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Birth Marriage, Death, Bereavement, In Mcrooriam,

and Funeral Notices, up to « lines, 3/; «tra line«

at 6d.


DOD.-On the 17th January 1021, at Quoma Nurs

iar Home, Millicent, S.A., to the wifeo li. Charlton Dod (Frances Dod)-a son (third). HoUi

doing Mell.

GREAVES.—On the 2tth January, to Mr. and Jira.  

(¡reaves (Ute Buchan)-a BOH (Cecil Lloyd). Both well.  


ABBOTT.-On the 31st ot January, at private hos

pital, Melbourne, Samuel August, dearly be- loved husband of Nelly, and loving father of Max and Jack, and second eldest son of Annie and the late Samuel August Abbott, of Queenscliff

aged 32 year».

In the midst of life we arc in death.

ARMSTRONG.—On the 23rd January, at Coolamon

(suddenly), Annie, eldest daughter of the late Thomas and .Maria Armstromr, dearly loved sister of Joseph (Yerong Creek). Julia, Alfred, Elirabclh, Albert (Ilert, Woodlands, Wogga), Mr?. E. Pattison (Maggie, Baradine, N.S.W.). It.l.P. (Interred on the 54th Janusry.)

BALDWIN.-On the 31st January, at her residence,

li» Collins street, Essendon, Catherine Stenhouse, the dearly loved sister of Mr. and Mrs. P. Lawson,

late of Irymple.

BALDWIN.-On the 31st January, at her residence,

"Pcn-y-brm, IS Collins street, Kasendon, Cathe- rine Stenhouse, the dearly beloved wife of E^ A. Baldwin, and loring mother of Ada and


BEALES,-On the 31st January, 1921. at his resi-

dence, 12 Aberdeen street, Geelong, Alfred Beales, dearly beloved husband of Tottic Beales, and loving father of Claude, Gladys (Mrs. Claude Lewis), and Vera Beales, aged 58 years.

BRENNAN.-On the 30th of January, at Coronella

private hospital, Williamstown, Sarah Mary, re- lict of the late Peter Brennan, and loving mother of Peter (Gunnedah, N.S.W.), Catherine (Mrs. Cavanagh), Patrick (Maryborough, Queens- land), Mary (Mrs. Casey), John, and Joseph; aged 63 years. R.I.P.

BUCHANAN.-On the 31st January, at 10 Manton

street, Burnley, Jeannie, the beloved mother of Mabel, Charles, Leslie, Sidney, Ernest, and Henry, aged 65. (Private interment.) No


EASON.-On the 31st January, at his residence,

60 Auburn road, Auburn, John West, J.P., be- loved husband of Isabella Eason, aged 87 years.

Sadly missed.

GUNDRY.—On the 29th January, 1921, at Lower

Ferntree Gully, Agnes, the dearly loved youngest daughter of Mrs. Mary Gundry, of Haines street. Glenferrie, much loved sister of Elizabeth, Julie, Mary, Lucy (Mrs. Campbell), Ettie (Mrs. Wans- brough), May, Jack, and Harry. Privately in- terred January 31st

Lead, kindly light.

JONES.-On the 31st January, 1921,at his resi-  

dence, 86 Grosvenor street, St. Kilda, John, dearly beloved son of Mrs. M. Jones and the late Timothy Jones, of Gaffney's Creek, and loving brother of Paul, Gertrude, Lily, Timothy, George, Mrs. C. Williams, and Mrs. Tuohey; aged 39

years. R.I.P.

MCDOUGALL.-On the 31st January, 1021, at '5

Loch avenue. Ballarat, Margaret, relict of the late John Mcdougall.

Peace, perfect peace.

RAWLE.- On the 26th January, at her daughter's

residence, Woolcock street, Warracknabeal, Ann, relict of the late Thomas Rawle, mother of Mrs. P. Rawling, of Warracknabeal, and W. Rawle, Albert Park; grandmother of G. and J. T. and W. Rawling, of Warracknabeal, Mrs. R. J. Pear- son, Mrs. W. T. Dally, Warracknabeal, Mrs. A. Scholes, Ararat, aged 97 years 10 months.

REYNOLDS.-On 2ith January, at residence of his

son-in-law, Mr. J. Northcott, 143 Brunswick road weit (Brunswick), William Iteynold«, late of 1161 Evre street. Ballarat, husband of late Mary Rey- nolds, and loving father of Mrs. J. Northcott (Brunswick), William (Ballarat), Jlichanl (de- ceased), Mrs. A. P.. Cornish (Yarragon), Mrs. W. Roberts (Newport), in his 80th year. (Interred

Ballarat, 2îth.)

