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Births Marriages anil Death1; must he authentl
cated b3 some reputable person to ensure tbelr
Birth Marriage Death Bereavement, In Mcmoriam,
and Funeral Notice», tip to 6 lines 3/ extra lines
MASTERS. -On the 23rd August at "Quisisana,"
Dan lenone; road to Sir and Mrs Mudie* Masters-a laughter
VOICE. -On the 4th September, 1923, at Nurse
Meiklejohn s private hospital Sum irkali to the wife ot William \ oicc ot Tallvgaroopna (late of Hinders Naval Da« and Campbellfield)- a «on (William lames *.rthur) Doth «eil (bng lish pa| crs please cop\ )
DRYDEN--NIVEN. -On the 19th May, at St.
Clement's Church, Elsternwick, Albert Leopold Dryden to Alma Francis Niven. Address, "Niv- den" Leopold street Ormond.
ELLEMOR--KELLY. -[Silver Wedding.] -On the
7th september 1S?8 at Meldon r Hutchcson »treet Moonee 1 onds 1 v Or Charles Strong Francis lohn second son oí late Francis nnd Emma Hlemor ol Carlton to Fdith Mar}
eldest daughter of the late Thomas and Ellen
Kelly of Essendon
ARTHURS - On the 6th September at 8 Osborne
street, Williamstown, Ann Elizabeth, the be- loved wife of George Arthurs
BARBOUR. -On the 3rd September, at her resi-
dence, No 9 Bent street, Moonee Ponds, Elinor, relict of the late John Barbour, and 1 loving mother of Alice (Mrs Blunden), Arthur, Minnie Edith, Fredrick (deceased) late of Happy Val- ley, aged 73 years. A colonist of 63 years.
Privately interred. )
The long day ended.
BLAIR - On the 5th September, at Melbourne
William Henry, beloved husband of Mary, late of Woodstock (Victoria), Berrigan, and Mimosa (Riverina)
BRAHE. -On the 6th September, at his resi-
dence 11 \ Incent Btrcet Malvern Mexan 1er the beloved lusband ot Mice s|»epl erd Brahe and loving father of tdna Clive and Mavis
aged 36 rears
COOK -On the dil September 11123 it his re»i
dence 91 Coppin street Kiel mon I \n Ire»» be IDVUI husland of M A Loos al I lo»c1 fitter of Will Tom Bert I- ia (Mrs Mill» Orlo»t)
George Charlie (Meian In) an I Dnmi lo\ ii brother of lennie (Mr* Hill) ind lan <« agcl (ki years (Late S M .> Ictorian Railuav )
DEAL -On the 31st vugu t at Hoonwarri private
hospital Fllmbeth Clifton deirh I c1 «ed «ldest daughter of tie late Charles and Ciro line Deal and lo* rd sister ot Ham in I lohn also loved aunt of Charles tred an I Marjorie mged 66 j ears
ELLIS.-U Clrlstchurch Se« Zealand Trance«
Margaret Fills lovel mother of Dora Schon grandma of Doris aid Maurice (inserted I) Sam an I Don Sclson 110 Marine lara le >t hilda )
GRAU-On the 5th September at 16 Hopetoun
street Bendigo Hans Grau, learl* beloved bus barid of Alice Orau and lovlnj. father of Annie (Mrs J II McDonald Girgarre) and Minnie (Mrs J A Andrew Mentone) aged 72 jcars
I asscd peaceful!* awu)
HOUGHTON - On the 6th September, 1923, at the
residence of her sister, Mrs. George Brown, 243 Ascotvale road, Ascotvale, Bridget Elizabeth Houghton, aged 77 years. (Late of Tocumwal.) JAMES-On the Cth Sept» mber 1123 at Bendigo
Helen wife of the lite II C lames mother of Mar* (deceased) Walter Helen (Mrs fc M Green) Ham and \nnle (Mrs W H Warren), aged 86 vcars
Lord all pitting temi blest
Grant her thine eternal rest
KIMBER -On the 5th September (result of ace!
dent) Arthur Foster of 13 Balmain street Richmond tie lelovcd husland of Jessie (nee Duncan) and beloved father of Duncan und Tessie aged 47 jears
KING - On the 6th September, at the residence
of her son-in-law, Mr. P. Tait "Brangee," 82 Mansfield Street, Northcote, Mary Ann, dcarly loved wife of the late John King (late of Euroa) and loving mother of Elizabeth J., (deceased) Mary Ann (Mrs W J Shields) Robert K., Margaret E., (Mrs W S Price, de- censed) Isabella (Mrs. Tait) Sarah (Mrs J G Gordon, deceased) John, Catherine H (Mrs G. R. Gilpin) and Andrew (deceased), loved sister of Mrs. Rawlings and William Patton, of Whittlesea, born in Melbourne, aged 82 years.
