BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS (Notices of BIRTHS. MARRIAGES, DEATHS. MEMORIAM, ROLL OP HONOUR, and RETURN THANKD, •/ per tonrtiw, prepaid. POhTBT Oft QUOTATIONS 6d. a lint extra. These, notices must be endorsed by some responsible person before they can be inserted.) The BA.NULK CHARGE (as above) covers the insertion of these notices in the THREE- PAPERS of the Brisbane Newspaper Company ;— QUEENSLAND BRISBANE COURIER; THE OBSERVER. WP Special attention fc directed to the) ftct that none of the notices inatrUd hr xa are) eofeied front other supers. BIRTHS ALISON.—On April 21st, at Mrs. Green's Private Nursing Home, St. Albans, Russell-street, S.B., to Mr. aud Mrs. G. R, Alison, "Avondale," Wickham-terrace—a daughter. English and African papers, please copy. BARRY.-On April 21st, at Kirkland-Avenue, Coorparoo, to Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Barry—a son. BONE.—On April 21st, at Mum Wilson's Nursing Home, "Leamavady," > Kennigo-street, F. Valley, to Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Bone, Enoggera— a daughter. BROUGHTON.-On April 16th, at Jane-st, Too- wong, to Mr. and Mrs. G. Broughton—a daughter. Dr. Helen Shaw and Nurse Allick in attendance. CREED.-On 24th April, at Silverdale, Somer- set-street, Mrs. J. Creed (nee Hute)-a daughter. Both doing well. CURTIS-On April 17, at their residence, "lona," railway-terrace, Milton, wife of W. J. Curtis-a daughter (Muriel May), Nurse McIntyre and Dr. George in attendance. DART.-On April s2, at Montville, via Palm- wood, to Mr. and Mrs. R. Dart-a daughter. Both doing well. DAVIES-GRAHAM-At the lagarfield Private Hospital, on April 2eth, to Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Davies-Graham, Corinda—a daughter. EDWARDS.—On April 12th, at Nurse Hiscock's Private Hospital (Fosterville), Vultare-street, South Brisbane, the wife of Robert Edwards, of a daughter (Phyilis Anna Catherine). Both doing welL GREENWOOD.-On the 24th March, to Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Greenwood, Netherwood, OodU, Canterbury, New Zealand—a son. GUNN.-On 1 th April, at Toombul-road, North- gate, the wife of H. Gunn—a son (Hemmet Harold John Gunn). Both doing well. Nurse Whelan in attendance. HURREY.-To Dr. and Mrs. M.G. Hurrey, on April 23rd—a son. INGOLD.—ApriI 26, at Ferndale, William-street, Lutwyche, the wife of A. E. Ingold, builder— a son (Earnest William), both doing well. Nurse Reid in attendance. JACKSON.-At Sister Rendall's, St. Kilda Pri- vate Hospital, Wynmun South, on April 22, to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Jackson, Morningside —twins (son and daughter). JOHNSTON.—At Colinton, Hampstead-road, Highgate Hill, on April 21, to Mr. and Mrs. A. Johnston—a son. Nurse Knox in attend- ance. LYNN.—On April 20th, at Mrs. Green's Private Nursing Home, St. Albans, Russell-street, S.B., to Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Lynn, "Orange," Shakespeare-street, Bulimba—a daughter. MORONEY.—On April 18th, at Mrs. Green's Pri- vate Nursing Home, St. Albans, Russell-street, S.B., to Mt. and Mrs. P. J. Moroney, "Wara H!U," Elizabeth-street, Rosalie-a son. PRIESTLEY.-On April 17th, at Edale, River-ter- race, Kangaroo Point, to Professor and Mrs. Priestley—a son. SALKELD.-On 19th April, 1917, at St Andrew's Private Hospital, lpswich, to Mr. and Mrs. W. LI. D. Salkeld-a son. TINGLE.-On 16th April, 1917, at Nurse Prit- chard's Private Nursing Home, Logan-road, the wife of A. Tingle, of Annerley—a son (Arthur Cecil). Dr. Paul in attendance. MARRIAGES. BENNETT-STACK.~At St. John's Cathedral, 28th April, by the Rev. Z. A. Higgins, Fred. I. Bennett, only son of the late Mr. W. J. F. Bennett and Mrs. Bennett, of Wimea, Oakey, Darling Downs, to Gladys Morgan, daughter of Mr. John W. Stack Mendamph, Yeronga.
