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ADAMS. - On the 14th December, at Warrawee,
Yarra street, Alphington, to Mr. and Mrs. J.
Adams - a son.
BAYLEY (nee J. Ferne). - On the 13th December,
at their residence, 8 Cope street, Coburg, the wife of James M. Bayley - a daughter (Thelma Mary Jean). Both well.
BERRY. - On the 13th December, at Nurse Heydon's, 441 Doveton street, Ballarat, to Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Berry (nee Bickett) - a son.
BICK. - On the 11th December, at "Yanley-Yalea,"
Sandringham, the wife of Chas. W. Bick - a
BLAKE. - On the 15th December, at Bendigo avenue,
Elwood, the wife of C.J. Blake - a daughter.
BRADFIELD. - On the 20th November, at "Elwick
Lodge," Dover street, Flemington, the wife of R. Bradfield - -a son.
BUTLER. - On the 12th October, 1915, at "Merston,"
Langhorne street, Dandenong, to Mr. and Mrs Arthur H. Butler - a daughter (Louisa Blamey).
DOBELL (nee Maud Jenkinson). - On the 14th December,
at 14 Albion street, East Brunswick, to Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dobell - a daughter (Jean
EDDY. - On the 23rd November, to Mr. and Mrs.
V.M. Eddy, 192 Park street, Moonee Ponds - a
ELLIS. - On the 2nd December, at Rothwell (Nurse
Montague's), Warragul, the wife of John T. Ellis, police station, Neerim South - a daughter (Eileen
FOX (nee Hannon) _ On the 26th November, 1915,
to Mr. and Mrs. Patrick T. Fox, "Carinya," Winchelsea - a son.
FRENCH. - On the 16th December, at "The
Alton," Glenlyon road, East Brunswick, to Mr. and Mrs L. French - a son.
GLANFIELD. - On the 16th December, at 17 Collins
street, Thornbury, to Mr. and Mrs. A. Glanfield - a son.
HARRIS. - On the 23rd November, at Dr. Scantlebury's
private hospital, Cheltenham, to Mr. and Mrs. William H. Harris, of Dingley - a son
HART (nee Alma Densham). - On the 26th November,
at "Torquay" private hospital, Tenterfield, New South Wales, the wife of Sydney J.B. Hart - a son.
HEFFERNAN. - On the 14th December, at Sister
Annear's private hospital, Armadale, the wife of J. C. Heffernan, Arthur street, Malvern - a son.
HENDERSON. - On the 13th November, the wife
of the Rev. Kenneth T. Henderson, of "Lymwark," Harcourt street, Hawthorn - a daughter.
DORSLEY (nee Oev Lizard). - On the 1st December,
at "Narma," private hospital, Adelaide, to Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Walter Horsley, of Balham street, Kingswood, Adelaide - a son (Burton
INGHAM. - On the 10th December, 1915, at "Kent,"
Glen street, Glenferrie, to Mr. and Mrs. EK. B. Ingham -a son (Nelson Geoffrey).
JACKSON. - On the 18th December, at 104 Bridport street,
Albert Park, to Mr & Mrs L. A.Jackson - a daughter (Betty Winifred). JOHNSON. - On 5 December, at Soudan street,
Malvern, the wife of A. Gull Johnson - a son.
LANGSFORD. - On the 10th December, at "Lanyon," Wimmera street, Stawell), the wife of L.C. Langsford, chemist - a daughter (Winifred Lesley).
LARTER (nee Bessie Harbour). - On the 27th November, at "Heatherley," Chelmsford street,
Kensington, to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Larter - a daughter.
McCLURE. - On the 27th November, at "The
Heights," private hospital, Kensington, the wife of James McClure, of Auchlochan, corner Fink and Barrett streets, Kensington - a daughter.
MARRON (nee Annie Bell). - On the 10th December, .
at "Carlisle," Glenferrie road, Malvern, the wife of Dr. S. H. Marron - a daughter. MARSHALL. - On the 12th December, at "Narran,"
Cotham road, Kew, the wife of Vaughan C.
Marshall - a son.
MOONEY (nee Jean Monaghan). - On the 9th
December, 1915, at St. Aiden's private hospital, Windsor,to Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Mooney, of 73 Kerferd road, Albert Park - a son (stillborn).
MORRISON. - On the 11th December, at Myrtleford,
the wife of Rev. R. N. Morrison - a daughter.
PHILP. - On the 11th December, at Shrewton, England, the wife of Captain B. M. Haig Philp - a daughter.
RALPH (nee Amanda Cato). - On the 13th December,
at Quisisana private hospital, Dandenong road, Windsor, to Mr. and Mrs. Alf. Ralph - a son. Both doing well.
REID. - On the 27th November, at Nurse Jones's private hospital, Seymour, the wife of W.P. Reid - a son (John Joseph).
