SiIETE, KAxA ,Le L, AXr. SEATI . DEATHS. EAWKESWORTH.-On November 18, at Perth, W.A., Norman Dovenor, son of the late Al. fred Hawkesworth, St. Kilda, Victoria, and dearly beloved brother of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Thistlethwaite, Claremont. Melbourne pa pers please copy. EEL.ICH.-On 4th November, 1904, at her resi dence. 23 Bulwer-ave., Martha, relict of the late A. Helmich, late Postmaster-General, W. Australia; aged 82 years 11 months. E?NNEDY.--On 19th November, at "Perthbrae," Ra.ilway-parade, Lecderville, Kenneth George, son of Hugh and Annio Kennedy; aged 6 taonths. BPRING.-On 21st November, at Monger-street, Leederville, Pearl Louisa, beloved infant daughter of Frank and Louisa Spring; aged 10 months. Another little bud in Heaves. HOWL.EIP.-In memory of my dear mother, who died at Lake-street, November 22, 1901. Gone from this world of strife, To our Father's home above; Where every storm is hushed to rest, There let emr treasures be. -Ineerted by her daughter, Emily. ROWLETT.-In loving remembrance of Elizabeth Howlett, who died at Perth, 22nd November, 1901. In the bright, eternal city, Death con never, never come: In His own good time He'll call us, From our rest to home, weet home. -Inserted by her loving daughterL, M. Chessum and A. Dean. WHELAN.-In loving memory of our darling lit tle daughter, Lillian Caroline, who departed this life on November 22, 1903, at Fremantle; aged 9 months. A little bud in Heaven. -Inserted by her loving parents, L. and T. Whelan. BEE---EAVEMENT 3OTICE. Irs C. B. Prettejohn wishes to return THANKS to all for their kind expressions of sympathy bhown to her and members of the family dur ing their late sad bereavement. FPUNERAL NOTICEBS. &YGUS.-The Friends of the late Mr. William Angus are reepectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Church of Englpnd portion of the Fremantle Ceme tery The Funeral is appointed to leave Messra. Arthur E. Davies and Co.'s Undertak ing Establishment. Market-street, Fremantle, THI- (Tuesday) MOILNI\G, 22nd inst., at 11 o'cloek, AI:TlHUI E. DAVTES and CO., Undertak ers, Market-street, Fremantle. Tel. 235. HARMAN.-The Friends of Mr. J. B. Miller are respectfully invited to follow the remains of his late nephew, Herbert Harman, to the place of interment, the Congregational por- tion of the Midland Junction Cemetery. The Funeral will leave Mr. Miller's residence, "The Crescent," Midland Junction, at 10 a.m. TO-DAY (Tuesday). A. DOUGLAS JONES, Undertaker, Mid- land Junction and Guildford.