In order to guard against imposition, notices of
Births, Marriages, and Deaths must be authenti- cated by some respectable person to ensure their
BALE. —On the 27th February, at their residence,
"Nirvana," Park crescent, Caulfield, to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Bale - a son.
BARROW. — On the 19th March, to Mr. and Mrs.
H. T. Barrow, Thuruna, Boston road, Balwyn
- a son.
BROCK (nee Ella Hyde). — On the 25th March, at
68 Park street east, South Melbourne, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Brock - a son. Both well.
CATT (nee Kathleen Mitchell). — On the 22nd
March at Toorak, Adelaide, S.A., to Mr. and Mrs. Norman Catt —a daughter.
CLANCY (nee Lewis). —On the 23rd March, at their
residence, 91 Williams road, East Prahran, to Mr. and Mrs. Clancy - a son (Harvey).
COFFEY. — On the 29th March, at "St. Cecilia,"
Malleson street, Richmond, to Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Coffey - a son (Raymond Ignatius).
COOPER (nee Renee Morris). — On the 16th March,
at "Koonwarra" private hospital, Armadale, the wife of Stuart Cooper — a daughter.
CORMACK. — On the 28th March, at 34 Wilson street,
Princes Hill, the wife of Hugh R. Cormack - a son (James Prentice). Both well.
EARLE. — On the 23rd March, at "Kalgurlie," Essex
road, Surrey Hills, to Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Earle —
FELL. — On the 26th February, at "Airlie," Lyons street, North Ballarat, to the Reverend and Mrs. F. E. Fell, of Swan Hill — a son.
FORSYTH. — On the 20th March, at Nurse Ache-
son's private hospital, Tatura, the wife of Jas. H. Forsyth, Harston — a son.
FRASER. — On the 28th March, at "Bellaria" pri-
Penrose, Buckland avenue, Geelong - a daughter (Penelope Mary).
HALL (nee Nellie Grant).—On the 20th March, at
Nurse Jackson's private hospital, Hastings road, Upper Hawthorn, to Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Hall, of Greenvale, late of North Fltzroy — a daughter (Mary Josephine). Both well.
HASLAM (nee M. Edwards).—On the 25th March, at
Miss Ragg's private hospital (Somerset House), Eastern Hill, to Mr. and Mrs. H. Haslam, of Ripponlea—a daughter (Grace Leslie Maie).
HIGGINBOTHAM.—On the 21st March, at "Corin-
ella," Drummond street, North Carlton, to Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Higginbotham—a daughter (Roma
HOBBS (nee Nurse Pearce).—On the 25th March,
at sister Mackenzie's private hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Hobbs, 41 Bell parade, Geelong
HOGAN.—On the 22nd March, the wife of Martin
Hogan, of 371 Highett street, Richmond — a daughter (Kathleen Maie).
HORNER.—On the 29th March, at Sefton Hospital, Carlton, the wife of Harold R. Horner—a daugh-
HUDSON.—On the 19th March, at Seventh street,
Mildura, to Mr. and Mrs. James Hudson — a son. Both well.
JONES. — On the 13th March, at "Furzeham," Marl-
byrnong road, Moonee Ponds, to Captain and
Mrs. Harold Jones — a son.
KEARY (nee Mary Hanna). — On the 19th March,
to Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Keary, of Burns street, Maryborough—a daughter.
KETTLE. — On the 27th February, at Railway
Station, Lancefield, the wife of E. G. Kettle— a daughter.
LOWE (nee Ruby Bishop, L.A.B.).—On the 24th
March, to Mr. and Mrs. George Lawrenson-Lowe, at "Acheron," Wright street, Albert Park — daughter. (Both very well.)
MATTHEWS (nee Violet McColl). — On the 24th
March, at 102 Albert street, Port Melbourne, to Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Matthews—a daughter (Phyllis Emily).
OWEN. — On the 27th March, at "Voraden," Burke
road, East Malvern, to Mr. and Mrs. Les. Owen
— a son (Paul Eugene).
PARKER (nee Ruby Crook). — On the 18th March,
1916, at "Kalimna," Moodie place, St. Kilda, the wife of George L. Parker—a daughter.
PHILLIPS (nee Ina Webster). — On the 7th March,
at St. Andrew's Private Hospital, Mid. Brighton, to Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Phillips, of "Alina," Seymour grove, Brighton Beach — a daughter.
POOL (Alice Robinson). — On the 22nd March, 1916, at Richmond, Victoria, to Private H. Pool, A.I.F., and Mrs. Pool — a daughter (Beryl Jean).
PORTER-ROGERS. — On the 27th February, at
Casino, the wife of J. Porter-Rogers, Dalgidyea, Kyogle, N.S.W. — a daughter.