LAZARUS - On the 6th September (result of ac-
cident) Samuel Lazarus, of Hatherlie, Alma road, Camberwell, beloved father of Frances, Mary, Julius, Samuel, and Elizabeth Henrietta Lazarus,
aged 87 years.
LE SOUEF - One the 6th September, at his resi-
dence Zoological Gardens, W. H. Dudley, loved husband of Edith E. Le Souef in his 67th year.
1 Thess iv 14.
MACE. - On the 1st September, at the Mooroopna
Hospital, Henry the husband of Elsie, and loved father of Anthony (Elmore), Thyra (Mrs. R. Buchanan (Malvern), Marie (Mrs. R. Haines (Elmore), Henry (Toolleen), Charles (Wanalta).
Dearly loved and deeply mourned.
McCRACKEN - One the 5th September, 1923, at
his sou s residence 111 Bowe street. North Htarov James McCraiken monumental in ison (late of Moor street litxrov) loving father of Gordon Howard Correll (MrB N Turnbull Rutherglen) aged 86 vears
MORRIS - On the 5th September, at "Leven," 57
Hampton street Middle Brgihtoti Jane Rae wilow of the late Isaac Morris and dear!) lovel mother of Jack (deceased) Je^le and
MECKERSY - On the 5th Septmber, 1923, passed
avav at his residence 9 steuart strett upper Hawthorn Captain Heno Muckers» ageu SJ vean. (Private interment Box Hill )
NELSON - On the 5th September, at Argyle Hotel, Hamilton William Stewart late manager Carran ' I illue and aUo of Barunah 1 lains a»,ed 66 years I \\\ --ON -On the Cth September al the resl
dine of 1er son in lau (Mr II lortli Utz rov) Isabella widow of li e late James lawson mother of Andrew (Millhcnt South Austriliu) lie bert ( »délai le) *, i >let (Mrs Oeuhurst) Jessie (Mrs Forth) Roñal 1 Uliior (Mrs Cart
wright) an I Mctor ngel C1 *iars (Pri*atc
SLOCOMB - On the 6th September, at her resi-
dene 3J Druttiuond »tr-et (Briton Sarah lune dcarl) belo*ed wife of the late Edward Slocomb Bl I luvli t mother of Ilinjanili Mi) (Mis Cameron) lil (Mrs Oppcl) r Iori ne. Oscir
»ml Bert gran hnother of ( .< i-ge ami Dorotlit J lovilif, sister of Ilote ag I (J. »car»
A pallet t sntlircr at rest
TONKS - On the 5th September, at her residence
So 44 Scotia street Moonie 1 onds Martha relict of the late Thomas Tonks aged SS yean»
WHITE - On the 6th September, at her residence
Greensborough Elizabeth the dearly beloved wife of Councillor lohn Samuel White (for merly of South Melbourne) aged 73 years.
WILLIAMS - On the 6th September, at 3 Yarra
street Sou li "\¿m (of ineunonia) N rman «le karl) lo*cl cousin of M nosier St hilda
WOODS-On the 0th September George Gilmour
Woods (t»rorttlo) onlv son of the late t corgi Gilmour Woods an I of Lil) I Wcod< 1 ist Mel bo mc (1 rlvately interred )
IM MEMORIATW. On Active Se-r*rice\
BRO \DBR1D0F - In lovlngi memory of our dear
Dut) noblv done
-(Inserted b) I Is mother sisters and brothers ) PFUSOM- In memory of m* loie! bunbun!
Lou, loving father of louie and Rae died of wounds in Inn« September 7, 1110
BARCLAY. - In loving memory of my dear mother Jessie Barclay, who died September 7 1922
Remembrance is sweet -(Inserted by A.W.R and I.R. )
BENNETT -In remembrance of Sister Alma L.
Bennett (late A.I.F.) who passed away on Sep- tember 7, 1922.
"A life made beautiful by kindly deeds."
-(Inserted by V. and S. Alsop, Whorouly.)
Bl- VNrTT -Sister Alma louis. RUC (Matron
34th TUish) A I h dearly loved sister of Fmily divoted aunt of Madeline Hsie Situ I ui lu Blackwell 7th Sentcml cr 1W> also ni* dear faUicr mother and nephew, Thomas Mulholland
killed in action r ranee
Weep not for her si e is an angel now
Her memory is the shrine of j leasing thoughts
And treads tin sap¡ hire floor of I aradise All darknrss »»Ipel from the refulgent I ro»
Sin sorrow suffering banished from her lovely
^ iitorious over leath to her appeur
The visla'd Joys of Heavens eternal jcar
BRI WER-In fond and loving memory of mv
dear wife Victoria lovilg moller of Lcsll,. Rubv- (Mr« 1) h Oliver) and Doris (Mn, »A \ Tait decease I) who pas. ed peacefully a*»j* on the "th SeptemUr I'2I
Dearer to memor) than words can tell
CORBETT- In loving remembrance of my be-
loved husband and our dear father, David Joseph Corbett, passed peacefully away at Doncaster,
September 7, 1922.
