BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. Births and Deaths. s Fd.; MarrIages. 5s. each In lemoriam .ot'icn . 6d.; poetry. 6d. per Ime extra 'Ia arder to guard against imposition., notices ( of Brths Marriages. and Deaths most be authenticated by some respectable person to ensure insertion.l BIRTHS. HOWDEN (nee Jarvis).--On April 19, at 87 Holdsworth-street, Fremantle, the wife of A. J. Howden-a son. Both well. PARKER.-On the 18th inst., at St. Vincent Hospital, the wife of E. Giffard Parker-a son. MARRIAGES. ARNOTT-HAWKINS.-On April 6, at Brisbane- street Methodist Church, by the Rev. Wm. Burridge, William, son of James Arnott, of First-avenue, Mount Lawley, to Dorothy, youngest daughter of James Hawkins, J.P., of Newcastle-street, Perth. Sydney papers please oopy. GRIEVE-YOUNG.-On March 23, at Thompson- road, Claremont by the Rev. F. E. Ozer, M.A., B.D., John Grieve, eldest son of Thomas Grieve, late of Eaglehawk, Victoria, to Isabel, second daughter of the late Nicholas Jeffrey, also of Eaglehawk. Vic- torian papers please copy. HOLMES - MARSHALL.-On April 16, at St. George's Cathedral, Perth, by Dean Latham, Herbert A. Holmes, youngest son of the late Frederick John Holmes, Melbourne, to Hylda H. Marshall, second youngest daughter of Mrs. M. and the late Montgomery Marshall, of Kalgoorlie, W.A. SCHUMANN-HANSEEN.-On April 6, at St. George's Cathedral, Perth, by the Rev. Fos- ter, Adelphia Schumann, of Nanga Brook and Kelmscott, to Frances Livinia Hansen, of Russel-street, West Leederville, widow of the late Robert Herman Hansen of Kalgoor- lie. Victorian and Kalgoorlie and home papers please copy. DEATHS. KINGSMILL.-On the 20th March, at the resi- dence of her daughter, Mrs. Henry Cooke Elmhurst, Southbourne-on-Sea, England, in her 91st year, Jane Elizabeth, widow of the late Walter Davies Kingsmill of Adelaide, S.A., and dearly dearly beloved mother of Walter Kingsmill, of Perth. ROSS.--On April 20, at her daughter's (Mrs. W. D. Knox) residence, Holland-street, Fre- mantle, Ellen Ross, aged 52, dearly beloved wife of John Ross, tailor, Geraldton. YOUENS.--On April 13, accidentally killed at Northam, Arthur John Youens, dearly be- loved husband of Clara Youens, of Maylands, late of High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England. English papers please copy. IN MEMORIAN COOPER.-In loving memory of my dear hus- band George Cooper who passed away at East Fremantle. April 21, 1909. At rest. -Inserted by loving wife, Sarah. COOPER.-In memory of my dear father, who died April 21, 1909. -Inserted by E. M. C. HENDERSON. In loving memory of my dear little baby, Joyce Ruby, died April 21, aged four months; also my dear husband, James Robert (Jim), died January 7, 1909, aged 26 years. My loved ones at rest. --Inserted by her loving mother and sister, Lizzie and Faith. BAILLEY.—In affectionate remembrance of my dear friend Fred, who died on April 21, 1903. Not to be forgotten by his sorrowing friend, Marie Renaud. MARTYR.—In sad and loving memory of my dear fond mother, Mrs. Caroline Martyr, member of Royal Academy of Music, London, and widow of the late Dr. T. W. L. Martyr, M.R.C.S., England, who was called home April 1, 1904 : also, our little Cyril, who pasted away December 19, 1903: and darling little Hebe, on October 23, 1908. Gone home with grandma. Let the circle be unbroken by and bye. -Inserted by her loving daughter, Mrs. A. Heiden, Maylands. NELSON.—In loving memory of dear little Alex, who passed away at Perth on the 21st April, 1909, in his 12th month. Dear is the grave where my sweet baby is laid. Dear is the memory that never shall fade; Sweet is the hope that again we shal meet, Kneeling together at Jesus' feet. -Inserted by his loving mother, A. Nelson. WILLIAMS.—In sad memory of my dear aunt, who depared this life, April 21, 1909, aged 78 years. If I had been there in that hour of death, To have caught the last sigh of her parting breath; The last faint whisper I might have beard, And breathed in her ear the parting word. -Inserted by her sorrowful niece Agnes Blacker. Victorian papers please copy. BEREAVEMENT NOTICES. Mr. William Findlay and Family, of West Lee derville, desire to sincerely THANK all friends who, by letter, telegram, verbally, and many besutiful wreaths expressed such kindly sympathy in their sorrow and be- reavement. Mrs. Youens and Family wish to THANK their friends especially Mrs. Stuchberry and Mr. and Mrs. John, for their kind letters and telegrams of sympathy, and floral tributes in their recent bereavement. FUNERAL NOTICES. ROSS.—The Friends of Mr. John Ross, of Ger- aldton, are respectfuly invited to follow the remains of his late beloved wife, Ellen, to the place of interment, the Church of England portion of the Fremantle Cemetery. The Funeral is appointed to leave the resi dence of his son-in-law, Mr. W. B. Knox, Holland-street, East Fremantle, THIS (Thursday) AFTERNOON, the 21st inst., at 4 o'clock. ARTHUR E. DAVIES and CO., Under- takers, Market-street, Fremantle. Tel. 225. WHITTLE.—The Friends of the late Mr. Alfred Ernest Whittle, late telephone line inspector, CommonweIalth Degartment, Perth, are re- spectfully invited to follow hia remains to the place of interment, the Anglican portion of the Karrakatta Cemetery. The Funeral is
appointed to leave Mr. Donald J. Chipper's Private Mortuary 44 Hay-street, Perth, at 3 o'clock THIS (Thursday) AFTERNOON, per road. Friends wishing to attend the Fune- ral may proceed by the 3.30 o'clock train from Perth. DONALD J. CHIPPER, Funeral Direc- tor. 844 Hay-street, Perth, and at Adelaide-street, Fremantle. Telephone WRIGHTSON.—The Friends of the late Mr. John George Wrightson, of Fremantle Harbour Trust, are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Church of England portion of the Fremantle Cemetery. The Funeral is appointed to leave his late residence, 28 East-street, East Fre- mantle, TO-MORROW (Friday) AFTERNOON, the 22nd ints., at 3.30. ARTHUR E. DAVIES and CO., Under- takers, Market-treet, Fremantle. Tel. 225.