RUNDLE (Clerissie Lindsay). — On the 23rd March,
at Glenarm Private Hospital, Kerang, the wife of Carr Rundle, Scoresby street, Kerang — a son. (Lindsay Richard).
SCHWARZ. — On the 29th March, at "Jaetta,"
Deakin street, St. Kilda, the wife of L. Schwarz — a daughter.
SKEWES. —On the 28th March, at Nurse Goodsell's
private hospital, Malvern grove, Malvern, to Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Skewes, of Poplar grove, Murrumbeena - a daughter (Mary Claire).
SMYTH (nee Jervis). — On the 29th March, at Nurse
Beard's private hospital, Princess Hill, wife of Wm. H. Smyth, of 42 Morrah street, Parkville - a son. (Both well.)
STOREY (nee Rodda). — On the 28th March, at 14
Farnham street, Flemington, the wife of G. A.
Storey - a son.
TAYLOR. — On thc 25th March, at Nurse Baird's
private hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. G. Taylor - a daughter.
THOMPSON (nee Myrtle Griffin). — On the 14th
March, at Nurse Evans's private hospital, Coppin street, East Malvern, the wife of Sergeant L. B. Thompson, St. Kilda — a son (premature).
TWYCROSS. —On the 24th March, at Sister Pickard's
private hospital, St. Aidan's, Windsor, the wife of John W. Twycross, of Seymour road,
Elsternwick - a son.
VIZARD. —On the 23rd March, at "Coshla," High
street, Maryborough, to Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Vizard — a daughter (Winsome Patricia). WALKER (nee Belle McArthur). — On the 23rd
March, the wife of Stanley W. Walker, Clarinda road, Essendon — a son.
WALSH (nee Lyle Ryan). — On the 18th March, at
St. Andrew's private hospital, Middle Brighton, to Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Walsh, of "Eulinya," 98 New street, Middle Brighton — a son.
WILLIAMS. — On the 21st March, at 50 Rutland
road, Box Hill, to the wife of Mr. F. J. Wil-
liams — a son.
WILSON (nee Ruby Hill). - On the 23rd March,
at Nurse Jackson's private hospital, "Avon- dale," Hastings road, Hawthorn, to the wife of Percy E. Wilson, of "Ingles," Carrol crescent, Gardiner - a son. Both doing splendidly.
WILSON. — On the 18th March, at "Moonya," Lang
street, Prince's Hill, to Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Wil- son — a son.
ASKWITH-GLENISTER.-[Silver Wedding.] — On
the 2nd April, 1891, at St. Paul's Cathedral, Gee- long, by Rev. W. C. Pritchard, fifth son of the late W. H. and R. Askwith, to Ada, second daughter of the late G. and E. Glenister, Gee- long. Present address, "Fairhaven," 147 Mills street, Middle Park.
BARNETT—ELLIS.—On the 29th March, at the
Presbyterian Manse, Camperdown, by the Rev. A. Dunn, Private Frederick George, fourth eldest son of the late William Cobrey Barnett, of Bray- brook, to Emily Stewart Clifford (Millie), only daughter of Councillor W. E. and Mrs. Ellis, of "Longpoint," Glenfyne.
BRAMMALL—ODGERS.—On the 1st March, at St.
Paul's Church, Malvern, by the Bishop of Wan- garatta, assisted by the Rev. G. E. Lambie and the Rev F. Brammall, the Rev. Geo. Brammall, rector of Bright, son of Joseph Brammall, Bolton, England, to Elizabeth Eva (Cissie) Odgers, daughter of the late Thos. Odgers, Ferndale, Castlemaine. Present address — The Rectory, Bright.
BRISTOW-SAMPSON.—On the 1st March, 1916, at
Christ Church, St. Kilda, by the Rev. George Pennicott, Walter Knollys Pitts, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bristow, Adelaide (late of Loch street, St. Kilda), to Isabel May, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Wood Sampson, Middle Park. Present address -"Reyvella,'' 30 Beaconsfield parade, St. Kilda.
BRODRICK-TAYLOR.—On the 10th February, at
the Mentone Presbyterian Church, by Rev. J. T. Robertson, M.A., Robert Warren, only son of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brodrick, of Parkville, to Milly, D., youngest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor, of "Earimil," Parkville.
COLEMAN—MARSH. — On the 26th February, at
the Sacred Heart Church, Kew, by the Rev. John Manly, George Frederick, third son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Coleman, of Barker's road, to Kathleen Frances, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Marsh, Beazley, Cotham road, Kew. Present address—Miller grove, Kew.