RENOUF. - On the 20th November, at Dr. Kidd's private hospital, the wife of L.S. Renouf, State Savings Bank - a son.
ROBB. - On the 16th December, at Nurse Newton's
private hospital, Wangaratta-, the wife of W. J. Robb - a daughter.
RODGERS. - On the 27th November, at Nurse McKinnon's private hospital, Bendigo, to Mr. and Mrs VV. J. Rodgers, Campbell's Forest - a daughter.
SELL. - On the 11th December, at Chingleput, to
the Rev. Chas. E. and Mrs. Sell, Waltalr, South India - a son. (By cable.)
SLOBOM. - On the 9th December, at "Mildura,"
134 Eglington road, Moonee Ponds, the wife of
Andrew H. Slobom - a son.
SMETHUST (nee Coulston). - On the 3rd December,
at St. Winefred's private hospital, Lisson grove, Hawthorn, the wife of J. R. Smethurst, "Fern Grove," Yannathan - a daughter.
SMITH. - On the 22nd November, at Moffat street,
Brighton Beach, to Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Smith - a son (William Elliott).
SOWERBY. - On the 13th December, at 67 St.
Leonard's road, Ascotvale, to Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Sowerby - a daughter.
STARLING. - On the 6th December, at Montroux,
Tivoli road, South Yarra, to Mr. and Mrs. J.H.
Starling - a son.
STEWART. - On the 29th November, at Nurse
Baird's, private hospital, the wife of J. F. Stewart, Curtain's Hotel, Carlton - a son.
TANN (nee Gertrude Camm). - On the 5th December,
at "Corio," Campbell road, Auburn, to Mr. and Mrs. Bert Tann - a son (John Campbell).
TATE (nee Vera Harding). - On the 11th December,
at 381 Princes street, Port Melbourne, the wife of J.W. Tate - a daughter (Irene Gladys).
THOMAS. - On the 2nd November, at Railway Club
Hotel, Toorak road, South Yarra, the wife of E.E. Thomas - a son (Edmund Edwin).
THRING. - On the 17th December, at Lancewood
private hospital, Kew, to Captain and Mrs. Thring - a son (Meredith Wooldridge).
TRESIDDER (nee Vincentia Litchfield). - On the
27th November, at Lochiel, Kemp street, Croxton, to Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Tresldder - a son.
TURNER. - On the 12th December, at Launceston,
Tasmania, to Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Turner - a
VENNELL (nee M. Sherwen). - On the 8th December,
at Houston street, Stawell, the wife of William Vennell - a son.
WALLACE. - On the 5th December, at "Mincha,"
Sycamore grove, East St. Kilda, to Mr. and Mrs. E.E. Wallace - a son (Reginald George Oakley).
WHITEHEAD. - On the 2nd November, at Bellfield,
Chiltern, to Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay B. Whitehead
- a daughter.
ASMUS - GAYLARD. - On the 6th November, at St. George's Presbyterian Church, Geelong, by the Rev. J.A. Forrest, Valentine, V. E. Asmus, second son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Asmus, of Ballarat East, to Jessie H.E. Gaylord, second daughter of the late Mr. T. Gaylard and Mrs. Anderson, of
BELFRAGE—HILLS.— On the 20th November, at
Wesley Church, Lonsdale street, Melbourne, by the Rev. T. C. Rentoul, Robert Tulloch, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Belfrage, of Kernot to
Hylda Howard, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F.C. Hills of Footscray.
BROCK - MURRAY. - On the 16th November, at
St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Hamilton, by Ref. R. J. Houston, Robert, second youngest son of Mr. and late Mrs. J. Brock, of "Ochilbank," Longwarry, East Gippsland, to Elsie, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Murray, of "Burnbrae," Burns street, Hamilton. Present address, Inverleigh.
CLAYTON-JOEL - HICK. - On the 6th November, at
the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. d. Daley, William, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs.
Clayton-Joel, of Williamstown, to Vera Prior, youngest daughter of Mr. .and Mrs. A.W. Hick, also of Williamstown. Present address - 45 Railway place, Williamstown.
COCKREM - TURNER. - On the 23rd October, at
Canterbury Presbyterian Church, by Rev. Nicholls, Fredrick Herbert, eldest son of Fredrick Hoad and Marie Cristina Cockrem, of Railway road, Blackburn, to Ethel Madeleine, elder daughter of George Alfred and Rosetta Turner, of Glyndon, 25 Spencer road, E. Camberwell.
COWLING - McNIVEN. - On the 4th November,
1915, at H.B.M. Consulate, Port Said, Lieutenant Clifford Roy, eldest son of J.E. Cowling, of St. Arnaud, to Euna, daughter of the late William John McNiven, of "Benbuie," Inverary, Argyleshire, Scotland, and Mrs. Alec. Watson, "Ibrox," Oakleigh.