MARRIAGES.. DALZELL—MORGAN.-On Wednesday, April 18th, very quietly, Kenneth, only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Dalzell, Darling Point, Sydney, to Grace Yolande, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Morgan, "Dunoon," Toowong. DUNNE—LARGEY.-On the 17th March, at St. Patrick's Church, Valley, by the Rev. Father McKenns, Joseph James Largey, only son of the late Mr. and Mrs. M. Largey, of New Farm, to Mary (Dollie), only daughter of the late J. F. Dunne and Mrs. W. Evans, of New Farm, Brisbane. HANMAN-RANDALL.—At St. Patrick's, Valley, by the Rev. Father Jordan, very quietly, Eric Francis, second son of John Lacine Hanman, of Abberton Hall, Aboerton, England, to Made- lene Mary, only daughter of the late John Withers Randall and Mrs. Randall, of Gregory.terrace. HEENAN-HANRAHAN.—On April 18th, at St. Stephen's Cathedral, Brisbane, by the Rev. Father W. McGoldrick, John Terence Heenan, of Sprlng Park, Laidley, to Mary Josephine Hanrahan, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hanrahan, of Downing-street, near Wickham-terrace, Brisbane. KIRWAN-ARNOLD.—On April 14th, at St. Andrew's Church. Lutwyche, by Canon E. C. Osborn, Herbert Dominic Kirwan, of Bris- bane, to Phoebe Edith Kingsnerth, the only daughter of Mrs. K. S. Arnold, "Heretaanga" Wooloowin. Interstate and New Zealand papers please copy. RYAN-BUTCHER.-On April 9th at St. Joseph's Church, Kangaroo Point, by Rev. J. O'Connell, Daniel Bernard, youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. D. Ryan, Perth-steeet, Toowoomba, and Mary Eliaabeth, only daughter of Captain F. R. Butcher, "Gewuuano," Kangaroo Faint, Brisbane. SLATYER—MACKENZIE.—On tbt 16th of April, at St. Stephen's Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. M. Kirkpatrick, Thormas Henry, eldest son of Mr. Thomas Slatyer, of Weelwsm- dangle Station, to Jean Estelle, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. Murchison Mackenzie, Queensland national Bank, Mary- borough. WILLIAMS-CARR.-On the 28th April, 1917, at the Albert street Methodist Church, by the Rev. Dr. C. E. Rowe, David J. Williams, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. David Williams, of Longreach, to Lola Jessie Muriel, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Carr, of Eagle Farm, Brisbane. DEATHS. BARNS.-On April 30. at Brisbane, Edgar Davi- son Barnes, late of Gympie, in his 57th year. CAMERON.-On April 2fth, at his residence, Lochiel, Toorak-road, Hamilton, John S. Cameron. COCHRANE.-On 25th April, 1917, at a private hospital, Letm, N.S.W., Ernest James, be loved husband of Jean Cochrane, and late engineer and manager, City Electric Light Co., Ltd., Brisbane. CONN.—At the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Phillips, Victoria-street, Kelvin Grove, Bris- bane, No. 4371, Private Adam Conn, late Twentieth Regiment of Foot (Indian Mutiny), aged 81 years. At rest, CROOKE.—On the 10th of April, at Melbourne, James Maclanachan Crooke, eldest son of the late Dr. William Crooke. Royal-Terrace, Fltz- roy, and grandson, of the late Hon. James Maclaascfaan* Ballochmnyle, Tasmania, brother of Dr. R. W. Crooke. New South Wales, and C. G. Crooke, Wynnum. CROW.-On the 20th of April, at his daughters residence, "Mie-Gunyah" Hume-street, Too- woomba, Benjamin Crow, age a1. FULTON.—At Springbrook, on Sunday, 22nd April, 1917, John Fulton, dearly beloved husband of Jane fulton, of "Calderwood," Springbrook, via Mudgeeraba, aged «1 years and 6 months. HARRIS.-On April 25th, at "Netherby," Ben- nett-street, Toowong, Laura Georgina, widow of the late William Harris.. HARRIS.-On the 25th April, 1917, Laura Georgina Harris, relict of the late William Harris, F.R.C.R., London. HENDERSON.-On the 25th April, 1917, at her brother's (Mr. A. A. Gilmour's) residence, " Cootharaba," Kitchener-road, Hendra, Emily Henderson, aged 58 years. Private interment. No flowers. HENRY.