CULLIN—DRUMMOND.—On the 17th March, at St.
George's Presbyterian Church, Castlereagh street, Sydney, N.S.W., by the Rev. Wm. McDonald, James Stanley, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Cullin, "Wyburn," Moorabbin, to Jean, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Drummond, of Fremantle, W.A., and niece of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Holland, late of "Uralla," Box Hill. Present address, "Merrivale," Henry street, Ash- field, N.S.W.
DAWSON-STUCKEY.—[Silver Wedding.]—On the
30th March, 1891 (Easter Monday), at St. Mary's Church, West Melbourne, Albert J., second son of the late J. Dawson, to May Catherine, eldest daughter of the late G. Stuckey, North Mel- bourne. Present address, 37 Constitution road, Petersham, Sydney.
FERGUSON-STALEY. - On the 1st March, at the
residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. L. Tait, Frank Ernest, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. Ferguson, of Broadford, to Florence Maud, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Staley, Malmsbury.
FOTHERINGHAY-PLANT.-On the 1st March,
1916, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. W. Clemens, James, son of Mrs. Fotheringham, of Auburn, and the late James Fotheringham (late of South Yarra), to Mabel Stankin, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Plant, Cardigan street, East St. Kilda.
HAYWARD-CONNELLY. - On the 19th February,
at St. Thomas's Church, Moonee Ponds, by the Rev. Canon Hancock, George Ernest, elder son
of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. N. Hayward, "Clonlara,"
Ardocn street, Essendon, to Ettie, youngest daughter of the late James and Helen Connelly, Ascotvale.
HISLOP-JOHNSON. - On the 8th January, by the
Rev. Mayo (Congregational), Hugh, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Hislop, "Elonera," Doncaster,
to Elsie May, eldest daughter of the late John Henry and Rose Johnson, Nagambie. Present address - "Lanark," Grove road, Box Hill.
KELLOCK-CRUISE:-On the 22nd February, at
the Sacred Heart Church, St. Kilda West, by Rev. Father Ellis, Frederick, eldest son of Mr.
and Mrs. E. Kellock, of Brunswick, to Adeline, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Cruise, of Alexandra.
KING-SOUTH.--On the 28th February, 1916, at
Holy Trinity Church, Williamstown, by the Rev. Frank Lynch, Phillip Gidley Leslie (private in Australian Imperial Forces), eldest son of Mr.
and Mrs. P. G. King, "Airlie," Seymour, to Laura Evelyn Churchill (Eva), third daughter of Mrs. Rose Knight South, of Melbourne, and the late Mr. Marcus Furlong South, Sydney and New Zealand papers please copy.
KING-DANIELS.--[Golden Wedding.]-On the 2nd
April, 1866, at St. James's Church, by the Rev. S. Chase, Henry Herbert, only son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert King, Bristol, England, to Mary Elizabeth, only daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Daniels, Adelaide, S.A. Present address - Darnum, Gippsland.
LISTON-KIRK.- On the 8th February, at Wodonga, by the Rev. Dr. Flynn, Patrick Joseph, second son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Liston,
of Williamstown, to Mary, second daughter of
the late Edward and Mrs. Kirk, of "The Cascade," Tallangatta.
LONG-WILLIAMS.-(Silver Wedding.l - On the
30th March, 1891, at St. Bartholomew's Church of England, Burnley, Richmond, Robert John Long to Margaret June Williams, second eldest daughter of the late David Elias Williams, of Bangor, Wales, England, by the Rev. Henry .Innes Howell. Present address, 40 Swan street,
MAJOR-GEDYE - On the 15th March, at the Mel-
bourne Church of England Grammar School Chapel, by the Rev. L. Arnold, John Gilbert, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Major, of Albert Park, to Edith, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Gedye, of Blackburn.
McFARLANE-STONE. - On the 24th February,
1916, at Wesley Church, Lonsdale street, Mel- bourne, by the Rev. C. W. Atkinson, M.A., David, second son of Mr. T. J. Mcfarlane, C.E., to Hazelel Tasma, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Cope Stone, "Yoorans," Coppin grove, Haw-
McLOSKEY-SIMMONS. - [Silver Wedding] - On
the 26th March, 1891, at Fitzroy, Victor Henry, eldest son of John McLoskey, late of Bendigo, to Frances (Dollie), eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Simmons, late of Healesville. (Present ad- dress, 239-241 Nelson place, Williamstown.)
MEAD-ASKWITH. - On the 25th March, 1916, at
St. Anselm's Church, Middle Park, by the Rev. A. P. McFarlane, W. J. F. Mead, only son of the late H. H. Mead and Mrs. Glover, of Middle Park, to R. M., eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Askwith, "Fairhaven," Middle Park.