DORAN - GLENISTER. - On the 27th November, at St. Augustine's Church, Moreland, by the Rev. - Lane, Hilton, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Doran, Moorabbin, to Ruby, third daughter of Mr and Mrs F. Glenister, Footscray.
DORE - RILEY. - On the 12th November, at St. Michael's Church of England, North Carlton, by Rev. C.W.T. Rogers, Ashley Edgar, sixth son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Doran, of North Carlton, to Maud Agnes (Mernie), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Riley, of Horsham. Present address, 100 Sutherland road, Armadale.
DIX - BROWN. - [Silver Wedding.] - On the 17th December, 1890, at St. George's Church of England, Royal Park, Melbourne, William, the eldest son of the late John Dix, Esq., of Norwich, England, to Isabella Brown, niece of the late Jonathan Brown, ranger Flemington racecourse. Present address, Patty street, Cheltenham.
FERGUSON - COOPER. - On the 6th November, at
"Strathalbyn," by the Rev. Charles Tregear, Bert, second son of Mr Mephan Ferguson, Royal Park, to Ethel, only daughter of Mr and Mrs w.H. Cooper, Albert Park.
FOLLAND—STURGESS.—[Silver Wedding.] — On
the 18th December, 1890, at the residence of the bride's parents, Miller street, West Melbourne, by the Rev. R. Fitcher, John Studley Folland, second son of John Folland, Devonshire, England,
to Lizzie, fourth daughter of William
Sturgess. Present address, "Oakwood," Sutton
GALLAGHER - MOORE. - On the 10th November, 1915, at St. Patrick's Cathedral, by the Rev. Father Cahill, Joseph George, second son of Mr and Mrs J. Gallagher, of Epsom, to Norah Kathleen, only daughter of Mr and Mrs R.F. Moore, Auckland. HAMILTON - McBRIDE. - On the 6th November, at Holy Trinity Church, Williamstown, by the
Rev. Frank Lynch, Robert Charles Gordon, A.I.F., youngest
son of Mr and Mrs James Hamilton, of South Yarra, to
Hilda, youngest daughter of the late Mr Joseph McBride
and Mrs McBride, of Malvern. HILTON - BANNISTER. - On the 20th November, at Carlton House, Hobart, by the Rev. E. Handel Jones, Frederick Hilton, second son of the late Alfred Hilton, Manchester, England, to Lillian Maude Bannister, eldest daughter of the late Mrs L. Bannister, of Brighton Beach, Melbourne. Present address, Albert street, Kerang.
HODGSON - OAKLEY. - On the 17th November,
1915, at St. Matthew's Church, Albury, by Rev. ?? Bovan, B.A., Walter Howell, eldest son of late Mr and Mrs C.H. Hodgson, of "Oonah," ??, to Olive Maud, eldest daughter of Mr and
Mrs W.H. Oakley, of "St. Valery," Albury.
JAGO - BRYCE. - On the 17th November, at Scots
Church, Melbourne, by the Rev. Dr. Marshall, Edward Augustus, fifth son of the late Holmes Gillman and Mrs. M. Jago of Middle Park, to Flora Jane (Jean) Bryce, third daughter of Mrs. M. Bryce, of Northcote. Present address, Monaro road, Kooyong.
JENNENS - SAUNDERS. - On the 16th November,
at St. Peter's. Eastern Hill, Victor Cecil, eldest son of Mrs. Chas. Jennens, of "Edgbaston," The Avenue, E. Malvern, to Rosalie Hood, youngest daughter of Mrs. J.B. Saunders, of Stanton, Merri street, Northcote. Lucy street, E. Malvern.
KENEALY - SUTTON. - On the 27th October, at St.
Mary's Church of England, Mirboo North, by the Rev. Backholer, Sgt. Francis James, A.I.F., eldest son of Daniel Kenealy, Albert Park, to Lily Isabella, eldest daughter of George Sutton, Bunyip, eldest niece of Mrs. O. Magnuson, Sale. Future address, "Carinya House," Bunyip.
KIDD—LETHBRIDGE.—On the 16th November,
1915, at St. Mary's Church, Sunbury, Victoria, by the Rev. F. C. Anderson, William Hepburn, only son of Dr. and Mrs. Kidd, of Evandale, Tasmania, to Ada Dorothy, third daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Lethbridge, of Sunbury, Victoria.
MCPHERSON - TRIPP. - On the 18th November, at
St. George's Church, East St. Kilda, by the Rev. Thomas Glass, Lieutenant James J. McPherson (A.I.F.), only son of Mrs. McPherson and the late Donald Murray McPherson, of Byron street, St. Kilda, to Ethel M. Tripp, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Newton Tripp, of Alverton, Hughenden road, East St. Kilda.
