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CORNEY.-On the 21st January, 1916, at Casterton,
the wife of Walter R. Corney - a daughter.
SMITH.-On the 13th January, at "Boree Ca-
bonne," Borenore, N.S.W., the wife of L. Mac Smith - a son.
TAYLOR. - On the 3rd February, at "Alpha," 61 Rathmines street, Fairfield, to Mr. and Mrs.
Percy Taylor - a daughter (Jean).
COLLIER-SEISMANN. -[Silver Wedding.]-On the 10th February, 1891, at the Manse, Hamilton, by
Rev. J. K. McMillan, Arthur Ormond, son of late Capt. W. Collier, to Emily, relict of the late John
Seismann. Present address, Doutta Galla Hotel,
WEIR-PORTEOUS.-[Silver Wedding.]-mother, } amber, 1-y U«
Present address "Stanborough" Gordon crescent, Blackburn.
BARRETT.- On the 6th February, at Peak Hill, W.A., J. F. Barrett, M.R.C.S., second son of
the late Dr. Barrett, South Melbourne.
BARWOOD. -On the 8th February, at the Infec- tious Diseases Hospital, Fairfield, Ernest Ray, loved and only child of James Ernest and Ada Emma Barwood, of 3 Wall street, Richmond,
aged 6 years and 4 months.
Safe in the arms of Jesus.
BITCON.-On the 9th February, at Tallygaroopna,
George Bitcon, aged 78.
BUTLER.-On the 9th February, at 52 Chaucer
street, St. Kilda Victoria, Patrick Butler, late of 23 Rogerson's Quay, Dublin. R.I.P. (Dublin
papers please copy.)
CAMPBELL.-On the 9th February, at his resi- dence, "Myrtle Grove," North road, Brighton, James Callender Campbell, of Kirk's Bazaar, Mel- bourne, in his 77th year. A colonist of 58 years. (Private interment. No flowers, by request.)
FERGUSON.-On the 9th February, at Melbourne,
after a brief illness, Walter Charles., the loved husband of Olive Ferguson, and loving father of Malcolm, of "The Glen," Broadford, aged 32 years.
FERGUSON. -On the 9th February, at 12 mid-
night, in Dr. Stirling's private hospital, Carlton, Walter Charles, the beloved husband of Olive Mary Ferguson, of Broadford.
FITZSIMONS.-On the 8th February, at his resi-
dence, "View Hill," Templestowe (after eight years of suffering, patiently borne), Matthew, dearly loved husband of Mary Anne, and fond and loving father of William, Frances, and Gor- don, passed peacefully away.
FOVEAUX (Cunynghame).-On the 9th February,
at Fitzroy, Marlon, relict of the late Henry Foveaux, professor of music, aunt of Thos. P. Obbinson, Lygon street, Carlton, and Mrs. Wag- horn, Cottesloe, W.A., aged 92 years.
May his soul rest in peace.
HALL. —On the 5th February, 1916, at his parents' residence, Barkly street, Box Hill, ''Jack," dearly loved infant son of Don and Annie Hall,
aged 9 months.
So dearly loved, so sorely missed.
LAMB. —On the 8th February, 1916, at the resi-
dence of her son-in-law, North Richmond, Mel- bourne, Christina McMartin, widow of the late David Lamb, Coaltown, of Balgonie, Fifeshlre, Scotland, and daughter of the late Malcolm McMartin, M..., Scotland, and late of Edin- burgh (Home papers please copy.)
Very deeply mourned.
MANLY.-On the 8th February, passed peacefully away, at his residence, Rowsley. Thomas, retired farmer, and eldest son of the late Thomas and M. A. Manly, beloved husband of the late Juliana, and dearly beloved father of Thomas, Mrs. J. E. Sloss, William, Mrs. John Sloss (Queensland), late John G., Henry J., and Joseph M., in his 79th year, colonist of 74 years.
McCRACKEN.-On the 9th February, at his late
residence, "St. Heliers," Burke road, Upper Haw- thorn, Horatio Robert, elder son of the late Robert McCracken, of Hobart; much loved and loving husband of Emmie McCracken. At rest.
SCOTT.-On the 3rd February, from illness con-
tracted in the South African war, Alfred, young- est son of the late James Scott, solicitor, Mel- bourne, and loving brother of Mrs. James Etherington, James, Stewart, and Tom. (Interred privately.)