MIDDLETON-MATHESON. - On the 25th January,
1916, at Scots Church, Collins street, by the Rev. Alex. Marshall, D.D., William Joseph, second son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Middleton, of New- castle, N S.W., to Margaret Florence, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Matheson, of Bruns- wick. (Present address, "Loloma," 92 Cochrane street, Gardenvale.)
NAUGHTON- HICKEY. - On the 7th March. at St.
Patrick's Cathedral, Melbourne, by the Rev. J. McCarter, assisted by the Rev. F. A. Conlon, John Bernard, second youngest son of Mrs. and the late Patrick Naughton, of Eblana, Erskine street, North Melbourne, to Mary Elizabeth, second eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hickey, of Edin- burgh Castle Hotel, North Melbourne.
NICHOLLS-EATON. - On the 6th March, 1916, by
A. M. Laughton, Esq. Government statist, Jack Randle, eldest son of Mrs. Maria Elizabeth Nicholls, of Willow Grove, Coburg, and of the late Samuel Martin Nicholls, to Alice Maud Marrianne, only child of the late John Dodd and Elizabeth Eaton, of Liverpool, England.
PATER-DOWNES. - [Silver Wedding.] - On the
26th March, 1891, by the Rev. Samuel Chapman, at Collins street Baptist Church, Albert Stephen, third son of John Pater, South Melbourne, to
Emily, second daughter of John Downes, Kalinda, Murray street, Prahran. (Present address, Mel- bourne House, Glenhuntly.)
PEACOCK-OSLER. - On the 18th March, 1916, at
the residence of the bride's sister, Mrs. G. H. Douglas, Windsor, by the Rev. W. Clemens, of Benalla, Private William Robert Peacock (A.I.F.), only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Peacock, Mirboo North, Gippsland, to Nellie Myrtle, fourth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Osler, Mirboo North, Gippsland.
PITCAIRN-LANGLANDS. - On the 22nd March at
Scots Church, Collins street, Melbourne, by the Rev. W. Borland, Neil Tennant (of Toora), sixth son of Gilbert Pitcairn, of "Eddlewood," Hamil- ton, Scotland, to Eleanor Augusta Victoria,
eldest daughter of the late George Boyd Lang- lands, of "Wilton," Welshpool.
RAINEY-SMITH. - On the 4th March, at the
Manse, Heathcote, by the Rev. Bennett, James Alexander, eldest son of Alexander Rainey, of "Rosedale," Pyalong, to Elizabeth, only daugh- ter of Daniel Smith, High Camp.
ROLFE —LAKE. — [Silver Wedding.] — On the 2nd
April, 1891, at Holy Trinity Church, Balaclava, St. Kilda, by the late Rev. Dr. Torrance, George, eldest son of the late Honourable George Rolfe, Balaclava, to Jane Ann Lake, widow of the late John Lake.
ROXBURGH —RlDDELL. —On the 7th March, at
Scots Church, Melbourne, by the Rev. Dr. Mar shall, Alexander James Roxburgh, son of Mrs. E. Roxburgh, of Malvern, to Irene Linda Riddell, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Riddell, of Ascotvale. (At home Saturday, 16th April, "Riljar," Beaver street, East Malvern, Caulfield station.)
SANDERSON —CROOKE. —On the 19th February,
at St. George's Church, Malvern, by the Rev. C. R. Dalton, Leslie Chisolm, only son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thomas Sanderson,
Eversley, Brighton Beach, to Ruby Gladys Evelyn, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crooke, Felecia, Winter street, Mal
SIMMONS —DRAPER. — [Golden Wedding.] — On the
2nd April, 1866, at Franklinford, Fredric Lang ton, eldest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Simmons, of Carlton, to Anne Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Draper, of Franklinford. (Present address, 239-241 Nelson place, Williams town.) SMITH —BRAKE. —On the 24th January, at "Elo
nera," Mont Albert, James Edwin Smith, of Sydney, formerly of South Yarra, to Isabella, eldest daughter of the late James Hugh Brake and Mrs. Brake, of Mont Albert.
SPARKS —FAWCETT. —On the 26th February, 1916,
at St. John's Church of England, Footscray, by the Rev. J. T. Baglin, Albert, second son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Sparks, Footscray, to Adela, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Fawcett, Footscray.
STEWART-PEDEN. - [Diamond Wedding.] - On
the 31st March. 1856, at St. Mary's, Newry, by the Rev. J. O'Brien, John, third son of the late John and Isabel Stewart, "Castlereagh," Bel- fast, to Mary, second daughter of the late John and Anne Polen, of Tyrone, County Tyrone, Ire- land. (Present address, 23 Park street, Abbots- ford.)