MlDGLEY - PHELPS. - On the 1st November, at the
Presbyterian Church, Birchip, by the Rev. A. E. Goller, John Stanley, youngest son of the late Wm. Midgley, Koroit, to (Nurse) Rose Matilda, eldest daughter of James Phelps, Birchip. Present address, Ettiwanda avenue, Mildura.
NASH - TAMPLING. - On the 17th November, at ML
Erica Methodist Church, by the Rev. H. Worrell, Sergeant William George, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Nash, of Auburn, to May A., eldest daughter of Mrs. Ramseyer and the late Charles Tampling, of Macedon. Present address, 66 High
O'SULLIVAN - GLEESON. - On the 26th October,
at St. Paul's Church, Coburg, by the Rev. Father Layes, Denis John O'Sullivan, only son of Mr. and Mrs. D. O'Sullivan, of 1 Sargood street. Coburg, to Josephine Frances, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Gleeson, of 23 Moreland road, Brunswick, late of Coburg. Present address, Glencairn avenue, Moreland.
OLDFIELD - SHEPHERD. - On the 16h November,
1915, at St. George's Church, Malvern, by the Rev. R.A. Giles (Vicar of Dunkeld), Frederic Rupert, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oldfield, "Rainon," Glenview avenue, Malvern, to Elsie May, youngest daughter of the late George and Mrs. R. J. Shepherd, "Devonhurst," Wagga Wagga, New South Wales.
PARKIN - GRIFFITHS. - On the 12th November, at
Brougham street Methodist Church, North Melbourne, by the Rev. J. Smith, Arthur F. Parkin, second son of A. Coulson Parkin, of Balwin, to Grace Lilian Griffiths, daughter of the late David James Griffiths, Mansfield, and Mrs. J. Smith, the parsonage, North Melbourne.
PEARSE - NOWACKI. - On the 2nd September, at
Christ Church, Casterton, by the Rev. F. Stillwell, William Nicholas, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Pearse, Bank of Victoria, Donald, to Marjorie Isabella, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Nowacki, of Bahgallah.
PEART - STEWART. - On the 6th November, 1915,
at "Goodwood," Surrey Hills, bt the Rev. Campbell Lahore, Robert Williamson (8th Brigade, A.S.C.), youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Peart, Sebastopol, to Mary (Molly), youngest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Stewart, North Carlton. Present address, "Devon," Upper Heidelberg rd., Ivanhoe.
PETERSEN - ALLAN. - On the 20th November, 1915,
at Scots Church, Melbourne, by the Rev. Dr. Marshall, Lieutenant Frederick T.'(Australian Engineers), only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Petersen, of Toorak, to Elizabeth H., eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Allan, of South
PHIPPS - HARRIS-PURCELL - On the 17th November,
1915, at St. Mary's, Caulfield, by the Rev. H. T. Langley, M.A., Henry Harding Parker, of Leecarrow, Warialda, N.S.W, fourth son of the late George Constantine Phipps, M.D., of Manchester, England, and Co. Cork, Ireland, to Ethel Mildred, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harris-Purcell, "Banff," Shoobra road, Elsternwick, and Bendigo.
PULLEN - PAIN. - On the 13th November, at Moonee
Ponds Methodist Church, by the Rev. T. R. B. Woodful, William Henry Treyvaud, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Pullen, of Hawthorn, to Florence Muriel, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Pain, of Ascotvale. Present address, "Lenaine," Leopold crescent, Surrey Hills.
REES - PARKES. - On the 6th November, at the
Church of Christ, Glenferrie, by Mr. T. H. Scambler, B.A., Harold James, thlrd son of Mrs. Rees, of Bayswater, and the late Mr. W. Rees, to Constance Annie, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Parkes, Glenferrie. Present address, "Ellerslie," 10 Elgin street, Hawthorn.
RICHARDSON - PICKERING. - On the 13th Novem-
ber, at Congregational Church, Northcote, by Rev. A. R. Bunton, Donald E., fourth son of Mrs. Ralph Richardson, of "Flodden," Mansfield street, to Ethel Constance, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Pickering, "Drof-Mil," Gooch street, Thornbury.
RUDDERHAM - PENROSE. - On the 20th November,
at the Middle Park Methodist Church, by the Rev. R.B. McConchie, Ren, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Rudderham, of Wright street, Middle Park, to Violet May, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Penrose, of Herbert street, Albert'Park. Present address, Mimosa road, East Caulfield.
SALTER - SHIELDS. - On the 1st December, at Surrey
Hills by, the Reverend Joseph Nicholson,
Albert Wilson Salter to Kate Shields.
SALTS - C"OCHRANE. - On the 17th November, at
St. Patrick's Cathedral, by the Rev. Father Roche, of Warragul, John Patrick, elder son of Mr. and Mrs.. Richard Salts, of Maynooth, Ivanhoe, to Leonara, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Cochrane, Languilla, E. Malvern.