-On the 2ta May, at his late resi- dence, -MMhad«l*," Donkin-street, Nundah, Joseph Wilson Henry, Priest, aged 71 years. Private interment.-Toowong Cemetery. RADCLIFFE.---On 25th April, at Dauphin-terrace, South Brisbane, Mary, only daughter of Wm. C. and Margaret Radcliffe, aged 10 years. ROUND.—At Brisbane, on 39tb April (as result of an accident), Francis, eldest son of Elijah and Elisabeth Round (of Wynnum South), aged 62 years. (Melbourne papers please copy.) WATKINSON.-On April 8, 1917, at Stanthorpe, Joseph, late of "Ebeneaser," Warwick, and Wandsworth, Surrey, England, dearly beloved husband of Jane Watkinson, aged 74 years. Home papers please copy. WILSON.-On the 17th April, at Sydney, John Elliot, dearly beloved husband of Eliza Wilson, and father of Don, George, Bob, Eileen, Alice, and the late Dave, youngest son of David Wilson, late Government Dairy Ex- pert, of Victoria, aged 48 years, sadly missed. ROLL OF HONOUR. ANDREWS.—Died of wounds, on April 6, some- where in France, Private Edward Matthew Andrews, dearly beloved third son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Andrews, Boundary and Milne streets, Brisbane, aged 24 years. Thy will be done. Inserted by his sorrowing family. BUCKLEY.—In fond remembrance of Private Dave Buckley, 15th Battalion, A.I.F., who was killed in action at Gallipoli, April 26, 1915. Inserted by G. B., Woody Point BURNS-On the 21st April, at Gosport, Eng- land, died of injuries received in aeroplane accident, Flight Lieutenant Alec Burns, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Burns, Indooroopilly. COOKE.—In loving memory of Herbert William, who was killed in action at Quinn's Post, Gallipoli, on the 30th April, 1915. FIELDING.—In loving memory of John Howard Fielding, killed in action at Quinn's Post, Gallipoli, April 30, 1915. FORD.—In fond and loving memory of Corporal Thomas Walter Ford, A.I.F., killed in action 25th April, 1915. " Duty." GASSON.—On April 7th, 1917, in France, died of wounds, Lance-Corporal R. H. Casson (Reg.), second brother of Miss Casson, and nephew of
rnotL or fiovovm. Private and Mrs. T. A. Skinner, of "Faparoa," Clayfield. aged 19 years. And with the morn those angel faces smile, Which I have loved long since and lost awhile. Home papers please copy. GRANT.—Private J. J. Grant, of the 9th Bat., 3rd Brigade, A.I.F., killed in action, on April 25, 1915, at Gallipoli), late of Pratten-street, Petrie-terrace. R.I.P. HARDING.—Killed in action on the 10th inst., in France, Lieut. Adjutant Herbert George Hard- ing, fourth son of Mr. and Mrs. Silas Harding, of Glen Harding, Marlin, age 36 years. HUNT.-On April 2, 1917, Sgt. Frank L. Hunt, A.I.F., late of " Bonnie Doon," Wynnum South, killed in action in France. Age 36 years. JAMESON.-Killed in action, on the 4th inst., in France, 2nd Lieutenant Charles Chalmera Jameson, eldest son of Judge and Mrs. Jameson, Brisbane, age 21 years. JOHNSTONE.—Killed in action, Gallipoli, 26th April, 1915. Corporal William, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Johnstone, Beith, Ayrshire, Scotland. JULL—Roll of Honour.—On Ist April, in France, died of wounds, Private Alfred Jull, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Jull, of Woodford. Inserted by his sorrowing parents, sisters, and brothers. KEMP.-On April 2nd, in France, Lieut. Alex. R. Kemp, killed In action. MALCOLM.—In loving memory of our dear brother, Robert, who was killed in action on 21st March, 1917. Eternal rest grant to hmm, O Lord, Inserted by his sorrowing brother and sister- in-law, Francis and May Malcolm. MENSER.-On the 23rd April, 1917, in firing line in France, died of wounds. Sergeant-major Leslie M. Menser, age 39 years, son of the late Morris Menser and Mrs. Menser, Sydney, and brother of Mrs. A. Benjamin, Moray-street, New Farm, and Mr. A. A. Menser, Eagle Junction. McINTYRE.