STOKES-THORN. - On the 24th February, at the Baptist Church, South Yarra, by the Rev. E. A. Kirwood, Charles Montmorency, elder son of Mr. C. W. Stokes, Belmont avenue, East Malvern, to Winifred Ruth, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thorn, Toorak road, South Yarra. (Pre- sent address, Toorak road, South Yarra.)
TAYLOR-PULLEN. - On the 4th Morell, at St. Brigid's Church, North Fitzroy, by the Rev. Dr.
Kelly, Ray T., fifth son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Taylor, of Eaglehawk, to Eileen H., eldest daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Pullen, of North
TORODE-HAIGH. - On the 2nd March, at St.
Stephen's, Richmond, by the Rev. G. E. Lamble, Th.?l.?, assisted bythe Rev. C. W. T. Rogers, Ernest Harrington (2nd lieutenant, A.I.F.), only son of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Torode, of Westgate, Vaucluse, Richmond, to Millicent May, elder daughter of Mrs. Haigh and the late Thomas Haigh, of Moe, Gippsland.
TYMMS-RAGG. - On the 17th December, 1915, at
St. James's Church of England, Sydney, by the Rev. W. Wentworth-Shields, M.A., Athol Stanley Mortimer, M.D., M.S., fourth son of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Tymms, of "Monaro," Wills Street, Gardiner, to Ethel Mary, fourth daughter of Mrs. Hester Ragg, of Kew.
VEAL—HAWKSLEY. — [Silver Wedding.] — On the
31st March, 1891, at "Hillside," Eddington, by the Rev. J. R. Currie (Methodist), William Henry, eldest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Veal, of Geelong, to Jane, eldest daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs Robert Hawksley, "Hillside," Eddington. Present address, "St. Arno," Caris- brook (late of St. Arnaud).
WEBB-LITTLE. - On the 18th March, 1916, at St.
Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Carlton, by the Rev. David Gilchrist, Dr. James Webb, son of the late Rev. James Webb, of Ontario, Canada, to Sylvia Clow Little, eldest daughter of James Little, of Ryde, Punt road, Windsor.
ADAM. - On the 26th March, at 178 Gatehouse
street, Parkville, Rev. Alexander Adam, M.A., late of Beaufort, in his 93rd year; a colonist for 63 years.
BAINBRIDGE. - On the 31st March, at his residence,
Newburgh, 13 Elphin grove, Hawthorn, Joseph Procter Bainbridge, J.P., beloved husband of Marion J. Bainbridge, aged 76 years (formerly of the Union Bank of Australia).
BAMBLETT. - On the 8th March, suddenly, at
Devenish, Daniel, the beloved husband of Kate (nee Shields), Bendigo, father of William, James, Daniel, Francis, Edward, Hilda, and Mary, son of the late William Bamblett, squatter, Yea, and Bylands, brother of Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Eastgate, and Nurse Bamblett, Fitzroy R.I.P. (Bendigo papers please copy.)
BEAVIS. - On the 28th March, 1916, at Heywood,
Mary, beloved wife of Thomas Beavis, aged 58
BRAY. - On the 28th March, at Alfred Hospital,
Harold, beloved husband of Pollie Bray, also loving father of our only little daughter Una.
CRAWFORD. - On the 13th March, 1916, at the re-
sidence of her son-in-law-, "Keeyuga," Glen- aroua, Jane Johnstone Crawford, of "Rock Vale," High Camp, in her 78th year.'
DAUM. - On the 29th March, at Tibooburra, New
South Wales, Ivy Mildred, aged 21 years, dearly beloved daughter ol Christian and Rebecca
FRANCK. - On the 24th February, 1916, at Broome,
W.A., Captain Paul Friedrich Franck, dearly loved husband of Rose S. Franck, 13 Olive street,
GLASSBOROW. - On the 24th March, at her resi-
dence, Mount Clare Terrace, 97 Raglan street, Albert Park, Mary, relict of the late Arthur Roniford Glassborow, aged 79.
May her soul rest in peace.
HALL. — On the 25th March, at Homoeopathic
Hospital, Alfred John, beloved brother of Mrs. A. J. Burke, Middle Park, and eldest son of the late Thomas Batt Hall, Coggeshall, England.
Gone to the better land.
HARKIN. — On the 26th March, at "Pyrmont,"
Flemington street, Flemington, Constance, youngest loving daughter of Austin and Maggie Harkin, (Interred privately, 28th inst.) R.I.P.
To know her was to love her.