SCHOLES - WATTS. - On the 17th November, 1914,
at the Methodist Church, Bridgewater, by the Rev. A. Dltterich, Charles Henry, fifth son of Mrs Scholes and the late J.P. Scholes, Bridgewater, to Alice, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs W. Watts, of Bridgewater (formerly of Drouin, Gippsland). Present address, Napier street, St. Arnaud.
SEGGIE - WEIR. - On the 4th October, at
Sacred Heart R.C. Cathedral, Bendigo, by the Rev. Father Rooney, George Irving, third son of Mr A. Seggie, Hawksburn, to Evelyn Henrietta (Lena), youngest daughter of Sub-Inspector Weir, Bendigo. (Present address - "Silverwood," Omar street, Caulfield.)
STEPHEN-SANDEMAN.—On the 20th November,
at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. John A. Crockett, Leslie Dawson, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs George Stephen, Aberdeen, Scotland, to Nell, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D.B. Sandeman, "Southesk," Davies street, North Brunswick.
TRINNICK - WALLACE. - On the 6th November, at
the Presbyterian Church, Napier street, Fitzroy, by the Rev. T. W. Wellings, assisted by Mr. P. E. Shepherd, Vernie, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Trinnick, Essendon, to Veda Lillian, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Wallace, Fitzroy.
WALKER - YEO. - On the 10th December, 1915, at
St. Paul's Church, Bendigo, by the Very Rev. Dean MacCullagh, James Knox, eldest son of Mrs. and the late George Ferguson Walker, of Bendigo, to Gaillardia, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Yeo, of Garset road, Bendigo. Present address, Warwick, Williamson street, Bendigo.
WARD - GOODWIN. - On the 13th November, at All
Saints', Ascotvale West, by the Rev. G. Kingsley Cole, George William, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Ward, of Ascotvale, to Gertrude Mabel, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Goodwin, of Ascotvale W.
WHITE - EMERY. - On the 27th October, at Brighton,
by the Rev. R. Williamson, Alfred Horsburgh White, of "Aberlady," Tivoli road, South Yarra, to Edith Clementina Frances, younger daughter of the late Edward A. Emery, of Collingwood.
WHITTLES - DERRICK. - On the 27th November,
1915, at the Glen Tea Gardens, Hawthorn, by the Rev. William Webester, Corporal Eric, third son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Gibson Whittles, of Armadale,
late Tasmania, to Lena, only daughter of Mrs. James Sanders (nee Derrick), of Hawthorn. At home, Tuesday, "Larnette," Glassford Street, Armadale. (Tasmanian papers please copy.)
WOOD - TAYLOR. - On the 10th November, at St.
Mary's Church of England, Caulfield, by Rev. H. Raverty, Albert Ernest, youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. H. Wood, of Alexandra and Middle Park, to Emily Mary, youngest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. H. Taylor, of Elsternwick. (Present address - "Ongalor," Tooronga road, East Malvern. At home 13th January, 1916.)
DIED ON SERVICE.
APPLETON. - On the 14th December, accidentally
killed at Williamstown. Private Cyril W. Appleton, of 25 Union street, Windsor.
BAKER. - On the 29th November, on hospital ship
"Aquitania," of exhaustion, Douglas Gibbs, 6th Bty., 2nd F.A.B., younger son of J. A. Baker, 19 Brighton road, St. Kilda. In firing-line since April without rest. (Inserted by his sisters.)
BAKER. - In fond remembrance of my dear
Douglas, "Dua," 6th Battery, 2nd F.A. Brigade, who died on board hospital ship Aquitania, November 29, 1915. (Inserted by Lillian Goff.)
COMINS. - On the 30th November, at Hospital,
Lemnos, Major Percy. R. Comins, V.D.
(Inserted by the officers and members of the King Solomon Lodge, No. 29, V.C.)
FARISH. - Died of wounds on the 20th September,
at Gallipoli. Private Robert Turner Farish, of 24th Batt., beloved second son of R.T. and late Anna Farish, of St. Arnaud, dearly beloved brother of Richard J., and Mrs. G. Isbister and Mrs. F. Cox, and Isia and Albert (on active service), aged 25 years 11 months.
The shock was great, the blow severe, To part with one we loved so dear;
Only those who have lost are able to tell
The pain of the heart at not saying farewell.
St. Arnaud papers please copy.
GAMBETTA. - A tribute of love to the memory of
our dear young friend, Signaller N. Gambetta (Noel), who was killed in action at the Dardanelles on the 29th November, 1915. (Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. Burns and family.)
HUGHES. - A tribute of respect to our late comrade, Private A.S. Hughes, killed
in action at Gallipoli, November 29, 1915. (From
Horsham Fire Brigade.)
JURY. - Killed in action at Gallipoli, on 26th
November, Private H. W. Jury (Bill), 4th Light Horse, loved son of Harry and Mary Jury, Ancona, aged 23 years and 2 months.
