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Family Notices

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ENGAGEMENTS

Thc encasement and forthcoming mar

ristre is announced of Christine Muriel Roberts, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs T P Roberts, Portland, Victoria, to Mr Rex Salter, second son' of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Salter, 18 Forest Rd., Hobart The marriage will take place at St John's Presbyterian Church, at 3 i) m. on November 12, 1949.

Mr and Mrs. Eric F. Shennan, Elphin

Rd Launceston, wish to announce the engagement of their daughter, Lor- raine Letitia, to Charles John Gelhon, *on of Colonel and Mrs. C. R. M. Cox, Oldina, via Wynyard, Tasmania.

Mr and Mrs. A. W. Thompson, 12 Park

SI Wynyard, wish to announce the engagement of their daughter, Mar- garet, to Walter Frederick, only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Williams, 15 Fraser St., New Town, Hobart._ *~ BIRTHS

AMOS.-On October 31, 1949, at Queen

Alexandra Hospital, to Pat and Colin: a son (Gregory Colin).

BELL -To wife of Cohn, at Queen Alex-

andra Hospital, on October 31, 1949: a daughter. . T, , BENNETT (nee Bower).-At the Royal

Hobart Hospital, on October 29, 1949, to Zoe and Alb: a son (Mark Ivan).

BOWERMAN.-On October 22, 1949, at

the Queen Alexandra Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Julian Bowerman, Belmont: a son (Oliver Rupert).

FOWLER (nee Campbell).-On October

31, 1949, at Calvary Hospital, to Bar-

bara and John: a son.

HOLMES.-On October 29, 1949, at Cal-

vary Hospita], to Pauline and Keith: a daughter (Lynette Carroll).

LANE.-On October 29, 1949, at Royal

Hobart Hospital, to Daphne, wife of Ray: a son (Raymond Terrance).

$MITH.-On October 3D, 1949, at Queen

Alexandra Hospital, to Elva and Clyde: a son (Gary Clyde Harold). ' MARRIAGE

FAWNS-FIRTH.-On October 20, 1949,

at Trinity Church, Camberwell, Mel- bourne, Felix Alexander, youngest eon of Rev. Cecil Fawns, formerly Rector of ALI Saints', Hobart, to Marjorie, younger daughter of Arthur Brooks, of Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia, late of Hcnley-on-Thames, England._

SILVER WEDDING

Mr. and Mrs. Eric E. Crawford, 8 Thirza

St., New Town, wish to announce the 25th anniversary of their marriage, solemnised at Holy Trinity Church, by Rev. D. B. Blackwood, on November 1, 1924._

GOLDEN WEDDING

HARRIS-JONES.-Mr. and Mrs. R. W.

F. Harris announce with pleasure thc 50th anniversary of their marriage al St. John's Church. Launceston, by the Rev. A. Beresford, on November 1, 1839. Present address, 29 Napoleon St., Battery Point, Hobart.

DEATHS

CRABTREE.-On October 31, 1949, sud-

denly, at Royal Hobart Hospital, Johr Alexander, beloved husband of Dori; Crabtree, beloved son of the late Mr, and Mrs. Crabtree, Railton, and lovec .and loving brother of Jennie (Devon- port), George (Railton), Vera (Mrs Nichols, Hobart), and Ada (Mrs Richards, Devonport), aged 48 years Requiescat in pace.

DEVINE.-On October 31, 1949, at hei

residence, 7 Tilyard St., Glenorchy Edna May, dearly beloved wife of Wil- liam Edward Devine, loving mother o: Dorothy, and loved daughter of Mr and Mrs. C. Page, Granton, aged 21 years. Requiescat in pace.

FORBES.-On October 31, 1949, at th<

General Hospital, Launceston. Mary A Forbes, dearly beloved wife of Charle; Albert Forbes, ol' 5 Mangin St., MOW' bray Heights, and loving mother o Emmie (Mrs. F. Abrahams, Newnham) Ethel (Mrs. H. Higgins, Mt. Lloyd) Jean (MTS. P. Jacques. Rosetta) Helen (Mrs. J. Jones, Moonah), Essl (Mrs. A. K. Lane.. Taroona), Merel (Mrs. E. Brill, Launceston), and Ray mond, aged 60 years.

FORBES.-On October 3'1, 1949, at the

Launceston General Hospital, Mary A. Forbes, dearly loved daughter of Sarah and the late Thomas Floyd, of Cygnet, and loved sister of Lizzie (Mrs. De Forrest), Thomas (deceased) Charles, Alice (Mrs. S. Robertson) Melvie (Mrs. H. Forbes). Maggie (Mrs Dupas), Edward, Albert, Herbert, Wil liam, and Arthur (deceased), aged 60

years.

GEORGE.-On October 30, 1949, a

Launceston, after long illness, John clearly loved father of Clyde, Edna Enid, Geoffrey, Raymond, Elvie, an

Lloyd.

GIBBENS.-On October 31, 1949, at i

private, hospital, Hobart, Alma Maud Gibbens, of Penguin, N.W. Coast, be loved fifth daughter of the late Wil liam David and Elizabeth Gibbens, ii her 60th year.