HAYNES. — On the 28th March, at 32 Portland
place, South Yarra (after a long and painful ill- ness), Thomas, the loving husband of Bertha Haynes; also, brother of Mrs. Wellington and Mrs. Luscombe (Devonshire, England); aged 60 years. (Private funeral, March 29.)
JONES. — On the 29th March, at the Melbourne
Hospital, Richard Lewis Jones, of Chester, Eng- land, beloved father of Ethel, Bena, Jack, and Joe, aged 66 years.
(Interred privately, Melbourne General Ceme- tery, 30th inst.)
KEWLEY. — On the 27th March, at Oakdale, 353
High street, Prahran, Edward Thomas Kewley, aged 79 years; a colonist 64 years. (Interred privately.)
McPHILLIMY. — On the 27th March, at Koonwarra
private hospital (suddenly), Louisa Sarah, wife of Hugh McPhillimy, of 11 Donald street, Prahran, and dearly loved eldest daughter of Mrs. Morrish and the late Frederick Morrish, of Annadale.
"With Christ which is far better."
MALTBY. — On the 30th March, at her grand-
parents' residence, 46 Hamilton street, Yarraville, Margaret Karran, of pneumonia, beloved daugh- ter of Lieutenant Thomas Karran Maltby (at the front) and Eliza Margaret Maltby, aged 11 months
"The Lord giveth, and the Lord taketh away.
Blessed be the name of the Lord."
MAY. — On the 27th March, at the residence of her
son-in-law, C. H. Hilton, Mrs. John May, aged 100 years and 2 weeks.
MELVILLE. — On the 26th March, 1916, at Moyhu,
Jessie Elizabeth Florence (Bessie), the dearly loved third daughter of Walter and Florence Mel- ville, after 3 days' illness, aged 10 years and 10
"For ever with the Lord."
MORRISS. — On the 30th March, at Melbourne,
Emma Morriss, the dearly loved mother of Ernest Morriss, Norfolk street, Moonee Ponds, aged 64 years.
NEYLON. — On the 31st March, at "Highview," Joli-
mont, Michael Fahey Neylon, Stonehurst, Reeac, loved husband of Catherine Neylon, aged 83. A colonist of 66 years. R.I.P.
PICKERING. — On the 31st March, at 205 Albion
street, W. Brunswick, Constance May, aged 8
Loved by all.
ROBERTSON. — On the 29th March, at "Ellerslie,"
Laverton, Jeanette Cullen, the beloved wife of Robert Robertson, and daughter of the late John and Christina Gilchrist, "Islay," Woodend. (In terred at Woodend on 31st March.)
SOMMERVILLE (nee Ferguson). — On the 28th
March, at Williamstown, Emily, wife of Graham Sommerville, A.I.F., Marrickville, Sydney, young- est daughter of the late Hugh Ferguson, Kan- garoo Flat, Bendigo.
TIMBURY. — On the 31st March, at Brisbane,
Queensland, Frederick James, the dearly beloved husband of Amy Louise Timbury, dearly loved father of Lillian, Louise, and Hughy, beloved son-in law of H. G. Neill, Barrup street, Carlton.
Dearly loved, deeply mourned.
TINNEY. — On the 28th March, at his late residence,
874 Mt. Alexander road, Essendon, Albert Frank, the beloved son of Mrs. F. Tinney and the late Wallace Tinney, of Glenorchy, and brother of Mrs. J. Robinson, Mrs. J. Jackson, F. Tinney, and the late A. Stewart. (Interred privately at the New Melbourne Cemetery.)
TYTHERLEIGH. - On the 30th March, at his resi-
dence, Casterton, John Tytherleigh, aged 75 years. A colonist for 59 years.
TYTHERLEIGH. - On the 30th March, at Caster-
ton, John Tytherleigh, aged 75, for many years secretary and librarian, Mechanics' Institute.
WALLACE. - On the 30th March, at Williamstown,
Bridget, widow of the late William Wallace; loved mother of Mrs. A. Brown, Robert (on active service), William, and Margaret; aged 78 years. R.I.P. (Interred privately March 31.)
WALSH. - At her residence, 37 Loch street, Cam-
berwell, Harriet Ethel (Ettie), dearly loved wife of Sidney, and mother of Clive and Harold, and eldest daughter of Mrs. H. Brown, Camberwell, aged 32 years 7 months.
WALSH. — On the 26th March, at "Mindera," Tre-
vellyan street, Elsternwick, Keith Francis, the dearly loved infant son of Robert and Ida Walsh (nee Daniel), aged two weeks. R.I.P.