Our soldier boy.
A good son.
A true and loving brother.
-(Inserted by his sister, S. Fink, Gooram.)
MARSHALL. - On the 7th August, killed in action
at Gallipoli, Second Lieutenant (formerly Staff-
Sgt.-Major) J. E. Marshall, 6th Infantry Battalion,
beloved son of late e.W. and Emily Marshall, stepson of late Duncan Campbell, Portland, and brother of C.F. Marshall, Balmoral street, Essendon, lately attached to 64A Military Training Area, aged 31 years.
McMILLAN. - On the 25th November, died of
wounds at Gallipoli, Private Neil McMillan, dearly loved eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. R. N. McMillan; brother of Queenie, Robbie, Archie, Marion, and Flora, and grandson of the late Nell McMillan, M.D., of Castle Hill, Murchison,
aged 20 years.
None knew him best to love him;
None spoke his name but to praise. WOOLLEY. - In memory of our dear friend, Private
George J. A. Woolley, who was killed in action
His duty done.
-(V. and E. and G. and R. Hallyburton.)
ADAMS. - On the 16th December. at Warrawee,
Yarra street, Alphington, John, the dearly loved
son of P. J. and H. Adams.
BAXTER. - On the 16th December, Allan, the
beloved husband of Margaret Baxter, "Killara," Downshire road, Elsternwick, aged 74.
BELLISS. - On the 16th December, at the residence
of Professor Cherry, Glen Iris, Katherine, youngest daughter of the late Richard Guy Belliss, Shropshire, England.
COHEN. - On the 17th December, at 28 Acland
street, St. Kilda, Lewis, dearly beloved husband of Adelaide Cohen, loving father if Mrs. J. Jackson, Johannesburg; also Olga and Joseph, and dear brother of Mrs. J. Lean, aged 45 years.
May his dear soul rest in peace. A loving husband and father.
Minyan, 8 o'clock, sunday, and following evenings. Johannesburg papers please copy.
DAYMOND. - On the 17th December, at Bendigo,
the dearly beloved wife of A. G. Daymond, mother of Alie, Leslie, and George, loving daughter of Mrs. T. Holmes, also loving sister of Fred, Arthur, Jack, and Esther Holmes, Mrs. Leurn, Mrs. Guest, Mrs. Sharp, Mrs. Garnsworthy.
DE SAXE. - On the 17th December, at his late residence,
"Gladswood," Rothwell street, Ascotvale, Joseph De Saxe, eldest son of the late Morris De Saxe, of London, aged 65 years.
DICKSON. - On the 13th December., at Nurse
French's private hospital, Kerang, dearly beloved infant son of Pte. J. H. Dickson. A.l.F., and Mrs. Dickson, of Macorna, aged 11 months.
EDIS. - On the 16th December, at Wagga, Ethel
Anne, second daughter of L. W. and E. Edis, of Youanmite.
FAWCETT. - On the 16th December, 1915, at her
residence, 875 Brunswick street, North Fitzroy, Adelaide Louisa, dearly beloved wife of Matthew, dearly beloved mother of Harry (Western Australia), Ada, Fred (Queenscliff), Arthur, Alfred, Mrs. L. Lander. (Interred privately.)
A patient sufferer at rest.
FITZGERALD. - On the 15th December (suddenly,
result of accident), Nell, daughter of John and Mary Fitzgerald, loved sister of Jack, Ned, Tom, Bob, Will, Mrs. H. Cox (South Elsternwick), Jim, and Kit, of "Emohruo," Lennox street, Richmond. (Privately interred Melbourne.) Friends please accept this notice.
GEORGE. - On the 11th December, at "Warialda,"
Neutral Bay, Sydney, W. R. George, beloved brother of the late Joseph George, pharmacist, Brunswick, aged 82. Arrived in Melbourne,
GRANT. - On the 15th December, at Sydney, Alexander,
the dearly beloved elder son of David and Margaret Grant, lovlng brother of Mrs. G. Denham, Mrs. F. Reeve, Will, and Nellie, late of 31 St. Vincent street, Albert Park.
HALL. - On the 16th December, at "Glenside,"
Bruce street, Toorak (suddenly), Jessie Hall, beloved mother of Chrissie Hall. (Interred pri- vately Williamstown.)
"Until the day dawns."
HARRISON. - On the 10th December, 1915, at
Greenvale Sanatorium, Robert, beloved husband of J. Harrison, 17 North street, Port Melbourne, and only beloved grandson of H. Harrison, of London.
A sufferer at rest.
HOMES. - On the 16th December, at Somerville,
Bridget Homes, beloved wife of Peter, and mother of Amelia, Jane, and James, aged 77 years.
A faithful wife, a good mother, a kind friend.
May her soul rest in peace.