HARVEY.-On October 30, 1949, sud

denly, at the Royal Hobart Hospita: Robert Charles, the beloved husban of the late Emily Harvey, in the 66t: year of his age. (Late 12th Battalior 1st A.I.F.) A member of the Water side Workers' Federation, Hobar Branch. Funeral notice will a-ppea

later.

CLARK BROS., A.F.D.A.,

WILLIAM J. CLARK, Funeral Directw

Phone 6177. 15-17 Argyle St.

KIRWAN.-On October 28, 1949, at Glen

d-a-rra, Kingston Beach, Annie L Touche, daughter of the late J. Wood house Kirwan, I.C.S., and T. M. Kia wan, grand-daughter of the lat George Walter Cartwright, The Grangi Queenborough

MCINTYRE.-Passed peacefully away on

October 31, 1949, at her daughter's residence, 18 Poets Rd., West Hobart, Ella Isabell, dearly beloved wife of Ernest George McIntyre, of Oatlands, aged 61 years. Peace, perfect peace.

MCINTYRE.-Passed to higher life on

October 31, 1949, at her daughter's residence, 18 Poets Rd., West Hobart, Ella Isabell, dearly loved and devoted mother of Gwen (Mrs. Hook), Colin and Ray Hill, aged 61 years. In God's

care.

MCINTYRE.-Passed peacefully away on

October 31, 1949, at the residence of her daughter, Gwen (Mrs. Hook),   Poets Rd., West Hobart, Ella Isabell, dearly loved and loving sister of Albert and Bert Burrill, of Oatlands, and Elvie (Mrs. G. W. Bailey, Hobart), aged 61 years. At rest.

MILLER.-On October 31, 1949, at h<

residence. No. 30 Lord St., Sandy Ba Emma, beloved wife of the late A bert F. Miller, loved mother of Lillia (Mrs. F. A. Miller), and loved sisti pf Mr. Samuel Smith, of Queenstow; in the 83rd year of her age.

TIDDY.-On October 30, 1949, at tl

Royal Hobart Hospital, Trevor Frai eis, the dearly loved youngest son i Percy and Glory Tiddy, of Phillip SI _ Queenstown, aged 4 years._

FUNERAL NOTICE

BAHR.-Friends of the late Mr. Charl

H. (Harry) Bahr are respectfully ii rited to attend his funeral, whii will move from his residence, ! Hampden Rd., on Tuesday (Th Day), at ll a.m., arriving at C» nellan Bay cemetery at 11.20.

CLARK BROS., A.F.D.A..

WILLIAM J. CLARK, Funeral Directo Phone 6177. 15-17 Argyle St.

FUNERAL NOTICES ,

COX.-Friends of the late Mrs. Jessie

Florence Cox are respectfully invited to attend her funeral, which will move from her residence, 59 Patrick St., on Tuesday (This Day), at 10.45 a.m., for Cornelian Bay cemetery.

HOOPER & BURGESS, A.F.D.A..

Phone 6107. 195 Elizabeth St.

CRABTREE.-Friends of the late Mr.

John Alexander Crabtree, late of Union St., are respectfully Invited to attend his funeral, which will move from our parlours on Tuesday (This Day), at 3.40 p.m., for' Cornelian Bay

cemetery.

HOOPER & BURGESS, A.F.D.A.,

Phone 6107. 195 Elizabeth St.

DEVINE.-Friends of the late Mrs. Edna

May Devine are respectfully Invited to attend her funeral, which will move from her residence," 7 'Tllyard St., Glenorchy, on Tuesday (This Day), at 2.15 p.m., for Cornelian Bay cemetery. HOOPER & BURGESS, A.F.D.A.,

Phone 6107. 195 Elizabeth St.

FORBES.-The funeral of the late Mrs.

M. A. Forbes is appointed to leave the funeral parlours, 116 St. John St., This Day (Tuesday), at 2.30 p.m., for interment in the Carr Villa ceme- tery. Friends are invited to attend. ARMITAGE & ARMITAGE, A.F.D.A.,

116 St. John St.. Launceston.

GIBBENS.-Friends of th« late Miss

Alma M. Gibbens are respectfully in- vited to attend her funeral, which will move from her late residence, Main St., Penguin, N.W. Coast, on Wednesday (Tomorrow), at 3.H5 p.m., for the Penguin cemetery.

CLARK BROS., A.F.D.A.,

WILLIAM J. CLARK, Funeral Director,

Phone 6177. 15-17 Argyle St.

MILLER.-Funeral of the late Mrs.

Emma Miller will arrive at Cornelian Bay cemetery on Wednesday (Tomor- row), at 10.20 a.m.

CLARK BROS., A.F.D.A.,

WILLIAM J. CLARK, Funeral Director,

Phone 6177. 15-17 Argyle St.

TIDDY.-Funeral of the late Master

Trevor F. Tiddy will move from the funeral chapel of the undersigned on Wednesday (Tomorrow), at 9.30 a.m., for Cornelian Bay cemetery.