WATT. — On the 25th March, at Sydney, Captain
Robert Watt, of Carrum, dearly loved husband of Elizabeth Watt, and father of Alice, Rory, Nor- man, and Dorothy, aged 65 years.
WHITEWAY. — On the 31st March, at her daugh-
ter's residence, 3 Gipps street, Collingwood, Mary Ann, relict of the late Josias Whiteway; beloved mother of Josias T., Mrs. Ludlow, Fred, Walter, William, and Mrs. Allen; aged 69 years. (Private interment.)
A patient sufferer at rest. IN MEMORIAM.
ARCHIBALD. — In loving memory of our dear
daughter, sister, and auntie, Lilla Amy (Lill), who died at Fort Gellibrand, Williamstown, April 2, 1915.
And with the morn those angel faces smile,
Which we have loved long since and lost awhile. - (Inserted by her loving parents, sisters, and nieces.)
CORBETT. - In loving memory of my dear wife
and our darling mother, who passed away on the 1st April, 1915 ; also my dear son and our dear brother, Henry Arthur, who was accidentally killed at Spencer street on July 8, 1911.
Gone, but not forgotten.
- (Inserted by J. Corbett and family, Kingston.) FRIEND. - In loving memory of my dear husband,
who died March 31, 1912. (Inserted by his lov- ing wife and family.)
KEAST. - In sad and loving memory of our dear
mother, who departed this life on 1st April,
May her soul rest in peace.
- (Inserted by her loving son and daughter, H.
and J. Keast.)
MACLEAN. - In loving memory of James Maclean,
who died at Wyrallah, Barkly street, Ararat, on April 2, 1911.
MADDEN. - In loving memory of Norman Lennon,
second son of D. and C. Madden, Skipton, who passed away at the Bank of Australasia, Forsayth,
North Queensland, on 3rd April, 1913, aged 21 years 1 month.
PARK .- In loving memory of our beloved mother
and grandmother, who passed away at Ballan, April 2, 1915.
Home at last. Is this really death,
Coming so gentle-wise,
A falling of weary hands,
A closing of tired eyes;
Peacefully slipping away, Simply a letting go,
Falling asleep, asleep,
Dreamily, thankfully so?
- (Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in- law, Elizabeth and John Speakman, and grand- children, Mabel, Fergus, Violet, and Winifred.)
POOK. - In loving memory of my dear husband,
Robert Pook, and loving father of Stanley, who passed away on April 1, 1915.
He is not dead; he has but passed
Beyond the mists that blind us here, Into the new and larger life
Of that serener sphere.
- (Inserted by his loving wife and son.)
RATKEY. - In loving memory of our dear mother,
who died at Albury, N.S.W., March 31, 1915.
Sleep on, dear mother, and take thy rest With the angels and the blessed.
- (Inserted by her daughters, Mrs. J. J. Bell, Carlton; Mrs. Kelly, Barnawartha; and Mrs. J. Hosking, Boulder, Western Australia. Albury papers please copy.)
TREWIN. - In loving memory of my dear husband
and our dear father, Titus Trewin; who died at Almurta, South Gippsland, April 1, 1912; also
Alfred John, dearly loved eldest son of above, accidentally killed at State coal mine, Wonthaggi. April 22, 1914.
A faithful father, so true and kind; No friend on earth like him we will find.
Four years have passed, and none can tell The loss of our dear one we loved so well.
Balmy sleep, my dearest brother,
Pain no more shall mark thy brow. All your toil is o'er for ever;
You are happy resting now.
- (Inserted by their loving wife and mother, sis- ters, and brothers, M. Trewin and family.)
GIBSON. - Mr. and Mrs. GIBSON and Family
desire to return their heartfelt THANKS to their many friends for cards, letters, and floral tri- butes, and kind expressions of sympathy in the loss of their dear son Rohert; also Rev. T. B. Reed, Dr. Haynes, of Richmond, Dr. Florance, and staff of Mooroopna Hospital, for their unremitting care and attention. 34 Swan street, Richmond.