KENNEDY-SMITH. - On the 2nd December, in
Wandsworth Hospital, London, of wounds received at Gallipoli, Geoffrey Kennedy, youngest son of John Kennedy and Annie L. Smith, of Bairnsdale, aged 22 years.
LESTER. - On the 13th December, at Big Hill, Bendigo,
Nellie, dearly beloved wife of W. C. Lester.
MADDISON. - On the 7th December, at Rosedale
Farm, Stawell, George Thomas, beloved husband of Mary E. Maddison, loving father of William and Lewis (Queensland), Mrs. Twine (Queensland), Minnie (N.S.W.), Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Hunter (Melbourne), Mrs. C. Aebie (Stawell), Mrs. O. Trask (Campbell's Bridge), Syd, Marjorie, Beryl, Jocelyn, and Gilbert, aged 85 years.
(Late Customs, Swan Hill, formerly of Hamilton.)
MURPHY. - On the 10th December, at the residence
of her son-in-law, Mr. Henry Dennis, Congupna road, Annie, widow of William Henry Murphy, of Ballarat, and loved mother of Lily Dennis.
NEALY (nee Northcote). - On the 12th December,
at her residence, 54 Greeves street, Fitzroy, Jeanie, the dearly beloved wife of Mathew Nealy and
mother of Doris, and only surviving daughter of Sarah and the late James Northcote, aged 37.
RICHARDS. - On the 13th December, at Devoran, Cornwall, England, William John Richards, be- loved father of C. G. Richards, "Coringle," Sale, aged 76 years. (By cable message.)
RIDGWAY. - On the 14th December, at midnight,
passed peacefully away, Richard Ridgway, be-
loved husband of Caroline Ridgway, Turner street, Abbotsford, and loving father of Ethel, Mrs. W. G. Davis, Perth), Zoe, Percy, Leah, Marcus, and Annie, aged 58 years. (Interred privately, December 16, 1915.)
SCHMIDT. - On the 14th December, at 264 Bridge
street, Port Melbourne, Johanna A.C., wife of the late John J. H., and loving mother of Mrs. J. Mant, Castlemaine, W. C. Schmidt, Talbot, Mrs W. J. Harvey, Western Australia, J. C. Schmidt (Victorian Railways), Port Melbourne, and Mrs. W. McKenzie, Newfield, aged 87 years. (Interred privately, 15th inst.)
WALKER. - On the 17th December, at "Ellesmere,"
Jolimont terrace, Jolimont, John Gaunt Walker, aged 76 years.
WANE. - On the 14th December, at Albury, New
South Wales, John Ernest, the beloved second son of Alfred and Marian Wane, of Albert street,
BUTLER-GEORGE. - In sad and loving memory
of Mary Jane, devoted wife of R. Butler-George, St. Kilda, and loving mother of Fred. Will., Tom (R.A.M.C, France), Percy, Gordon (Ex- peditionary Forces, Egypt). Mrs. J. McEvoy, May (England), and Bee, who passed away at 'Clarendon," Molesworth, December 18, 1914. (Inserted by son and daughter.) FIEDLER. - In loving memory of our dear son
and brother (Willie), who died at Huntly (Bendigo), on 19th December, 1912.
"This is the day of remembrance,
This is the day so sad to recall."
- (Inserted by his loving parents and sister.)
GEORGE. - In loving memory of our dear mother,
who passed away at Molesworth, on the 18th December, 1914. (Inserted by her son and daughter.)
HERBERT. - In loving remembrance of my devoted mother and grandma, Sarah Herbert, who died on
December 19, 1913, at St. Kilda.
I often think of you, dear Mum And think of how yoy died:
To think I could not say good-bye
Before you closed your eyes.
-(Inserted by her loving sons, Fred, Edie, and Charlie Herbert.).
HERBERT. - In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away at St. Kilda, December 19,
1913. (inserted by Albert and May Herbert.)
HERBERT. - In sweet remembrance of our devoted
and affectionate mother, who passed peacefully away, December 19, 1913, at St. Kilda. (Inserted by Dad, Etta, and George.)
HILL. - In sad and loving memory of our dear
wife and mother, Isabella Eleanor Hill, who died on the 18th day of December, 1914. (Inserted by her loving husbnnd and children.)
HILL. - In loving memory of my dear daughter
and much loved sister, Isabella Eleanor, who died at Box Hill, December 18, 1914.
HUGHES. - In sad and loving memory of our dear
brother, Henry, who passed away on the 19th
No space of time or lapse of years
Can dim our loved one's past;
A loving memory holds it dear,
Affection holds it fast.
-(Inserted by his loving sisters, J. Peacock, E. Grant, and H. Beckwith.)
MONTGOMERY. - In sad and loving memory of our
dear mother, Alice Montgomery, died December 19, 1912. (Inserted by her husband, son, daughters, and sister.)
NORTH. - In loving memory of my dear husband, Walter James North, who departed this life on the 18th December, 1909.