WEBBER.-On the 9th February, at 243 Ascotvale road, Ascotvale, Doris Edna, the dearly beloved wife of Gordon Webber, of Malleson street, Richmond, loving daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brown, of Ascotvale, and late of Clarendon, and beloved sister of Effie, George, William, Elna, Edward, Mrs. E. Austin (Buninyong), and Mrs.
J. Court (Clarendon.)
A good and loving wife.
WILLIAMS.-On the 9th February, at her late residence, "Anglesea," Watt street, Box Hill,
Anne Williams, relict of the late William Williams, aged 83 years.
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BROOKS. -In loving memory of our dear mother,
Elizabeth Brooks, who departed this life at Kew
on 10th February, 1914.
There is a link death cannot sever, Sweet remembrance lasts for ever.
- (Inserted by her loving son and daughter, Bert
CLARKE.-In sad and loving rembrance of my dear father, R. T. Clarke, of Fitzroy, youngest son of the late George Clarke, of Battersea Hall, London, who departed this life February 10, 1915. (Inserted by his youngest daughter.)
TANNOCK. =1 lins nu.n of ni> dear sister, Emily Tannock, k «1«, peed awJJ »on the 10th
February, 1914, at Yarrawonga.
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-(Onserted by her loving sister, Louie Smith.)
BARWOOD.-Friends of Mr. JAMES ERNEST BARWOOD are respectfully invited to follow the remains of his loved and only child, Ernest R?y, to the place of interment, the Boroondara Cemetery, Kew.
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BUTLER.-The- funeral of the late Mr. PATRICK
BUTLER will leave his residence, 52 Chaucer
street, St. Kilda, THIS MORNING (Thursday, 10th inst.), at 11 o'clock, for the Brighton Cemetery.
JOHN DALEY, undertaker, Latrobe and Spring
FITZSIMONS. - The Friends of the late Mr.
MATTHEW FITZSIMONS are respectfully invited
to follow his remains to the place of interment in
The funeral will leave his residence, "View Hill," Templestowe, THIS DAY (Thursday, 10th Feb- ruary), at 2.30 p.m.
WM. IRVIN and SON, Undertakers, Heidelberg. 'Phone H'berg 55.
FITZSIMONS. - Friends from Melbourne wishing
to attend the Funeral of the late Mr. MAT- THEW FITZSIMONS are requested to TRAVEL by [?] TRAIN from Prince's Bridge to Heidel-
berg where mourning coaches will meet the train
and SON, Undertakers.
MANLY -The Friends of the late Mr. THOMAS
Manly are respectfully informed that his re-
mains will be interred in the Maddingley Cemetery,
The funeral is appointed to move from his resi-
dence, Rowsley, THIS DAY (Thursday, the 10th Feb. at 12.30 p.m.
A.R. WYNNE, Undertaker, Bacchus Marsh
McCRACKEN. -Friends of the late Mr. HORATIO ROBERT McCRACKEN are informed that his remains will be interred ¡n the Boroondara Cemetery, Kew.
The funeral will move from his late residence, "St. Heliers," Burke road, Upper-Hawthorn, THIS DAY (Thursday, 10thh inst.), at 2.30 p.m.
HERBERT KING and SONS, Undertakers, 'phone 1856 Haw.
WEBBER.-The Friends of GORDON WEBBER, M.L.A., are rcspectfully invited to follow the remains of his late dearly beloved wife, to the place of inlerment in the Coburg Cemetery.
The funeral is appointed to move from her parents' residence, 243 Ascotvale road, Ascotvale, Tomorrow (Friday, 11th inst.), at 3 o'clock.
ALFRED ALLISON, Funeral Director. Head office -221 Victoria st., West Melbourne (near Wil- liam st.); Mt. Alexander rd., Moonee Ponds. 'Phones-Central 980, Ascot. 462.
WILLIAMS. -The Friends of the late Mrs. ANNE WILLIAMS are respectfully invited to follow her remains to the place of interment, the
Box Hill Cemetery.
The funeral will leave her residence, Watt street, Box Hill, THIS DAY (Thursday, 10th February),
at 3 o'clock p.m.
A. W. PADBURY, Undertaker, Kew, Auburn, Canterbury, and Box Hill.