MEAKER. - Mr. and Mrs. F. E. MEAKER and
Family desire to express their sincere THANKS of their many friends and relatives for their expressions of sympathy, telegrams, letters, cards, and beautiful floral tributes on the occa- sion of the loss of our dear daughter, Violet; especially thanking Rev. J. B. Sharp, Rev. Betts, Rev. M. De B. Griffith; also the young ladies of Myers and Co. 387 Union street, West Bruns- wick. MR. and Mrs. G. ANDREWS and Family desire
to THANK their numerous friends for their
kind expressions of sympathy, letters, cards, and floral tributes; also Dr. Spring, and Nurse Ross, of Essendon, and especially Mr. and Mrs. A. Nash and staff of "Ballarto," Cranbourne, for their kind- ness to their daughter and sister, May, in her last few hours.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Edwards desire to express their sincere THANKS to their many friends for letters, cards, and telegrams in their sudden and sad bereavement; also Messrs. Kinnear and office staff, Messrs. Michael Hellestein, Ramblers' C.C., Highland Society, Caledonian Society, Col- lingwood Council, and Red Cross Committee. "Shel- don," 180 Gipps street, Abbotsford. MR. P. T. WELLS and Mrs. F. E. BLUNDEN and Family return heartfelt THANKS to all kind friends and relations for flowers and expres- sions of sympathy in their recent sad bereave- ment. They also wish to thank Dr. Chenery and the nurses for their tireless efforts.
MR. LARTER desires to THANK his kind friends
and relations for letters and cards of sympathy in his recent sad bereavement. He also wishes to specially thank Dr. B. Loughrey for his kind attendance to his late wife. Late of 13 Connell st., Hawthorn. MR., Mrs., and Miss FOSTER desire to very
sincerely THANK their many kind friends for all expressions of sympathy during their re- cent sad bereavement.
MRS. W. JAQUES and Family, also Mrs.
JAQUES, Sen., and Family, desire to re- turn THANKS to their many friends for letters, cards, telegrams, and floral tributes; also the Rev. A. McCarlie and Dr. Hamilton, for their kind attention during their recent sad bereave-
MRS. TEDSTALL and Daughter desire to THANK
their many friends for their kind sympathy, letters, telegrams, and cards, floral tributes, &c., received in their sad and sudden bereavement; also Dr. Ormond, for his untiring attention. 7 Sorrett avenue, Malvern.
MRS. FOSTER and Family desire to very sin-
cerely THANK all kind friends for expres- sions of sympathy, letters, telegrams, and cards during their recent sad bereavement ; also Father King and Dr. Mailler, for their kind attention during his illness.
Mrs. T. J. BURTON and Family desire to
THANK their many kind friends and rela- tions for floral tributes, cards, telegrams, and messages of sympathy in their recent sad bereave- ment. KAIN . -Mrs. and Miss RAIN desire to return
THANKS to all kind friends for letters, tele- grams, floral tributes, and expressions of svmpathy during their sad bereavement. 30 Gipps street, Collingwood. REYNOLDS. - Mrs. W. REYNOLDS desires to ex-
press her heartfelt THANKS to friends, re- lations, who, by letters, telegrams, cards, visits, and floral tributes, especially thanking sisters and nurse, Dr. John Murphy, of Mount St. Evins pri- vate hospital; John Wren, stewards of Ascot Racing Club; also John Daley, for funeral arrangements, in her recent sad and sudden bereavement. 294 Toorak road, South Yarra.
BAINBRIDGE. - The interment of the late Mr.
JOSEPH PROCTOR BAINBRIDGE is ap- pointed to take place at the Box Hill Cemetery, THIS DAY (Saturday, 1st April), at 2.45 p.m.
HERBERT KING and SON, Undertakers. 'Phone 1856, Haw.
HOGAN. - A Solemn Office and Requiem Mass
will be celebrated for the repose of the soul of the late Miss MARY ANNE HOGAN, at the Sacred Heart Church, Sandringham, THIS MORNING (Saturday), the 1st April, 1916, com- mencing at 10.30, after which the funeral will leave for the place of interment, the Melbourne General Cemetery.
Friends wishing to attend please leave by the 9.30 train from Flinders street.
CHAS. P. FRILAY, Undertaker and Funeral Director, Head Office, No. 250 Sydney road, near Town Hall, Brunswick; also at South Melbourne, Carlton, and Kensington. 'Phone Brunswick, 448.
ISAAC. - The remains of the late THOMAS
PRENTICE ISAAC will be interred in the Brighton General Cemetery THIS DAY (Saturday, the 1st April), at 2.30 p.m. punctually.
The Friends desiring to attend will kindly leave by Brighton 1.45 p.m. train from Flinders street.
A. A. SLEIGHT, Funeral Directors. 'Phone 416.
NEYLON. - The Friends of the late MICHAEL FAHEY NEYLON are respectfully requested to follow his remains to Camperdown Cemetery.
The funeral will leave Camperdown railway sta- tion on arrival of midday train on Monday.
WALSH. - The Funeral of the late HARRIET ETHEL WALSH will move from 37 Loch street, Camberwell, THIS DAY (Saturday, 1st April), at 2.30 p.m., for the Box Hill Cemetery.
HERBERT KING and SONS, Undertakers 'Phone 1856, Haw.