CLARK BROS., A.F.D.A.,

WILLIAM J. CLARK, Funeral Director,

Phone 6177._15-17 Argyle St.

CREMATION

MCINTYRE.-Friends of the late Mrs

Ella Isabell McIntyre, late of Oatlands, are respectfully invited to attend her funeral, which will move from her daughter's residence, 18 Poets Rd., West Hobart, on Wednesday (Tomor- row), at 11 a.m., arriving Crema- torium Chapel, Cornelian Bay, at 11.20 a.m.  

HOOPER & BURGESS, A.F.D.A.,

Phone 6107. 195 Elizabeth St.

IN MEMORIAM

CLAY.-In loving memory of my dea

husband and our father, who was ac cidentally killed on November 1, 1943. Not just today, but always, we remem

ber.

Inserted by his loving wife and family GRAHAM.-In loving memory of ou

dear sister-in-law, Sylvia, who passe away October 31, 1947.

To have you here in the same old wa Would be our d.earest wish today.

Inserted by Pearl and Alan Gilber

and family.

GROOMBRIDGE.--In loving memory c

my ia i'll er and our grandfathe: Albert E. Groombridge, who passe away on November 1, 1948.

God must have a lovely garden,

He always picks the best,

He picked His nicest flower

When He took our dad t'o rest.

Inserted by his daughter and grane sons, Bill and Laurie.

HOPWOOD.-In loving memory of rr

dear mother, Rebecca, who passe peacefully away November 1, 1931. A leaf in the book of memory Is gently turned ea>ch year,

And the hearts that don't forget' you Are the ones who lov¡ed you best.

Inserted by her daughter, Becky, ar son-in-law, Jim, and Leo.

HOPWOOD.-In loving memory of oi

dear grandmother.

In our hearts memories of you we

never forget.

Inserted by her grandchildren, Sylvi Ruby, Jimmy, Freddy.

LEWIS (Taylor).-In loving memory

our darling daughter, Una, who passi away November 1, 1948.

Deep in our hearts a memory is kept Of our daughter we loved and will nev

forget.

Inserted by her loving father ai mother, C. and I. Taylor.

MACKENZIE.-In ever loving memory

our dear mother, Harriett, who pass* away at Bellerive on October 31, 194 Past the dawti of that sad evening,

And in the gleam of the sun tha-t hi

set,

You left us a beautiful memory

Of a dear mother we will never forg( Sheltered by the Rock of Ages,

Anchored safe on ¿he golden shore, Where t/here is no pain or sorrow,

Rest, sweet rest, for ever more.

Inserted by her loving son, Hugl (R.A.N.), daughter, Maud, and son-i law, Ken, Butlers Gorge.

MILLAGE.-In loving memory of I

dear wife and my dear mother, Mi who passed away November 1, 1947.

Always remembered.

Inserted by her loving husband, Pet

and son, Bruce.

MILLAGE.-In loving memory . of de

daughter, May, who passed away K

vembcr 1. 1947.

As you rest in peaceful sleep,

Your memory we will always keep.

Inserted by her loving mother a father, brother, and Nancy, Betty, a

Pam.

OWEN.-In loving memory of my dt

husband and our father, Bert, w passed away on November 1, 1948. God alone knows how I miss you. As I journey on alone.

Inserted by his loving wife and fa «y.

WOOLLEY.-In sad and loving mem<

of our dear brother, Carl, who pa ed away October 31, 1948.

In God's garden he is sleeping,

Sheltered'from all care and pain,

Tears of love will never wake him,

God bless him till we meet again.

Inserted by his loving sisters, Ri and Mavis, brothers-in-law, Trevor a Vern, nieces and nephews, Huonville.

BEREAVEMENT NOTICES

Mr. Seton Brock and family, of Cc brook, wish to convey to all kind friei and relations their heartfelt thai for the floral tributes, telegrams, cai letters and personal expressions of sy pathy in their recent sad bereavemt also the nursing staff of Royal Hob Hospital (Women's Medical). Will < and all please accept this as a to] of their deepest gratitude.

The family of the late Mrs. M.

Cashin wish to thank all kind Trie: and relatives for their expressions sympathy in their recent sad berea ment. Will all please accept this as expression! of their deepest gratitud-e.

Mrs. Harold D. Gridley, Janet, ¡ Philip, sincerely thank friends and la-tives for their expressions of sympa and kindness in their recent berea ment. Will all please accept this a token of their heartfelt gratitude.

Misses R. and J. Grierson, Fair View, Forcett, wish to sincerely thank all kind friends and relatives for cards, letters, telegrams, beautiful floral tributes, and personal expressions of sympathy in

their recent sad bereavement. Will

all please accept this as an expression of

deepest gratitude.

Mr. H. Hird and family wish to th all relatives and friends for fli tributes, telegrams, cards, letters,

personal expressions of sympathy

their recent sad bereavement, especi Mrs. Imms, Mrs. Southorn, Mrs. Bir Mrs. Paul, and Mrs. Brown; also

Hooper for funeral arrangements. ' I one and all please take this as a to

oí their deepest gratitude.

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