So He bringeth them unto their desired
haven.- Ps. cvii., 30.
CORBETT. - In loving memory of our dear father,
who died at Doncaster on September 7, 1922.
(Inserted by his son and daughter-in-law and grandchildren, Dave and Dolly, Willie, Nellie,
DJv-EV -A tribute to the memory of mv dear
!tV¿*r f!Sy?£*I>lxn ,!o !le,) ''epteinber 7
l"is (II MB)
GRASS.—In loving memory of our dear pal, Jack,
who died September 7, 1919.
—(Inserted by the Grant family, Inverness, Cosmo road, Trentham.)
GRASS. - In loving memory of my dear son, Jack,
who died 7th September, 1919; also my dear husband, who died 30th April, 1917, late of Tren-
tham and Templestowe.
Just a loving, sweet remembrance,
Just a memory fond and true, Just a token of affection,
And a heartache still for you. -(Inserted by mother.)
GRASS.- In loving memory of my pal, Jack, who
died on the 7th September, 1919.
Still remembered. -(A. H. Grant.)
MITCliTLL.-In toni) remembrance oí mj l>clo\od
Joe, «ho departed Ihia Hie September 7 IM),
at ' Hughenden " Mont Mhert
' Memories ** -(Ills wife )
ORSO\ -In (omi «nil loving rai mon of our
dear son William Henton (lute of 1Intern»¡ck), who paascd to u higher lite on September 7,
-(Inserted bj lil« loving father and moUicr )
SOI OMON -In loving mcmorv of my dear friend,
Mrs S>l *-olomnn, who passed away at Geelong, September 7, 191J
hebt in peace -(I 1 Thomson)
A tribute of respect to the memory
of Mrs Alexander Stewart who passed away at Habbies Howe, Seymour, on September 7 1918
Wonderful things in the Bible we read (Inserted by a former employee)
WILSON -In remembrance of m> dear husband
and our dear father, T !. Wilson «ho died September 7, 1121 (Inserted bj his wife and
\\ 1IJSO\ - V tribute to the memory of my sweet,
gentle husband, Thomas Wilson late inspector to Gas Company who «is raised to bight r life 7th .september, 1922 Late of Middle 1'nrk
and St Kilda
' One of Nature s gentlemen ' The huppy horns I onie cnjoicd How sweet their mi more still
-(Inserted by B Wilson, Caulfield)
VILSON -To the treasured memory of inj, darling
daddy, Thomar Wilson, lite municipal gUB meter inspector, who entered into rest 7th Scp tember, 1922
We 11 6trew with loi lug memory
The pith our dear one trod
We'll bless the years Unit called him ours
And leave the rest to God
-(InserteI In Grace and Charlie Dean, Bambra
road CaulllUd )
ENGLISH-The Wife Brothers, and Sisters of
Hie late J \Ch INGLIS! wish to coi
their licirtfi.lt HUNKS to all kind Mends und neighbours for pirsonal exj rivions of siinpathy, letters telegrams curds, llaral tributes, and visits dünne their recent sad bereavement. 89 Hil.li street Ki«_
cards telegrams and personal expressions of sympathv in their recent sad bereavement, also tlic Williamstown Bouliug Club members and committee Aleclmnics Institute, It S. anr* SI I A social committee and other fricndi for their beautiful llonl tributes. Will all pltave accept this us u personal ockuowlcdg
2 Courtis street North Williamstown
exprès I m-, of svmpathj in tele grams letter^ canis calls and floral tributes in their recent Md beni>cment Will nil kin 11} ae cept this exi ression of sincere gratitude as a per soiial acknowledgment
ARTHURS.-The Friends of Mr. GEORGE
ARTHURS are respectfully informed that the remains of his beloved wife, Ann Elizabeth, will be interred in the Boroondara Cemetery, Kew.
The funeral is appointed to move from his residence, 8 Osborne street, Williamstown THIS DAY (Friday, 7th September), at 2 o'clock pm, arriving at Cemetery at 3.30 p.m.
ERNEST W. JACKSON, Undertaker, Ferguson street Williamstown, and North road, Newport
Tel. 25 Williamstown.
