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B1RTBRL, E AB STA&GS, AND DEATHS. BIRTHS and DEATHS, -s. 6d.; MARRIAGES, Is. each; IN ESEMORIAM 6Notites, 2s. 6d.; Poetry, Sd. per line extra. rIn.order to guard against impositiqn, notices of Births, Marriages, and Deaths must bo authenticated by some respectable person to ensure insertion 1 BIRTHS. ANDERSON.-On February 13, at Bothwick, Crawford-road, Maylands, the wife of H. Anderson-a daughter. Both well. JOHNSON.-On February 15. at Lochiel, 57 Fitz gerald-street, North Perth, to Mr. and Mrs. A. Johnson-a son. PEARSON.-On February 12, at Marrinup Mills, the wife of A. H. Pearson-a son. Both well. SARTORI.-On February 12, at Nurse Gunst's, Bunbury, the wife of G. Sartori, of Happy Valley-a daughter. Both well. SELLER.-On February 8, at their residence, 151 Brisbane-street, the wife of Mr. Thomas Seller, of a son. DEATH. BUXTON.-On February 14, 1911, at the Chil dren's Hospital, Thomas-street, Perth, Nor man Edwin, the dearly beloved infant son of William and Annie Buxton, of 232 Lake street, aged :ix months. L. BiasiO±EaA.s BACK.-In sad and loving memory of my dear hu=band and our dear father, Edward G. Back, who departed this life on February 15. 1909, in his Ihth year. He has gone, and still we miss him, And there stands the empty chair; But not the loving, smiling face Of him who once sat there. -Inserted by his loving wife, Winnie, and children. DAVEY.-In memory of Eva Grace Davey, died February 13. 1903. Ever remembered. -Inserted by her friend, A. S. Sharman, Cool gardie. LAWS.--In loving memory of our dear father, who died at Tork February 16, 1897. Gone, but not forgotten. -Inserted by his loving chcildren, Jack, Aggie, Lucy, and Artie. RILET.--In sad but loving memory of onrdear I mother and grandmother, who died February 16. 1909. You lore your pain so patiently, Your heart it was so brave; 'Tie sad to think you now are lying In the cold and silent grave. B.I.P. --Ineerted by her daughter,'son-in-law, and grandchildren, B. I and N. Daly. SHEAIR.--In sad but loving memory "of my dear mother-in-law, and also our dear grand imother, tane chearn, woo passed away at North Fremantle on February 16i, 1910, aged 74 years. Our dear one's gone, but not forgotten, Never shall her memory fade; And our thoughts will always linger, Around our dear one's lonely grave., Geone, but not forgotten. -Ineerted by her loving son-in-law, Thomas Purey and grandchildren. UN'L~E,AL NOTICES. BACK.-The Friends of the late Mr. William Back, forwardmg agent, late of MI James Back, Fremantle, are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment,: the Anglican portion of the Fremantle Ceme terv The Funeral is appointed to leave the residence of Mir. James Back, O Essex-street, Fremantle. at 3.30 o'clock TIS (Thiursday) AFTEIRNOON. DON.I.I) .1. CHIPPER, Funeral Director, idec!ide-street, Fremantle. Ttl. 438. NEW SWAN LODGE. 4406, MA.NCHE-TER UNITY I.O. ODDFELLOWS. BACK.--The Members of the above Lodge are re Iuested to attend the Funeral of our late Bro. Winm. Back. of the Loyal York Lodge. MSembers will meet in the Lodgeroom at 3.15 o'clock THIS (Thursday) AFTERNOON. H. A. HERBERT, Secretary. BUXTON.-The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Buxton are respectfully invited to follow the remains of their dearly beloved son, Norman Edwin, to the place of interment, the raJvation Army Cemetery, Karrakatta. The Funeral is appointed to leave his resi denc, 2132 Lake-street, Perth. at 2.45 o'clock THllS (Thursday) AFTERNOON. per road. Friendswishing' to attend the Funeral may proceed by tlie 330 p.m. train lhaving Perth. C. H. . SMITH and CO., Undertakers, 281 Newcastle-street. Perth. Tel.123 I. PUGH.-The Friends of the late Mr. David Pugh of 72 routh-street Fremantle, are re?pectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Anglican portion of the Fremantle.Cemetery. The Funeral is appomted to leave his late residence, 72 onuth-street, Fremantle, at 3 o'clock THIS (Thursday) AFTER.IOON. DONALD J. CHIPPER. Funeral Director, Adelaide-street. Fremantle. Tel. 4~8. COURT ROBIN HOOD, No. 7990. ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS, FRE MANTLE. PUGH.-The Members of the above Court and of the Order are respectfully requested to attend the Funeral of our late Brother, Past Chief Ranger, Bro. David Pugh, THIS (Thursdayt AFTERNOON. The Funeral is appointed to leave his late residence,1 72 .-uth-street. Freinantle. at 3 o'lolck p.m..lfor the Anglican, portion of the Frmas.tle Ceme. tery. By order. E. RUDDEHRHAM, C.R. C E, FORDHA_, Secretarv. RTAN.-The Friends of the late Miss Kate Ryan, late of Beaufort-street, and formerly of New South Wales, are respectfully invited to fol low h-r remains to the place of interment, the Roman Catholic Cemetery Karrakata. The Funeral is appointed to leave Messrs. Rowra and O'Dea s Private Mortuary, 195 Pier-street, Perth, at 9.30 o'clock THLI (Thursday) MORNING, per road.. Friends wishing to attend the Funeral may proceed by the 10.30 a'clock train leaving Perth. BOW~Rl and O'DEA, Undertakers, 195 Pier-street, Perth. Tel. 308.