—Killed in action, in France, March 26th, 1917, Walter Christian, dearly loved son of late Archibald and Mrs. M. A. McIntyre, Mackay, aged 36 years. McKELLAR.—On 1st April, in France, died of wounds, Private David Millar McKellar, " Struan," Ascot, Brisbane. RADCLIFFE.—In loving memory of Alan Arthur Radcliffe, killed in action at Gallipoli, April 25th, 1915, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Radcliffe, Graceville. RIGBY.-Killed in action at Gallipoli, on the 25th April, 1915, Lieutenant William John Rigby, 9th Battalion, aged 23 years, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Rigby, Yeronga. ROGERS.—KiIIed in action at Gallipoli on 27th April, 1915, Private George Sandilands Rogers (Townsville), 15th Battalion, A.I.F. ROHWEDER.—Killed in action, in France, March 26th, 1917, Private John W. Rohweder, second son of John Rohweder, West End, aged 23 years. He gave his life, his best, his all. SHERWlN.—Killed In action, on 9th April, in France, Lieutenant Raymond Sherwin, M.C., second son of the late J. G. Sherwin, and of Mrs. Sherwin, Alice Place, Launceston, Tas- mania, and nephew ot Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Crombie, Elphin, Toowoomba, Q. TWIST.-On April 17, W. G. Twist, died of wounds, at Egypt, eldest son of G. Twist, Wellington Point, and brother of S. J. Twist, this city. R.I.P. WALLER.-In France, April 13th, of menin- gitis, Gunner Charles George Waller, beloved son of Mrs. B. O'Regan, Gympie, aged 21 years, IN MEMORIAM ABERNETHY.—In loving memory of William James Abernathy, who died at Toowoomba on 27th April, 191m. Inserted by his loving wife and children. BERRY.—in loving memory of Myrtle, who died 29th April, 1913. Inserted by Lily and Will Todd, Sydney. BERRY.-In loving memory of dear Myrtle, who passed away on the 29th April, 1913. The flowers we place upon her grave Will wither and decay. But our love for her who's gone from us Will never pass away. Inserted by her loving brother and sisters, Ettie and Daisy. BERRY.—In loving memory of our dear sister. Myrtle, who passed-away on 29th April, 1913. "Sadly missed; in silence mourned." Eddie and Olive. BURROWS.—In loving memory of our dear father, who departed this life 30th April 1910. Inserted by his daughters, Alice and Florree. COOKE.—In loving memory of our dear brother, Bert, killed In action, Quinn's Post, Gallipoli, 30th April, 1915, aged 21 years. He died for us. Inserted by his elder brothers. CORCORAN.-in loving, faithful memory of my dear husband, James Corcoran, who died April 25, 1916. One year has past, my heart still sore. As time flies on I miss you more. Your loving smile, your welcome face, Not one can fill your vacant place. Inserted by his loving wife. CROSS.—to loving memory of our dear mother, Mrs. J. M. Cross, who passed away April 39th, 1905. Oh for a touch of a vanished hand. Inserted by her loving sons. FOLEY.—In loving remembrance of Eileen Constance and Raymond Thomas, who passed away 30th April, 1912, -and May 13th, 1914, aged 14 years and 8 years respectively. " And with the morn those angel faces smile. Which I have loved long since, and lost awhile." Inserted by their loving parents, brother, and sister. FORD.—In sad but loving memory of our dear Father and Father-in-law, Edwin Ford, who departed this life at Old Sandgate Road, Albion, 21th April, 1916. Inserted by his daughter and son-in-law, Zfllaft and Willie Miller. FOWLES—In loving memory ot Sergeant Her- bert Howard Kentwell Fowles, A Coy., 9th Battn., A.I.F., killed in action 25th April, 1915, at Gallipoli. "He died leading his men." FOWLES.— In loving memory of Sergeant H. H. K. (Bert) Fowles, killed in action, Gallipoli, 25th April, 1915. GRANVILLE.—In loving memory of our dear Mother, who departed this life April 26th, 1914. We who loved you sadly miss you, Though we know that God knew best; When He eased your pain and suffering. And He laid you down to rest.