BRAHE -The Friends of the late Mr ALEY.AN
DEB BRAI1L are respectfully Invited to foi
lo« his remains lo the place of interment, the Brighton Cemetery
The funeral Is appointed to leave his late rcsl dence, 11 Vincent street Malvern, THIS DAY (rridaj, September 7, 1923), at 2 30 p m
WT a RA'VEN, Funeral Director, Ftitroy
TÎRAnr- Tile Brethren of the Combermere JJ Lodge, No 752, 1. C , ore respectfully Invited to follow the rcmulns of their lute »teemed brother, ALLVANUHt BRAIll , to the place of Interment, in the Brighton Cemetery
The funeral \ ill leave his late residence, No 11 vincent street, East Malvern, THIS DA) (rri day September 7), at 2 30 o clock
WILLUM BURSTON, HOBO, Secretor}
COOK-Friends of the talc Mr ANDREW
COOK (late Metotian Itutlwavs) aro respect fully invited to follow his remains to the place of Interment, the Brighton Cemetery
The funeral «lil move from his resilience, pa
Coppin street, Richmond, lo morrow (Saturday,
8th Inst.) at ¿ 3« p m
ULUHi «T Mjjf, -n e0' \v Vi Icrtakcrs, Jen wir street, Kichrnond 'Phone. JJU.2
GILI V.HD -Tlic Friends of the late Mr
I KIWI WILLUM GILI ARD arc respect
fullv Infotmed thut his remanís will be interre I in the Ive« Melbourne General Cemetery, fawk ner, lo morrow (Saturdav 8th s0¡itember)
The funeral will leave his residence, 202 Princes street, North Carlton, at 2 30 pm arriving nt Cemetery J ¿0 pm Friends maj proceed bv mortuary train leaving Minders street station at 2 4ri p m
THOMvS IH-NHl UIIW Undertaker Head ofilee 1 Igln street Carlton Tel 1182 Central
The funeral will leave his late residence, 13 Balm un street, Richmond, THIS DAY (friday,
.11441 Hu» 811
invited to follow her remains to the place of interment In the Whittlesea Cemetery
The funeral is appointed to leave the residence of her sou In law (Mr I' Tait, llrangee, Mansfield street, Northcote, tomorrow morning (Saturday 8th September), at 11 o'clock (Motora )
I1LMU J It LLW1S, undertaker, Johnston street, Htzrov, High street, Ivorthcote 'rhones
_llfV.fi NnrlWivl, fwil
-J1006, Northcote 579
LE SOUl 1 - rho friends of the late W II
IHJMF.Y LI, SOUL! ore respectfully invited to follow his remains to the pi ice of Interment, in the Melbourne General Cemetery
Thu funeral is appointed to move from his resl dence, Zoological Gardens, Roval Balk, 1II1S DAI (1 rl lav, 7th lost ), at S o clock
M Hill) AILISOV, Funeral Director Head Offlee 221 Victorin st (nei-r William st), Mel bourne West 'Phone Cent «SO_
MeCRACKLN - Hie 1 rienda of the late Mr
JAM! S MCCRACKEN are informed that his remains will be interred in the Boroondara Cenieterv, Kew
Hie funeral will leave lila son'B residence. 111 Rom street North Fitzroy, THIS DAI (Friday, 7th September, 1123), nt 3 o clock
A W rvDBUBA Undertaker, Kew, Auburn, ml Box Hill I'hones-Ha« di, 1551, Box Hill 140_.»
MOORI -Tlic Irlends of the lato HU-.DI RICK
I MOORI (State Savings Bank valuer) are informed that his funeral will leave 10 Howitt btreet, Hawksburn, nils MOIIMNG (1 ndaj
Scitcniber 7), at 11 o clock, for the Brighton Cemetery, arriving at 11 45
A SLLIOIIT PTY LTD, funeral Directors (Tel 410 or 411), Mclb . In conjunction with G DIGGLL, Luroa.
TONKS-The Priotldt of Hie late Mrs M Mil HA
TONKS arc respectfully Imited to folio« her ri malus to the place of interment, in the fawkner Cemetery
I he funeral lb uppointul to move (run her late
VLFItfD ML1SON, 1 18.14) Mount Mexindcr '1 hone Ascrt 4C_
W1UT1 -The lrirnds of Councillor JOHN
S\MLLL Willi I are rcapectlulli notltled that the remains of his dMrlv belo eil wife 1 Hzi
beth will be interred in Hie Melbourne General Cemetery
The funeral «III leave hi« residence, Grec borouah lo morrow (Saturdav, september h)
Í oeloil, arriviig ut cemetery tates at or about ih 11 tloek (Motors )
W1L1UMS-Hie tilcnds of Mr and liri
WM H W1LIIAMS are most respectfully invited to follow the remains of their belovei
Norman, to the place of interment in the Brighton Cenieterv
llie tunerat will leave their resilience N'o 1 larra street South laira, 111IS MORNING (Frl dal), ut 11 a m
J MONKHOUSI and SON*, Undertaken!, Car penter street, Brighton, near the Town Hall