June, 1913
KERNOT. —In loving memory of my dear sister
Florence May (Fol), who passed away at Stawell, Victoria, June 25, 1910. (Edgeworth C. Lillie, London.)
KOCH. —In loving memory of our dear father who
passed peacefully away on 2oth June, 1913, at 20 Railway place, Footscray.
" A precious one from us is gone,
A voice we loved is stilled
A place is vacant in our home
That never can he filled '
-(Inserted bv his son and daughter in law, Jack
and May Koch )
KOCH. — In loving memory of our dear father, who
passed peacefully away, on 25th June, 1913, at 20 Railway place, Footscray.
"Father is gone but not forgotten,
Nor is the good advice he gave;
Sweetest thoughts shall ever linger
Around our darling father's grave "
--(Inserted by his daughter and son-in-law, Louie and Eddie Thomas.)
McKENZIE. —In sad and loving remembrance of
Catherine Margory, who passed away on the 25th June 1914, at Bourke Street, City
Not dead, but sleeping
-(Inserted by W. and M Grant, South Sassafras)
WALTON. —In memory of our dear father Richard
Walton, late Victorian Railways, died 25th June 1913 at his residence, No 3 Beverley street,
MRS. MILLS and Family, of Mirboo North, desire to express their sincere THANKS to kind friends for expressions of condolence at the death of their beloved son and brother, David at the front.
ATTWATER. —The Friends of the late Mr. JOHN HENRY ATTWATER are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of in- terment, the Footscray Cemetery.
The funeral is appointed to move from his residence
No 101 Stephen street Yarraville. Tomorrow (Saturday, June 25, 1915), at 3 o clock
WALTER A. WARNE Undertaker, Barkly Street, Footscray. Telephone No. 9 Footscray Exchange
HALL. —The Friends of the late Miss ANNIE HALL are respectfully invited to follow her remains to the place of internment, the Boroondata Cemetery, Kew
The funeral will leave the residence of her sister, Mrs. Wakefield, 13 Hartington street, North- cote, THIS DAY (Friday, 25th June, 1915), at 2 o'clock, p.m.
JOHN ALLISON, Embalmer and Funeral Director Head office, 94 Victoria street, Richmond North
Telephone - Central 1008 and 2068, Brunswick 592
STONE ---The friends of Mr J W STONE are respectfully invited to follow the remains of his late beloved wife, Blanche, to the Coburg Cemetery. The funeral is appointed to move from her father's (Mr Arthur Torer) residence, 80 Napier Street, Ftizroy, THIS DAY (Friday, 25th), at half
past 2 o'clock punctually.
WILLIAM GEORGE APPS and SONS, Under takers, Fitzroy and More Streets, Fitzroy. Telephone 3945.
THIELE. -The Friends of the late Mrs. PHIL-
LIPINE THIELE (relict of the late Johann Gottlieb Thiele) of "Friedensruh," Doncaster, are respectfully invited to follow her remains, to the
place of interment, in the Boroondara Cemetery,
The funeral will leave her residence, Doncaster, THIS DAY (Friday, 25th inst.), at 2.45 p.m., ar- riving at cemetery gates, 4 p.m.
OTTO PREUSS and SONS, Undertakers, 300 Bur- wood road, Glenferrie. Telephones-7, Hawthorn
Ex.; 347 Canterbury Ex.; 938 Canterbury Ex.
(Surrey Hills Branch).