IN MEMORIAM Tears may pass away, dear mother, But your face will never fade, For we love you just as dearly. Though you're in your silent grave. Inserted by her daughters and sons. GRIMES.—In loving memory of our dear Audrey, who passed away 20th April. 1912. " Among the blest" Inserted by father, mother, sisters, and brothers. HAMILTON-BAKER.—In loving memory of Pri- vate Richard Hamilton-Baker, 9th Battalion, killed in action at gallipoli, April 25th, 1915, aged 20 years. HAMPSON.—A tribute of love to the memory of mother, who died at Bowen Bridge on May.1st 1906. HEALY.-In loving memory of my dear brother. Timothy Healy, who departed this life April 25th 1916. Inserted by his loving sister, Margaret Morgan. HOSKINS.—In loving memory of Henry Samuel Goose Hoskins, who departed this life on the 27th April, 1914, aged 41 years.. for oft our thoughts do wander, To a grave not far away. Where ww laid our dear one Just three years ago to-day. We often sit and think of him, And think of how he died, But, oh, it was so hard to think We could not say good-bye. Inserted by his parenta, brothers, and sisters. Park-road, South Brisbane.. JAMES.—In fondest remembrance of darling Madge, only daughter of W. Y. and A. James, Who died April 30, 1913. Nearer, my God, to The. Inserted by father, mother, and brothers. JOHNSTON.—In loving memory of Richard John- ston, died at "Avovdale," Red Hill, 20th April, 1916. Had he asded us, well we know We shoud cry, 0, spare this blow ; Yes, with streaming eyes should pray Lord, we love him, let him stay. But the Lord doth nought amiss; And since he hath ordered this, We have nought to do but still Rest in silence on his will. Inserted by his loving wife and family. LAXTON.—In -loving memory of our dear mother, Fanny Shakles Laxton, who passed away 24th April, 1914. Mother is gone, but not forgotten. As it dawns another year; In the lonely hours of thinking Thoughts of her are ever dear. Inserted by her loving son and daughter-in-law. Lil and Tom. LEAKE.—In loving memory of our darling daughter, "Monica," who died April 29th, 1916. "For such Is the Kingdom of Heaven." LEAKE.—In loving memory of our dear little Monica, who fell asleep 29th April, 1916. "Sadly missed." Inserted by her auntie and uncle Gibbs, Wyn- num South. MITCHELL.—In loving memory of dear mother, who fell asleep in Jesus on April 30, 1815, at Warwick. Inserted by her loving daughters, Lillle, Alice, and Teny. McGLADRIGAN.—In sad and loving memory of my dear husband and our dear father, Thomas Hugh McGladrigan, who departed this life on April 26th, 1914. Inserted by his loving wife and family. OLDING.—In loving memory of our dear brother, brother-in-law, and uncle, Walter Thorpe Olding, who was accidentally killed at the Queensland Agency fire, April 30th, 1912. Peace, perfect peace. Inserted by E. and M. Olding and nephews, North Bundaberg. PAYNE.—In loving memory of Private Willie Thomas Payne, late of Florence-street, Teneriffe, A Company, 9th Battalion, killed in action at Gallipoii, 23th April, 1915, aged 20. years. He fell a hero in the deadly strife, For King and country he laid down his life. Fame was achieved, and he had done his share. To win those laurels, rich and rare, Which now adorn Australia's loyal race. Not even Time its glory can efface. Inserted by his loving mother, father, sisters, and brother. RADCLIFFE.— In loving memory of Alan Arthur Radcliffe, killed in action at Gallipoli, April 25th, 1915, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Radcliffe, Graceville. RICHMOND.—A loving tribute to the memory of our darling Madge, who left us on the 29th April. 1912. Inserted by her ever sorrowing father and mother.