ROACH.-On the 30th January, at Camberwell, Edward William, dearly beloved father of Clyde. Gladys, "Kasouka," Trafalgar road, Camberwell,

and late of Collins street.

ROACH.- On the 30th January, at Camberwell,

Edward William, dearly beloved brother-in-law of Mrs. C. V. Roach, and uncle of Cora, Flora, Irene, Ethel, Hilda, Charlie, Harold, Elma, and Richard, of Gordon street, Toorak.

ROCHSTEIN - On the 30th January, at "Eimeo"

private hospital, Daylesford, Alice Jane Amelia, beloved wife of Samuel, and dearly loved mother of Fritz, Carl (died Hamel, '18), Mark, Rosa Mercy, and Eric .

Mother and son united again.    

IN MEMORIAM. On Active Service.

McALLAN.-In loving memory of Sergeant Oswald

Ccoiçe McAllau, who died of wounds in France, 3/2/18.

-(Inserted by Ids lovlnc; aunty, .Tanct Farrant.) TH01ÍAS.-Küled in action, lat February, 1917,

Lieut. II. Robertson Thomas.

To thy hallowed memory, our beloved non. Tace after Btnfo, and after labour, rest.

Who gires himself, gives unto God lils best.

To you, soft turf, the falling; snow, 1

whispering breeze.

To those you loved, undving memories. -(Wenvoe, Camberwell, 1921.)

DAVIS.-In food memory of Hector, only beloved

.on of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Davis, of Uox lilli, »bo died February l, 1903.

DONALDSON,-In loving memory of our dear mother, «rho died at Wedderburn, February 1,


-(laserted by her loving daughter and son-in Uv, Lily and Allan Belt)

Û* loving memory oí my dear husband and our Uther, «bo passed away ou the 1st oí February, 1818, at Must

Gone arc tbc ones we loved BO dear.

Silent the voice we longed to hear;

Anchored by love death cannot sever. Sadly we mis them and will for ever. Days of sadness Bttll come o'er us,

SUeiit tears they often Cow,

Kemory keeps our loved ones near us,

Whom God claimed some years ago. -(Inserted by his loving wife and family.)

DÎ brioc remembrance of our dear mother, who

piaedinto a higher life, February 1, 1020.

Ever remembered, -Kbnerted by A. and M.)

»HHBOTL-A loving tribute to the memory of | my dear dad, Peter Lourcntz, who died at Bngh lo«. Fetiruary 1, 1018, also dear mother, who «ti at Maryborough, April 3, 19»0

Oh, for a touch of the \anished band.

And a lound of the Tolee that is 6till

-frheir taving daughter, Millie son in law, and t^sdehildren, 12 Asling street, Brighton.)

aUSTBi-In loving memory of Dora Eveline

Metis, «ho died at Una Esplanade, 30th Janu

By, M20

Bweet fa the word remembrance.

And thi» my wish will show, I wül hold you in my memory

Al the yeara come and go

-<tnKrted by Alice F lIcBean Murchison )

HAT-In loving memory of our dear ion and

.rather, George Frederick, who passed away .a the 1st day o| February, 1920

Until we meet again

-(toerted by mother and Lisle and Alice )

?tKDWOK-In loving memory of our grandfather

Junes UcSbinon Gate of Homebush), »ho de- puted this life on Sunday, february 1, 1930, at


-(Inserted by his granddaughter, Carne Boss, uri great-granichUdrcn Neil and Hyrell )

EU11ANN (nee Wacker)-In loving memory of Bj dearly loved wife, hvcljn and loved mother «I Jack, Boby, Leslie and holly who pabsed way it Bayswater on I eb-uarj 1 1819

Thongh absent from amongst us

You arc always in our thoughts. And we who dearly loved ¿ou

Stul keenly feel our loss

-(Inserted by her loving husband and chu


XElilAhN (nee Wacker) -tn sad and loving memory of our dearly loved daughter and sis ter Lvelyif, who passed away at Bayswater on tebrosiy l, 1919

Gone is the one we loved so dear,

Silent the vol e vvi. lonsetl to henr

Anchored bv love death cannot sever Sadly we miss >ou und will for ever

-(Inserted bj her sorrowing parents bisters

uri brother ) I wCHAPUb-In nffcctionatc re iicmhnncc of ( ur

otu Istler William It cUrui who pa sed amy « Albert lark on the 1 t of Icjruan 10 u

Lead kirdl) light -(Interlcd bj his lamil} )

B0CHE.~On the 1st lebruarv 192D leo Itobert, '