" 'Tis Thine to number out our days, Ours to give them to Thy praise."
-(Agnes Molesworth North, 8 Cromwell crescent,
RANSON. - In loving remembrance of my darling
mother, who left us on December 19, 1913.
"In life the sweetest companion,
In death the most blessed memory."
-(Inserted by her only daughter, M. Buckingham.)
GRAVE. - Mrs. GRAVE desires to sincerely
THANK many friends for kind expressions of sympathy, letters, cards, personal visits, and floral tributes received during her recent sad bereave- ment. Nyora, 24 Campbell street, Moreland.
LINDSAY. - Mrs. LINDSAY and Family desire to
express their THANKS to their many friends for letters, telegrams, cards, and expressions of sympathy during their recent sad bereavement. "Athelstane," Healesville.
MR. and Mrs. A. H. BLAKE and Family desire to return their
sincere THANKS to their many kind friends, relations, and neighbours for expressions of sympathy, visits, letters, and floral tributes, received in their sad and sudden loss of their son Jack, also thanking Dr. Player and Dr Anderson for special attention. Special thanks to his fellow officers of the Mail Branch, G.P.O. for handsome floral globe.
MR. and Mrs. COLENSO and Family desire to
THANK their many kind friends and relatives in all parts of the State, and also the teachers of Lara Sunday and State schools, for the kind sympathy, lettes, cards, telegrams, and floral tributes received during their recent sad and sudden bereavement by the accidental death of their darling
son and brother, Reggie. Lara Hotel, Lara.
MR. and Mrs. W. H. TAYLOR and Family, and
Mrs. W. EASTWOOD, desire to return THANKS to their many friends and relatives for
letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes, visits in their recent sad bereavement; also thanking the Rev. C. H. Nash for his kind attention to their late loved daughter and sister, Unie. 88 Grey street, St. Kilda.
Mr. and Mrs. ALEX. GREGOR and Family, desire
to tender their heartfelt THANKS to their many kind friends for sympathy, acts of kindness, letters, cards, and telegrams, especially
Dr. Faulkner, for his untiring attention, and the Rev. T. Watt Leggett, during their recent sad bereavement. Powlett street, Sunbury. Mr. and Mrs. J. MOORE and Family desire to sincerely
THANK the many friends and relatives for cards, telegram letters, floral tributes and kindly expressions of sympathy in their sad bereavement. "Tyrone," Craine Street, South Melbourne.
MR TOPPING and Family wish to return
THANKS to their many kind friends for telegrams,
cars, and flora tributes in their recent
sad bereavement. MRS CURTIS and Family desire to THANK
their many kind friends for letters, cards, and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement; also Sister Rogers and Nurse Wilson Dixon, of Melbourne Hospital, for kind attentions; also Mr. S. G. Griffith, for his visits and klndness during her illness. 5 Chestnut street, East Richmond.
Mrs BARTON wishes to express her sincere
THANKS to her relatives and friends for their letters, cards, telegrams, visits, and floral tributes during her sad bereavement, in the loss of her dearly beloved husband. Healesville.
The Family of the late Mrs HYAM MOSES wish
to THANK their numerous friends for kind
expressions of sympathy received by them during their recent sad berearvement; also Dr Rowden White and Dr M.D. Silberberg foi kind attention to their late brother.
The NESS Family desire to express their heartfelt THANKS to their many friends for thier kindness and expressions of sympathy,
visits, letters, cards, telegrams and floral tributes during their recent sad bereavement. Winton Hill, Korumburra.
The Family of the late Mr WALTER HARRIS
return sincere THANKS to their many friends for kind expressions of sympathy, visits, letters,
telegrams, and floral tributes during their recent
sad bereavement. Lisbon, Aspendale.
WHITE. - The Brothers and Sister of the late Mrs MAY WHITE return sincere THANKS to their friends for kind expressions of sympathy during
their recent sad bereavement. 145 Johnston st, Fitzroy.
COHEN. -The Friends of the late Mr LEWIS
COHEN are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Brighton Cemetery.
GAY. - Friends of Mrs C.J. GAY are informed that the remains
of her beloved son, Ralph Laidlaw, will be interred in the Boroondara Cemetery, Kew.
The funeral will move from her residence, 90 Power street, Hawthorn, THIS DAY (Saturday 18th inst.), at 3 p.m.
GRANT. - The Friends of the late Mr ALEXANDER
GRANT are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Brighton Cemetery.
The funeral is appointed to leave the residence of his parents, 31 St Vincent street, Albert Park, THIS DAY (Saturday, 18th inst.), at 3 o'clock.
T. RENTLE. Undertaker, Park street, South Melbourne Tel.1179.
The Tombstone to the memory of the late JOHN
LYONS will be consecrated To-morrow (Saturday,
Dec. 19), at Fawkner Cemetery, 3.30 p.m.