IN MEMORIAM SMITH—In sad and loving memory of my dear husband and our father, who departed this life April 25th, 1910. , "For ever with the Lord." Inserted by his loving wife and daughters. STRAITON.—In sad but loving memory of our dear mother, Helen Straiton, who departed this life on April 27, 1916. Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in law, D. and G. Soden, WALKER.—In loving memory of Mr. J. Walker, choirmaster of St. Andrew's Church, Lutwyche, who died April 27th, 1916. As the day dawns and the shadows flee, So shall we remember thee. nserted by his junior choir members. WATERFIELD-In sad but loving memory of my dear wife and our mother and sister, Jessie Eliza Bryce Waterfield, who departed this life 22nd April, 1916. Your loving smiles and kindly ways are pleasant to recall; You always had a pleasant word, and died beloved by all. Inserted by her lovirg husband, daughters, Agnes and Marian, and sisters, Mrs. R. D. Clissold and Mrs. J. Pinner. WEBB.—On April 25, 1915, at Anzac, Norman Reginald, second son of Sidney and Annie Webb, Lambert-road, Indooroopilly. He rose responsive to his country's call, And gave his best, his life, his all. WELLS.—In loving memory of our dear brother, William Inkernan, who died at Townsville, April 25, 1916. We who loved you sadly miss you, Though we know that God knew best, When he eased your pain and sufferings, And took pur dear brother home to rest. Inserted by his brother and sister, S. and J. Smithson, Sydney. WELLS.—In sad but loving memory of our dear brother, William Inkerman Wells, who died at Townsville, April 25th, 1916. Far oft our thoughts do wander To a grave not far away, Where we laid our dear brother Just one year ago to-day. Not one of us was by his side To bear his last faint sign. We only knew he passed away, And never said good-bye. Inserted by his loving sister and brotber-in lQ, D. and W. Hemming. WHITE.—In loving memory of Molly Elizabeth Lucy, who died 27th April. 1915. To memory ever dear. Inserted by father and mother, J. E. and J. White, also Arthur and Minerva. BEREAVEMENT NOTICES The SONS and DAUGHTERS of the late Mrs ARMSTRONG, late of Mackay, desire to tender their sincere THANKS to all kind friends for messages, telegrams, and floral tributes in their sad loss of their dear mother. Mrs. MACPHERSON and Family desire to tender their sincere THANKS to their many friends for kind expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Mr. and Mrs. MALCOLM, of New Farm, wish to THANK the Rev. W. Duffy and their many kind friends for numerous messages of sym- pathy during their recent sad bereavement.. Mrs. J. MEADE and Family wish to THANK thelr many friends for their kind sympathy and Coral tributes in their recent sad bereavement. Mr. and Mrs. PALMER, of Woodford. desire to tender their sincere THANKS to all friends for their numerous expressions of sympathy during their recent sad bereavement. Mr. J. J. SMITH, Mrs. GEORGE LEAVER, Mr. and Mrs. A. SHRANE, Mr. and Mrs P. L. WIL- SON, and Miss PHYLLIS HIRONS desire to tender their sincere THANKS to all kind friends for messages and floral tributes in the sad loss of their dear wife and mother, the late Mrs. J. J. Smith, late of Gayndah. Mrs. J. WILSON and Family, of Merrimac, South Coast Line, desire to THANK their rela- tives and numerous friends for their kindness during their recent sad bereavement, and to especially thank Mr. and Mrs. A. Tynan. Miss Walsh, Mr. Dave Addis, Mr. and Mrs. G. Rudd, and the Nerang Councillors, the staff ot Usher's Hotel (Sydney), Mr. Jack-Ross. Messrs. Foley, sen. and jun., Messrs. Wilkin Bros., friends and neighbours at Carrara, Worongary, and Southport, and the staff of the Merrimac Cheese Factory.