«eirly loved joungtst son of Julia and the late

trweb Roche II 1 1 | BlkDLL,-In loving nieniorj of Ann who p3«sed

"«> ou the M beb unn 10111 dcarlv loved

»other o( Dorothy Dou and Kitt» I -(Inserted b> her loving moth r m law. Jess

»M Sera Traralgon) ¡ "$*-In 'ovinÄ nvemorv oí Jane Tom late of

«Ulis Fist, beloved wife of William Toms mid pother of Keg (late \ 1 F ) Les Ho> (late

»If ) Ivj, Jock and hltt}, departed thi» hit ,

hU caraar) 1919

Con* but not forgotten j ?JUE (net Green) -In lou! and loving memory I ? W dear wife (Bessie) Lliiabetli l C1. ul , lecliOMte daughter of William and Nina Ureen, «Sunderland, Lngland, who was called away febrary i, 1920

St« was whiter than the flower

That tremble» in the dew

Ohjl wonder God could take hoi

»tom the pastures where she grew, Heaven has eo many anKcls, .urta so few

¡y"»*«! by her loving husband, L O White .tWdle street, Abbotsford)

"to (see Green),-In fond and loving memory *T*U> F O (Beaaie). who wa» called

.»Wiruanf 1, 1920

«jr Lord and bather of mankind,

»«live our feverish way»,

¡.Moth« a io our rightful mind, ?J»«r live»; Thy service find,

.. deeper reverence praise.

, - . (Her favourite verse.)

Jf Mu by her sorrowing father in law »nd W*-Haw. Gilbert and Emma, and her , J*«M«T. Bert, and her »later in law, Dot )

T"»*fc-i», loving memory of mr dear F"S& T> P-"J «w»y January », 1918, at

r! »*.*«» witt tender on/

~Jft ?»<?» fc«"» ?«* 70a aria her

- - *?-scbjdr

IN MEMOKIAM. , WILLS-In loving memory of my dear wife and

our loving mother, Alice Amy, who passed away on 1st lcbruarj, 1917, at Benalla

-(Inserted by her loving husband, Richard (Turn) Wills, Madge, Beg, Joyce)_


HODGE.-Mrs. HODGE and famlly wish to

THANK their many kind friends for letters,   cards, telegrams, and floral tributes in their re- cent sad bereavement. High street, Beechworth.


ABBOTT -The friends of the late Mr. SAMUEL  

AUGUST ABBOTT are invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Queenscliff


The funeral is appointed to move from his late residence, Upper Hope street, Geelong West, THIS DAY (Tuesday, 1st February), at 12.30 o'clock


W. G. APPS and SONS, Funeral Directors (in conjunction with H. MUNRO, Undertaker, Gee


BL\LFS -The Friends of the late Mr ALI RFD

nULFS arc respectfully in>itcd to follow remains to the place of interment, the Eastern Ccmctcrj, Geelong

The funeral will leave his late residence, 1 Aberdeen street, Geelong, 1 o morrow (Wednes

, 2nd February), at 3 p m

BRENN VN -The I riends and Hclatr.cs of Mrs

SMMH M«RY BltUNNVN relict of the late

Mr Peter Brennan arc respectfully infrrmed that her remains will be interred m the Williamstown General Cemrtirr

The funeral will lone her residence 57 Steve dore street, North Williamstown, TO DAY (Tues (lav Febnnrv ]) at 2 30 o'clock

IOSFP1I li Will AU undertaker, cr Stevedore st and Douglas par, \V llliamstown Tel 31 WiV liamstown_

EASON*-The Friends of the lito Mr JOHN

FAS0\ are informed that his remains will be interred in Hie St hilda Cemetery

The funeral will leave his residence, 60 Auhum road, Glenferrie THIS DIY (Tuesday, 1st Feb- ruary) at 1 o clock p m

A W PADBURY, Undertaker, Kew, Auburn,

and Box nill

JOVFS-Thc Friends of the late Mr IOI1N

TO\rs (lite tnlUc officer, Windsor Telephone Fxchange) are informed that his remains will be

itcrred in the Brighton Cctneterv

The funeral is appointed to move from his lesi

dence, SO Grosvenor street, St hilda, THIS DAY, at 3 p ni

ROACTt -Jhc Trierais of the late Mr TDWAItD

WILLIAM ROACH (late of Collins street, city) arc informed tint his remains will be in- tcrred m the Melbourne Cemetery.

The funeral is appointed to move from his resi-

dence "Kasouka," Trafalgar road, Camberwell,   THIS DAY, at 3 p.m. (Motors )